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Planned Black 2 and White 2 Team?

Discussion in '5th Gen In-Game RMT' started by JD, May 31, 2012.

  1. JD

    JD Well-Known Member

    So I've been thinking about my Black 2 team and this is what I have so far..

    Black 2
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    Samurott
    Ice Beam
    Surf
    Grass Knot
    Megahorn

    Arcanine
    Extremespeed
    Flamethrower
    Wild Charge
    Reversal

    Jolteon
    Thunderbolt
    Shadow Ball
    Volt Switch
    Quick Attack

    Haxorus
    Dragon Dance
    Outrage
    Rock Slide
    Taunt

    Lucario
    Close Combat
    Extremespeed
    Aura Sphere
    ???

    Braviary
    Return
    Brave Bird
    Superpower
    ???
     
  2. chap196

    chap196 Well-Known Member

    For Haxorus
    Use Earthquake instead of Taunt because it give you a lot of coverage and it may get OHKO first after using Taunt.
    Hope this help
     
  3. Aurath8

    Aurath8 Well-Known Member

    Use Crunch over Aura Sphere since you need to be able to hit Ghosts. Swords Dance is your best bet for the final slot as a +2 Extremespeed will hurt a lot.

    Rock Slide for Braviary's last move. It gets boosted by Sheer Force, so it could see some use.

    Use Close Combat over Reversal on Arcanine. Even with the Defence drop its a lot more reliable than Reversal.

    If you can, use Hidden power[Ice] over Quick Attack on Jolteon. You'll need to breed for it but Quick Attack will be doing next to nothing with Jolteon's pitiful Attack.
     
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  5. EmboarTyrant

    EmboarTyrant Mewtwo Trainer

    Personally, I would go with a Mewtwo, as it can use Ice Beam, Shadow Ball, and Thunderbolt, plus you can put in either Psychic or Psystrike (when it is lvl 100). I may not be competitive, but I have a Mewtwo like that on my team right now, and it pretty much gives me an easy win. I would use Mewtwo instead of Jolteon, the others you could keep.
     
  6. JD

    JD Well-Known Member

    I never use legendary Pokemon on my in game team.. so Mewtwo is a big N-O for me. But yeah thanks for the advice guys! I'm going to start breeding the Pokemon I need for my team now.
     

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