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Old 10-22-2010, 02:34 AM
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Default Re: HGSS Discussion/Question & Answer Thread

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Originally Posted by Doodlebop View Post
Allrighty, I need some help here.

For my team, I believe I have a Typhlosion, a Pidgeot, a Gyarados, A Electrode/Voltorb (the evolved form- can't keep them straight), and a Togitic. I'm about to challenge the Elite Four. But I was wondering: for my sixth party member, should I have a Dragon-type, or a Grass-type? Thanks in advance. :)
Is... the Gyrados... RED...

But lets look at the competition and I'll tell you your best bet off the top of my head.

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Originally Posted by Will - Psychic Pokemon
Xatu – Level 40 (Psychic-Flying) Xatu – Level 40 (Psychic-Flying)
Exeggutor – Level 41 (Grass-Psychic) Exeggutor – Level 41 (Grass-Psychic)
Slowbro – Level 41(Water-Psychic) Slowbro – Level 41(Water-Psychic)
Jynx – Level 41 (Ice-Psychic) Jynx – Level 41 (Ice-Psychic)
Xatu – Level 42 (Psychic -Flying) Xatu – Level 42 (Psychic -Flying)
Electrode, Typhlosion or Pidgeot, Electrode, Typhlosion, Electrode.

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Originally Posted by Koga - Poison Pokemon
Ariados – Level 40 (Bug-Poison) Ariados – Level 40 (Bug-Poison)
Venomoth – Level 41 (Poison-Flying) Venomoth – Level 41 (Poison-Flying)
Forretress – Level 43 (Bug-Steel) Forretress – Level 43 (Bug-Steel)
Muk – Level 42 (Poison) Muk – Level 42 (Poison)
Crobat – Level 44 (Poison – Flying) Crobat – Level 44 (Poison – Flying )
Pidgeot or Typhlosion, Pidgeot or Typhlosion, Typhlosion, ??? (Its poison, do you got Psyhic?), Typhlosion.

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Originally Posted by Bruno - Fighting Pokemon
Hitmontop – Level 42 (Fighting) Hitmontop – Level 42 (Fighting)
Hitmonlee – Level 42 (Fighting) Hitmonlee – Level 42 (Fighting)
Hitmonchan – Level 42 (Fighting) Hitmonchan – Level 42 (Fighting)
Onix –Level 32 (Rock-Ground) Onix –Level 32 (Rock-Ground)
Machamp – Level 46 (Fighting) Machamp – Level 46 (Fighting)
Ok, so Pidgeot to Onix then use Gyrados, finish with Pidgeot.

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Originally Posted by Karen - Dark Pokemon
Umbreon – Level 42 (Dark) Umbreon – Level 42 (Dark)
Vileplume – Level 42 (Poison-Grass) Vileplume – Level 42 (Poison-Grass)
Murkrow – Level 44 (Dark-Flying) Murkrow – Level 44 (Dark-Flying)
Gengar – Level 45 (Ghost-Poison) Gengar – Level 45 (Ghost-Poison)
Houndoom – Level 47 (Dark-Fire) Houndoom – Level 47 (Dark-Fire)
Seeing how you have no fighting pokemon, just make do with Umbreon with something. Take down Vileplume with Typhlosion, Electrode on Murkrow. Struggle your way past Gengar and finish her Houndoom with Gyrados.

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Originally Posted by Champion Lance - Dragon Pokemon
Gyarados – Level 44 (Water-Flying) Gyarados – Level 44 (Water-Flying)
Charizard – Level 46 (Fire-Flying) Charizard – Level 46 (Fire-Flying)
Aerodactyl – Level 46 (Rock-Flying) Aerodactyl – Level 47 (Rock-Flying)
Dragonite – Level 47 (Dragon-Flying ) Dragonite – Level 47 (Dragon-Flying)
Dragonite – Level 47 (Dragon-Flying ) Dragonite – Level 47 (Dragon-Flying)
Dragonite – Level 50 (Dragon-Flying ) Dragonite – Level 50 (Dragon-Flying)
Electrode, Electrode or Gyrados, Now Aerodactyl has rock in its type so not Electrode.... IDK. Now theres 3 Dragonites... Gyrados with Ice Beam? Some dragon move thats not Rage?

Seems you need a Ice type preferably, since dragons are strong against dragons you'll need much faster, stronger dragons to beat those 3.
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