I'm obsessed with having all my team members be at the exact same level. If one of them gets ahead in levels I'll level up the rest of them to the same level before I can move on in the game.
HM slaves are, however, an exception.
In my first ever pokemon game, Ruby, I leveled up my Blaziken to 100, and only used my others for HM's.
Now I know better.
Pokemon games are MUCH easier to beat with one strong Pokemon than with many lower leveled ones. Unless you plan on doing tons of grinding to keep your Pokemon up to snuff, one strong Pokemon is usually all you need, provided you use the right move spread.
Eh, I don't think so. I try and keep them on the same level just in case I can't win against a particular person and need to switch out to different types/movesets. One pokemon doesn't work out so well unless you do the whole EV/IV and nature thing with a good moveset.
It really depends, but once you break the level 70 threshold with one Pokemon, you're pretty much set.
shit dude I was gonna post D:<
Great minds think alike :P
i kno ayyye...garrh irritating
lol i always did my starter more than the others, unless it was a pokemon i wanted to keepp.. You'd usually find the same pokemon near the end in their lvl 40's
Wild pokemon are a lot weaker than ones you trained to that level.
I was very precise. I would train my pokemon on every trainer and wild pokemon. I had to alternate them each time one gained a level. I found it MUCH easier than one strong pokemon. Especially for the elite four when there's so many different types!
I was the same way! I found it so much easier so then you could switch out for type advantages.
What a bad way to train D:
Most of the time, my starter would start falling behind.
Actually, the game tends to be much easier if you do it this way. The more Pokemon you use, the more likely you are to be underleveled. One big beefy Pokemon is much better than four or five underleveled ones. That being said, I never trained that way either.
Yeah, one amazing Pokémon would be better, but we both know that there's no fun or challenge in that.
I used to be that way, but now what i do is I think about what gym i have to beat, so if its water, than i train the heck out of my grass or electrtic, then if the next gym is electric i train my ground type and so on.