(Rumor has it Joey's Rattata has 31 IVs in all its stats.)>
Agreed. Light could perhaps be less effective against Grass but that's all I can think of. Fairy types already do what people would want a Light type to do. Sound already seems to be covered by other move types and there's not enough pokemon that could be sound-type, plus designs for new characters would be weirdly specific.
And no, I didn't think Lavender Town was creepy when I played the game. Nowadays I think it's eerie in a pleasant way.
Am I the only one who feels bad about trading away pokémon, especially if it's a box of pokemon I got from breeding for a specific nature and now have to discard? It makes me feel especially bad if I put them through Wonder Trade. I can't help but wonder if the other person will care about them at all or will just release them or leave them forgotten in their PC. I know it's just a game and in previous gens it would have been more or less ok, but stuff like Pokémon Amie and the new fainting animations make me feel bad.
Nope. I too regret trading away sometimes. Especially if it's a former team member (My fully-evolved Black 1 starter was one of them). I'm sure that the recipients will treat them well.
Am I the only one here who trains their Pokémon to cover gaps in defensive stats? (Example: training Special Defence on a Steelix, who already has a boatload of physical Defense) I usually do this in regular gameplay.
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Claims: Nidoqueen, Mawilite, Hondew Berry, Fiery Dance, Flower Veil
Claims (other): Luke Triton (Professor Layton), Naoto Shirogane (Persona 4)
Skyworld Warriors, a Kid Icarus fan club
Friend Safari: Poison (Kakuna, Swalot, Whirlipede)
No, I don't think so. Oftentimes I would train my pokes in things that they're strong in of course, but there are special cases in where I would EV train a Pokemon in something they typically don't do so well in (like EV training my Scizor to become more specially defensive).
Am I the only one that doesn't have interest in training their Pokemon to Lv 100? I honestly feel it's a lot of effort and I don't really get much out of it, so I just train my pokes to lv 70 (or maybe 75 at max, though I have a few like my Gengar and Dragonite that are 80+), and leave it at that.
Am I the only one who gets stuck for long periods of time trying to come up with a cool nickname for my Pokemon team?
"Great. Maybe you and that Sith Lord can have a party after we're dead."
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No, I usually don't nickname any Pokémon but my main fighters but I have a friend who took a day to come up with a good Volcarona nickname (for the record, it was Quetzlcotl (Mayan sun god, Quetzalcoatl without the character limit)).
Am I the only one who sees any battling value in Abomasnow?
Am I the only one who pronounces Reshiram resh-EE-ram?
Am I the only one here who plans on swamping Wonder Trade with Feebas once Pokemon Bank is released? I'm dead sick of the "I'll trade you this shiny if you have something unobtainable" crud I see on GTS and want to do anything possible to freaking stop it.
Team Battle Maison
Claimed: Golett ~ Iron Fist ~ Shadow Punch ~ Big Pearl ~ Light Clay.
Bulbasaur (m) -> Venusaur: Bernarde
Axew (m) -> Haxorus: Andreo
Froakie (f) -> Greninja: Fernanda
Abra (m) -> Kadabra: Abraham
Pansear(m) -> Simisear: Pedro
Pikachu (f) -> Raichu: Jeanne; For those who don't get this, it comes from the Electric Tales of Pikachu manga where Ash names his male Pikachu as Jean-Luc Pikachu.
Am I the only one who thinks it sucks that Pokemon-Amie effects don't kick in for Kiloude City's Battle Maison?
Am I also the only one who wants to play Black and White 2, after playing XY? (XY was my first Pokemon game since Crystal.)