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Old February 9th, 2012, 02:33 PM
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Old February 9th, 2012, 02:50 PM
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Beat Flannery. Had $6 when I beat her because I lost so much. Man that was crazy, I got really close sometimes but Rapidash' Bounce always killed Blaziken. Anyway...

Team
LV45 Gloom
LV45 Poliwhirl
LV45 Slaking
LV45 Pidgeot
LV45 Blaziken
LV45 Dodrio

Dex Info
Hoenn Dex 65
National Dex 126

MVPs
Roxanne Oddish
Brawly Pidgeotto
Wattson Dodrio
Flannery Poliwhirl, Dodrio and Blaziken
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Old February 9th, 2012, 06:37 PM
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So, I beat Roxanne with relative ease. Having only two pokemon does allow for a small overleveling to occur. Anyway, my team is:

Skiploom - Lv. 19
Wingull - Lv. 16

I love Skiploom. She beasted against Roxanne. I sweeped Onix and her other pokemon with Wingull, but then Rhyhorn took a water gun with very little HP left, and OHKO'd Wingull. Skiploom came in and finished him off. Then she Sleep Powdered Nosepass and used absorb. Safe to say, I won.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 10:50 PM
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So, I beat Roxanne with relative ease. Having only two pokemon does allow for a small overleveling to occur. Anyway, my team is:

Skiploom - Lv. 19
Wingull - Lv. 16

I love Skiploom. She beasted against Roxanne. I sweeped Onix and her other pokemon with Wingull, but then Rhyhorn took a water gun with very little HP left, and OHKO'd Wingull. Skiploom came in and finished him off. Then she Sleep Powdered Nosepass and used absorb. Safe to say, I won.

I'm curious to see how that team stacks up against the next gym.


Is Lucky egg available in this game? I understand your fear of over leveling, but i cleared out the entire western ocean with one pokemon and it only leveled up 5 lvls. I'm not finding enough trainers to be able to stay on top and wild pokemon give such low exp.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 03:23 AM
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chansey has a 5% chace of holding one well then why not just train one poke for a bit like my team is lvl 79 lanturn 71 pidgeot 73 camerupt 86 feraligatr 73 maganium and 69 marchamp i need to lvl up my pokes but im going alright getting through victory road atm well got though victory road if the document is right i need a hell of a lot more training time for another training montage hell yeah o.O also suicune why not edit a bit of feraligatrs move set i mean he had water gun till he was like lvl 50 =P
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Old February 10th, 2012, 05:03 AM
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chansey has a 5% chace of holding one well then why not just train one poke for a bit like my team is lvl 79 lanturn 71 pidgeot 73 camerupt 86 feraligatr 73 maganium and 69 marchamp i need to lvl up my pokes but im going alright getting through victory road atm well got though victory road if the document is right i need a hell of a lot more training time for another training montage hell yeah o.O also suicune why not edit a bit of feraligatrs move set i mean he had water gun till he was like lvl 50 =P
I've never really known Feraligatr's move set so I never really bothered, also I'd assume you could teach Surf after the 5th Gym but I suppose I could put something like Water Pulse and Ice Punch into the move set and do similar alterations with all the other starters.


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Is Lucky egg available in this game? I understand your fear of over leveling, but i cleared out the entire western ocean with one pokemon and it only leveled up 5 lvls. I'm not finding enough trainers to be able to stay on top and wild pokemon give such low exp.
As said Lucky Egg is only obtainable via Chansey, however I do like to use Lucky Eggs in game the only problem is like you say over levelling, you seem to be under levelled so I'll have to think about it. If I did decide to it would only be one that you could obtain via an NPC or something, having six would make the game a cake walk.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 05:19 AM
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just fin game the dark type dude gave me a bit of a brawl becue marchamp was a bit weak rest where fine Dark Sceptile u ditched your starter 2 aye =P same i dont really see the point in em because of all da other pokes u can get plus fav pokes are an awsome choise but to bad hounchkrow aint in da game o well didnt want a murkrow anyway but true suicune u should edit a bit of feraligatrs moveset also i found 3 shines in this game while training 2 shiny togapies and a shiny primape while training for elite four sweet as also u like da nick names for my pokes do u guys nickname your pokes i think its awsome to
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Old February 10th, 2012, 12:06 PM
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Good job bro. Now do a Nuzlocke challenge of it .
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Old February 10th, 2012, 12:45 PM
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I've never really known Feraligatr's move set so I never really bothered, also I'd assume you could teach Surf after the 5th Gym but I suppose I could put something like Water Pulse and Ice Punch into the move set and do similar alterations with all the other starters.




