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  1. Title says it all really. Tried with seven pokemon, same thing every time.
  2. Not sure if it's intended but: This map here (the multi-level one) has 5 headbutt trees. Every single headbutt on any tree results in "Nope, nothing..." on every headbutt. If i change zone to another part of route 4 the headbutts work fine, getting 'mons like aipom, swablu, etc but after approx 100 headbutts on every tree here, several re-zones and random switching, not a single encounter. Grass works fine. Either i'm missing something or the encounter table is missing for trees here, and i havent heard tell of any special headbutt tree interaction here.
  3. The setup is rather peculiar, and i think the effect is due to it always wanting to target "Target 1", as this has happened in both singles AND doubles battles: EDIT: It dawned on me that acupressure being a target select may be the bug, and not sleep talk itself, as it is supposed to target self and ally only. I have a Drapion with Knock off, Rest, Sleep talk and Acupressure. Singles: If Sleep talk chooses Rest, it works normally, as it is a self-target no matter what. If Sleep talk chooses Knock off, it will always target the enemy as normal, as they are the only target. If Sleep talk chooses Acupressure, it will target THE ENEMY POKEMON, despite there being no choice when the move is used. I assume it's going for "Target 1", as there is a choice instead of being a self-buff only in doubles. (not sure why but maybe a carry-over?) Doubles: If Sleep talk chooses Rest, it works normally, as it is a self-target no matter what. If Sleep talk chooses Knock off, it will always target the FIRST enemy, bypassing any choice as it was through sleep talk. (I assume this is normal, as it works like that in the pokemon series) If Sleep talk chooses Acupressure, it will also target "Target 1", ignoring the second enemy, any allies and myself. (In the pokemon games it targets self at all times) This leads me to believe it'll happen for any move that can target any pokemon, it will always choose "Target 1" through other moves (such as sleep talk, metronome?). I can understand why it happens but it unfortunately ruins my setup, as i can't sleep talk buff myself because every acupressure just goes on the enemy.
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