Blastoise, Venusaur, Charizard, Moltres, Mewtwo, Mew, Audino, Gardevoir, Gengar, Swampert (More will be coming soon)
On Pokemon Showdown, I will sometimes be on named NebbyY, Casper Ze Ghost, or Delta NebbyY.
I might be taking a break from Pokebase, I'm getting stressed out...
Though you will find me most active on PokeBase and Discord, I'm usually on until I have to go somewhere.
Joined: April 14
My First 80 Points And Getting Rid Of That Banner When You Are First Introduced To Pokebase: 5/4/2018
First 100 Points: 5/6/2018
First 200 Points: 5/14/2018
First 300 Points: 6/1/2018
First 400 Points: 6/19/2018
First 500 Points: 6/25/2018
Nuzlockes I have attempted:
Pokemon Ultra Moon (FAIL): So, I was doing the Lurantis trial when the Sudowoodo attacked me. It DESTROYED almost my whole team with Rock Slide and Wood Hammer. Luckily, my Marshtomp thanks to X Defense lived a Wood Hammer, and Sudowoodo fainted to recoil. Then Lurantis finished off Marshtomp with a Power Herb Solar Blade :(
Pokemon Omega Ruby (Ongoing, but I've taken a long break from my nuzlockes): I am pretty sure I am going to fail this one. I have had 10 deaths and I have made it to Victory Road. I already lost my Roserade and Lanturn to Rhyperior, so I had to train two more party members. My team right now is Aggron holding Aggronite (Victory Road encounter), Latios holding Latiosite (Southern Island encounter), Audino (Mirage Forest encounter), Dusclops holding Eviolite, Swellow, and one Pokemon I can't remember.
Update: I beat the Omega Ruby nuzlocke! With only 11 deaths!
Yay :3. Now, time for the tense Post-Game Nuzlocke, in the Delta Episode! I'm ready for you, Deoxys. Mega Aggron is a beast.
Update 2: I beat all the main threats in the Delta Episode. Zinnia, Rayquaza, and Deoxys. And only 1 death! My two final challenges are Elite Four rematches, and finally Wally. I've also allowed myself to get items from the Battle Resort to make it easier, but the Flame Orb didn't work out on Swellow. He got rekt by a Ferrothorn :(. See you in the next update!
Update 3 1/2: There has been a big delay on this nuzlocke, haven't had time to do it recently. This may or may not be canceled.
Future Nuzlockes I may do:
Pokemon Ultra Sun Scanlocke (A scanlocke is where you only use Island Scan pokemon)
Pokemon Crystal VC Hardcore Shinylocke (No healing during battles!)
Some of my Favorite Games: All Paper Mario Games, All Main Pokemon Games, Super Mario 3D World (This will be updated soon)
Fun Fact Frenzy: Tres is the spanish word for three, that is how I got my profile name, in fact.
Favorite Pokemon By Type:
Fire: Moltres (Of course)
Water: Mega Blastoise/Primarina
Ice: Mamoswine/Abomasnow/Alolan Sandslash
Poison: Mega Beedrill
Here's my VGC Amoonguss strategy:
Amoonguss @ Iapapa Berry
Bold/Relaxed Nature (Relaxed Nature if you are running Stomping Tantrum)
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD
- Clear Smog / Spore
- Giga Drain
- Sludge Bomb
- Foul Play / Stomping Tantrum
This Amoonguss takes a +4 Rock Slide from Adamant Terrakion, and can fire off Clear Smog, which stops sweepers like Terrakion, and CurseLax/Belly Drum Snorlax.
+4 252+ Atk Terrakion Rock Slide vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Amoonguss: 142-168 (64.2 - 76%) -- guaranteed 2HKO
If by any chance an Adamant Terrakion gets a max roll, the Iapapa Berry will activate, and recover a lot of health. Regenerator is also useful for healing, because switching is common in VGC. Spore is for putting Pokemon to sleep, but watch out for Tapu Koko, since it's common in VGC, and Electric Terrain prevents grounded Pokemon from falling asleep. Giga Drain is a standard Grass attack that can heal you. Sludge Bomb is a standard Poison attack that has a 30% chance to Poison the target, which can matter a lot in the endgame. Foul Play is another setup counter, especially if the opponent has a lot of stat boosts, and has a better physical attack stat than Amoonguss, but Stomping Tantrum hits Nihilego and has a good chance to knock it out.
Pokemon Shuffle is a pretty fun game, Gen 7 updates, daily events...