Gjenganger: A good Special Sweeper is hard to find however, Gengar has always been a nasty team member since it’s appearance back in Red/Blue (or Red/Green depending where you’re from)! It’s new mega form in gen6 is proving to be quite versatile with abunch of hazards for the newly popular competitive Pokemon in OU. Link: http://www.hohoushome.com/build.php?v=530
Basic Build: Gengar is a strong Special Sweeper. Gengarite increases it’s Special attack and Speed makes Gengar an even more powerful threat. it’s ability becomes shadow tag which prevents frightened foes from being unable to escape quite nicely. Thunderbolt gives nice coverage against bulky water types tho personally if it was me, I think I would prefer Protect better to keep it safe during it’s megavolution and as an added bonus poison fodder when your opponent gets poisoned from Sludge Bomb!
Breeding Instructions:http://www.hohoushome.com/breed.php?v=530 This Gengar (like most Pokemon movesets) will require abit of breeding Gengar belongs to the Amorphous egg group. Check the link for full instructions.
Summary: This build shows off what a Gengar can really do. Thanks PsychoHail for submitting this sexy build.
Summary: This build was designed quite nicely. It’s a nice change for the common Choice Band + Technician + Priority Set that everyone’s come to expect lately. Thanks PokeReaper for submitting this hardcore build.
Apparently some Japanese players discovered that the IVs of the egg in the breeding center are determined BEFORE the parents are even deposited in the Day-Care. Sounds pretty crazy, but it seems to work! (This would explain some of the glitches I was having during my egg breeding).
In case you’re not up to speed with the world of Pokemon, nearly every species of this game’s titular creatures have a ‘shiny’ variety – a differently colored sprite for each pokemon. As far as gameplay goes, they’re exactly the same as their non-shiny brethren, but the shiny varieties are so impossibly rare not many players have seen them. [dekuNukem] over on Youtube has come up with a great way to find these shiny Pokemon automatically with the Hackaday reader’s favorite tools – an Arduino and a few parts from Sparkfun.
The build hinges on the fact that all shiny pokemon have a short animation whenever the player encounters them in the wild. This setup uses a fishing rod, so an Arduino Micro first presses the Y button to cast the rod, while the ‘duinos ADC listens to the audio signal until a bite is indicated.
Red Ranger: Physical Sweeper Blaziken is a still force to be reckoned with! Plus now with the addition of it’s new MEGA BLAZIKEN form you can unleash fiery flaming kicks of hell upon your enemies! Link: http://www.hohoushome.com/build.php?v=54
Basic Build: Blaziken is a extremely awesome Physical Sweeper. In this build, the equipped Leftovers will allow Blaziken to recover it’s HP as the battle continues. However trade that in for it’s megastone and Blaziken’s power jumps exponentially. Blaziken’s Speed Boost ability factors in quite nicely – especially if you have it right at the start from dreamworld / event. This lets you hold onto your megaform until you are absolutely sure you need it.
Basic Pokemon breeder knowledge should be enough to make this Blaziken. Blaziken belongs to the Field egg group. Check the link for full instructions.
Summary: This build is very impressive. Thank you kameroshiso for submitting this badass build while at the same time paying homage to the Mighty Morphing Legends of my childhood!