As said Lucky Egg is only obtainable via Chansey, however I do like to use Lucky Eggs in game the only problem is like you say over levelling, you seem to be under levelled so I'll have to think about it. If I did decide to it would only be one that you could obtain via an NPC or something, having six would make the game a cake walk.
Yeah i really like your idea of changing the movesets of Starters in future and Plz also add lucky egg too..
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Old February 10th, 2012, 01:57 PM
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Beta 6.17 Release ~ Inserted the Lucky Egg after requests and Some move set changes that include the following:
Venusaur now learns Giga Drain at level 32 & Sludge Bomb at Level 39
Charizard now learns Fire Punch at level 36 & Flamethrower at Level 40
Blastoise now learns Water Pulse at Level 36 & Ice Punch at Level 42
Meganium now learns Giga Drain at Level 32 & Petal Dance at Level 46
Typhlosion now learns Fire Punch at Level 36 & Flamethrower at Level 46
Feraligatr now learns Water Pulse at Level 30 & Ice Punch at Level 36
Sceptile now learns Giga Drain at Level 38, Slash at Level 48 & Solarbeam at Level 55
Blaziken now learns Fire Punch at Level 38, Hi Jump Kick at Level 51 & Fire Blast at Level 55
Swampert now learns Water Pulse at Level 38, Muddy Water at Level 42 & Hydro Pump at Level 55
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Old February 10th, 2012, 04:01 PM
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So I beat Brawly after literally twenty attempts. Those attempts did get Wingull up to Level 25, so he evolved. I had also went back and gotten the Exp. Share, which helped bring up my newest team member, Makuhita, to level 20.

Team:

Pelipper - Lv. 25


Makuhita - Lv. 20


Skiploom - Lv. 21

Now I need to get Skiploom and Makuhita leveled up enough for Wattson. Makuhita will be my best against him, seeing as he'll have the most resistance, especially when he evolves.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 04:12 PM
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Did you update Makuhita's movepool at all? I remember using him in a playthrough of this a while ago (Beta 5 I think) and he still had the crappy movepool had always had, may I recomend Earthquake, rock slide, Elemental Punches, Karate Chop and Cross Chop? I remember him only having like Vital Throw, Arm Thrust, Tackle and Facade (By TM)
I really love Hairyama, but he just doesn't get good level up moves which makes him very hard to train.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 05:24 PM
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u no he can learn surf to thats a good move for him?
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Old February 11th, 2012, 07:26 AM
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Today I've been changing (still) the movesets of different Pokémon, currently got through another 38 I will list and upload once completed.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 07:40 AM
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I think this can be a big amount of fun. I'm gonna play it right now!
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Old February 11th, 2012, 08:49 AM
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I will sayit again, put slaking normal stats, he like salamence he are a sub-legendaryu cantlow his stats stantler got more stats than he how its posible? do a vote i wantmy laking stats

in route 119 are low level pokemons magikarp level 10, carvanha level 11 and tentacool level 12 fix that
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Old February 11th, 2012, 09:10 AM
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I currently made it up to Brawly. I just can't beat this guy.. I've already tried to beat him for like 15 times, still I can't kill his heracross.
my team so far:
-Combusken lvl 20
-Poliwag lvl 21
-Bayleef lvl 22
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Old February 11th, 2012, 09:35 AM
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Any tips for Norman? He is truly a monster. My team is:

