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  1. I voted yes purely for the Sp.Atk drop tbh
  2. Trying to view encounter info through Set Encounters then backing out of the menu results in this error: Any idea what the problem is and how to fix it, if possible? errorlog.txt
  3. Has anyone else encountered an issue where all headbutt trees seem to be "high" headbutt trees, with no "low" headbutt trees to be seen? The guide over at https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Ll-Z57X6pSVSHpPzqGcDwZ0mv8OjUzkd insists there are both located at Route 2 available on the first visit, but I wasn't able to find a single tree with a Burmy in it. Did something get changed and the guide just didn't acknowledge it?
  4. Does anyone have more detailed information on the new forms of Pokémon? I was able to find all their evolutionary methods and where to obtain them, but not things like their base stats, learnsets, or TM/HMs that they can learn. The in-game Pokédex was frustratingly unhelpful in this regard. It only gives information regarding the normal, "base" form of a Pokémon. Even the in-game TM list will display information about whether a party member can learn a TM or not, but checks Aevian Form Pokémon as if they were their base forms. What information I have so far: Aevian Form Information.txt
  5. I noticed that the wiki and the in-game Pokédex lack much information on the Aevian Forms of Pokémon. For example, I wasn't able to look up the base stats of Aevian Milotic.
  6. I just took another look in the Battlers folder and I can't believe I missed Shiny Deoxys being an Iron Man reference.
  7. I did a comparison and oh my stars you're right- Slowpoke line IS based on The Flash (DC)! That's hilarious I also looked more closely at Tangela and yup. Those are definitely meatballs tangled up in it. Spaghetti Tangela exists.
  8. If you look in the Graphics folder, there should be another folder called Battlers. This shows you all the in-battle sprites for all Pokémon! That way you don't need to encounter them organically or cheat with debug menu or something.
  9. Thanks for the information, guys! Looks like your Karma value determines what sort of ending you get, and I bet it will only become more relevant over time in later versions as the story plots are further developed.
  10. As everyone who's played this game knows, the devs made new shiny forms for ALL of the Pokémon. Some are simple recolors, like Girafarig or Altaria. Others are palette swaps with another Pokémon, such as Seviper/Zangoose or Kabutops/Omastar. Some, however, are clearly references to some other series. For example, shiny Machamp is a reference to the Ben 10 TV series, resembling the alien "Four-Arms" (species name Tertramand). Other examples: -I'm pretty sure Poliwrath's shiny form is meant to reference the anime Naruto, I think specifically Gamaken? -The shiny versions of the two forms of the golem line are references to the TV show Steven Universe. Kantonian Golem is Jasper, Alolan Golem is I believe Malachite. -Shiny Mr.Mime is monochrome like a real mime, I guess? -Shiny Kantonian Rattata and Raticate are white, which either references real lab rats or the TV show Pinkie and the Brain. -Shiny Psyduck and Golduck are colored like Perry the platypus from the TV show Phineas and Ferb. -Shiny Snorlax is clearly based on Totoro from My Neighbor Totoro, a Studio Ghibli movie. -Shiny Noctowl is a reference to the comic book version of Hawkeye, from the Avengers. -Shiny Milotic is perhaps Lola from the movie Shark Tale? -Shiny Sawk and Throh are references to Bert and Ernie from Sesame Street. -The Swords of Justice's shiny forms I think might also be Steven Universe references? They're sorta colored like the Crystal Gems. -Shiny Greninja has the color pattern of the uniforms of the organization Akatsuki, another reference to Naruto. -Shiny Toucannon is I think a reference to Toucan Sam, the mascot for Fruit Loops cereal? -Shiny Rillaboom is a reference to the video game Donkey Kong, and the previous evolutions are I guess other characters from the same series? Does anyone have any other examples of a Pokémon's shiny form being a reference to something? I could SWEAR that the following Pokémon's shiny forms are a reference to something, but I have no idea what: -Shiny Slowpoke/Slowbro/Slowking (EDIT - Reference to The Flash from DC comics) -Shiny Dunsparce -Shiny Gligar/Gliscor -Shiny Granbull -Shiny Meditite/Medicham (EDIT - Yet another Steven Universe reference. It's Garnet.) -Shiny Shinx/Luxio/Luxray -Shiny Gothitelle -Shiny Mienshao (EDIT - Most likely Phoebe of the Hoenn Elite Four) -Shiny Talonflame
  11. I know completing Help requests will both give you karma and unlock the Anti-Assist sidequests, but does karma itself have any function in the game? If not now, is it expected that it will in future versions of the game?
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