- Oct 25, 2017
There are some Detective Pikachu showings at select AMCs tomorrow.
I can't help with Poipole, but I can dig out my ORAS Deoxys for you if that works.
Marshadow, yes - there was an event in late 2017 for SM to get it.
I honestly think UltraSun/Moon would be a better option than yet another remake of the first gen, because it offers an amount of variety and actual plot that's kind of missing in the first gen -- plus, Team Skull is awesome.
Same as always, I'd say. Prepare to drop money if you want to play at a high level of the competitive scene. But otherwise, much cheaper than MtG if you aren't planning to go into the big leagues. Like, currently there's this broken (as in, so bloody cheap you can play blind) theme deck of Charizard called Relentless Flame (that's like $13 on Amazon). If you get two of these and a couple of other cards you'll have a serious deck to use on local tournaments and it won't cost you a house.
Use the Move Deleter to clear out any HMs first, since they can't transfer.
The only way to get your Pokémon from Gen 5 to Gen 6 is though Bank, so I think most of us use that as our central Gen 6 hub.
Yes, I've been working on it for a while myself. X/Y have the bulk of my collection. It's the one-way path that I am worried about, I purchased White 2 as a means to get my Gen 4 mons through to Gen 6
I'd try to minimize the number of Pokemon you need to transfer from gen 4 and even gen 5. It's a tedious process. You can get pretty much every Pokemon in XY and ORAS. I think it's more fun to catch Pokemon in those games than to transfer them from gen 4. I'd only transfer Pokemon that were particularly rare (Shiny, Mythical) or ones that I'd invested in (perfect IV, EV trained). Everything else, just recatch in Gen 6.
The final 3DS game, UltraSun/UltraMoon. It has good balance between new and old, lots of stuff to do, good music.
I remember that exp share was an item that you gave one pokemon and it would get some experience even not fighting but it didn't increase the total experience gained. Seems more like a quality of life item to me. Unless the functionality was changed in newer games?The final 3DS game, UltraSun/UltraMoon. It has good balance between new and old, lots of stuff to do, good music.
In alternative, if you don't mind a bit more rough experience, Gen 5, Pokemon Black/White is brilliant. Good story, only new Pokemon, a great farewell to the 2D era.
Both are amazing and you can't make a bad choice. In fact, try both.
P.S: to increase the challenge, go to settings and change the option that says Switch to Set, then disable Exp Share in key items (doesn't apply to B/W).
I don't know what to tell you. Your tastes don't match anyone I've ever seen in the fandom lolHello, I have a rocky history w Pokemon.
Loved Blue, didn’t play a Pokemon game until Black 2. I really didn’t like that game and sold it as it really bored me. I was sad because I loved blue growing up and figured Pokemon maybe wasn’t for me anymore. Got X for cheap later down the line and I liked it! Didn’t love it and thought it was okay. But then I got Alpha Sapphire and loved it to death. I like immersion when it comes to Pokémon. I love catching them so the Dexnav, sneaking up on Pokémon and truly feeling like a trainer. going through an areas list of Pokémon and seeing there were Pokémon there I hadn’t gotten yet made me a straight up addict. I wouldn’t leave an area until I acquired all of them!
Then I got Sun on day one with the hope it’d expand the amazing Alpha Sapphire. It didn’t. I didn’t even get halfway.
Given all I’ve written does it sound like I’d like Sword/Shield? My record with Pokémon is spotty. I don’t want to get Sword/Shield if it just disappoints me. I need more ORAS.
Thanks for reading!
How is emerald better?
Haven't played G/S or HG/SS.https://www.reddit.com/r/pokemon/comments/4e6tv5/discussion_what_is_the_better_hoenn_game_pokemon/d1xqxcp/
Kinda glosses over the postgame content which is what most people point to, but it is mentioned. They do a good job going over the improvements to the story. Most of the points I'd give in favor to ORAS are just by virtue of it being a newer game.
FR/LG and HG/SS did a much better job of enhancing and building upon the foundations of the games they were remaking, IMO.