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Old July 26th, 2013 (01:02 AM).
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Its cool all the goals people are setting for themselves! Anyway I haven't actually really started on any of my goals (procrastinator for life). I'm planning to start the underlevelled goal tonight, which is basically just to go through a Pokemon game without grinding. It'll make the game way harder and more enjoyable, since in pretty much every game, I tend to level grind and it just becomes boring after a while. But yeah I haven't actually decided on what game to do it on yet. Emerald? Yellow? I dunno, I'm open to suggestions so if anyone has any ideas, I'll hear them out. Right now I'm thinking Sapphire. :p
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Old July 26th, 2013 (02:51 AM).
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Apart from Gen 5 games, I've only ever played Emerald. It was pretty much a blind nuzlocke, but I blacked out at Norman's gym. It got really boring with all the grinding to be honest, and I hated losing the Pokemon I liked the most, so maybe I'll restart it and try a normal run, or a different challenge.

So my vote goes to Emerald, but only because I've never played the other games, like I said. Sapphire would be pretty similar though, right?
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Old July 27th, 2013 (04:58 AM).
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Old July 28th, 2013 (12:07 AM).
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Your Goals: I'm trying to complete my Pokédex within 2 weeks in emerald!
Welcome to the club! Why 2 weeks though? And how are doing so far?

In other news, yesterday I EV trained my team of Terrakion, Zoroark and Sigilyph and took on the Johto Leaders tournament again. I thought we were goners on our last match, with Morty's Gengar putting to sleep both Sigilyph and Zoroark and then disposing of them. Terrakion was down to 2 HP, but in an unexpected turn of events, he managed to take out Morty's three Ghost types with Stone Edge. So with that, all Leaders Tournaments have been won, woo!

Afterwards I tried out the newly unlocked Rental Master, where I try to use Pokemon I've never used before. The most interesting I got was Vespiquen with Toxic/Protect/Heal Order. So fun to use it, even though I'd imagine it'd annoy your opponent if it were an online match. Craziest part, though, was being down to Vespiquen against a Venusaur with a couple of hit points left. Given its immunity to Toxic, I just had to stall it until it was out of PP and forced to Struggle. I was lucky that it had Earthquake and Roar, so I wasn't forced to use Protect that much. Given Vespiquen's Pressure, the battle went down in no time. Used my last Toxic on Hariyama, who was also nice enough to Belly Drum half its HP, and that was it. I'd definitely be training a Vespiquen at some point, for in-game battling only though.
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Old July 29th, 2013 (10:48 AM). Edited November 1st, 2013 by Squirrel.
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Club ownership transferred to MIAU, enjoy <3

Quick update on the Floatzel - he's level 70 now and I'm somewhat happy with him! He's still not great by any means but he's doing some decent damage with his new moves and I've tried to streamline his EVs to make him a decent fighter. I hate having to do that for in-game Pokémon, but when needs must haha. I'm still not certain if he's doing well based simply on level or because of any trait unique to Floatzel, but all I can say is never again. ;)

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Old July 31st, 2013 (07:51 PM).
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I just swept a fire team using Jumpluff! I'm really excited and here's the battle:

http://pokemonshowdown.com/replay/oumonotype-42302794

I'm afraid that was just a fluke as that team didn't have Heatran or Ninetales.

Well congratulations Miau! If anyone here deserves it, it's you.
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Old August 1st, 2013 (11:03 AM).
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Quote originally posted by AlexOzzyCake:
Club ownership transferred to MIAU, enjoy <3

Quick update on the Floatzel - he's level 70 now and I'm somewhat happy with him! He's still not great by any means but he's doing some decent damage with his new moves and I've tried to streamline his EVs to make him a decent fighter. I hate having to do that for in-game Pokémon, but when needs must haha. I'm still not certain if he's doing well based simply on level or because of any trait unique to Floatzel, but all I can say is never again.
Thank you, Ozzy!

And you've been really patient with your Floatzel, it's nice to see that patience is finally paying off. What made you stick to training, and even EV training him, though?

Quote originally posted by Slayr231:
I just swept a fire team using Jumpluff! I'm really excited and here's the battle:

http://pokemonshowdown.com/replay/oumonotype-42302794

I'm afraid that was just a fluke as that team didn't have Heatran or Ninetales.

