I am considering using the Eevee password in Pokémon Conquest to get more of them for my hero. As this password unleashes a swarm of Eevee, is it possible to link with more than one Pokémon per battle?
No, you cannot link with multiple Pokémon in one battle. And what password do you have for more eevee??
I've played a lot of Mario Party 8, and I can't seem to ever remember having experienced the battle mini game being for more than 20 coins per player (and usually it's 10 per player). Does anyone know what the chances are for a 50-coin-per-player battle (and maybe the others as well)?
I've got a male Eevee, and a Ditto. I'd like to have a female Eevee so I can have a female Sylveon. So if I breed a male with a Ditto will it always come back as a male, or will the gender be random? Update (10/20): Well finally after breeding my Eevee with a Ditto I finally managed to get one.
My Pokémon White cartridge has Hydreigon as Caught, which means that at one point I had one. It's not there any more, and I kind of need it. I can't find it in any of my PC boxes, or in my current party. It's not at the daycare. I didn't trade it. I only have one other cart and it only has Hydreigon as Seen, not Caught, so it can't be there. I didn't release it. I never release Pokémon.... It's not tucked in to the Dream World. It's not in the Battle Box. Where the hell could it be?
I've been enjoying the new Pokémon Trozei game ("Link Battle" outside the US - one of the few occasions where I feel the US name is better!) But one thing that's been frustrating me is the unlocks of certain Pokémon. In many cases, it is enough to just flawlessly capture the Pokémon before it with a supereffective Scatter attack and that will usually meet some condition, but then there are others, like Dedenne: Have Pikachu as a partner Pokémon I would never have guessed that! Is there any in-game way of finding out unlock requirement, or does it just rely on lucky guesses or looking
Every main Pokémon game has you battle your rival or friend after you receive your starter Pokémon. Every starter begins at level 5. They each know one Normal-type physical attack (e.g. Tackle, Scratch) and one stat-altering move (e.g. Growl, Leer), aside from Pokémon Yellow where Pikachu gets Growl and Thunderbolt (with STAB; the rival's Eevee also gets STAB on his Tackle.) Throughout the Pokémon series, what's the optimum way to deploy your two moves in the starter battle?
There's a rumour that Eevee can be found in a Hidden Grotto in Pokémon Black/White 2, although extremely rare. Is this true? If so, what exactly are the circumstances under which an Eevee can be found?
I have a mojang account, but when I went to log in it refused my password, so I went to change it. Afterwards, I tried to log in with my new password and the system refused it, even though I am pretty sure the new password was the same as the old one. Two week later, I tried the same thing again (twice), and each time it refused my password. What does this mean?
Turret cannot switch targets per burst, and each burst usually kills a target in less than 4 shots? That's just an example; I know that the Scorpio Turret switches targets as soon as the one... a certain amount of time which never varies. I believe that the default number of shots fired per burst is 3. I would've titled the question something like "does Barrage shoot more bullets overall...In Borderlands, there are four classes. One of those classes is Roland the Soldier. His action skill is to deploy a turret. One of his skills is called Barrage and it "increases the number of shots
I noticed on my Pokémon Platinum cartridge that I have far fewer Water Stones in my inventory than any other type of evolution stone. I have around 30 Fire Stones and 20 Thunderstones, but only 2 Water Stones. Now, I'm a fan of Vaporeon, but I don't remember going on a Water Stone spree. Is there any reason that Water Stones would be less common in the Underground? Does it vary by game or player ID? Does it vary by area? Do some games get no stones of a certain type, the same way some Pokémon are version-exclusive to encourage trading?