That's why i bought both my Switch Lite + Pokemon Sword in the store when i bought them. Same for Pokemon Brilliant Diamond recently and i was with a friend at the time while the game was just released. Thieves think twice stealing from a friend group when one of them is 1.90cm in height. He's normally easy going. But he can be intimidating when he wants to.Around here delivery services don't just leave packages on porches, so i never had this problem, but I've heard quite a lot of it from friends in the US and I always wonder...
Is there no possibility in the US to have the package delivered to a postal package pick-up station. We have these around here; they are rooms or small buildings with lockers.
When your package arrives there you get an Email with a barcode. Then you go to the pick-up station and unlock the door with your ATM card then you go to a digital scanner and scan the barcode from the email, then you have to sign on a touch screen and the locker with your package opens. I prefer that to any other option.
Your odds of catching a Pokémon are way lower if the wild Pokémon is at a higher level than the Pokémon you have out at the moment. Until you reach the endgame, the Grand Underground Pokémon are very likely to be a few to roughly a dozen levels higher than your highest-leveled Pokémon, and so they break out of the Poké Balls pretty easily.I’m loving the game so far but why in the hell are the catch rates for ‘mons found in the Grand Underground so low? It took me 40 or so Ultra Balls to catch a paralyzed Aipom that was in low health. That’s ridiculous.
Have you put your fingerprints on the statue behind Mr. Backlot?Anybody else shining and buffing their Gym Badges? It's...pointless and inane, I know, but I suppose I just like shiny stuff.
Yep, I remember reading about this back in the original Sinnoh games. This is, in fact, why every land route in Sinnoh has at least one 7x7 patch of tall grass. It's not to annoy you; it's to give you an easy Poké Radar location.Just came across this map for chaining.
Speaking of soundtrack, the official Pokemon YouTube page have uploaded the original soundtrack for Pokemon Diamond/Pearl (not BDSP), which is a first to their channel.
They have this site linked on the description, but it's not working as of this post:
I assume they will post more of the OST from other games there. USUM, SWSH and BDSP so far has no official soundtracks.
That's surprising. It's way too easy to use less than legitimate means to download Youtube videos, so I'm not sure that's smart on their part unless they don't care if anyone gets their hands on the soundtrack (which knowing how protective Nintendo is of their IPs, I don't think they do). Usually if they want to distribute the soundtrack publicly they sell it.