All fossil pokémon are rock types, right? And the majority (I think so) are dual types... Since all of 'em received a Rock type, is it safe to assume, they weren't Rock type before? I mean, Aerodactyl weren't Rock/Flying, but rather only Flying. Lileep being only Grass. Bastiodon being pure Steel. Aurorus pure Ice and such...
I mean, at least it looks like such. I just want to know what other people think of this matter because, eh... But.
It's not really "safe" to assume that, in that there's nothing definitive one way or the other nor will there likely ever be. People can tell you one way or the other and no one's going to say anything more meaningful than anyone else. If that's what makes sense to you, go with it.
Which type has the most weaknesses? Which type has the most resistances? Which type is super effective against the most other types?
Is there a move, or a way to switch the user's Attack with its Special Attack (a little bit like Wonder Room, where the user's Defense and Special Defense get swapped) ?
Also, if Steelix uses Gyro Ball under Trick Room (in which it probably is the fastest), are the damages caused by Gyro Ball calculated as if it was not under Trick Room ?
Last edited by Everlasting; 25th January 2014 at 2:01 PM.
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The Pokearth page for Kalos Route 18 lists a whole bunch of stuff you can get from Inver as possible prizes for beating him, but all I ever get from him are Sitrus berries. Is there something you have to do to unlock his other prizes?
Can Pokemon in a friends safari have their HA if they have not beaten the E4? Also, if you have been online with them at the same time at least once and then you go back later when they are off, can you get their HA then?
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Looking to trade for apricorn and rare ball pokemon I don't have!
Originally Posted by Inconspicuosaurus
Yes, you just need to be online at the same time once for the 3rd Pokemon slot and the HA's.
Can someone please help me with breeding, I'm not sure if I understand the mechanic completely.
I want to breed a Pokemon with 6 IVs and I own (w=wanted IV, n=not wanted IV):
- w/n/w/w/w/w Ditto (without wanted nature)
- w/w/n/w/w/w Panpour (female with wanted Ability and nature)
- w/w/w/w/n/w Panpour (male with wanted Ability and nature)
- EDIT: I also have a w/w/w/w/w/w Panpour (male, without wanted Ability, with wanted nature), now
What is the best way to breed them? How to get my perfect 6 IV Panpour fastest and easiest?
Is it true, that the chance for a 6 IV Pokemon is 1:32, if you breed two complementary 5 IV Pokemon?... Or what is the chance?
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It was never confirmed that the Fire starters were based off of the Chinese/Oriental Zodiac, right?
The inconsistency with the Fennekin line makes me think this.
Pokémon Sun Team
Rowlet Cutiefly Formantis Mimikyu Mudsbray Sandshrew-Alola
Pokémon Moon Team
Popplio Grubbin Rockruff Bewear Wimpod Vulpix-Alola
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^That's actually Diancie (shiny?). One of the three event pokemon which has been leaked by a hacker. It shares the same type as Carbink and has similar looks, but that's it. Rest is up to speculation. We had Luvdisc and thought Alomomola was it's evolution, but turned out wrong. Nothing to do but wait till it's official release (or more hacking success).
Is chain fishing possible as soon as the old rod is obtained in Y, or is it only possible after talking to the guy on Route 16?
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What do the dark symbols (square, circle, etc.) below Ferroseed mean? I have a handful of pokemon that have these dark symbols, and I can't seem to find anywhere that explains what it means. What determines whether one is dark or not?
Shinies in Omega Ruby so far: x2