I'm making a competive LC team and deside to start with Pawniard.
So I got the Pawniard Egg and went to Castleta City to see the IVs for it.
I hatched it and go to the Judge.
"It has a relatively superior potential overall."
"It's best stat is HP."
"And it's Attack is also good."
"Well, it's Speed stat is also good."
"It can't be better in that regard."
This is exactly why each Pokemon game is better than the last. Black and White were masterful, and the character development in this story is unbelievable. Bianca's relationship with her dad is totally relatable to the fact that everyone needs help, some more than others. Cheren's pursuit in becoming as strong as he can be is admirable, but we all should take a moment to reevaluate ourselves and our decisions. And N. It shows that everyone is different and all our ideas merge to shape the world.
I found this on Gamefaq.
Final Comments: As the trend continues, the Pokemon games continue to remain to same, while the technology they fail to use continues to get better. How would a gamer feel if he or she was playing a Mario game for the Nintendo Wii and it was the exact same side-scroller setup as a Mario game for the SNES? Well, I could tell you, Mario would definitely fail. I still do not understand how Pokemon continues to thrive despite its inability to improve. My only
Here, just read this, it's decrives everything I pretty much feel.
I really like b/w. I don't understand how it gets so much hate just because it's a new generation. The storyline added real feeling besides the bland "gotta catch em all" theme. Let's face it, your rivals weren't douches, there was actually meaning behind Team Plasma, and the whole game doesn't just repeat. You actually get to meet each character because they each have a part rather than just bland NPCs.
I didn't draw this. Marshall on Flipnote did.