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  1. Just got a Clear Bell, and tried catching Lugia several times. Basically, it involves using Iron Head on it a few times with Gransaurer, sacrificing my Tentacool, then using Tsubomi to put it to sleep. Both times, the attempt was unsuccessful.

    I really need to stock up on more Poke Balls, as well as Ultra and Great.

  2. Sorry for necroposting, but let's see how the DQIX dragons have improved compared to TW3D.

    ãƒãƒ«ãƒœãƒ­ã‚¹/Balboros/Barbarus

    Rank SS/Size 2/Dragon Family

    Skillset: Vile Void

    Traits:

    メガボディ/Mega Body/Big Hitter (all damage this monster inflicts is increased by 1.2x)
    AI 2回行動/Double Trouble (monster will act twice in succession, even when given a direct order)
    プレッシャー/Pressure/Intimidating (can intimidate and immobilize the enemy party at the beginning of a battle)
    ベタンブレイク/Crafty Donker (reduces enemy resistance to Donk-type skills; has no effect on enemies who are impervious to Donk)
    ã¨ãã©ã冥界ã®éœ§/Occasional Underworld Fog (can occasionally trigger Underworld Fog (causes all healing abilities to hurt instead of heal)) (+25)
    タメトラ攻撃/Tametora attack/Stress-Removing Attack (can remove or steal an opposing monster's tension, not sure) (+50)
    神ã®æ¯å¹/Divine Breath (reduces enemy resistance to breath- and flute-type skills; has no effect on enemies who are impervious to breath and flute)  (+★)
    ベタン系ã®ã‚³ãƒ„/Donkmeister (Donk-type effects increase by 15%; MP consumption of Donk-type effects is reduced by half) (+★, when upgraded to Grand Slammer)
    How to obtain: Hatch from rainbow egg, foreign monster master in the Tower of Mistletoe
    HP: 1740 (higher compared to TW3D's 1720HP)
    MP: 432 (higher compared to TW3D's 300MP)
    ATK: 714 (lower compared to TW3D's 740ATK)
    DEF: 672 (lower compared to TW3D's 710DEF)
    AGI: 555 (lower compared to TW3D's 600AGI)
    WIS: 773 (lower compared to TW3D's 805WIS)
     
    グレイナル/Greygnarl
    Rank SS/Size 2/Dragon Family

    Skillset: Hero of the Heavens

    Traits:

    メガボディ/Mega Body/Big Hitter (all damage this monster inflicts is increased by 1.2x)
    AI 2回行動/Double Trouble (monster will act twice in succession, even when given a direct order)
    ã¦ã‚“ã—ã®ãã¾ãã‚Œ/Comeback Kid (can occasionally revive itself after it is defeated)
    ã¨ãã©ããƒã‚¤ã‚­ãƒ«ãƒˆ/Occasional Oomph (can occasionally cast Oomph at the start of a round) (+25)
    マホトラ攻撃/Drain Magic Attack (drains a little bit of an opposing monster's MP when using a direct attack) (+50)
    神ã®æ¯å¹/Divine Breath (reduces enemy resistance to breath- and flute-type skills; has no effect on enemies who are impervious to breath and flute) (+★)
    ブレスã®ã‚³ãƒ„/Breathmeister (breath-type effects increase by 15%; MP consumption of breath attacks is reduced by half) (at least I think so) (+★, when upgraded to Grand Slammer)

    How to obtain: Foreign monster master at the Tower of Mistletoe

    HP: 1776 (higher compared to TW3D's 1740HP)

    MP: 420 (higher compared to TW3D's 340MP)

    ATK: 681 (lower compared to TW3D's 700ATK)

    DEF: 614 (lower compared to TW3D's 670DEF)

    AGI: 639 (lower compared to TW3D's 650AGI)

    WIS: 689 (lower compared to TW3D's 705WIS)

    Feel free to comment.

  3. So far, I'm more busy with hunting down the Mirage Spot legendaries and making sure I have enough Poke Balls for the encounters, even if most of the time, they'll refuse to be caught in Ultra Balls despite being weakened enough.

    EDIT: Just caught Azelf. Now for Uxie and Dialga.

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    So I just finished Alpha Sapphire's main game. I finished with Mer-Man, Gransaurer, Sora-Kage, Tsubomi, Erika, and most of all, my HM slave Leon.

    B68UbNNCMAAWr-4.png

    Mer-Man the Swampert: Named after one of Skeletor's minions from the various Masters of the Universe series. I wanted to go with a different starter, so I went with Mudkip. Ultimately, it all worked out for me, as he is the highest-leveled of the team, and was my main surfer and diver (until the latter move was deleted and replaced with Hammer Arm). Also my main Mega, and he had higher attack then special attack.

    Gransaurer the Aggron: A big help since I first caught him in the second half, helped by gaining Heavy Slam during training in various Trainer and Secret Base battles.

