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    Default hardest pokemon to beat from each generation to beat.

    everyone has one so whats yours for me it was:
    1. dragonite- I got lucky with the elite four
    2.quagsire- I never liked grass types
    3. roselia and milotic - the amount of times my swampert was 1HKO by one of those was annoying and milotics were so annoying for me then
    4.spirtomb - although I beat the champion first time in sinnoh spirtomb took down 4 pokemon until my lv55 newly evolved blissey took it down with one it
    5. hydreigon- until I learnt that big bad things don't like bugs
    so what about you?


    edit I've just realised the title repeats to beat twice my bad.
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    From Gen 4? YANMEGA. DEFINITELY YANMEGA. Let those things live and use Speed Boost they turn out to be a pain. ._. Gen 5? Hydreigon and Jellicent. OH DEAR GOD JELLICENT. >.>
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    To me none of them are hard, even with my hatred to Rain Teams as they all have there own counters and checks with the exception of White Kyurem who has no counters due to his immense Special Attack and movepool.

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    Gen 1-Dragonite. Take Lance and his f****** three dragonites.THREE!!!

    Gen 2-Nothing really :/

    Gen 3-Torkoal. Too much defense.

    Gen 4-Garchomp.

    Gen 5- Archeops. If it's faster and has acrobatics, you're screwed.
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    Gen 1-Machamp

    Gen 2-Azumarill

    Gen 3-Salamance

    Gen 4-Mamoswine

    Gen 5- Me!


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    My Personal Experiences...

    RSE - Norman's Slaking (Why, why didn't I raise a fighting type)
    HGSS - Lance's Full Restore chugging Dragonites
    DPPt - Cynthia's Spiritomb
    BW - Elesa's Emolga's
    BW2 - Drayden's Entire Team (I was severely under leveled though so my own fault)

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    That stupid bronzong from gen 4, oh and i hate weavile... and leipard for gen 5 by far, although i can't ever get it to work for me! For other gens idk but i'd have to say 1: snorlax, 2: scizor and gen 3 probably metagross.

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    Well...

    Gen I - I would say it's a toss-up between Mewtwo and Dragonite.
    Gen II - Whitney's. Freaking. Miltank.
    Gen III - Metagross.
    Gen IV - Maylene's Lucario, which I'm always ill-prepared for no matter how much preparation I put forth for that battle.
    Gen V - Hydreigon.

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    Kanto: Any Psychic-Type in Generation I; No Pokémon in particular in Generation III.

    Johto: ...nothing?

    Hoenn: Juan's Kingdra.

    Sinnoh: Fantina's Mismagius. Bronzor. Cynthia's Togekiss and Garchomp.

    Unova: Lenora's Watchog. Curse you, Retaliate.

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    By Generation:
    -Gen 1: Not one specifically, but there are a lot of toughies.
    -Gen 2: Again, no one specific species, but I remember Jasmine's Steelix giving me pains. (Miltank wasn't that bad, guys. And in Gen 4, you can get Heracross before then.)
    -Gen 3: Norman's Slaking.
    -Gen 4: Cynthia's Garchomp.
    -Gen 5: Lenora's Watchog is pretty annoying for its point in the game, and Elesa's Emolgas kind of throw you off. The rest, though? Nnnnnot really. (Hydreigon, you say? Sawk OHKO'd it with Close Combat. Possibly even with Brick Break.)
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    Generation 1: Aerodactyl
    Generation 2: Tyranitar
    Generation 3: Milotic
    Generation 4: Garchomp
    Generation 5: I don't really know.

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    Generation 1: Dragonite. Lance has 3 of these things later on, and they fu**ing work!
    Generation 2: Milktank, my only grip is her extreme bulk that early in the game.
    Generation 3: Milotic... Don't ask why.
    Generation 4: Garchomp, boy was he broken for the longest time!
    Generation 5: Therian Forme Tornadus, competative matches against this thing were a pain. Good thing we now have checks!
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    From a competitive viewpoint because no one has done it yet:

    1: Mewtwo. Hands down. Chansey was probably the hardest outside of free rules.
    2: Blissey. Because it's an even bigger Chansey.
    3. Still probably Blissey. At least now there's a few counters to it like Arena Trap Dugtrio and Mixed Salamence.
    4. Garchomp. Garchomp you ruined the metagame for months. Hope you're happy. It's probably lucario or Scizor now.
    5. There's so many threats in 5th gen it's unbelievable. It's hard to pick a definite standout threat.

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    1: Machamp (Bruno)
    2: Miltank (Whitney)
    3: Ludicolo (Everyone's)
    4: Spiritomb (Cynthia's)
    5: Zekrom (N's) or Emolga (Elesa's; volt switch, volt switch, volt switch etc.)


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    No Pokemon is really hard for me really, to me it depends on the trainer.

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