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  • Hi cal,

    I've just been wondering what is our wiki's take on listing pokémon's powers and abilities based on Abilities and Moves?

    Take Tyrantrum for example. Do we list its powers based on Abilities and Moves? As in ALL learnable moves via tutoring, breeding, TM, HM, etc.? Or do we just list powers based on the natural learnset?

    On that subject, in a vs match with a pokémon, are wild and trained pokémon differentiated by movepool? Is it correct to assume that a stated wild pokémon only has powers from its natural moveset by lvl up, while a trained one can have all moves by TM, HM, breeding etc.?

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    • Any ability. And moves via level up and breeding, but that's it.

      Yes, trained Pokémon w/prep can have different movesets. But that's with a trainer, like Blue or Cynthia

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    • So let me rephrase it: 

      A wild pokémon's Powers and Abilities section should only have moves via lvl up and breeding.

      A trained pokémon (with trainer) has the same plus TM, HM, tutor moves.

      Is that correct?

      Does that mean every pokémon profile needs to have 2 keys for wild and trained one? Like this

      Powers and Abilities: A, B, C | Same, but with additional D, E, F, etc.

      Keys: Wild | Trained

      Is that how it works?

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    • More like trained Pokémon can have those, but they won't always, as it depends on what trainer.

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    • Of course, but I'm talking more about the pokémon themselves, not the trainer. Those trainer-specific powers should go to the trainer's profile, not the pokémon species profile

      We also stopped making trainer profiles a while ago anyway 

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  • You know, after having that many conversations where we kinda are questioning ourselves about how people don't usually care much about Lavos' other options in general, I kinda reached the conclusion that the profile is to blame.

    As much as the skillset is "complete" (hear me out on this one), Misc stuff I got thinking for verses like SMT in the past as well as the way weaker DGM and this recent digi stuff made me think that we might want to put all the missing - minor or not - stuff.

    This wouldn't be as much a revision as it would be just putting literal things that Lavos directly displays in combat to the profile and what it entails.

    I feel like the less used options are the ones with not much clarification so maybe we can work something out. As everything we'll cover here is actually displayed in combat, this will be very very, simple (if only *cough* time-consuming).

    So, since I'm actually free from work today, I'm making this convo in case I forget something. With that and without further ado, will be getting my facts straight and any help or stuff I might forget, do tell me so we can discuss before doing anything.
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    • You think that is outlierish?

      Reread my latest comment there. You'll see what is a TRUE outlier for Flea.

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    • ...dude

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  • To simplify the work of the calc group as a whole, by giving a better overvew and avoiding repetition, I would appreciate if you state in the following thread when you have evaluated new calculations.

    http://vsbattles.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:908054

    In addition, there are quite a lot of submitted calculations that have not been evaluated lately.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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  • Smash quotes about Reshiram and Zekrom say they have the power to destroy the world:

    "By setting its torch-like tail ablaze, this Pokémon can heat the atmosphere and change the weather. In fact, legend has it that Reshiram's flames are capable of incinerating the world itself, so perhaps the world's continued safety is a sign of its goodwill. Reshiram is said to help those who seek to build a world of truth."

    "Zekrom's jet-black body contrasts sharply with the pure white of Reshiram, but the two do have some similarities: both are Legendary Pokémon said to have world- destroying powers. Zekrom's tail acts as a generator that can scorch the world with lightning, but it is said to assist those who wish to build an ideal world."

    What is your opinion?

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  • New discussion thread since I already know you won't respond to the older ones ovo

    I have an offering.

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  • Can you give me some input on this thread?

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  • Simple Natsu as example has high 6-C form, but it's very limited in time. Is it allowed to remove that limit so he can fight a high 6-C or are does simply stomps as he can resist for a minute or two at max.

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  • I will get you to like Digimon. ovo

    If you can manage to prompt me to get BotW this weekend, I can get you to play Digimon World Dawn or Dusk at the least. ovo

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    • Does turning it on via emulator count?

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    • That's not playing it. That's just turning it on. Ovo

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  • Do we use Pokémon Ranger stuff for... well... Pokémon? Because Salamence has an interesting entry about him in the first Ranger game. It says Salamence roars to set off earthquakes. Any opinions?

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