Well congratulations Miau! If anyone here deserves it, it's you.
Well, that was fast, hehe! I love Acrobatics, and using it with a Flying Gem, tripling its power on the first use is a great bonus, even if you lose the item afterwards. And hey, I didn't know Jumpluff can learn Swords Dance, seems like it can do very well in battle and be a ball of cuteness at the same time.

And thank you too

Here's a question inspired by Ozzy's Floatzel actually, hehe. What do you do when the Pokemon you're training is not living up to your expectations? Do you give up on it, or try a different approach, e.g. EV training, new moves?

Also, don't forget to keep us posted on your adventures, guys! We'd love to hear how you're coming along with your goals!
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Old August 1st, 2013 (12:57 PM).
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Welcome to the club! Why 2 weeks though? And how are doing so far?
I knew I'd get a headstart by getting Pokémon from my previous games, which actually seemed to work well. I'm basically done with the Pokédex, I just need 5 more!
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Old August 1st, 2013 (03:34 PM).
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In my first play-through of Black 2, I realized that my Muk was beginning to be dead weight on the team and I dreaded bringing him out in battle because I knew it wouldn't work out. Instead of switching him out immediately, I took at look at him and realized that I had put nothing but special attacks on the physically attacking Muk. I switched out some attacks and Muk quickly became one of my most powerful pokemon, even sweeping Grimsley in the Elite Four.

In other words, I'd rather work things out rather than switch things out. Replacing pokemon is a last ditch effort for me.
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Old August 2nd, 2013 (09:37 AM).
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Your Goals:
  • Currently I am starting over and over testing out thing in my hack. Eventually my goal will be to raise Cyndaquil, Ralts, and whomever else catch my fancy.
  • Catch all the Moemon (what pokemon are called in my hack).
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Old August 2nd, 2013 (05:09 PM).
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Quote originally posted by MIAU:
Thank you, Ozzy!

And you've been really patient with your Floatzel, it's nice to see that patience is finally paying off. What made you stick to training, and even EV training him, though?
Basically I never like to give up on training something! If they suck then you just need to work harder to bring out their best - it's no fun if you only train things that're strong by default. I tend to prefer training these 'weaker' Pokémon like Floatzel, Pachirisu, Sandslash, etc, because it makes the game a lot more challenging and you don't just breeze through it like normal. It also helps you to really get to know the Pokémon by seeing what works well with them and which of their skills are worth building on and which should be left in the dust a little. I feel like you grow a lot more attached to these weaker Pokémon when you spend ages struggling with them and then finally find their niche, so I make sure to always use at least a couple in my times. What about you guys?
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Old August 3rd, 2013 (01:40 AM).
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I knew I'd get a headstart by getting Pokémon from my previous games, which actually seemed to work well. I'm basically done with the Pokédex, I just need 5 more!
Oh, congrats, you're so close! *throws confetti*

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  • Currently I am starting over and over testing out thing in my hack. Eventually my goal will be to raise Cyndaquil, Ralts, and whomever else catch my fancy.
  • Catch all the Moemon (what pokemon are called in my hack).
  • more stuff eventually I'm sure.
Welcome to the club! Ralts is very cute, I trained one once and evolved him into Gallade, but I like its entire evo line. And I've heard of Moemon before, they're adorable

Quote originally posted by Slayr231:
In my first play-through of Black 2, I realized that my Muk was beginning to be dead weight on the team and I dreaded bringing him out in battle because I knew it wouldn't work out. Instead of switching him out immediately, I took at look at him and realized that I had put nothing but special attacks on the physically attacking Muk. I switched out some attacks and Muk quickly became one of my most powerful pokemon, even sweeping Grimsley in the Elite Four.

In other words, I'd rather work things out rather than switch things out. Replacing pokemon is a last ditch effort for me.
I trained a Carracosta last year in my first White run, and I also made the same mistake and taught him special moves, like Surf, Scald, Ice Beam. Quite the unlucky Pokemon actually, my poor Carracosta, I recently checked his IV spread: 00/03/05/07/00/01, and he also has a nature that lowers Defense. His only blessing is his Sturdy ability, that guarantees him one attack, so I rarely sent him into battle, and kept him on my team as my Surfer. It didn't feel right though, so I started thinking how to improve his skills, and I worked on his move set, discovered Aqua Jet, which guarantees him two moves now and I replaced Surf with Waterfall. I change his other moves depending on the opponent, and he's now quite the fierce battler and...

