Originally Posted by SharKing @superbobbobbob3; I can't wait to see you either! My Trainer name is Devin. Sweet:)
@superbobbobbob3; I can't wait to see you either! My Trainer name is Devin.
I'm going to be doing this competition as well, so I can't wait to see you in it.
I'm using no legendarys, because I'm not a noob.
My trainer name is Hayden, what is yours?
@The Outrage; Well, it's not too late. If you've been breeding some good 'mons, you can cobble them together (like I did) in time for registrations, which I think will open later today.
My Mewtwo wound up with all stats 29+, but it was Modest since I didn't feel like breeding a Timid Ralts ):
(Now that I have an extra copy of X, I could probably get a good one).
I totally forgot about this and I actually wanted to enter an official online tournament for once.
@SharKing; Oh, alrighty then. Best of luck in this !
@winstein; Haha, thanks for catching that! Yeah, it was a copy/paste oversight.
Seems odd that your Pinsir is a Special Attacker that have all Physical attacks (or is that a mistake as a result of copy/paste?).
Thanks for reading.
The full-offense Greninja isn't something I see very much. o.o Props to you. :D
Also, more props for using Harbinger aka Mega Pinsir. ASSUMING CONTROL.
@Herbizarre; I'm aware of such differences, but I've trained these guys for Lv.100 before even hearing of the April Friendly, and I didn't really feel like making such tiny and tedious changes for something I wasn't gonna be super-competitive about. So yeah. XD
Have you made sure to EV train them for the specific level of 50 ? EVs on stats at Level 50 acts differently than on Level 100. To give you an idea of how different that plays out, here's an example worth of notice :
At Level 100 Jolly Full EV Speed Golem has 207 in Speed at most, while Timid Full Speed Electrode has 416. That means with one Rock Polish, Golem can't outspeed Electrode (207x2 = 414, which is still inferior to 416).
This is where the stats at Level 50 makes the difference : Full Speed Golem has 106 Speed at this level, while Electrode has 211. But this time around, with one Rock Polish, the Megaton Pokémon can outspeed the Ball Pokémon (106x2 = 212, which is superior to 211).
Better yet : sometimes, you don't need to spend all 252 EV in a stat, as 248 EV can be enough to get the maximum stat for a specific Pokémon. To know how many EVs are needed, grab Pokémon Online, go in the Team Builder, set a Pokémon at Level 50 and tweek the EVs as you see fit. You'll be able to see a bit of difference, which can make a big difference.
Im liking the team. I havent even readied my team yet. I thought about Mewtwo but I lack a decent one to use. From practicing on Showdown's April Friendly roster, Ive seen a lot of people abuse Legendaries and lack of Moody/Evasion clause so ive been thinking on some of my team to counter that.
That's what happens when a god is on steroids.
Now might be a good time to start training Scary Fish, since I no longer have a massive Electric-type threat looming over my forehead. Of course, there's also Bluebottle the Tentacool to consider; I think it naturally learns Bubble Beam before too long.
I keep saying: Use Magikarp(or catch a Geodude on route 111)!
You don't have any water-type moves for Flannery, and Gyarados is just so useful in a Nuzlocke.
+1 0 Atk Huge Power Azumarill Rollout vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Walrein: 2592-3050 (718 - 844.8%) -- guaranteed OHKO
....suck it, you fat bag of hax.
Heh, and your final team was amazing.
@crystallineEntropy; Haha, I'll keep that in mind! As a bonus, this old Emerald vid ought to make you happy, even though it isn't exactly Nuzlocke footage.
Not sure if I'll be watching this, but I want you to DESTROY Glacia when you get to her. The reason my Emerald Nuzlocke sank. StupidBitchAndHerSheerColdHax.
Onion Ring the Linoone is lulz, btw.
The fight's already done, I'm editing Part 10 right now, and believe me, I had to do something a little unusual to oppose Wattson. Along with some brute-force level grinding (though I tried to put myself even with him rather than severely overleveled). I'll drop this hint before revealing it tomorrow: it got desperate.
Pity you can't find anything like a Geodude or a Ground/Water.
Gyarados is somewhat fast and can learn Flamethrower, so maybe trying that might not work out horribly? If you're that insistant on having something resistant to Electric, maybe you can try the Electrike you caught just for the gym and then switch to Gyarados when you're done.(Or there's always brute force level grinding...)