Which Pokemon does Zoroark's Illusion Copy? It was originally thought to be the second pokemon in the party, but there is a video in the Zoroark thread that says otherwise. It is the last pokemon, the one after Zoroark...?
stellar busted this.According to Serebii, Bull's Eye (Aiming Mark) allows the user to hit the target even if the target's type would otherwise prevent it. I remember someone claiming they tested it and could not hit Ghost-types with normal moves, but I think they may have been mistaken considering we have two sources saying the same thing.
I played through the game with the Sarcophagus Pokemon and played enough trainers that used it. When you contract Mummy a simple switch cures it and reset it back to your regular ability.Mummy: When a pokemon hits Desukaan with a contact move and gets Mummy, does it keep it for the rest of the battle or loses it after switching out?
Yeah, you're right on the money there. I just "warned" a couple duders for that, so let's make this very clear: this is not a "make the researchers answer simple questions that I could find the answers to somewhere else / ask questions about things that almost definitely identical to their gen 4 mechanics / ask questions that have been asked four times already because I'm too lazy to go find the answers myself" thread. At LEAST read the freaking original post...Death Incarnate said:Why are people using this as a second Q&A thread?
There's a list in the OP of a few abilities, but I've been dying to find this out:Also, I'll be testing abilities tomorrow. I'll be using codes to change abilities, so please give me a list of things to test, I have about an hour or so because of a spare.
If you can't hack your game for Plus/Minus then catching a pare of Gearl and entering them in a rotation could be used to test it too, seeing Gearl can have either + or - as an ability....Do abilities like Minus, Plus, and Flower Gift work in Rotation battles if the conditions are met?
Drizzle, Sandstream, Snow Warning, and Drought activate if the Pokemon is sent out, but not the active Pokemon in a Rotation Battle?
i don't know the frequency but from experience the switch is performed at random.3. How frequently does the move Dragon Tail cause the foe to switch? Is the switch performed at random, or does the trainer have a choice in who is sent out?
Apologies for second-guessing, but I'd read elsewhere that it switched Defense and Special Defense. Can you confirm that it's Defense and Special Attack?-> Wonder Room switches everyone's Defense and Special Attack stats.
Don't apologize - I thought it was weird too. However, I read this on Serebii, which at times is highly unreliable and gives poor translations. I would have thought Defense and Special Defense as well, or Defense and Attack, not two stats on the end of the spectrum.Apologies for second-guessing, but I'd read elsewhere that it switched Defense and Special Defense. Can you confirm that it's Defense and Special Attack?
On an unrelated note, my copy has shipped, so hopefully I'll be participating in the research soonish. Although this is my first import game and my Japanese is very poor, so we'll see how fast I can get up and running.