(PTD) Pokemon Tower Defence part 68 - Viridian City





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Published on Mar 31, 2012

Pokemon Move Used (Waves 1- 7) Move Used (Wave 8)
Groudon Defense Curl Geodude's Magnitude
Pidgeot Protect Twister
Rhydon Rock Polish Rock Blast
Exeggutor Hypnosis Egg Bomb
Blastoise Iron Defense Bubblebeam
Arcanine Agility Fire Fang
Alakazam Reflect Psybeam

Strategy (Defeat as many of the Pokémon as you can before Wave 8. Just because Whirlwinding or Roaring them away doesn't make them come back doesn't mean you don't have to worry about them. The ones you don't defeat come back in Wave 8. And if you're not prepared, they will wipe the field with your Pokémon)

To defeat Groudon, just use any very effective Grass, Water, and Ice type moves so it can weaken Groudon. Simply use all the Weakness of every pokemon from this level, be sure to use the effective moves!
Exeggutor + Giga Drain = Wave 8 Winner. Venusaur + Roar + Giga Drain = Wave 8 Winner and Wave 1-7 contributor. Jolteon + Electric move + Other type move + Helping Hand = blastoise = blizzard.Charizard = fire blast Golem + Bulldoze = Wave 1-8 Slower.

A good strategy involves the usage of Missingno., Vaporeon, Snorlax, Victini, Weezing, and Golbat. Use Vaporeon's Helping Hand to power up the rest of your team, then switch to Muddy Water. Have Missingno. set to use Giga Impact, Snorlax set to use Ice Punch (be ready to interchange with Giga Impact if necessary), Weezing set to use Dark Pulse, Victini set to use Solar Beam (and be ready to change to Thunderbolt or Searing Shot as the situation dictates), and Golbat set to use Whirlwind. Anything you don't defeat in the first seven waves returns in Wave 8 with an attacking move, except Groudon, who returns regardless.Once it's time for Wave 8, have Vaporeon get another Helping Hand going if there isn't one up already, and have Missingno. use Double Team. Then set Vaporeon and Missingno. back to Muddy Water and Giga Impact, respectively. Between the Double Team boost and the Muddy Water Accuracy drops, Missingno. might be able to actually survive long enough to help pummel the opposition into submission. It has the highest Attack stat in the game and access to STAB Giga Impact, and you'd be foolish to not take advantage of that. Its defenses may be crap, but that's why there's Double Team. Weezing's Dark Pulse is primarily for Alakazam and Exeggutor, but it deals nice damage all around. Victini's SolarBeam will make short work of Rhydon and is also effective on Blastoise and Groudon. Snorlax's Ice Punch is mainly for Rhydon, Exeggutor, and Groudon, while Giga Impact is for everything friggin' else. It may seem tempting to make use of Snorlax's Yawn attack, but experience shows that it ensures that Snorlax suffers a quick and ruthless defeat, especially if the final wave consists of many Pokémon. Make sure that Vaporeon is one of the first Pokémon to greet your opponents so Muddy Water has time to work its magic, and that Golbat is the last, so anything the other five don't defeat get another shot or two at it. Administer potions as needed. A great amount of this strategy hinges on Muddy Water's accuracy drops, so it may take a few tries, but it does work. It's obviously best if your whole team is at level 100, but it will still work even if everything is at least level 95

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