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This page contains Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team Hints for Nintendo DS called "Easy way to train your weak pokemon" and has been posted or updated on Mar 14, 2008 by Ragnerah.
- Developer: Chunsoft
- Publisher: Nintendo
- Genre: Role-Playing Console-style RPG
- Release: Sep 18, 2006
- ESRB: Everyone
Easy way to train your weak pokemon
The easiest way to level up pokemon that I found out is to first get the weak pokemon you want to lv up then make sure you have at least one strong pokemon but two works better. After you do that play as one of your strong pokemon, dont go into a dungeon and make sure your strong pokemon is the only pokemon in your team for the time being. Then with your strong pokemon go to your weak pokemons friend area and recruit it, then if you have a second strong pokemon recruit it last. With your 3 pokemon go to a dungeon with strong pokemon and if your weak pokemon is very very weak take some reviver seeds. I suggest that you go to the sky tower or the western cave. When you get in your dungeon simply start beating pokemon up and make sure your weak pokemon does not battle or come in contact with other pokemon. While you are beating the other pokemon up your weak pokemon ( who is doing nothing )will gain the same amount of experience you do. I seriously suggest you take two pokemon so your weak pokemon can stay in the middle of you and your partner while you two have fun on your killing spree. Make sure you recruit them in the way I told you to above. I hope your pokemon levels up some.
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