- LV53 Poliwhirl
Rock Smash
Strength
Hydro Pump
Body Slam

- LV53 Gloom
Secret Power
Flash
Petal Dance
Cut

- LV53 Blaziken
Blaze Kick
Slash
Rock Tomb
Overheat

- LV53 Pidgeot
Tackle
Wing Attack
Gust
Quick Attack

- LV53 Slaking
Scratch
Slash
Flail
Slack Off

- LV53 Dodrio
Steel Wing
Drill Peck
Pursuit
Tri Attack
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Old February 11th, 2012, 10:22 AM
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I have question, that i asked about in the past, but it had to be removed... How can i use bonus ticket such as aurora ticket?
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Old February 11th, 2012, 10:23 AM
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You should've kept Double Kick on Blaziken, really did wonders for me. Besides that, you should make it with your current team, imo
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Old February 11th, 2012, 10:34 AM
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I will sayit again, put slaking normal stats, he like salamence he are a sub-legendaryu cantlow his stats stantler got more stats than he how its posible? do a vote i wantmy laking stats

in route 119 are low level pokemons magikarp level 10, carvanha level 11 and tentacool level 12 fix that
I will also say it again, I have lowered Slaking's speed and SP. Attack simply because Slaking having high speed seems unreal but the main purpose is to balance out the other Pokémon having higher stats than their originals, it makes it evenly balanced also Stantler has a lower stat total than Slaking..
I did want to make the game harder after all and reducing the stats of some Pokémon seems a reasonable way to do so.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 10:39 AM
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Any tips for Norman? He is truly a monster. My team is:

- LV53 Poliwhirl
Rock Smash
Strength
Hydro Pump
Body Slam

- LV53 Gloom
Secret Power
Flash
Petal Dance
Cut

- LV53 Blaziken
Blaze Kick
Slash
Rock Tomb
Overheat

- LV53 Pidgeot
Tackle
Wing Attack
Gust
Quick Attack

- LV53 Slaking
Scratch
Slash
Flail
Slack Off

- LV53 Dodrio
Steel Wing
Drill Peck
Pursuit
Tri Attack
Teach slaking strength
Blaziken doesn't need slash, his STAB double kick does more and gives him a super effective move against norman. use the heartscale left of maulville and the move tutor in fallharbor.
And you can't reach the move deleter just yet but when you do delete gloom's flash and teach it sludge bomb.

Now Norman's tricky and intelligent, one thing it took me a while to notice is that 4 of norman's pokemon have intimidate and intimidate stacks. So be prepared to switch out and have your special attackers on standby. Because of his team's running intimidate tactic don't rely on fighting type moves too much but whenever you can pull one off try it. Once more, because he has intimidate don't be scared to switch out before it stacks. Granbull's part darktype in this game so you can use it's double weakness against it. Because of your lowered attacks and his pokemon's defenses don't be afraid to have both of your pokemon attack the same pokemon of his. and being normal types his pokemon have a range of attacks, but also being normal types know that they all don't have the best of stats in either special or physical. Its up to you to know what which it is for which pokemon.
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Old February 11th, 2012, 10:39 AM
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Beta 6.3 - There have been Many many Moveset changes, literally 100+ Pokémon have new movesets so I'd recommend downloading this if you want an improved movepool. Also edited a couple of Gym Leaders Pokémon, levels and finally more Pokémon stat changes, enjoy!
The following changes to movesets are:
Spoiler:
Hoppip now learns Razor Leaf

