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Old December 6th, 2011, 04:39 AM
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I was restarting my white game and started with tepig. I am planning on capturing a sewaddle and solosis. I need a ground type for my team..sandile or tympole. I need help between those two because I am trying to use Pokemon I never have used before(And I have already used Drilbur.) And I know it's ingame so it doesn't really matter. XD
And any other suggestions would be great. Thhanks!
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Old December 6th, 2011, 07:22 PM
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So Tepig / Sewaddle / Solosis + three others?

Well tbh, I'd go with Sandile due to having the extra dark typing, to help out your future Emboar which is otherwise weak to psychic (to switch in on, that is) while to cover water and being a ghost (so you can spinblock in case you want to use this in wifi or something), Jellicent (Frillish but yeah).

This would have ground/ghost/water/dark/fighting/fire/grass/bug/psychic covered, though I think maybe Chandelure could be better for you than Emboar, since it can have Flash Fire, absorbing all the fire attacks that Swadloon doesn't really want and for fighting you could have Mienshao, Throh or one of the musketeers (since Scrafty is weak to fighting and you already have Krookodile for dark anyway).

But yeah, those are just my thoughts. You can probably get better feedback/thoughts if you also posted what movesets you're interested in using and we could help you from there. :)
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Old December 11th, 2011, 04:23 PM
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I was restarting my white game and started with tepig. I am planning on capturing a sewaddle and solosis. I need a ground type for my team..sandile or tympole. I need help between those two because I am trying to use Pokemon I never have used before(And I have already used Drilbur.) And I know it's ingame so it doesn't really matter. XD
And any other suggestions would be great. Thhanks!
I agree with Forever, use a Sandile cos I tried one in Black and she was awesome. I recommend getting Moxie if you can and I can suggest an ideal nature for it, since Sandile is Physical-based attacker I'd say Adamant or Naughty.

Sewaddle has a large pool of weaknesses (including that 4x Fire/Flying, ouch!) so I'd say you should try Deerling when you get to Route 6 it gets a great Attack stat as a Sawsbuck. I use one in Black and she was awesome, I recommend a Jolly nature if you want extra Speed or Adamant for extra Attack.

Or you could get a Ferroseed in Chargestone Cave, they take a long time to train though but its Iron Barbs combined with Rocky Helmet make it a great wall plus only 2 weaknesses to worry about.

It's all about Sawsbuck for offensiveness or Ferrothorn for defensiveness.

For a Water-type, I'd recommend Jellicent (you can catch its pre-evo, Frillish after you get Surf) cos it's bulky and a good Special-based attacker too.

Or try Swanna (Ducklett are found on Driftveil Drawbridge) if you need a Flying-type that also covers your Water-type. It learns some good attacks plus it's fast and it's a good HM slave. You could teach it Fly because most people usually have at least a Flying-type to get somewhere with Fly.

Archeops (evolves from Archen) is also a nice Flying-type cos it's strong and can learn Acrobatics.

Solosis is nice but it is hard to train with such low Speed, I guess you could try Elgyem later on, its stats are similar to Solosis but is slightly faster (they still both have low Speed though). If you plan on using either Solosis or Elgyem, I recommend Modest for a Sp. Atk boost or Naive/Timid for more Speed. And I recommend Solosis with Magic Guard.

Solosis/Duosion/Reuniclus and Elgyem/Beheeyem are both very similar stat-wise but it all depends on which one you want to use.
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Old December 13th, 2011, 08:04 AM
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i'd say, go tympole. seismitoads only weakness is grass, but he can learn poison jab to counter it and you have tepig. also, he is very bulky, and learns drain punch to even increase that bulkyness. and his stab surf and earthquake are great.
 
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