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  2. Thanks Ricky, I incorporated those points.
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  4. Can't wait for the demo. It's gonna be so hype
  5. Didn't go, and wasn't even able to watch Saturday live, but my thoughts on the stream: It looked fantastic. It really felt like Pokkén was being treated as well as VGC and TCG, and I'm sure that was largely thanks to DC's work on the stream. I would have loved to see some "Trainer Tips" like I saw on the VGC streams - waiting screens that talk about fighters' strengths and weaknesses, functions of Support Mons and how players often seem to use them, etc. Things like this... But the Pokkén waiting screens could be something like "Disruptive Supports", going over why some people use Umbreon vs. Fennekin. I did love the player cards for each Top 16 member before matches. Those looked awesome and are the kind of thing I want more of in the official TPCi streams. I found it a little awkward sometimes with only having one console's audio. There were a couple moments where I'd be looking at Mewtwo after he wins a round, but I'd hear Braixen's voice complaining about losing, for example. I can't really think of an issue off the top of my head - what would be the problem with using the audio from both consoles? Overall, the stream was fantastic for me. The casters were great and the stream looked and ran great.
  6. Kansas City's Maxout

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    Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1839332993061541/ KCSRK Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/KcSrk/ Midwest Pokkén Discord: https://discord.gg/tqnQ3wr Kansas City's Maxout Date: 9-9-2017 Location: Novastar Gaming Center 2701 S 47th Street, Kansas City, KS, 66106 Venue Fee: $15, with a $5 discount for a tournament console setup, no monitors needed as they're provided by the venue! Entry Fee: $10 for all games, except SF:3S at a $5 entry fee, and Under Night In-Birth EXE:Late[st] for FREE! Doors and Registration open at 11:00AM, and tournaments, particularly Pokkén, start at 1:30PM! $100 Pot Bonuses for both SFV and GGXRD:Rev2, and $50 Pot Bonuses for both Tekken 7 and Skullgirls: 2nd Encore. Registration is done in person, at the venue with cash. We are now no longer using any sort of online registration system as previously for this one! After a few months on break due to Evo and other majors, such as CEO2017, KC's monthly fighting game tournament Maxout is returning this September 9th, 2017, with a new, better venue! Bringing a slew of changes as a place more together with each other, a cheaper venue fee, and tournament standard gaming monitors provided by LAN center Novastar Gaming, Maxout continues to step forward and push for a quality tournament. We are also taking a step away from the once-every-two-months calendar format we had held for a short while in a chapter of development while partnered with KCGameOn, and are returning to a monthly format; the next Maxout is planned towards early October not too long after Pokkén DX's and MvCI's release! Therefore, this tournament in KC WILL be the last to feature Pokkén 1.3 for the WiiU, moving to DX for the Nintendo Switch the next Maxout. RULES: 1. Smoking, vaping, and alchol are not permitted inside the venue. 2. All side events must be approved by a MAXOUT staff member. 3. Please do not walk behind or near the streaming area without permission. GAME RULES: All tournaments will be Double Elimination format, best 2 out of 3 games until finals, at which point they become best 3 out of 5. Current Exceptions: Killer Instinct, Skullgirls: 2nd Encore and Injustice 2 are played best 3 out of 5 for all games for the entire tournament. Winner keeps same character, loser may select a new one. Winners Finals, Losers Finals, and Grand Finals for all tournaments will switch to best 3 out of 5 matches. Street Fighter III: Third Strike: winner is allowed to pick a different Super Art but is not allowed to switch characters. Skullgirls: Winner is allowed to switch assists but not characters or team order. Injustice 2: Stage selection will be double random. For Tekken 7, stage select is random. Pokkén: Random stage select, Dark Colisseum banned unless mutually agreed upon to play, Loser allowed to switch characters and assists, winner allowed to switch assists. PAYOUT STRUCTURE: -------------------------------------------------- PRIZES FOR GAMES WITH 64 PLAYERS OR MORE: 1st Place – 50% 2nd Place – 20% 3rd Place – 13% 4th Place – 7% 5th Place (tie) – 3% 7th Place (tie) – 2% PRIZES FOR GAMES WITH LESS THAN 64 PLAYERS: 1st Place – 70% 2nd Place – 20% 3rd Place – 10% WIRELESS CONTROLLER POLICY: Wireless controllers MUST be disconnected with a USB player upon completion of the match. Dualshock 4 controllers must be deleted from the Playstation 4 devices list upon completion of the match. There is no way for someone to both disconnect a Bluetooth controller AND delete it from the device menu. When the controller is disconnected, it will still be on