The Pokemon Stadium 2 R-2 Challenge Cup is really pissing me off right now. Seriously, can't the game give me a break and generate a decent team for once?
So to help cool the rage of frustration, I thought I'd share a unique rule set that I'm sure a lot of people have tried before but probably never tried in serious competition. As the title suggests, this rule set involves the Eeveelutions!
Now that I've gotten through with creating Team Breeder and miraculously won the Little Cup in both R1 and R2 Stadium modes, I feel confident enough to announce my major plan for my Crystal game.
With Team Breeder on hand, I, Zeek Slider, will be breeding and training one of every 240 Pokemon in this generation of the game. Why? Because I’m insane like that!
But that’s not all! I also intend on training all 251 Pokemon for various White City tournaments that
Updated 6th May 2011 at 11:36 AM by ZeekSlider
No, it's not that I don't have a life. It's that I resorted to some other tactics to hatch that many eggs over the course of 24 hours. I feel kind of dirty doing that, but at least I'm not doing anything illegal...
But, yeah, 62 Eggs later, I finally hatched a male Scyther. I spent the bulk of last night leveling it up to learn False Swipe and then dumpped him and my female Paras in the Day Care. About two hours later, they produced an Egg.
I was about to release
Updated 6th May 2011 at 11:35 AM by ZeekSlider
This was an odd morning.
I didn't have a single Scyther in my boxes, so I participated in today's Bug Catching Contest at the National Park. I didn't care if I won or not as long as I found a male Scyther to breed with my female Paras to get my False Swipe/Spore member of my Team Breeder party.
And all I found were females. Females of every bug that I came across! It was very confusing and rather odd. I did come across a male Venonat, which I caught just because
(Wow, that sounds like a Pokemon Mystery Dungeon team.)
Now that I've beaten the Elite Four and Champion Lance in Crystal, I'm going to begin constructing a team of Pokemon whose sole purpose is to catch other Pokemon for breeding. As you can see from the Trainer Card, this team will be made out of three Pokemon. That way, the remaining slots can be left open for the parents and egg.
Updated 6th May 2011 at 11:34 AM by ZeekSlider