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  1. mew_nani
    4 Days Ago 9:51 PM
    Well first there's the Fossil Conversion Glitch, which allows you to get any Pokemon from a fossil. Then there's the Cooltrainer Move Glitch that allows you to catch any Pokemon depending on the tiles present on screen when you bring up the start menu. And then there's 8F, which allows you to get Mew via arbitrary code execution... the Remaining HP glitch which can also get you a Mew... and yet another glitch that utilizes the fourth letter of your rival's name called the Cooltrainer/LOL Glitch. Here's some videos detailing some of those glitches:

    Remaining HP Glitch

    Cooltrainer Move Glitch

    Fossil Conversion Glitch

    Cooltrainer/LOL GLitch

    I think there's others still but I can't really remember them.
  2. BettyNewbie
    August 14th, 2015 7:38 PM
    I'll have to try those two, just to see. It's not like the hack works in any other emulator.
  3. BettyNewbie
    August 14th, 2015 3:25 PM
    Nope, not that one. Whenever I tried to play the game on it, there was no sound and it was speeded up. It was completely unplayable.
  4. BettyNewbie
    August 12th, 2015 8:15 PM
    I've noticed the full recolor of Red breaks the original VBA and possibly real hardware. I really wish people would start testing their GB/GBC hacks in Gambatte or BGB, since those emulate the Game Boy perfectly.
    This greatly saddens me. I've always wanted to play that full color Red hack, but I've never been able to get it to work on VBA. The screen always whites out when I try to pick a starter. Do you know of an emulator that it works in?
  5. BettyNewbie
    July 30th, 2015 6:01 AM
    Just replied.
  6. BettyNewbie
    July 29th, 2015 6:55 PM
    Don't leave me hanging, Cerberus.
  7. BettyNewbie
    July 27th, 2015 1:17 PM
    Oh, ****, internet outage? I hate those so much!
  8. Dedenne1
    July 26th, 2015 3:12 PM
    I used a doubles monoteam with all fire with him as the mega and he was awesome!
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  10. BettyNewbie
    July 24th, 2015 8:09 PM
    Based on average overall BST (weakest to strongest):

    Bug (371.65)
    Fairy (384.82)
    Poison (386.89)
    Normal (393.52)
    Grass (409.95)
    Water (416.68)
    Ground (417.02)
    Ghost (426.75)
    Dark (430.67)
    Electric (432.50)
    Rock (432.94)
    Flying (435.33)
    Fighting (441.59)
    Fire (448.48)
    Psychic and Ice (449.60)
    Steel (471.45)
    Dragon (517.83)

    Well, Dragon and Steel being the top two is pretty accurate. But, Psychic and Ice at #3? Only if it's RBY!
  11. BettyNewbie
    July 24th, 2015 7:52 PM
    I meant more like HM03 in RBY and HM07 in GSC.
    Those annoying sidequests? Kill it with fire!

    If this was made they'd need to add the full Pokédex, I think. I wonder if you could "unlock" types as you played, because it's undeniable that some types are stronger than others.
    Well, with any of the types, you'd start out with the weakest members and move your way on up. Legendaries, of course, would automatically be barred from use.

    As for the ranking of the types, from weakest to strongest (as of Gen 6):

    1. Bug
    2. Grass
    3. Ice
    4. Normal
    5. Rock
    6. Poison
    7. Psychic
    8. Electric
    9. Fire
    10. Dark
    11. Flying
    12. Fighting
    13. Ghost
    14. Ground
    15. Fairy
    16. Water
    17. Dragon
    18. Steel

    Not that this list is totally unscientific and just of my own accord.
  12. BettyNewbie
    July 24th, 2015 4:02 PM
    I disagree because HMs add to the element of "exploration" i.e. you have to go out and find them. In GSC for example the Waterfall HM was hidden in the Ice Cave and, if you weren't much of an explorer you'd miss it and not be able to reach the Victory Road.
    Yes, because nothing says "exploration" like a lab aide giving you Flash for catching 10 Pokémon or getting Strength by talking to a sailor in a restaurant.

    The motivation to go to the next town and get the next badge should be enough to want you to explore. Plus, things like Legendaries and plot exist.

    It would be viable only with a full Pokédex IMO.

    But the biggest "allure" of Pokémon is that it allows you a great degree of freedom. Granted, we never really had as much freedom as in 1st gen since in RBY the available Pokémon were all that existed at the time, but in most games there's a "reasonable" amount of freedom.

    I like balanced dexes but it isn't a disaster if you can't make a team of six Fire Pokémon for example since you aren't "supposed" to. People mock DP for only having Ponyta, but looking at its stats, Ponyta is a damn useful Pokémon. It was not designed to be available early, and in DP you can get it as low as L6 I think, and it just mauls everything else at that stage. Still, another option wouldn't hurt. 4th gen was terrible for Fire lovers.
    You don't get it, though. A game where you play as a Gym Leader or E4 Member would have a completely different playstyle than the standard Main Series formula. It would be more story-based and not revolve around the get 8 badges/beat Evil Team/become Champion formula.

    You see, this reaction is why GF is so conservative about breaking the formula. Not pointing fingers at you or anything, but far too many people look at the games solely through a competitive battling lens and riot if a game doesn't let them build their "perfect team" for beating other people with or have the "metagame" as an end goal. This is why a certain section of the fandom automatically dismisses any and all spinoffs, regardless of whether or not the games actually deserve it.
  13. BettyNewbie
    July 23rd, 2015 6:47 PM
    My idea was to turn them into purely field moves. Of course, Surf and Waterfall would need replacements in the battle front, but turning them into exclusively field moves would allow us to use our competitive Pokémon as workers, like in the anime, and also eliminate HM Slaves.
    I think the water HMs should all be things that any fully-evolved Water type should automatically be able to do. Same goes for Fly and fully-evolved Flying types (save for a few special cases like Butterfree and Dodrio). In fact, that would actually be more realistic, anyways. Squirtles and Pidgeys should not be able to transport people around.

    As long as they don't limit us to a certain type...
    But, that would be the point!

    (Plus, don't you want to be the games' first Dark Gym Leader? )
  14. Dedenne1
    July 22nd, 2015 6:59 AM
    Oh do you like his mega? Its an amazing pokemon and i love his new ability and look he gets
  15. Rukario
    July 22nd, 2015 12:07 AM
    Happy Anniversary, Happy Anniversary, Happy Anniversary!

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    I'm many things, but can't pinpoint what I am.

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    Houndoom and generally most Fire-types, except Torkoal because Torkoal is small, slow and boring.
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