the device menus. After a few months on break due to Evo and other majors, such as CEO2017, KC's monthly fighting game tournament Maxout is returning this September 9th, 2017, with a new, better venue! Bringing a slew of changes as a place more together with each other, a cheaper venue fee, and tournament standard gaming monitors provided by LAN center Novastar Gaming, Maxout continues to step forward and push for a quality tournament. If you have a wired arcade stick, please help reduce the problem of wireless controller interference by following these steps after a match: 1. Go the the PS4 main menu and go to settings 2. Go to devices -> Bluetooth devices 3. Delete any and all Dualshock 4 controllers from the list> If both players are using PS4 wired arcade sticks, this step is not necessary. We've graciously allowed players to continue using wireless controllers despite having interference problems in the past. Although we currently have no plans to ban wireless controllers like other tournaments, we will be much more strictly enforcing this policy at this and future events. If you interrupt a match with your wireless controllers because you didn't follow policy, you're subject to be DQed from the tournament. FAQ: -------------------------------------------------- Q: Am I allowed to bring a setup for casuals? A: Absolutely! Follow the same registration guidelines for MAXOUT competitors and feel free to place your setup in the approved space for free play casuals. Please note that bringing a setup that is not utilized for tournament use does not guarantee you a venue fee discount. Q: How do you handle registration and bracketing? It's changed a few times... A: At this point we've gone back to in person registration with cash. We are also using Challonge and not Smash.gg at this time. Q: Can I bring outside food and drink into the venue? A: Yes. However, we would encourage you to support the venue. Novastar has a wide variety of soda, energy drinks, and snacks, including drinks like BAWLS which are very hard to find in most places. Q: I have a question that's not answered here! A: Feel free to post in the event page comments and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. In addition, you can check the FAQ on our website: http://www.kcsrk.com/rules/ This FAQ is outdated in regards to the venue, but everything else should apply.
  7. Versus Gaming Center Pokkén Weekly

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    South Florida's premier Pokkén Tournament weekly! Home of include Suicune Master, Bim?, Swillo, Kino, Corgian, Jin, Goon, and more! Location: 750 E Sample Rd, Ste 1 Pompano Beach, FL 33064 Fees: Venue: $5 Bracket: $2 Payout Structure: 11 entrants or less 1st: 100% 2nd: Waived venue fee for a later tournament 12-25 entrants 1st: 70% 2nd: 30% 25+ entrants 1st: 60% 2nd: 30% 3rd: 10% Game Rules: Game Version : 1.3 Sets are best of 3 until Winners, Losers, and Grand Finals which are best of 5 Controllers are BYOC The following are what is used for the game settings: Use Wii U Player Data: No Round Points: 2 Stage: Stadium (Random is allowed only if both players agree) Skill Level: Off Players may ask for a "button check" to ensure that all of their controls and buttons work as expected (please limit to ~30 seconds). All Characters, Supports, and Cheers are legal. If Random stage was agreed upon, the stage "Dark Colosseum" cannot be used. If it is the stage that appears, the game must be reset to get a different stage. After a game, Loser may change characters, support, and/or cheer skill. After a game, Winner cannot change characters but may change support and/or cheer skill. At the end of a set, all controls are required to be set back to default & players are required to exit to the title screen to prevent controller sync issues. Any issues that may happen during a set will be handled with TO discretion, where the TO has all rights to any ruling deemed necessary. Nearby Food: Wawa, Taco Bell, Arby's, McDonalds, Publix, Miami Subs, Steak Shop Schedule: 4 PM EST : Doors Open 7 PM EST - Registration Begins 7:50 PM EST - Registration Ends 8 PM EST : Bracket Begins To find out more about the South Florida's Pokkén scene, check out the following pages: Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/VersusGamingCenter/ Twitch Stream: https://www.twitch.tv/vsgc Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/VSGamingCenter Business Main Website: http://www.vsgaming.org
  8. SFL Pokkén at Playlive Nation, Miami

