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Random
July 27th, 2007, 8:06 AM
Hey everyone, which version did you guys have the easiest time leveling up faster in? That includes after beating the game, and continuing on with it, without CHEATS.
Either
Pokemon R/S/E or Pokemon FR/LG?

Im not a noob
July 27th, 2007, 8:09 AM
I'd have to say my leaf green because I train on the Elite Four.

Razer302
July 27th, 2007, 8:13 AM
I leveled up faster in Ruby. The Elite four was easy so could do it quicker then in Leaf Green or Fire Red. Just gave one Pokemon a exp share and did elite four over and over.

Sakurah
July 27th, 2007, 8:14 AM
I have to say Leaf Green and Fire Red.
To me the Elite seems to be stronger compare to R/S, and there's the cave with Mewtwo to train in.

Kid nino
July 27th, 2007, 8:21 AM
Emerald was cake fire red and leaf green. Lets just say I beat it with a level 59 charizard as my strongest and a big load of items.

Razer302
July 27th, 2007, 8:21 AM
To me the Elite seems to be stronger compare to R/S, and there's the cave with Mewtwo to train in.

I forgot about the Mewtwo cave. The Elite is stronger in Fr/Lg but that means it takes longer to go through. I was doing it from the point of having no level 100's yet. When you get level 100's though Fr/Lg is quicker.

Sakurah
July 27th, 2007, 8:26 AM
I forgot about the Mewtwo cave. The Elite is stronger in Fr/Lg but that means it takes longer to go through. I was doing it from the point of having no level 100's yet. When you get level 100's though Fr/Lg is quicker.

I was too.
Even if it is harder, if you have the right strategy, it could go fast.

But then, there is one thing in R/S that did help training:
The secret bases of friends.

Razer302
July 27th, 2007, 8:30 AM
I was too.
Even if it is harder, if you have the right strategy, it could go fast.

But then, there is one thing in R/S that did help training:
The secret bases of friends.

I never used secret bases.
Most people don't use many strategies for the Elite. I know people on here do but my friends just train their Pokemon to be really strong and beat them that way. I guess it depends on how you play the game. Whether you use strategies or brute strength.

Sakurah
July 27th, 2007, 8:33 AM
I never used secret bases.
Most people don't use many strategies for the Elite. I know people on here do but my friends just train their Pokemon to be really strong and beat them that way. I guess it depends on how you play the game. Whether you use strategies or brute strength.

If you have a type advantage that helps too.

.Bastion
July 27th, 2007, 8:57 AM
I think I found the Elite Four in FR/LG to be somewhat more difficult compared to the Elite Four in R/S/E.

I also found my team at a higher level in Emerald rather than FR.

RYOUKI
July 27th, 2007, 9:01 AM
I think I find FR/LG is the easiest way to Level up..
because of the Sevii Islands and the E4..

Random
July 27th, 2007, 10:26 AM
Well in my opinion, i think Firered and Leafgreen, are actually faster to train in because the second flow of the E4 actually gets a lot stronger, plus on the sevii islands, i can always vs seeker it, with lots of strong trainers over and over, without game credits to slow down training from beating E4, and i can always access pokecenters when my pokemon are tired, instead of wasting items.

Roihu
July 27th, 2007, 1:42 PM
Well I put R/S/E but I thought it was only before the E4.
After the E4 FR/LG is easiest to level up in.

ChrisG14
July 27th, 2007, 3:34 PM
I'd have to say FR. R/S/E's Elite 4 are pathetically weak, not G/S/C Elite 4 weak, but close. FR and LG had the revamped E4 and the Ceurlean Cave. I guess remakes are for old school gammers that can handle such high level Pokemon and the current generation games are for the younger crowd who are just getting into Pokemon, so they have Pokemon lower levels.

Smarties-chan
July 28th, 2007, 5:01 AM
FR LG ftw! The elites aren't really the best way to train imo, I just train outside the Chansey Dance house in Sevault Canyon. There are 2 cooltrainers with levels ranging from around 50 to 55 and once you're done beating them, you can go heal, run around a bit to charge the VS Seeker and fight them again. My Charizard quickly grew to its seventies against them and that was while I was leveling up some random Pokémon with the Exp.Share for my Pokédex.

Razer302
July 28th, 2007, 7:10 AM
I wish I could change my answer. I totally forgot about the vs.seeker. Using that makes the leveling alot quicker.

Wish
July 28th, 2007, 7:13 AM
FR/LG for sure, mostly because of the reasons mentioned above. E4 was harder and it was basically a longer game. With more trainers, and stronger pokemon,

RYOUKI
July 28th, 2007, 7:19 AM
FR LG ftw! The elites aren't really the best way to train imo, I just train outside the Chansey Dance house in Sevault Canyon. There are 2 cooltrainers with levels ranging from around 50 to 55 and once you're done beating them, you can go heal, run around a bit to charge the VS Seeker and fight them again. My Charizard quickly grew to its seventies against them and that was while I was leveling up some random Pokémon with the Exp.Share for my Pokédex.

That's were I level up! R/S/E don't have any wild Pokemon's that are above 50, except for the Battle Frontier's Pike, Pyramid and so on...
I even level up ther [FR/LG] my Salamence, Flygon and Pokemon that evolves in MId-40's

Random
July 28th, 2007, 7:11 PM
I wish I could change my answer. I totally forgot about the vs.seeker. Using that makes the leveling alot quicker.

Well i didnt mean to change your opinion, i mean its not like im telling people what to think, if you thought RSE was faster, then thats reasonable enough.

PipeMan
July 28th, 2007, 7:33 PM
Pokemon Sapphire was easy to level in. Don't know why but it FR/LG it just seemed to take longer :/.

pm_41
July 28th, 2007, 7:45 PM
Leaf Green was the easiest to level up in because the Elite 4 was so powerful. And supposidly they get even more powerful if you've beaten them more than 20 times.