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Ruby In-Game question

Discussion in '3rd Gen RMT' started by Latch, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. Latch

    Latch Funky Fresh

    What are the best move sets for Salamence, Tentacruel, Skarmory, Sceptile, Camerupt and Garvedoir?
     
  2. Wolfram74

    Wolfram74 Shiny Feebas

    Sceptile: You can go P. Attacker or S. Attacker; Crunch, Leaf Blade, Dragon Claw and Double Team/Leech Seed usually works well for me. If you have access to Emerald, Thunderpunch is also good. Or you can use Swords Dance with Aerial Ace and Brick Break.

    Tentacruel:

    ~Surf/Hydro Pump
    ~Giga Drain
    ~Ice Beam
    ~Barrier/Confuse Ray/Toxic/Mirror Coat/Haze (Something to help it with the low Defense, or just increase usefulness)

    You COULD try RestTalk on Tentacruel, but from its low Defense, it may or may not work well for you :/

    Salamence: You could go P. Att if you have access to Emerald/have plenty of TM's, or Sp. Att if you don't.

    ~Dragon Dance
    ~Earthquake
    ~Rock Slide/Brick Break/Fly/Aerial Ace
    ~Rock Slide/Brick Break/Fly/Aerial Ace

    ~Crunch
    ~Fire Blast
    ~Hydro Pump
    ~Dragon Claw

    Skarmory: Best utility in Gen III :) . Spikes/Whirlwind is what people use it the most for, with or without RestTalk. If you're just playing it in-game, then I suggest this

    ~Steel Wing
    ~Drill Peck
    ~Return
    ~Spikes/Toxic/Curse

    Gardevoir:

    ~Calm Mind
    ~Psychic
    ~Thunderbolt
    ~Will'o Wisp/Ice Punch

    Camerupt:

    ~Earthquake
    ~Rock Slide
    ~Flamethrower
    ~Eruption/Protect/Return/Body Slam
     
  3. Latch

    Latch Funky Fresh

    Thank you! Any suggestions on where to train Bagon?
     
  4. Wolfram74

    Wolfram74 Shiny Feebas

    If you mean to EV train it, fight Nuzleaf and Zangoose in route 114; each give 2 att pts. which doubles if you have macho brace.

    For Speed, go to route 118. 99% of the time, you'll encounter a Pokemon that gives Spd EV (literally). Zigzagoon, Wingul and Electrike all give 1 Spd EV, while Manectric and Linoone give 2 Spd EV.
     
  5. Latch

    Latch Funky Fresh

    Thank you! I'm not familiar with EV's at all, sadly. I wish I know more about them. Thank you, though.
     
  6. Wolfram74

    Wolfram74 Shiny Feebas

  7. Latch

    Latch Funky Fresh

    How do I determine where to train them for each stat.
     
  8. Wolfram74

    Wolfram74 Shiny Feebas

    Uh wherever you find Pokemon that give the right EV's. The places I mentioned above are good places to train a Bagon's attack and spd ev
     
  9. Latch

    Latch Funky Fresh

    Thank you so much. Just have to beat Wallace now. Joy.
     

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