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    Cool,I will try that thank you for the advice.
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    i'm trying to think of a moveset and nature for a Pre E4 Dragonite. I last used one with

    Adamant nature

    Wing attack
    Surf
    Brick Break
    Cant remember last move

    Can someone please help me with a moveset and Nature and also note my Earthquake has been used up for Nidoqueen.
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    @ The above.

    Without Earthquake or Dragon Dance, Adamant might not be the best nature on a pre-E4 'nite. If you could get one with a Mild, Rash, Lonely, or Naughty Nature, you'd be better off.

    Dragonite @ Leftovers
    Rash Nature
    Trait: Inner Focus
    - Ice Beam
    - Thunderbolt
    - Focus Punch / Brick Break
    - Wing Attack / Surf / Substitute / Thunder Wave

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    Thanks i'll go with the moveset

    - Ice beam
    - Thunderbolt
    - Brick Break
    - Wing attack for STAB

    Now for soft resetting
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    No, this is the best Dragonite. EQ or no EQ, this is best.

    Return.
    Wing Attack
    Brick Break
    Fire Blast/Ice Beam/Dragon Claw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattman324 View Post
    No, this is the best Dragonite. EQ or no EQ, this is best.

    Return.
    Wing Attack
    Brick Break
    Fire Blast/Ice Beam/Dragon Claw.
    Sorry, but no. I can assume from your stubborn tone that you've never bothered to wander onto smogon, perhaps not even the Serebii potw. Return is a horrible move on Dragonite. Wing Attack achieves 90 Base Power with Stab, and hits 2 types for super effective damage. If you want to use Ice Beam on Dragonite, you have to invest plenty of EVs into Special Attack. Therefore, it is wise to run at least 2 special moves, and Thunderbolt goes great with Ice beam, hitting every pokemon except Lanturn and Magneton for neutral damage. Fire Blast will be completely useless with the in-game accuracy hax.

    If you're even going to bother replying, please give my a solid reason as to why you would pick Return over Thunderbolt.

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    Could someone help me with an ingame sweeper set for Weezing?

    I don't want to mess with Pain Split and Memenro and whatnot.
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    Im sorry, but how am I supposed to teach Salamence Rock Slide in Ruby version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhydonex145 View Post
    Im sorry, but how am I supposed to teach Salamence Rock Slide in Ruby version?
    It's not possible



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    Hey, I just checked some pokemon, and as far as I could see, this bat was not posted yet:

    Crobat @ Choice Band
    Jolly (-SpAtt, +Spd)
    252 Att, 252 Spd, 6 HP

    - Sludge Bomb
    - Aerial Ace
    - Shadow Ball
    - Steel Wing

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    I need help with my aerodactyl. Here's his moveset now(I havnt beat the e4)

    pressure
    Jolly
    rock slide
    ancient power
    fly/aerial ace?
    Take down

    I'm going to give him earthquake when I get it but I don't know what his last move will be.
    I'm hoping for this:
    rock slide
    fly/aerial ace
    earthquake
    ?

    I'd give him double edge but he has pressure so I can't do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by foxyman1167 View Post
    Could someone help me with an ingame sweeper set for Weezing?

    I don't want to mess with Pain Split and Memenro and whatnot.
    Weezing @ Leftovers
    Naughty (+Atk, -SpDef)
    - Sludge Bomb
    - Shadow Ball
    - Return
    - Flamethrower/Thunderbolt

    or...

    Weezing @ Leftovers
    Rash (+SpAtk, -SpDef)
    - Flamethrower
    - Thunderbolt
    - Sludge Bomb
    - Shadow Ball

    The first set is apparently more physical offensive oriented, while the other set is more special/physical offensive oriented. Leftovers is standard and probably the best item for Weezing (unless you wanna try a CB all-out physical offensive Weezing... and you'd want Adamant for that). The natures listed boost the specific prime offensive orientation of the set, while decreasing SpDef. The reason is, as a (mixed-)sweeper, Weezing's going to want more offense and speed, not caring as much about defense... Weezing's defense is undeniably great, though, so it's not generally recommended to lower it. Instead, decreasing SpDef, Weezing's lowest stat after HP, becomes the best option when applying a (mixed-)sweeper Weezing.

