I get my shiny Druddigon judged and it ain't pretty: perfect in Defense and Speed but only "above average". Even worse, the Nature is Modest. Ah well...
When I learned transferred Pokemon can't be used in tournaments. I wanted to enter a competitive tournament, but if I can't use my veterans, I'm not doing it. This might sound ridiculous, but I'm casual, and if I'm going as far as a tournament, I want all my old ones to come with me. (Not that I would last the first battle)
My planned dream team- in the works (eventually)
Friend Code is on the Trainer Card; feel free to try to challenge me to trade unless I'm busying with school or Fire Emblem Awakening.
Official Claimer of Oblivion Wing on 3/15/14
When I researched the "PokeCreator" app for iPhone on the internet and I discovered that the Pokemon, created from that app, will make my W2 game crash every once in a while and some of the online features will be unusable. it was until I turned the game on again to release all of the hacked Pokemon I brought into the game that I began to feel the side-effects of the app. and after I got rid of them all, the damage was permanent, so I had to restart another game and move the 300 Pokemon I wanted to keep into my brother's B2 game until Pokemon Bank was released.
Ran into some guy with a nasty Gliscor on wifi battles.
Gliscor had Poison Heal and a Toxic Orb, moveset alternating between Protect and Toxic/Earthquake/(?).
Talk about a dedicated staller. Surf did a fair amount of damage (Ice Beam could've probably killed it, but I chose Surf instead for STAB and the chance of him possibly switching out for a Fire-type, which didn't happen) but I lost my Icer to an Earthquake. Nothing else on my team could lay a scratch on a guy who's recovering 25% of his HP every two turns. I'm now wondering if Poison Heal is OP in comparison to most other gradual HP recovery methods (Leftovers, Rain Dish/Ice Body, Aqua Ring) which only do 1/16th (though, to be fair, Dry Skin does 1/8th ... during rain). After losing half my team to the guy's one Pokemon, I spared my Pyroar the trouble of a slow painful death as the last 'Mon standing (especially with Stealth Rock in effect) and gave him a forfeit.
No offense intended, but the battle was already lost. I need to think about this for a bit.
"What?! You want me to nickname someone I just met?! You shouldn't put people on the spot like this!"
(No wonder Pokemon nicknames are so difficult to think up.)
Vivillon Color: High Plains
Friend Safari: Fighting (Meditite, Throh, Tyrogue), 4296-3230-7210
Brought over my shiny Politoed from White yrsterday, took it to the IV judge and.... Every. Single. Stat. Is. Zero. I nearly cried in exasperation ;__;
~ Very proud claimer of Cradily ~
After finally deciding that letting my Lilligant have two Grass-type attacking moves and none of other types was a bad idea, I went through all of my TMs and tried the move relearner in the hopes of finding a decent Special attack of another type. Any other type would do. Turns out that my only good option was Hidden Power, so I took Lilligant to Anistar City and checked what type of Hidden Power she would learn.
Grass type, of course.
Breeding for a 5/6IV Archen using a 5IV Archen and a Bank'd 6IV Ditto. Only thing is I got called away to help my mum empty a closet under the stairs, and I came back to find the battery depleted.
I reloaded. It was before I'd even bred the 5IV Archen. Fuuuuuuuuuuu
Well, at least I'd saved after I had successfully bred my 6IV Scraggy. Not all bad.
... every single time someone confuses my pokemon in battle... Aargh! :P
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X/3DS FC: 1289 8751 6620 In-game name: Karen
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)
Finding out, the hard way, that Gen VI GTS blocks trading the rarer Legends. Welcome to "I am totally screwed in getting anymore shinies from GTS".
One time I was training a mienfoo in pokemon black and it managed to miss jump kick 5 times in a row and subsequently getting fainted almost everytime. Seriously what are the chances of that? On another note there was this one time in stadium 2 where I sent Hitmonlee after Blissey and it missed its high jump kick and knocked it self out from almost full health from recoil. Out of all the things to miss that move on :(.
Screw the rules I have a Mudkip Motorcycle!
3DS Name: Kyle
Pokemon X Friend Code: 4828-5602-4809
Friend Safari Pokemon: Flying type: Pidgey, Woobat, Tropius
Shiny chaining for a pancham at 39.... 3-freaking-9! A ducklett decides to screw up my chain
an it was at 2 in the morning so I couldn't rage like I wanted to