HABBENING. Home update on the 24th Posted on May 18, 2023 by Anonymous HABBENING Home update on the 24th
Please give credit to Serebii for this information.
>Give Serebii credit
>Screenshot is of the official pokemon twitter
Why are you retarded?
I'm not going to "Hi Joe" you, because this is weak bait.
scat and toilet
Hold up - so Pokémon from Let's Go will go into Home but they can't go back out now?
Could they ever?
Isn't that how it's always been?
It is already a thing, once a Let's go mon has been to Swsh or later game it can't get back, otherwise they can freely transfer between home and let's go
What a fucking mess of a game
KHU WAS RIGHT, FUCK YOU moronS. TRUST THE PLAN
Not even cherish ball!
I don't know what the point of this "gift" is. Are offline players using Home? Because at this point, who doesn't have all of the starters? And ability patches are just given out for every 7-star raid.
that sheboon looks disgusting
And it took this long why?
So it can be over an year after BDSP/PLA compatibility so you can renew your subscription for this. Basically garden gnomes
Visit Serebii for more information.
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>1 bug deposited into your anus
Wait, so I can transfer my SV pokemon into older games, correct? Specifically Hisui for their evolution?
Probably, because there's no way to evolve any of them in SV.
>Linking Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet to Pokémon HOME will allow players to move Pokémon freely between Pokémon HOME and their game—just remember that Pokémon can only be moved to games that they appear in. For example, Dolliv cannot be moved to Pokémon Sword, Pokémon Shield, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Pokémon Shining Pearl, or Pokémon Legends: Arceus because it does not appear in those games. A Pikachu from Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet, however, can be moved to those games because it appears in them. Additionally, the Tera Type of Pokémon moved to Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet will be determined by their original type or types.
Why were people so excited for this?
What content does it add?
>What content does it add?
It gives OU a couple dozen new toys to play with.
>>Some moves are excluded.
inb4 event and transfer-exclusive moves are thrown out
>What content does it add?
Being able to finally use Hisui Pokemon in a traditional game
Okay so it adds no content then, got it
>OMG I CAN USE HISUIAN POKEMON IN THE EASY CAMPAIGN WAOW!!!!!!
What are you seething about, retard? Transferring has never been considered "content" then.
Then why get so excited over no content?
>OMG BRO I CAN REPLAY THE SAME SHITTY PISS EASY CAMPAIGN WITH OLD LEGENDARIES WAOW!!!!!!!!
It’s only content if it buffs CHARIZARD
>THE EASY CAMPAIGN
>NOOOOoooooOooo there is no endgame
>playing online is bad
>you must give me a battle tower, playing against others is hard!!!
Honestly can't wait to use ursaluna online
>Regulation Set C runs from April 1, 2023, to June 30, 2023.
We won't even know what Regulation D is until mid June.
Good thing everyone is playing TotK for the next month anyway.
It's not like there won't be people messing around with the new stuff on unranked, I've definitely got some teams I'm going to throw together for fun. Also last few times the new rules have been announced on the 1st of the month, or very close to that, so it shouldn't be too far away.
Pla pokemon plus miraidon and koraidon
Stop being disingenuous, dumbass, you can still use them in online battles even if not ranked. The Smogon meta will benefit and get shaken up by including them.
Sneed, Chuck, seethe, and cope.
it's been 3000 years
>Move Reminder Function (Nintendo Switch version)
>You will be able to recall Pokémon's moves when you send Pokémon from "Pokémon HOME" to each software. This will allow you to recall Pokémon from "Pokémon HOME" to the respective software with the Pokémon that have learned the move you want them to learn in advance.
>*The moves that can be reminded are limited to those that the Pokémon has memorized so far.
>Some moves are excluded.
So transfer moves are still a thing if I understand correctly, unlike PLA/BDSP
Please delete this post. Serebii has all the relevant info and can be visited.
I don't see what this says about transfer moves, this is done within HOME itself rather than in SV. If anything it looks like a remedy for people who were mad about event moves being nuked when they were sent into BDSP/PLA
Does this mean you can still keep moves from all the way back to Gen 3?
It's a nothingburger. Literally just choosing what level-up moves you give it before transferring.
>When bringing a Pokémon from Pokémon HOME into a linked game, you will be able to change the moves it knows from a list of moves it has learned up to that point. These moves are limited to moves that can be learned in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl (some moves excluded), Pokémon Legends: Arceus, and Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet. This will allow you to have your Pokémon know the moves you want it to before moving it out of Pokémon HOME.
>>Some moves are excluded.
Ready the Pkhexes, I always used hex to transfer but never to cheat so first for me but if they want to try and make my grind hours more of a waste than they were ill take my risk with a bannu.
End of rine.
>no DLC news
Serebii says you can transfer SV back to gen 8 but I don't find it in the Japanese announcement. Do they have a different press release or what?
nvm it's in the English announcement
The Japanese updated their Home page with all their details. It's not tweeted, but stated here.
Is the JP page more clear about how move selection works?
I do not own a Switch at the moment, so I cannot confirm if how this functions.
They are talking about move relearning here, but it doesn't sounds like to tell much about it.
How does HOME handle stats for PLA Pokemon? Like, if I grit trained a Pokemon to max, then transfer it to another game, does that meanthe pokemon now has max EVs or something?
Sorry, I don't have a HOME subscription. I refuse to pay for that shit.
HOME transferring is entirely free dude, the paid shit is either extras like more GTS slots or moving mon in from Bank (which you'd only really need to do once anyways). Just test it yourself when the update drops
>Just test it yourself when the update drops
Haven't you always been able to transfer PLA Pokemon to BDSP or Swh? If so, what happens to grit training when you trade compatible PLA mons to those games
They have IVs when caught in PLA, grits won't affect their stats in other games.
I don't know if it's stored when moving back, but it has no effect when moving from PLA to another game. PLA still keeps track of EVs and IVs normally, but they're hidden.
>PLA still keeps track of EVs and IVs normally, but they're hidden.
So the Pokemon that I used on my PLA pokemon have EVs that are being tracked in PLA? Meaning that when I transfer them to SV, their EVs will be all screwed up?
Shit, I was afraid of that. Now I'm going to need a shit load of EV reducing berries...
This is embarrassing.
They act like they're still game boy developers
Spans of time between game release and Bank/HOME compatibility in all regions:
>X & Y
10/12/13 -> 2/15/14 (126 days)
11/21/14 -> 11/21/14 (same day as game release)
>Sun & Moon
11/18/16 -> 01/24/17 (67 days)
11/17/17 -> 11/19/17 (2 days)
>Sword & Shield
11/15/19 -> 2/12/20 (89 days)
11/19/21 -> 05/17/22 (179 days)
01/28/22 -> 05/17/22 (109 days)
>Scarlet & Violet
11/18/22 -> 05/24/23 (187 days)
bravo gamefreak/ILCA/whoever the fuck caused this
I wouldn't be surprised if this length of time was to set up Pokemon from Gen 9 being able to move backwards to Gen 8 (which hasn't been possible since Gen 2) and implement the move memory feature.
I doubt it would have taken them over half a year for that. They already have all the databases, and all the games have fallbacks for unexpected data.
They waited for your subscription from last year to run out.
They suck at coding though, hard.
>11/19/21 -> 05/17/22 (179 days)
>01/28/22 -> 05/17/22 (109 days)
>Scarlet & Violet
>11/18/22 -> 05/24/23 (187 days)
What the fuck happened this past year God damn.
BDSP was mega broken.