So I apparently traded away a Glaceon away by accident (or put it up on the GTS, I don't remember) some time ago, completely unaware that I might want to use one in an Ice type team to take on the E4. I have two Eevees: one with its hidden ability, and another with Adaptability. Which ability is better for Glaceon, Snow Cloak or Ice Body? :(
... on what type I'm going to use next to beat the Elite 4. I did it again today with Electric (Volt Switch saved my ass multiple times), and I've already done Dragon.
I have a lovely Drought Vulpix someone on the forums traded to me, but at the same time I want to use someone from my main game team in one of these matches.
Or I could sweep them with that level 100 shiny Reuniclus I got from the GTS?
Ugh. Time to go back to my notes...
It took me about 30 tries, but I finally beat the Unova E4 with only dragon types!
Don't do what I did and charge in there with 'mons in the low 70s, like I did on my first try. Just don't.
Sixteen more types to go...
...if my sanity lasts that long.
Especially if I force myself to use Pokemon I've never used before. In between helping my mom cook for an upcoming Christmas party today, I planned teams for FireRed, Emerald, Platinum, and SoulSilver. I can't do Gen V right now, because a) I've completed two similar runs on Black, and b) I can't restart my Black 2 gamefile until I give my friend his Volcarona back when I start school back in January.
All moves noted below are most likely going to be their final movesets.
I know your weather can be strange sometimes, but why are we getting thunderstorms in December?
For those were wondering about the mouse problem I had in my last blog post, I'm pleased to note that all of the mice are gone, and I didn't have to call an exterminator.
And I just did two enormously stupid things in Black 2:
I caught a Skarmory, but instead of using a Quick Ball I used my only other Master Ball. I was planning on giving that Master Ball to