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  1. Well, looks like I gotta try...just one. Sylveon Crest: Pokemon that are of the opposite gender gets infatuated immediately (without spending a turn and saves moveslot using attract). The chance it makes the opponent fail to attack would be just like Attract (50%). I guess the effect somewhat is of theme of some Pokédex entries. Don’t know if that’s a game-breaking effect.
  2. Another status update from me. I am still spectating ScaldBurner14's Pokemon Spork Adventure series as he has made episode 17 as of today. In the meantime, I will still be as busy as ever cleaning up old content, and I still have maybe a couple things left to monitor. While I'm still at it, I have a couple of things I want to share in terms of game mechanics regarding Pokemon, moves, and other miscellaneous stuff, so here goes! -Slaking's ability changed from Truant to Huge Power! (That's to make not only said Pokemon viable, but also make them overpowered for this side story.) -Regigigas's ability changed from Slow Start to Huge Power! (That's to make not only said Pokemon viable, but also make them overpowered for this side story.) -Sableye's multiple abilities changed to only Wonder Guard! (This Pokemon was already good to begin with, but it can be made better with this ability as it really forces players to run some sort of counters to get past this Pokemon.) -Spiritomb's multiple abilities changed to only Wonder Guard! (This Pokemon was already good to begin with, but it can be made better with this ability as it really forces players to run some sort of counters to get past this Pokemon.) -Geomancy's PP changed from 10 to 1! (Actually benefits the opponent more than the player, as the opponent doesn't have to use that move again after it sets up and uses an attacking move rather than wasting a move.) -Shell Smash's PP changed from 15 to 1! (Actually benefits the opponent more than the player, as the opponent doesn't have to use that move again after it sets up and uses an attacking move rather than wasting a move.) -Fake Out's PP changed from 10 to 1! (Actually benefits the opponent, as the opponent doesn't have to use that move again after it used Fake Out and goes for a different attacking move rather than wasting a move.) -Blizzard's freeze chance increased from 10% to 30%!!! (I realize that there isn't an attack that has a higher chance than 10% to freeze the opponent's Pokemon, so I chose Blizzard to do the job. While unreliable outside of Hail, it is still frustrating to deal with in Double Battles if it manages to land that hit AND freeze them. Double Freeze is unlikely but possible! If there's a Serene Grace user with Blizzard, even worse!) -Added customized attacks: Brave Blade and Tempest Beam. non-battle related changes -Past Tinder Village (the one with the temple missions) has been removed. -Changed the blurb from the first page of this forum. -Sylveon Card locations have been slightly changed due to making new areas (I might have to edit my notepad and go through each and every map). -Couple map remodels and change in soundtracks -Some trainer rosters have changed due to the advent of Gen VIII Pokemon. I might add some reasons later on.
  3. Not sure if this is a bug or mistake, but in 17:26, when Delicia’s Guzzlord tries to use Belch, it actually gave the +2 Attack & +2 Special Attack to the player instead of damaging them and consuming the berry.
  4. As of this post, I will be locking this thread because I no longer have any motivation to finish this “Moonblast Only Run” series. Due to major changes that occurred in Spork 8, any and all such saves that I have will have major confusion as to what I already did (control switches). Ranging something like Emily still being at Virima hotel to being unable to exit the Pokémon League even after I already went to the Hall of Fame. It’s a huge mess from there. Even though this series are gonna be discontinued, I could actually start my adventure again (which would be my 5th recording if I did) but this time I get to experience battling with and against Generation VIII Pokemon. That probably makes up for not owning a Nintendo Switch (which I still don’t have, I don’t have much time on consoles nowadays), let alone playing Sword & Shield. So the only twist to playing my fifth adventure is to only select Generation VIII Pokemon from Litwick’s selection room. Sorry for any delay or outright putting some things aside, but there are some things that I don’t feel like going back to doing, and I hope you understand.
