Pokémon: Beat the Game!

#1 Edited by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

RULES

  • One can only select a Pokémon from each game, not from any other game. I.E. Play first gen, I can not choose from any other. I play second gen, I can not choose from any other etc.
  • If a Pokémon that appears first on one generation Pokédex while existing on other, you can only have him from the generation it appears on. I.E. Machop is on the second and third gen Pokédex, you can only choose him from the first gen since that is when it first appeared.
  • If you choose a Pokémon that evolves into something else in another generation, it will not be evolved.
  • You must choose 6 Pokémon
  • You can not choose the same Pokémon twice
  • Only choose Pokémon that can be caught or traded in that region
  • No gift Pokémon I.E First gen: Mew. Second Gen: Celebi etc.
  • Must choose a starter Pokémon so you know what set of Pokémon you fight against for the Champion
  • You do not have to use your starter Pokémon
  • All your Pokémon will be level 65 going into the battles
  • Having moves are optional
  • If you do choose to have moves, then you can only learn moves that are in a generation, first gen: Red/Blue/Yellow and they must be able to learn that move. I.E Golduck can not learn Flamerthrower
  • You will battle them continuously with the only break is to heal your Pokémon with your items
  • You will have 1 Potion/2 Super Potion/3 Hyper Potion/4 Max Potion/5 Full Restore/10 Full heal from the beginning of each tournament
  • When I eventually add the other tournaments, you can hold items. (I'll probably add them some time on Monday at the most if this thread takes off)

If rules are not clear. Ask me and I will elaborate. Moe may be added

Round One

First Generation: You can only choose from 1-150 (No Mew)

The Elite Four

Lorelei

Dewgong: Level 54 (Water/Ice)

  • Bubblebeam
  • Aurora Beam
  • Rest
  • Take Down

Cloyster: Level 53 (Water/Ice)

  • Supersonic
  • Clamp
  • Ice Beam
  • Spike Cannon

Slowbro: Level 54 (Water/Psychic)

  • Surf
  • Psychic
  • Withdraw
  • Amnesia

Jynx: Level 56 (Ice/Psychic)

  • Doubleslap
  • Ice Punch
  • Lovely Kiss
  • Thrash

Lapras: Level 56 (Water/Ice)

  • Body Slam
  • Confuse Ray
  • Hydro Pump
  • Blizard

Bruno

Onix: Level 53 (Rock/Ground)

  • Rock Throw
  • Dig
  • Slam
  • Screeh

Hitmonchan: Level 55 (Fighting)

  • Ice Punch
  • Fire Punch
  • Thunderpunch
  • Double Team

Hitmonlee: Level 55 (Fighting)

  • Double Kick
  • Double Team
  • Hi Jump Kick
  • Mega Kick

Onix: Level 56 (Rock/Ground)

  • Rock Slide
  • Screech
  • Earthquake
  • Slam

Machamp: Level 58 (Fighting)

  • Leer
  • Strength
  • Karate Chop
  • Submission

Agatha

Gengar: Level 56 (Ghost/Poison)

  • Confuse Ray
  • Lick
  • Substitute
  • Mega Drain

Golbat: Level 56 (Flying/Poison)

  • Supersonic
  • Leech Life
  • Wing Attack
  • Toxic

Haunter: Level 55 (Ghost/Poison)

  • Confuse Ray
  • Lick
  • Hypnosis
  • Dream Eater

Arbok: Level 58 (Poison)

  • Wrap
  • Glare
  • Screech
  • Acid

Gengar: Level 60 (Ghost/Poison)

  • Confuse Ray
  • Psychic
  • Hypnosis
  • Dream Eater

Lance

Gyarados: Level 58 (Water/Flying)

  • Hydro Pump
  • Dragon Rage
  • Leer
  • Hyper Beam

Dragonair: Level 56 (Dragon)

  • Thunderbolt
  • Slam
  • Thunder Wave
  • Hyper Beam

Dragonair: Level 56 (Dragon)

  • Wrap
  • Bubblebeam
  • Ice BEam
  • Hyper Beam

Aerodactyl: Level 60 (Rock/Flying)

  • Wing Attack
  • Fly
  • Swift
  • Hyper Beam

Dragonite: Level 62 (Dragon)

  • Blizzard
  • Fire Blast
  • Thunder
  • Hyper Beam

Blue

If you chose Bulbasaur.

