HeartGold – 7:17 – Feraligatr

I’m working my way up the Lighthouse in Olivine City and my Croconaw evolved into a Feraligatr!

Feraligatr

Level 30

HP – 100

Attack – 64

Defense – 74

Special Attack – 57

Special Defense – 60

Speed – 64

Ice Fang

Crunch

Surf

Water Gun

I’m pretty proud of my Feraligatr so far.

HeartGold – 6:41 – Update

I’ve played my brains out and I’m still going strong but I’ve decided to give you an update on all my Pokemon. Well… not all of them… just the three that matter.

Quilava

Level 26

HP – 72

Attack – 42

Defense – 38

Special Attack – 50

Special Defense – 40

Speed – 59

Croconaw

Level 27

HP – 80

Attack – 45

Defense – 56

Special Attack – 41

Special Defense – 43

Speed – 47

Bayleef

Level 27

HP – 72

Attack – 44

Defense – 61

Special Attack – 40

Special Defense – 47

Speed – 39

So far I’ve noticed that all of the stats seem to be slowly rising. Like, really slowly. In Diamond I’d have at least 80 of some stat by level 27 on any given Pokemon.

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.