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They'll probably notify you somehow if you've been drafted.I'm pretty much new here, signed up on Smogon few hrs ago. I replied to the thread with necessary details of second random battle tournament commencing from 8th of Jan. Last date of signing up is 31st of Dec. How will I get to know if I've been confirmed for this tournament?
Probably the Zygarde suspect you're referencing. You're right that OU has the most normally, but this is an outlier even for OU's standards. You can look in the Blind Voting subforum and look at posts per thread for a rough idea how many voters any given suspect had.So as far as I can tell, this is the most relevant place to ask this question as it pertains to the history of all of Smogon. I saw a whopping 346 eligible voters for the latest Zygarde suspect in OU and it got me wondering; what suspect had the highest participation all-time (i.e. most voters)? I'd assume some OU test, seeing as that is the "standard" tier, but my curious and stat-driven mind would like to know if anyone has an answer.
There’s this intro (https://www.smogon.com/dp/articles/intro_comp_pokemon), the tier rooms on PS, and the Trainer’s Academy can provide competitive help also.Is there a beginner guide for competitive battling on this site for USUM?
It's hard to nail down concrete (up-to-date) resources specifically on teambuilding, each metagame subforum does have a form of Role Compenium/"Good Cores" (OU's for instance: here and here) thread that compiles useful things for reference. Our media publication also has posted several iterations of teambuilding guides throughout the years, but nothing for general teambuilding this generation.Also, what are the best resources for team building generally?
Enigma, Micle, Rowap, Jaboca, and Custap are special berries that are only obtainable through special giveaways, and not via normal gameplay.Aren't all berries released at the beginning of each game? Am i missing some event poke with custap cus i don't get the meme about custap..
Sounds like you’re referring to Pokemon Showdown! Teams aren’t saved into PS! itself, but rather on the computer you made it on. Therefore, you won’t have access to your teams on a computer you didn’t make them on. However, you can send the imports of your teams from one computer to the next to have access to them on a different computer.I've had some trouble with logging into my account. I was able to log into the Forum, but my teams didn't transfer over and neither did my score. I am logging in on a different computer, which probably has something to do with it, but I can't figure it out.
you can change this setting by clicking >settings>layout which is under password change and then > and change the setting to left and right panels