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Old January 30th, 2012, 02:19 PM
Onyxpected
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I'm new to this website so hello all!
I'm currently playing Leaf Green again and I have a Charmeleon and a Pikachu, what should I choose for my other 4 pokemon? They don't all have to be the obvious best; they can be fun pokemon not often chosen. Any help is appreciated!
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Old January 30th, 2012, 02:48 PM
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well as you've got an electric and fire type maybe you should aim for variaty?
Sandshrew are quite common in leaf green, they're easy to raise and become quite strong. A strong water type is a must Lapras, Gyarados or poliwrath are all good choices. I also think it's a good idea to pick up hitmonlee or hitmonchan from the dojo. If you can trade an alakazam or gengar are good for defeating those that rely on attack too much, Gengar is also handy for putting your foes to sleep. If one of these doesn't strike your fancy for whatever reason a Victreebel can be an effective battler learning plenty of status effecting attacks and some fair grass and poison type attacks.
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Nidoran(M)-Nidorino-Nidoking
Gastly-Haunter-Gengar
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Old January 30th, 2012, 02:56 PM
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If you can trade an alakazam or gengar are good for defeating those that rely on attack too much, Gengar is also handy for putting your foes to sleep. If one of these doesn't strike your fancy for whatever reason a Victreebel can be an effective battler learning plenty of status effecting attacks and some fair grass and poison type attacks.

I'm playing on an emulator so do you know how I could trade from an emulator?
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Old January 30th, 2012, 03:15 PM
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I'm playing on an emulator so do you know how I could trade from an emulator?
As the games were made to be used from a game boy I don't think you can unfortunatly. At least Victreebel evolves from a stone, out of the ones I listed Gengar and Alakazam are the only ones who trade to evolve.
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my Kanto poison team

Bulbasaur-Ivysaur-Venusaur
Ekans-Arbok
Zubat-Golbat-(with nat. dex)Crobat
Nidoran(M)-Nidorino-Nidoking
Gastly-Haunter-Gengar
Tentacool-Tentacruel
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Old January 30th, 2012, 03:41 PM
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As the games were made to be used from a game boy I don't think you can unfortunatly. At least Victreebel evolves from a stone, out of the ones I listed Gengar and Alakazam are the only ones who trade to evolve.
Yeah I know that they are but it's unfortunate since I love playing with Gengar. :c
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Old January 30th, 2012, 04:20 PM
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A Grayados is a nice pokemon to have. It can learn many different types of moves. Dragonite would also be nice to have but they can be a little hard to obtain.
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Old January 30th, 2012, 08:40 PM
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Gyarados in gen III? Personally, there are better Water types. Like Lapras. It can have a very diverse set. Starmie is also something to consider as well, if you're not into tanks like Lapras. Gengar and/or Alakazam are great Pokemon, though considering there's not a special/physical split in gen III yet, I say Alakazam is the superior choice here. However, I'm not sure on how to trade with ROMs. You should ask that in the Emulation forum. If you still can't manage a trade though, Jynx or Mr. Mime are given through an in-game trade in the game and are decent Psychic types. But then again, Starmie is too, and it covers your need of a Water type.

There's a lot of options here, but I'm a bit tired, so I'll go ahead and move this to the in-game team help forum for you. That's where these type of deals belong.
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