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Discussion in 'Orange Islands' started by Stellar, May 10, 2013.
That doesn't change the principle, and I'd frown on anyone who's support that.
It seems highly unlikely that they are going to charge money for trading with someone.
Anyone have any guesses about what types the elite four are going to be?
So I guess you are implying paid DLC Pokémon? Aside from that it has always been true that if you want every pokemon for your dex, "someone" has paid money to make it happen. Usually this was by buying a version you don't have.
Assuming that Bug, Fairy, Electric, Rock, and Fighting are out of the question, I'd like to see Poison, Ice, Ghost, and Steel. Poison isn't known for its offensive techniques but I'd like to see it in the E4. It's good against Fairies, too, which I'm sure everyone will be using. Ice is ice, and tends to show up either as a gym or as an E4 type. I don't want to see it as the last "strongest" type (too many weaknesses), but I think second is a good place for it. Ghost is always a cool type, and although we had it in the E4 last time I wouldn't mind seeing it again. Finally, Steel has yet to be featured in the E4 and has enough resistances to make it a decently difficult final type. The champion should be mixed, like Cynthia.
EDIT: These four types don't share too many weaknesses that aren't covered by the others, either, so I think it'd work out well.
Charging for a game is a bit different than charging to move around some data on your cart. At what point do they stop? When they charge for more trainers in PWT and for basic online features?
Let's all get upset about an issue that doesn't and most likely won't exist.
We do not have any information about DLC aside from the fact that the development team refused to comment on its inclusion at the roundtable a couple months ago.
Let's move the discussion toward something slightly more based in fact.
Yeah, I'm really interested in what the Elite Four will use. Quite frankly, I would be really surprised if there is no gym-leader or E4 member that uses fairies, since in GS there was a gym leader who used steel-types (Jasmine) and an E4 that used Dark-types. (Karen)
Lol they still get paid
You can bet someone somewhere is going to be a specialist in Fairy-types. I'd much rather see an E4 member using Fairy-types this generation, since E4 members are normally equipped with more varied Pokémon of different secondary types (and stronger battle strategies) than gym leaders tend to be, and I'd like to see our new type at its meanest.
Haha you're not the only one. I can do attacks also, but probably up to RSE.
this video has much more footage, it also shows what happens when a pokemon is confused and hits itself
Edit: if someone can read and understand japanese, at 06:39 in the video we have sylveon vs gabite...and it looked like gabite DID INDEED DO A DRAGON MOVE AND NOTHING HAPPENED and then sylveon went for fairy wind and put gabite in "the red"...WE NEED A TRANSLATION A.S.A.P!!
and you would go out and buy another copy in shame
From what I can see, it used Take Down (とっしん) and it missed.
Fennekin of course. I'll box the Torchic for later usage. Gogoat definitely. Talonflame. Thats all for now though
Fennekin and Talonflame?
My in-game team will likely end up with a lot of stuff we haven't seen yet on it. No idea on the starter yet. Probably going to go with impulse on that one...or whichever has the coolest looking final evolution (assuming we get to see them pre-release somewhere).
just for flying. I there aren't other birds yet
The only two that are for certain on my in-game team are Torchic and Honedge. I feel lucky that most of the new Fire-Types designs don't appeal to me, or at least not as much as Blaziken. =P
speaking of, what can we expect from the three XY guides announced?
Did anyone see this:
This game looks absolutely stunning. There are a lot to things to note about noivern, malamar, and sylveon's stats in this video. Can anyone do some damage calculations.
Holy shit. Did Politoed just use a crit-, Life Orb-, rain-, and STAB-boosted Hydro Pump and take barely over half of Sylveon's HP? Is that thing bulky as all hell?
From what we've seen of Sylveon's HP/defenses/attacks I feel like it will have base stats of 95/60/65/110/130/65. It's a combo that hasn't been used yet that makes a lot of sense.
HP and Special Attack could probably be switched as well as Attack and Defense.
Sylveon could also be holding a new defensive item.
Also, Draining Kiss did barely anything to Politoed but recovered almost all of the HP Sylveon lost... huh