    Sora-Kage the Flygon: Second Flygon since Mervin, only this time, he was more physically oriented. Main flyer.

    Tsubomi the Bellossom: Named after the main character of Heartcatch Precure. Started out as a Gloom, and thanks to using the Sun Stone prior to the final gym (I think), she became what she was today. Sleep Powder was useful against Drake's Kingdra, and she managed to 3HKO the Kingdra after recovery (to be fair, though, 3HKO is the only possible outcome in lv. 50-something Bellossom vs. Kingdra).

    Erika the Azumarill: Another Heartcatch Precure reference. Dunno why I wanted her on my team, but I did. Quickly became my dragonslayer and dark-killer through extensive training, with Play Rough, and became my main Waterfall user.

    Leon the Kecleon: Never thought he'd stick with me, as his only purpose was as an HM slave. He did get a crowning moment of awesome, though, as he helped defeat one of Glacia's Glalies that was weakened at first by Sora-Kage's Flamethrower, but was full-restored.

     

    Certainly is a lot easier than the final battle with Steven in the original games, though probably only because I wasn't using crap 'mons that plagued my team in my original playthroughs of the GBA titles when I was a kid.

     

    Now, for the Delta Episode!

     

    Here's something I've been meaning to ask, where did you get that image from?

     

    Basically, I used PrintScreen to capture the hall of fame from my Global Link timeline.

     

     

    Ah, cool. Do you have to have an account for the Global Link?

     

    Yeah. It's traineema, made by my mum for me since I couldn't get onto the Global Link with my normal email.

  5.  

    So I just finished Alpha Sapphire's main game. I finished with Mer-Man, Gransaurer, Sora-Kage, Tsubomi, Erika, and most of all, my HM slave Leon.

    B68UbNNCMAAWr-4.png

    Mer-Man the Swampert: Named after one of Skeletor's minions from the various Masters of the Universe series. I wanted to go with a different starter, so I went with Mudkip. Ultimately, it all worked out for me, as he is the highest-leveled of the team, and was my main surfer and diver (until the latter move was deleted and replaced with Hammer Arm). Also my main Mega, and he had higher attack then special attack.

    Gransaurer the Aggron: A big help since I first caught him in the second half, helped by gaining Heavy Slam during training in various Trainer and Secret Base battles.

    Sora-Kage the Flygon: Second Flygon since Mervin, only this time, he was more physically oriented. Main flyer.

    Tsubomi the Bellossom: Named after the main character of Heartcatch Precure. Started out as a Gloom, and thanks to using the Sun Stone prior to the final gym (I think), she became what she was today. Sleep Powder was useful against Drake's Kingdra, and she managed to 3HKO the Kingdra after recovery (to be fair, though, 3HKO is the only possible outcome in lv. 50-something Bellossom vs. Kingdra).

    Erika the Azumarill: Another Heartcatch Precure reference. Dunno why I wanted her on my team, but I did. Quickly became my dragonslayer and dark-killer through extensive training, with Play Rough, and became my main Waterfall user.

    Leon the Kecleon: Never thought he'd stick with me, as his only purpose was as an HM slave. He did get a crowning moment of awesome, though, as he helped defeat one of Glacia's Glalies that was weakened at first by Sora-Kage's Flamethrower, but was full-restored.

     

    Certainly is a lot easier than the final battle with Steven in the original games, though probably only because I wasn't using crap 'mons that plagued my team in my original playthroughs of the GBA titles when I was a kid.

     

    Now, for the Delta Episode!

     

    Here's something I've been meaning to ask, where did you get that image from?

     

    Basically, I used PrintScreen to capture the hall of fame from my Global Link timeline.

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  6. Decided to take up Contests with Gransaurer, and won the first three ranks. Now, I'm at the Master Rank, and I've been trying to find a Sandstorm combo. Maybe I should drop it for a more Toughness-appropriate combo, shouldn't I?

  7. Sorry for double-post, but I just finished the Delta Episode. And now, here's my headcanon. It's crap and rather poor fanfiction, I know, but enjoy. Spoilered to keep the post short and simple.

