I both doubt that and the point in it. You don't need more than 50 - and move tutors can cover the TM-only moves from the 3rd Gen lost in the transition, just like the G/S/C ones eventually were.Could we be seeing more than fifty TMs?
I'd also like to see this, and I can only hope that the extra welly behind the DS gives Gamefreak the chance to expand on the idea kicked off in R/S - where it was used extremely poorly.Perhaps a better variety of climates?
Lol. I fully support the "Get rid of Waterfall and Dive" campaign.Even some more varied HMs that aren't all Water moves?
The purpose of this is to keep moves that were breedable in the third generation breedable while adding the option of making such moves as Crunch and Magical Leaf become more proliferated in their compatibility amongst Pokemon. I'm hoping that either this or the prospect of more move tutors that teach you moves more than once for a price will occur.Doctor Oak said:I both doubt that and the point in it. You don't need more than 50 - and move tutors can cover the TM-only moves from the 3rd Gen lost in the transition, just like the G/S/C ones eventually were.
I didn't discuss it because they didn't come to me at the time.There wasn't any talk about the 2nd generation's addition of Shiny pokemon, Wandering Legendaries, and outbreaks of pokemon - all of which carried over into the 3rd generation. The only thing I can think of with these three that might be eliminated is the outbreaks. Most of the outbreaks aren't really emphasized and those that you do get aren't all that great. Outbreaks, headbutting, Long vs. short grass appearances, all features of capturing pokemon in the second generation are viable, yet overlooked methods of capturing pokemon in the 3rd generation.
I would have to agree there, Spinda will certainly be remembered as a testament to the technological prowess of the third generation in a way similar to Unown, but with much more variability in its patterns. I could foresee this capability being extended further to make Pokemon more unique and one-of-a-kind, even among members of the same species. This might be a bit ahead of the time, but my Sandslash might have longer claws but shorter spikes in comparison to your Sandslash based on the factors you mentioned. Hmm, perhaps this could even act as a secret indicator for your Pokemon's IV total: the size of your Pokemon would be greater the higher its total IV count is, for instance, while a certain feature/s could be more prominent to indicate which EV is the highest. I like the potenial here.Also with the 3rd generation, don't forget Spinda. what otherwise would've just have been a bland, no-nothing basic normal pokemon turns into a huge possibility for the 4th generation. Think of hues/patterns changing depending on IV and/or gender stat, or just being randomized in general. This allows for another level of personalization of a pokemon besides its name, moves, IVs, and EV spread.