    Sludge Bomb/Shadow Ball/Return/Flamethrower hits everything 3rd gen. for at least neutral damage except Ttar, while with Thunderbolt instead of Flamethrower, you hit everything 3rd gen. for neutral except Steelix. Make sure you have max happiness on Weezing if you go with Return.

    Flamethrower/Thunderbolt/Sludge Bomb/Shadow Ball hits everything for neutral 3rd gen., no exceptions that I can recall.

    Quote Originally Posted by Charizardmaster#1 View Post
    I need help with my aerodactyl. Here's his moveset now(I havnt beat the e4)

    pressure
    Jolly
    rock slide
    ancient power
    fly/aerial ace?
    Take down

    I'm going to give him earthquake when I get it but I don't know what his last move will be.
    I'm hoping for this:
    rock slide
    fly/aerial ace
    earthquake
    ?

    I'd give him double edge but he has pressure so I can't do that
    Return maxed out (102 BP) is probably the best replacement for Aero. If its happiness is negative and you don't feel like boosting it, Strength (as bad as it sounds) is your best normal-type attacking bet with Pressure. You could also try and quick test your Aero's Hidden Power.
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    Return maxed out (102 BP) is probably the best replacement for Aero. If its happiness is negative and you don't feel like boosting it, Strength (as bad as it sounds) is your best normal-type attacking bet with Pressure. You could also try and quick test your Aero's Hidden Power.
    What about fly? im not sure who i should give aerial ace because i have 3 flying types(i know stupid) charizard, dragonite, and aero so only one can have that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charizardmaster#1 View Post
    What about fly? im not sure who i should give aerial ace because i have 3 flying types(i know stupid) charizard, dragonite, and aero so only one can have that.
    Oh yes, sorry I forgot to address that! Fly would actually be better than Aerial Ace on Aero since it works in correlation with his Pressure ability; not to mention you get more power with Fly, just lower accuracy.

    I'd give Aerial Ace to Dragonite. It's coming off of (generally) higher Atk with Dragonite vs. Charizard. Another way you can decide between the two is:

    - Who has the less accurate movepool?
    - Which has the more physical oriented movepool?

    But anywho, just take concepts like that into account and you should be golden.
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    Oh yes, sorry I forgot to address that! Fly would actually be better than Aerial Ace on Aero since it works in correlation with his Pressure ability; not to mention you get more power with Fly, just lower accuracy.

    I'd give Aerial Ace to Dragonite. It's coming off of (generally) higher Atk with Dragonite vs. Charizard. Another way you can decide between the two is:

    - Who has the less accurate movepool?
    - Which has the more physical oriented movepool?

    But anywho, just take concepts like that into account and you should be golden.
    Thanks that should really help me put the finishing touches on my team.

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    Exeggutor@Leftovers
    Modest
    252HP 4Def 252SpA
    -Psychic
    -Giga Drain
    -Leech Seed
    -Sleep Powder

    Tell me if this will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple_Tangrowth View Post
    Exeggutor@Leftovers
    Modest
    252HP 4Def 252SpA
    -Psychic
    -Giga Drain
    -Leech Seed
    -Sleep Powder

    Tell me if this will work.
    For an in-game Poké that should be more than good enough. Sunny Day over Leech Seed and Solar Beam over Giga Drain is always an option if you want to go SunnyBeam(er) w/Chlorophyll boost, but I'd say your current set makes for an excellent sturdy, yet offensively powerful Exeggutor.
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    Hey, I'm looking for a 6th pokemon for my Emerald team. RSE is the only series I never got heavy into, and usually I have a well thought out team, and I try to have at least 12 types of moves on my team (my SS team has all 17). But I've just made it to Elite Four, and I only have 5 pokes, one of which is Raquaza (whom i dont want to use)

