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 Hatching and Catching, Wanna catch 'em all? Find out how!
 Posted on: Mar 6 2017, 04:49 PM
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HATCHING A POKEMON One of the first things you're probably going to want to do when you get accepted is expand your team a bit. Located in Ardale, the farmlands provide a selection of eggs available for purchase.

The farmlands, tended to by breeders, offer a variety of species at assorted prices, and typically accept requests for specific Pokemon listed in their ranch. These terms are subject to change on a per-breeder basis, however, so be sure to read over their opening post for potential stipulations and additional fees. Please note that a breeder is not allowed to sell their pokemon for lower than the following price floors:

Common: 150g
Uncommon: 300g
Starters: 500g
Rare: 750g

A breeder is the only character type permitted to sell pokemon that originate from an egg. If you catch a pokemon in a thread, you are free to sell it off or trade it with another person.

The Pokemon Improvement Facility features the Breeding Center. Via the Breeding Center, members may, once a week, request a clutch of 3 eggs that may reflect the species of either parent, Ditto excluded.

As with all threads, read the opening post. Of chief importance to hatching, note that eggs purchased from ranches or spawned from the Breeding Center require two days before they may be hatched or otherwise encountered.

CATCHING A POKEMONIn moderated wild threads, you have the opportunity to catch a Pokemon that you encounter. It's fairly easy to catch a Pokemon, however, as you have an infinite amount of normal average pokéballs and a fainted Pokemon is a guaranteed 100% catch rate. Be careful though, while you have unlimited normal pokeballs total you only have five per thread!

The only time a pokéball has a chance of failure is when a Pokemon is not fainted. If you were to say, use a Quick Ball on the first turn of the battle, you would need to use a Pokeball catch rate calculator to figure out your odds of catching the Pokemon. Once you've figured out the odds, you must roll for your chance to catch a Pokemon. For example, a level 10 Houndour that had a Quick Ball thrown at it on the first turn would have an 83% catch rate. You would need to roll using the [*roll]1d100[/*roll] command without the asterisks, and you would need the number to land between 1 and 83 in order to catch. Throwing a pokeball takes up a move slot, so it's possible to perform an attack in the same turn as using a pokeball. Each pokeball has the same effects as in the games, so a net ball would work better on a bug Pokemon, and a dusk pokeball would work better in caves, or in the dark. However, Park Balls will work like a normal pokeball and are more for aesthetic than to be used.

If you would like your Pokemon to be moved to a different pokeball for aesthetic purposes you are free to do so once you have obtained the pokeball and the one left behind will become useless. You will not gain the effects of the pokeball you moved the Pokemon into, however, as you did not catch it with that pokeball.

If you don't quite feel like battling the Pokemon you have encountered, you're free to try and befriend it. Befriending can be a long and annoying process depending on the circumstances and your luck, but the Pokemon will not be harmed and it will join your team without the need to beat it half to death and wait for it to heal to use it. You do not gain levels by befriending a Pokemon.

Please keep in mind, that you might not be able to catch or befriend a pokemon that is at a significantly higher level than you. If the pokemon is too powerful, then it will simply dodge the pokeballs, refuse to befriend you, or run away if it happens to be defeated somehow.

GIFTING A POKEMON All "gifts" whether it's giving a pokemon for free or purchasing a pokemon FOR another user must be done in-character with a thread between the characters and can only be done once a month. You will need to post in the transaction report thread of your gift. If you want to send more than one pokemon a month, then you must wait for The Month of the Togekiss in December.

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 Posted on: Jan 30 2018, 09:38 PM
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Some Pokemon are rare. This means that you have to look a little longer and a little harder for them than regular Common or Uncommon Pokemon. Common pokemon are pokemon that are listed as frequent in the areas across the site while Uncommons are pokemon that show up every once in a great while just about anywhere and in swarms. When you pick your starting pokemon, it can only be either a Common, Uncommon, or a Starter.

There are three kinds of Rare Pokémon on-site, and I'll explain them here.

