Amaura's Refrigerate ability "increases the power of Normal-type moves by 30% and then changes those moves to Ice-type", thus Take Down was Ice-type in that instance.
Though, there are more than enough videos of these in Youtube anyway but the point is that GF really has some weird logic behind their decisions.
Still, it's rather absurd that the hackmons can still be used in online battles like that.
I wasn't aware that hacking went this far, or went anywhere at all, but I am pleasantly surprised, for science.
Also, I am pretty sure many of you will be happy to hear this cause I'm too, contest stats actually do exist within the current file format for Pokémon files.
So... besides this does anybody know the the fourth unknown move that isn't Light of Ruin, Steam Eruption or Hyperspace Hole?
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I was having a discussion with my friend the other day about the accuracy of Thunder and Hurricane in the rain. If the opponent uses Double team in the Rain, does the evasion beat out Thunder/Hurricane, or do they still have 100% accuracy?
Fourth paragraph. Until further evidence shows up, this seems to be the most likely reason since it has happened before.
IMO, the Contest stats being on the data, whether it's going to be used or not, is just a matter of future-proofing.
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I think I might found something interesting with the breeding mechanics
I got a female Fraxure with Rivalary and abillity capsuled it to Mold Breaker
All of its kids had Mold Breaker (5 of them)
I took one (female) and started breeding her (all with ditto) - all 25 kids had mold breaker
My bouffalant which had recklees (I capsuled it to Sap Sipper) had 10 kids. 9/10 had Sap Sipper
It seems that parents who were abillity capsuled and their direct offsprings have a better chance to pass their abillity
Maybe not, worth testing
My guess is they would probably slightly lower its base stats (or give it a less effective spread when Mega Evolved) and/or add some way to more easily counter it (through new items, abilities, moves) in future Pokémon games.
Sorry if this is in the wrong place. But I am currently playing through x and y, and I want to go back to black and white 1 or 2 and play those. Will they still work with the pokebank even without the wifi network? Also any beginner advice would be great. I haven't played a pokemon game since game boy days in high school and college.
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However, if you're referring to the closing of Nintendo WFC servers at the end of May, Pokebank and Poketransporter are not affected by it since they use a different server.
So I was crusin around Bulbapedia looking for some trouble when I decided to look at just how many moves currently existed. I scrolled down to numbers 614 and 615 to two moves named "Thousand Arrows" and "Thousand Waves". So what's the deal? They don't have pages yet so I assume they're like "Light of Ruin" and we're not supposed to know about them yet.
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A certain group of people recently managed to do a full RAM dump of X/Y, which basically lets them look at all of the game's data.
Now I just hope they have the sense to not make the method of how they managed to do this go public, or else fair play in 3DS WiFi multiplayer is doomed, as it could easily branch out to other 3DS games that aren't relatively cheater-proof like Pokemon is, and messing with the game's RAM is how typical cheating devices like the Action Replay functioned.
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The main site now has pages on the three new moves, so they're probs legit.
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"The user attacks with a wave that crawls along the ground. Those hit can't flee from battle."
I'm definitely getting shades of Freeze Shock and Ice Burn with those last two moves, there.