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    ^ That's the beauty of "competitive" Pokemon; challenges like this become a breeze for us experts. Still a challenge 'course, so it's a lot more fun than just playin' the game through normally. The least enjoyable experience in all of Pokemon is playin' through the game as it is IMO (not to say that it ain't fun 'course). Pokemon really is infinite and goes on forever in that there's always somethin' to do with the game, hence my challenge thread.

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    Swampert
    -Earthquake
    -Surf
    -Blizzard
    -Take Down

    Slaking
    -Fire Blast
    -Brick Break
    -Bulk Up
    -Hyper Beam
    good movesets yaaaaaaaaaaay

    Better than what I'd give lawl, I particularly like the Slaking moveset. Not surprised ya gave it Hyper Beam since ya mentioned how recharge moves ain't useless in-game in regards to ya XD playthrough, and they really ain't; specially not on a Slaking. Thanks bro. Hopefully these two survive long enough to use said movesets.

    Anyways, time for my first Challenge Update.

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    I'll be doing a Scramble/Monotype/Moveset on White with 6 Ground Pokemon
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    Welcome back t' the thread, Arsinik. =) I'll give ya Mamoswine and Claydol. Updatin' with movesets in a moment.


    Mamoswine:

    Earthquake
    Ice Fang (you'll need a Heart Scale to learn the move after Swinub evolves, the move-relearner is in Mistralton)
    Rock Slide (TM found in Mistralton Cave)
    Strength

    The moves are pretty obvious. Earthquake and Ice Fang for good STAB, Rock Slide is a good move and hits quite a few Pokemon alongside a Ground move, and Strength since some Poke has to have it in the party; might as well be Mamoswine. It's moveset is pretty awesome with just the three other moves after all.

    Claydol:

    Earth Power
    Extrasensory
    Reflect (Nimbasa City, buy for 30,000)
    Light Screen (Nimbasa City, buy for 30,000)

    Claydol is very bulky, so I thought I'd make it so the moveset plays to those strengths. I'd of given it just Light Screen (Ground types usually have poor Special Defense after all, it'd help the team) and a recovery move if it learned one, but it doesn't... ... ... What Psychic types don't learn Recover? -_- If ya end up havin' to grind a ton to afford both of the TMs, I'll drop Reflect for another move if necessary down the line.

    So yeah, that's my new moveset format. Bold for STAB, italics for TMs, nothin' for moves that ain't either of those. Why, ya ask? Why the hell not. ... Says Count Dirge.
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    Assuming this is in B/W.

    Nidoking
    -Earth Power
    -Thunderbolt
    -Poison Jab
    -Ice Beam

    Stunfisk
    -Discharge
    -Sandstorm
    -Earth Power
    -Surf
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    Should he do 6? or 4-5 so he can have HM slave(s)?

    If 5, I'll give him a Wiscash
    -Earthquake
    -Water Pulse
    -Rest
    -Waterfall

    If 6, I'll give him a Gliscor
    -Double Team
    -Acrobatics
    -Dig
    -Stone Edge

    hope that isn't too easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockerJ View Post
    Should he do 6? or 4-5 so he can have HM slave(s)?
    You hardly need HMs in White, especially since Stunfisk and Claydol will know Surf and Strength, so all I need is cut to get into the Dream Yard

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSBfreakCK View Post
    Mamoswine:

    Earthquake
    Ice Fang (you'll need a Heart Scale to learn the move after Swinub evolves, the move-relearner is in Mistralton)
    Rock Slide (TM found in Mistralton Cave)
    Strength

    The moves are pretty obvious. Earthquake and Ice Fang for good STAB, Rock Slide is a good move and hits quite a few Pokemon alongside a Ground move, and Strength since some Poke has to have it in the party; might as well be Mamoswine. It's moveset is pretty awesome with just the three other moves after all.

    Claydol:

    Earth Power
    Extrasensory
    Reflect (Nimbasa City, buy for 30,000)
    Light Screen (Nimbasa City, buy for 30,000)

    Claydol is very bulky, so I thought I'd make it so the moveset plays to those strengths. I'd of given it just Light Screen (Ground types usually have poor Special Defense after all, it'd help the team) and a recovery move if it learned one, but it doesn't... ... ... What Psychic types don't learn Recover? -_- If ya end up havin' to grind a ton to afford both of the TMs, I'll drop Reflect for another move if necessary down the line.

    So yeah, that's my new moveset format. Bold for STAB, italics for TMs, nothin' for moves that ain't either of those. Why, ya ask? Why the hell not. ... Says Count Dirge.
    Editted in the movesets.

    Looks like you're ready to go with the Challenge bro, good luck. Gligar can learn Cut, so you'll be able t' get into the Dream Yard fine.

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    I edited the team. I can give Nidoking Sheer Force if you'd like, and Stunfisk Sand Veil. I imagine Sandstorm will really help this team out, being all ground and all.




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    Weather is never very useful in-game IMO. It's just unnecessarily potent, overkill. I can only imagine it bein' practical with Rain Dance abuse in-game for a ridiculously tough challenge.

    If you'd make 'em a good Stunfisk (with Earth Power namely; it's an egg move ya fool lol) 'n Nidoking, that'd be mighty fabulous of ya.

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