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I don't have B/W but I'm just wondering, but has anyone tried TrickScarfing? If so, how exactly has it played out in the Battle Subway? --- You are intentionally interacting with me. Therefore, I'm within my rights to submerge you in cold water for a short period of time. ~ TheFinalBattalion
Also this might help some people. It's a list of all the Pokemon you can face and their movesets: http://members.shaw.ca/teamrocketelite/BattleSubwayData4.txt --- "Let me believe what you've always believed! That living is wonderful!" "Thank you so much... Thank you for loving me."
Wow Gengar with Counter? Very interesting. When do you usually use it though? I'd like to use Gengar but i can't currently because i'm playing Black and can't Pokeshift. I also find it troublesome to get someone to help me evolve Haunter. I will after i get my English White though
Gengar is my team's lead so it's used in every battle. Focus Sash + Counter is very effective at taking out physical attacker. Due to Gengar's speed, I can take down a second with Destiny Band. The third can then be taken down by spamming Destiny Bond with Froslass. Blissey is very good at taking down special attackers, but I guess that's obvious. If I can get ahead of the CPU by one, Gengar and Froslass can do the spam Destiny Bond thing to win most battles. This isn't foolproof but it is quite effective. Even if the main strategy falls apart a bit, the team can still recover win the battle. --- "Let me believe what you've always believed! That living is wonderful!" "Thank you so much... Thank you for loving me."