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  1. [Money Guide] NPC Rematch Payouts

    The new update added rematches for regular Unova trainers so I went thru and battled them all (hopefully I didn't miss any but I probably did, like holy fk that was alot) Their payouts have been added to my original post under Unova section. I haven't worked out a "Quick Run" for unova yet but expect that in the (near-ish) future. I don't even know how many people still care about rematching NPCs but I feel like I have a responsibility to keep this up-to-date regardless.
  2. About the Harlequin tutors in Unova

    Mistralton City – Airport Building Iron Head - 2x Metal Coat Defog - 3x Sharp Beak Gunk Shot - 3x Poison Barb Seed Bomb - 3x Miracle Seed Bug Bite - 2x Silver Powder Uproar - 2x Silk Scarf Gravity - 2x Twisted Spoon Drill Run - 2x Soft Sand Roost - 3x Sharp Beak Tailwind - 2x Sharp Beak Castelia Street – GAME FREAK Building Aqua Tail - 3x Mystic Water Earth Power - 3x Soft Sand Dark Pulse - 3x Black Glasses Zen Headbutt - 3x Twisted Spoon Foul Play - 3x Black Glasses Magnet Rise - 2x Magnet Last Resort - 2x Silk Scarf Dual Chop - 1x Black Belt Sucker Punch - 3x Black Glasses Nacrene City – West of PKMN Center Sleep Talk - 2x Silk Scarf Stealth Rock - 4x Hard Stone After You - 1x Silk Scarf Wonder Room - 2x Twisted Spoon Snatch - 1x Black Glasses Drain Punch - 2x Black Belt Dragon Pulse - 2x Dragon Fang All that info can be found in this guide that you should bookmark because it's awesome:
  3. Value Advice

    shiny male whismur 20/ 22/ 29/ 20/ 20/ 25 serious nature
  4. Nerf choice band Struggle.

    lul
  5. How long did it take you to get a shiny?

    4,730 hrs and 3 OTs 1st one was at 1,723 hrs
  6. Finding Every Move

    This was changed to x2 Metal Coats since gems aren't implemented yet I guess
  7. Move Re-learner Guide

