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Mikey-Boy
19th December 2006, 7:19 PM
LUGIA:
Attacks:Aeroblast, Hydro Pump, Psycho Boost, Recover
Level 100
Item: Twistedspoon
HP:413
ATK:242
DEF:294
SA:209
SD:378
SPEED: 232

KYOGRE:
Attacks: Thunder,Blizzard, Hydropump, WaterSpout
ITEM: Mystic Water
LEVEL:100
HP:342
ATK:253
DEF:211
SA:368
SD:288
SPEED:237

HO-OH
ATTACKS:Recover, Sacredfire, Overheat, Hyperbeam
ITEM:Charcoal
LEVEL:100
HP:340
ATK:325
DEF:189
SA:238
SD:341
SPEED:190

GROUDON
ATTACKS:Solarbeam, Hyperbeam, Earthquake, Eruption
Item: ? I need suggestions ?
LEVEL: 100
HP 345
ATK 335
DEF 319
SA + SD: 222
SPEED: 226
Scratch Aruseus and Giradina and put Blissey and Ludicolo
BLISSEY
ATTACKS:Blizzard, Fireblast, Softboiled, Metronome
ITEM: Petayaberry
Ability: Naturalcure
HP 653
Attack62
Defense58
SA 171
SD 309
SPEED 122

Ludicolo
Attacks: Hydropump, Solarbeam, Icebeam, Fakeout
Item: Miracle Seed
Level 100

Any ways on how to improve?

yazzel
19th December 2006, 7:34 PM
LUGIA:
Attacks:Aeroblast, Hydro Pump, Psycho Boost, Recover
Level 100
Item: leftovers
HP:413
ATK:242
DEF:294
SA:209
SD:378
SPEED: 232

KYOGRE:
Attacks: Thunder,ice beam,surf,calm mind
ITEM: leftovers
LEVEL:100
HP:342
ATK:253
DEF:211
SA:368
SD:288
SPEED:237

HO-OH
ATTACKS:Recover, Sacredfire,eartquake,rock slide
ITEM:leftovers
LEVEL:100
HP:340
ATK:325
DEF:189
SA:238
SD:341
SPEED:190

GROUDON
ATTACKS:eartquake,rock slide,overheat,brick break
Item: leftovers
LEVEL: 100
HP 345
ATK 335
DEF 319
SA + SD: 222
SPEED: 226
Scratch Aruseus and Giradina and put Blissey and Ludicolo
BLISSEY
ATTACKS:seismic toss,counter,aromatherapy,softboiled
ITEM: leftovers
Ability: Naturalcure
HP 653
Attack62
Defense58
SA 171
SD 309
SPEED 122

Ludicolo
Attacks: leech seed,thunder punch,double team???,don't know it
Item: leftovers
Level 100

Any ways on how to improve?

the 10% items sucks (ho-oh,lugia and ludicolo are not so good rated by me)
sorry

Mikey-Boy
19th December 2006, 8:16 PM
You know that posting something one time can work wonders!

Anyways thanks for the advice. But the Ludicolo moveset is wierd. Can it really learn Thunderpunch?

Mikey-Boy
19th December 2006, 8:17 PM
Way too many leftovers for me!

POKEMON KING LEAFGREEN
19th December 2006, 8:22 PM
What games do you have access to??? It would help a bit...

Septuple posting... not bad... lotta talent there...

aragornbird
19th December 2006, 8:39 PM
Don't post in a horizontal format! It's incredibly hard to read that way. And don't post your Pokemon's stats. That's useless information since every Pokemon has different stats depending on their EVs.

Anyways, not only did yazzel muli-post, his rate was pretty bad.

Go with these movesets:

Lugia @Leftovers
Bold Nature
-Calm Mind
-Ice Beam
-Recover
-Toxic/Reflect

Kyogre @Leftovers
Modest
-Surf
-Calm Mind
-Thunder
-Ice Beam

Ho-oh @Leftovers
Modest Nature
-Sacred Fire
-Thunderbolt
-Calm Mind
-Recover

OR

Ho-oh @Choice Band
Adamant Nature
-Sacred Fire
-Earthquake
-Shadow Ball
-Aerial Ace

Groudon @Leftovers
Adamant Nature
-Earthquake
-Rock Slide
-Swords Dance
-Overheat

Blissey @Leftovers
Bold Nature
-Seismic Toss
-Ice Beam
-Softboiled
-Aromatherapy

Ludicolo @Leftovers
Modest Nature
-Surf
-Ice Beam
-Leech Seed
-Giga Drain

POKEMON KING LEAFGREEN
19th December 2006, 8:50 PM
A faster Kyogre will do bad damage to Kyogre, Ho-Oh, Lugia, and Groudon... I didn't say really bad though...

