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    I beat Pokemon White!


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    Quote Originally Posted by justinvwii View Post
    I beat Pokemon White!
    plz anyone give my young men a cookie or sumthing my goodness he has beaten the most easiest game in the world congrats..... not -__-

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    Quote Originally Posted by elementkg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by justinvwii View Post
    I beat Pokemon White!
    plz anyone give my young men a cookie or sumthing my goodness he has beaten the most easiest game in the world congrats..... not -__-
    No need to be a prick about it...

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    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Anyways, I have found a great spot for training. If your Pokemon are between the levels of 50 and 70+, go to the Giant Chasm. Equip the Pokemon you're training with the Lucky Egg and battle in the dark green grass or the double battle grass as I sometimes call it, and the Pokemon you encounter will be in their 60s and it gives you around 3000 EXP. My lowest is Sawk at 60 and highest is Serperior at 71. It works great for training. After I get them all to 67 or better, I will take on the Elite Four for a second time. Also, keep going back to Nimbasa City and go battle the trainers/athletes in the stadiums. Lots of battles, lots of EXP.
    Last edited by justinvwii; 06-12-2011 at 07:00 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosquid View Post
    Storm, when you get to Icirrus City, you should totally get a Stunfisk.
    Rage, Nick. RAAAAGE! D:< I've got a new Gible on my mind, I'll have you know.

    Quote Originally Posted by justinvwii View Post
    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Anyways, I have found a great spot for training. If your Pokemon are between the levels of 50 and 70+, go to the Giant Chasm.
    Yep, Giant Chasm is great for grinding when you're severely underleveled, since it has the highest level (or, nearly, I believe) Audino's in shaking grass. Only an 80% encounter rate (or, was it 90%...), but if you're really struggling after beating the E4 for the first time, this is the easiest way to grind. I believe it only damages you with Double Edge, and it ain't exactly a bruiser of a pokemon.

    But once you reach around 60+ with your team, as Justinvwii said, take advantage of both sports domes in Nimbasa. You get rare items (PP ups, Max Revives, etc.) and plenty of Exp. Once you hit around 70, give the E4 round 2 a shot. Once you've got them beat, you've got one of the best grinding spots in pokemon history.

    And, if you're willing to make the trip, Cynthia in Undella Town (spring only) and Miyamoto (all year) at Castelia are good Exp too, and not as hard as the E4 as a whole. However, beware that Cynthia certainly is stronger than the Champion. Or atleast IMO. But hey, if I can beat her with a lv. 60 Lucario alone, any good trainer shouldn't be too challenged.
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    Doth mine eyes deceive me.... CK.... Been too long. Feels like an eternity. And go figure, we both show up back around here around the same time... lol

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    It took a long time to decide but I've chosen to start a new game in White. Very tough decision. I will miss my team which you can view below:
    Haxorus Lvl 73 - X-Scissor, Outrage, Dragon Pulse, Earthquake
    Unfezant Lvl 72 - Fly, Air Slash, Sky Attack, Quick Attack
    Serperior Lvl 75 - Frenzy Plant, Leaf Blade, Leaf Storm, Giga Drain
    Simipour Lvl 72 - Surf, Crunch, Ice Beam, Dive
    Zebstrika Lvl 72 - Hyper Beam, Flame Charge, Thunderbolt, Discharge
    Sawk - Lvl 74 - Poison Jab, Bulk Up, Close Combat, Brick Break
    It was fun but it's time to start again! Oshawott, I choose you!


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    WHAT'S THIS?! A team being posted NOT in the Team thread?!?! Blasphemy, I say. BLASPHEMY!

    http://www.wiichat.com/forum/pokemon...m-page164.html

    :P

    Feel free to throw out your up and coming team plans, too.

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    I gotta admit: I am forever indebted to the ending of Pokémon BW.

    Every bit of it - Team Plasma's plan, the epic scenario, etc., reminded me of something I read when I was younger and had forgotten existed... the Pokémon manga.

    If you wanted a mature take on Pokémon, go read it. One of the more famous scenes from it is an Arbok getting CUT IN HALF. The majority of the Gym Leaders work for Team Rocket and the elite four want to KILL everybody...

    It's basically the Pokémon BW ending on crack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d_u_o View Post
    the Pokémon manga.

    If you wanted a mature take on Pokémon, go read it. One of the more famous scenes from it is an Arbok getting CUT IN HALF. The majority of the Gym Leaders work for Team Rocket and the elite four want to KILL everybody...
    My favorite answer to all the bigots who think pokemon is just for kids.

    Game Freak certainly did outdo themselves for the BW ending, the plot and almost everything not battle-mechanics related as well. It's nothing that'l get an award-winning adaptation, but hot damn is it a humongous improvement over what garbage we've been served over the past few years in terms of storyline, and much earlier on, poor dialogue.

    Not that I'll ever play pokemon for said storyline.

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