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xSalFish

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  • Birthday 08/26/1997

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  1. apologies, just spotted another thread that said it would be back soonTM this thread can be locked or deleted, but if there is any additional info i'd love to know
  2. After the short maintenance yesterday, there was a bug that made you get stuck at the same spot when starting battle factory every time, I reported it and the mode was temp disabled. Just wondering if any mods have a report on what went wrong or any estimation on when it'll be back, as it's the main reason I log on :( ty
  3. cosmetics are whack to sort through when you have more than 50, i'm sure many people have more than 1,000. would be great if they stacked to 99 like regular items do this is bound to have been suggested before but i've never seen it, maybe there's a reason it hasn't happened yet, if so just fill me in
  4. my assumption is that the elfbot items have demand, it just seems like less since it's spread between so many different ones
  5. not in reference to shiny hunting or anything like that, i only really use GTL and battle factory for a while now, i don't know how high of a priority this would be or just how many other people would be in favor of this, but - it often can feel really sluggish especially when certain factors add up. i.e. leftovers, black sludge, confusions, statuses (especially rest), stat changes (especially pokemon with moody, but also things like speed boost, quiver dance, stockpile, curse, bulk up, calm mind), those are the things off the top of my head. not a huge deal i just figured i'd share my mind since it makes it less desirable to play repeatedly, i do really enjoy battle factory though. i like the sense of progression with pokemon sets that change after every 7 wins i think this could be achieved in several ways, for example with moody: instead of taking 5-10 seconds of a pause to show you which stats are going up and down, it could be no pause, but beside the pokemon there would be like a green up arrow with a stat [or 2 arrows, since it goes up sharply iirc], and the same with a red arrow for the decreased stat. which would show up for about 3 seconds or whatever seems necessary, but not make you wait for it to end before you can do anything. something like this being done to the majority of the sluggish factors that i mentioned would make battles a lot more enjoyable imo. specifically matches against CPUs that you end up repeating hundreds of times. and would make mandatory PP stall battles much less of a nightmare
  6. thanks for the reply iirc the first line of elfbot items came out 2016 (penguin stuff 2017?), their prices are similar but some of the elfbot ones are probably a little higher also sleigh bell ribbons seem to be around that price
  7. like limited items and event items, listed with their respective "release events" or time of release just wondering if anything like this already exists, would be interesting to look at, hard to keep track of all of them. thx
  8. Vampire Fangs came out at the same time as Ghost Costume & Witch's Broomstick right? was just wondering why they their price has always been significantly lower. were they more common? do people just dislike them? hmmm
  9. iirc they were planning to remove anonymity from GTL
  10. this idea might be an answer, please check it out and give feedback if you're concerned https://forums.pokemmo.eu/index.php?/topic/73907-possible-solution-to-gtl-issues/
  11. * If you aren't aware what I'm referring to, please read https://forums.pokemmo.eu/index.php?/topic/73580-what-happens-to-current-gtl-listings/ specifically the more recent posts (pages 2-3) The best solution I can think of is to allow players to have personal shops, maybe with a fee or a requirement to start them/keep them active. For example you list pokemon/items to your own shop for a fee, people can find your shop through the same drop-down menu used to battle players. I think this would increase incentive for interaction among players, free up the GTL for its intended purpose and allow the people who primarily are into trading to continue doing so. I think it would be nice to be able to either link your shop into trade chat, or if the ability to link isn't wanted then arrange a meetup if people want things you have. This would also allow people to browse shops in popular areas or if they stumble across somebody. let me know what you think or how you think this idea could be improved
  12. I wrote this and forgot to post it so I'm probably echoing some other people: from a buying perspective as well, I can say that whenever I've tried breeding to make a good pokemon, even with the old system of listings never going down (so long as the person who listed them is staying active on the game) and with there being 50,000+ listings up, I found it difficult to find even some 1x31's that I needed. some times I didn't find them and some times I had to pay up for them. I'd imagine this is going to get a lot worse considering almost every one that there was to find had been listed for well over 20 days. despite the many millions i've lost to delistings in the past and am losing now, I still think the best solution for now would be to fix the sorting of 'your listings'. and since we've been told now that they'll never go back to being unlimited then I guess we have to wait and see, I do like Weedle's suggestion though.
  13. as i've said before this isn't something i'm complaining about, but personally if i was warned in advance i would've stopped adding to my listings in attempt to narrow them down as much as possible in preparation
  14. not that i'm complaining about it, but getting a warning as the servers are down for the update in which these things will come into effect is impossible to do anything about
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