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megarockexe
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(03-18-2017, 04:00 AM)
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I got my first shiny the other day while chaining Dittos. Too bad its IVs aren't great.
I just got the Shiny Charm today and I already found myself a shiny Dragonair. It must be working!
NegroNinja
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(03-20-2017, 08:54 AM)
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Just bought this game yesterday and have been playing around a bit. Just finished the trains school section. The last Pokémon game I played was Emerald on game boy advance. So with this one I actually want to take it seriously instead of just fumbling through it. What's some tips on building a strong team? I never gave it much thought before besides just catching random Pokémon and making them my team lol.
Bedameister
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(03-20-2017, 03:53 PM)
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Originally Posted by NegroNinja

Just bought this game yesterday and have been playing around a bit. Just finished the trains school section. The last Pokémon game I played was Emerald on game boy advance. So with this one I actually want to take it seriously instead of just fumbling through it. What's some tips on building a strong team? I never gave it much thought before besides just catching random Pokémon and making them my team lol.

Just finish the game with the Pokemon you like. Then after you finished the main game you can think about creating a strong team. Come back and ask again then^^
Wichu
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(03-20-2017, 09:04 PM)
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Yeah, there's little point worrying about building a strong team (i.e. one that will hold its own in PVP or the Battle Tree) until after you finish the main game. It's way overkill for the story, and much easier to do afterwards once you have access to all the conveniences the game has to offer (such as the Oval Charm and Lucky Egg, which you can only get after you finish the story).

For now, just get a good mix of types and a wide range of attacks on each Pokémon. Play to your strengths and don't duplicate functionality too much - for example, if your Pokémon has higher Attack than Special Attack, use physical moves where possible, and don't have more than two Pokémon of the same type on your team or moves of the same type on any one Pokémon. Don't be afraid to replace Pokémon that aren't pulling their weight - the Exp. Share and experience scaling systems will catch them up to your level in no time. In fact, Exp. Share actually gives you too much experience, so if you don't want the game to be piss-easy then either turn it off or constantly rotate your team so your experience gets shared between more Pokémon.
Last edited by Wichu; 03-20-2017 at 09:08 PM.
megarockexe
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(03-21-2017, 01:35 AM)
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Originally Posted by Wichu

In fact, Exp. Share actually gives you too much experience, so if you don't want the game to be piss-easy then either turn it off or constantly rotate your team so your experience gets shared between more Pokémon.

Yeah, coming from Gen 3, this is what I did. It took a long time, but I got to try a lot of Pokemon I missed out on during the story when it can be more casual. It made it more fun for me. I wouldn't find it fun to be 20 levels overleveled with the same team from 1 hour in the game, sweeping everything.
A Human Becoming
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(03-21-2017, 07:17 PM)
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Do Pokemon transfered from Generation I learn Generation VII moves? I was wondering if my Venomoth from Red can learn Quiver Dance by leveling up.
Smasher89
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(03-21-2017, 07:58 PM)

Originally Posted by A Human Becoming

Do Pokemon transfered from Generation I learn Generation VII moves? I was wondering if my Venomoth from Red can learn Quiver Dance by leveling up.

Checked serebii, on lv 63 or move relearner gives it that move.
Elaugaufein
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(Yesterday, 01:05 AM)
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Originally Posted by A Human Becoming

Do Pokemon transfered from Generation I learn Generation VII moves? I was wondering if my Venomoth from Red can learn Quiver Dance by leveling up.

Yes, once transfered they act as Gen VII Pokemon, you can use the move relearner to get moves from previous levels too.
Bedameister
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(Yesterday, 10:46 AM)
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So I guess I won't continue playing this game. It just consumes too much time. I rather play other games now.
Had a blast for more than 170hrs with this. I hope the rumours about the stars version for Switch are true then I'd love to start a new game and play without the exp share.
Frost_Ace
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(Yesterday, 01:02 PM)
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Man, I really need some willpower to finish my yellow VC version. I want to transfer those sweet HA mons but the game is just unplayable. FRLG is so much better.
Jo Shishido's Cheeks
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(Yesterday, 01:08 PM)
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Originally Posted by Frost_Ace

Man, I really need some willpower to finish my yellow VC version. I want to transfer those sweet HA mons but the game is just unplayable. FRLG is so much better.

Man I struggled through Yellow too, did not hold up well at all for me.
I had planned running through a few older titles and working back up to S&M but Yellow stopped that in its tracks immediately.
Zubz
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(Today, 02:53 AM)
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Originally Posted by JoeM86

Two new themes

If I still saw a reason to buy 3DS Themes, I'd totally drop $2 on the Guzma one.

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