Quote originally posted by AlexOzzyCake:
Basically I never like to give up on training something! If they suck then you just need to work harder to bring out their best - it's no fun if you only train things that're strong by default. I tend to prefer training these 'weaker' Pokémon like Floatzel, Pachirisu, Sandslash, etc, because it makes the game a lot more challenging and you don't just breeze through it like normal. It also helps you to really get to know the Pokémon by seeing what works well with them and which of their skills are worth building on and which should be left in the dust a little. I feel like you grow a lot more attached to these weaker Pokémon when you spend ages struggling with them and then finally find their niche, so I make sure to always use at least a couple in my times. What about you guys?
... I transferred him to my B2 game, and I've been playing around in the PWT and Battle Subway. He's really fun to use in battle now, I like to give him gimmicky items, like Bright Powder or Quick Claw, and wait for him randomly evading moves or going first. So yeah, I think all the time spent working with him and how much fun he is now compared to back then definitely make him one of my most favorite Pokemon now
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Old August 3rd, 2013 (06:09 AM).
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Ralts is just such a sweetie pie.
Though I might start training Whismur as well, the Moemon version is just toooo cute!
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Old August 4th, 2013 (11:23 AM).
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[b]Your Goals: To fully EV train my team and raise them to level 100. I also want to be a successful trainer even with not fully evolved Pokemon.

Nice to meet you all and I am looking forward to getting to know all of you! I hope to build some close relationships .
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Old August 4th, 2013 (01:33 PM).
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Quote originally posted by Normal Spirit:
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[b]Your Goals: To fully EV train my team and raise them to level 100. I also want to be a successful trainer even with not fully evolved Pokemon.

Nice to meet you all and I am looking forward to getting to know all of you! I hope to build some close relationships .
Welcome to the club, nice meeting you too

I'll admit I usually evolve my Pokemon as soon as I can, so keeping an NFE sounds like a challenge, maybe I'll do that at some point and train the world's strongest Pikachu, like a certain ageless boy we all know and love.

Today I played a bit on the bus, on one of the rare occasions I take my 3DS out, and explored Twist Mountain in the winter. Caught Cubchoo (Rt 7), a couple of Beartic, Durant and Cryogonal. The veterans there were pretty tough too, since I didn't have my main team with me, so my Pokemon got a good training session as well!
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Old August 4th, 2013 (01:39 PM).
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Welcome to the club, nice meeting you too

I'll admit I usually evolve my Pokemon as soon as I can, so keeping an NFE sounds like a challenge, maybe I'll do that at some point and train the world's strongest Pikachu, like a certain ageless boy we all know and love.

Today I played a bit on the bus, on one of the rare occasions I take my 3DS out, and explored Twist Mountain in the winter. Caught Cubchoo (Rt 7), a couple of Beartic, Durant and Cryogonal. The veterans there were pretty tough too, since I didn't have my main team with me, so my Pokemon got a good training session as well!
The only Pokemon in my team that aren't fully evolved are my Gastly and Haunter, that's only because these are among my favorite Pokemon. For the most part fully evolved Pokemon are more cool than their younger counterparts anyway haha.
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Old August 4th, 2013 (06:41 PM).
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Haunter can be really tough depending on how you use it. In the NU tier it's one of the deadliest ghost types around and checks a lot of other pokemon that would otherwise sweep teams.

The story of struggle and triumph is what Cradily is all about for me. I started using it on my grass team and I had no idea how to use it. I liked its defenses and tried a lead set meant to set up entry hazards, but it never quite worked out. I was just about to switch him out when I tried one last set. I fully invested in Cradily's special defense and gave it the move curse to add to its defense and attack. Little did I know that I would get countless sweeps and rage-quits from a pokemon that I never see used by anyone. In all the battles I've been in I've seen two other Cradily, neither one using the sweeper set I came up with. Unfortunately it was always a question if I could get Cradily set-up between physical fighting moves before I could set up curses, or focus blasts. Eventually I had to switch it out, but I made room for it on my NU team where it still commonly sweeps to this day. I'm proud that I made up a set that actually does well and Cradily now makes it in the top ten of my favorite pokemon.

That post was a little longer than what I wanted it to be, but oh well.
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Haunter can be really tough depending on how you use it. In the NU tier it's one of the deadliest ghost types around and checks a lot of other pokemon that would otherwise sweep teams.

