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sirnight07
14th March 2011, 12:28 AM
i'm going to do a second playthrough on pokemon black, for the most part i know what to train, but i do not know what to put in my last slot?
i would prefer something that can support the others in some way or another.
it's currently like this:

http://www.serebii.net/pokedex-bw/evo/497.png
Solid (or Nagi if female) the Serperior
Nature: mild (+sp.def -atk)
Moveset:
-giga drain
-hidden power (ice or fire)
-calm mind
-leech seed

http://pokemon.marriland.com/images/bw/sprites/front/norm/567_archeops_front_norm.png
Pietry the Archeops
Nature: jolly (+ speed -sp.atk)
Moveset:
-eurth quake
-stone edge
-acrobatics
-u-turn

http://static.gamesradar.com/images/mb/GamesRadar/us/Games/P/Pokemon%20Black%20White/Everything%20Else/Pokedex/Sprites/Bouffalant.png
Afro Joe the Bouffalant
Nature: adamant (+atk -sp.atk)
Ab: sap sipper
Moveset:
-head charge (afro bruuuuuuaaaaake!!!)
-pursuit
-mega horn or EQ
-swords dance

http://pokemon.marriland.com/images/bw/sprites/front/norm/612_haxorus_front_norm.png
Destral the Haxorus
Nature: adamant (+atk -sp.atk)
Ab: mold breaker
Moveset:
-outrage
-reversal (egg move) or ???
-dragon dance
-taunt

http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2011/032/0/e/cofagrigus_animated_sprite_by_devinwarriors-d38je4n.gif
Peek a Boo the Cofagrigus
Nature: bold (+def -atk)
Item: rocky helmet or leftovers
Moveset:
-hex (this+will-o-wisp= 100 base)
-energy ball or hidden power (electric)
-will-o-wisp
-calm mind

thanks in advance:surfpika:.
P.S: i don't need tips for items, but thanks anyway:surfpika:.

Bad_Apple!!
14th March 2011, 4:31 AM
Hmm... I guess another Special Sweeper/Sponge? I'd reccomend Reuniclus.

Reuniclus
Nature: Modest (+Sp. Atk, - Atk.)
- Thunder Wave
- Calm Mind
- Psychic / Psyshock
- Focus Blast / Shadow Ball

I'm not 100% sure. I have little experience with Reuniclus. Thunder Wave slows enemies, then you can calm mind and make Reuniclus a great threat. Then go all out with Psychic or Focus Blast. Shadow Ball if you want a different type of coverage, and Psyshock if you want to hit other Sponge Pokemon for good damage.

By the way, Hex's Base Power is 150 with a Burn status. Otherwise it's just 75.

Hex = Base Power 50

50 * 1.5 (STAB) (*2) = 150

The times two only occurs if the opponent has a status effect.

BattleFanatic14
14th March 2011, 4:34 AM
He says he has Pokémon Black. Reuniclus doesn't appear in that game, so unless you want to go though the trouble of trading it over, Gothitelle might be an option.

Bad_Apple!!
14th March 2011, 4:39 AM
He says he has Pokémon Black. Reuniclus doesn't appear in that game, so unless you want to go though the trouble of trading it over, Gothitelle might be an option.

Right, right... How stupid and ignorant of me not to notice...

Gothitelle
Nature: Timid (+Spd, - Atk) / Modest (+Sp. Atk, - Atk.)
- Calm Mind
- Psyshock
- Thunderbolt
- Shadow Ball / Energy Ball

Gothitelle doesn't have world's best speed, so modest might be better. It's your choice between Shadow Ball and Energy Ball.

XXD17
14th March 2011, 5:48 AM
This might not be the best but a calm or timid cryogonal can be used as a great support pokemon and it can easily wall as a special tank or can act as a dual screener as well as a hazer able to out speed haxorus even after a ddance...some sets include haze, ice beam, flash cannon, and acid armor, or light screen, reflect, ice beam and haze...it's just a bit fragile on the physical side...

sirnight07
14th March 2011, 12:51 PM
thanks for the great advice everyone!
my brother has pokemon white, so reuniclus won't be any trouble to get.
in my first time i trained gothitelle, so i will probably go with crygonal.
P.S: i didn't knew that about Hex, bad_apple!!, thanks for that little bit.

Bad_Apple!!
14th March 2011, 5:38 PM
thanks for the great advice everyone!
my brother has pokemon white, so reuniclus won't be any trouble to get.
in my first time i trained gothitelle, so i will probably go with crygonal.
P.S: i didn't knew that about Hex, bad_apple!!, thanks for that little bit.

It's always fun to try new things! Just remember Crygonal are rare this time of year. So unless your DS is set so your Pokémon game thinks it's a Winter month (April, August, December), Crygonal will prove slightly hard to find. And I'm happy to help! Especially with information on Ghosts! :)