Pokemon Black and White
Pansear is one of three monkey type Pokemon and is fire based, which can give it a huge advantage against grass types as well as ice without even allowing it to evolve.
Samurott is the final form of the small otter type Pokemon, Oshawott. Its a very strong water type Pokemon that makes a great team member for later stages in the game.
Woobat is a dual flying and psychic type Pokemon that resembles a fluffy fruit bat. The only way to get it to evolve is to have its happiness at maximum.
Using Solosis without evolving it in Pokemon Black and White can be quite difficult. Solosis has some basic stats but it can be upgraded with TMs and HMs to become powerful.
Snivy is the grass starter type Pokemon in Pokemon Black and White. It evolves into two powerful Pokemon, but this can be stopped for anyone wanting a difficult trial of keeping an unevolved form.
Patrat is a normal type Pokemon that resembles a chipmunk. It may seem like a weak Pokemon to use at first, but boosting up its skills can work out in the end.
Victini is the legendary fire and psychic Pokemon that appears in the Black and White versions of the game. Learn how to use him effectively, even against stronger enemies.
Oshawott is the cutesy water type pokemon that you can choose as your starter. He has a lot to offer even right at the beginning, and although he is a water type, he can fight his way through his weaknesses.
Opelucid City Gym is the eighth and final Gym you’ll need to conquer on your adventure through Unova. Bright Hub’s Pokemon Black and White Opelucid City Gym Guide will walk you through the grandest and toughest Gym challenge yet!
The Icirrus City Gym is the seventh Gym you’ll need to defeat in Pokemon Black and White. Bright Hub’s Pokemon Black and White Icirrus City Gym Guide will tell you how to navigate the icy Gym floor and defeat Gym Leader Brycen.