I was banned for like a week. WTF happened to the forums? I don't see Off-Topic anymore. Did I get banned from that section because when I tried to go into one of the ot community threads a message came up.
O Festival Plaza é uma parte importante do mundo que criamos, portanto, ainda está lá. Todavia, adicionamos algumas funcionalidades como o Alola Photoclub, no qual podes tirar fotografias e guardá-las e/ou partilhá-las com outros jogadores. A base para isto é o Festival Plaza. Existe outra novidade nesta área, mas não podemos falar dela neste momento. Apenas podemos dizer que está relacionada com o sistema de combate de jogos anteriores.
Festival Plaza is an important part of the world we have created, so it is still there. However, we added some features like the Alola Photoclub, where you can take photos and save them and/or share them with other players. The base for this is the Festival Plaza. There is something else new in this area, but we can not talk about it right now. We can only say that it is related to the battle system of previous games.
Might anyone have an extra Alola Cap Pikachu? I thought the distribution was through 10/31, not 10/30. I've got an extra NA Salazzle, NA Marshadow & NA Charizard code to trade. Shoot me a PM if you're interested.
My 7-year-old son got into both the videogame and the card game (TCG) over the past 4 months. Since his reading level is up to snuff, Pokemon AlphaSapphire has taken the envious position of his first full-blown RPG (and M&L Partners in Time on the side). I even got him that sweet Pikachu 2DS for his birthday awhile ago:
So he's been enthralled with that, telling me about evolutions and how he wants to raise a Pichu all the way up to a Raichu. He even has one of those well-worn Pokedex guides will all 9,000 Pokemon listed.
He's owned a bunch of the TCG cards for about a year, too, but he never played the actual game. Over the weekend, he wanted to play the game "for real", so I taught him the rules. I borrowed a pre-made deck that my wife had bought to play against him and I crushed him. The problem is he stacked his deck full of his favorite Pokemon and had about 6 energy in total.
So, it was a fun opportunity to explain to him why he needed more energy and how to build a good deck. It's always fun digging into your own childhood for advice to offer your son or daughter.
If your son is interested in the TCG you could always get him to try the Pokemon TCG game on GBC. I know its on the 3DS store, while it doesn't have a lot of the modern mechanics the core mechanics of the game have never changed so he can understand it easier at his own pace.