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As I’m composing and writing this blog article, Pokémon Go is releasing Sinnoh Pokémon on the streets. Now, I love different productions for one reason or the other but Generation 4 seems to have a particular spot in my heart because was once I got back into Pokémon following a lengthy hiatus. In particular, Pokémon Platinum ranks as one of my favorite Pokémon games as they took Diamond and Pearl and improved everything about these games making a stellar classic.

But we’re here in order to determine which forms are the very best for a Monotype (or Single Type) Run which is a run where you just capture and train 1 type of Pokémon. And alas, the Sinnoh games have been hit or miss. Although more Pokémon are released, Diamond and Pearl just have 150 Pokémon accessible so that you get some fairly average runs. Platinum thankfully adds 60 greater Pokémon into Sinnoh that creates a good deal of types achievable or splendid.

I’ve written previous posts on Monotype Run so check those out. However, for people who are unfamiliar are the rules.

  1. Just Pokémon of a particular type may be caught and trained.
  2. You need to grab the very first Pokémon available of that type if your starter does not match that type (you will then have to discount that newcomer ).
  3. You may train a Pokémon that evolves to said type provided that you do it ASAP.
  4. No trading allowed
  5. Just Pokémon caught before Elite Four are all counted.

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Without further ado, let us have a look! A list of complete team combinations can be seen below too.

The Very Greatest Types

Beginning with the top tier I would say that the Water, Poison, Normal, Psychic, Steel, along with Struggling types are types that you should go for due to their commonality, early availability and kind policy. This is the very first time in the show where Poison can defend itself from Psychic attacks thanks to Drapion and Stuntank and if you have Roserade, Toxicroak, Crobat, along with Tentacruel backing you up you’re in for a good moment. Struggling types meanwhile possess a near consistent occurrence-rate as you have Chimchar as your own starter and then afterwards you have Medicham, Toxicroak, also, obviously, Lucario. Water is amazing as standard but this run is unique since you have Empoleon who is incredibly infrequent and amazing. Empoleon’s presence also makes the Sinnoh matches a hidden jewel for a Steel group, definitely do not miss it here.

Meanwhile, the Platinum enhances these kinds farther and make Ground and Flying kinds amusing…thanks tooooo Gliscor! Gliscor’s astonishing type combo improves both of those kinds and come-on, it’s Gliscor, they are the ideal. You also can prepare a Mamoswine for Earth and a Togekiss and Yanmega for Flying.

The Worst Types

Like routine, Dragon along with Ice are kinds I strongly advocate against. Despite Platinum these kinds suffer as a result of late game accessibility (especially Ice), restricted selections, and inadequate coverage. Additionally, if you’re playing Diamond or Pearl, then Fire and Electric are pretty abysmal. It’s true that you can catch both kinds early on however there are hardly any of these. Platinum improves their diversity and leaves them more doable but it will definitely be a walk at the park. Dark types can also be rather dismal if your playing Pearl or Platinum since they’re accessible mid-game at best and there’s a lackluster motto. Fortunately, at Diamond, you can grab a Murkrow at Eterna Forest after the first gym.

Spiritomb

If you already skipped ahead and hunted through the list, you might have discovered Spiritomb is missing out of the Dark and Ghost kind lists. That is because he’s one of the hardest non-legendary Pokémon to capture. You need to get that the Old Keystone, that is not overly hard, however, you also have to talk to 32 people in the underground. They have to be real individuals too and not NPCs! Fortunately, you will only need another individual with Diamond/Pearl/Platinum to perform it. However, as you will need an extra copy of the sport so as to get Spiritomb this disqualifies Spiritomb based on our rules. But Dark kind still has impartial coverage thanks to Drapion.

Bug

Ideal Team: Vepiquen, Wormadam (Steel and Ground kind ), Heracross, Dustox, Mothim/Yanmega (Platinum)/ / Scyther (Platinum Card )

First Pokémon: Kricketot via Route 202 prior to the first fitness center

Covers Weaknesses?

Dark

Ideal Team: Drapion, Weavile

Optional Pokémon: Absol (Platinum), Honchkrow (Diamond), Stuntank (Diamond), Houndoom (Platinum), Umbreon (Platinum)

First Pokémon: Murkrow can be caught in Eterna Forest following the first gym in Diamond. In Pearl, you can grab a Skorupi from the Great Marsh well following the third fitness center. In Platinum, you can get an Eevee at Hearthome City just before the next gym.

Covers Weaknesses? Yes

Dragon

Ideal Team: Garchomp, Dialga (Diamond)/ / Palkia (Pearl)/Giratina (Platinum), Altaria (Platinum)

First Pokémon: Gible at Wayward Cave. In Diamond and Pearl you require strength which is following the th gym. In Platinum, strength isn’t required and you may catch one after the next gym.

