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DPPt/HGSS Would you give suggestions to my team, please?

Discussion in 'The Doctor's Clinic' started by Octillery, Jun 14, 2007.



  1. I am aware that my team is almost completely water type Pokémon. However, together they can reach quite a few other types effectively.

    Octillery;
    Ability : Sniper
    Surf
    Signal Beam ( For those Psychic-Types )
    Focus Energy ( Instead of Thunder Wave, to compliment Sniper )
    Flamethrower

    Ludicolo;
    Ability : Rain Dish
    Dive
    Leech Seed
    Toxic
    Rain Dance

    Seviper;
    Ability : Shed Skin
    Poison Tail
    Earthquake
    Glare
    Flamethrower

    Gyarados;
    Ability : Intimidate
    Surf
    Hidden Power [ Flying ]
    Dragon Dance
    Hyper Beam

    Kingler;
    Surf
    Hidden Power [ Ground ]
    Swords Dance
    Knock Off

    Steelix
    Earthquake
    Iron Tail
    Toxic
    Rock Slide

    I MAY SWITCH STEELIX WITH FORRETRESS AND LUDICOLO WITH CRADILY DO TO LACK OF BEING ABLE TO OBTAIN THEM.

    Forretress;
    Earthquake
    Hidden Power [ Bug ]
    Toxic Spikes
    Rapid Spin

    Cradily;
    Rock Slide
    Giga Drain
    Recover
    Toxic



    I'd really enjoy comments and suggestions on my team.
    Thank you! ~

     
    #1 Octillery, Jun 14, 2007
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 27, 2014
  2. Curtis

    Curtis Guest

    Replace either Gyarados or Kinglers surf with Ludicolos dive and teach Ludicolo a better attack move. Other than that its a pretty good team.
     


  3. Ludicolo is supposed to know Dive.
    The strategy is to use Rain Dance to activate his Rain Dish effect.
    Then use Leech Seed, Followed by toxic. Therefore, he'll gain quite an amount of HP each turn, while also chipping away at the foe.
    And, finally, Dive to avoid being attacked while also being able to deal damage.

     
  4. Curtis

    Curtis Guest

    Oh, I never cosidered that before...its a great combination of moves to.
     
  5. give ludicolo leftovers. that'll make the amount gained around 1/5, 1/4 max hp.
     
  6. I'll definatly do that. I might be visiting one of my friends soon, and I'm determined to see how well she'll do against my team. She's fairly good, too.
    Just a little obsessive with her Poison-types.
     
  7. What happened to Octillery's signiture move, Octazooka?

    I would keep that for the sake of it being...well...HIS!
     
  8. Carmen Lopez

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    To be fair, the Horsea line can use it too.

    I've learned that just because it's the Pokemon's signature move doesn't mean it can use it well. (Sceptile and Leaf Blade. And with an accuracy of 85 there are much better water moves for Octillery. Like Water Pulse and Surf.
     
  9. I agree completely with this. Just because a Pokemon has a "Signature Move", it doesn't mean that the move will the their ultimate. Octazooka may, however, have the good advantage of lowering your opponents accuracy, but what good is that if the move itself is innacurate?
    Double team would be a better choice. Unless you're replacing it with an attacking move, then, again, Surf, Water Pulse, Hydro Pump, even.
    Although, Hydro Pump would bring back the innacuracy.
     

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