Gold – 1:13 – Update

Well, I started over again… I was stuck in Goldenrod with a pretty horrible team of monsters so I decided to restart and try with a one-man powerhouse team and then go back and train when I need another Pokemon. I know at some point along the line I’m guaranteed a level 20 Sudowoodo and a level 30 Red Gyrados so those will make nice additions to my team.

I picked Cyndaquil (of course) and he’s now a level 16 Quilava. Here’s an update on him…

Quilava

HP – 50

Attack – 29

Defense – 27

Special Attack – 33

Special Defense – 28

Speed – 37

So he’s pretty fast and pretty high with the Special Attack. Looking good so far for a 16… level… old… yeah…

Diamond – 190:45 – WiFi Battle #1

So I recently posted on the PokeCommunity forums that I was up for a battle with someone. Well, I got what I was looking for, and I battled polkop from the forum. WOO!

Here’s the video.

Gold – 1:40 – Quilava

Quilava

Quilava

HP – 51

Attack – 29

Defense – 26

Special Attack – 35

Special Defense – 31

Speed – 36

My Cyndaquil evolved into Quilava right after I finished my gym battle against Falkner in Violet City. I Ember’d my way through the entire match and came out with the easy victory.

I’m not multi-training right now and this is mostly due to the fact that I mostly play at night. Different Pokemon appear at different times of day, and at night it’s a steady mixture of Hoothoot’s and Noctowl’s, neither of which I feel like training. I’m going to play during the day tomorrow and catch a Mareep, Hoppip, and a Wooper.

Gold – 0:00 – Another New Beginning

In honor of Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver (which I’ll be getting — both of ’em), I decided to take a walk down memory lane and restart my Gold version. I had a save file on there that I was very frustrated with; I was stuck at the Elite Four with only one strong Pokemon. I had neglected to multi-train through the whole game so I’d be ready for the E4 and then, eventaully, Kanto’s eight badges.

I won’t make that mistake this time, as my partner Cyndaquil…

Cyndaquil

Cyndaquil

…and I will take on two regions, sixteen badges, and a world of adventure!

That sounded a bit too epic for this blog…

Diamond – 183:28 – Kyogre

Kyogre

Kyogre

As you all know, I’m training a Feraligatr. But I spotted my Kyogre in the Water PC box and noticed it was at level 98. Just two levels until 100? I couldn’t pass that up. I put my Feraligatr training on the shelf and decided to finish off Kyogre. Well, it’s all done, and here are it’s stats and move-set.

HP – 360

Attack – 260

Defense – 236

Special Attack – 334

Special Defense – 281

Speed – 247

Hydro Pump

Water Spot

Sheer Cold

Double-Edge

Kyogre is my first level 100 Pokemon in about a month, and my tenth overall.

LeafGreen – 1:44 – Charmeleon

Well, my Charmander has evolved into Charmeleon. I’m on Route 3 training both Charmeleon and Pidgey against the various trainers scattered about. I’ll give you the stats of my Meleon.

Charmeleon

Charmeleon

HP – 45

Attack – 26

Defense – 26

Special Attack – 32

Special Defense – 27

Speed – 32

I have no idea why his Special Attack seems to be boosted. Charmeleon has a Bashful nature, so that isn’t affecting it. Oh well; all I know is that it’s higher than usual.

LeafGreen – 1:26 – Boulder Badge

Brock

Brock

I did it! I defeated Brock.

I trained my Charmander up to level 14, and, luckily, that was all I needed. Geodude only used defense-based attacks, so I was pretty much free for an all-out offensive. Onix on the other hand trapped me in a Bind, but that was it. The one time he used his devastating Rock Tomb attack, it missed. I only lost thirteen hit points on my way to my first gym badge.