One Mega Stone makes the difference
by, 28th December 2013 at 08:12 AM (804 Views)
I have little to no experience in competitive battling, but with super training available, I found it interesting and decided to give it a try. I tried battling people online (and lost 99% of the time), and used Super Training to re-polish my Gallade I transferred over from Black2. Even though he has the wrong nature and poor IVs, with Super Training and Justified, he's gotten much better than before.
Still, there was no way to overcome those powerful mega evolutions. Once, I was almost winning, and then the opponent's Mega Garchomp swept through the rest of my team (personally, that dragon needs more nerfing).
I did get the Mega Ring, but I didn't want to raise Lucario or the Torchic because I felt my Gallade was a better Fighting type than both (or maybe I am simply too attached to him to replace him for another pokemon). As for the Kanto starters... I don't really like them. I wanted to use my Black2 team for online battles, and there was only one pokemon that could mega evolve - Aggron.
I do have Pokemon Y, but unfortunately, I only have five badges at the moment. So I asked @Mintaka; if she could lend me her Aggronite. After promising to return her Mega Stone once I found mine in the post-game, I borrowed hers through trade and tested it online.
And like I said in the title - one mega stone indeed makes the difference. Ever since I acquired Mega Aggron, I started gaining some more wins against people online. The whole mega evolution still feels new to me, yet Mega Aggron really outdid herself. Her defenses made her so pro that she survived multiple earthquakes that would have normally KO'd her in her usual form (that Filter ability lol). Her EV distribution is horrible (I seriously need to re-polish her some time later), but she's still standing strong. Just like Gallade, she's got the wrong nature and poor IVs, but I'm proud of her new achievements <3
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