Sandslash: Level 61 (Ground)

  • Earthquake
  • Slash
  • Poison Sting
  • Fury Swipes

Alakazam: Level 59 (Psychic)

  • Psybeam
  • Psychic
  • Kinesis
  • Recover

Exeggutor: Level 61 (Grass/Psychic)

  • Barrage
  • Hypnosis
  • Stomp
  • Leech Seed

Cloyster: Level 63 (Water/Ice)

  • Ice Beam
  • Spike Cannon
  • Aurora Beam
  • Clamp

Magneton: Level 61 (Electric)

  • Thunderbolt
  • Thunder Wave
  • Screech
  • Swift

Flareon: Level 65 (Fire)

  • Flamethrower
  • Quick Attack
  • Smog
  • Fire Spin

If you chose Charmander.

Sandslash: Level 61 (Ground)

  • Earthquake
  • Slash
  • Poison Sting
  • Fury Swipes

Alakazam: Level 59 (Psychic)

  • Psybeam
  • Psychic
  • Kinesis
  • Recover

Exeggutor: Level 61 (Grass/Psychic)

  • Barrage
  • Hypnosis
  • Stomp
  • Leech Seed

Magneton: Level 61 (Electric)

  • Thunderbolt
  • Thunder Wave
  • Screech
  • Swift

Ninetales: Level 61 (Fire)

  • Fire Spin
  • Tail Whip
  • Quick Attack
  • Confuse Ray

Vaporeon: Level 65 (Water)

  • Hydro Pump
  • Aurora Beam
  • Quick Attack
  • Mist

If you chose Squirtle.

Sandslash: Level 61 (Ground)

  • Earthquake
  • Slash
  • Poison Sting
  • Fury Swipes

Alakazam: Level 59 (Psychic)

  • Psybeam
  • Psychic
  • Kinesis
  • Recover

Exeggutor: Level 61 (Grass/Psychic)

  • Barrage
  • Hypnosis
  • Stomp
  • Leech Seed

Ninetales: Level 61 (Fire)

  • Fire Spin
  • Tail Whip
  • Quick Attack
  • Confuse Ray

Cloyster: Level 63 (Water/Ice)

  • Ice Beam
  • Spike Cannon
  • Aurora Beam
  • Clamp

Jolteon: Level 65 (Electric)

  • Thunder
  • Thunderbolt
  • Quick Attack
  • Pin Missile

CAN YOU DO IT?

#2 Posted by Gambit1024 (9890 posts) - - Show Bio
@Supreme Marvel: Question: If one of the Pokemon I choose evolves into something not native to its original region, does it count? 
 
For example, if my team's from Johto, can I have a Togekiss or a Mamoswine since they originated in this region via Togepi and Swinub? What about Eeveelutions? If my team's from Kanto, do I have access to the other Eevee forms other than the original three?
#3 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@Gambit1024 said:

@Supreme Marvel: Question: If one of the Pokemon I choose evolves into something not native to its original region, does it count?
For example, if my team's from Johto, can I have a Togekiss or a Mamoswine since they originated in this region via Togepi and Swinub? What about Eeveelutions? If my team's from Kanto, do I have access to the other Eevee forms other than the original three?

Good question. If you have an Eevee, in Kanto, you can not have Umbreon, Espeon, Glacieon or Leafeon. Or anyone I missed out on.

I'll add that to the rules.

#4 Posted by Gambit1024 (9890 posts) - - Show Bio
@Supreme Marvel: What about the first question?
#5 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@Gambit1024 said:

@Supreme Marvel: What about the first question?

Togepi, on the Game Pokédex is classed as Johto. So in the first gen, he can not be used.

#6 Posted by Gambit1024 (9890 posts) - - Show Bio
  • Jolteon- Beats most of Lorelie's team as well as Lance's Gyarados
  • Alakazam- Handles Bruno's fighting types and most of Agatha's team
  • Blastoise- Beats Bruno's Onix and most of Lance's team with Ice Beam. Decent wall. Starter
  • Gengar- A back up special sweeper for Jolteon with it's array of different moves
  • Dugtrio- A revenge killer that blocks the inevitable electric attacks
  • Scyther- Handles all the psychic types with its high attack, speed, and Technician ability. My physical sweeper
#7 Posted by Primmaster64 (21138 posts) - - Show Bio

Can I use legendary Pokemon?

