This is a split board - You can return to the Split List for other boards.

How do you usually play Pokemon games?

  • Topic Archived
You're browsing the GameFAQs Message Boards as a guest. Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.
  1. Boards
  2. Pokemon X
  3. How do you usually play Pokemon games?

User Info: RedShadowww

4 years ago#1
How do you usually play Pokemon games? - Results (57 votes)
Train all the time and make sure I'm a couple levels above gym leaders
17.54% (10 votes)
Rarely train but beat every npc trainer I come across
35.09% (20 votes)
Rarely train and rarely battle npc trainers except when I'm forced to
7.02% (4 votes)
Beat every wild pokemon and every npc trainer I come across
31.58% (18 votes)
Other (specify)
8.77% (5 votes)
This poll is now closed.
I usually beat every trainer and rarely beat wild pokemon so I can make gym leaders more challenging because I have more fun just barely winning a gym battle. Though it's more frustrating when I lose after being so close to winning. But the satisfaction of barely winning is so great it makes it worth it.
Please help get Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode localized!

User Info: javel34

4 years ago#2
I have to battle every trainer. I'll run from wild Pokemon after awhile if they're annoying.

Also in the nude.
Black 2 FC: 3569 1730 6208 my wife. Doesn't count Tiger, this ones real.

User Info: pikachu6598

4 years ago#3
My training is a combo of battling every NPC and wild Pokémon and battling NPC's only when required; it depends on the situation I'm in. For example, I just played through White 2 in challenge mode, and if you try to train as if you are playing normal mode, it's not gonna be pretty. I was behind on Gym leader levels on every gym until Marlon, and then I was able to pull it together and get my whole team to level 60 for the E4 and Champion. Throughout the course of the game, it was battling all NPC's and then resorting to all wild Pokémon. It was a tough, but good experience though.
There's a 95% chance this topic is unfunny. Deal with it. Her beauty is a poison.

User Info: ZTIger5

4 years ago#4
It varies a lot with my mood. Sometimes I get tired of battling for a short while so I'll avoid trainers or tall grass so I can explore, but for the most part I fight everything I come across and try to get my main team and any other Pokemon I plan on using against a Gym Leader so they're on par with the Leader's highest level.
Playing) FE: Awakening, Guild Wars 2. Skyrim, Pokemon White 2, Harvest Moon 11
Waiting) Pokemon XY, Batman: Arkham Origins, Titanfall, PvZ Garden Warfare

User Info: Meta289

4 years ago#5
Other: Beat every trainer, and only beat wild Pokemon when I'm doing a lot of grinding.
R.I.P. Pokemon Cycle
Fact: Things are so much better when taken at face value.

User Info: Missingno_Mastr

4 years ago#6
I take out all NPC trainers and try to have levels at least roughly equal to those of the Gym Leader's. I always go for a team of six, and I keep their levels even, though I always make sure my starter is at a higher level than anything else, even if only by one level.
  1. Boards
  2. Pokemon X
  3. How do you usually play Pokemon games?

Report Message

Terms of Use Violations:

Etiquette Issues:

Notes (optional; required for "Other"):
Add user to Ignore List after reporting

Topic Sticky

You are not allowed to request a sticky.

  • Topic Archived