  5. Since the recent re-upload of Spork 8 was available last Sunday, I've taken the time to test out each and every functions that Debug Mode has to offer. However, there are some features that can crash the game (and consequently close the game). 1. Switches: Don't Crash (I guess this is something to not be tampered with unless you have RPG Maker to view the events that involve those control switches.) 2. Variables: Don't Crash (I guess this is something to not be tampered with unless you have RPG Maker to view the events that involve those variables.) 3. Refresh Map: Don't Crash 4. Warp to Map: Don't Crash (though you might be positioned in a way that make you stuck in certain areas). 5. Heal Party: Don't Crash 6. Add Item: Don't Crash 7. Fill Bag: Don't Crash 8. Empty Bag: Don't Crash 9. Add Pokemon: Don't Crash 10. Fill Storage Boxes: Will Crash the Game! (No specific reason why, but it happened a few seconds after I selected this) 11. Clear Storage Boxes: Don't Crash (This will wipe out ALL of your Pokemon in the PC, so don't click this feature unless you know what you're doing!) 12. Use PC: Don't Crash 13. Set Player Character: Don't Crash 14. Rename Player: Don't Crash 15. Randomise Player ID: Don't Crash 16. Change Player Outfit: Don't Crash 17. Set Money: Don't Crash 18. Set Coins: Don't Crash 19. Set Badges: Don't Crash 20. Give Demo Party: Don't Crash (However, the moment you select this option will override your current party, so you better put some Pokemon in your PC before you do that. Unfortunately, one of your Pokemon will be overwritten regardless. Do not save your game if it happens.) 21. Toggle Running Shoes Ownership: Don't Crash 22. Toggle Pokegear Ownership: Don't Crash 23. Toggle Pokedex Ownership: Don't Crash 24. Dex List Accessibility: Don't Crash 25. Ready Phone Rematches: Don't Crash 26. Manage Mystery Gift: Don't Crash 27. Day Care Options: Don't Crash 28. Quick Hatch: Don't Crash 29. Roaming Pokemon Status: Don't Crash 30. Advance Roaming: Don't Crash 31. Set Encounters: Will Crash the Game! (Without Encounters.txt your edits won't go through. Regardless, pressing X to exit from editing that feature will crash the game, regardless if it was edited or not.) 32. Set Metadata: Will Crash the Game! (Without Metadata.txt your edits won't go through. Regardless, pressing X to exit from editing that feature will crash the game, regardless if it was edited or not.) 33. Set Terrain Tags: Don't Crash (Though editing some of the terrain tags might keep you from progressing the game. I.E. if you change the Waterfall tag, you might not be able to scale waterfalls.) 34. Edit Trainer Types: Will Crash the Game! (Without Trainertypes.txt your edits won't go through. Regardless, pressing X to exit from editing that feature will crash the game, regardless if it was edited or not.) 35. Reset Trainers: Don't Crash 36. Test Wild Battle: Don't Crash 37. Test Double Wild Battles: Don't Crash 38. Test Trainer Battles: Don't Crash 39. Test Double Trainer Battles: Don't Crash 40. Relic Stone: Don't Crash 41. Purity Chamber: Don't Crash 42. Extract Text: Don't Crash 43. Compile Text: Don't Crash 44. Compile Data: Will Crash the Game! (Mostly because the entire PBS files aren't present) 45. Map Connections: Don't Crash* (Even though trying to move around the map connections will cause the error message to pop up, it doesn't close the game) 46. Animation Editor: Don't Crash 47. Debug Console: Don't Crash 48. Toggle Battle Logging: Don't Crash Out of 48 features, 5 of them will crash and close the game. That is because certain files are missing, and it won't process your edits. For other features that don't crash your game, it may generate things that might be detrimental to your adventure. Now that you are armed with this information, you'll know what to do to not accidently close the game, undoing some of your progress. (On another note, Rillaboom has Base 85 Speed, not 86...)
  6. Those battlebacks are beautiful! I don’t think I can come close to that utilizing Paint software.
  7. Custom attacks Since Pokemon Rejuvenation has already made and implemented several customized attacks mostly seen on their respective Gym Leaders, I figured I would make some for Forest Guardian as well. I may have already created some FakeMons, but I also wanted to make them further unique as well so that it fits the theme better. Anyways, here’s two attacks that I’ve made (and has been showcased on one of my videos and several other videos made by ScaldBurner14). -Brave Blade Type: Steel Category: Physical Power: 110 Accuracy: 100 PP: 10 Effects: 20% chance to raise Attack by one stage. Attack animation: Secret Sword This attack name actually originated by a Pokémon card. Zacian-V (Sword & Shield 138/202, 195/202) has both the Intrepid Sword ability and the Brave Blade attack, so naturally it would work with Zacian, Cyberse Sylveon (both Decode Talker and Dark Templar), and Aegislash since they wield a sword. This attack will not be used someplace else even in STABmon (Same Attack Type Boost) mode. Zacian would be better off with this customized attack since there are no Dynamaxed or Gigantamaxed Pokemon to target, making Behemoth Blade have the same power as Sunsteel Strike. -Tempest Beam Type: Steel Category: Special Power: 110 Accuracy: 100 PP: 10 Effect: 20% chance to lower your opponent’s Special Defense by one stage. Attack Animation: Hyper Beam Another Steel type custom move and is a special counterpart to Brave Blade. Though this attack doesn’t originate from anything I know of, except maybe Firewall Dragon Darkfluid using Neo Tempest. The Shield form of Sylveon, Empoleon, and Hydreigon Darkfluid are the only users of this move, and again, this attack won’t be used even under STABmon mode. Those two attacks are already implemented based on uploaded episodes by ScaldBurner14. Currently he is in Tinder Mountain taking in the E4, so I wonder how he’s gonna handle this. Note: I’ve haven’t made any custom attacks up until last week or two, and making them seems to be one step closer to learning other stuff in Essentials.