#8 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@Primmaster64 said:

Can I use legendary Pokemon?

Yes. But you cant use Mew.

#9 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

My team

Now here is some knowledge I will bestow on you. The league has at least ONE Pokémon that can take out almost 90% of the league. Lapras. If I chose Baulbasaur as my starter, then Lapras with the moves I would teach (and have taught it in the past) there is only Jnyx , Alakazam and Magneton that I could not take out from super effective hits. I would use my Nidoking to take out Jnyx and Magneton. And the rest can have fun against Alakazam since in this generation he only has two weakness. Bug and Ghost. There is only Lick that attacks as a Ghost move. The moves for Bug type are very weak and not worth it having.

This is also my team I got all to level 100 the third time I completed it Pokémon Red. I knew the game by then and found out any things.

Venasaur

  • Sleep Powder
  • Razor Leaf
  • Leech Seed
  • Solarbeam

Alakazam

  • Psychic
  • Dig
  • Recover
  • Psybeam

Lapras

  • Ice Beam
  • Surf
  • Psychic
  • Thunderbolt

Nidoking

  • Earthquake
  • Ice Beam
  • Rock Slide
  • Mega Punch

Pidgeot

  • Sky Attack
  • Wing Attack
  • Hyper Beam
  • Whirlwind

Magmar

  • Flamethrower
  • Confuse Ray
  • Fire Punch
  • Smog
#10 Edited by Hazlenaut (1960 posts) - - Show Bio

I prefer not to go back r/b/y way of fighting. Remember wrap and fire spin, those moves made our rage building.

  • Meganium (Moves: Solarbeam, razorleaf, sunny day,body slam)
  • Misdreavus: (confuse ray, shadowball, psychic, screech)
  • Togetic: (safeguard, ice beam, reflect, double edge)
  • Ampharos ( thunderbolt, return, bublebeam, light screen)
  • Hitmontop: he is legal to use (Moves: triple kick, fire punch, detect, hi jump kick)
  • Donphan: (defense curl, roll out, mudslap, hyperbeam)
#11 Posted by Supreme Marvel (11264 posts) - - Show Bio

@Hazlenaut said:

I prefer not to go back r/b/y way of fighting. Remember wrap and fire spin, those moves made our rage building.

  • Meganium (Moves: Solarbeam, razorleaf, sunny day,body slam)
  • Misdreavus: (confuse ray, shadowball, psychic, screech)
  • Togetic: (safeguard, ice beam, reflect, double edge)
  • Ampharos ( thunderbolt, return, bublebeam, light screen)
  • Hitmontop: he is legal to use (Moves: triple kick, fire punch, detect, hi jump kick)
  • Donphan: (defense curl, roll out, mudslap, hyperbeam)

DUDE! WTH!! You never followed the rules!! In the next game which will be in the same thread you can choose generation 2 Pokémon for a team and moves thought in generation 2. Your selection is void.

#12 Posted by Shanana (53023 posts) - - Show Bio

My Team

Charizard

  • Rage
  • Slash
  • Fly
  • Flamethrower

Gyarados

  • Thunderbolt
  • Hydropump
  • Reflect
  • Fire Blast

Gengar

  • Confuse Ray
  • Hypnosis
  • Dream Eater
  • Psychic

Nidoqueen

  • Ice Beam
  • Earthquake
  • Mimic
  • Reflect

Electabuzz

  • Light Screen
  • Thunder Punch
  • Double Team
  • Psychic

Dragonite

  • Thunderbolt
  • Ice beam
  • Rest
  • Fly

Charizard's sole purpose is to beat Blue's Executor, whatever it manages to take out along the way is a plus. He comes in handy against Bruno's fighting types for the sole purpose of his Fly attack.

Electabuzz will be dispatched to keep Lorelei at bay; the combination of Double Team and Light Screen do just enough to allow Electabuzz to KO with it's thunder punch.

Bruno doesn't stand a chance at all the combination of Gengar and Gyrados does this in quickly.

Agatha is at the mercy of Gengar with her poison types; Charizard and Dragonite should be more than enough to put them down.

Lance is tricky because of his dragon types. Gyrados, Dragonite, Nidoqueen and Gengar should be able to do the trick with a couple of full restores.

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