So about how I mentioned that the last Item of the Week ever is coming up. Walp, here it is. The final IOTW. I'm going to shoot through a number of Items in this Itemstravaganza. 3, 2, 1: Let's get item-ey. (There unfortunately is no better way to turn the word "item" into an adjective, at least to my knowledge.)
Since most of you seemed to enjoy my narrative syle article from last week, I'm doing it again. This time we'll look at the Expert Belt.
Life as a master theif was never easy for a Meowth like you, but it's getting even harder. Times are changing. Cameras. Motion sensors. Digital Locks. Every second that passes brings your profession closer to extinction. So it's time to gather up the team for one last heist.
Hey everybody. It's Travis. I've been a long time fan of It's Super Effective and Critical Hit, and I noticed that something was missing in the arsenal of returning articles on the website. That something was a discussion of Pokémon items. We have move and ability of the week already, so it just made sense to add in items. I will mostly focus on hold items and their relation to competitive battling, but I might talk about non-battle items at some point down the road.
This week we will be looking at Choice Band. Choice Band has the awesome ability to boost the user's attack by 50%. That way, you don't have to waste a few turns building up a swords dance or dragon dance to get your attack up. So why doesn't every physical sweeper and its grandmother have choice band?