|Stage Type||Protect the Flame Plate!|
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- Waves: 12
- Spots: 19
- Rare Candy: 1 (Flame Plate)
|Charizard||Boss||5, 12||Alpha / Omega|
|Heatran||Boss||7, 12||Alpha / Omega|
|Turtonator||Boss||3, 11||Alpha / Omega|
|Charizard||Common||3, 8||Alpha / Omega|
|Heatran||Common||5, 9||Alpha / Omega|
|Turtonator||Common||1, 7||Alpha / Omega|
Unknown's stratagy Edit
I used 3 Pokemon with Dragon Tail (doesn't matter which) and a Ninjask with Agility and Baton Pass. Put the Pokemon with Dragon Tail on corners and you should be fine. Due to Pokemon disappearing after returning to the start, if you hit them with Dragon Tail they are effectively on shot. No damage needed.
Luke's strategy Edit
Etrotta's Strategy Edit
I used a Fairy elemental Kyogre (any type should suffice ; just get yours... Alpha's better for special attackers most of the time I think). Make sure to relearn Water Spout and some good elemental moves, for Fairy's example I got Geomancy. Rock types are also good for killing Charizard, and de-buffing / buffing moves are always good.
Team example for the lazy ones
- x2 (any elemental) Kyogre [any self-buff possible + Water Spout]
- Golem x4 [[[Rock Polish]] + Bulldoze + Stealth Rock + Smack Down]
Pkmn_Master_Ru's Strategy Edit
I used 2 rock Kyogre with AncientPower, 2 Fairy Kyogre with Geomancy and Water Spout, and 2 Fire Kyogre with AncientPower and Fire Blast (since Heatran is half steel type, i tried to see if that would work)
Marcello's Strategy Edit
Just catch 6 Heatran from the map itself and they can easily handle it placed in the first 6 spots - AncientPower to boost up their stats, and switch over to Earth Power when there's a wave of Heatran (although if everyone's already at +6 you can generally handle the Heatran with just Ancient Power). Just be sure to rotate your mons into first position to get as many of them to a +6 Ancient Power boost as possible, and it's easy.
NoTTaScAMM's Strategy Edit
- 1x Venusaur w/ SolarBeam
- 1x Golem w/ Stealth Rock and Magnitude
- 1x Masquerain w/ Baton Pass and Quiver Dance and Air Slash
- 1x Pokemon w/ Aqua Tail (any high level water types just make sure you have aqua tail)
- 1x Gardevoir w/ Psychic (could be switched, I used it because it's one of my highest levels)
- 1x Garchomp w/ Dragon Claw (again could be switched, it's one of my highest level pkmn)
Order of Pokemon left to right and top to bottom.
When the game starts have Masquerain use Quiver Dance and have it's stats raised to 6 then use Baton Pass. Then try your best to defeat as many Pokemon as you can and if you have to move your Pokemon around to defeat the bosses. Then when the Heatran come catch as many as possible then quit the level and use Marcello's strat.
EasyGame's Strategy Edit
This strategy doesn't require you to obtain any shiny/shadow/elemental pokemon to pass, just some regulars would do your job.
- 2x pokemon that knows Thunder Wave ( I use Lanturn) put them at the first two spots to slow down all pokemon that passes through.
- 2x Gyarados that knows Rain Dance and Dragon Dance and Aqua Tail and put them at the third and fourth spots.
- 2x pokemon that knows Hydro Pump with the ability Swift Swim ( the Mantine from the previous stage would suffice) put them at the fifth and sixth spot.
Let Gyarados use Dragon Dance until its stats are maxed out, periodically use Rain Dance to increase damage of water type moves, notice any enemy that sneaked away and move your Gyarados there. Then you can increase the game speed and sit back and relax.
- When first released, you would originally be suspected of hacking if you caught Heatran.
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