The best moveset for Dragonite in Pokemon Red and Blue


Dragonite is the most annoying Pokemon in Pokemon Red & Blue.The majority of its use comes from its access to Agility and Wrap, as Wrap is an insane move in Generation I. It does get some other good moves, but it’s unfortunate that there are no good Dragon-Type moves available in these games.Note: This list is subjective and reflects only the opinion of the writer.The best moveset for Dragonite in Pokemon Red and BlueThe MovesetMove 1 WrapMove 2 AgilityMove 3 Hyper BeamMove 4 BlizzardAs mentioned, Wrap is an incredibly oppressive move. It deals continual damage for 2-5 turns, and if the user goes first, the opponent cannot move during those turns. This means that they cannot use any attacks. It can be incredibly annoying, and also very strong. It does require Agility setup to gain enough speed for it to be detrimental. It may be difficult sometimes to find a good time to use Agility though, since paralyzing moves and Ice-Type attacks are used frequently.Agility + Wrap is the name of the game here. Of course, those are only two moves though, so additionallally having Hyper Beam and Blizzard is great. Hyper Beam is its strongest STAB (Same Type Attack Boost) move. Blizzard allows it to hit Pokemon like Gengar, since both other moves are Normal-Type.Let’s go over some other options, as the moveset is customizable. Thunderbolt is a solid option for hitting Pokemon like Lapras, Cloyster, and Starmie for super effective damage. Depending on the player’s team composition, this may be used over Blizzard or Hyper Beam. Thunder Wave is a great option in tandem with Agility. A fast paralyze can be absolutely terrifying. An alternative moveset could be replacing Hyper Beam with one of these two moves, likely Thunder Wave.Partnering Dragonite with Pokemon like Chansey is great too, since it can defensively switch against threats like Blizzard and Thunderbolt. Also, having something for Gengar is a big deal, as it’s the biggest check. So something with Ground coverage is great, like Rhydon or Snorlax with Earthquake.
Published 13 Feb 2021, 00:31 IST

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3 most popular Psychic Pokemon from Kanto


The Kanto region is where the Pokemon journey started and where the powerful Psychic-type category was introduced.In Pokemon’s first Generation, Psychic-types were nearly unstoppable. Players that could get their hands on an Alakazam were going to dominate the in-game competition. That power and rarity is what made Psychic-types one of the most popular typings available. That wouldn’t have been possible without the forebearers of the type from the Kanto region.3 most popular Psychic Pokemon from Kanto#3 – Abra Image via The Pokemon CompanyAbra has remained a popular Psychic-type Pokemon as the series progressed. While it is not as strong as some others, Abra has found its way into the hearts of fans everywhere.

It is small and cute. That is usually the criteria for an unevolved Pokemon to become popular. The mystery behind it and how it simply teleports away from a battle made many fans look at it like a child and want to adore it.#2 – Mew Image via The Pokemon CompanyMew sort of falls into the same category as Abra. Its size and cuteness have made it one of the most popular Pokemon ever. It can learn every TM, TR, HM, and Move Tutor move outside of those saved for specific groups like Secret Sword or Draco Meteor.It is the basis for which Mewtwo was cloned, and theories suggest that the many Ditto in the Pokemon world came from Mew. Its appearance in the anime series and movies has made it extremely popular.

#1 – Mewtwo Image via The Pokemon CompanyOf course, the clone of Mew is the most popular Psychic-type Pokemon from the Kanto region. Mewtwo may be the most powerful Pokemon of all time. It has featured roles in Pokemon: The First Movie and even Detective Pikachu.It was portrayed as a villain. Its realization that Pokemon and man can live together in harmony immediately shifted the view of Pokemon fans. Being as close to a human as any Pokemon will probably be made fans relate to it quite a bit.
Published 10 Feb 2021, 00:23 IST

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Top 5 Pokemon that shouldn’t have been starters



Starter Pokemon are the most iconic in the franchise, being the first partners that trainers will ever have.Pokemon fans have fond memories of selecting a Charmander or Froakie and going on an adventure. Those Pokemon were some of the best starters in the series. There are others that don’t meet the standard set by the many other starter Pokemon. In fact, they would be better off in the wild than being a starter at all.Note: This article is subjective and reflects the opinion of the writer.Top 5 Pokemon that shouldn’t have been starters#5 – Turtwig Image via The Pokemon Company

A lot of Pokemon often find themselves copied in a way. Just ask Pikachu. There are a ton of Pikachu “rip-offs.” Bulbasaur eventually saw that issue with Turtwig. Turtwig was not a direct imitation of Bulbasaur, but its evolutionary line is far too similar. As a starter, it is the least popular of its generation and would have been better off copying Bulbasaur in the tall grass.#4 – Litten Image via The Pokemon CompanyLitten doesn’t quite fit in with the other starter Pokemon of its generation. At first, Litten is a bit plain. It eventually evolves into Incineroar. Incineroar is a mighty battler and powerful Pokemon. Its humanoid nature is just vastly different than the final forms of Rowlet and Popplio. Litten and its evolutions could easily have been an early encounter Fire-type.#3 – Snivy

