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Adzieboy
13th November 2005, 6:24 PM
Can anyone help me on what team i should use for the elite for on emerald (and on ruby, i have to do it there too, but emerald is more important).
The team i am raising right now consists of:
Walrein Lv44
Blaziken Lv48
Manetric Lv47
Breloom Lv43
Pelipper Lv43
Rayquaza Lv70

Other pokes i have raised are:
Golduck Lv33
Seviper Lv40
Torkoal Lv43

Blue Blood
13th November 2005, 6:56 PM
You're asking for help, and you're using Rayquaza. How loser monkey like. =P

I, personaly, recomend that you ditch Rayquaza. Using 'ubers' often takes away from the fun- a lot.

Walrein- Keep
Blaziken- Keep
Manetric- Keep
Breloom- Ditch. Breloom doesn't help much as a grass type. There's no need for another fighting type when you already have Blaziken. How about Vileplume or Aagaron
Pelipper- Ditch. You already have a water type, plus Peliper has very low stats. Skarmoray.
Rayquaza- Ditch. Gardivoir or Mightyena.

Train all you're Pokémon up to Lv.50. You should then be able to pass easily; considering you have good movesets for you Pokémon.

Last thing, this is the wrong place to post this. It should be in, 'Rate My Team'

Adzieboy
13th November 2005, 7:00 PM
Oh....woops lol. Yeah, i already took off pelipper (which was replaced by rayquaza) And my other pokemon was torkoal, so i took that off because of blaziken.

Thank you though!

Cipher
13th November 2005, 7:03 PM
Rayquaza isn't all powerful against the Hoenn Elite Four. It'd be a bit tricky to have him last against Glacia, Drake, and Wallace (who I assume has something with Ice moves.) And there's no reason to have lv. 50 Pokemon. With the right types, it's an easy victory with lv. 45 or there abouts.

Hukuzo
13th November 2005, 7:09 PM
Just use your favorites. Keep Ray for back up, just in case something goes wrong. Blaziken can take out Sid and Glalie by himself. Use someone with a dark attack for Phoebe. Walrein should be able to take out Drake. Breloom would do great against some of Wallace's team (water/ground) and Manectric for the others.

Adzieboy
13th November 2005, 7:10 PM
Leveling to 50 shouldnt really be a problem. I just train by Mauville...unless there is somewhere better to train?

Blue Blood
13th November 2005, 8:16 PM
One time I got really bored on Emerald. I just wanted to catch Sudowoodo. I caught Rayquaza and simply wooped the E4 with him. He last's just fine.

Train by Mauville? Do you mean new Mauville? Anyways, the best place to train would be against other trainers around Houen. Just look for the in the match call, find the and defeat 'em. It shouldn't be that hard, if you'll have any difficulty at all.

TRJessie579
13th November 2005, 8:41 PM
Moving to RMT, where these kind of things belong...it would also help if you posted movesets for your Pokemon so people can more easily help you out.

+Chaos Blade+
13th November 2005, 9:09 PM
Can anyone help me on what team i should use for the elite for on emerald (and on ruby, i have to do it there too, but emerald is more important).
The team i am raising right now consists of:
Walrein Lv44
Blaziken Lv48
Manetric Lv47
Breloom Lv43
Pelipper Lv43
Rayquaza Lv70

Other pokes i have raised are:
Golduck Lv33
Seviper Lv40
Torkoal Lv43

Focus on training Walrein, Blaziken, Manectric to Level 50+. Those three are important members of your team. Then, train a Flying-type, particularly Skarmory, or Tropius, being that its resistances to Water-types are essential, to Level 52+. But, Skarmory would be better against Phoebe, with its resistances to Ghost-types.

Drop Breloom, Pelipper, and the über Rayquaza, as they, especially Rayquaza, won't help in the fun of the battles here.

So, now, you should have:


Blaziken: Lv. 50+
Walrein: Lv. 50+
Manectric: Lv. 50+
Skarmory: Lv. 52+

Now, you'll need a good Grass-type to help in the defeat of Wallace. Tropius is okay, but most of Wallace's Pokémon have Ice-type Attacks, destroying Tropius in one blow, because of its 4x weakness to Ice.

A good choice will be Vileplume or Bellossom. They both have nearly equal statistics, but Bellossom can learn Solarbeam at Level 55, which is essential with Sunny Day.

Now, it's:


Blaziken: Lv. 50+
Walrein: Lv. 50+
Manectric: Lv. 50+
Skarmory: Lv. 52+
Bellossom: Lv. 55+

As for your last one, choose one that can help balance your team's dynamic, or a backup soldier for one of your comrades. Good luck.

S:C
14th November 2005, 2:41 AM
You didn't know this was about to be moved before, but now that it has been, please post movesets. Also, why did you make another thread based on this?

Tazzler
14th November 2005, 4:08 AM
Can anyone help me on what team i should use for the elite for on emerald (and on ruby, i have to do it there too, but emerald is more important).
The team i am raising right now consists of:
Walrein Lv44
Blaziken Lv48
Manetric Lv47
Breloom Lv43
Pelipper Lv43
Rayquaza Lv70

Other pokes i have raised are:
Golduck Lv33
Seviper Lv40
Torkoal Lv43
Walrein-Surf,IceBeam,Something,Something IB and Surf will be your main attacking moves.
Blaziken-Overheat,Sky Uppercut, Rock Slide, EQ or SD
Manectric-Crunch,TB,Thunder wave,HP special
breloom-Ditch
Rayquaza-Ditch
pelipper-ditch

Adzieboy
15th November 2005, 8:45 PM
Ah, i've done it now. I trained them all to level 50 and kicked some buttox!
I used a Cacturne and dropped pelipper. Didnt use Rayquaza once. Kept Breloom on, and used it against the Glalies and the dark pokemon.

chaos952
15th November 2005, 9:47 PM
Can you not read?

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?t=70051