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- May 7, 2011
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Changes in bold. I'll have to say that the natures of some of your pokes are pretty awkward.Ok, here goes...
any other move like Focus blast or Recover
outrage(any move will do honestly)
Roar of Time
I know...Changes in bold. I'll have to say that the natures of some of your pokes are pretty awkward.
if you are battling against a human, you can fire of one draco meteor to obliterate any physical wall and then finish it of with a physical attack. A mixed attacker, you see.I know...
The nature's *are* awkward. But...however, the nature's are not that bad and neither are the stats for my pokemon.
Thanks for the movesets! Those were what I was looking for.
My mewtwo is about 3 levels away from learning recover in White and I will teach mewtwo those moves as soon as possible and that I am able to teach it those moves when I can find them in the game, or the type time time that I play White in my spare time. Draco Meteor shoiuld be discarded on Zekrom mnost definitely, also, as that was not a wise decision to get rid of dragon claw for it now that I look back on that, even though draco meteor should only be used on other dragon types for only one time and should never really be used in a heated battled with other trainers on infared or you can try to use it but you woud need to switch out directly after using draco meteor.
Draco meteor on Jirachi is completely pointless. And as for that advice, I'm saying the same thing. On seeing Zekrom, a human player will bring in something like Groudon with high defense and low spdef to counter it. A draco meteor will take chunk out of the wall's health while a physical attack finishes them off.I have draco meteor on my Jirachi for just that reason. Walls are common in pokemon, and if you don't battle wisely, it could cost you the match.
I don't think draco metoer is useful on Any Jirachi outside a specs Jirachi.Jirachi's draco meteor works well for in-game stuff only. The pokemon in the games out for the DS now are no problem for a Jirachi that has draco meteor. In facing a real life trainer, you can do a lot better than having 1 non stabbed move like draco meteor, but i did get the jirachi from an event and I know what moves it can learn now in Gen V.
Yo buddy, I remember rating this team back in the past.uhh my current team: (all will soon be lvl 100)
Serepoir: Leaf blade, arieal ace, return, coil
Seismitoad: hydropump, earthquake, surf, drain punch
Volcarona: quiver dance, bug buzz, flamethrower, pyhsic
Gigalith: earthquake, rock slide, stealth rock and ???
Zekrom: fusion bolt, zen headbutt, slash, dragon claw
okay the hard part, I have three options, either, lucario, Zorark or Jirachi (tranfer event from HG/SS [draco metor] ) which one do I choose? and what moves?
Firstly,what league said.Hey all, I'm trying to find a good, tournament-level team, as I *hope* to be heading to NYC next fall, if not then the following NYAC/NYCC. Point is, I'm really wanting to get a good team.
I'm willing to trade Hoenn Pokes over once I get there, so that's what I'm wanting to play with. Loving Espeon, but I know she might not be the best ideal for a Psychic.
I'm aware there's no "perfect" team, I just want sumthin' I can play with & get somewhere in the NYC tournaments if there are any by the time I might go. & I train Pokes best while playing through the game, so I'm hoping I can fit the best ones in that way.
Don't care at ALL for: Sinnoh, Unova.
I'd rather not use the newer regions' Pokes as I'm mad at certain changes to the anime, & these Pokemon remind me too much of it.
Johto & Hoenn are my absolute faves, & I'd also appreciate help with movesets if possible too.
Also, if game "rares" can be avoided (the starters, etc), that'd be perfect. I like playing as a "trainer-self" that'd use the team if in a comic based on the anime, but if their needed for the team, then that's more than fine just the same.
I'd just be thrilled if I could get some help on this. Please?? ^-^
Thanks in advance! =D
P.S.~ Just keep general tournament rules in mind when doing this if you do. Like no legendaries, etc.... =)
Kudos to you for this awesome team.Soulsilver:
lucky egg (for training, normally magnet)
lucky egg (for training, normally metal coat)