I was shown this Inception-style fan-made trailer for the first Pokemon movie today, thought I'd share.
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.
I'm going to try something a little different with this article. It's going to be in more of a narrative form than a purely informational one like usual. I just thought you might like something a bit lighter in your Pokéreading. It still has all of the details and mechanics of the item like you are looking for, but just in the package of a little story. If you do or don't like it, please leave feedback in the comments. I'll do some more like this if you like it, and stop if you hate it. So here it goes, a story about Choice Scarf.
An odd item to focus on in terms of battle uses, I know, but stick with me. We're going to look at the advantages of the Macho Brace, and not even the ones regarding EV training ones.
Macho Brace's most common use is for speeding up EV training, because it doubles the EVs that the holder earns. What I'm going to focus on in this article is what most consider its negative side effect, that it halves the holder's speed.
This item, the Red Card, is new to Gen V. There are few people who have heard of it, and there are even fewer Pokémon sources who have written about its potential in battle. Walp, I'm here to hook you up with the deets (as in details. Look at me, using the lingo.) Pokémon Podcast is about to shoot your face full of facts, and probably facts you haven't heard before.
Sup, Pokégals and Pokébros. Item of the Week up in hizzle. I forgot about writing this until 12:31 AM the morning that I have to write this. Here's to hoping I find my muse in this twilight hour.
For those unfamiliar, the Life Orb boosts the strength of all attacks by 30%, at the cost of 10% of your HP for every attack you make. This is essentially God's (or should it be Arceus'?) gift to mixed sweepers. Where physical and special sweepers have choice band and specs, respectively, the closest thing a mixed sweeper can have is the Life Orb. The choice items boost attack by 50%, but restrict you to one move. The Life Orb doesn't get you stuck on one move, so you can switch from a physical to a
I know what you are thinking. "What the Bulbasaur is an Eviolite?" That's what I thought too. Then I read into it a little. This tricky little item increases the defense and special defence of a Pokémon that is not fully evolved by 50%. In some instances, this doesn't mean much. In others, this can make certain Pokémon not only an even match for their fully evolved forms, but surpass them. Let's take a look at some of those instances.