161BuizelSun 9th May 2021 @jump Yeah it is a bit ridiculous. I can understand them wanting to make things a bit puzzling - to add to the longevity of the game and to make certain moments truly special when you discover them. But some of the requirements are definitely excessive, and the game doesn't really do a good job of establishing the "rules" (for lack of a better word). For example, to my knowledge, at no point does it indicate that repeated use of the scanner or any other tool is necessary to trigger specific events. I find anything involving the scanner to be particularly egregious. These never seem to be intuitive and it ends up just being trial and error of just spamming the scanner. And when you're constantly spamming different tools and something happens...you have no idea what it is that you did that actually caused a reaction in the Pokemon. That would be my number one criticism of this game, actually. A lot of the interactions with Pokemon feel a lot less intuitive in this game than they did in the first game. Edited on Sun 9th May, 2021 @ 13:02 by Buizel Previously "timleon" and "HunterLeon" Currently playing: who can keep track anymore.