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Pokémon Stadium Tips
Submitted by pokémaniac

Website: http://bulbasaurrules.homestead.com

Pika Cup
I recommend that if you rent out these pokémon: Raichu, Gengar, Arcanine, Kadabra, Starmie, and Rhyhorn, they will get you through the battles with ease. The last 2 battles are kind of tricky, I think you should lead with Raichu, and give them thunder wave to paralyze their big 20 lv. Pokémon, then have Starmie and Kadabra back you up. You will probably be able to get through it.

Petite Cup
Rent out these pokémon for a surefire win: Farfetch’d, Machop, Jigglypuff, Pikachu, Growlithe, and Squirtle. Since none of the pokémon in this entire cup are evolved, it is pretty easy to win. So just use these pokémon to lead you to victory.

Poké Cup
I am halfway through this cup (Ultra Ball Difficulty), I have done it with these guys: Charizard, Blastoise, Poliwrath, Dragonite, Lapras, and Rhydon. Although there are a lot of type similarities they still beat the other guys with the superior strength.

Prime Cup and Gym Leader’s Castle
I have one word for you…. Mewtwo. Just use your Mewtwo from the gameboy game to go through all four levels of difficulty and the gyms. Make sure it knows these attacks: Substitute (TM 50)- Get it at the Game Corners prize place. Psychic- Learned on own. Fire Blast (TM 39)- Don’t remember where you get the TM, Sorry. And Recover- Learns on own. Then pump him up with all the enhancers. HP up, PP up, Carbos, Iron, Calcium, and Protein. In the first two levels of difficulty and beginning gyms you just need to use Psychic to beat them. After that you may need to use this strategy. First use substitute, then recover, and finally the attack of your choice. Here is something you may like, the last trainer in the Prime Cup has Mew. Rewards that you get for the game are coming soon, I have gotten 2.

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