FRLG imo has the best trades by far. That game has Jynx - literally the best Pokémon in the game - as well as Nidoran-M and Mr. Mime, both of which are amazing Pokémon in their own right. Said Nidoran-M getting boosted stats and exp takes Nidoking from an alright Pokémon to a fantastic one as well. RBY has the same trades and I believe they perform well there too.Which games have the best in-game trades, in terms of availability and in-game performance?
I think they all have their good trades and duds.Which games have the best in-game trades, in terms of availability and in-game performance?
Makit is kinda bad against Roxanne except as a meat tank because of disobedience. After level 10, Makit hits disobedience which makes it hard to use to say the least. While normally level disadvantage is offset by type advantage, Makuhita learns Arm Thrust at level 10. It becomes a fine balancing act at that point to have Makit fight Roxanne, it's certainly doable but it's not exactly a free win by any means.Hoenn (***): Now a thing about the Hoenn trades is that, in the original RSE the point of them was getting a Pokemon with a good Contest stat with training them. The first trade is probably the best, a Slakoth you can catch nearby for a Makuhita which would be useful against Roxanne.
I believe this page has what you're looking forAnyone know how badges are named in French? I don't mean the translation of the word "badge," but rather how individual badge names (e.g. "Boulder Badge") are translated. Preferably Canadian French if there's a difference.
Considering you see both crowned forms in the Eternatus fight and those get registered in the dex, you don't need to have both rusted items. A regular Zacian should do.I'm trying to get the Shiny Charm. Do I need the entry for Crowned Zacian, or do I get that automatically once I've got regular Zacian?
https://www.smogon.com/forums/threa...-here-no-hacking.3656229/page-70#post-8555184Is there a thread somewhere to like, trade a mon then trade it back (so i can evolve a haunter for example)? Considering using trade evo mons in my USUM playthrough but if i cant evolve them that would kinda suck. The wifi forum is more for competitive stuff it seems.
Okay after just...entirely too much running around and breeding, juggling bank & home, and shelling out the $16 for home here are the three scenarios I set up:
1. A Rowlet with Haze. Haze doesn't seem to be an egg move any more, nor is it a TM or TR. Result: It can relearn the move, no issues.
2. A Vullaby with Foul Play taught as a Move Tutor. Foul Play was an egg move before, but now it's only as a TR. Result: It cannot relearn Foul Play
3. A Vullaby with Foul Play bred to it as an Egg Move. Result: It can relearn Foul Play
I believe the thing that went wrong in scenario 2 is Move Tutors weren't written to the, uh, "pokemon memory". So even though the Tutored Vullaby legally knew Foul Play, at no poitn in the process from learning the move to going to bank to going to Home to going to SWSH to forgetting the move did it enter this "memory" and thus it can't relearn it.
Looking into it more, I would assume the following "fringe" scenarios will always be able to remember:
-Dex Nav pokemon can relearn their move
-Island Scan pokemon can relearn their move
-Any egg move bred onto the Pokemon in gen 6 or 7
-Any Gen 6/7 event move present on an event Pokemon
According to bulbapedia, all these moves are put in the memory. Note that apparently early gen 6 events only flagged the event-exclusive moves like Hold Hands and Hold Back, but later events just flagged all the moves
Meanwhile, I have to assume the following will NOT be able to remember:
-Move Tutors, from any game
-Pokemon who had egg moves bred onto them prior to gen 6
-Event moves on Pokemon prior to gen 6
-Dream World moves
I'm...sure I have some Pokemon that meet these criteria lying around but I really don't feel like digging them up right now to check. Seems like it'd make sense to me, though. No one prior to gen 6 would have a "memory" of those moves, so nothing would get written to them even once they're dragged into a new game. And Move Tutors never got written at all.