    If you're anything like me, you often wonder how many mushrooms/heartscales you need to have to re-learn a move before you make the trip all the way to the Move Reminder. I wanted to make a nice little reference list for it. I dunno how helpful this will be to everyone. I know it's no big deal to simply go to the relearner and find out how many shrooms or scales you need...go get them...then come back with the proper amount but I'm lazy. *I* personally wanted some kinda reference for the move re-learner myself to bookmark cause I never really memorized what they costed. If you're a veteran player that doesn't care about my semi-helpful ramblings, here's a little TL;DR for you: It seems that all STATUS type moves are always 3 Bigs/Scales or 6 Tiny. (such as Wish, Stealth Rock, Nasty Plot, etc.) All damaging moves with base power OVER 100 cost 4 Bigs/Scales or 8 Tiny. (such as Close Combat, Eruption, Volt Tackle, etc.) All damaging moves with base power 80-100 cost 3 Bigs/Scales or 6 Tiny. (such as Earthquake, Zen Headbutt, Extremespeed, etc.) All damaging moves with base power 40-75 cost 2 Bigs/Scales or 4 Tiny. (such as Bullet Punch, Giga Drain, Thunderpunch, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, Thief, U-Turn, etc.) All damaging moves with base power less than 35 cost 1 Big/Scale or 2 Tiny. Even multi hit moves. (such as Icicle Spear, Rock Blast) Moves with varying or static base powers (such as Stored Power, Magnitude, Low Kick etc. or Seismic Toss, Night Shade etc.) have differing costs. Check the list for it with Ctrl+f. If you're a new or casual player and unfamiliar with where each region's move relearner is, or where/how to farm shrooms and scales, I have them here in this spoiler. Unlike in the vanilla games, you CAN overwrite HM moves here, no move deleter needed. Keep in mind, this is only for RE-LEARNING moves your pokemon can learn by leveling up or has had previously from egg moves. If your pokemon only learns the move thru TM/HM or tutors you won't be able to relearn it this way. For example: Stealth Rock can be learned naturally by the Geodude line thru leveling up. It can be relearned with mushroom/scales. Skarmory can get Stealth Rock thru breeding. It can be relearned if you have it as an egg move. Swampert can get Stealth Rock, but only thru a move tutor. It cannot be relearned with mushrooms/scales. So be sure to check the ingame pokedex entry for the specific mon you're working on before you buy a bunch of shrooms you wasteful heathen. Check out this guide if you're looking for TMs or move tutors. Bookmark that, it's one of the best guides on these forums imo. It's also important to note that even if something can relearn a move, it may be cheaper to use a tutor instead if it can gain the move that way too. Sticking with the Stealth Rock example and going with the average GTL prices....it would be 30k or so for x3 Big Mushrooms to the move relearner vs. 8k or so for x4 Hard Stones to the Tutor in Nacrene City. Many moves you may want to relearn might have a cheaper TM or tutor for it. So be sure to refer to your pokedex for all the ways in which your mon can learn the move, consult this guide again, and check GTL prices on items and TMs (or farm items you need for free) before you make any hasty decisions. Times are hard fam, you needa save all the yen you can. You don't wanna waste 30k relearning Rain Dance when you can buy the TM for 10k on GTL. Try to find the cheapest option. So with that in mind, here's an alphabetical list you can Ctrl + f to find whatever move you're going for to make the process faster. Move - Amount of Big Mushrooms/Heartscales needed to relearn (2 Tinymushrooms = 1 Big so just double the amount I have listed if you're using Tinys) A Absorb - 