Oh, goodness. I didn't even realize that there was a 13 there. I thought that they only differed by the 21s. My bad. And yeah, I don't do much competitive battling, so I don't really breed for IVs (that being said, I might be getting into a bit soon, so thanks for the info about the standard assignments for the marks; I can remember the shapes, but never the order).cut for length
Street pass will pick up something when you "happen" to walk by someone with a 3DS with them, a green light will come on when you walk by another 3DS user. It takes time andd it depends on where you are. Places that are more people you have a higher chance on getting a least one street pass. With getting an Eon ticket, you'll have to be lucky to pass by someone that has one.Since Game Freak is now forcing you to use Streetpass to get the Eon Ticket [which is a very stupid move imo since not everyone lives in a densely populated area], I think I better ask this now:
In order to get Streetpass 'benefits' for Pokemon X and Y [as well as things like the Eon Ticket if I ever fly to a city that would have such a thing], do I have to have the game itself on?
I know I have to have the console on either sleep or on, but I don't understand how specific games work. I have turned on streetpass for Pokemon X, but the game still isn't showing up on the "titles using StreetPass" list in the settings. Am I missing something?
ok thanks, I guess I trained Sylveon 1 for nothing than because everyone I asked on other sites told me it was the better of the two, I guess since it had 1 extra perfect IV than Sylveon 2 :/
Yeah, I'm stumped, too. Luckily, once the trivia contest is over, they usually release a list of all the answers, so hopefully we can find out then.Aside from being forced to switch out as the result of a Pokémon's attack, how could a player in R/S/E and FR/LG have one of their Pokémon start to execute an attack before they switch out on that exact same turn?
I am seriously stumped.
- KO an opposing Trainer's Pokemon in Shift battle mode (asked whether to switch before the opponent sends in their next Pokemon).Aside from being forced to switch out as the result of a Pokémon's attack, how could a player in R/S/E and FR/LG have one of their Pokémon start to execute an attack before they switch out on that exact same turn?
I am seriously stumped.
That's not the case anymore. Thanks to the change in breeding mechanics in this gen, both the male and female parent can pass down egg moves (though I think the female takes priority, but I may have to double-check that). So it's possible to breed multiple egg moves onto the same offspring. So if you have a female Feebas that has Hypnosis as an egg move and your breed it with a Pokemon with Dragon Pulse, you'll get both egg moves now in the next offspring.Ok, so it's been a long time since I bred anything and my memory is awful.
What is the easiest way to breed a Feebas with Dragon Pulse and Hypnosis, please?
I know how to get one of those moves, but the egg move can only be passed down through the male so I'm not sure how getting 2 egg moves is possible. If anyone can tell me a way that'd be awesome, thank you!
Yeah. It must be inheritable by another means (e.g. explicit egg move or by level up) to get passed down; simply being a TM isn't enough anymore since TMs are reusable.Thank you! And just to double check - Bulbapedia seems to imply that from XY onwwards you can't pass on the father's TM/HM moves to the baby, is that correct?
Nothing regarding tipping increasing the shiny rate has been fully confirmed. You'll find several people saying that tipping caused them to find more shinies and several others saying tipping didn't do anything for them.I have heard this but I'm not able to confirm..but does tipping increase the likeliness of encountering a shiny Pokemon?
I cant say for the eShop but for the regions I have done this with an extra 3DS system I have and I was not able to get all the vivillions, I still need like 4 or 5 more that I cant find a region for with my US 3DS system.Two questions relating to Vivillon:
1: Is there a full list of which locations give which Vivillon forms anywhere? The only lists I can find are from XY's early days, and they're all marked as being possibly incomplete.
2: If I change my 3DS's region in order to get a certain Vivillon form on a new game but change it back afterwards, will I be locked out of the eShop or the like?