Deal With It.
No, you don't need a badge, but the reservations must be done to a good standard, as once all of them are finished, I will ask people to redo any bad ones. Just follow the example, and as long as its close to what is shown, I'll update it and make it suitable when everything is finished.Do I need a badge or any kind of promotion to do this? If not, I will happily reserve Cresselia.
Removals in red, additions in blue.
Typing: Normal / Flying
Base Stats: 85 HP / 120 Atk / 70 Def / 50 SpA / 50 SpD / 100 Spe
Abilities: Intimidate / Reckless
Staraptor has two tricks main qualities allowing him to be a an great excellent offensive threat. First, its his high base stats in attack and speed making make him it a good carrier of Choice Band and Choice Scarf. The Second, its his new ability: Reckless. This Reckless, an ability that increases the power of recoil moves, enhances his devastating STAB attacks with STAB, Double Edge and Brave Bird. It Staraptor also has Close Combat which gives a good greatly improves coverage against the Rock and Steel types who resist Staraptor's STAB. Finally, it Staraptor has U-turn to scout and avoid of for his possible counters.
Its Staraptor's biggest problem is durability, due to the large amounts of recoil of these from its STAB moves and as well as Stealth Rock,; and this making makes it difficult to switching switch in safely. It's Staraptor is consequently a perfect partner of a slow wisher with U-turn, and also appreciates a good teammate of a Rapid Spinner. It Staraptor can easily destroy teams by itself himself, especially those ill-prepared to face him.
No, using "it" to refer to the Pokemon is perfectly fine as long as you remain consistent in the entry. You can refer to Pokemon as it, he, or she even as long as you keep the same gender pronouns through out. The user who did the GP check failed to notice that most of the entries are written using "it" as well.Ok, sorry for my bad english. Thank you for correct me. I didn't know that you use "his" or "he" to call Pokemon.