Diamond – 190:45 – WiFi Battle #1

So I recently posted on the PokeCommunity forums that I was up for a battle with someone. Well, I got what I was looking for, and I battled polkop from the forum. WOO!

Here’s the video.

Diamond – 183:28 – Kyogre

Kyogre

Kyogre

As you all know, I’m training a Feraligatr. But I spotted my Kyogre in the Water PC box and noticed it was at level 98. Just two levels until 100? I couldn’t pass that up. I put my Feraligatr training on the shelf and decided to finish off Kyogre. Well, it’s all done, and here are it’s stats and move-set.

HP – 360

Attack – 260

Defense – 236

Special Attack – 334

Special Defense – 281

Speed – 247

Hydro Pump

Water Spot

Sheer Cold

Double-Edge

Kyogre is my first level 100 Pokemon in about a month, and my tenth overall.

Diamond – 181:37 – Feraligatr

Instead of me thinking an evolution was going to take place then having to wait, this time I was surprised by an evolution six levels earlier than I thought!

Feraligatr

Feraligatr

When my Croconaw hit level 30, I was pleasantly greeted with an evolution. Now I’m just 70 levels away from another level 100 Pokemon. And now for the stats.

HP – 95

Attack – 73

Defense – 69

Special Attack – 53

Special Defense – 60

Speed – 63

So the Speed boost is starting to show. I can’t wait to see what this guy will look like at the end of my training process.

Diamond – 180:20 – Totodile…?

What once was a youthful Totodile, is now…

Croconaw

Croconaw

Boo-yah! I’ve trained my Totodile into a Croconaw. I had forgotten that T-dile doesn’t evolve into C-naw until level 18, so when T-dile got to 16 I was foolishly excited for an evolution that wasn’t gonna happen. I’ll update you on the stats of my new Croconaw.

HP – 53

Attack – 36

Defense – 35

Special Attack – 27

Special Defense – 31

Speed – 30

As you can see, the Jolly nature also decreases your Special Attack. The one thing I love about natures is that every one of them has their pro’s and con’s. The pro for the Jolly nature is boosted Speed, and the con is prolonged Special Attack.

Oh well. I can cope.

Diamond – 178:52 – Totodile

Totodile

Totodile

So I recently hatched a Totodile with a Jolly nature in my beloved Diamond game. I figure I need another Water-type Pokemon to compliment my Blastoise and Kyogre (that was a joke). So far, he’s level 10 with these stats:

HP – 31

Attack – 19

Defense – 19

Special Attack – 14

Special Defense – 16

Speed – 15

The Jolly nature is supposed to boost Speed, but I haven’t noticed that much of a difference. Maybe it’ll get better later on. I’m not EV training, so this guy won’t be as good as he can be. However, I can always train up another one.