Yes, this mean guy will fight you without a break. Everybody tells me your Pokemon heal up automatically after defeating N, though I do not recall that experience. Also, keep in mind, if you reboot your game at this point, you will start ALL THE WAY back to the part where you need to catch Reshiram or Zekrom, so make this battle count!
UGH this monster. Shauntal's Cofagrigus was annoying, but this one is a lot worse. His strategy is Toxic-stalling, basically intoxicating your Pokemon with Toxic
and accumulate damage with Protect
every other turn. It's horrific I tell you. Toxic's damage starts out weaker than regular poison's damage, but it will slowly accumulate, making it incredibly deadly. It is a common strategy in competitive battling as well, and it is useful on defensive Pokemon such as Cofagrigus. STAB Shadow Ball
is also there for damage and Psychic
to hit Fighters I guess.
users will 2HKO Cofagrigus with Fusion Flare
, but Cofagrigus is able to stall out an extra PP of the already scarce Fusion Flare if you are not careful. Zekrom
will take a bit more to fight Cofagrigus because it has more physical defence, so this will be a tougher battle. A good strategy is to switch out to a Steel
Pokemon because they are immune to Toxic. Poison Pokemon are also immune to Toxic, but they will get nailed by a super effective Psychic
is a good Pokemon to use here. Switch in as it uses Toxic, and turn that guy into a set up bait with Swords Dance
and hit him with a + 6 Earthquake
when finished. Thankfully, this Cofagrigus does not have Will-o-Wisp
, but still watch out for Mummy
BTW this is a male Cofagrigus. Do you wonder, if the Pokedex description is true, who this Cofagrigus may have been in the past?
Whoa! Afro Bull here! Despite how he looks, this guy is not a JOKE Pokemon. He hurts, and I mean that quite literally. He's also very bulky so it will take quite a bit of hits to take him down. Reckless
is an ability that buffs up any attack with recoil effect, which is perfect on Bouffalant. Consider Head Charge
, his STAB attack that is base 180 with STAB factored in, with the Reckless buff. He is going to puncture a lot of holes in your team if you are not careful. Wild Charge
is an electric version of Take Down
and is also buffed by Reckless. Earthquake
will destroy both Reshiram and Zekrom, so don't even bother. Lastly, Poison Jab
is nowhere near threatening as the other moves, but it is still there. Even neutral Head Charge does more damage than super effective Poison Jab.
First off, know that Bouffalant
is weak to Fighting
attacks, so your Fighters such as Emboar
will do well here. Golurk
has a beneficial typing granting it immunity to both Head Charge and Wild Charge, resistance to Poison Jab, only taking neutral damage from Earthquake. Golurk can use Brick Break
or something in return. Bouffalant is quite slow, so most of the time you will be able to go first. Just beware of his Head Charge
and you'll do fine.
Ability: Swift Swim
Seismitoad is the evolution of Palpitoad, and he retains the Water/Ground typing he had as Palpitoad. That means he is immune to Electric
attacks but has a 4x weakness to Grass
, albeit his only weakness. His strategy is to use Rain Dance
to power up his STAB Muddy Water
, but also to complement his ability Swift Swim
, which doubles his speed in rain. That's going to be dangerous. STAB Earthquake
will hurt anything not immune to it, and Sludge Wave
is a powerful Poison type
attack which covers Grass
Eh, what the heck. Use your Grass
Pokemon and it should be over with. If not, I hope your Samurott
has Grass Knot
will not like this battle, so stay out of it. Otherwise, Water Pokemon
should do fine, as they are resistant to Seismitoad's Water STAB while Seismitoad's Rain Dance
powers up your own Water moves, which he is not resistant to. Watch out for Earthquakes
can run Scald
and hope for a burn, while taking pittance from two of Seismitoad's attacks.
We have seen Bisharp before only in Grimsley's roster. Remember that lowering his stats will DOUBLE his attack stat thanks to Defiant
, so watch out for that. STAB Night Slash
will shred your Ghosts and Psychics into pieces. Stone Edge
is something you have already seen too much of already, though its 80% accuracy may give you some leeway. X-Scissor
covers a good deal of Pokemon as well, while his deadliest attack, Metal Burst
, is something to watch out for. If he survives a hit and uses Metal Burst
, it will do 1.5x the damage back at you. It will not apply, of course, if your Pokemon is slower.
