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    The ultimate party

    What do you think would be the ultimate party?

    You can use any pokemon, you can list attacks with are possible for the pokemon to use and if you want their stats.

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    none, each party has a good counter, each party a person has there is a counter, so it is best to not tell your pokemon, as you can put a good counter to that team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimi
    none, each party has a good counter, each party a person has there is a counter, so it is best to not tell your pokemon, as you can put a good counter to that team.
    It is not your party it is what you think the perfect party would be.

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    6 spiritombs with wonderguard or

    1 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    5 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    2 spiritomb w/ wonder quard
    4 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    3 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    3 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    4 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    2 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    5 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    1 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    although w-o-w and toxic can easily defeat them. Or cradily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimi
    6 spiritombs with wonderguard or

    1 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    5 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    2 spiritomb w/ wonder quard
    4 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    3 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    3 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    4 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    2 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    5 spiritomb w/ wonder guard
    1 sableeyes w/ wonder guard

    although w-o-w and toxic can easily defeat them. Or cradily.
    What is special about spiritomb and wonder gaurd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.McCloud
    What is special about spiritomb and wonder gaurd?
    spiritomb and sableeyes have no weaknesses. wonder guard only makes super- effective moves hit.

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    6 lvl 100 lugias lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.McCloud
    What do you think would be the ultimate party?

    You can use any pokemon, you can list attacks with are possible for the pokemon to use and if you want their stats.
    If your still in the main game itself, I recomdend hunting down you a gibble and making it your side kick. Gibble, Luxaray, your starter, and a surfer (assuming your starter isn't piplip.) Infernape makes a pretty good side kick, along with Noctowl, which I recommend for the game section, since hypnosis, and light attacks can really turn around catching, and for that matter, loosing gym battles.



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    I'm personnaly partial to speedy physical attackers so pokes like Tauros and Blaziken are my cup of tea. What pokes do you prefer?
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    Ultimate Party:

    Rash Magikarp @ Leftovers
    -Splash
    -Tackle
    -Flail
    EVs: 123 HP : 22 Atk : 22 Def : 160 Sp. Atk : 180 Sp. Def : 3 Speed
    -My Opener. Splashes first, then follows up with Tackle.


    Docile Hoppip @ Choice Scarf
    -Splash
    -Encore
    Ev's: 150 Atk : 150 Sp. Atk : 21 Sp. Def : 189 Speed
    -My Mid-Game Sweeper. With Scarf, I should be able to out-speed most Shuckles and get a Splash in.

    Modest Clefairy @ Damp Rock
    -Splash
    -Follow Me
    Ev's: 133 HP : 64 Def: 252 Sp. Atk : 40 Sp. Def : 21 Speed
    -My tank. Follow me, then proceed with Splash.

    Gentle Lopunny @ Life Orb
    -Splash
    -Foresight
    Ev's: 211 Hp : 12 Atk : 12 Def : 12 Sp. Atk : 12 Sp. Def : 251 Speed
    -This is my Special Sweeper. I use foresight, so I can guarantee a Splash the next turn as long as it doesn't get Ko'd.

    Quirky Feebas @ Red Scarf
    -Splash
    -Tackle
    Ev's: 252 Hp: 1 Atk : 1 def : 252 Sp. Atk : 1 Sp. Def : 2 Speed
    -This is my Mixed-Sweeper. I can Tackle, then Splash at my foes. They won't know what hit them.

    Impish Smeargle @ Light Clay
    -Splash
    -Sand Storm
    Ev's: 123 Hp : 44 Atk : 27 Def. : 144 Sp. Atk : 19 Sp. Def : 153 Speed
    -This is my surprise tank. Splash first, then use Sandstorm. When storm is out, I can splash more times.


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