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  1. BoltBlades12

    Make Outrage great again

    Until we get dungeons(in 2050), there’s no need to worry about moxie. Besides, like I said, it locks you into outrage when used, so it gives you the opportunity to switch to a steel type or better physical wall. a power of 90, like people said before, makes it power equivalent to dragon claw, which not only has no lock-in, but also no confusion effect. Making outrage not worth using. and as I already said, team preview lets us see any potential outragers, thus we can organize our team to prepare for such.
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    Make Outrage great again

    I do agree that they should bring Outrage back to how its power was before(120) Even though it's a very powerful move: a) like they said, we have team previews now so we can see what the other person has, including any and every possible pokemon that could have outrage b) Outrage is a double-edged sword move, while it has high power, it not only locks you into the move allowing the opponent to switch to a physical tank or steel type, but it also confuses you, giving you the change to hit yourself(which really does make a difference if you have high Attack and/or you can't switch out). We don't even NEED fairy types to counter outrage. Plenty of teams in vgc back in the d/p/pt games were able to work around outrage and come out victorious and people now can work around it. Those who can't just suck at the game.
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    Into the Woods! (Monday, 18th February)

    Please don't make anymore catching contests in the safari zone. Catching pokemon with high ivs specifically is one thing, finding certain rare species is another, but having the high probability of them running from you is crossing the line.
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    When Sinnoh region?

    no, that's when dungeons are getting implemented. We won't get sinnoh till 2050. that is, if they're generous
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    Lunar Event Strategy

    correction acknowledged. Thank you
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    Lunar Event Strategy

    Another tip: regarding the pokemon who you have to fight(blocking the path), you can have someone solo(or duo it) while the other members go past and get closer to shrine to change mons if needed.
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    Lunar Event Strategy

    correction acknowledged. Thank you
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    Lunar Event Strategy

    I have the species in each wave, the starting wave is random, but the pokemon in each one are the same(Note, some species appear in more than one wave) Pig- Swinub, Piloswine, Mamoswine, Spoink, Grumpig, Mankey, Primeape Rat- Rattata, Raticate, Pikachu, Raichu, Plusle, Minun Ox- Tauros, Miltank Tiger- Elekid, Electabuzz, Electivire, Shinx, Luxio, Luxray Rabbit- Buneary, Lopunny, Azumarill, Nidoran, Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidorino, Nidoking Dragon- Magikarp, Gyarados, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard Snake- Ekans, Arbok, Dunsparce, Onix, Steelix Horse- Ponyta, Rapidash, Girafarig Goat- Mareep, Flaffy, Ampharos Monkey- Chimchar, Monferno, Infernape, Mankey, Primeape Rooster- Starly, Staravia, Staraptor, Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken Dog- Houndour, Houndoom, Electrike, Manectric, Poochyena, Mightyena, Growlithe, Arcanine (tell me if I forgot any)
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    Lunar Event Strategy

    I've played through the event and have found a couple of patterns and some tips & tricks that will for sure help you get a higher score: 1) The Pokemon in each wave follow the pattern of the chinese calender and the mons in each wave correlate to a certain year(Ex: Ox = Tauros, Miltank. Goat: Mareep, Flaffy). So for example, if one wave has mons like Arbok and Onix, the next wave will have mons such as Rapidash and Girafarig. 2) Starting at ~Wave 6, instead of only fighting one pokemon whether it's solo or duo, 2 Pokemon will appear should you double up. So at that point, it's best to solo the wave pokemon that you have the type advantage over instead of trying to double on them. 3) Starting Wave 2, if you're in duo battle and don't manage to knock out the pokemon you're fighting against, it will call for help(like in Sun and Moon) and you'll have another pokemon to battle. This makes it more tedious after wave 4, because not only do you have to face 2 pokemon, but when you beat one and don't kill the other, it'll call for help. 4) You can only change into Pokemon at the shrine that you've already defeated(with the exception of Entei). So if you defeat an Electivire in the wave, you can go to the shrine and turn into an Electivire. And you can only do so once, then you have to beat the pokemon again for subsequent transformations. 5) Every few waves, there will be a red bag that appears in certain spots on the map. What the bag does is that it gives you 1-2 lives back and also evolves your pokemon and restores their pp. So if you have a Dragonair and your buddy is a Growlithe, grab the bag and you'll both become Dragonite and Arcanine respectively. The best strategy is to only use the bags in the event of an emergency or when you're about to battle entei. And be sure to be pokemon that can evolve, because your pp will not restore if your pokemon is fully evolved. For example, if you grab the red bag, Growlithe will evolve into Arcanine and restore its PP, however, a Grumpig will not get its PP recovered. 6) The Entei Battle remains the same each time it appears, which consists of an Entei and an Arcanine. Even if you try to solo it, both of them will still appear, so doubling on it is almost not an option. Thankfully, this is the only battle that doesn't involve calling for help That's all the tips & tricks I have. If anyone has any more or I missed a few, be sure to comment down below.
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    Event High Scores. Road to 50.

    https://imgur.com/a/5RDhXM7 I slipped up at the end, but I beat entei twice
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    Thoughts on the Lunar event

    The only thing I really don't like about the event is that they teased us with entei, a legendary that we cannot get until dungeons(and as to when those are coming..... probably 2080 at this rate XD). And to top that off, we don't even get to use him at the shrine when you do beat him. Besides that, the event seems quite nice. More balance of rewards so the lucky red envelopes not only can only be obtained in the event game, but also so you have to do the event multiple times to get a decent amount. Another thing I like is the new fireworks items you can use to light up the sky. Just walk to some random part of town, light a firework, walk away. But the thing I like the most i the rare charms you can get from the envelopes. Such as the item charm, riches(money) charm, and especially the shiny charm(Shiny Rate can now be considered fair) Overall, it's a really nice event and one that I didn't see coming since Lunar New Year isn't AS big of a holiday as Halloween or Christmas, but I digress.
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    Strategies for the Lunar Event

    Anybody got any strategies that have worked in getting them far into the game and thus a higher score? I am aware that the pokemon you start with is random, but I'm still curious and want to hear you guys' strategies that got you as far as it did.
  13. BoltBlades12

    [Unofficial] Shiny Existence Thread [5th Life]

    fine, then it has become TRULY fair.
  14. BoltBlades12

    [Unofficial] Shiny Existence Thread [5th Life]

    no, it's become even MORE fair
  15. BoltBlades12

    Upcoming Update and Dungeons

    Really? What rewards?

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