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Anonymous asked in Games & RecreationVideo & Online Games · 1 decade ago

pokemon sapphire?

ok i actually have a few questions, and mainly im really struggling through so all help would be great THANX

which starter pokemon is better treecko or mudkip?

other than fighting what type can i use against norman and his normal type?

what are the types of the elite 4?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    personally i like torchic

    and the elite 4 has these

    First up, Sidney.

    Specialty: Dark

    His Pokemon:

    Level 46: Mightyena. Type: Dark

    Moves:

    Sand-Attack

    Roar

    Take Down

    Crunch

    Level 48: Shiftry. Type: Grass/Dark

    Moves:

    Fake Out

    Swagger

    Double Team

    Extrasensory

    Level 46: Cacturne. Type: Grass/Dark

    Moves:

    Cotton Spore

    Needle Arm

    Faint Attack

    Leech Seed

    Level 48: Sharpedo. Type: Water/Dark

    Moves:

    Swagger

    Slash

    Surf

    Crunch

    Level 49: Absol. Type: Dark

    Moves:

    Snatch

    Aerial Ace

    Swords Dance

    Slash

    Basically if you have a fighting type, you can dominate Sidney. If you don't,

    a mixture of Fire, Electric, and Normal would be good. If your Starter was

    Treecko or Torchic, you will do good here.

    Use common sense. If you have a Blaziken out and you beat Mightyena, he'll

    send out Sharpedo. If you want to face him, fine. If Blaziken is high enough

    level he could take him out. (I'm using Blaziken as an example, alot of people

    like him and probably chose him)

    What I mean basically is they will type match you. He also withdraws Pokemon

    sometimes, so watch out, the ugly ******* could pull the ole switcharoo!

    ~~Second Up, Phoebe.

    Specialty: Ghost

    Her Pokemon:

    Level 48: Dusclops. Type: Ghost

    Moves:

    Future Sight

    Curse

    Confuse Ray

    Shadow Punch

    Level 49: Banette. Type: Ghost

    Moves:

    Spite

    Will-O-Wisp

    Shadow Ball

    Faint Attack

    Level 50: Sableye. Type: Ghost/Dark. (Note: This pokemon doesn't have

    anything super effective against it)

    Moves:

    Psychic

    Shadow Ball

    Faint Attack

    Attract

    Level 49: Banette. Type: Ghost

    Moves:

    Psychic

    Toxic

    Shadow Ball

    Skill Swap

    Level 51: Dusclops. Type: Ghost

    Moves:

    Ice Beam

    Shadow Ball

    Confuse Ray

    Earthquake

    I always found Phoebe annoying and the most difficult to beat of the Elite

    Four.

    If you have a Normal type pokemon with Shadow Ball, you can beat her fairly

    easily. If you have a ghost pokemon, be careful. If not, just use other type

    of pokemon. She doesn't have any electric or grass moves, so an alternate

    would be water to use. Watch out though, she uses confuse ray alot. Try to

    knock out her Pokemon fast or either put a status effect on them.

    ~~Number Three, Glacia.

    Specialty: Ice

    Her Pokemon:

    Level 50: Glalie. Type: Ice

    Moves:

    Hail

    Light Screen

    Ice Beam

    Crunch

    Level 50: Sealeo. Type: Ice/Water

    Moves:

    Surf

    Ice Ball

    Hail

    Body Slam

    Level 52: Sealeo. Type: Ice/Water

    Moves:

    Hail

    Blizzard

    Attract

    Dive

    Level 52: Glalie. Type: Ice

    Moves:

    Hail

    Shadow Ball

    Ice Beam

    Crunch

    Level 53: Walrein. Type: Ice/Water

    Moves:

    Surf

    Body Slam

    Blizzard

    Sheer Cold

    Somewhat difficult. Fighting owns this battle. Fire will melt both Glalies',

    but make sure to switch them out when it comes to the Sealeos' and Walrein

    because they are all part water and have water attack.

    Glacia likes to use Attract and Hail alot in this battle. If you don't have

    Fire or Fighting, use Electric or any other alternate type. She tends to try

    to stall the battle with healing all the time, just hang in there.

    ~~Last but not least, Drake.

    Specialty: Dragon

    His Pokemon:

    Level 52: Shelgon. Type: Dragon

    Moves:

    Rock Tomb

    Dragon Claw

    Protect

    Crunch

    Level 54: Altaria. Type: Dragon/Flying

    Moves:

    Dragon Dance

    DragonBreath

    Take Down

    Refresh

    Level 53: Flygon. Type: Dragon/Ground

    Moves:

    SandStorm

    Dig

    DragonBreath

    Fly

    Level 53: Flygon. Type: Dragon/Ground

    Moves:

    DragonBreath

    Flamethrower

    Sand-Attack

    Crunch

    Level 55: Salamence. Type: Dragon/Flying

    Moves:

    Dragon Claw

    Crunch

    Flamethrower

    Fly

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  • 1 decade ago

    Mudkip would probably be the better choice for a starter. Treecko and all of his evolutions are grass, which makes them susceptible to fire, bird, and bug pokemon. Mudkip is water, so he is weak to electric and grass pokemon. However, when mudkip evolves into marshtomp, he becomes water ground, which completely removes his electric weakness but makes him doubly weak to grass; however, most grass pokemon are few and far between. Fighting is the only type that is especially powerful against the normal type, but a strong rock pokemon like nosepass or graveler will not be weak to their normal type moves. Really, a well trained pokemon of any type can be used here. The elite 4 have, in this order, dark, ghost, ice, and dragon pokemon. After fighting the elite four, you will fight Stephen, who has steel type pokemon. The pokemon types that you could use against the elite 4 are as follows: fighting and bug against dark, dark, bug and ghost against ghost, fire and fighting against ice, and ice and dragon against dragon. Also, against steel, you can use fighting, water, and fire types. An added hint; be sure your pokemon are all at least level 50 before fighting the elite 4.

    Source(s): I've owned pokemon ruby, sapphire, and emerald, and I've been through this 3 times.
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  • 1 decade ago

    For the starter mudkip is the best because of his water/ground electricity type moves wont affect him and when he becomes a swampert he gets a decent amout of def,att,and hp.

    For norman a pokemon that is sturdy would be the best maybe rock types.

    THe elite uses

    1.Dark

    2.Ghost

    3.ice

    4.Dragon

    champion:A lot of types but steel is common.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    a better starter than mudkip or treeko? theres only 3 starters, and them one u left out is torchick. now torchic will turn into a fire/fighting type, with some bird moves scambles up into that tsty pokemon omlet.

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  • 1 decade ago

    i personally love mudkip he is awsome. i always have liked the water type the best and they have alwasy proven to be effective

    Source(s): beet all pokemongames with water starters
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    treecko is better againts Norman Torchic is better againts Brawley or waterver his name his mudkip is good againts roxanne

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  • 4 years ago

    no they cant evolve in the daycare. if a pokemon reaches the level or goes above the level it should evolve on and it is in the daycare centre, just take it out and level it up 1 level, then it should evolve. hope i helped

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  • 1 decade ago

    1.treecko

    2.fire, water, rock, steel, ice

    3.ice,dark,forget,forget, steven-steel

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