I'm rather out there.
That was pretty genius.
Today marked the rise and fall of Roserade on my team. I need to do a lot of thinking about what I want my roster to look like….As much as I enjoy the idea of stalling out a poisoned opponent while maxing out my evasiveness, my Muk uses the same concept and it can actually take a punch well enough to set the strategy in motion.
This isn’t entirely true…Roserade has surprising bulk if EVd correctly. And if you are trying to stall with poison and double team, you clearly aren’t playing competitively anyway so bulky Roserade will be a fun little fairy to annoy your opponents. Also, neither Muk nor Roserade can take a physical attack very well so have something on your team to handle that.
Mainly a setting test and all that for my podcast I want to start next week. Let me know how it sounds.
OMG TESTING AUDIO SETTINGS FOR MY POKEMON PODCAST CRAP.
I’m the kind of hardass that stays up testing Pokemon teams while eating jellybeans and drinking coke zero.
D&D podcast in the background.
Damn it feels good to be a gangster.
I was 598 out of 14531 in this Pokemon International Tournament March 2013.
For being ass at double battles, I feel really good about that placement.
The top 10 Pokemon used were:
I’m going to fiddle around with audio software. I’m going to do a podcast chronicling my preparations for the next WiFi tournament as well as how I feel about my personal standings, my team, these top 10, and a few other things.