1 Acid - 2 Acid Armor - 3 Acid Spray - 2 Acrobatics - 2 Acupressure - 3 Aerial Ace - 2 After You - 3 Agility - 3 Air Cutter - 2 Air Slash - 2 Ally Switch - 3 Amnesia - 3 AncientPower - 2 Aqua Jet - 2 Aqua Ring - 3 Aqua Tail - 3 Arm Thrust - 1 Aromatherapy - 3 Assist - 3 Assurance - 2 Astonish - 1 Attack Order - 3 Attract - 3 Aura Sphere - 3 Aurora Beam - 2 Autotomize - 3 Avalanche - 2 B Barrage - 1 Barrier - 3 Baton Pass - 3 Beat Up - 3 Belly Drum - 3 Bestow - 3 Bide - 3 Bind - 1 Bite - 2 Blaze Kick - 3 Blizzard - 4 Block - 3 Body Slam - 3 Bone Club - 2 Bone Rush - 1 Bonemerang - 2 Bounce - 3 Brave Bird - 4 Brick Break - 2 Brine - 2 Bubble - 2 BubbleBeam - 2 Bug Bite - 2 Bug Buzz - 3 Bulk Up - 3 Bulldoze - 2 Bullet Punch - 2 Bullet Seed - 1 C Calm Mind - 3 Camouflage - 3 Captivate - 3 Charge - 3 Charge Beam - 2 Charm - 3 Chip Away - 2 Circle Throw - 2 Clamp - 1 Clear Smog - 1 Close Combat - 4 Coil - 3 Comet Punch - 1 Confuse Ray - 3 Confusion - 2 Constrict - 1 Conversion - 3 Conversion 2 - 3 Copycat - 3 Cosmic Power - 3 Cotton Guard - 3 Cotton Spore - 3 Counter - 3 Covet - 2 Crabhammer - 3 Cross Chop - 3 Cross Poison - 2 Crunch - 3 Crush Claw - 2 Curse - 3 D Dark Pulse - 3 Defend Order - 3 Defense Curl - 3 Defog - 3 Destiny Bond - 3 Detect - 3 Dig - 3 Disable - 3 Discharge - 3 Dive - 3 Dizzy Punch - 2 Double Hit - 1 Double Kick - 1 Double Team - 3 Double-Edge - 4 DoubleSlap - 1 Dragon Claw - 3 Dragon Dance - 3 Dragon Pulse - 3 Dragon Rage - 3 Dragon Rush - 3 Dragon Tail - 2 DragonBreath - 2 Drain Punch - 2 Dream Eater - 3 Drill Peck - 3 Drill Run - 3 Dual Chop - 2 DynamicPunch - 3 E Earth Power - 3 Earthquake - 3 Echoed Voice - 2 Egg Bomb - 3 Electro Ball - 3 Electroweb - 2 Embargo - 3 Ember - 2 Encore - 3 Endeavor - 3 Endure - 3 Energy Ball - 3 Entrainment - 3 Eruption - 4 Explosion - 4 Extrasensory - 3 ExtremeSpeed - 3 F Facade - 2 Faint Attack - 2 Fake Out - 2 Fake Tears - 3 False Swipe - 2 FeatherDance - 3 Feint - 1 Fiery Dance - 3 Final Gambit - 3 Fire Blast - 4 Fire Fang - 2 Fire Punch - 2 Fire Spin - 1 Fissure - 3 Flail - 3 Flame Burst - 2 Flame Charge - 2 Flame Wheel - 2 Flamethrower - 3 Flare Blitz - 4 Flash - 3 Flash Cannon - 3 Flatter - 3 Fling - 3 Fly - 3 Focus Energy - 3 Focus Punch - 4 Follow Me - 3 Force Palm - 2 Foresight - 3 Foul Play - 3 Frost Breath - 2 Fury Attack - 1 Fury Cutter - 2 Fury Swipes - 1 Future Sight - 4 G Gastro Acid - 3 Gear Grind - 2 Giga Drain - 2 Giga Impact - 4 Glare - 3 Grass Knot - 3 GrassWhistle - 3 Gravity - 3 Growl - 3 Growth - 3 Grudge - 3 Guard Split - 3 Guard Swap - 3 Guillotine - 3 Gunk Shot - 4 Gust - 2 Gyro Ball - 3 H Hail - 3 Hammer Arm - 3 Harden - 3 Haze - 3 Head Charge - 4 Head Smash - 4 Headbutt - 2 Heal Bell - 3 Heal Block - 3 Heal Order - 3 Heal Pulse - 3 Healing Wish - 3 Heart Stamp - 2 Heart Swap - 3 Heat Crash - 3 Heat Wave - 3 Heavy Slam - 3 Helping Hand - 3 Hex - 2 Hi Jump Kick - 4 Hidden Power - 2 Hone Claws - 3 Horn Attack - 2 Horn Drill - 3 Horn Leech - 2 Howl - 3 Hurricane - 4 Hydro Pump - 4 Hyper Beam - 4 Hyper Fang - 3 Hyper Voice - 3 Hypnosis - 3 I Ice Ball - 1 Ice Beam - 3 Ice Fang - 2 Ice Punch - 2 Ice Shard - 2 Icicle Crash - 3 Icicle Spear - 1 Icy Wind - 2 Imprison - 3 Incinerate - 2 Inferno - 3 Ingrain - 3 Iron Defense - 3 Iron Head - 3 Iron Tail - 3 J Jump Kick - 3 K Karate Chop - 2 Kinesis - 3 Knock Off - 1 L Last Resort - 4 Lava Plume - 3 Leaf Blade - 3 Leaf Storm - 4 Leaf Tornado - 2 Leech Life - 3 Leech Seed - 3 Leer - 3 Lick - 1 Light Screen - 3 Lock-On - 3 Lovely Kiss - 3 Low Kick - 3 Low Sweep - 2 Lucky Chant - 3 M Mach Punch - 2 Magic Coat - 3 Magic Room - 3 Magical Leaf - 2 Magnet Bomb - 2 Magnet Rise - 3 Magnitude - 3 Me First - 3 Mean Look - 3 Meditate - 3 Mega Drain - 2 Mega Kick - 4 Mega Punch - 3 Megahorn - 4 Memento - 3 