at Level 7 & Absorb at Level 12
Mightyena now learns Faint

Attack at Level 32 & Slash at

Level 38
Ninjask now learns Headbutt at

Level 33 & Silver Wind at Level

36
Shedinja now learns Psychic at

Level 36
Swellow now learns Drill Peck

at Level 42 & Thunderbolt at

Level 46
Torkoal now learns Rollout at

Level 25
Crawdaunt now learns Water

Pulse at Level 32 & Hydro

Pump at Level 56
Hariyama now learns Brick

Break at Level 30,

Thunderpunch at Level 46, Ice

Punch at Level 48, Fire Punch

at Level 50, Cross Chop at

Level 58 & Earthquake at Level

62
Camerupt now learns

Flamethrower at Level 37 &

Earthquake at Level 41
Cacnea now learns Mega Drain

at Level 15
Cacturne now learns Giga

Drain at Level 32, Leaf Blade at

Level 38 & Crunch at Level 43
Seedot now learns Tackle at

Level 3 & Absorb at Level 7
Nuzleaf now learns Razor Leaf

at Level 18 & Mega Drain at

Level 27
Shiftry now learns Giga Drain

at Level 52 & Leaf Blade at

Level 56
Lotad now learns Tackle at

Level 3 & Water Gun at level 7
Lombre now learns

Bubblebeam at Level 18 &

Water Pulse at Level 27
Ludicolo now learns Surf at

Level 52 & Hydro Pump at

Level 56
Whiscash now learns Water

Pulse at Level 38
Carvanha now learns

Bubblebeam at Level 20
Sharpedo now learns Water

Pulse at Level 34, Ice Beam at

Level 50 & Hydro Pump at

Level 55
Manectric now learns Protect

at Level 37, Thunderbolt at

Level 42 & Crunch at Level 44
Delcatty now learns

Thunderbolt at Level 44 &

Hyper Beam at Level 61
Cacnea now learns Mega Drain

at Level 15
Cacturne now learns Giga

Drain at Level 32, Leaf Blade at

Level 38 & Crunch at Level 43
Glalie now learns Water Pulse

at Level 44
Lunatone now learns Rock

Slide at Level 49 & Earthquake

at Level 54
Solrock now learns

Flamethrower at Level 49 &

Earthquake at Level 54
Plusle now learns Thunderbolt

at Level 30
Minun now learns Thunderbolt

at Level 30
Medicham now learns Psychic

at Level 42, Cross Chop at

Level 50 & Bounce at Level 55
Dusclops now learns Ice

Punch, Fire Punch &

Thunderpunch at Level 50
Altaria now learns Outrage at

Level 48 & Blizzard at Level 52
Slaking now learns Mega Punch

at Level 40, Skull Bash at Level

49 & Earthquake at Level 51
Tropius now learns Aerial Ace

at Level 36 & Sunny Day at

Level 40
Exploud now learns Headbutt

at Level 39 & Crunch at Level

44
Banette now learns Shadow

Ball at Level 37, Shadow Punch

at Level 43 & Thunderbolt at

Level 50
Seviper now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 40
Zangoose now learns Hyper

