Bill's Pokemon Trainer Section
I have a lesson for you this time about composing a winning team of pokémon. The types of pokémon you carry and the moves they know are critical things in a battle of equals.
I have found that a good team consists of these moves or types:
This Week's Lesson...
THE WINNING TEAM
Well, Now I Will Give You Examples of a Team Such As This...
Many people I am sure will find plenty of other teams that are awesome. But this is my winning team formula.
First things first, raise all the pokémon you can from a Low level. For example: if you raise a pikachu from Viridian forest, he will be better than one you raise from the power plant, if you train them the same way.
The next thing is to not evolve too soon. If you raise pikachu and evolve him at level 10, he will never learn the speed attacks, or the awesome move, Thunder.
However, if you raise a pokémon at the right level and evolve him, you will now have a great fighting machine.
Now I will show you my team, and explain the reason for each one that I carry:
And some times, I'll put Butterfree in instead of Gengar.
Now, for the reasons:
He is obviously the Mike Tyson of the Pokémon world.
With his Thunder and Thunderbolt, there is a good chance for a paralyze.
Even though I forgot to teach him normal attacks, he knows Ice moves that could freeze another pokémon.
He is on my team for no actual specific reason,
but I raised him from a nice little level 2 Pigdey. It is always good to have a sentimental attachment to at least one of your Pokémon.
This one is the big daddy... nothing can defend against
dragons, but some have advantages, like ice. But, there is only one Dragon move: Dragon Rage.
Hey, if he is put into battle with just about anything, he'd
He has Sleep Powder... and then I can have him follow up
with something strong.
All my Pokémon have been raised from level 5 or lower, except for Mewtwo, Dragonite, and Gengar. I soon hope to become a pokémon master myself one day, but I still need Gengar, Dragonite, and Butterfree to reach level 100.
What do you think?