Metal Burst - 3 Metal Claw - 2 Metal Sound - 3 Meteor Mash - 3 Metronome - 3 Milk Drink - 3 Mimic - 3 Mind Reader - 3 Minimize - 3 Miracle Eye - 3 Mirror Coat - 3 Mirror Move - 3 Mirror Shot - 2 Mist - 3 Moonlight - 3 Morning Sun - 3 Mud Bomb - 2 Mud Shot - 2 Mud Sport - 3 Mud-Slap - 1 Muddy Water - 3 N Nasty Plot - 3 Natural Gift - 3 Nature Power - 3 Needle Arm - 2 Night Shade - 3 Night Slash - 2 Nightmare - 3 O Octazooka - 2 Odor Sleuth - 3 Ominous Wind - 2 Outrage - 3 Overheat - 4 P Pain Split - 3 Pay Day - 2 Payback - 2 Peck - 1 Perish Song - 3 Petal Dance - 4 Pin Missile - 1 Pluck - 2 Poison Fang - 2 Poison Gas - 3 Poison Jab - 3 Poison Sting - 1 Poison Tail - 2 PoisonPowder - 3 Pound - 2 Powder Snow - 2 Power Gem - 3 Power Split - 3 Power Swap - 3 Power Trick - 3 Power Whip - 4 Present - 3 Protect - 3 Psybeam - 2 Psych Up - 3 Psychic - 3 Psycho Cut - 2 Psycho Shift - 3 Psyshock - 3 Psywave - 3 Punishment - 3 Pursuit - 2 Q Quash - 3 Quick Attack - 2 Quick Guard - 3 Quiver Dance - 3 R Rage - 1 Rage Powder - 3 Rain Dance - 3 Rapid Spin - 1 Razor Leaf - 2 Razor Shell - 2 Razor Wind - 3 Recover - 3 Recycle - 3 Reflect - 3 Reflect Type - 3 Refresh - 3 Rest - 3 Retaliate - 2 Revenge - 2 Reversal - 3 Roar - 3 Rock Blast - 1 Rock Climb - 3 Rock Polish - 3 Rock Slide - 2 Rock Smash - 2 Rock Throw - 2 Rock Tomb - 2 Rock Wrecker - 4 Role Play - 3 Rolling Kick - 2 Rollout - 1 Roost - 3 Round - 2 S Safeguard - 3 Sand Tomb - 1 Sand-Attack - 3 Sandstorm - 3 Scald - 3 Scary Face - 3 Scratch - 2 Screech - 3 Secret Power - 2 Seed Bomb - 3 Seismic Toss - 3 Selfdestruct - 4 Shadow Ball - 3 Shadow Claw - 2 Shadow Punch - 2 Shadow Sneak - 2 Sharpen - 3 Sheer Cold - 3 Shell Smash - 3 Shift Gear - 3 Shock Wave - 2 Signal Beam - 2 Silver Wind - 2 Simple Beam - 3 Sing - 3 Sketch - 3 Skill Swap -3 Skull Bash - 4 Sky Attack - 2 Sky Drop - 2 Sky Uppercut - 3 Slack Off - 3 Slam - 3 Slash - 2 Sleep Powder - 3 Sleep Talk - 3 Sludge - 2 Sludge Bomb - 3 Sludge Wave - 3 Smack Down - 2 SmellingSalt - 2 Smog - 1 SmokeScreen - 3 Snarl - 2 Snatch - 3 Snore - 2 Soak - 3 Softboiled - 3 SolarBeam - 4 SonicBoom - 3 Spark -2 Spider Web - 3 Spike Cannon - 1 Spikes - 3 Spit Up - 3 Spite - 3 Splash - 3 Spore - 3 Stealth Rock - 3 Steamroller - 2 Steel Wing - 2 Stockpile - 3 Stomp - 2 Stone Edge - 3 Stored Power - 1 Storm Throw - 2 String Shot - 3 Struggle Bug - 2 Stun Spore - 3 Submission - 3 Substitute - 3 Sucker Punch - 2 Sunny Day - 3 Super Fang - 3 Superpower - 4 Supersonic - 3 Swagger - 3 Swallow - 3 Sweet Kiss - 3 Sweet Scent - 3 Swift - 2 Switcheroo - 3 Swords Dance - 3 Synchronoise - 4 Synthesis - 3 T Tackle - 2 Tail Glow - 3 Tail Slap - 1 Tail Whip - 3 Tailwind - 3 Take Down - 3 Taunt - 3 Teeter Dance - 3 Telekinesis - 3 Teleport - 3 Thief - 2 Thrash - 4 Thunder - 4 Thunder Fang - 2 Thunder Wave - 3 ThunderPunch - 2 ThunderShock - 2 Thunderbolt - 3 Tickle - 3 Torment - 3 Toxic - 3 Toxic Spikes - 3 Transform - 3 Tri Attack - 3 Trick - 3 Trick Room - 3 Triple Kick - 1 Trump Card - 3 Twineedle - 2 Twister - 2 U U-turn - 2 Uproar - 3 V Vacuum Wave - 2 Venoshock - 2 ViceGrip - 2 Vine Whip - 2 Vital Throw - 2 Volt Switch - 2 Volt Tackle - 4 W Wake-Up Slap - 2 Water Gun - 2 Water Pledge Water Pulse - 2 Water Sport - 3 Water Spout - 4 Waterfall - 3 Weather Ball - 2 Whirlpool - 1 Whirlwind - 3 Wide Guard - 3 Wild Charge - 3 Will-O-Wisp - 3 Wing Attack - 2 Wish - 3 Withdraw - 3 Wonder Room - 3 Wood Hammer - 4 Work Up - 3 Worry Seed - 3 Wrap - 1 Wring Out - 3 x X-Scissor - 3 y Yawn - 3 Z Zap Cannon - 4 Zen Headbutt - 3 I reckon all that is correct. Feel free to point out any mistakes or a move I missed. There was alot of moves to keep track of so I'm sure I likely messed up somewhere. lol Thanks for checking this out :)
  8. Gym Leader Rematches Guide

