I'm definitely going to test out slaking. But since i do have a lopunny on my X that i've transferred from my Pokemon Platinum, I'll probably breed it for a buneary and raise it then. Keep in mind I'm not looking legendaries except for Latias and this is for in-game only not competitive battling. Using a move that matches the Contest's theme will build audience excitement, which is tracked via a star meter. Nightslash or Play Rough will be for coverage, or if you encounter a ghost type that Giga Impact cannot hit. Otherwise Garnevior is a good substitute for something to attain earlier on in the game Milotic Again probably one of the hardest pokemon to attain in the game, but an absolute gun.
It's slow, has a shallow movepool and has two 4x weaknesses. This is my team Swampert Gardavoir Camurupt Aggron Salamance Breloom This to me would be the ideal team, also if you are wondering why I chosse Breloom, it's because Breloom is a grass and fighting type. It is weak only to dragon and ice type attacks. Helps with Brawly, one of the few gyms that can give Mudkip some trouble. It synergises well with Swampert as it completely walls any Grass types that could threaten it.
Walrein-water and ice is resistant to several types, also is a generally powerful Pokemon with a strong learnset. I was wondering if this team would be good? Magcargo is a terrible Pokemon. But since i do have a lopunny on my X that i've transferred from my Pokemon Platinum, I'll probably breed it for a buneary and raise it then. Neither have any type advantages, and are only weak to the fighting type. I'm not bothering with natures too much, let alone ivs or whatever it's called Swampert - holding Swampertite with the moves: -Surf -Earthquake -Ice beam -Rock Slide Magcargo - holding heat rock with the moves: -earth power -overheat -amnesia -Sunny day Magnezone holding metal coat with the moves: -zap cannon -flash cannon -magnet rise -Signal beam Xatu holding left overs with the moves: -psychic -dazzling gleam -air slash -ominous wind I also might need some help with filling up the last two slots in my team if i'm going with the four above Pokemon. Take your time exploring every nook and cranny on the routes between towns. Great for the final turn of the Talent Round.
It synergises well with Swampert as it completely walls any Grass types that could threaten it. Furthermore, X and Y's addition of Fairy types finally gives players a more reliable way to shut down powerful Dragon Pokémon. Gardevoir is useful due to its wide movepool and psychic being an inherently strong typing. It is the most balanced of the three. An alternative could be Alakazam, although it is significantly more difficult to obtain and trades bulk for hitting power, so it will be knocked out faster but can knock out other Pokemon faster.
But it hits like a truck with fighting moves, gets access to great status moves and abilities, and you face so many water types that it will kill some things with grass moves. But the logic behind other matchups - Dark types being weak to Bug, for instance - isn't always so transparent. And while they're also great for dealing with Dark and Fighting types, Fairy's outright immunity to Dragon attacks provides a tremendous advantage against stuff like Outrage-spamming Haxorus and Garchomp. Once you've captured the monster, you can set the DexNav to home in on it so you can catch it as many times as you want. Camerupt is the strongest fire type in tissue generation non legendary Raichu-so much better than manectric and very strong attack. Team Magma and Team Aqua are seeking Groudon and Kygogre respectively; and depending on which version you choose, you will have a chance to catch one of these legendary monsters.
If you reach five stars, you will be rewarded with a large number of points and a special animation. I wouldn't recommend Slaking as Truant means that you'll have to constantly hit and run with it. This is very useful for getting a monster with the right personality. If you want to use legendaries, I'd go with Heatran as a Fire type. The first part of a contest is the Appeal Round.
Generally speaking, you're going to want to focus on boosting two or three stat categories for any given Pokémon. You can catch a high level Lairon on victory road and pre much e My best team and the best team possible given the Pokemon available is: Rayquazza Walrein Kyroge Salamence Cradily Latias All Lv 100 The secret is to select Pokemon with multiple types so you can cover all opponents. If this helps this would be the ideal team with the other starters. For that reason, I'd suggest keeping a copy of the chart handy until you've internalized the ups and downs of every type. It's slow, has a shallow movepool and has two 4x weaknesses. If you think you have the best Pokemon team already, list it below and see what everyone else thinks of it.
While the story is consistent in both, the enemies are different, with Omega Ruby featuring the fire-focused Team Magma and Alpha Sapphire featuring the water-focused Team Aqua. You can enhance your monster's appeal by feeding it Pokeblocks, which are mixed from berries found throughout the world. Picking Torchic will make the first gym leader, who uses Rock-type monsters, somewhat more difficult, but will allow you to blitz the Elite 4 and the Champion with relative ease much later. From there i will keep catching zigzagoons with pickup and a taillow. What was the best pokemon team you ever made? Im also planing on doing a Pokemon walkthrough in the next few months, try to check me out. Maybe a Fighting or Grass type for the last one? Since zigzagoon is such a versatile pokemon i'll make all of them different. Rhydon-good attack and defence stats, and has the best learnset of all rock types in Sapphire.