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pokefanx2 Posted at: 13:49 Jan14 2007 Post ID: 1293215
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well the title basically says it post any good teams at early stages cos i need help
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Master Volthawk Posted at: 15:50 Jan14 2007 Post ID: 1293532
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Basically, all three starters are great. The best is Mudkip, though.

You should catch a Zigzagoon early in the game to get some nice items via its Pickup ability.

A Poochyena and Ralts can also be useful early in the game. Ralts is rare, though, but it can help you throughout the reast of the game as well, not just the beginning.

Also, once you get to Dewford Town, go to the nearby cave to catch a Sableye. This pokemon can basically cheat your way through the gym there.
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ShadowGX Posted at: 10:25 Jan16 2007 Post ID: 1297913
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If you want a lot of variety in yur team, Torchic ends up bein' the best. Mudkip is sorta limited.

The rest I agree with MV on.
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Master Volthawk Posted at: 14:34 Jan16 2007 Post ID: 1298215
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I'm saying Mudkip is the best for one reason only: Swampert has one type-weakness and a pretty good move pool. But like I said, all three starters in R/S/E are great.
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ShadowGX Posted at: 16:25 Jan19 2007 Post ID: 1305003
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He has a decent movepool, an' for Ruby/ Sapphire he'll be fine. If it were Emerald I'd really push Torchic on you, 'cause he comes in super handy in the Battle Frontier. Though, since you'll be gettin' Kyogre bein' that you have Sapphire (I assume since yur in the Sapphire forum) you may want to go with Treecko or Torchic. Treecko is the best Grass starter easy.
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laxgodx Posted at: 14:42 Jan21 2007 Post ID: 1310754
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Early on pick torchik if you can, then in the grass before the forest (petalburg forest?) catch a wingull to train, then in the forst catch a wurmple and evolve it into dustox, who's awsome for the first couple badges.
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Forgoten_Scars Posted at: 06:29 Jul15 2012 Post ID: 3129580
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Forum Guest Posted at: 16:48 Jul21 2012 Post ID: 3131299
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Well, for me I'd choose Torchic or Mudkip. Blaziken can learn Sky Uppercut and Wattson's Pokemon are either Electric and Steel- type or Electric- type. I used to have the game and I wasn't able to beat the Elite Four, even though it says they've gotten harder to beat in the newest Generations.

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Forum Guest Posted at: 16:50 Jul21 2012 Post ID: 3131301
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And I forgot to mention that Mudkip can learn Mud- Slap.
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Forum Guest Posted at: 19:26 Jun19 2013 Post ID: 3253818
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I like mudkip and would choose him because he is strong against a lot of gym leaders.
He is also very cute :)
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Forum Guest Posted at: 21:54 Jul08 2013 Post ID: 3257821
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I picked torchic as my starter (named him Blaze ;D) and I caught a ralts right outside Petalburg (I think that's the name... I can't remember). I would also recommend, even though I won't, catching a zigzagoon. It can be very useful.

Hope that helped! (which it probably didn't XP)
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Forum Guest Posted at: 08:45 Aug23 2013 Post ID: 3269529
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I would choose Mudkip due to Swamperts high stats. Teach Swampert Surf, Earthquake, Ice Beam, and Rest for a good balance. I would catch a Zigzagoon and a Ralts early on. Once you can get them get a Bagon, Roselia, and Skarmory. But once Bagon is a Salamence, you can get rid of it for a good fire type like Torkoal. This should be a balanced team that will help you the entire game.
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Forum Guest Posted at: 07:40 Oct20 2013 Post ID: 3282960
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choose treecko (good against wallace), catch wingull on route 103 (good against roxanne brawly and tate&liza) catch geodude in granite cave (good against wattson, flannery, norman and winnona) catch a herracross in the safari zone (good against sidney, glacia and steven) catch a glalie in the shoal cave ( good against drake)
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manya1891 Posted at: 13:09 Nov17 2013 Post ID: 3288400
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Yeah blaziken can learn sky uppercut but that´s in lvl 69 and i don´t think somebody would try getting their starter to lvl 69 in the third gym, not even in the 6th gym you would have it in lvl 69. Also mudkip has a certain advantage with the third gym because he learns mudshot in lvl 16 (when it evolves);)
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Forum Guest Posted at: 03:27 Mar22 2014 Post ID: 3310967
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For a starter Pokemon, take your pick, they're all sweet. (Personally though, I'd go Mudkip) Nice early game Pokes include Ralts, a powerful psychic, Lotad, Water/grass dual typing is great offensively and defensively, and Whismur also ain't half bad in my eyes, it's movepool is mind blowing.
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rocket_pajamas Posted at: 16:02 Apr24 2014 Post ID: 3317344
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I started with Torchic, and he's been doing well for me. Here's my current lineup. Any advice for changes that can easily be made in Sapphire, please, tell me! I'm on the 5th gym now.

Combusken (29 LV, 79 HP, 66 ATT. 39 DEF. Sp Attack 55, SP DEF 40, Speed 44.)
Pelipper (31 LV, 82 HP, 39 ATT, 75 DEF, 61 SP ATT, 49 SP DEF, 55 SPEED)
Mightyena (27 LV, 80 HP, 53 Att, 50 DEF, 42 SP ATT, 41 SP DEF, 50 Speed)

my main ones, extensive training on

Sandshrew (17 LV, 45 HP, 37 ATT, 34 DEF, 16 SP ATT, 18 SP DEF, 20 SPeed)
Swablu (18 LV, 49 HP, 22 Att, 28 Def, 18 SP ATT, 36 SP Def, 28 Speed.)

Looking at this they need a LOT of work. The best moves for each are:

Combusken: Double Kick
Pelipper: Wing Attack or Water Gun, Supersonic works well too.
Mightyena: Bite
Sandshrew: Dig
Swalbu: Sing
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Forum Guest Posted at: 06:19 May15 2014 Post ID: 3319147
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the best sarter is mudkip
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Forum Guest Posted at: 07:12 Aug22 2014 Post ID: 3340053
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Mudkip is the best because of of the type he becomes.
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Forum Guest Posted at: 05:48 Sep21 2014 Post ID: 3346568
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Oh mudkip
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Forum Guest Posted at: 00:36 Sep26 2014 Post ID: 3347579
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Well first i choose torchic cause its fighting type and fire type it is effective on your first obstacles. Second wild pokemons near rustburo like nincada, silcoon, and wurmple is like desert to torchick beacause you can always one hit em with peck: first move. Third, during your way to dewford lets see if you trained em it'll be lvl 20 so it now know double kick and ember, in the gym leader you can use double kick brawlers pokemon and maybe one more cause he uses super potion he'll lose. Fourt, on your way to slateport you will encounter team magama so their pokemons are vulnerable against torchick. Lastly just to be a spoiler: steven, the pokemon leauge champion, is using rock types so fighting type is very effective.
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