Beam at Level 61
Relicanth now learns Water

Pulse at Level 33 & Rock Slide

at Level 37
Aggron now learns Earthquake

at Level 57
Castform now learns Ice Beam

at Level 48, Flamethrower at

Level 50 & Surf at Level 52
Volbeat now learns Silver Wind

at Level 36
Illumise now learns Silver Wind

at Level 36
Cradily now learns Giga Drain

at Level 40 & Rock Slide at

Level 42
Armaldo now learns Silver

Wind at Level 40 & Rock Slide

at Level 42 (Can also Learn

HM03 Surf)
Gardevoir now learns

Thunderbolt at Level 38,

Kinesis at Level 41 & Trick at

Level 46
Beautifly now learns Psychic at

Level 40
Dustox now learns Crunch at

Level 40
Linoone now learns Metronome

at Level 38
Miltank now learns Attract at

Level 30 & Earthquake at Level

55
Hitmontop now learns Dig at

Level 31
Stantler now learns Hyper

Beam at Level 49
Porygon2 now learns Psychic

at Level 42
Donphan now learns Iron

Defense at Level 38 & Iron Tail

at Level 44
Kingdra now learns Outrage at

Level 47
Houndoom now learns Slash at

Level 39
Skarmory now learns Drill Peck

at Level 36 & Aerial Ace at

Level 39 (Can also learn HM04

Strength)
Corsola now learns Rock Slide

at Level 38
Piloswine now learns Icy Wind

at Level 33, Ice Beam at Level

45, Earthquake at Level 51 &

Rock Slide at Level 62
Magcargo now learns Flame

Wheel at Level 38 &

Earthquake at Level 53
Ursaring now learns Crush

Claw at Level 52
Sneasel now learns Icy Wind at

Level 35, Crunch at Level 38 &

Ice Beam at Level 41
Heracross now learns Silver

Wind at Level 34
Shuckle now learns Dig at

Level 30
Scizor now learns Silver Wind

at Level 48 & Crush Claw at

Level 50
Qwilfish now learns Water

Pulse at Level 34 & Sludge

Bomb at Level 44
Granbull now learns

Thunderbolt at Level 39 &

Flamethrower at Level 51
Steelix now learns Rock Slide

at Level 48, Earthquake at

Level 54 & Fissure at Level 60
Gligar now learns Sludge Bomb

at Level 37 & Earthquake at

Level 49
Forretress now learns Silver

Wind at Level 31, Rollout at

Level 39 & Iron Defense at

Level 40
Girafirig now learns Psybeam

at Level 34 & Psychic at Level

44
Misdreavus now learns

Hypnosis at Level 28, Shadow

Ball at Level 39 & Psychic at

Level 45
Slowbro now learns Water

Pulse at Level 37
Slowking now learns Water

Pulse at Level 55
Murkrow now learns Aerial Ace

at Level 22, Shadow Ball at

Level 30 & Crunch at Level 42
Quagsire now learns Muddy

Water at Level 33 & Hydro

Pump at Level 58
Yanma now learns Silver Wind

at Level 22, Slash at Level 35

& Air Cutter at Level 39
Sunflora now learns Leaf Blade

at Level 45
Aipom now learns Slash at

Level 46
Jumpluff now learns Mega

Drain at Level 31 & Leaf Blade

at Level 40
Politoed now learns Water

Pulse at Level 45 & Hydro

Pump at Level 57
Sudowoodo now learns Meteor

Mash at Level 52
Azumarill now learns Water

Pulse at Level 30
Xatu now learns Aerial Ace at

Level 36, Drill Peck at Level 42

& Hypnosis at Level 47
Togetic now learns Aerial Ace

at Level 40
Lanturn now learns Shock

Wave at Level 27, Water Pulse

at Level 31 & Thunderbolt at

Level 36
Crobat now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 44
Ledian now learns Aerial Ace