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    Location: 8888 SW 136th St Ste 140 Miami, FL 33176 Fees: Venue: $5 Bracket: $5 Payout Structure: 1st: 60% 2nd: 30% 3rd: 10% Game Rules: Game Version : 1.3 Sets are best of 3 until Winners, Losers, and Grand Finals which are best of 5 Controllers are BYOC The following are what is used for the game settings: Use Wii U Player Data: No Round Points: 2 Stage: Stadium (Random is allowed only if both players agree) Skill Level: Off Players may ask for a "button check" to ensure that all of their controls and buttons work as expected (please limit to ~30 seconds). All Characters, Supports, and Cheers are legal. If Random stage was agreed upon, the stage "Dark Colosseum" cannot be used. If it is the stage that appears, the game must be reset to get a different stage. After a game, Loser may change characters, support, and/or cheer skill. After a game, Winner cannot change characters but may change support and/or cheer skill. At the end of a set, all controls are required to be set back to default & players are required to exit to the title screen to prevent controller sync issues. Any issues that may happen during a set will be handled with TO discretion, where the TO has all rights to any ruling deemed necessary. Nearby Food: It's in a mall. There's a lot of stuff. Schedule: 12:00 PM EST : Doors Open 6:00 PM EST - Registration Begins 7:30 PM EST - Registration Ends 8 PM EST : Bracket Begins To find out more about the South Florida's Pokkén scene, check out the following pages: Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/PLAYliveTheFalls/ South Florida's Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/groups/soflopokken/
  9. Sorry for this being late, all. Our writers were unavailable to cover this over the weekend, but better late than never! The 2017 Pokémon World Championships concluded this weekend, with Pokkén's Top 16 concluding this past Saturday. The Pokémon Company often likes to make announcements during this annual event, and this year one of the announcements was that Pokkén Tournament DX will receive a free downloadable demo soon™! Read on for the results of the 2017 Pokkén Tournament World Championships Top 16. _________________________________________ 1. Tonosama (JP) 2. Mikukey_Homura (JP) 3. Azazel (JP) 4. Elm (JP) 5. Apollo (JP) 5. Thulius (NA) 7. Xabsoluted (EU) 7. SlippingBug (NA) 9. Messa (JP) 9. Goreson (EU) 9. Wzurds (NA) 9. Fabilous (EU) 13. Ito (JP) 13. Rasenryu (NA) 13. S-Ki (JP) 13. Suicune Master (NA) Be sure to check back for more news regarding the Pokkén Tournament DX downloadable demo.
  10. Something like 「ツキチュウさん、何でピカチュを使わない?」 to ask why she doesn't use Pikachu would proooooobably work. Also thank you Midori, I somehow muddled my way through WCS talking with the Japanese players. I have no doubt in my mind that I fucked up a ton but despite that, they were patient with me and still believed in my ability to understand them and interpret for them. I think they ultimately left thinking that I could listen pretty decently but my speech still needs work. On that subject, Tonosama and I found some common ground lol, just with the opposite languages.
  11. Maybe I am just a negative person, but chat really was so strict that I didn't even bother looking at it. Everything I tried to type got deleted for some reason or other. I think someone just said "What the heck is happening" and it got deleted. Maybe some people liked it...? I mean, dont remove it if anybody enjoyed it.It seemed like not being able to say my thoughts in chat made me more upset than the actual upsets in the tournament. The top 16 placement was whack in that I'm disappointed everyone in the west wiped each other out as well as Japan sniping their own team. But I heard it couldn't be helped because it had to do with how LCQ was set up, not to mention how Japan took one spot from the west (or two spots?). We may need an extra body to make sure newbies don't, I don't know, change the settings and cause a delay because the two systems won't connect on stream. Obviously, this was resolved (or they'd still be trying to connect now), but the LAN setup is so goofy that it's an honest mistake and one that veterans overlook. Maybe DX and the Switch will remedy this somehow, but I dunno. THIS BRACKET WAS STACKED LIKE A PANCAKE BUFFET AND REALLY HYPE THOUGH
  12. Now I'd like to say that the production value first off was amazing. I absolutely loved how good this worlds looked. The streams were great, the commentators were amazing: A lot of people have given major props to H2, Burnside and D1 and they genuinely deserve all the kind words. Really set the standard for what commentary should be like at for our events. The player cards and everything were fun and overall i didn't have any problems watching worlds. My only gripe. And it's a big gripe: The chat moderation. Like I KNOW we asked for chat and it was given to us and that's great and all, but the Moderation was so unreasonably over strict and ridiculous that it really distracted from how good this worlds stream was quality-wise. Numerous players got banned for saying reasonable things and a lot of conversation was stopped from happening. People were being banned for asking questions, answering questions, making supportive statements, I won't lie I think the chat was so unreasonably restricted, we may as well have just not had it up. I have a lot more I could say but you get the point. Worlds and LCQ were good from a spectator point of view, that's the main point here. And I hope the streams and production value continue to get better like this for next year!
