Hello again, Gray. I'm sorry to pester you with this question again, but I want to know if you got the chance to see HTTYD this weekend. I ask because I wanted to know your opinion on the film. I would post mine, but I am still digressing and didn't want to rudely make a spoiler ridden post on your message board incase the off chance you didn't actually get to see it. If the latter is true, then do tell me if you find the time to message me, or if you have any interest whatsoever on this topic. I also know this messaging system isn't the best way to communicate, so if you're interested and wish to carry the conversation elsewhere, let me know.
Thanks! And yeah, I'm setting up an entry hazard setter smeargle. I know It'll have Sticky web, and now spore. I don't have a Darkrai, so no dark void for me >_<. I'm looking at stealth rock/spikes, but what should my fourth move be?
Hey Gray, may I ask you two competitive battling questions? First one: What's a god moveset for a status annoyer Smeargle? I know I'm going to do Sticky web and Stealth rocks/ spikes. What would two other good moves be? And two: Can you help me with a breeding question. I have a male Torchic with Baton pass and speed boost. I want a Torchic with speed boost, baton pass and an adamant nature. I have a male Torchic with an adamant nature, so I paired it with a ditto, but All I got was more males! How can I get a female Torchic with an adamant nature and speed boost, so that I may pair it with my baton passer? any help would e really appreciated. Please and thank you, Mr. Gray.
Ha ha wouldn't you know it I actually came across that myself a while ago. some of them are pretty interesting and some of them seem to be a direct translation of what the English words sound like but not the actual English words that went into making the Pokemon names. like arcanine wich on that list would literally translate to ark a nine, I would have personally named it something like braksinnige, which is translated from the words that went in to the English name.
There's actually an AR cutscene that you need the back of the little instruction manual on anyway, so that's a good idea. And unless you stick to the main part of the story, be prepared for a pretty long game. I'm about 22 hours into mine and I just started Chapter 3.
Thought of another Xerneas counter: Specially Defensive Unaware Clefable. 252 SpA Fairy Aura Xerneas Moonblast vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Clefable: 160-190 (40.6 - 48.2%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery You can set up Calm Minds, heal with Moonlight, and proceed to sweep the opponent afterward. For attacks, you should use Moonblast and Flamethrower/Fire Blast. Moonblast is the obvious STAB option, while Flamethrower/Fire Blast hits Steels (except for Heatran).