Rares can mean rare Pokemon in general, or the regular type of rare. You need to wade through four encounters in a mod thread before you get the chance to happen upon a rare, and then a mod will roll the dice through the list and spawn it for you. Regular rares are always rare, and cannot be obtained in special areas or by doing certain things. You'll have to rely on the RNG for them, one way or another.

Starters are just that -- starters. You've never seen a Charmander in the wild in the games, have you? Well, you probably won't here, either. Starters are snapped up faster than you can say "Slowpoke" in Numora. Characters with the Researcher Class, however, might have a bit more luck when it comes to finding them...

Fossil Pokemon are fossils. You can bring them to the Pokémon Lab in Widewater to have them restored, but they probably won't remember their past lives. Fossil Pokemon are always restored at level 15, but you can only choose to dig for fossils in the Screeching Caves (Depths) instead of doing a fifth encounter. If you do so, however, it can't be guaranteed that you'll get the Fossil you want, so be warned.

Banned Pokemon are Pokemon that can't be owned. This includes all legendary Pokemon, and Spiritomb, although Spiritomb can be encountered and battled in Old Ardale. Legends and mythical Pokemon are all considered myth here. There is a wide spread of beliefs across the region ranging from them to being fake to being deities, but they can never truly be encountered or found. Type:Null and Silvally will forever be banned as their backstories do not support there being a large number of them that just anyone can catch.

RARES
Eevee / Vaporeon / Jolteon / Flareon / Espeon / Umbreon / Leafeon / Glaceon / Sylveon
Riolu / Lucario
Zorua / Zoroark
Absol
Mimikyu
Dratini / Dragonair / Dragonite
Larvitar / Pupitar / Tyranitar
Bagon / Shelgon / Salamence
Beldum / Metang / Metagross
Gible / Gabite / Garchomp
Deino / Zweilous / Hydreigon
Goomy / Sliggoo / Goodra
Jangmo-o / Hakamo-o / Kommo-o

STARTERS
Bulbasaur
Charmander
Squirtle
Chikorita
Cyndaquil
Totodile
Treecko
Torchic
Mudkip
Turtwig
Chimchar
Piplup
Snivy
Tepig
Oshawott
Chespin
Fennekin
Froakie
Rowlet
Popplio
Litten.

FOSSILS
Kabuto (Dome Fossil)
Omanyte (Helix Fossil)
Aerodactyl (Old Amber)
Lileep (Root Fossil)
Anorith (Claw Fossil)
Shieldon (Armor Fossil)
Cranidos (Skull Fossil)
Archen (Plume Fossil)
Tirtouga (Cover Fossil)
Tyrunt (Jaw Fossil)
Amaura (Sail Fossil)

BANNED
Articuno
Zapdos
Moltres
Mewtwo
Mew
Raikou
Entei
Suicune
Lugia
Ho-Oh
Celebi
Regirock
Regice
Registeel
Latias
Latios
Kyogre
Groudon
Rayquaza
Jirachi
Deoxys
Spiritomb
Regigigas
Uxie
Mesprit
Azelf
Dialga
Palkia
Giratina
Arceus
Cresselia
Darkrai
Manaphy
Phione
Heatran
Shaymin
Victini
Cobalion
Terrakion
Virizion
Keldeo
Meloetta
Genesect
Tornadus
Thundurus
Landorus
Reshiram
Zekrom
Kyurem
Xerneas
Yveltal
Zygarde
Diancie
Hoopa
Volcanion
AZ'S Floette
Ash-Greninja
Ash's Pikachu
Type:Null
Silvally
Cosmog
Cosmoem
Necrozma
Solgaleo
Lunala
Buzzwole
Guzzlord
Pheremosa
Celesteela
Xirkitree
Kartana
Nihilego
Tapu Koko
Tapu Fini
Tapu Bulu
Tapu Lele
Stakataka
Marshadow
Blacephalon
Poipole
Naganadel

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