at Level 28 & Hyper Beam at

Level 59
Noctowl now learns Wing

Attack at Level 20 & Psychic

at Level 42
Furret now learns Slash at

Level 38 & Ice Beam at Level

46
Aerodactyl now learns Rock

Slide at Level 45
Kabutops now learns Mega

Drain at Level 40, Water Pulse

at Level 44 & Giga Drain at

Level 50
Omastar now learns Giga Drain

at Level 44
Porygon now learns Psychic at

Level 33
Eevee now learns Return at

Level 8
Lapras now learns Water Pulse

at Level 35
Gyarados now learns Outrage

at Level 48
Tauros now learns Stomp at

Level 37 & Ice Beam at Level

46
Pinsir now learns Silver Wind

at Level 36 & Crunch at Level

45
Jynx now learns Psychic at

Level 38 & Ice Beam at Level

43
Scyther now learns Silver Wind

at Level 36
Starmie now learns Water

Pulse at Level 54, Psychic at

Level 56 & Hydro Pump at

Level 61
Seaking now learns Water

Pulse at Level 33 & Crunch at

Level 40
Seadra now learns Bubblebeam

at Level 32 & Dragon Rage at

Level 33
Kangaskhan now learns Cross

Chop at Level 53
Rhydon now learns Rock Slide

at Level 44 & Iron Tail at Level

52
Weezing now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 44
Lickitung now learns Crunch at

Level 38 & Ice Beam at Level

44
Marowak now learns

Earthquake at Level 57
Exeggcute now learns Mega

Drain at Level 31 & Giga Drain

at Level 41
Exeggcutor now learns Psychic

at Level 55 & Leaf Blade at

Level 58
Electrode now learns Shock

Wave at Level 30, Thunderbolt

at Level 37 & Thunder at Level

60
Kingler now learns Water Pulse

at Level 34 & Muddy Water at

Level 42
Gengar now learns Hypnosis at

Level 44, Dream Eater at Level

46 & Psychic at Level 50
Shellder now learns Water

Pulse at Level 33 & Ice Beam

at Level 42
Cloyster now learns Hydro

Cannon at Level 60, Blizzard at

Level 65 & Sheer Cold at Level

70
Muk now learns Toxic at Level

44
Seel now learns Water Pulse at

Level 32
Farfetch'd now learns Wing

Attack at Level 36 & Aerial

Ace at Level 42
Magneton now learns

Thunderbolt at Level 38, Iron

Defense at Level 40 & Thunder

at Level 56
Ponyta now learns Flame

Wheel at Level 25
Rapidash now learns

Flamethrower at Level 45
Graveler now learns Taunt at

Level 25
Golem now learns Rock Slide

at Level 50
Tentacruel now learns Water

Pulse at Level 32, Sludge Bomb

at Level 40, Psychic at Level

43 & Ice Beam at Level 48
Weepinbell now learns Mega

Drain at Level 21, Giga Drain at

Level 38 & Sludge Bomb at

Level 41
Victreebel now learns Leaf

Blade at Level 55
Machamp now learns Rock

Slide at Level 52
Poliwhirl now learns Water

Pulse at Level 33
Poliwrath now learns

Dynamicpunch at Level 56 &

Hydro Pump at Level 61
Growlithe now learns Crunch at

Level 38
Arcanine now learns Fire Blast

at Level 59
Primape now learns

Thunderpunch, Fire Punch &

Ice Punch at Level 46
Persian now learns

Thunderbolt at Level 44, Fake

Out at Level 48 & Hyper Beam

at Level 61
Venomoth now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 36
Parasect now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 37 & Leaf Blade

at Level 47
Oddish now learns Mega Drain

at Level 20
Gloom now learns Giga Drain

at Level 30
Ninetales now learns Fire Blast

at Level 59
Nidorino now learns Stomp at

Level 34
Nidoking now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 42 & Ice Beam

at Level 50
Nidorina now learns Stomp at

Level 34
Nidoqueen now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 42 &

Thunderbolt at Level 50
Sandslash now learns Rock

Slide at Level 38 & Earthquake

at Level 56
Raichu now learns Volt Tackle

at Level 60
Arbok now learns Sludge Bomb

at Level 36 & Crunch at Level

44
Fearow now learns Aerial Ace

at Level 35 & Hyper Beam at

Level 55
Raticate now learns

Thunderbolt at Level 44,

Flamethrower at Level 47 & Ice

Beam at Level 50
Pidgeot now learns Aerial Ace

at Level 35 & Drill Peck at

Level 42
Beedrill now learns Sludge

Bomb at Level 36 & Slash at

Level 44
Butterfree now learns Psychic

at Level 43
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Age: 17
Gender: Female
Nature: Naive
After losing to Norman almost half of a million times, I decided to take someone's advice and head back to the Move Relearner and get Blaziken Double Kick. After that, I beat him on the first try.

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LV53 Poliwhirl
LV53 Slaking
LV54 Pidgeot
LV54 Blaziken
LV54 Dodrio

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National Dex 130

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Brawly Pidgeotto
Wattson Dodrio
Flannery Poliwhirl, Dodrio and Blaziken
Norma Blaziken and Dodrio
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Join Date: Dec 2011
Gender: Male
Nature: Gentle
My current team:
Torchic lv 8
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