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Favorite water type?

#1ClarkKent491Posted 1/19/2008 10:42:14 PM
Probably a common question, but oh well. I'm trying to figure out a good water type to ad to my lineup, or any other useful pokemon. I don't want to use legendaries either. Right now I have the following lineup:

Charmeleon Lv. 33 with Flamethrower because I waited to evolve

Dragonair Lv. 30

Pikachu Lv. 30

Nidoking Lv. 30

Mr. Mime Lv. 33

So what would be a good water type for my team? Or advice on any other weaknesses in my configuration would be appreciated.
#2ClarkKent491(Topic Creator)Posted 1/19/2008 10:45:59 PM
Oh and some alternates that I have at decent levels for where I am are as follows:

Lv. 25 Vaporeon

Lv. 19 Ghastly

Lv. 27 Pidgeotto

Lv. 24 Mankey
#3Matty_G33Posted 1/19/2008 11:19:36 PM
You really should have delayed Eevee's evolution until it learned Baton Pass.
My favorite team so far has been Luvdisc/Ledian/Nosepass/Dustox/Spinda/Delibird. - gbchaosmaster
#4gbchaosmasterPosted 1/20/2008 5:24:22 AM
Choose it yourself. Don't worry. Play.
#5LumacaPosted 1/20/2008 8:27:07 AM
Are you asking about our favorite water type? Because that's what your title says...
#6ClarkKent491(Topic Creator)Posted 1/20/2008 8:43:12 AM
I'm asking about favorite type so that I can see what water pokemon other people like to use. Sorry about the change in the post. The reason I'm doing this is for my own team, so if somebody wants to help me out more directly that would be nice, but otherwise, yes, what is your favorite type?
#7DarkDragonitePosted 1/20/2008 11:37:27 AM
My favorite water types are Vaporeon and Lapras. As for your team, it's your choice.
#8gbchaosmasterPosted 1/20/2008 11:47:48 AM
You shouldn't care about OUR favorite, you should care about YOUR favorite.

Why don't you try going with your own opinion instead of asking for the opinions of internet people that you do not know.
#9ClarkKent491(Topic Creator)Posted 1/20/2008 12:40:30 PM
I've never really used water pokemon much unless I started with them, so I want to see what works for other people. I am very aware that its my own choice; I'm simply trying to see what other people like to give me a few ideas as to what would work for me.
#10gbchaosmasterPosted 1/20/2008 1:39:31 PM
My friend, the truth is that pretty much every Water pokemon works.