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DPPt/HGSS Help with my team

Discussion in 'The Doctor's Clinic' started by davedude17, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. hey everyone, I thought i had a pretty strong team but i find myself getting beat alot by others on wifi. i'll list my team and theyre moves. i appreciate any advice you guys are willing to give

    Salamence(blackglasses) Flareon(quickclaw)
    fly Flamethrower
    dragon claw dig
    crunch body slam
    steel wing bite

    Starmie(twisted Spoon) Jolteon(leftovers)
    surf thunderbolt
    thunderbolt double kick
    psychic secret power
    icebeam shadow ball

    Victribel(miracleseed) Heracross (blackbelt)
    Magical leaf megahorn
    Sunny day brickbreak
    Slugebomb earthquake
    Solarbeam rockslide
     
  2. Salamence:
    Dragon Claw
    Arial Ace
    Dragon Dance
    Crunch

    Flareon
    Iron Tail
    Fire Fang
    Body Slam
    Dig

    Starmie is fine

    Jolteon
    Thunderbolt
    Baton Pass
    Agility
    Shadow Ball

    Victreebel
    Giga Drain
    Sunny Day
    Synthesis
    Toxic
    I would just Huck it for Roserade =/

    Heracross is fine

    Thats my two cents, but as I mentioned... I cant think of much for Victreebel =/
     
  3. I would Replace Salamence`s Steel wing with a move called Draco Metetor or something like that. Its powerful (140) Its accuracy is 90.But It lowers Sp. Attack sharply. I bleive its found on Route 210 in a house.
     


  4. I'm going to have to disagree with that. If you're in the middle of a competitive battle, you won't want your pokemon to become weaker!

    Anyways, you might want to try something like this for your Salamence.

    Salamence:
    Dragon Claw / Dragon Pulse
    Earthquake
    Stone Edge / Flamethrower
    Dragon Dance

    I know that it's not sounding that amazing, but it does help you with those pesky ice-types.

     
  5. It's probably just me, but I'd have to say that your team would work better with different items, whatever changes you make.

    The little "slightly boosts ____ moves" items really don't make a significant enough difference for it to be worthwhile. I'm a big fan of berries, myself. Slap on a few Liechi/Salac/whathaveyou berries, get a free stat boost. Or you could try for a Persim/Outrage or possibly Thrash or Chesto/Rest thing.

    I also wouldn't recommend Leftovers for Jolteon. Its base HP isn't really astounding, and it's too frail for the recovery to make a big difference. You'd probably have better luck with a Shell Bell, if you're set on HP gain.
     
  6. what about the Pokemon themselves, should i switch them for other pokemon, i was thinking of switching heracross with tryanatar and victribel for roserade
     
  7. Carmen Lopez

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    Tyrannitar is a good Pokemon but I think your Heracross is fine the way you have it. Victreebel has higher HP, Attack, and Defense whereas Roserade has better Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed so they're equally good. It just depends on the moves you want to teach them. If you want a grass type with a lot of Special grass type attacks go with Roserade.
     

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