Scyther would be the best imo. Scizor is just... the shit.
EDIT: Dat Gengar... Why are all his moves physical? Sucker Punch is physical, shadow punch is physical, the other 2 don't hit in the first place. Get Shadow Ball and Dream Eater for him and start rolling.
Last edit: 2012-03-01 05:29:14
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TheAntZ Bangladesh. March 01 2012 05:30. Posts 5869
I already have scizor though, and I'm not sure how to get dream eater/shadow ball for gengar D: I may have evolved him too early to learn them maybe, not sure. Any tips on getting those moves? But first things first, should i skip the futterbly?
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CodECleaR United States. March 01 2012 05:31. Posts 394
Also, butterfree + beedrill + pinsir + scyther all have a 5% chance of appearing for you currently, with butterfree and beedrill equal and pinsir and scyther slightly more valuable in the contest afaik, so a butterfree isn't that bad if you don't happen to catch a scyther or pinsir after.
TheAntZ Bangladesh. March 01 2012 05:39. Posts 5869
The score earned for a given Pokémon in Generation IV is the sum of the following: The level of the Pokémon relative to the maximum that can be found in the contest (eg. before the National Pokédex, the value for Paras would be 17, but after the National Pokédex, this would be 34), as a percentage The Pokémon's IVs relative to the maximum (186), as a percentage The Pokémon's health relative to its maximum, as a percentage A rarity factor, either 60 (Caterpie, Metapod, Weedle, Kakuna, Wurmple, Silcoon, Cascoon, or Kricketot), 80 (all Pokémon not mentioned), or 100 (Scyther and Pinsir) Other factors, such as shininess, do not affect the outcome.