I find it funny that some people didn't notice normal Camerupt already has an "M" on its head since the beginning
The Mega just makes it even more obvious.
The Mega just makes it even more obvious.
Not sure if I should update my current Sharpedo's movepool for the Mega.
It currently has
- Protect (because it has speed boost)
- Destiny Bond
Conflicted on whether I should swap out a move out for Poison Fang? It will get a damage boost plus hurt Fairies and most grass types (but no common ones like Venusaur). Waterfall is a great STAB even without the boost from Big Jaws and can dent Fairies, Crunch is also STAB plus gets an attack boost, Protect is a must for speed boost and finally there's Destiny Bond a move that thanks to speed boost can be really useful at removing some high powered threats to help the rest of my team e.g. a Mega Rayquaza can do all the boosts it wants, but it will still get removed from the game if it dose not expect a speedy Destiny Bond (unless its uses Extreme Speed :/ so maybe bad example). hhhhhmmmmm? Thoughts?
*Oh I should note that I almost exclusivity tend to battle in Doubles.
Maybe Ice Fang?
I will give it to my Sharpedo, so that it can hurt flying, grass and dragon types.
Or you could keep it the way it is, which still works.
Yeah, I too didn't understand that boost in Sp.Atk.Yeah, waterfall/crunch/ice fang/protect will be the most common set probably. Poison fang is still too weak, even after Strong Jaws' boost. Potentially some set could use EQ for extra coverage or aqua jet for priority... maybe even zen headbutt or poison jab; destiny bond is still a choice, but it works better with standard Speed Boost Sharpedo rather than its mega. It's a shame that Mega Sharpedo waisted some boost on sp.attack: that +15 in physical attack or speed would've been much better (counting that Sharpedo doesn't have anything to raise its attack). With strong jaws now there's no need to run ice beam, being ice fang superior, so it is for crunch over dark pulse; spreading EVs on sp.attack would be a waist now that Sharpedo's defenses are somewhat "usable", therefore even hydropump will always be and inferior choice over waterfall.
Yeah, I too didn't understand that boost in Sp.Atk.
I'm aware that some people use Sharpedo as a Sp.Attacker, but considering that they gave him an ability that rises the power of its physical attacks, I think that it's kind of a big waste....
In any case, am I the only one who is disappointed in Glalie not gaining Dark as its secondary typing?
I mean, he looks incredibly threatening and.....creepy. LOL
I also do not get the boosts that some MegaEvolutions got in their lower attacking stats (discounting the mixed attackers). I have become used to it I suppose, but it still seems odd.
Logically and practically speaking, the 100 BST should have gone only into stats that mattered. In fact, barring the psuedos/legendaries and pokes with highly uneven stats spread (like Lucario) the majority of the Pokemon can't utilize a mixed set-up even if they happen to have roughly equal Attack and Special Attack, since they don't have enough BSTs to invest in two attacking stats at the same time, end up being mediocre in either set. If the Pokemon is fairly bulky and fairly fast, investing in any stats except the lower attacking stats isn't too bad. But glass cannon probably won't even need any defense boosts, while slowpokes won't benefit from a couple of speed points either.
I think Game Freak has done a fairly good job assigning points, especially for pokes like Beedrill (if pokebeach's information are reliable enough). But they might've still believed that mixed set works for certain mid-range Pokemon.
I read somewhere that Flygon, Jirachi, Solrock, and Lunatone are to receive Mega Evolutions, but they just aren't in the game's data yet. Is this old news?
Why is everyone saying that Primal Kyogre flat out sucks and is underwhelming compared to Primal Groudon and Mega Rayquaza? You do know that Kyogre is still the best of the 3, right? Nobody in their right mind would stay on Primal Groudon if it put the sun up last. Primal Kyogre and Mega Swampert is also a thing now. You do know that Precipipe blades does not get a boost in the sun unlike Origin Pulse, (rain) right?
I wonder if I can mega evolve rayquaza and still have one more pokemon to mega evolve In my team?