21st December 2012, 5:05 PM
a Pokemon you use in PMD, but not in the version games
I would say that Octillery is one that I use in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, but not in any version.
Octillery learn all the beam moves and they have line-of-sight range, which is pretty useful in Mystery Dungeon games. Also, it naturally learns Bullet Seed, which by any reason is a line-of-sight move with a high power in this game.
Last edited by Ditto B1tch; 21st December 2012 at 9:22 PM.
26th December 2012, 8:59 AM
Hmm. Well, ironically I first tried using Azelf competitively because of how much I liked it in PMD2... But that's different I suppose.
I use anything that looks cool in PMD2, since stats aren't nearly as influential or as varied as they are in the mainstream games.
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31st December 2012, 6:13 AM
Chingling. Its Wrap is invaluable for my party because it has crippled several outlaws/bosses that otherwise would have crushed my team. It is also easy to come by early in PMD2 and has decent stats. Too bad that it doesn't get much of a boost when it evolves...
Gible/Gabite/Garchomp: I don't have time to find a Gible in DP (they seem to be really, really rare, like Feebass). Having a dragon in your party is a benefit because you get great coverage and soaks up several common attacking types.
Ledian: Very useful for escorting a client in a dungeon because of Silver Wind, Mach Punch and Bullet Punch. Ironically, they also make Midnight Forest a pain to escort a client through b/c Silver Wind.
18th January 2013, 4:15 AM
Charmander's devastating heat wave in red and blue...
I'd never use it in any versions,, though.