  8. Hi everyone, it’s been a while. I have taken some time off from the forums so that I can have more time dealing with some IRL stuff as well as this project. I actually had a play tester (under the youtube username of ScaldBurner14) wanting to play my side story and he’s still testing it while I’m a spectator in his series. If you haven’t kept track of this series, he’s had uploaded nine episodes and is currently at Team Portal HQ at the moment. With the exception of episode 2 (which he tried setting up BGM and SE to 5/100, and sadly some of the BGM overpowered his voice), all of his recording only has his commentary. The adventure’s far from over, since the chapter ends with the 13th badge...and I recall he only has only four badges atm. As for me, I’m still in the process of editing some dialogues and eventing since after the Shaymin Sanctuary, the eventing I previous had is now out of place. Some stuff won’t happen because I’ve deleted them, making the story progress grind to a halt. That, couple with some of the Gen VIII Pokemon appearing on some of the trainers (even major ones such as Delicia’s Appletun), and there won’t be a re-upload anytime soon on my part. So that’s pretty much it on the small concise update. Just wanted to put something out there in case some of the are wondering what happened to this project.
  9. Not sure, but Sheridan Village has the move relearner that could possibly let you learn egg moves as well if you enable some mods...
  10. Scaldburner Epiosde 2 Forest Guardian testing.
  11. So, I had another YouTuber last night asking me insisting that he wanted to playtest Forest Guardian, and I said “Sure, go ahead. But I recommend you stop testing after the events in Shaymin’s Sanctuary.” And he said that this will be enough to keep him busy. So here’s ScaldBurner’s Adventure of Forest Guardian and he might occasionally locate errors and criticize the difficulty of trainers if he feels like. While he’s testing some stuff, the link, unfortunately, has been removed...again due to major cleanup in various eventing that I have to fix couple with some Microsoft Windows update that I got a few weeks ago, it seem to undo some of the stuff I’ve made, which is pretty frustrating. That doesn’t deter me from working because I am determined to work through it.
  12. E10 Upload -Covers badges 11-13 -Added scavenger hunt of Sylveon Cards in a similar manner to Marbles in Spork 8 (locations may subject to change depending on further maps). -Tullborn Sea just got remodeled to resemble Sonic Colors Aquarium Park. The floor layout is still the same, it’s just A change of aesthetics. -Some minor AI roster change in terms of moves. Do not save in places: Tinder Connections, Mt. Steam Crater, Power Plant, Tullborn Harbor (fatal error as this place no longer exists, replaced with Tullborn Terminal), Tinder Apex since some pillars appeared. Stuff to deal with on next episode: -Trainer Card (I forgot to list each level). -Espeon and Umbreon’s Cynet Map like the previous ones. -More and more themed trainer battles. -Possible remodel in Mt. Steam Volcano to try and resemble Crisis City from Sonic 06/Generations (Outside 2 does have the lava sprite, I just gotta find it).
  13. So, when I’m not in the computer, for the past couple days, I’ve been compiling theme teams that may or may not be used in Forest Guardian. Single: single battle (I might not type single every time) Double: double battles that involves 7-12 Pokémon Here’s what’s already done for E10: Kanto Team (double) Johto Team (double) Hoenn Team (single) Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon’s Team (single) Guardian of Ceolis (single) Dark type Team (single) Theme team Sonic Lost World Zeti (single) Theme team Pokémon with -king in its name. (Single) Dual Water/Ground Team (single) Dual Rock/Ground Team (single) Pokémon that can learn Blaze Kick (single) Other AI teams that might or might not be used E11 onwards: Youtuber shoutouts -J-Awesome One’s Spork Team Multi Header Run -DemICE Rejuvenation mono Grass Team -Shofu’s Reborn Team -Hero Voltsy’s Spork Team -Leo’s Spork Nuzlocke Team -RedHunter’s Spork Team -SuperFffu’s Spork Team -Radical Cid’s Spork Team -The Gamer’s Tree Co-op (double battle) -Zonic the one Bunny boy Spork Team (single battle) -Trainer Jason Spork Team (single) Other theme teams (more will be listed later): -Sinnoh in-game team -Unova in-game team -Kalos in-game team -Alola in-game team -Sonic Colors Color Power Team (double) -Team of Pokemon with Adaptability ability (single) -Dirty RNG Team Sand Veil & Brightpowder (double) -Dirty RNG Team Snow Cloak & Brightpowder (single) -Swift Swim teams (double) -Chlorophyll teams (double) -Sand Rush team (single) -Medieval Objects Team (single) -Pokemon Conquest Warlords’ Pokemon with perfect link (48 Pokémon, possible gauntlet with four double battles consecutively). -Thick Fat ability Team -Skill Link ability Team -No Guard ability Team And much more! That’s what you might be up against in future chapters. There could be more theme teams that I can think of. It’s a matter of when I’m actually going to do it. But I thought it’s be nice to let them know if I got other tricks on my sleeve when the adventures almost over.
  14. Wait, playing Spork 8 is possible on iPhone?! What app did you use to play this?
  15. Or, alternatively if you still have the zipped Spork 8 folder, try extracting the entire folder. But before you do that you delete the previous Spork 8 folder first, otherwise the screen will ask you if you want to replace 13,000+ files from that folder.
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