Question from dolphin0052

Can you switch the pokemon trainers pokemon?

How..

Gammin-Girl asked for clarification:

You mean like from the thousands of pokemons....no you can't. you only get 3 but i forget the names. Then look at the instruction manual for all moves done by all the players

Top Voted Answer

dragonhandII answered:

yes.
down B while in battle using gamecube controller.
down 1 on the wii mote.
down B on the wiimote w/ nunchuck.
and down B on the classic controller as well.

if you're at the choose your character screen, you can choose who you start with by clicking on the pokemon. the chosen pokemon should have a white border.
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milk_monster answered:

if your in SSE u have to get the pokemon by completing a level sorry cant remember level but its somthing like
'the ruins"
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twilight1227 answered:

If you mean using pokemon other than squirtle, charizard, or ivysaur, than no you can't.
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tattertotzz answered:

Yes. Down b
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rwbs1030 answered:

For the Wii Remote it's down and one at the same time.
You cycle between Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard.
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TheRacingChamp answered:

Press the following comands to switch Pokemon:

If Squirtle is out:

Dowm+1 on Wii mote
Down+B on Wii mote w/ Nunchuck
Down+B on Classic Controller
Down+B on Gamecue Controller

These commands will send out Ivysaur.

If Ivysaur is out:

Dowm+1 on Wii mote
Down+B on Wii mote w/ Nunchuck
Down+B on Classic Controller
Down+B on Gamecue Controller

These comands will send out Charizard.

If Charizard is out:

Dowm+1 on Wii mote
Down+B on Wii mote w/ Nunchuck
Down+B on Classic Controller
Down+B on Gamecue Controller

This will send out Squirtle.

Then it'll start from the beginning.
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Dark_X_17 answered:

You just need to use your down special move. To hear more moves go to www.smashdojo.com
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rockexpert answered:

To choose which pokemon to use before the battle after you select the charactor click which pokemon to use on the place where the picture of your charactor you are using.
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