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I have my own movesets for Blaziken and Sceptile, but I can't remember their stats...

{sceptile} @Leftovers
Rock Tomb
Leaf Blade
Aerial Ace
Dragon Claw

{blaziken} @Leftovers
Rock Tomb
Blaze Kick
Brick Break
Aerial Ace

of course, I don't really focus on moves like Rest or Thunder Wave, but I don't think these are too bad :?

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Thu May 31, 2007 11:28 pm
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Wow, finally someone(s) made a guide that is helpful to trainers that have problems making choices on movesets for their pokemon.

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Wow...My real question is, does anyone actually go through all the time to get the right DVs for HP and then get the excact EVs and then the relatively easy task of getting to lv100?


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Hammer? wrote:
Wow...My real question is, does anyone actually go through all the time to get the right DVs for HP and then get the excact EVs and then the relatively easy task of getting to lv100?


Yes, it's called the competitive battling, and it makes a difference. Perfect DVs in HP isn't important, the only stat that needs to be perfect is Speed in sweepers.

You don't need to get to LV. 100 by the way, the game does it for you in battles.


Sun Aug 26, 2007 6:22 pm
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i often used sceptile as a sub-seeder and special sweeper combo
i find it works great because of his speed
Sceptile
Item: Leftovers or Scope Lens
Ability: Overgrow
Nature: Modest or Timid
EV Spread: 252 SA 252 Spd 4 HP
Attacks:
Leaf Blade
Crunch / Toxic
Leech Seed
Substitute


Wed Aug 29, 2007 11:42 am
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solieus wrote:
For the moves that are the "best" or one of in each element, they are normally only 5pp or 10 pp but it's rare. I find that unless you're really lucky and can scrounge up some pp ups that these moves are very inconvenient, making you either always run to a pkm centre or stock up on pp berries, yet they are normally part of the standards in most pokemon.

ex. for the moveset on ludicolo: giga drain, doesn't giga drain have 5 pp? Can there be an alternative for these types of moves, especially for going through elite four or gym leaders since you don't have a break between pokemon, and item using is a waste of a turn if it can be otherwise avoided?

thanks


I think these sets are for BF, Link battles and Nb. Because you can go ingame even with magikarp. (One player in finnish did this)

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how can clefable learn cosmic power and moonlight?


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[quote="whipwhip"]how can clefable learn cosmic power and moonlight?[/quote]
Clefable can't but Clefairy CAN.


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Why there is'nt a set for Pikachu? It's in my opinion a lot better than raichu.

Pikachu @ Light ball
Modest/Timid
Evs: 252 Spd 252 SpAtt 4 Hp
-T-bolt
-Surf
-HP Grass/Ice
-Substitute
Special sweeper. If you got Sub to Protect you, this sweeps with nice 398/436 SpAtt. Pikachu needs sub. Without it, it dies to anything.


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i see you dont have a Scyther moveset


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To save some hassle, movesets are provided only for fully-evolved Pokemon. Yes, there might be unevolved Pokemon worth using, but they weren't listed for methodical reasons.

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