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  2. Gen 1- Charmander Gen 2- Cyndaquil Gen 3- Torchic Gen 4- Piplup (first time breaking the fire type mold) Gen 5- None of them, sorry to say Gen 6- Froakie Gen 7- Litten
  3. I agree with what everyone said previously. Shelly gave me some problems as well but if you can acquire a fire type it will definitely make your life easier. Numel, Growlithe, Ponyta, and Pansear are all available at this point in the game. Graveler will be useful too for some Rock STAB. Also if you can get Emolga it learns Acrobatics at level 30 and it can potentially run through her entire team. Hope this helps and good luck!
  4. 1. Gen 2- It's a close call between my top 3 but I have to go with Gen 2. This is the Gen that got me started in Pokemon so the new mons introduced in Johto were my Gen 1. My friends and I grew up playing these games as kids. Gen 2 introduced so many of my favorite mons, such as Tyranitar, Sneasel, and Houndoom. And you still can't beat getting to travel back to the Kanto region and getting to battle Red for the first time. 2. Gen 4- Again close call between 4 and 6 for this spot. I first played Gen 4 around the time X and Y came out. I hadn't played a Pokemon game since Gen 3 at that point and I'm very glad I decided not to skip directly to X and Y. I absolutely love the music in this game, the Jubilife City music is my favorite track from any game. The story in this game was great, the design and history of the region, as well as introducing some awesome new mons like Empoleon. This is the gen that gave my beloved Sneasel an evolution into my favorite mon, Weavile! 3. Gen 6- Having been a longtime player when Gen 6 was released, I was instantly blown away by the new 3D graphics! I love that the Kalos region is based on France! The music in this game was once again fantastic. I love so many of the mons introduced in this gen: Greninja, Goodra, Aegislash, Trevenant, Florges, Sylveon, etc. 4. Gen 7- I love all the features Sun and Moon brought to the table, from even more graphical improvements to a more story-driven playthrough. Didn't leave quite the same impact on me as my previous 3 though. 5. Gen 3- This is the generation I probably spent the most time with due to playing these games at an age that was prime for video game playing. I spent a lot of time battling and trading with friends during this gen and I thought the sevii islands post game in FRLG was a nice addition. Some of my favorite Hoenn mons are Blaziken, Ludicolo, Breloom, Flygon, and Shiftry. Before ORAS I kinda forgot about the Hoenn region itself though, and the music in this game was far from my favorite. 6. Gen 1- I ranked this so low mostly because my first experience with Gen 1 was through Fire Red version. I have since gone back and played through the original Red and Yellow versions, but had I started with Gen 1 in the beginning I may have ranked it higher. 7. Gen 5- Admittedly this is the gen I completely skipped over during my time away from Pokemon, and as I mentioned when I came back to it I went right from 4 to 6. I've since familiarized myself with the mons introduced in this gen. Not a big fan of any of the starters. The only mon I really like from this gen is Excadrill.
  5. What's your favorite music? Artist/group and/or genre! Feel free to ask mine if you're curious!
  6. This! Welcome back btw!
  7. NFL

    I'm very pleasantly surprised to see there is a thread dedicated to the NFL from fellow Pokemon players! I'd love to see the Pats get creamed this weekend, but realistically I don't see it happening. I'm (sadly) a Buffalo Bills fan so I can't stand the Patriots. Pulling for the Falcons as well since I'm tired of watching the Seahawks. Pittsburgh/KC looks like the best match-up on paper IMO, so let's see what happens!
  8. You're speaking my language my friend! I've always loved Dark types since they were introduced, from their designs to the moves they get. From a competitive standpoint, Weavile is still one of the best Garchomp counters and also happens to be my favorite Pokemon! More recently I've experienced success with Incineroar on battle spot, very underreated mon in my opinion
  9. Hello everyone! During my playthrough of Pokemon Sun I included a Golisopod on my team. This is the first time in all 7 generations I've ever used a Bug type! I always considered bug types to be annoying early game mons but after using Golisopod I was not disappointed! I never realized how useful bug types can be, from resistances to ground and fighting types to the recently buffed Leech Life! I must say that I now have a newfound appreciation for Bug types! My question for you all is what type(s) have you not previously had experience with but discovered how useful they can be after using them for the first time?
  10. Hey everyone!
  11. Don't know if this was said already but I think it would be cool if there was a special version of Intimidate, called something like "Psych Out" or another word for doubting oneself
  12. Hello everyone! I'm brand new to the site and online forums in general so I wanted to take the time to introduce myself to the Pokemon Reborn community! I've been playing Reborn since episode 15 and Pokemon since GSC. My favorite type is Dark type, so fellow Dark type lovers come chat me up! Outside of Pokemon it's easiest to talk to me about music. I've been in school for music for quite some time and like pretty much all genres! My favorite genres though are Indie Rock and Electronic Pop! So if anyone wants obscure recommendations or just wants to chat about their favorite bands with me I'm here! Thanks to anyone who takes the time to read this! We here!