- Oct 12, 2008
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Well, fuck. So much for getting those mega stones. They really could've made that a lot clearer.
You can still get them though! You can get a Mawilite and Beedrillite by entering the code INTIMIDATE in Mystery Gift (also includes a Audinite and Medichamite), and a Pidgeotite and Steelixite by entering the code AZUL (also includes a Heracronite and Houndoominite)Well, fuck. So much for getting those mega stones. They really could've made that a lot clearer.
I forgor how it is supposed to be displayed in Sun and Moon, but I know that in XY and ORAS, if two friends team up for Multis with different win-streaks, the facility staff NPC will still say that they will start from Battle #1. Despite the message, the players will battle the facility owner (the Maison sisters in Gen6) according to whoever reaches the 20th battle first (50th in Supers). From my experiment, this seems to hold for Sun and Moon as well.Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
What the heck? When me and my friend tried playing Multi, we'd go back to the first match. Pokémon Sun and Moon, I call shenanigans.
You can't get a Bulbasaur with this pairing sadly. The Egg will always contain the same species as the female you're breeding with, in this case a Ferroseed. Except if you breed a male Pokémon with a Ditto, then the Egg will contain the species of the male.I am currently playing the sun version.
I am trying to breed a 6 iv bulbasaur.
I am breeding a 5 best and 1 fantastic (attack) iv bulbasaur male with my 5 and 1 fantastic (speed) iv ferroseed female.
The problem is that I only get ferroseed's and no bulbasaur's.
(I did get a 6 iv lax ferroseed so it is not a major loss.)
How do I get a bulbasaur with this pairing?
I am new to breeding. Didn't know that. Thanks.Since the species produced is always the female Pokemon, you cannot achieve this. You could use a male ferrowdeed and female bulba, though.
The Destiny Knot transfers five of the parents' combined twelve IVs. So the Egg can take:I am new to breeding. Didn't know that. Thanks.
Now the only thing bothering me is why Destiny Knot is not working in transferring the 5 iv because I still get decent iv when most of my iv is above very good for both pokes.
Assuming a Pokemon is at level 100, each IV point adds exactly one stat point to a Pokemon's corresponding stat. An untrained Espeon at level 100 with a speed IV of 31 would have a speed stat of 256, whereas with 30 IVs it would have a speed stat of 255, and with 0 IVs a speed stat of 225. Although it may not seem like much, these few points can have a significant impact on damage rolls that can mean the difference between a OHKO and a 2HKO, so you should generally try to get those full 31 IVs if possible.I been IV breeding Bagons and one stat has 30 IVs while the others have 31 IVs. Does the start having 30 IVs make a big difference then having 31 IVs in that same stat?
No, it always hits exactly 3 times. If none of the hits are blocked by a substitute or disguise, it effectively has a BP of 60.I understand Battle Bond increases Base Power from 15 to 20 of Water Shuriken. It says on the Bulbapedia page that it also guarantees that it will hit 3 times.
Does this mean the maximum is 3 as well, or should it says "at least 3" times? If it guarantees a maximum of 3 as well as a minimum of 3, this means it'd be quite weak.