    Mine changed as well. Guess I was wrong about E4 influencing it. My bad lol Just did a run thru of Kanto gyms and here's the info. Money gain was the same. I'll edit this later to add Hoenn and Unova runs. KANTO
  9. Gym Leader Rematches Guide

    My gym rematches USE to be different from what they are now. But after I beat Unova Elite 4 x4 times, they changed to what they are now and havent changed any since then. Here's my Instance Info crap if that matters. I'm not sure if that's what makes gym teams change but I'm highly inclined to believe so. Sorry if I'm wrong. I havent beaten lv. 100 E4 anywhere tho so I'm wondering IF I do, would that change my gym rematches or naw. I kinda wanna test it buuuuut...I don't like lv. 100 E4, it kicks my ass lol
  10. Gym Leader Rematches Guide

    Here's my contribution :) I used amulet coin. And for the record, they use these same teams every time I fight them on this character. KANTO HOENN UNOVA
  11. Gym Leader Rematches Guide

    Oh, nice idea! Their teams are completely different for me though when I battle them from what you currently have here. For example: When I fight Erika, she has a multiscale Dragonite. And Blaine has a scarfed Houndoom with HP Ice (rip my Flygon...we found that out the hard way) and he also has a Moltres. I 100% remember those for sure! But some stuff is the same like your Sabrina team is exactly what she has when I fight her too. So I dunno why there are differences between players. Maybe what team they will have depends on how many times you've beaten the Elite 4 in that region (?) but I don't know for sure. I just know when I did gym runs on my alts (where I only defeated the E4 once) they had different mons from when I fought them on my main character (where I've defeated the E4 4+ times). Like, Blaine had a scarfed Charizard when I fought him on one of my alts....but he never has it when I fight him on my main.
  12. [Money Guide] NPC Rematch Payouts

    Updated this to include Unova gym rematches.
  13. List pokemons on gtl from pc boxes

    Dragging mons all over the place is mildly annoying, but you don't have to do that, there are shortcuts. (Open your PC, there's a little '?' in the top right, hover over that for a list of shortcuts) If you hold CTRL key and then left click on a mon in your PC it will automatically go to your party (if there's open slots). It works in reverse too for moving mons from your party to 1st open PC slot. I know this doesn't really solve your issue completely but might make it a little easier instead of dragging them. And I dunno if you know or not but I'll mention it anyways, You don't have to drag mons to GTL for listing either, just click the mon listing box and a drop down menu will have the mons in your party and you just click on whichever one you wanna sell. And if you're selling alot of mons 5 at a time for the same prices, just copy paste the price. Rinse repeat. It's alot faster than you think. When I'm listing a haul of 1x31s to GTL I do zero dragging. I pretty much only drag my mons around when I wanna link it in chat or if i want it in a certain slot in PC/party. Again, I know it's totally not what you're asking for, but it can at least sorta solve your "dragging" issue. I think anything to save a little time is good to know :)
  14. [Money Guide] NPC Rematch Payouts

    Oh yeah I see what you mean...I'll get around to fixing it at some point lol Thanks for letting me know!
  15. I dunno shit about inflation or economic stuff tbh, but I do wanna address the vs seeker nerf since I see players all over the forums complaining about it. I just updated my NPC rematch guide so we can all see exactly how much each trainer was nerfed. And for the record it's hella work to get all that data everytime payouts change, I hope people don't get discouraged from farming NPC rematches because I'd hate all my work to be for nothing. lol Previously, rematching all possible NPCs (NOT including Swimmers, Tubers, and E4) would net you around 975k. Now, it gives around 665k. And that INCLUDES the new Kanto gym rematches. That seems like a big nerf but when you pick out the best paying NPCs it's not as terrible as it seems. Idk how many people actually followed my "Quick Run" in my NPC guide but it was a routine I made of the best paying NPCs. It use to result in 365k in a little less than 2 hours (usually took me 1 hour and 30-45 minutes). Now it results in 333k...but that's with Kanto gyms added in. So it DOES take little longer now for a little less cash than before, BUT it's only like 30k less for maybe 30 minutes more work (or however long it takes you to defeat the Kanto gym rematches). So I don't think anyone needs to be dramatic about the NPC nerfs anymore because it's really not as bad as it seems. And with new ways to make money in Unova it shouldnt be hard for anyone to make the same amount of income they were before if not more. So, in regards to the OP, I doubt they will lower the price of any in-game money sinks tbh.
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