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Farting Nudist
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posted 07-08-2001 10:56 PM      Profile for BigCheese   Email BigCheese   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Fisrt one I didn't get any replys >_< So here's the updated version. Oh, and please no profanity, I have this damn little internet block that will stop the word f|_|ck if you have to type it, type it like that please, I know, it's a bunch of sh1t, but... thanks.

Okay, the strategy is to attack, attack, attack, then Rest when you need to. Wake up with the Mint Berry if you have it, then when you rest the next time, retreat to Miltank, and Heal Bell.

Mr. Mime:
>> Leftovers
Encore or Fire Punch

Well, I realized that Reflect just wasn't needed for anyone (except Ho-Oh who might not be in here anymore), so I went with just LightScreen, now Encore or Fire Punch? I'm leaning towards Encore because that'll make 'em retreat in which I ThunderWave the new guy, but the thing is, if I drop Ho-Oh, I'll have no fire attacks! Steel types could be a problem. Oh, and not Hypno, he's not fast enough to use Encore.

>> Leftovers
Body Slam or Return
Attract or Psych Up
Heal Bell
Milk Drink

I still can't choose! Paratraction is great and so is Psych Up and Return!!! It's really hard to choose, probably Body Slam and Attract because he's not supposed to stay out there for very long. But if he does, Psych Up and Return is great! I really don't know, if he goes down, my teams in trouble... but I could still battle, just not as easily.

>> Thick Club
Rock Slide
Substitute or Fire Blast

Substitute is just to help out against exploding, and water/grass/ice attacks. If I don't know if they are retreating their Jolteon to a flying or water type, I'll just set up a sub. But, Fire Blast could be used to take out Skarmory's and Foretresses and Scizors and Steelixes... which one do you recommend?

>> Mint Berry
Cross Chop
Rock Slide

You know this guy, an excellent cleaner, and a great addition to the team. Nothing is resistant to all those attacks, and most Pokemon are resistant, that's why he went in here.

>> Mint Berry
Drill Peck

Finally, Cursia will be destroyed by this guy! There are sooooo many Cursia's around where I live, so this guy will nail them!!! His weaknesses, Marowak can cover easily, and Whirlwind will get rid of their Curses, and keep me with mine!!!

>> Mint Berry
Mirror Coat

I could use another Roarer, Mirror Coat is great, and he will have Rest, which is why I'm leaning towards Suicune. With Suciune, looks at my weaknesses....


Only Electric and Grass are SE against 2 in my team. In case of grass types, I have Skarmory, and Suicune can Mirror Coat, in case of Electrics, I have Marowak, and Suicune can Mirror Coat. That's why I'm leaning towards Suicune.


Blissey/Chansey will hold up their proud tradition of beating two or more Mewtwo's in a row!

Psyduck rules!

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Farting Nudist
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posted 07-09-2001 07:33 AM      Profile for ThumbsOfSteel     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Mr. Mime: use encore.

Miltank: I like return and psych up.

Marowak: Use fire blast.

Machamp: I guess it works.

Skarmory: good. I was thinking of something like this to beat Curselax.

Suicune: Good.

How to ruin a Snorlax:
defense curl

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