Image via The Pokemon CompanySnivy is one of the more boring starter Pokemon. Even after evolving, it doesn’t really stand out. Serperior is pretty underwhelming when compared to Emboar and Samurott. Snivy is a pretty elegant creature, and that has given it a fan-favorite status. Regardless of that, it would be better off as a wild Pokemon. It being a starter seems out of place.#2 – Torchic Image via The Pokemon CompanyTorchic as a starter is the beginning of an overpowered journey. Everyone knows what Blaziken did to the meta of competitive Pokemon battling. Blaziken, to this day, may be the most powerful starter Pokemon of all time. In reality, if Torchic and Combusken did not exist, Blaziken would be fine. Being a pseudo-legendary that is hard to come by would suit it much better.#1 – Eevee Image via The Pokemon CompanyThe Let’s Go series is a bit of a stain on main entry Pokemon games. They weren’t bad, but they were definitely not the type of game that Pokemon fans were expecting. In Let’s Go, Eevee! the starter was, of course, Eevee. It could not evolve, however, much like Pikachu refuses in its Let’s Go game and Pokemon Yellow. Having an Eevee with so many evolutions available but being unable to access any of them is a bit silly.
Published 09 Feb 2021, 00:35 IST

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3 Pokemon HMs that shouldn’t exist



Over the course of two decades, Game Freak has introduced over a dozen Hidden Machine moves in Pokemon. Known as HMs by most, these moves are traditionally used to progress the story and allow you to access different areas. Some are also pretty solid in battle as well, expanding some Pokemon’s move pools.However, there are more downsides with HMs than there are upsides. For most of any Pokemon game, the moves are permanent until you find a Move Deleter. Also, since most are required for story completion, you have to have Pokemon with HMs in your party for certain parts of the game.As if this wasn’t annoying enough, there are a few HMs that Game Freak seemingly only introduced to annoy players. Here are three Hidden Machines that shouldn’t exist in Pokemon games.3 HMs Pokemon players wish they could forget#3 – Whirlpool Image via ScykohExclusive to Johto, Whirlpool simply wasn’t needed for the games. It’s only usable to access the Whirl Islands, which you only have to do once throughout the entire story. Of course, the Islands are home to Lugia in Pokemon Silver and Soul Silver but only needing an HM one time is a cruel move by Game Freak. You can always delete it at a Move Deleter but it’s still annoying to teach to a Pokemon.#2 – Defog

Image via The Pokemon CompanyAn HM only seen in Sinnoh, Defog always should have been a Technical Machine (TM). Featuring absolutely no battle usage, this HM replaced Flash from the previous generations. However, it was as equally useless and only helped the player in one or two sections of the game. Though, you can easily get through those sections without the use of Defog.#1 – Flash Image via The Pokemon CompanyThe original useless HM, Flash comes in at number one on this list. In Generation I, where it originated, there was no Move Deleter, so you were stuck with the HM if you taught it to one of your Pokemon.While this issue was resolved in later generations, Flash is still absolutely meant for the Technical Machine category. In fact, for Generation IV and beyond, Game Freak decided to make Flash a TM like it rightfully should have been in the first place. When that happened, it was clear that Flash shouldn’t have been an HM.
Published 08 Feb 2021, 04:10 IST

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3 most underwhelming Fighting Pokemon from Kanto


The Kanto region started the Pokemon journey and gave fans their first look at most of the Pokemon types.One of those is the Fighting-type category. Many of the Fighting-type Pokemon from Kanto are still some of the best in the entire Pokedex. Some of them, however, are much more underwhelming than others from the same region. That doesn’t mean they are bad. It just means that they don’t live up to the standards set by those who are exceptional.3 most underwhelming Fighting Pokemon from Kanto#3 – Primeape Image via The Pokemon CompanyAs a fully evolved Fighting-type Pokemon, Primeape doesn’t meet the hype that the likes of Machamp or Poliwrath do. If Primeape comes first, players should go ahead and use it. Otherwise, it is best served as a Pokedex filler. There are a lot more stronger Fighting-type choices in Kanto.

#2 – Mankey Image via The Pokemon CompanyMankey, as the pre-evolved form of Primeape, falls into the same category of underwhelming. Players can get a Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee just by defeating the Fighting Dojo Master. Those are two incredibly powerful Fighting-type Pokemon that need no evolution to reach their full potential.If Primeape is underwhelming, then Mankey is even more so because it takes an evolution to power it up completely. There is nothing wrong with it if it is caught early. Once another Fighting-type is available, it is a good idea to send Mankey to the PC.#1 – Machop

Image via The Pokemon CompanyMachop eventually evolves into arguably the strongest and most popular Fighting-type Pokemon. Being the first form of such a strong creature, though, it is a bit underwhelming. It doesn’t exude the same power that Machoke or Machamp do.In fact, Machop is a cute and cuddly compared to its later versions. The truly dedicated will get a Machop, evolve it quickly, and trade it as fast as possible for a Machamp. That makes the actual Machop itself pretty useless.
Published 07 Feb 2021, 00:38 IST

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