IVs are a value of 0 to 31. Any Pokémon has 6 of them, one for each stat. At lvl 100, every stat will have increased by the number of points equal to the value of the IV of that stat. So, if I have a Meganium with 10 IVs in speed and 15 IVs in SpAtt, for example, at lvl 100, then its speed would be 10 points higher than normal, and its SpAtt would be 15 points higher than normal.
Go to the Poke Center in Kiloude City. Inside to the left there's a man. Show him your Dratini. If he says it has 'outstanding potential' and then says that its HP, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense and Speed 'can't be better' then you have a flawless Dratini.
Not sure if it's a perfect Dratini, because obviously all Pokémon have different base stats, but you can check by asking the IV Checker in the Kiloude City Pokémon Center.
I'll try to give a description, but I'm really bad at describing them so I apologize for this horrible discritoption. They're basically like mini-stats, where they just determine what stat is better and what one is not. As far as I know, they don't really affect the stats too much, but they can make the difference between a 2HKO and a 1HKO.
I don't know how you were able to play Pokémon X with a DS.
Anyway, too bad for you, having things stolen sucks a lot. That is one of the reason I only buy digital games nowadays.
I only took my 3DS to school once and never brought it back again.
Man do I feel old. Got my first Pokeplush in 1996 from KFC. It was a different world then, I tell you whut. That's seriously awesome though, would love to see pics. Handmade plushes are the best.
If you see anyone playing Pokemon X on their 3ds, peek over their shoulder and make sure their team doesn't seem familiar, if you know what I mean.
Sorry to hear that. :(
Oh man, that's awful! That happened once to me with SoulSilver only to find it in the cuff of my shorts? Try looking in odd places, but of course don't forget to check your bag, car, etc. Good luck!
That really sucks~ :( Sorry that happened to you~ So many kids around my school bring their DSs and their copies of the game every day, but I try not to bring mine's too often for fear of losing it.
Awwww that's really sweet of your friend!
I'm so envious of you right now, because Scraggy and Scrafty are my favorite Pokemon...
But still, that's awesome!
Welcome to the plushie side, we have plushies.
I joke about stereotypes and such sometimes, but I don't mean to offend anyone. If anyone does get insulted, I apologize. But this seems pretty darn rude. I feel sorry for you.
Ow, man. I know how it feels to be bullied, but I've never had it THAT bad. PM me if you ever want to talk. I'm all ears if you need to vent.
This is a real shame to hear. Since you aren't asking for advice on the matter, you are more than free to ignore this, but I have one of two suggestions you can use if you so choose. The first is to just ignore them. They will most likely get bored at some point if you do so. Though it can be a battle of attrition. The other option is to go to a teacher you trust and talk to them about it. It may be a tad embarrassing, but it can work wonders in the long run. Whatever you do, best of luck.
Originally Posted by Dark Kyriaki Well, you just mentioned earlier that people were taking you seriously when you didn't mean it.
Things can sound offensive/defensive than they're normally intended. People have different standards on what they consider to be okay or offensive. And of course you can't possibly know what is offensive to every single person on earth. Just chill, and say whatever you want if you think it's okay to say. If something you said turned out to be offensive and you didn't know it before, apologize and be careful next time. Simple. Problem is that I did apologize, but they still thought I hated them
in real life, WHO THE FUCK IS THAT OVERLY SENSITIVE?!
Well, you just mentioned earlier that people were taking you seriously when you didn't mean it.
Things can sound offensive/defensive than they're normally intended. People have different standards on what they consider to be okay or offensive. And of course you can't possibly know what is offensive to every single person on earth. Just chill, and say whatever you want if you think it's okay to say. If something you said turned out to be offensive and you didn't know it before, apologize and be careful next time. Simple.
I understand, but sort of I get into different situations... For some reason, a lot of people misunderstand me when I say something, ya know? Literally, completely misunderstand me. I could say that "dogs like to chase a ball," and someone would take it as "cats like to jump on stuff." It's rediculas...
Sometimes it just it's better just to be quiet...