Making a good pokémon team
- You should make sure your team is not stupid, like my Gold team of Scyther, Pidgeot, Feraligatr, Furret, Butterfree and Blissey where all except Furret and Blissey are weak to Electric.
- "Perfect" pokémon are good to be starters in your team.
- Make sure your team has at least eight different pokémon types and the six pokémon should have a total of 12 or more types of attacks.
- Try to write down the pokémon you want in your team and their attacks (find out first what attacks that pokémon can learn, many sites and FAQ's have a list of the attacks every pokémon can learn, such as Gengar's and Haunter's pokémon dungeon)
- Then make a list of all the pokémon types (if you don't remember them, here they are: Normal, Fire, Water, Electric, Grass, Ice, Fighting, Poison, Ground, Flying, Psychic, Bug, Rock, Ghost, Dragon, Dark and Steel)
- Next, write down below each pokémon which types its attacks are super effective on. (Click here to see all the type weaknesses and resistances)
- Finally, put a cross by each type on the list for every pokémon with a super effective attack on it. Find out if there's some type none or only one pokémon in your team has a super effective attack on. If there is, check out your pokémon and see if you can change one attack to fix the problem. If not, which is extremely unlikely, you will need to switch one of your pokémon for another that can learn a good attack that beats that type. Yes, a good attack. Of course you won't win with Rock smash as the only attack in your team that beats Normal!!!
- Get the pokémon you wanted now! Teach them the attacks you wanted, and, you have a good team!
More to come!
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