Started by NejinOniwa, March 12, 2013, 06:05:30 pm
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Quote from: PentiumMMX on April 14, 2013, 01:26:36 pm@Leaf: Cool. Might be tempting to do, to maybe make hacked versions of old Pokémon I had on Blue, and trade them to my actual copy of Platinum *w*
Quote from: alfonso_rd_30 on April 16, 2013, 03:06:13 amlovely setup for togetiks
Quote from: SoldierSpence on April 15, 2013, 09:16:42 pmWhen I was little, I actually did not like Pokémon at all. Sure, I did watch my older brother play them, and watching the Anime, but that was about it. It was not until I got to playing Diamond and HeartGold roughly three summers ago. Holy Hoppips, I could not believe I missed out on such an amazing series. Granted, the stories were about as basic as you could get, but the gameplay, music, and strategies is where it really shines. I was hooked on from there on out, even to this day. When Gen 5 was introduced, I loved every second of it. Gen 5's life-span was short, yet fun.Even though I am not a competitive battler, I can give you tips on how to use Togekiss.For the moveset, I would recommend the following moves:1. Aura Sphere- This is not only the best Special Fighting move, but it can take care of any Ice, Rock, Steel, Dark, and Normal types. It never misses, which is a huge plus if your opponent is spamming Double Team. A Move Tutor is required to have this move.2. Air Slash- It not only gets STAB, but it also has a 15% chance of making the opponent flinch. Works great against, Bug, Grass, and Fight Types. Once again, a Move Tutor is required to have this on your list.3. Magical Leaf- This is where things get interesting. Have Togetic (Togekiss's pre-evolution) learn Magical Leaf via Move Tutor, to help battle against Ground, Rock, and Water Types.4. Extrasensory or Safeguard- Safeguard to protect the team from status effects. As for Extrasensory, not only does it have a base power of 80, but it also has 30 Power Points to boot. Plus, it has a 15% percent change of flinching the opponent as well. Works great against Fight and Poison types. It can either be obtained through the in-game Togepi Egg Event in HeartGold and SoulSilver, or have a Togekiss mate with a Noctowl to have this move on the list.The key words to this moveset are Type Coverage.This moveset covers 10 (or 11) of the 17 (soon to be 19) types. With Togekiss having a high Special Attack stat, I would recommend rasing it with the EVs in Special Attack, Defence, and Speed. Togekiss's abilities are Hustle and Serene Grace. Hustle increases the user's physical Attack by 80%, but at the cost of accuracy decrasing by 20%. The other, Serene Grace, doubles the effects of certain moves. Since Extrasensory and Air Slash have a 15% of making the opponent flinch, that will be doubled to 30%. This can also serve as an annoyence to the enemy team.The items of choice would Leftovers, or a Life Orb. Leftovers to have the Pokémon get a small bit of health back after each turn. The Life Orb to have the power of attacks increase by 30%, at the cost of a small bit of health.How did I know all of this? For one, this took some planning out for when I have a Tokekiss on my evental 3rd or 4th playthrough of HeartGold. Secondly, you can thank The National Dex channel on Youtube and Bulbapedia for the information.Also, the 19 types I mentioned? Simonorgred had informed me that Gen 6 is going to have two new types: Light and Sound. I Light can see working against Dark types, but what about Sound? What are your thoughts on this, guys?