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Rexcalibr

Finally finished the game. Can honestly say, the story wasn't good. I still see no reason to care about any of these characters. The game was also insultingly easy. The elite 4 was the only part that was mildly challenging and fun.

Looking forward to the post game stuff. That's the reason why I wanted to play the game in the first place.

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Rexcalibr

Anyone have any advice to breeding? This is my first time trying to play competitively so I'm new.

I have a Ditto with 4 best IVs. Was hoping for 5 or 6 after the SOS Ditto trick.

Should I try to get a better one?

Also still working the Battle Royale for the BP points to get a destiny knot.

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Rexcalibr

Got the Destiny Knot.

Bred a perfect 6 IV Eevee.

Now I need to work on the getting a full team for online.

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Rexcalibr

Want to know, how can you have online battles with 6 pokemon instead of three?

and I'm guessing you need to level your pokemon up to level 50 for them to be level 50 online.

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Meowpheel

I think they're leveled automatically depending on the mode you select...

To use a full team of six pokemon, make sure you have a full team of six pokemon in your battle box/party and select a battle mode that allows for 6 on 6 battles.

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Rexcalibr

and which battle modes allow for 6 on 6? The ranked battle only allowed 3.

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Meowpheel

Well then, if that's what it says then that's what it is.

You can play 6 on 6 outside of ranked mode.

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Rexcalibr

There apparently is no 6 on 6 battle from what I see. I know nobody cares about this game anymore but I was playing a match and for whatever reason, my opponents Muk moves first before my Leafeon. I look up the base stats of both Pokemon after the battle and Leafeon's speed is like double Muk's, and he wasn't using a quick claw so it makes no sense to me.

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DarthNocturnal

What move did it use? Or was any move used prior that affected turn order?

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@DarthNocturnal

hmmm good catch. I don't remember to be honest. I'll have to research that but its the only logical explanation.

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Rexcalibr

Just played another battle right now, where I had a Charizard and my opponent was using Ramparados. He ended up going first and killed me with a Rock Slide. I looked up their speed and abilities after the match and there is no way he should be going ahead of me. I don't get it.

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roy130390

@Rexcalibr I'll tell you something: Finding a game with pokemon that have better stats that they are allowed to is impossible in case you think that, and from what I'm seeing, you are checking the ideal charizard's speed. Is yours a competitive charizard with it's points invested on speed? Didn't it use moves to boost it's speed? Did you know what item it was holding?

I tell you this because I play competitive... a lot. I haven't found unfair situations with no explanation since the couple years (counting X and Y ) I've been playing. I have found criticized strategies that are considered unfair by certain gaming communities and of course many of these pokemon are hacked/cloned to be perfect (meaning that they have the best stats possible for their species but they can't get more stats since the game doesn't allow it) but nothing else. In other words , if the best speed of Ramparados is 272 (for example) you won't find one with a higher number, not even 273.

If I have been playing for so long without finding these situations, chances are your situations are normal too and that they have a perfect explanation, you just don't know the reason behind it. Don't worry about that stuff and enjoy the game.

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DarthNocturnal

Back in gen 4, I had a Rampardos holding a Focus Sash while knowing Rock Polish. Then I used Stone Edge or Earthquake (and maybe Crunch?) to sweep the enemy. So, there is stuff like that.

And yeah, natures + EVs make a difference.

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foodmetaphors

im just posting to say i caught tapu lele in a premier ball (i try to have all my competitive pokes come out of premier balls where possible) with hidden power fire. took freaking forever, damn gamefreak for guaranteeing three perfect IVs on legendaries

everything's good and it'll be that way forever!

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Meowpheel

There's an update for this on the eshop, I wonder what's it about.

Edit: and just after I wrote that I noticed the article detailing it.

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Oh! eShop Gurus.

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DarthNocturnal

They added a new ability; Stability.

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