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08-13-2011, 03:49 PM
Here are all six of Reds pokemon with some description.

Red is, without question, the hardest Trainer in the game; you shouldn't think about challenging him until your team is at the VERY LEAST levels 65-70, and even then you'll need tons of healing items and luck to win. Red's team is based on unique Pokemon that you can receive throughout the Kanto-based games: these include the four Starter Pokemon of Generation I, represented with Level 88 Pikachu, the highest-leveled Trainer Pokemon of the entire franchise and the Starter Pokemon and mascot of Pokemon Yellow, and Level 84 Venusaur, Charizard and Blastoise, the Kanto Region's Starter Pokemon and the mascots of Pokemon Green/LeafGreen, Red/FireRed and Blue. He also uses a Level 80 Lapras, replacing Red's Espeon in Generation II and representing a gift received from a worker in Silph Co., and a Level 82 Snorlax, which Red had to fight to progress his story. During this battle, Hail will never end unless you use another weather move.

Stranded Warrior
08-14-2011, 06:38 AM
Thanks, this will surely help me as to when i'm going to battle Red.

08-14-2011, 02:48 PM
Red was a really interesting battle. His Pokemon where very hard.
I was force to use a Mewtwo with choice specs to win.

Jedi Knight Goen-Tog Etya
08-14-2011, 04:08 PM
Yes, Red's team is very tough. Fortunately, I remember his Pokemon from the original Gold, Silver, & Crystal. My team was at level 100 by the time I defeated Red in the originals as well as HeartGold & SoulSilver. Even with max-leveled Pokemon, Red's team was still a challenge.

Frost Dragon
08-14-2011, 06:04 PM
Actually, on certain days (like pokemon gold and silver's anniversary) There will be diamond dust instead of hail, which has no effect on the battle.

08-15-2011, 06:08 AM
I got a little disappointed when his Espeon left. I considered him to be Vee from the Pokemon Adventures manga. I also was surprised that he was the Trainer from FRLG...who I didn't consider to be Red due to...well, no resemblance at all. Also, he was named "Pokemon Trainer" instead of Red in Brawl. I always considered Ethan from HGSS to be Gold from GSC, though.

He's a hard trainer. His Pokemon leveled up from GSC, but why did he seem easier this time around? Because I had already beaten Red in a past game?