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MyGyaradosOwns
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posted 12-31-2004 07:21 PM      Profile for MyGyaradosOwns   Email MyGyaradosOwns   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
How's this look for my dragonite?

Substitute
Focus Punch
Body Slam/Ice Beam <-- Which should i use?
Dragon Claw

And what about this for my mewtwo?

Flamethrower <-- Surprising Useful, i advise it
Calm mind
Psychic
Recover

gyarados

Dragon Dance
Quake
Taunt
Surf???

and this for charizard?

Flamethrower
Sunny Day
Fly??? Not ure, i'm using it as a filler
Blast Burn <-- Should i use fire blast?

Although BB wastes one turn after use, i only use it as a last resort when flamethrower isn't working, and i find that the extra power and accuracy is better than the 140 power, 85 accuracy of fire blast, but what do you guys think?

I don't really know why i'm using fly..., it is semi-handy though. what should i switch for?

Any help with these guys would be appreciated.

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I like Dragons.

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MyGyaradosOwns
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*120 dmg of fireblast, not 140

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