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Lord C

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  1. It was for Reborn since I'm basically married to Audino Trainers in Rejuvenation. I used the debug in Reborn to level up quickly.
  2. Or a mod that adds some feature for quick easy leveling?
  3. Most of my pokemon are 75~85, his lvl 90 Moxie Gyarados kind of outspeeds everything I have even with EV training and I take it as a sign that from here on out I will need to be at the level cap.
  4. Don't we have Dr. Jenkyll's magical machine that allows you to re-do past events and capture those Shadow Pokemon? I remember doing that two versions ago
  5. I even forgot Shadow Pokemon were a thing after Terajuma. Like, they just disappeared from the story.
  6. I think what Isha said by the end of V12 is indication that whatever vaccines we took before entering GDC may have carried some sort of disease/nanomachines/bomb or something.
  7. Asking because damn, I feel outright dirty after that fight. I used more Revival Herbs than I'd admit otherwise and a Sturdy Donphan with Endeavor and Ice Shard, basically cheesing. But I read from past posts that a lot of people had no trouble with that fight which leaves me puzzled. Seriously, the Gliscor and Excadrill outspeed everything and hit like a truck and that's without counting the bizarre Torterra. How did you guys deal with that?
  8. Do you have anything with damage over time? There is a berry seller in town so you can buy anti-sleep berries, Gardevoir opens with a Dark Z-Move and targets pokemon weak to it, so you can use a Ghost pokemon in the frontline so she WILL attack it in the first turn, Raltz will cast sleep in your remaining pokemon, the equipped berry will wake him up and then he will be able to Curse/Poison/Burn/Perish Song the Gardevoir. The rest of the Raltz and Kirlia always cast sleep first and then dream eater, so since it's a double battle you can use the turn of the awakened pokemon to wake up the sleeping one with a berry so he can then attack and they won't hurt the newly awakened pokemon since they will have attacked it with dream eater. Repeat all that and you eventually win.
  9. Any tips for the Second Round of the Grand Dream Tournament? I scraped until “Kanon?” but his Swellow killed everything I have and I know he also has a Mega Glalie. EDIT: Lycanroc with some EV training did the job
  10. Nice. I really loved how the cutscene followed before her next battle with the Final Endeavor music playing and you all ''Let's send the witch back to hell!'' By the way, I recommend you have a fast electric Pokemon and something with Prankster ready for what's to come. You aren't far-off from the Grand Dream Tournament, the battles will have a limit of 3 pokemon and the third opponent of the first round will kind of outspeed whatever you have, so it'd be good to cast some debuffs on him.
  11. Use the save file you posted online here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Z2ImnpktR3vsXN8Yq6hnNt67BQ_z1agE and paste it in your save folder. Also if you are struggling, there is a berry seller in town so you can buy anti-sleep berries, Gardevoir opens with a Dark Z-Move and targets pokemon weak to it, so you can use a Ghost pokemon in the frontline so she WILL attack it in the first turn, Raltz will cast sleep in your remaining pokemon, the equipped berry will wake him up and then he will be able to Curse/Poison/Burn/Perish Song the Gardevoir. That battle isn't about power or speed, it's a puzzle that the game gives you all the tools to solve.
  12. I sincerely feel the biggest problem with that fight is that you are locked in an area with limited access. Normally in the game you'd be able to travel a bit and get some pokemon or items to counter the situation at hand, but at that part you can't do that. I can very easily imagine an unlucky player that finds itself locked there with no versatility in items or pokemon to beat that battle.
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