Mikey-Boy
19th December 2006, 8:52 PM
Not in this lifetime.

Aren't these movesets from Serebii Pokemon of the Week? Because they look very familiar to me. Weak moves. Weak strategy.
People Give me a good moveset!!!!!!!!!!!!!

POKEMON KING LEAFGREEN
19th December 2006, 8:56 PM
Who has Weak Moves and Weak Strategies??? ... ...

EDIT: AB gave you great movesets... what are you talking about??? ... ...

ludicolo_kid
19th December 2006, 9:43 PM
having groudon and kyogre on the same team is a bad idea as their abilities overlap. Keep kyogre as you have ludicolo who will benefit from rain, for aragornbird's moveset make sure it has swift swim. Use the second Ho-oh as you have no physcial presence without groudon. Replace it with something else.

ObeliskTheTormentor
19th December 2006, 11:48 PM
Although i might just sound a little bit cocky i don't like the fact that most of your pokemon are legendary.....you can't use them in the battle frontier though


;006; ;376; ;261; ;147; ;321; ;392; ;118; ;233; ;488; ;201-q; ;295;

Cool pics haha

aragornbird
19th December 2006, 11:55 PM
Aren't these movesets from Serebii Pokemon of the Week? Because they look very familiar to me. Weak moves. Weak strategy
People Give me a good moveset!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Umm, no, those are STANDARD movesets. Do you know what Standard means? It means those movesets are so good that it's the ones that everyone uses and it's the ones that YOU should use too (because seriously, the moves you had are terrible).

BUT I would agree that Serebii is not the best site for movesets. That would go to Smogon: http://www.smogon.com/rs/pokemon/

spoff
20th December 2006, 12:12 PM
Why are you using so many legandaries. IMO, 1 is enough.

Ekul the Sarcastic
20th December 2006, 4:05 PM
Why are you using so many legandaries. IMO, 1 is enough.

You should either cram as many Ubers as you can on your team, or have none at all.

Could use Psychic/Solarbeam/Sleep Powder/Explosion Eggy somewhere, in conjunction with Groudy...

ludicolo_kid
20th December 2006, 6:00 PM
if you do use eggy then ditch kyogre and ludicolo and get a lati@s or something

Mikey-Boy
20th December 2006, 7:37 PM
Eggy?

Translation:

Mikey-Boy
20th December 2006, 7:40 PM
What should I replace Hyper Beam with?

aragornbird
20th December 2006, 7:53 PM
Eggy?

Translation:
Exeggutor



What should I replace Hyper Beam with?
Use the movesets I gave you.

trainerblaze
20th December 2006, 11:41 PM
The strength of the team overall is quite impressive. It has a good stat balance, although I am not too keen on using so many legendarys. An example would be with Lugia, Ho-oh, and Kyogre: they all have a weakness to Thunder-type attacks. A strong attack of that type (with or without holding a Magnet) could have the possibility of making them faint with one hit. Even with having Groudon as a counter-type for Thunder-type pokemon, there is still the possibility of that also fainting by the same pokemon if it knows any water or grass-type moves. Something such as a Mewtwo with Thunderbolt/Thunder and Water Pulse as attacks could cause you to dramatically change your strategy. But I would not worry too much on that. Like I said, the team setup is well done, and would be difficult to defeat quickly.

trainerblaze
20th December 2006, 11:45 PM
The strength of the team overall is quite impressive. It has a good stat balance, although I am not too keen on using so many legendarys. An example would be with Lugia, Ho-oh, and Kyogre: they all have a weakness to Thunder-type attacks. A strong attack of that type (with or without holding a Magnet) could have the possibility of making them faint with one hit. Even with having Groudon as a counter-type for Thunder-type pokemon, there is still the possibility of that also fainting by the same pokemon if it knows any water or grass-type moves. Something such as a Mewtwo with Thunderbolt/Thunder and Water Pulse as attacks could cause you to dramatically change your strategy. But I would not worry too much on that. Like I said, the team setup is well done, and would be difficult to defeat quickly.

spoff
21st December 2006, 10:43 AM
Don't use fake out on ludicolo becaise its only there for one go, after that you have wasted all the pp, unless you swap it out again. So I never use fake out because I think it has 10 pp, so unless you plan on swapping ludicolo out 10 times I would get rid of it, maybe replace it with rain dance? Becaus ethen both of its abiliteis, rain dish/ swift swim will take into action.