Right so I am playing Leaf Green and I want to defeat the Elite 4.
L 61 Blastoise
L 62 Victreebel
L 52 Pigeot
L 50 Venomoth
L 50 Dragonair
L 50 Rapidash
(Sorry if spelt wrong )
Can someone please explain to me or give me a link to a page explaining what causes the legendary dogs to have the same pattern of horrible IVs in FR/LG. Didn't know this was a common thing until today, when I realized the Raikou and Entei I have, as well as a Suicune someone was offering all had the same trend of HP being the highest IV, and all the others being around 0, or 0. Does this mean the only useable dogs come from events, colloseum, etc?
Troggy said:Can someone please explain to me or give me a link to a page explaining what causes the legendary dogs to have the same pattern of horrible IVs in FR/LG. Didn't know this was a common thing until today, when I realized the Raikou and Entei I have, as well as a Suicune someone was offering all had the same trend of HP being the highest IV, and all the others being around 0, or 0. Does this mean the only useable dogs come from events, colloseum, etc?
jeyre80 said:I have heard of this trend happening before, but I have no for sure way of confirming it.
shiny dvilla said:when lokking for the Dogs, using repels, what is their encounter percentage, if they happen to be on the same route?
shiny dvilla said:Now Im SRing for Scyther. I want to transfer it to DPPt to train it up to an Uber Scizor xD. The thing is that Scyther only has Swarm in FR/LG. If I find a nice adamant one, how will I know which nature it will have in Pt??
No.While I can't provide a site or anything, I can confirm that this is true. Most of the stats are set to be and IV of 2 or lower as soon as you have chosen your Starter Pokemon.
You can only get one dog per game, its impossible for there to be two on the same game, never-the-less on the same route.
If you have a repel, and a lead Pokemon at Lv40 (If all other wild Pokemon are Lv39 or lower), and are on the same route as the dog, your chances of finding the elusive legendary will be 100%
What Most of the time WE mean by Event Pokémon, are Pokémon that are normally unavailable in the main games. Mew is the Classic example of this. Originally, Mew could not be found in Red or Blue. (Ok, there is the Mew Glitch.) Nintendo announces that certain places will give out the said Pokémon. Mew, Cerebii and Deoxys are not available at all for 3rd Gen.Okay... So umm.. This is question has more or less been asked. "Where is Deoxys?"... So my real question is; what are "events"? I ordered a firered/leafgreen guide book, which should be here soon. So I'm hoping the book will clear this up for me. I know it's not nessassry to have Deoxys, but I'm trying to collect every single pokemon available to the game set, so's to transfer them over to my emerald later on. I figured out jirachi. He was easy. And in other (newer) game sets, the legendairies are just as complicated as Deoxys. Sorry to ramble. But I'm having a hard time understanding the word "event". Or am I missing something? ~THANKS~
Yeah, using a cheating device is the proberbly the only way without sending it to Nintendo. Talk of Cheating Devices, at best, is discouraged here.Huh.. Interesting... So in the long run (by the sounds of it) the only way I could possibly get my hands on a rare pokemon is through gameshark. Or is this incorrect?
Oh, sorry.. Still learning the boards. I won't mention the cheat stuff again. Is talking about the guide books allowed?...
I have a gamecube system and a wii system. I also have the pokemon game for wii, and several different ones for gamecube. Plus I have that black box thingy that hooks undernieth the gamecube for the orginal gameboy games to the gba games. Got that because batteries got too expensive over time. LOL... So connections and the right games isn't too much of a problem. It's finding these rare pokemon that get me. And half the time I think the book just leads me in circles... LOL...