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Crawdaunt or Sharpedo?


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Pikachu111213

Traveler
Going to bump this up:
Hey guys, sorry if this has been answered already, but in order to get Poipole, do you have to catch 5 ubs, or just defeat 5 ubs? I was gonna shiny hunt all the legends but I am wanting to get the Poipole like today lol. Thanks in advance
 

KillerDraco

Well-Known Member
Going to bump this up:
Hey guys, sorry if this has been answered already, but in order to get Poipole, do you have to catch 5 ubs, or just defeat 5 ubs? I was gonna shiny hunt all the legends but I am wanting to get the Poipole like today lol. Thanks in advance

You've gotta catch the UBs.
 

Mr.Munchlax

Great Ball Rank Trainer
I just encountered Galarian Articuno but I lost. Will I still be able to encounter it again &, if so, will it be at full power or whatever HP it was at the last time we fought?
 

ShadowForce720

Well-Known Member
I just encountered Galarian Articuno but I lost. Will I still be able to encounter it again &, if so, will it be at full power or whatever HP it was at the last time we fought?

yeah you will be able to encounter it again even if you lose to it or knock it out, as for the latter part of your question if I’m remembering right I think it will be back at full health either way.
 

Mr.Munchlax

Great Ball Rank Trainer
yeah you will be able to encounter it again even if you lose to it or knock it out, as for the latter part of your question if I’m remembering right I think it will be back at full health either way.
Thanks, & for once I'm actually glad it'll go back to full health. My goal is to beat both Articuno & Moltres using only my Galarian Zapdos, so to me this makes it more of an honorable fight
 

Prince Amrod

Dragon Tamer
Since I'm getting quite bored of looking and I finally caught my shiny one at the crown shrine, which size of gourgeist is actually considered the better one in general?
 

KillerDraco

Well-Known Member
Since I'm getting quite bored of looking and I finally caught my shiny one at the crown shrine, which size of gourgeist is actually considered the better one in general?

Super. It's got better bulk and offenses at the expense of lower speed. However, it's primarily a defensive Pokemon so the speed drop is inconsequential, and even its fastest size (Small) isn't quite fast enough, since at base 99 it falls just short of base 100's.
 

Prince Amrod

Dragon Tamer
Super. It's got better bulk and offenses at the expense of lower speed. However, it's primarily a defensive Pokemon so the speed drop is inconsequential, and even its fastest size (Small) isn't quite fast enough, since at base 99 it falls just short of base 100's.

I had a feeling that'd be the case. I pulled a small one. The search continues then.
 

Ophie

Salingerian Phony
I had a feeling that'd be the case. I pulled a small one. The search continues then.

I ought to point out that even with a base Speed of 99, that means it still outruns Mimikyu, Hydreigon, Urshifu, Haxorus, Tapu Lele, Indeedee, Electivire, Arcanine, Krookodile, Landorus (Therian), and Rotom (Appliance).

Small Size Gourgeist is the second most popular size after Super Size. It all comes down to what you intend to do with Gourgeist, since one is a slow but bulky Grass-type, while the other one is a fast but frailer one. Super Size is good for outright attacking and on Trick Room teams, while Small, if you ask me, works better for support and inflicting negative conditions on opposing Pokémon, like Will-o-wisp.

I used a Small Size Gourgeist in Generation VII as a Leech Seed spreader for double battles, which worked better than I had expected.
 

Rahus

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I should do something with my Super Size Shiny Gourgeist. Thinking about just slapping a Choice Band on it and calling it a day. Idk yet.
 

Prince Amrod

Dragon Tamer
I ought to point out that even with a base Speed of 99, that means it still outruns Mimikyu, Hydreigon, Urshifu, Haxorus, Tapu Lele, Indeedee, Electivire, Arcanine, Krookodile, Landorus (Therian), and Rotom (Appliance).

Small Size Gourgeist is the second most popular size after Super Size. It all comes down to what you intend to do with Gourgeist, since one is a slow but bulky Grass-type, while the other one is a fast but frailer one. Super Size is good for outright attacking and on Trick Room teams, while Small, if you ask me, works better for support and inflicting negative conditions on opposing Pokémon, like Will-o-wisp.

I used a Small Size Gourgeist in Generation VII as a Leech Seed spreader for double battles, which worked better than I had expected.

That may be why they were the two sizes chosen then. So far no luck in finding the large shiny. Hoping I'll get it before the next event of interest happens.
 
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