Aaaaaand I know you can encounter wild Solrock and Lunatone in the post game.
Yep, accepted.Lockes and Keys take Tiamat the Kyurem. Tiamat thinks it is the queen of all the dragons, so it must intimidate it's subjects with Scary Face before attacking. It must also stop it's subjects from attacking it, so it must solo every Dragon-type you see(That belongs to an enemy Trainer). When it sees Benga's Latias, the Latias claims it is the true queen of all dragons. This enrages Tiamat, so
Tiamat must solo the Latias, using only super-effective moves. Lastly, Tiamat must always know Glaciate, so it can show it's amazing power.
Tiamat the Kyurem
*Must hit all Dragon-types(except for Benga's Latias) with Scary Face before attacking
*Must solo all Dragon-types you see that belong to an enemy trainer
*Must solo Benga's Latias with only super effective moves
*Must always know Glaciate
That's all, and I hope you are happy with Tiamat!
PS. The name Tiamat comes from a deity from Dungeons and Dragons.
PPS. This may be too easy. If so, let me know and I will give you a different Pokemon.
EDIT: Tiamat can not be spliced.
Its not forgotten. Back shortly after XY's release, this thread would frequently go for a few days without any posts.
Ok then... I'll be patient then.Verxilo you just gotta be patient man, any thread is going to have its ups and downs. If you really want some challanges though, you can leave a message on some of the regulars' walls asking for it.
In the meantime, I guess I'll give out some Pokemon for some of the people here...as soon as I found out who is doing what and what they all have already. Lol.
Dang... That's quite a gimmick! I like it though. Accepted.ok Verxilo I have a bit of a fun and easy challange for you:
Take Scales the Sandile. Scales got his name not only because he is a reptile, but because he is constantly trying to tip the scales of battle in his favor. Scales always wants to make sure he has the advantage in a battle, so he cannot attack until he has achieved a 4 "point" advantage over his opponent. The points are decided by stat changes on his opponent and himself, regardless of which Pokemon caused it. He gets 1 point for every stat boost to himself, and 2 points for every stat decrease on his enemy. He loses 1 point for every stat boost his opponent has, and loses 1 point for every stat decrease he gets.
Examples of how this works:
1. He uses Leer twice, lowering the opponent's Defense by 1 stage two times, giving him 4 points.
2. The opponent uses Curse, which is +1 Attack, +1 Defense, -1 Speed. He loses 2 points for the Attack and Defense boosts, but gains 2 points for the Speed drop.
Remember that if he got points by lowering the stats of his opponent, after that opponent faints he will have to get points again, so generally increasing his own stats is a better idea.
I need 6 :I I'll be patient but just saying xDhttp://www.smogon.com/forums/threads/the-scramble-challange-mark-2.3455879/page-412#post-5213757
need 3 more pokes before i can start