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They should make a game designed for your end game teams.

#1BookThrowerPosted 8/17/2013 9:49:57 AM
If there's one thing I've never really liked about the Pokémon games is that once I finish the game, my Pokémon won't see much more usage beyond random Wi-Fi battles and stadium games.

So I thought that they should make a game filled with high level trainers and allow you to use the import feature at the beginning of the game. And they should make it so that the opponent's levels correspond to yours in case your Pokémon happen to be at a higher level. Like say Level 50 (for post E4), Level 70 (For post endgame), and level 100 (for those of you who actually got to that level.)

What do you think: good idea, bad idea, stupid idea?
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#2InhaledCornPosted 8/17/2013 9:51:36 AM
That's supposed to be the point of the Battle Tower/Subway/Frontier. Since it auto-adjusts your Pokemon's levels to 50, you can take care of that post-game stuff whenever you want.
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#3kingjam1Posted 8/17/2013 9:53:12 AM
Using in game Pokemon in the Battle Frontier isn't a good idea.
Can't think of anything
#4Zoramon089Posted 8/17/2013 10:21:09 AM
Pretty sure the later half of B/W was just this...considering the trainers averaged in the high 50s to 60s
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#5RotomGuy3Posted 8/17/2013 10:23:10 AM
Access to a second region could do that.

Like in HG/SS you could go to Kanto, battle all the gym leaders, etc.

It really extended the game.
#6DarkHeroZXPosted 8/17/2013 11:35:52 AM
In B2/W2 all post game areas have pokemon trainers with pokemon in their 70s.
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