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im looking for EV trained metagross and salamence. I dont car about the moves, or if they are hacked.(but if they are hacked shiny would be nice) im offering all hacked but legit pokemon which are: Lucario adament lvl60 electivire adament lvl60 weavile adament lvl68 Scizor adament with technician lvl 67 Hitmonlee adamant lvl 61 Zapdos modest lvl66 thanks in advance
So here we have two Pokemon that are inevitably compared with each other... [sprite]149[/sprite] [shinysprite]149[/shinysprite] DRAGONITE Type: Dragon/Flying HP: 91 Atk: 134 Def: 95 SpA: 100 SpDef: 100 Spe: 80 BST: 600 Based on the friendly Chinese dragon Advantages: - Looks much cuter - It possess a whole bunch of support moves - It has a much larger offensive movepool - Inner Focus can help against Fake Out users - Is a bit more bulkier than Salamence in general - Can play many roles, such as sweeper, cleric, supporter, wall, etc... - It is friendly to its trainer and saves drowning people - One of the original 150s Disadvantages: - 4x weakness to Ice - Stat distribution suggests offensive beast, but is largely outclassed by Salamence in that manner - Dragon Dance + Outrage combo now stolen by Salamence - Is often looked over for its lack of speed - Evolved from a beautiful elegant blue serpentine dragon into an orange barney-esque Pokemon (LOL) - Ability doesn't help as much as Salamence's - Evolves later than Salamence and is banned in official tournaments - Shiny form looks bizarre (subjective really) [sprite]373[/sprite] [shinysprite]373[/shinysprite] SALAMENCE Type: Dragon/Flying HP: 95 Atk: 135 Def: 80 SpA: 110 SpDef: 80 Spe: 100 BST: 600 Based on the fierce European dragon Advantages: - Looks much tougher - Is a better sweeper overall with more speed and more attack on both sides - Intimidate helps with its physical defense somewhat - Dragon Dancer is very fierce, and outclasses Dragonite's Dragon Dancing sweeperish sets - Specsmence possesses OU's most powerful Draco Meteoring Pokemon - Salamence is able to learn Wish to support its teammates (via event though) - Shiny form actually looks decent for the most part - Learns Fly naturally (for in-game purposes) - Evolves earlier than Dragonite Disadvantages: - 4x weakness to Ice - It's pre-evo had better defense - Has a much smaller movepool than Dragonite - Its role is usually locked into sweeping and stat distribution gives little room for other roles - Can be quite predictable - Can be nasty to its trainer and other Pokes Vote which one you like and give a reason why. I pick Dragonite out of personal preferences. Why? Because it is much friendlier, had a Dragonair in my old RBY versions (never got it to Dragonite stage unfortunately) and its support moves helped me a lot in battling. Salamence is cool, but I prefer old Dragonite.
Hey all, I don't know if many people here have any experience with pkm files taken from a 3rd gen game, but for anyone who does, I have a problem that I could use some help with. I created a DDMence in Enciclopedia Pokemon (kind of like PokeSav for 3rd gen), it probably wouldn't pass a 4th gen legal test because it has all 31s and a naive nature but other than that, it's mostly legal. The thing is, since it has an egg move (Dragon Dance), I put it in a normal Poke ball and tried to make it look hatched on Hoenn Route 117. The problem is, there is no option in Enciclopedia Pokemon to make the Pokemon appear hatched - just one for making it an egg. So I opened the pkm file in a hex editor to see if I could manually adjust whichever bytes control the "egg hatched" data, but I have no idea which offset it is. Bulbapedia has a basic guide to the data structure of the pkm file, but I can't determine exactly where the "egg" data is. Could anyone help me out here? EDIT: Never mind, I figured out that setting "Level met" to 0 in EP makes it show the egg hatched note. Could a mod close this thread please?