It's mainly Shofu for me, but is anyone else not a fan of players that face poor noobs and just baton pass a sweep and pretend that it is worth a damn?
I usually don't watch youtube battles, cause they don't really interest me. But since a friend from my clan, Magicmonkey, might start doing them every once and a while, I might watch his. But, yeah. Other then that, they don't really interest me.
Hey guys. I like to ask you something. Is it the good idea to use Uber pokemon for the online battles and for the pokemon tournaments? If not, then the Overused one might be it, right? Anyway, I want to make sure that I use the pokemon fair and square in the wi-fi battles and the tournament battles?
@Shego; You should feel free to use what ever is permitted as allowed in the tournament rules.
here was the 2012 VGC Rules, if that's what you're looking for.
Pokémon World Tournament - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia
Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2 - Pokémon World Tournament
Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2 - Pokémon World Tournament - Kanto Leaders
Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2 - Pokémon World Tournament - World Leaders
I've already consider Misty as my rival. Even if she not the anime version. I always wanted to beat Misty in a battle. Therefore, PDW is an opportunity for me to take her down.
Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2 - Pokémon World Tournament - Champion League
Well for in game trainers you could practically play Little Cup and win.
No, I mean, the PWT trainers are so awful that you can use even hilariously bad stuff and win. For example, you can sweep most of them with one layer of toxic spikes and a level one Magnemite.
Playing in game, you should just train up a team of your favourite Pokemon and/or Pokemon you wanna try and use, and just use them. IMO, playing competitively is silly in-game. You should just be using the Pokemon you train and play with and have fun. EV training etc, and playing competitively etc should be reserved for playing in the competitive scene against other people. And not everyone you play with/against will be using EV trained competitive Pokemon either, so I wouldn't bother. Again, just play with your in-game teams and train up Pokemon that you want to use.
If you plan on getting into competitive battling, that's a whole different thing.