It's not 1 mega-evolution per team, its a held item you can have access to 6 mega-evolutions if you so wished; its only one mega-evolution in battle. So in a double battle only one can be mega-evolved; we don't know what happens if you switch out a mega either, if they stay in mega or revert back to normal (unless that's been confirmed?); apologies if I misread what you said ><
No Pokemon suck in battle if you have the ability to use them right. Smogon just categorizes Pokemon in accordance to their way of playing. You can make better sets than theirs if you open bulbapedia and check all their moves.
Their sets group Pokemon into roles that they want to see. They have made Pokemon battles too mechanic. Just the element of surpise of having your own set demolishes your opponent. I've had many 6-0's against smogon OU teams with a Noctowl.
thank you for ripping apart my rather simple opinion (a second mega evo could mean mewtwo gets two different stones) for no discernible reason i can see. sorry that it confused and angered you so much, and made you feel the need to break down to me in a post way longer than my original idea why what i said made absolutely no sense (to only you and nobody else). next time don't tear stuff apart to try to prove how dumb someone is when the only real problem is you refusing to understand my opinion was very simple and you misunderstood it entirely.
i dont even care about this anymore.
so who wants to place bets on when we get a raichu mega evolution? and i seriously seriously doubt we'd get a pikachu mega evo over a raichu one, but i know it will be speculated until then confirm only fully evolved pokemon can mega evolve, if they confirm that at all.
Indeed. The way I interpret it is that once you've Mega evolved a Pokémon in your team (by pushing the button in the move selection) in a battle, you can't Mega evolve any other Pokémon during that battle. Let's say you use Lucario holding Lucarionite, and you Mega evolve it. When it faints or you switch to another Pokémon, say Blaziken holding Blazikenite, you can't evolve this Blaziken into Mega Blaziken anymore, as you already evolved Lucario before.it was implied that a Pokemon stays in it Mega Evolution Forme for the entire battle and doesn't revert back until the end meaning you can only have one Mega Evolution in the battle (not just on the field)
I think the 'shocking revelation' due on Mega Evolutions will be that when it reverts, your Pokemon loses all training. So you'll have to super train it again, forcing you only to use it in dire situations.
probs unrelated but im interested in a wobbuffet evo now that can out right attack perhaps?
genesect getting one makes sense but if it does ill be upset that only japan got the shiny event for it!