"Reset Move" mechanics:
- Done automatically in triple battles when each team's final Pokemon happen to be on opposite sides, as shown:
(X represents the remaining Pokemon)
- Puts both Pokemon in the center position
- Done at the very end of the turn in which all other Pokemon have fainted
- Does not occur if each side's final Pokemon is close enough to deal damage without having to use long-range attacks
Testing process:OmegaDonut said:Dragon Tail: does it fail to switch out the target if the user faints from Life Orb recoil? Confirm it fails if user faints from Rugged Helmet\Iron Barbs recoil.
Then nattorei is immune to dragon tail phazing, does it apply to ability "rough skin" as well?.
2. Pokemon with the ability Steel Thorns prevent Dragon Tail from switching out the target, and the user of Dragon Tail receives proper damage from the ability. Nattorei remained in the field after Dragon Tail attacked, and Garchomp took damage by Steel Thorns.
Just tested this with my Emboar using Will-o-Wisp and no activation message happened and it was still holding the Gem afterwards. So the Gems are not used up.Elemental Gems: Does it "power up" even if the move does not deal damage? Such as Flame Gem powering up Will-O-Wisp?
Interesting.Regarding Sky Jewel + Acrobat. You get both boosts. You use the Sky Jewel right before attacking so Acrobat has double power on top of the
Sky Jewel boost. When I tried this I did about 3x normal Acrobat damage.
I think something has changed with the number of steps needed for egg hatching. I'm breeding for Erufuun right now and just as one example, I just hatched three eggs each only one step after the previous one. They were all received and hatched without ever being deposited into a box. [...]
It might somehow be linked to Flame Body [...] I'll try having something else as the active Pokemon and see if this happens again or not in the next 30 eggs. [...] if [not], I'll figure it has something to do with the ability and go from there.
We tested this using a fast Side Change Gallade versus a slow Pursuit Tyranitar. Gallade used Side Change to switch places with Smeargle, and then Tyranitar hit Smeargle with an unboosted Pursuit.Side Change: Can the user\target be caught with Pursuit?
Setsuna and I re-tested this for confirmation's sake. To test this, we used a Dragon Tail Bagon versus a Doryuuzu holding a Rugged Helmet. When Bagon took enough Rugged Helmet damage to faint from using Dragon Tail, the move failed to phaze Doryuuzu.Dragon Tail: does it fail to switch out the target if the user faints from Life Orb recoil? Confirm it fails if user faints from Rugged Helmet\Iron Barbs recoil.
To test this, we used a Sacred Sword Terakion versus a Reflect Smeargle. Sacred Sword failed to bypass Reflect, and only did half damage. We later also tested Sacred Sword Terakion against an Iron Defense Smeargle, and Sacred Sword successfully bypassed Smeargle's defense buffs, doing normal damage (in other words, doing damage as if Smeargle was at +0 defense).Sacred Sword: Does it bypass all boosts to Defense, including Reflect?
We had to hack to test this, obviously. Shedinja's Wish only healed the incoming Pokemon 1 HP.How many HP are healed if a Shedinja uses Wish?
Finally, I just wanted to point out that Setsuna and I tested this before it went on the untested list here. Pressure now only depletes 2 PP at the turn the move is selected, and no PP while the move continues on.Outrage: In 4th gen, multi-turn moves did not lose PP for every additional turn used, with the exception of 1 PP from Pressure. Confirm that PP is now lost for each additional turn.
He's telling the truth. The same thing happened to me too.
I wouldn't get your hopes up. It's highly unlikely that it's possible to actually do this in the game.In game trainers are known for using illegal movesets. IIRC, Volkner's Electivire had Swords Dance.
Not yet, I/we don't know how much it powers up moves by (%)Any news on Analyse?
Thanks for all of your work.