Oheythere; I had a lot of work to do and I didn't notice that until now, lol
Unfortunately, I haven't done competitive battling in a while now, and with the school year back in full swing (not to mention stuff like the SATs, finals, and the impending college preparation), I haven't had a lot of time to reintegrate myself into the community. Sorry, but I have to decline D:
Exactly. They're just competition calibre. Nothing more, occasionally nothing less. You're free to use it too; you'd just need another program to transfer them to your game. If you're interested in the Pokésav program, google Pokésav and go to the second link. If you want to transfer them over, follow these instrustions. Just save the Pokémon you want in Pokésav in a place that you want and you can use it with sendpkm.
Thanks, but I suppose it was unavoidable. Oh well, it's something to keep in mind for another tournament like it.
Pokésav is a computer program that, when used in conjunction with an Action Replay or another special program, can edit Pokémon parties (and much more, but I use it only for team creation). Unlike in the game, however, Pokémon created using Pokésav can have impossible movesets or stats, impossible abilities, etc. I don't utilize Pokésav to create illegal Pokémon, but rather I use it to prepare competitive teams for use in ad-hoc tournaments and the like. That's why I asked; some people get edgy when they learn other teams were Pokésav'd.
Do you mind if I use Pokésav to make a 100% legitimate team for use in a single battle? At the moment, I only have a competitive doubles team.
And the tourney didn't go so well; I lost in my second round. Part of my strategy involved using Dark Void to put my opponents to sleep while I set up my next (main) sweeping attack, but it missed on a Kyogre which promptly used a fully-charged Water Spout (full HP, Rain, pretty sure 252 EVs in Sp. Atk) which killed both of my Pokémon. My last one didn't even stand a chance.
It's definitely going to be difficult to train for; my last final is on June 9th. Tournament is on the 12th. I have 6 Pokémon to train to high levels, not including IV breeding and EV training as well as testing. Those three days between finals and VGC are going to be very, very tough.