The story of struggle and triumph is what Cradily is all about for me. I started using it on my grass team and I had no idea how to use it. I liked its defenses and tried a lead set meant to set up entry hazards, but it never quite worked out. I was just about to switch him out when I tried one last set. I fully invested in Cradily's special defense and gave it the move curse to add to its defense and attack. Little did I know that I would get countless sweeps and rage-quits from a pokemon that I never see used by anyone. In all the battles I've been in I've seen two other Cradily, neither one using the sweeper set I came up with. Unfortunately it was always a question if I could get Cradily set-up between physical fighting moves before I could set up curses, or focus blasts. Eventually I had to switch it out, but I made room for it on my NU team where it still commonly sweeps to this day. I'm proud that I made up a set that actually does well and Cradily now makes it in the top ten of my favorite pokemon.

That post was a little longer than what I wanted it to be, but oh well.
So you're a grass trainer! I'm a fan of grass-type trainers because they are formidable foes, not to mention the ones I battled were really nice . The grass-type is tricky.

Have you always liked the grass-type? Why have you chosen it? I'm a Normal & Ghost-type trainer myself.
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Old August 6th, 2013 (12:03 PM).
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I'm guessing, since I'm not 100% sure, that grass is my favorite type because Serperior was my first pokemon. The nostalgia value went over into the typing and grass became my favorite. That, or I like the challenge of using the type with the most weaknesses.

I find that most grass trainers that I meet only started with grass types because they wanted to be gym leaders on online leagues and that was the only type open. I used to be a gym leader on one of those leagues, but that's a long story.

I normally do very well against normal teams and I suck against ghost teams. Those other STABs like Gengar, Chandelure, and Froslass get me just about every time. I've won three tournaments so far, so I'm managing the weaknesses fairly well.

How have you done so far, any notable battles?
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Quote originally posted by Slayr231:
I'm guessing, since I'm not 100% sure, that grass is my favorite type because Serperior was my first pokemon. The nostalgia value went over into the typing and grass became my favorite. That, or I like the challenge of using the type with the most weaknesses.

I find that most grass trainers that I meet only started with grass types because they wanted to be gym leaders on online leagues and that was the only type open. I used to be a gym leader on one of those leagues, but that's a long story.

I normally do very well against normal teams and I suck against ghost teams. Those other STABs like Gengar, Chandelure, and Froslass get me just about every time. I've won three tournaments so far, so I'm managing the weaknesses fairly well.

How have you done so far, any notable battles?
I haven't battled online for a long time. For a couple years I was volunteering in California that took up all my time. But I have had many tough battles in the past. I used to be a Water-Type trainer a few years ago but now my taste has changed to the Ghost and Normal types. I am currently preparing my team for online battles.

I hope to battle you one of these days! Do you have online battles often?
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Only on simulators as I don't have reliable internet (think of a cell phone data package without the unlimited data option since I live out in the country) so I can't do wi-fi battles. I'm currently working on replicating my grass team on my DS though.
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Only on simulators as I don't have reliable internet (think of a cell phone data package without the unlimited data option since I live out in the country) so I can't do wi-fi battles. I'm currently working on replicating my grass team on my DS though.
Oh that stinks! You would be fun to battle.
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Old August 7th, 2013 (08:41 AM).
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Welcome to the club! How is it going? I'm pretty similar actually, except I'm working on my Unova dex in B2, I'm still trying to convince my boyfriend to give Pokemon a try, and I'm thinking on getting Pokemon X, though I may change my mind if you get to know other version differences before the games com out.

All this talk about monotype teams makes me want to finally give it a try at the type experts tournament at the PWT, and the challenge medals for defeating the E4 with monotype teams. It's gonna be a lot of fun to chose and train my teams, because I've always been careful not to have duplicate types on my team, though somehow I always end up with a couple of Water types in my party. Maybe I should start with a Water team then, hehe.
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Old August 7th, 2013 (10:13 AM).
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Quote originally posted by MIAU:
Welcome to the club! How is it going? I'm pretty similar actually, except I'm working on my Unova dex in B2, I'm still trying to convince my boyfriend to give Pokemon a try, and I'm thinking on getting Pokemon X, though I may change my mind if you get to know other version differences before the games com out.

All this talk about monotype teams makes me want to finally give it a try at the type experts tournament at the PWT, and the challenge medals for defeating the E4 with monotype teams. It's gonna be a lot of fun to chose and train my teams, because I've always been careful not to have duplicate types on my team, though somehow I always end up with a couple of Water types in my party. Maybe I should start with a Water team then, hehe.
I was thinking about getting Pokemon X too. I made a water team in High School and I loved it! I think a water team would be awesome .
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