    If anyone knows good suggestions to round out my team, changes to the guys im using now, please let me know. Moves with *'s next to them are ones that I'm looking to replace (and equipment suggestions)


    Sceptile - Leaf Blade, Dig, Toxic, Fury Cutter*
    Sableye - Faint Attack, Shadow Ball, Fake Out*, Mean Look*
    Azumarill - Bubblebeam, Surf, Rollout, Blizzard (May replace with Walrein or Milotic)
    Spinda - Metronome, Dizzy Punch, DynamicPunch, Teeter Dance (I really like this)

    and Rayquaza - Fly, Thunderbolt, Outrage (maybe Dragon Claw)



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    My choice for an adamant Metagross is:
    ITEM: Metal Coat
    ATTACKS: Meteor Mash to have a correct match-up physical attack
    Psychic to have a correct match-up ranged attack
    Light Screen to maximize the defensive stats
    Hyper Beam for a final attack if I'm about to die
    My Uber-Pokemon team for Pokemon RSE:
    lvl. 100 Quirky
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    lvl. 100 Bold
    lvl. 100 Jolly
    lvl. 100 Calm
    lvl. 100 Sassy

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCBoogie View Post
    Hey, I'm looking for a 6th pokemon for my Emerald team. RSE is the only series I never got heavy into, and usually I have a well thought out team, and I try to have at least 12 types of moves on my team (my SS team has all 17). But I've just made it to Elite Four, and I only have 5 pokes, one of which is Raquaza (whom i dont want to use)

    If anyone knows good suggestions to round out my team, changes to the guys im using now, please let me know. Moves with *'s next to them are ones that I'm looking to replace (and equipment suggestions)


    Sceptile - Leaf Blade, Dig, Toxic, Fury Cutter*
    Sableye - Faint Attack, Shadow Ball, Fake Out*, Mean Look*
    Azumarill - Bubblebeam, Surf, Rollout, Blizzard (May replace with Walrein or Milotic)
    Spinda - Metronome, Dizzy Punch, DynamicPunch, Teeter Dance (I really like this)

    and Rayquaza - Fly, Thunderbolt, Outrage (maybe Dragon Claw)



    I feel so lame, I havent had trouble with a pokemon game since I was like ten (ten years ago)
    Replace Azumarill with Milotic. Add Metagross with Meteor Mash, Psychic, Hyper Beam and Light screen. Also, replace Sableye with a Ninetales with Iron Tail, Flamethrower, Hyper Beam and Return/Fire Spin OR a Torkoal with Overheat/Fire Blast, Heat Wave/Flamethrower, Body Slam and Earthquake. Otherwise your team is pretty good.
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    lvl. 100 Jolly
    lvl. 100 Bold
    lvl. 100 Jolly
    lvl. 100 Calm
    lvl. 100 Sassy

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    ^
    Milotic @ Leftovers (If in 3rd Gen)
    -Toxic
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Protect

    I believe all these moves are in Third Gen and this is ToxiStallTic.

    (Although I love Azumarril <3)


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    shuckle can be a good enough pokemon without having attacks that will be wasted on its base attack power of 10.

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    I have seen alot of moveset for Sceptile but only for timid of modest so what's the best moveset for Sceptile naive nature in generation 3(emerald)
    All attack move such as Crunch Dragon Claw Leaf Blade and Thunderpunch or Subseeder move like Leech Seed,Substitute,Leaf Blade and HP FIre/Ice
    and what item should it hold?
    Please reply me,thanks

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    If it's in game use the all out offensive one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky505 View Post
    If it's in game use the all out offensive one.
    Thanks for reply
    So what about in battle i mean pvp

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