I hope the rain is not falling at this point, because if you are using Reshiram
a single Fusion Flare
is the way to go. Zekrom
will unfortunately suffer as Fusion Bolt
will not OHKO, and if Bisharp uses Metal Burst
, that is not good news. Remember that Bisharp is quadruple weak to Fighting
attacks, so Emboar
will be amazing. He is also weak to Fire
attacks, and Excadrill
will wall whatever he uses and can play the set up game on him. A single Earthquake
after a boost should OHKO. Krookodile
can work too, but needs to watch out for X-Scissor
Please welcome the third Pokemon ever created to have NO WEAKNESS. That's right, Eelektross is an Electric
Pokemon with Levitate
, thus negating his only would-be Ground weakness. But fret not! That does not mean he is invincible. Crunch
means your Psychics
should stay out of this. Flamethrower
means your Steels
should stay out. Acrobatics
further puts pressure in your Bug
Pokemon and also Fighters
, and STAB Wild Charge
will do numbers to anyone non-resistant to it. He is as fast as Bouffalant though, which means he's slow, so take advantage of that.
that have set up (I'm tired of saying this over and over) will OHKO with Leaf Blade
, which is what I did. Reshiram
should be able to defeat Eelektross with little problems. Use Fusion Flare
with Reshiram while Zekrom can run Dragonbreath
and such, and he is not taking too much damage from whatever Eelektross has to offer. Remember about Levitate
, those who set up with Excadrill
: use Rock Slide
instead. I believe Gigalith
will also work with its hard hitting Stone Edge
and all, while it boasts resistances to two of Eelektross's attacks and does not take much from Crunch
nor Wild Charge
. Hit him hard with your strongest STAB
moves (as long as it isn't Flying
) and the eel should go down.
: Wait a minute. Did you just summon a monster 10 levels under its evolving stage?
: Yeah so?
: But that's against the rules!
: Screw the rules! I have green hair!
Yes, Ghetsis is a dirty cheater. Who would have ever known? This Pokemon you behold in front of your eyes should have reached this stage at Level 64
, ten levels above the one you see before your eyes! I guess Lance and those trainers with Level 16 Raticates are not the only cheaters around. This Pokemon gives tons of people troubles, and rightfully so. Being the pseudolegendary Pokemon of Unova, Hydreigon boasts well rounded stats along with great bulk, high attack, and a devastatingly high Special Attack stat. Levitate
brings him immunity to Ground
attacks along with his natural immunity to Psychic
attacks. Ouch. STAB Dragon Pulse
will shred your team if they are weakened badly. Ok, so let's bring out a Steel
Pokemon. Fire Blast
and Focus Blast
say nope. Darn it... and Surf
will douse your Emboar
before it can use its Fighting
Do not fret. He still possesses four weaknesses: Ice
, and Dragon
. I wager your Reshiram
are weakened too much to continue on, and their Dragonbreath
is not strong enough to OHKO this monster. Believe it or not, Jellicent
somehow walls this Pokemon bar STAB Dragon Pulse
, and can use attacks that can cause malevolent things such as Scald
for burn. If you taught it Blizzard
that will serve you well. Low on health? Try to put something weak to water out as a lure and switch in your Jellicent to heal up thanks to Water Absorb
. You do have a Water Absorb variant right? No. Okay then. Samurott
's super effective Megahorn
will do major damage, if not outright OHKO. It is probably a 2HKO though. Use a Fighter
if you have to: in fact, I recommend it. Conkeldurr
and the likes are the best way to deal with such a nuisance with their STAB Fighting attacks
. Maybe Vanilluxe
will do with its STAB Ice Beam
, but Focus Blast
and Fire Blast
are scary. If you have the extremely rare Cryogonal
, now is a GREAT time to use this guy. He sponges special hits, is naturally faster than Hydreigon, and has STAB Ice attacks
to boot. Maybe Beartic
but the two blast attacks are scary... not to mention how slow Beartic is. But if it lives, STAB Icicle Crash
will take its toll. If your Haxorus
is high leveled enough, it shouldn't take more than one Dragon Claw
to oust this Hydra. Take advantage of Hydreigon's four weaknesses: you will prevail over him soon enough!
All bases of Ghetsis Were destroyed.
It seems to be peaceful.
but it is incorrect.
Ghetsis is still alive.
YOU must fight
against Ghetsis again.
And down with them