Maybe you're in a tight spot with the current Field Effect and don't have a good one of your own, or maybe you just don't want to have to alter your team a whole bunch. Whatever the cause, here's a list of how to terminate each Field Effect. Notice: I am not certain that "terminate" in the Field Effect guide means that the Field Effect will become a regular terrain rather than return to the default Field Effect, so I will need to test to make sure. The fact that Icy Field is transformed into Water Surface and terminated with different moves makes me think this is the case, but it's possible termination would return it to a Water Surface if the Icy Surface was created from it and to a normal field if the Icy Field was the original Field Effe…Read more >
I dunno about anyone else, but even with the large number of weaknesses Grass has, I have a tendency to instantly think of Fire as my go-to counter against Grass. That trend almost holds up with Florinia-there's a little bit that it's not perfectly suited for-but it'll definitely make it easier.
Pansear can be found under the Opal Bridge during rain. It's best to get it early on-it's level 7 when you receive it-but if you're late to get it, grinding it higher shouldn't be too hard.
Numel would be a pretty great choice for this gym-It's part ground, so it doesn't have to worry about a sandstorm. Like Pansear, Numel can only be found during rain (In front of the Lower Peridot Train Station), and you'll also need some PokeSnax for it. It's leve…
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A list of Pokémon that are worth hunting down for benefits later in the game.
Make the trade for a Munna-It'll learn Hypnosis pretty fast, which can give you a much-needed breather in the PULSE Tangrowth battle. Alternatively, when the Kricketot you get as a gift evolves, it can learn Sing for the same purpose.
Okay, having played a little more in, I have to say-You need Kricketot on your team in the Beryl PULSE Battle, because Fury Cutter will be your best friend. STAB super-effective against half the team, with doubling power after each hit. Cradily falls in two turns, and Espeon and Umbreon are practically not even there. (unless, of course, they manage to get in a Future Sight or Quick Attack)
Numel-Magnitude and Flame Burst can help you m…
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Hey everyone, I'm a massive fan of Pokemon Reborn and couldn't think of any other way to contribute so thought I might start a wikia to show my appreciation and hopefully provide a resource for anyone getting into it or those wanting to learn more about the game.
There's a lot to do and don't have that much time I can commit so would be really thankful for any help you could offer.
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