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i just got pokemon fire red omega and im wondering how much harder is it then fire red? i am noticing higher level pokemon if my team stays around the level the enemies are will i be good? should i focus more on potions i usually get around 2 or 3 in the normal game im currently in viridian forest (the one after you get prof. oak his package) also where are the starter pokemon locations i want to atleast get charmander or totodile
played a little bit more beat brock it was tough even with the power of a level 15 mudkipz and treeco when do i get the thing that lets you fight trainers again i wanna start money grinding for potions and poke balls my current team including the ones in pc are
my team pikachu lv 10 torchic lv 10 treeko lv 12 raltz lv 10 pidgeotto lv 9 (its a premature one i found in the forest)
in the pc ponyta lv 5 nidoran male lv 3 houndour lv 10 butterfree lv 10 marshstomp lv 17 elekid lv 10 togepi lv 5 any suggestions for members for my team are welcome please include where they are gonna start the next cave dungeon place that i hate that leads to cerulean
i just beat misty and im now in vermillion i forget where fly is im pretty sure its here did he move it? where is it? also i dont have cut yet wheres the best place to start training my level 5-17 pokemon that i can reach now? ill take your suggestions switch around my team i got all the johto and hoenn starters all just evolved a lvl 16 tailow and my pc pokemon have remained unchanged also what level should i be for the gym? i remember the levels being only slightly higher then mistys
Again: it's levels that matter, not pokemon. If you get in a tight spot, say it. Worrying about pokemon selection leads nowhere and only originates stupid advice like LonelyRonso's. Do yourself a favor and don't listen to him. Your team was fine as it was.
This is still Fire Red. I'm pretty sure all the original items never moved. And the best way to train still is the VS Seeker.
Oh, I'm getting the impression you're training more than 6 pokemon. If that's the case, avoid it. Like I said, levels are the most important; more pokemon means less experience for each pokemon, which means less levels. The pokemon themselves won't make up for that loss.
The level for the gym is the level that allows you to beat the gym. Save before the gym, give it a try; if you lose, reset and go level up. You have nothing to lose and nothing to be ashamed about.