• Hi all
    Just a notice, we recently discovered that someone got into a moderator account and started hard deleting a load of key and legacy threads...around 150 threads have been lost dating back to 2007 and some weeks ago so we can't roll the forums back.
    Luckily no personal data could be accessed by this moderator, and we've altered the permissions so hard deleting isn't possible in the future
    Sorry for any inconvenience with this and sorry for any lost posts.
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  • 2 minutes ago
    Tia Francisco

    saving at the door

    drop me a pm at serebii and remind to take that mew off my siggy
    One question. :3 Teehee!
    Are you a Poké Mom? :3 hehe
    Could you please answer a Newbies question when you get back on? :D
    Advice for future breeding: If you ever get perfect IVs in any stat, make sure it's in Speed, whether it's 31 or 0 for Trick Room. The six most popular natures are Adamant, Modest, Jolly, and Timid. You always want a Speed boosting Nature for fast sweepers like Weavile unless you plan on Scarfing it. If you're Scarfing it, a power boosting nature will be viable. Brave and Quiet are good if you're running the pokemon under Trick Room, but if you plan on running the Tail Room team, you might want to avoid natures that drop speed.
    BTW, I'm going to post VGC Style videos every day. Every day at 3:00 p.m, I'll always put in a new video and replace the # code for yesterday's video with the new one for those who are interested in VGCs but can't find a good battle to learn from. The video #'s can be found in my sig.
    Just max out the IVs of stats that you know you WILL use. Makes no sense to max out the Physical Attack stat if you have no physical attacks. If you can't get them all, anything with IVs at 20 or better are good. BTW, when the guy does the whole potential judging thing, relatively superior just means that the total IV count is between 121 and 150 while Outstanding potential is 151-max, Above Average is 91-120, and decent all around is 90 or below.
    As a result of inactivity from April 23 until the time of this message, your claim on Tentacruel on Claim A Pokemon 5.0 has been dropped.
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