3,626

Well, Dusoket Surely got new moves, at the beginning it had no Sparking tail, lightning bolt and oblivion Slash
As well as Garganchan, it had no blaze rampage

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Uh, the Dussocket I used in late July/early August had Sparking Tail and Oblivion Slash. It can be taught Oblivion Slash via the move tutor. And as far as Blaze Rampage on Garganchan? Again, the first one I ever used had it.

Maybe in the very first public build or two of the game, those manamon didn't have those moves, but if so, he fixed the issue within 2-3 weeks of launch.

Check out my Manamon text walkthrough at the following link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z8ls3rc3f4mkb … n.txt?dl=1

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3,628

Lol when your starter's stats are straight garbagee

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Good, I have your link jayde. thanks

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On the plus side, you can breed the starter so you can get a better version. You don't need excellent stats according to the Hazeldale stat checker. I pretty much ignored it the first and second playthroughs, and only pay attention now because I'm something of a perfectionist. By the time I get to the point in the game where you can breed your manamon, I usually have well over 100k gold, which is enough for over twenty breeding attempts. Much resetting and swearing usually ensues. Heh.

Check out my Manamon text walkthrough at the following link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z8ls3rc3f4mkb … n.txt?dl=1

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hey all. I would make donnammer electrick fighting steel type. it gets things like powerkick (read the visical description of donnammer= hammerhead, iron guard, steelhorn, charge, and sparking tail and power serge. maybe some coverage here and there. its actually a pity that snowmonno and garganchan have such bad defences they havee really neat movesets i think
kind regards,

kind regards and have a nice day,
marro
just you can find me on most multiplayer games with this name lol. If you wish to come in contact with me, just pm me on stw, i'm around there for the most.

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Um, Garganchan has bad defense now? The one I have, and all the others I've seen have good attack and good defense. Speed is crap, though. Evrything else is decent, including special attack. However, Snowmonno has defense just about as bad as Myaneeko. Myaneeko has a lot of hp and speed, but crap at evrything else. I usually catch one and just box it.

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Hi all and welcome to the 5th part of Manamon.
In this video, we're just going through a tunnel to get my manamon back which are token from me.
Don't forget to like this video and this post, to sub to the channel, to turn on the nultifications if you're subscribed, to comment something and to follow me on twitter by clicking on the last link that I have placed in the discription.
You can find the video on: https://youtu.be/AJ0Xu7TeHmY
Have fun!

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3,634

Now that someone talked  about donhammer before... why the hell it doesn't get Thunder hammer, is electric, is a Hammer, so...

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It really should. And ThunderHammer really should be either stronger or more accurate, because that defense drop hurts.

Garganchan's defenses actually aren't bad. Its HP isn't great though, which means about the same thing.

Myaneko is busted, pure and simple. At least Snowmonno, if you get speed going, can be a one-man wrecking-ball. Myaneko will hit something super-effectively for decent damage, then die horribly. I think the only sort of manamon it can kill are things, ironically, like Snowmonno and Deciced...except Snowmonno provides a quad-effective Spirit Force for an easy knockout, and Deciced can either switch out or can probably OHKO with Frigid Touch. I'll have to run that one. Hell, Deciced might even be able to use Vulnerability Scan, to hit one of Myaneko's double weaknesses (ghost and undead) for some big damage. Everything else is only singly weak to holy, at best, and Myaneko just doesn't have the firepower to OHKO except at insane level advantages...at which point all bets are off, anyway.

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3,636 (edited by kianoosh 2017-09-08 09:30:18)

Hi there. Jayde can I have your manamon walkthrough file?

Be careful that what you're saying, Just a word Can break your personality!

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You should have no trouble following any of the links I've placed in the last few pages. Any one of them will let you download it from Dropbox.

Check out my Manamon text walkthrough at the following link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z8ls3rc3f4mkb … n.txt?dl=1

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I have never had a problem doing this, but I am now in the tunnels and can't defeat my team that Octoross uses. I have a Ratsal at level 17, a Manja at level 19 and a Lonar at level 20. Do I just need to train more? Here is a file showing why this is so hard to do. Seriously, this usually takes just 2 or 3 tries, but this time, it's just, impossible or that's how it seems to be.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/9d6udpq347io3 … m.mp3?dl=0

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3,639

Get another granate and smash that zimbat away

kind regards and have a nice day,
marro
just you can find me on most multiplayer games with this name lol. If you wish to come in contact with me, just pm me on stw, i'm around there for the most.

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3,640

Okay, I'm here to help.

There are two ways to do this. The easy way and the hard way.

The easy way
1. Catch a Zinbat and level it up to 23-24 if you can.
2. Catch a Granate and level it up to level 23-24 if you can.
3. Lead with Zinbat. Aura Master Feefeye (neither the opponent's Zinbat or Feefeye will OHKO yours).
4. Assuming there's nothing else on Octoross's team except Zinbat and Feefeye, just grind it with Zinbat either until it croaks or until the opponent does (just Aura Master over and over). If it does die, bring out Granate for a probable one-shot kill, bearing in mind Octoross's manamon are only at 25% of their health.

The hard way
This assumes you have no mananets and thus can't change your team. This really is something Aaron should've planned better for, but oh well. He didn't, so here we are.

1. The only solution is to grind, I'm afraid, so get started. Use your level-up herbs - you should have 1-2 by now) if necessary. Get Lonar to level 25 if you can, and get Ratsal to level 24-25. Level up Monja as high as you can stand because it's dead meat and needs all the help it can get.
2. Lead with Lonar. Use Quake on Feefeye for a kill, or if you want to be more sure, use Bite, because you should be getting the first attack. Zinbat may hit you with Aura Master first, but that shouldn't kill you.
2. Just leave Lonar in until either it kills Zinbat or until it dies. At this point, bring in Ratsal and use Bite to mop up.

I'm not sure of the extent of Octoross's team beyond the two I saw, but your recording only showed me that your starting with Ratsal is a monumentally bad idea. Start with Lonar, and if his team is only those two, you might be able to win right now. Give it a try and see. Assuming you haven't already finished it by now, that is.

Check out my Manamon text walkthrough at the following link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/z8ls3rc3f4mkb … n.txt?dl=1

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Never thought of one shotting Zinbat with Stone Throw from Grannate, but I did it this morning. Started with Lonar, used Bite on Zinbat. By this time Zinbat had already took out Yavon's Fyste. Octoross sends in Grannate. Quaked Feefeye after Octoross sent out Grannate, since Feefeye used Poison Dart on Yavon's Eagala. Their's one reason for keeping Poison Dart on Feefeye! But yes, not bringing up that argument again. Octoross sends in Deciced. Eagala used Swoop on it, doing only like 4 damage. I finish it off with Bite. Octoross sends in Jiminar. Jiminar used Electric Shock on Yavon's Eagala, defeating it. I used Bite again and defeated Jiminar. And why didn't I use Quake, you ask? Because Jiminar had a broomstick equipped. Yavon's Friggle defeats Grannate with Tidle Wave. Octoross sends in Dormanoid. Dormanoid finally destroys Lonar with Grave Gun. I send in Manja because it's resistant to undead. Because of Manja's speed stat, it got the first turn and used Rookie Kick on Dormanoid doing some Damage. Dormanoid decided to derp, and used Dark Gift witch made the fight easier. Then Yavon's Friggle finished it off with Bubble! I guess it depends how you do it, could of done that last night.

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