Covers Weaknesses? Just in Diamond thanks to Dialga but at the other two variations, Pearl has a Dragon Platinum and weakness has both a Dragon and Ice weakness

Electric

Optional Pokémon: Pachirisu

First Pokémon: Shinx at Route 202 prior to the first fitness center

Covers Weaknesses? Just in Platinumin Diamond and Pearl that the Ground type Isn’t neutralized.

Fairy (technically does not exist yet but if it did…)

First Pokémon: Cleffa/Clefairy in Mt Coronet after the next gym

Covers Weaknesses? No, Steel or even Poison not covered

Fighting

First Pokémon: Chimchar via starter

Covers Weaknesses? Yes

Fire

Ideal Team: Infernape, Rapidash, Flareon (Platinum), Houndoom (Platinum), Magmar (Platinum Card )

First Pokémon: Chimchar via starter

Covers Weaknesses? No, Water and Earth not neutralized

Flying

Optional Pokémon: Staraptor/Noctowl/Chatot/ / Togekiss (Platinum), Pelipper/Mantine

First Pokémon: Starly via Route 201

Covers Weaknesses? Just in Platinum, in Diamond and Pearl the Electric and Rock types are not neutralized.

Ghost

Optional Pokémon: Giratina (Platinum)

First Pokémon: Drifloon on Fridays in the Valley Windworks prior to the next gym

Covers Weaknesses? No, Black and Ghost moves Aren’t neutralized

Grass

Ideal Team: Torterra, Roserade, Wormadam, Abomasnow, Leafeon (Platinum), Tropius (Platinum)

First Pokémon: Turtwig via newcomer

Covers Weaknesses? No, Fire and Flying not coated

Ground

Ideal Team: Torterra, Hippowdon, Garchomp, Gastrodon/Quagsire/Whiscash, Gliscor (Platinum)/Steelix, Mammoswine (Platinum Card )

First Pokémon: Turtwig via newcomer

Covers Weaknesses? Yes

Ice

Ideal Team: Abomasnow, Weavile, Glaceon (Platinum), Mammoswine (Platinum), Froslass (Platinum), Glalie (Platinum)

First Pokémon: Snover/Sneasel at Diamond and Pearl on Route 216 following the sixth fitness center or Eevee in Hearthome City in Platinum before the next gym.

Covers Weaknesses? No, all versions weak to Fire and Steel. Diamond/Pearl additionally feeble to Rock and Fighting

Regular

Ideal Team: Starraptor/Togekiss (Platinum), Clefable, Snorlax, Girafarig, Ambipom, Lopunny

Optional Pokémon: Bibarel, Chatot, Noctowl, Blissey, Purugly (Pearl), Lickilicky (Platinum), Porygon (Platinum Card )

First Pokémon: Starly along with Bidoof at Route 201

Covers Weaknesses? Yes

Poison

Optional Pokémon: Haunter, Stuntank (Diamond)

First Pokémon: Zubat through Route 203 and 204 and Budew via Route 204 both which can be caught before the first gym

Covers Weaknesses? Yes

Psychic

Ideal Team: Mr. Mime/Gardevoir (Platinum), Bronzong, Medicham/Gallade (Platinum), Kadabra, Girafarig, Espeon (Platinum)

Optional Pokémon: Chimecho

First Pokémon: Abra through Route 203 prior to the first gym

Covers Weaknesses? Yes

Rock

Ideal Team: Graveler, Onix, Rampardos (Diamond and Platinum)/Bastiodon (Pearl and Platinum), Probopass (Platinum), Sudowoodo, Rhydon (Platinum Card )

First Pokémon: Geodude either Oreburgh Gate or Ravaged Course before the initial gym

Covers Weaknesses? No, in most versions Water, Ground and Fighting moves are not neutralized. In Diamond, the Rock kind is additionally weak to Grass and metal moves.

Notes: Please note that you may only get Rampardos OR Bastiodon in PlatinumCard! It depends on your Trainer ID number. If the last digit is you receive a Bastiodon and when it is strange you get a Rampardos.

Steel

Ideal Team: Empoleon, Bastiodon (Pearl and Platinum Card [want an ID that ends with the even number])/Probopass (Platinum), Bronzong, Lucario, Steelix, Magnezone (Platinum Card )

First Pokémon: Piplup via starter

Covers Weaknesses? Yes, provided you receive a Bronzong that has got the Levitate Ability.

Water

Ideal Team: Empoleon, Quagsire/Whiscash/Gastrodon, Gyarados/Mantine, Tentacruel, Octillery, Vaporeon (Platinum Card )

Optional Pokémon: Golduck, Milotic, Azumarill, Floatzel, Lumineon, Palkia (Pearl)

First Pokémon: Piplup via Starter

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