For me it was the elemental monkeys, and gigalith it wasn't as great a defender as I was led on to believe I also was disappointed that conkeldurr didn't get a huge move pool until BW2 the monkeys just were never strong enough to take even 2 hits when I used them, they were a complete disappointment....
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Self caught shinies on Y 24
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The more Pokemon that come out, the more useless, silly ones there are. I was very irritated by leveling up Woobat into Swoobat. A "Courting" Pokemon!?
My Crobat from Crystal Version will "Court" Swoobat's soul and rid it forever.
Liepard is the worst pokemon of 5th Gen.The stats and the ability are very bad.
I don´t like it.
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Pokemon with Hidden Abilities:
Spoiler:- Hidden Abilities:
Pokemon with Egg moves:
Ralts jolly with Memento, Shadow Sneak, Encore and Disable
Snivy timid with Glare, Mean Lock and Grassy Terrain
Buneary with Ice punch
Skarmory with Stealth rocks
Pikachu with Voltaje Tackle
Marill with Belly Drum and Aqua Jet
Charmander with Outrage and DD
Shuppet with Gunk shot, Destiny bond and Shadow sneak
Zubat timid with Hypnosis, Defog, Nasty plot and Whirlwind
Absol with Play Rough, Megahorn and Baton Pass
Riolu adamant with Bullet Punch, High Jump Kick and Vacuum Wave
Snorut adamant Switcheroo and Block
Torchic jolly with Baton Pass[SPOILER][/SPOILER]
I hated Liepard. It was like they needed a stereotypical cat/dog-like dark type pokemon to fill the bad guys' rosters, and they realized they couldn't use Mightyena like they did in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. So they just made a different sprite, killed its stats, and gave it the most annoying moveset ever. Fake-out, Bite, Flatter, Swagger, the works. >
In the one instance I used him, Golurk was underwhelming. I spent a TON of time leveling up Golett on Victory Road to get a Golurk before the Elite Four, and ended up not using him at all because he just didn't seem to be better than other, more economical options.
In my case, it was my Golurk who murdered the E4. I did a lot of EV training with the big guy and it helped. Brave Nature with a 29 in Attack: Riser is a killing machine.
He's now on my copy of B2; he was the very first Pokemon that I traded over.
Originally Posted by Ubersketchy
Golett is nothing but dead weight until you evolve it. It dies to everything. Golurk can handle itself, though.
Not really. I sent one over early on in my White run and that little guy was a savior. Braver--named for his Nature--killed anything that came at him and he was the one that cleaned Elesa's clock. In Black, I couldn't hit Elesa's Emolgas thanks to Volt Switch. In White, she could only stand there as Braver slapped them around. Ah, revenge is indeed sweet.
Braver's now a level 100 Golurk. He's spoiled and I love him.
Originally Posted by blink849
I don't get the hate for Golurk in this thread though. He has excellent typing, a good attack stat with decent defenses, and an awesome move set. Come on, he can learn FLY. He's a ghost/GROUND type, and he can learn FLY.
The big guy was my anchor, in all honesty. I wouldn't have beaten Ghetsis without my Golurk. Riser was an absolute murderer; all the EV training I did really helped him. He's spoiled rotten and my in-game baby.
And before anyone asks, Riser's my main flier. How fun is it to zip across the skies on the back of a ghost-bot?
Originally Posted by ☭Secret_Shocker☭
I thought Sawk and Throh were powerful, but they actually sucked. So back on the PC they were.
Throh sucked and sucked hard but my Sawk was a killer. I didn't want the twerp on my team until I tried to catch one and it nearly ripped my team apart. Needless to say, once I caught Hero he stayed with me and ended up a tad bit over-leveled. He kinda kicked the crud out of anything that came at him.
As to the topic at hand: I was severely disappointed in Pansear--no matter how high a level Ember was, it was KO'd in one shot by under-leveled opponents. When he hit 41, I said to heck with it and boxed him. I tried using Purrloin but it was a pack of suck and I won't train Blitzle at all. My hubby tried using one and said it outright blew chunks so I won't touch it.
I also can't use Hydreigon or Chandelure--their base forms are murder to train and I don't have the patience to stick with either one of them. You want put yourself through absolute torture? Try EV training a Deino. Ripping out wisdom teeth with a pair of pliers is less painful, believe me.
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Woobat and Elgyem. I caught Elgyem becuase he looked aborably epic but, when I actually attempted to use him...... He didn't gain a single experience point.... Not one.... He couldn't even handle a single pokemon by himself. By the Time, I got to Brycen, I decided to put him in the box. Seriosuly, It was bad to the point that I would rather have five pokemon than hae him on the team. Wooat was worse.
Hm... Unfezant, I think. Gets too many special Flying moves for a physical Pokemon. Even a Modest one I've tried in White 2 didn't work too well. (I still raised one up to level 100 in White, though...)
Also, Vanilluxe. While I love its design, its moveset is really poor. Nevertheless, I'm still gonna try to breed a good one and use it, one way or another. Because nothing strikes true terror like sentient dessert.
As much as I hate to say it, Serperior. I mean I know with Contrary they're the best grass type out there, but their movepool and overall stats are disappointing for the "serperior" name.
Still love 'em to death though, my starter and favorite pokemon of Gen 5 but I wish they had been more forgiving on the movepool.
Thankfully, a friend of mine has BW2 and is willing to tutor some better moves onto my dear Fleurdilis. So it's not as bad now.
Very Disappointing (i.e. - Oh God, why did I choose it?):
Serperior, Samurott, Simisage, Simisear, Simipour.
Moderately Disappointing (i.e. - If only that one thing was different): Emboar (too slow), Beartic (too slow), Hydreigon (evolves too late), Archeops (Defeatist - nuff' said), Crustle (Sp Def subpar), Eelektross (too slow).
Not Disappointing (i.e - I LOVE YOU SO MUCH, YOU AMAZING POKÉMON!): Darmanitan, Lilligant, Galvantula, Mandibuzz, Krookodile, Conkeldurr, Gothitelle.
Please excuse my caps. It's an emotional outburst.
I have the following games:
Yellow, Gold, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, LeafGreen, Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, Black, Black 2, Ranger, Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky, Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire.
Yes, I know. Those are a LOT of games. ^_^
I now have a Reshiram with 31 Sp Atk and 31 Speed.
Other IVs are crap but I don't really care. :P
Liepard. I really tried my best to like this pokemon, but I didn't succeed. I mean, I'm kinda used at training pokemon with trash stats, but this thing doesn't even have a proper movepool. Screw Liepard, for this once I'm gonna go mainstream and use Zoroark XD
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