Giovanni's easy, Clair's a *****, Blue can catch you off guard if you're unaware of the level spike but is otherwise manageable, Wallace and Juan aren't too bad but have a few strong Pokemon, Everything from Volkner onwards is a pushover. --- Other M is the One More Day of Metroid Dark Samus for SSB4
#12southalabamaPosted 10/6/2013 7:37:26 PM
My Sceptile destroyed Wallace and Juan they were by far the easiest. --- #1 Alabama: Last Game: 45-3 W vs GSU Next up: Kentucky D2 -- #12 West Alabama(4-1): Next Game vs #1 Valdosta State
#13Chaos_MissilePosted 10/6/2013 7:45:07 PM
Uh...none of the above?
Giovanni gets sweeped by a Water type Wallace and Juan by an Elec type Volkner by EQ (helps that Gen IV starters are pretty powerful: Infernape and Empoleon FTW? Iris by EQ Clair was tedious only because Kingdra had very little weaknesses lolMarlon. Challenge Mode Drayden was far harder. --- Action speaks louder than words. But words, when used right, overwhelm any action - Me, 2006 Let's put a smile on that face - The Joker, 2008
#14Lord_Ka1nPosted 10/6/2013 7:46:18 PM
most of them were so forgettable i dont even remember.
#15raymondsmith15Posted 10/6/2013 7:52:08 PM
Definitely Wallace or Juan. Whichever one had the Double-Team fetish. --- Ray
#16SuperNecroPosted 10/6/2013 7:58:03 PM
Claire's Kingdra was something else. It didn't help that you had to push through two dragonairs first. I think I was slightly under leveled as well. --- PSN: OmegaForm GT: ZetaGamer
#17GoudeyyPosted 10/6/2013 7:59:07 PM
didn't even look over the options and immediately voted claire. man did i ever hate that battle
#18pokemonzeroPosted 10/6/2013 8:07:01 PM
The one in gen 2 with Helltank is the only gym that ever challanged me(at least the first time now it is easy ). The rest are jokes