Pokemon Team Builder

Pokemon Team Builder One of the most entertaining aspects of Pokemon games is planning and building your own party. And some players like to start thinking about all that early. Hence why while Legends Arceus still isn’t officially available, some of the fanbase already made their own Team Builder you can use. You can also sort pokemon by Evolution, Color, Generation, or even exclude certain Types. Lastly, there is also a randomizer feature to let the Team Builder make up a party for you. Once you’re done, you can use the Team Analysis feature to see how many Weaknesses, Resistances, and Immunities you’ve got covered. You can lastly take a screenshot of your team and share it to your friends and in our comments!

Pokemon Team Builder
Pokemon Team Builder

Pokemon Team Builder

Pokemon Team Builder It’s exciting to see Pokémon enter the digital age. Not so long ago, fans who were looking to build the best team had to leaf through endless strategy guides and ask their friends for information on the very best types, moves, stats, and techniques. Today, players who want to be the very best can use a variety of web-based team builders to compare potential teams without having to go through the trouble of catching, breeding, and training Pokémon just to see if they work well together.

There are a huge number of virtual team builders out there, but most of them work roughly the same way. You can select the game or generation you want to use, view Pokémon by type or region, and find out which types your team has a weakness to with the click of a button. There’s even a PvP team builder for Pokémon Go, though that’s slightly outside the scope of this article.

Pokemon Team Builder
Pokemon Team Builder

Pokemon Team Builder

For ease of use, I’m going to focus on one particular team builder: Pokémon Team Planner by richi3f. In this example, I’m using the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Pokédex and database, which is considered part of generation six. Once you’ve selected your game, you’re brought to a screen that has six party slots and a list of all the Pokémon in the game.

There are options at the top to filter the available Pokémon by type, legendary status, color, evolution potential, and more. If you have an idea of the Pokémon you want to use, you can click them to add them to your team, which will place them in one of the six egg slots at the top of the page. Clicking a Pokémon also displays its type for easy analysis. Remember to take factors like dual typing, stat growth potential, natures, abilities, move sets and learnsets, held items, and combo potential into consideration when building a team, especially if you’re planning on using these Pokémon competitively.

Once you’ve picked your team or just six Pokémon you want to use for comparison’s sake, click “Show Team Analysis” to get a detailed rundown of your team’s potential. The resulting chart will show all eighteen types and how many of your Pokémon have weaknesses, immunities, resistances, and coverage of each. If you’re looking for an easy way to gauge how effectively you can take on a wide variety of types, team builders are a great way to do it.

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