What about a cute little Germ Pokemon? Idk just a guess....But I'm totally catching one and naming it Germy!!! its like the friggin cutest lolI would wager that green thing is a ghost, since it looks to be either a skeleton or a doll that's suspended in ectoplasm.
Just picture it as if you only had 3 Pokemon to use instead of six.I'm not sure what to say about triple battles. They look fun, but maybe there's too many Pokemon for one battle. Double battles already confuses sometimes. o_o
My thoughts exactly.I love how people are acting like triple battles are something new when console RPGs have been having them since the 80s.
I think if some of you guys ever played a Suikoden game, your heads would explode.
Yeah I'm in the middle of playing Golden Sun: The Lost Age, and you have four characters all at once (and later in the game you can have 4 replacements, so if the first 4 gets knocked out the 4 replacements take their place and you can continue battling), in fact isn't Final Fantasy like that as well (with more than 2 characters at a time). For those who've played and liked Final Fantasy and dislike the idea of triple battles? Um...why and how does that make sense? I mean sure on final fantasy and Golden Sun it's because the single opponent's have high insane health and attack power (sometimes multiple times a turn) in comparison but that's not really a good excuse since you can also have multiple weaker enemies that are extremely weaker to a single character of yours? So I don't see why it would be so frustrated, or difficult with Pokemon. I mean eventually yes it may get annoying with 8, 10, 12 Pokemon, but triple battles seem like nothing, since there's only six Pokemon out at one time, which as much as one trainer can carry that really seems like the maximum number. When the total number of Pokemon matches that of how many a single trainer can carry.Just picture it as if you only had 3 Pokemon to use instead of six.
You send out 3, opponent sends out three. You try to knock out all three of their Pokemon. If all of your Pokemon faint, you lose. Each Pokemon moves depending on who's the fastest down to the slowest.
The only confusion comes when talking about specific moves or abilities.