Games started by directly challenging another player (not through the battle button on the left side) are considered unrated and won't change your ranking. So if you want to play against yourself, simply open two Showdown windowns, pick two different names, and challenge yourself as much as you'd like.After looking around for a little while I've given up finding an answer elsewhere to my question. What are my options when it comes to battling solo on PS? I haven't run across any rules against it, but I know one cannot register multiple accounts to avoid a ban so playing against yourself would appear prohibited. When considering my options I found one cannot play unrated randbats via challenging. Which means challenging yourself would essentially be considered rank inflating.(I wouldn't mind if my rank were made -X or 0 indefinitely.)
I remember reading somewhere about users bots you can play. Are those still in use? What are their names?
I'm wanting to simply return to PS and practice randbats without being rushed. To take my time and get acquainted again with all the move sets, types, teams, and meta. Thanks for your time.
Great. Thank you. ^.^Games started by directly challenging another player (not through the battle button on the left side) are considered unrated and won't change your ranking. So if you want to play against yourself, simply open two Showdown windowns, pick two different names, and challenge yourself as much as you'd like.
Yeah they aren't like Seismic Toss (set damage); these moves change their base power based on those conditions. Grass Knot against a heavy opponent gives the user 120BP for the move, simply the same as using a normal 120BP move.
Special Attack is involved as well. Grass Knot and Electro Ball both have formulas that determine their base power against a given target, and that base power is fed into the regular damage calculation formula:
The base power depends on
It's not always a good idea to put EVs in the strongest stats. Put EVs wherever they make the biggest difference in your Pokemon's performance. What stats most improve a Pokemon's performance all depends on the format you're playing and the Pokemon that opponents often use in that format. I don't play very many formats myself, but I know that in USM OU, one very common attack is Landorus's earthquake, so being able to survive the earthquake is very useful. Let's say you're using a Chansey with no physical defense investment.Another question, still trying to learn more about competitive pokemon: I heard you want a special wall and a physical wall, why is it that smogon suggests some pokemon to build physical defense when the special defense is stronger?
Use hide=words instead of hide in your tagGreetings! I have a question when it comes to writing posts here in the site.
How can I put any other word in these kind of "tabs" (not sure if that's the correct name) that isn't hide?
thats the thing tho, I apealed the ban, they immediate block me from making tickets or chatting directly with mods.i'd ask a mod to get help with that
Here's the Pokemon Showdown SQSA thread.well its a long story, but its ends with me being banned. :( Unfairly I believe.