All I can remember is that trainer 77 has a trickbanded Alakazam and a Jirachi, Trainer 80 has a Groudon, etc. I will see what I can remember...
WHAT!? No way! Those Pokémon? ARGGH!!!! Unfair!its not as hard as it sounds really the jirachi presented no problem for me and neither did the groudon, only kyogre was a problem and even then it was only annoying but be careful anyway
btw i think trainer 100 has kyogre
Finnmonster said:WHAT!? No way! Those Pokémon? ARGGH!!!! Unfair!
Darn... what should I do with those weather effects? Maybe I should train Pokémon with Chlorophyll, Rain Dish or Swift Swim. I have only trained the ones I have had since the beginning. Like, Kyogre will destroy my Ampharos while Groudon scorches Meganium. And what should I do with Jirachi? I have no fire-type Pokémon and Umbreon's dead end is the steel side of that wishmaker fairy. Aww... better to start the whole game again. Or then I'll trade some ubers/legendaries, but then I wouldn't be a good trainer... Wait... KINGDRA! I'll get one. It will be good enough to cover my weaknesses.
Finnmonster said:Oh my... THANK YOU! I should've asked a team building help in RMT forums, but you didn't mind at all, did you?
Hmm. I have two Wobbs in total (I really thought Wobbuffet's uber, too?). I used them to catch beasts in FR/LG. I didn't remember that Cloud Nine ability at all (you see, I always catch ducks with Damp in case I meet shinies with self-destructive moves).
Anyway, should I level up all of my Pokémon or are 90 levels enough?
(Does somebody have the movesets of those 3rd gen legendaries? I'd like to get 'em)
Praetor said:using wobbuffet isnt cheap ,lol, everyone can use it, if u dont its your choice, but you should at least be prepared, if ur not prepared you deserve it if u lose
the point is: if u get beaten by a pansy using a wobbuffet, what does that make u
my advice is take whatever advantage u can get, if that means using a wobbuffet go for it