And also Mime Jr. It took quite a while for me to realize it needed to know Mimic to evolve.
Mine would be after you defeat Cynthia in Pokémon White Version, and Cynthia advises that you should go to the Sinnoh region... and you can't in this game. :bawl:
Currently breeding Solosis for the DW ability Regenerator. Two eggs so far, with the results:
Egg 1: Female, has Overcoat, outstanding potential.
Egg 2: Female, Regenerator...
Both have the same parents.
*headdesk* But hey, I can find a team for the Overcoat Solosis.
When i got my first critical ball (if that's how its called) on Regice.
Might as well bring it back with a "what the" from today. Remember the first post when I mentioned a breeding project where the child got a 31 in a stat different from one with a power item? This is deja vu, kinda.
Okay, so I was breeding Munna to pass down perfect Spec Attack and Spec. Defense. The parents have either one or ther other, and have respective power items. Two Munna from the same egg batch have the following:
One has Special Attack and defense
Another has Special Attack and speed
Neither parent had the stats bolded.
A while ago, I went on to catch Mewtwo in Y. I prepared before challenging it by buying over 900 Poke Balls, and getting Pokemon with Heal Pulse to heal it if it started struggling.
I ended up catching it with the first Poke Ball I threw...
It also took me only 7 Luxury Balls to catch Zygarde -_-
Trying to steal a Kebia Berry from wild Brelooms with my Delphox. After I got tired and realized I already had one, I went to the Pokemon Center to learn that I got Pokerus.
Watching my Greninja take down a Mega Mewtwo Y by using Surf a couple of times during a passerby battle. I still have no idea how I won that match.
When playing with my Braixen in Pokémon Amie, I decided to do normal difficulty Tile It. It was sweet, with him and my two other mons, him jumping for joy, petals are raining...
Suddenly, at the end, random Solosis goes by.
Actually being asked to use the restroom in one of the Lumiose restaurants threw me off guard, as it isn't something usually acknowledged in video games.
A couple of times when trying to capture wild Pokemon, I went to the other game to continue searching for other Pokemon to capture. I go back to the other game, and it turns out that the Pokemon ran away (and didn't have the ability Run Away). I still scratch my head wondering how that happened twice in 10 mins in X and Y.
It look me six ultra balls to catch a Level 5 Pikachu in the red zone.
When I learned that most legends are genderless. I had always assigned them genders just based on looks. It was so damn weird.