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...
I don't know if it helps, but someone else in the blogs reported that she found a shiny Skiddo: So after much whining of not having a shiny - Blogs - Bulbagarden Forums
thanks for reading.
I find its cry the most adorable.
I, however, doubt that you feel the same way after your experiences :P
Apparently, the fast-shaking patches of grass always give you the last Pokémon you encountered. I heard that somewhere... Maybe it'll help.
I'd explain but people have already done that.
Note that there is some explicit language in that GIF. You've been warned.
Originally Posted by YaelleG How are you liking the game now? Its great, isn't it?? I've actually been writing down kind of lke a cross between a walkthrough and a journal as I play. The game is AWESOME! I just got the power restored to Lumiose City and I've been exploring so much!
But when I walked into that one building and the lights started flickering, I was like "Aw crap does the power still go out?". Then a girl appeared behind me and the music went silent. I just stared with my mouth slightly open, and she extremely slowly walked past me. Then she said, "You are not the one" and disappeared... I then proceeded to run around the building muttering "What the fuck"
How are you liking the game now? Its great, isn't it?? I've actually been writing down kind of lke a cross between a walkthrough and a journal as I play.
I'll just quote this from the bulbapedia page for you:
Since Generation III, effort points have been completely separate values from base stats. Defeated Pokémon give out 1, 2 or 3 effort points to a particular stat, depending on species (see list of Pokémon by effort value yield). However, in battles that do not give any experience (such as in the Battle Tower or if the Pokémon is level 100), Pokémon will not gain any effort points. At level 100, a Pokémon's stats will be one stat point higher in a specific stat for every four effort points gained in that stat.
Pokémon are limited to a total of 255 effort points per stat, and 510 effort points in total. However, since stats are calculated by dividing effort by 4 and disregarding the remainder, only 252 effort points are required to maximize a stat.
That means that the stats you've EV-trained your Pokémon with, will be better than what it would normally be without EV-training. If you want to learn more, you should check out the bulbapedia page I quoted from: Link
EVs are extra stat points that you can give to Pokemon to customize what they can do. In other words, to make a Pokemon that uses special attacks stronger, you want Special Attack EVs. To make a Pokemon that uses Physical Attacks stronger, you need Attack EVs. The higher you level up, the greater the difference in stats EVs make. However, a Pokemon has a limit to how many EV points they get.
In the past, there were only two ways to get EVs - every Pokemon gives out EV stats for free when you K.O. them. Usually 1, sometimes 2 or even 3. There is no way to know which ones unless you look them up on a resource like Bulbapedia.
The other way was to use vitamins like Iron and Calcium.
Fully trained means your Pokemon's EV stats are maxed out. Super-training allows you to assign EV stats to your Pokemon to customize them without worrying about random Pokemon screwing up their stats (like giving Pikachu attack points or a Machoke special attack points) and without having to knock out the same wild Pokemon for hours on end.
If you hit the grey bag in Core Training long enough, you can get what's called a Reset Bag that allows you to remake your Pokemon's stats from the ground up.
Its like points you use to raise your stats four evs is a 1 point boost to the corresponding stat
Simple definition: Four points gained in super training equals one point added to the actual stat.
Just think of EVs as steroids for a certain stat or few.
Okay so say a non-EV trained Pokémon levels up, and gains 1 point in, say, Defense. A Pokémon EV trained in Defense would gain more points, like 3 or 4.
They make your Pokemon stronger in the stat you trained them in.
I had a Spewpa, whose colors were completely normal, but once it evolved into Vivillion it wasn't pink at all, instead it had this orange color scheme. Then later on I found a Flabebe with a yellow flower, and I caught it thinking that it was a shiny. Then I checked it and it wasn't classified as a shiny.
Vivillon's wings vary depending on its OT's region. As for Flabébé, the flower varies depending on the color of flowers where it was encountered. So a yellow flower field will yield Yellow Flower Flabébé, and so on.
Edit: As for the Pokémon Amie question, I believe you should just make the prompted expression and make sure the 3DS's inner camera sees it.