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pyreshade
24th April 2007, 6:02 PM
Magmar bashfull 45
flamethrower
thunderpunch
fireblast
psychic

Golem docile 43
counter
earthquake
rollout
fireblast

Raichu calm 44
thunderwave
thunderbolt
slam
hiddenpower(grass)

Medicham modest 44
hidden power(bug)
calm mind( might trade for shadowball)
fire punch
ice punch

Whiscash impish 45
earthquake
rest
surf
ice beam

Blaziken mild 44
slash
double kick
blaze kick
aerial ace

Also any tips for beating steven would be appreciated (meteor mash+ EQ owns my team )

and yes i know 2 fire types is a bad idea but i love them esspessally magmar

Yami Marius
24th April 2007, 6:50 PM
Magmar @ Leftovers
Mild Nature
- Cross Chop
- Flamethrower
- Thunderpunch
- Psychic

Golem @ Choice Band
Trait: Rock Head
Adamant Nature
- Rock Slide
- Earthquake
- Double-Edge
- Explosion

Raichu @ Leftovers
Trait: Static
Lonely Nature
- Thunderbolt
- Substitute
- Focus Punch
- Thunder Wave

Medicham @ Salac Berry
Trait: Pure Power
Adamant Nature
- Endure
- Shadow Ball
- Bulk Up
- Reversal

Whiscash @ Leftovers
Trait: Oblivious
Brave Nature
- Earthquake
- Surf/Spark
- Ice Beam
- Rest

Blaziken @Leftovers
Trait: Blaze
Adamant Nature
- Earthquake
- Rock Slide
- Sky Uppercut
- Flamethrower

pyreshade
24th April 2007, 6:57 PM
sorry i forgot to say i cant get any tutor moves

Scepgatr
24th April 2007, 7:04 PM
Magmar Mild
Flame Body Ability
flamethrower/fireblast
thunderpunch
Cross Chop
psychic

Golem Adamant
Rock Head Ability
Double-Edge
earthquake
Rock Slide
Explosion

Raichu Lonely
Static Ability
Encore
thunderbolt
Focus Punch
Thunderwave

Medicham Adamant
Pure Power Ability
Bulk Up
shadowball
Brick Break
Fake Out

Whiscash Brave
Oblivious Ability
earthquake
rest
surf
ice beam

Blaziken Adamant
Blaze Ability
Sky Uppercut
Rock Slide
Fire Blast/Flamethrower
Bulk Up

You should have very few problems with Steven. Just train your Pokémons to slightly higher levels.

pyreshade
24th April 2007, 7:07 PM
how would i go about getting encore on raichu rockslide of blaziken and fakeout on medicham? without tutors

Scepgatr
24th April 2007, 8:01 PM
Breeding:
Encore: Slakoth (Lv. 7) -> Pichu
Rock Slide: Numel (Evolve) -> Torchic
Fake Out: Makuhita (Lv. 19) -> Meditite

pyreshade
24th April 2007, 11:08 PM
I cant really rebreed right now im in the e4 and i dont want to get guys up to level 45 - 50 again

matrixofpokemon
25th April 2007, 12:00 AM
I sugest you loose on purpose and start over again. That way your pokemon will be a hier level. Hope this Helps:


Magmar bashfull 45
flamethrower/Cross Chop/Confuse Ray/Brick Break
thunderpunch
fireblast/Cross Chop/Confuse Ray/Brick Break
psychic

You Probably don't want to rebreed to get Cross Chop, so Brick Break will have to do. Fireblast or flamethrower, The age old question, Acc. and PP over Power.

Golem docile 43
counter
earthquake
Explosion
Rock Blast

Counter while you can then use explotion.

Raichu calm 44
thunderwave
thunderbolt
Iron Tail
hiddenpower(grass)

Maybe you could give it Hyper Beam, since it's probably going to die after one attack.I would probably use kyogre (Calm Mind, Thunder, Ice Beam, Surf)instead of him, hes more bulkier and only takes neutral from EQ.

Medicham modest 44
hidden power(bug)
shadowball
Brick Break
ice punch

Thx to pure power, it has double it's special atack. Ice Punch for dragons if you decide to start over.

Whiscash impish 45
earthquake
rest/Protect
surf
ice beam

Fine. The only reason i put Protect in there is because his aggron knows Solar Beam.

Blaziken mild 44
slash
double kick
blaze kick
aerial ace

Ok. Just use Blaze kick on his steels.

Also any tips for beating steven would be appreciated (meteor mash+ EQ owns my team )

and yes i know 2 fire types is a bad idea but i love them esspessally magmar

Her is Stevens Team: (from a walkthrough (Credit to Dmon2 on Gamefaqs))

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* Name |Lvl| Name |Lvl| Name |Lvl|*
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* Skarmory | 57| Aggron | 56| Metagross | 58|*
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* Armaldo | 56| Claydol | 55| Cradily | 56|*
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Full Restores: 8

Skarmory - Toxic, Steel Wing, Aerial Ace, Spikes
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If you happen to have a Steel type (Such as Aggron or Magneton), then Skarmory becomes useless and can't do a thing to you. You'd have [double] resistance to both of Skarmory's attacks and immunity to Toxic. Good stuff. However, this might force Skarmory to Spikes. Keep that in mind.

Aggron - Solarbeam, Thunder, Earthquake, Dragon Claw
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You can bet I was surprised to see Aggron start charging up a Solarbeam when I pit it against my old Swampert. *shudder* Try to pick on Aggron's double weakness to Fighting and/or Ground. If you can't, slap a Water type in there, and Rain Dance it up if you can. Just don't put Swampert or Whiscash against Aggron if you don't have protection against Solarbeam.

Metagross - Meteor Mash, Earthquake, Psychic, Hyper Beam (@Sitrus Berry)
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The most dangerous of Steven's Pokemon, Metagross is a threat to a number of types. Watch out for Meteor Mash. It hurts a lot, and may raise up Metagross's Attack by 1 level. Being Steel/Psychic, Metagross is only weak to Fire (which Earthquake takes care of) and Ground. Seeing as how Fire types are in danger because of Earthquake (except Charizard, Moltres, and Ho-oh), Ground would be your best bet. Smack Metagross with an Earthquake of your own.

Armaldo - Slash, Ancientpower, Water Pulse, Aerial Ace
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I'm angry that Steven, the supposed best in all of Hoenn, couldn't come up with a better set than this. How dare he disrespect Armaldo! As far as strategy goes, the only real threat is the confusion you can get from Water Pulse. Of course, there's the Ancientpower boost, but odds are against it happening.

Claydol - Light Screen, Earthquake, Reflect, Psychic
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I hate Steven's Claydol. It will always use Light Screen and Reflect to cut all
your damage in half. It's so annoying! Brick Break gets rid of them, but it
won't do much damage.

Cradily - Giga Drain, Sludge Bomb, Confuse Ray, Ancientpower
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If Metagross is threat #1, Cradily definitely gives Metagross a run for its
money. Do NOT put Swampert or Whiscash against Cradily unless you are
absolutely sure beyond a shadow of a doubt that you will kill Cradily in one
shot. You will be promptly smacked by Giga Drain, and your attack will have
been for nothing, especially if you die.

Once you defeat Steven, you're done!

Reno
25th April 2007, 12:15 AM
^^learn to rate teams before you "help". pure power doubles attack not special attack. he does want to breed for cross chop, as he needs better natures anyway. give golem choice band, and go with sceptgar sets.