Brick Break is STAB. I love Hoenn starters. Blazikan is a typo. Gardevoir is always a fan favorite, and can be used for absolute slaughter against anything not prepared for it. Skyuppercut Graveler/Golem: Earthquake, Rock Blast, Double-Edge, Dig It has a high speed stat, and is a good sweeper. Cut (hm, more utility than nessecity, though it at least gets stab) Aggron is another Pokemon that's strong overall. Speed boost with availability to Stone Edge, Brave Bird, Hi Jump Kick and Flair Blitz it can destroy anything in it's path, you can also run it with Baton Pass and Swords Dance to setup another party member. - Dragon Claw - Thunder Wave (lvl 4) Blaze Kick/ Flamethrower/Overheat/Fire Blast (Stab, blaze kick hi crit & lvl up, flamethrower unevolved lvl up or tm, more power and acc, overheat to quickly finish foes, but lowers SpA,Hi power tm to be purchased, but low pp and somewhat low accuracy) Question for Pokemon Ruby. Thunderwave/return/iron tail: Choose two. Although, some weaknesses are more detrimental than others. Combusken is a powerful early game Pokémon. Rest is for recovery and with the Chesto Berry you need not worry about waking up. Waterfall HM and another stab. What is a good in-game team for Red, Blue and Yellow? - Thunderbolt (TM) Hidden power (coverage, type does not matter as long as it is not electric (though a special type hp is best (fire, water, grass, ice, psychic, dragon, dark), nor does base power, as even bp30 hurts a heck of a lot coming from a light ball pikachu) Altaria-Fly, Flamethrower, Steel wing, Dragon breath. Solar Beam Wattson basically just sweeps all of my Pokémon with magneton and manectric, bite and future sight are special attacking moves so sword dance doesnt help much, yeah i know, but it works very well with slash, believe me xp. L'histoire Salamence/Chesto Berry Earthquake Mega Blaziken, once you can evolve Blaziken, gets higher Attack power and a Speed Boost ability, making him an even better sweeper. This article has been viewed 59,167 times. [1]: http://img.pokemondb.net/sprites/black-white/normal/blaziken.png BTW I like how you made the Moveset look to be potential for sweeping! Physchic Rock Tomb is type coverage. Sceptile gets a bunch of Grass options. Takes down Sidney's Team (Brick Break), Glacia's Team (Brick Break), Steven's Skarmory, Metagross (Flame thrower), Cradily, Aggron (Brick Break). This team helped me through the Hoenn League, so try it out! Although its speed is impressive, this starter will struggle with many gyms along your journey. Earthquake How to level up faster without any rare candy. hyper beam/protect/rest (hi power coverage, recharge inconsequential for a bulky hi atk mon, block moves from hitting/Heal). Dig is to escape caves. Stats:HP 70 250 - 344 ATTACK 85 157 - 295 DEFENSE 65 121 - 251 SP. Brick break/dig/irontail (coverage, choose two), Manetric: earliest obtainable If you simply want to update your post, use the 'edit' button. Aggron- earthquake, iron tail, double edge, take down, Psychic + Thunderbolt is a good attacking combo to use, especially since Ralts gets Calm Mind as a level-up move. then u can give aggron double edge instead. T-bolt/spark/Thunder (Stab; tm, best electric move/lvl up, less powerful/renewable tm, high power, low accuracy without lock on or rain dance) Probably others too. wikiHow is a “wiki,” similar to Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors. Don't know anything else... Aggron. I usually save TM Thirty-Something Brick Break for this guy if he has a Hasty (-Def, +Spd) or Naive nature (-SDef, +Spd.). Ralts is rare, evolves into Kirlia in Level 20, and evolves again after 10 levels. Rain dance is if you want to use thunder, though remember rain weakens blaziken's fire moves), Magneton: Obtained at same time as you can get tm 24 t-bolt, bulky due to steel typing, can use thunder with lock on, slow Swellow: Fly, Aerial Ace, Return, Steel Wing/Facade why all the special type moves on absol? Ice beam only weakness coverage.(grass). This usually ends up being my Surfer for a while. Faint Attack is awesome due to its inability to miss. Especially after you teach it TM36 Sludge Bomb. Mudkip, considering stats, in-game competitors, and weaknesses, is the best starter for Hoenn. Strength is good HM. Ability: Effect Spore Dragon Claw (coverage, tm) Bite is good coverage. Lockon/raindance/metalsound/supersonic (first 2 only for thunder; metal sound lets special moves hit even harder/supersonic can confuse, though highly inaccurate (though magneton's steel typing lets it survive a few misses) Mudkip evolves into a Water/Ground-type. Manectric- spark, thunder, bite, quick attack. Its type gives it few weaknesses. Flamethrower Not including legendar.. Where is Captain Stern in Slateport City? Starting with Thunderbolt is that classic move choice for an electric type, and also helps that it can paralyze. Shelgon. I'll bold the thoughts now that you mention it, Ah! What are the 3 best grass type Pokemon in Ruby? - Flamethrower Possible discussion points include ease-of-use, team synergy and coverage for key battles. rest/toxic/twave/reflect (heal, steel's resistance's lets it take little damage during 2 turns of sleep/stalling move/reliable paralysis/team support), Salamence: obtained very late and evolves late, but legendary stats and moves, and emerald's rematches make grinding easier There are very few Pokémon that Swampert has trouble dealing with. Treecko is the only Hoenn starter that keeps its sole grass-type throughout its evolution. -Fly is the reason to use this guy, if that HM didn't exist we wouldn't need a Flying type. Surf Nature doesnt matter to much as Swampert is more or less an HM slave Aside from this, its base stats are not the best. Treeko is the best starter because out of every Pokemon in the league (including Blazeiken/Swampert) Sceptile (Treecko's final evolution) beat a flipping Darkrai!!!! Modest Nature Shelgon can evolve into Salamence, a psuedo-legendary Pokemon, at level 50. -Leaf Blade is STAB, Dragon Claw is coverage. It is helpful to note that these games were released prior to the Gen 4 physical-special split. Weaknesses: Fighting, Ground, Water. false swipe/earthquake (catching Pokemon,lvl up/ coverage, tm 26), Swampert: If you need a mon with as few weaknesses as possible, can shrug off even 4x SE moves, can hit back hard, and don't give a darn about speed, swampert's your guy Faint Attack is Dark type STAB. Its speed is the highest out of all the starters once it reaches Sceptile. Tri attack (coverage,lvl up, can burn, freeze, or paralyze) Calm mind: Boost spa and spdef -Get it at the start of the game. Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 59,167 times. Treecko is the only Hoenn starter that keeps its sole grass-type throughout its evolution. - Sky Uppercut (lvl 36) Fly I posted this six years ago. Surf Aggron helps with the Ice and Dragon members of the E4, by helping to take down the Ice types with Iron Tail and Brick Break, and resisting the STAB moves of the dragons. Strength/return: Normal stab. Hypnosis, Aggron- Fireblast/Flamethrower/brick break/ earthquake/Crunch (coverage, choose two; renewable tm/more reliable, but less power and harder to get/physical fighting/physical ground/Levelup, but doesn't provide any coverage against steel types). It was helpful in the beginning of the game before you got Surf. Submit your team as an answer, not a comment. Slash Bite: Best bet for special coverage, and actually not bad. Taillow/Swellow Worked REALLY well for me as a Flier AND fighter. wikiHow is a “wiki,” similar to Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors. Double Team for annoyance, as previously discussed. Ludicolo. 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