Is it worth getting Black and white, plus Black and white 2?
Remember when variety meant different moves for every type? What's with all the clone moves we have today? Most types feels the same now.
Besides rock, is there even any type that lacks a 80/90 BP move?
IT SAID IT WAS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
NOBODY PUTS THE DAY AFTER THE EVENT ENDS AS THE EVENT ENDING DATE
yes I'm mad
I just started playing in the Battle Spot. Question: is it widely regarded as "cheating" to use a team full of legendaries, or are you expected to be able to beat them? I've OHKO'd mega fug but I'm starting to wonder if I should just quit when I see the opponent's god-mod-wannabe ensemble before a match.
>inb4 git gud latefag
What is that?
Some anon just posted this picture saying Z was coming this July. The thread was deleted VERY quickly, I am unsure if it was by the OP or by the mods. I wasn't able to read the entire post because I only saw it in the catalog. Any idea what the fuck this is?
Mods deleted it, idk why. It's less shitposty than most threads on this board. Maybe they were scared it was real? I don't fucking know, but it was odd.
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Learns Guillotine and fury cutter
Hyper Cutter /
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Imagine this, /vp/.
There is now some form or way to devolve Pokemon. After devolution, the Pokemon retains moves from the before devolution. For example, a Trapinch will retain Boomburst from its time as a Vibrava. An Eevee will retain Thunderbolt from its time as a Jolteon and it can evolve into something like an Umbreon while retaining that move.
Now - how will this change things? Apart from Flareon being useful, what could happen?
Little Cup would probably become a whole different beast, but really only Pokemon with branched evolutions would benefit otherwise.
I actually looked at the Pokemon with branched evolutions, and I can't see anything that would actually change drastically. How does Flareon become good?
>teach Flygon fly
>enjoy flying Trapinch
How can Porygon2 (opponent) hit me first when I paralyzed him? He was able to attack first 3 times in a row, wtf? The guy doesn't have Prankster or anything so how on earth is this possible? I have no clue.
>we'll never see the Battle Pike in 3D
>we'll never see Lucy in 3D
This gen cared. It was fun until gen 6 came and ruined bugs again.
Did anyone else thought that Lance is a vampire?
>Pokemon are real
Conquer the entire universe and rebuild it into a utopia of love and color with the help of my loyal, understanding Pokebros.
The only things I won't tolerate in my perfect world are filthy transexuals, SJWtards, literal shit fetish faggots, gurofaggots or NTRfag subhumans. I don't think that's too big a price.
Pic related. The heroic Legendary Pokemon of ideals would fill the last spot on my team right after Carbink.