|Posted by Alex on October 17, 2015 at 8:10 PM||comments (0)|
So since I have a Shiny Charizard and a Shiny Blastoise (both of which I have obtained from others in one fashion or another), I have decided to round out the trio and breed for myself a Shiny Venusaur. So far I have the IVs close to where I want, the Nature exactly what I want. The Ability is tricky, but I have a chance at it. Now all comes down to the parents.
Additionally, I have transferred to my Alpha Sapphire a crapload of my other Pokémon to help fill up my Living Dex, in the hopes of getting the Shiny Charm soon. I've left a few strong Pokémon behind in my X Version to help with seeking things out there, so we'll see how things go. If I can get the complete Pokédex in my Alpha Sapphire, I can transfer and transfer back certain ones to help get the Shiny Charm in X Version as well, thus helping both games get better chances at those elusive Shinies.
|Posted by Alex on July 3, 2015 at 6:35 PM||comments (0)|
It's been a long time since I've made a blog entry, so here is at least some of what has been happening, leastways today. Last night, a good friend of mine gave me her untrained shiny charmander she got in a trade. All she wanted was a meowth. Upon checking out the little guy, I learned he had an Adamant nature, Solar Power ability, 5 perfect IVs in everything but Special Attack, and the moves Outrage, Dragon Dance, and Flare Blitz. Obviously, this little shiny charmander was intended for great things as a mega charizard X.
So I spent a portion of the day training up said charmander (now a well trained mega charizard X) as well as a lileep (now a cradily) and my regirock which have been waiting to be trained. Next up on the block are my event shiny gengar, as well as breeding my hidden ability tyrunt and trading or hunting for a caterpie.
|Posted by Alex on January 10, 2015 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
I hope I'm not the only one with this opinion, but people who use nothing but legendaries in their teams royally tweak me off! It's like... why have all this plethora of powerful and vast pokemon when Johnny No-Skills can use a stupid Kyogre, Palkia, and Xerneas all at the same time!? And then they go into the online battles thinking they're top-$#&%, when really they have no skills outside the Ubers tier. I can understand one legendary on a team, and on occasion two, but a team of 3+ legendaries shows me a lack of creativity, maturity, and all-around laziness.
I've done my venting...
|Posted by Alex on December 18, 2014 at 6:25 PM||comments (0)|
Before the last semester ended, my friend (also known as Alex) gave me a Timid Shiny Female Snurunt with Spikes. So today, just for the heck of it, I decided to take a reprieve from my Regional Dex completion to work on Mizore (as he named her). She actually was fairly easy to train up, as most of what she was gonna get was either already on her, going to be instantly on her, or was a TM. Here is her setup:
Hopefully at some point in the near future I can try her out against some of my friends or family.
|Posted by Alex on December 16, 2014 at 6:55 PM||comments (0)|
So a while back I decided that if I am to complete the pokedexes, I might as well train up each pokemon that evolves into a competitive force. So while I was going through my pokemon, I realized that I hadn't had ANY of Clamperl's family. So I looked through the strategies on Smogon and found a few that could work. With the aid of my girlfriend, I managed to evolve my Clamperl I've been training into a useful utility pokemon. Here it is as it stands:
Ability: Swift Swim
Item: White Herb
Move 1: Shell Smash
Move 2: Baton Pass
Move 3: Scald
Move 4: Substitute
EVs: HP 252, SpA 4, Spe 252
Not bad, and I'm sure I can make some good use of it.