Beginning in Viridian City, this level shows Cal standing guard outside the Viridian Gym. Zapdos flies in carrying Gary, who gives Cal instructions to find a trainer named Gold in Johto if Mewthree prevails. Gary then reveals that he will turn himself in to Mewthree and that Cal cannot let anybody besides the Player fight Gary while under Mewthree's mind control. When Cal leaves, Mewthree appears and tells Zapdos that its babies are safe in return for its services. Mewthree merges Gary into Groudon's body before you arrive to challenge him. All Pokémon are above level 100.
|Move Used (Waves 1- 7)||Move Used (Wave 8)|
1. PTD wikia's 1#Edit
Healing Strategy Take your most powerful Pokémon (mine were all 96), and teach them Rest and a high-power move like Solarbeam,Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, etc. Place your Pokémon around the field and zip through the first seven waves. On wave eight, when they start attacking, wait until they cut down your Pokémon's health to red, then move your damaged Pokémon to a empty space away from the enemies and use Rest. Easy Win Strategy You'll need the three starters, namely: Venusaur with the moves Solar Beam, Toxic / Sludge Bomb, Rest, and Sleep Powder;
Charizard with Fire Blast / Flamethrower / Heat Wave, Solar Beam, Rest, and Aerial Ace;
and Blastoise with Iron Defense, Hydro Pump, Blizzard / Ice Beam, and Rest.
Next, you need: Cloyster with Iron Defense, Ice Beam, Rest, and Hydro Pump;
Arcanine with Crunch, Heat Wave, Roar, and Rest; and lastly,
Gyarados with Aqua Tail, Blizzard, Rest, and Fire Blast.
At the first waves, they don't attack. Grab the oppurtunity to attack and Roar them out and once on wave eight, be ready to use Rest.
2. Redglitch's StrategyEdit
Vaporeon: Hydro Pump, Iron Defense, Aqua Ring, and Ice Beam
Tentacruel: Hydro Pump, Rest, Ice Beam, and Giga Drain
Dragonite: Thunder, Hurricane, Rest, And Rain Dance
Butterfree: Bug Buzz, Solar Beam, Rest, And Sunny Day
Arcanine: Fire Blast, Rest, and Roar
Golem: Stone Edge, Rest, and Bulldoze
I just froze Groudon with Ice Beam, then switched to Hydro Pump usingVaporeon and Tentacruel. Solar Beam helped that and against Blastoise and Bug Buzz against Alakazam using Butterfree. Golem with Stone Edge for Pidgeot and Bulldoze to generally slow things down. Dragonite with Thunder against Blastoise and Pidgeot and Hurricane to confuse everyone. Arcanine by the candy with Roar and Fire Blast against Exeggutor. All Pokémon above level 90. A few of them fainted but use Rest to heal them quickly. Make sure Vaporeon does not faint.
3. CSY's StrategyEdit
You will need: 1) Entei 2) Raikou 3) Suicune 4) Venusaur 5) Slowbro (heal pulse) 6) Gengar
Gengar with destiny bond shall take out a groudon, but make sure you kill all the alakazam waves first. I didn't do any preparation or anything, I just put in my 6 strongest pokemon. The dogs are pretty much strong enough to kill the rest, but keep slowbro with heal pulse and use potions. If something is dying, put it back to your inventory. If groudon passes by, quickly switch your pokemon around.
4. PTD wikia's Strategy 2#Edit
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.
don. Snorlax's Ice Punch is mainly for Rhydon, Exeggutor, and Ghroudon, 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 ruthlbess 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 vdon'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.
5. PTD wikia's strategy 3#Edit
Easy strategy to be done with all your team consisting of Lapras and/or Dewgong.
Make sure at least 1 is a Lapras and teach it Thunderbolt. Also, make sure all have Rest, Hydro Pump and Ice Beam. Lastly, one of them should have Rain Dance.
For Groudon: All with Ice Beam for it can Freeze, keeping him away. Ends up doing better then Hydro Pump.
For Pidgeot: Same as above.
For Rhydon: Same.
For Exeggutor: Same, again. - Take the chance to Rain dance here.
For Blastoise: All Lapras with Thunderbolt. All Dewgongs with Ice Beam.
For Arcanine: Make sure Rain Dance is on, then just abuse Hydro Pump.
For Alakazam: Once again just Ice Beam.
Wave 8: Try to make sure Rain Dance is on by now - you'll need, mainly if Arcanine survived. Just keep hitting and whenever you're running out of HP, use the Healing Strategies few mouse scrolls above, which is, low HP, put Pokémon away form battle and use Rest/Recover/Other move.
6. Aaa's strategyEdit
All u need it
Level 90 Vaporeon: Muddy Water/Aqua Ring/Helping Hand/Ice Beam
Level 100 Gengar: Shadow Ball
The Gengar worked as supportive damage and as main hitter with STAB Shadow Ball on Alakazam and Exeggutor, while Vaporeon kept up the buff and helped with Ice Beams and Muddy Waters. Dewgong was the main hitter against most enemies.
7. Shellder StrategyEdit
Get 5 Shellder in Pallet Town, and give them these attacks through move tutor and TM, and buy water stones to make them Cloysters. Also get something with Roar or Whirlwind, and a strong attack.