    Mer-Man the Mudkip is obtained. Very quickly, he considers Ba'koul the sea demon his god. His obsessions with the god even go so far as to put his loyal and supportive friends (Taillow, Poochyena, and Wingull) in danger.
    Mer-Man evolves into a Marshtomp. In the meantime, his friends, despite all the hardships they've had to endure from him, continue to support him, all the way up to Norman, when only Mightyena and Plusle remain out of all of his former friends.
    The trainer catches Sora-Kage and Gransaurer. One by one, his former friends and allies have finally caught on to his sacrificial demon-worshiping behaviour and leave him for a life of solitude on the PC. Both Sora-Kage and Gransaurer co-form the Gran Squadron, but Mer-Man remains separate from them.
    Tsubomi, a quiet and withdrawn Gloom (as in her source character), joins the Gran Squadron. Mer-Man sacrifices both the Oddish and Gloom to Ba'koul. Tsubomi winds up hating Mer-Man because of this.
    Mer-Man finally evolves into a Swampert a few battles after leaving Fortree City for a way to conquer the invisible obstacle. He proceeds to put the Swampertite to good use as he and the Gran Squadron beat Winona's party. Tsubomi avoids joining in due to all of the following: her weakness to Flying-types, her shyness, and hatred of Mer-Man.
    The Gran Squadron (plus Mer-Man) continues wrecking Team Aqua's ambitions. Skeletor joins the Squadron as a token evil teammate, and also recognizes Mer-Man as a former minion of his.
    The Gran Squadron defeats Liza and Tate, though not without suffering numerous losses and revives. Sora-Kage evolves into a Flygon immediately after. Later on, Mer-Man defects to Aqua and is about to summon Kyogre, thinking it to be Ba'koul, but at the last minute, he refuses. Team Aqua finishes its revival, forcing Mer-Man and the Gran Squadron to work together to stand up to the demon god of the sea.
    Mer-Man weakens Ba'koul, and the trainer catches the latter, though his boxing is treated as slaying the demon god. Gransaurer welcomes Mer-Man to the Gran Squadron, but the latter feels he must atone for his killings and sacrifices. Tsubomi still hates Mer-Man, but now tolerates his presence, especially since they both want to change in some way, shape or form. Skeletor leaves the team, feeling his former minion has grown.
    The Gran Squadron wastes various Poke Balls on various Marills and Azumarills. Gransaurer picks one of them, and leaves the others with the soul of Ba'koul.
    After a long and grueling trek, all to train Erika and get her on the same level as the rest of the squadron, the trainer finally meets Wally. (Erika beats up on Altaria with Play Rough, Gransaurer uses Iron Tail on Delcatty, Sora-Kage scorches Roselia, Mer-Man uses Earthquake and Surf on Magneton, and Tsubomi puts Gallade to sleep and uses Giga Drain, Petal Blizzard, and another Giga Drain on him.)  However, rather than tackle the Elite Four immediately, they decide to train up some more.
    Mer-Man and the Gran Squadron tackle the Elite Four and conquer them, for the most part. (Sora-Kage keeps getting beaten by Glalie and Froslass and having to be revived, though, due to his dual-typing, thus forcing Gransaurer and Leon, respectively, to take over.)
    Gransaurer faces off against Rayquaza and knock it out first time around. On the second try, a Poke Ball is thrown at Rayquaza after Gransaurer appropriately weakens it. The Gran Squadron faces off against Zinnia's team, and though difficult (Gransaurer and Erika fall to Zinnia's Tyrantrum due to some fatal mistakes), they ultimately triumph. Rayquaza (named "Zenith") and the Squadron (who just turned into spirits) destroy the meteorite, but it turns out to contain Deoxys instead. The Master Ball is thrown at Deoxys, thus averting retgone for the Gran Squadron and certain death for Hoenn.

  8. So I just finished Alpha Sapphire's main game. I finished with Mer-Man, Gransaurer, Sora-Kage, Tsubomi, Erika, and most of all, my HM slave Leon.

    B68UbNNCMAAWr-4.png

    Mer-Man the Swampert: Named after one of Skeletor's minions from the various Masters of the Universe series. I wanted to go with a different starter, so I went with Mudkip. Ultimately, it all worked out for me, as he is the highest-leveled of the team, and was my main surfer and diver (until the latter move was deleted and replaced with Hammer Arm). Also my main Mega, and he had higher attack then special attack.

    Gransaurer the Aggron: A big help since I first caught him in the second half, helped by gaining Heavy Slam during training in various Trainer and Secret Base battles.

    Sora-Kage the Flygon: Second Flygon since Mervin, only this time, he was more physically oriented. Main flyer.

    Tsubomi the Bellossom: Named after the main character of Heartcatch Precure. Started out as a Gloom, and thanks to using the Sun Stone prior to the final gym (I think), she became what she was today. Sleep Powder was useful against Drake's Kingdra, and she managed to 3HKO the Kingdra after recovery (to be fair, though, 3HKO is the only possible outcome in lv. 50-something Bellossom vs. Kingdra).

    Erika the Azumarill: Another Heartcatch Precure reference. Dunno why I wanted her on my team, but I did. Quickly became my dragonslayer and dark-killer through extensive training, with Play Rough, and became my main Waterfall user.

    Leon the Kecleon: Never thought he'd stick with me, as his only purpose was as an HM slave. He did get a crowning moment of awesome, though, as he helped defeat one of Glacia's Glalies that was weakened at first by Sora-Kage's Flamethrower, but was full-restored.

     

    Certainly is a lot easier than the final battle with Steven in the original games, though probably only because I wasn't using crap 'mons that plagued my team in my original playthroughs of the GBA titles when I was a kid.

     

    Now, for the Delta Episode!

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