link470 wrote: ↑
May 3rd, 2017, 9:15 am
Monkey wrote: ↑
March 16th, 2017, 7:28 pm
Just gotta chuck the master ball at Rayquaza now.
When I played Sapphire last year, I ended up using the Masterball on Latias just because once I found him (one of those moving Pokemon), I didn't want him to just vanish again. I got Rayquaza with, I believe, a Timer Ball after extending the battle as long as I could to the point where the Rayquaza was using Struggle and I had to catch it quick before it knocked itself out.
I used to be the type to save masterballs and just trade them up to the next game where they'd just sit in my bag unused. It felt kind of good just throwing it. I also caught a shiny Ariados in sky tower, which was nice.
I started Moon after I beat Ruby. I got sick of the brutal tutorial that I may or may not be finished with and haven't gotten myself back into it.
[rant]Kids aren't any dumber than we were in 1998, why do they feel like players need to be guided every step of the way for almost two hours? Part of the appeal of Pokemon is that Pokemon empower kids and they're free to explore the world because they can fend for themselves. Now there's a long-ass tutorial where you're being bossed around by adults.[/rant]