  13. Hi folks! We want to hear your feedback about the event! You can rate the event and give specific feedback either here on this thread, or anonymously here!
  14. POKKEN DX RELEASES!

    Pokkén Tournament DX comes out today on the switch!
  15. FINAL BOSS - $3000 Pot Bonus

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    FINAL BOSS, a Pokkén exclusive major held in New Jersey, will be held on October 28th to October 29th! General Information: The event will be in the Double Elimination format with Double Elimination Pools. If you make it out of pools in losers side, you'll start top 8 in losers. Make sure to bring your own controller! $3000 in pot bonuses! $2500 to 1v1 Singles, and $500 to the 3v3 format! People to contact for information: Event Organizer: @hitboxarena (Johnny) Head TO: @TheDanGoodATTE (Fumu) Other Points of Contact: @RoksoTheSavage (Rokso) Event Location: The Wyndam Garden Hotel Ballroom 550 Rte 1 and 9 S, Newark, NJ 07114 Phone: (973) 824-4000 Event Schedule and Stream times: Schedule of Events: Day 1 (Oct 28) 10:00am - Doors Open, player, check-in, warm-ups 11:30am - On-Site (walk-in) registration ends 12:00pm - 1v1 Pools 1-2 start 2:00pm - 1v1 Pools 3-4 start 4:00pm - 1v1 Pools 5-6 start 6:00pm - 1v1 Pools 7-8 start 8:00pm - Team Battle Mode Tournament (Top 4 advance to Day 2) 10:00pm - Pokken Salty Suite Day 2 (Oct 29) 12:00pm - Doors Open, warm-ups 1:00pm - Team Battle Mode Top 4 Finals 3:00pm - 1v1 Top 16 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/275333242936309/ RSVP today!
  16. Friday Salty Pokkén

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    The main Utah Pokkén Weekly! Players of all skill levels welcome! We are a friendly and welcoming scene with players from all across the Salt Lake valley. We have a wide age range of players, from mid-teens to mid-twenties. The TO for the event is Bryce Ellsworth (bellsworth46). He has years of experience TOing tournaments and is the current head of the Pokkén scene. Venue fee is waived for first-time paid weekly goers! Location: 1446 E 6710 S Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121 Venue Information: The venue is also the home of the TO, giving the tournaments a very relaxed atmosphere. The house is on the corner, with a large pine tree in the front yard. Parking is purely street parking. There may be soda available. If there is, $1 is asked to help slightly offset the cost of purchasing the drinks. If you are over 21, alcohol is allowed (must be self-brought). However, responsible drinking is strictly enforced. If you are someone who smokes, please bring a smoking jacket that you can leave outside to air out after your smoke, as well as please do not be near the main entrance or any open windows as you smoke. Fees: Venue: $5 Bracket: $5 Payout Structure: 5 Entrants: 1st: $15 2nd: $10 6 Entrants: 1st: $15 2nd: $10 3rd: $5 7 Entrants: 1st: $20 2nd: $10 3rd: $5 8 Entrants: 1st: $20 2nd: $15 3rd: $5 9+ Entrants: 60/30/10 percentage split Game Rules: Game Version : 1.3 Sets are best of 3 until Winners, Losers, and Grand Finals which are best of 5 All controller types besides wii u gamepad are allowed Controllers are BYOC The following are what is used for the game settings: Use Wii U Player Data: No Round Points: 2 Stage: Stadium (Random is allowed only if both players agree) Skill Level: Off Adjusting controls is allowed Players may ask for a "button check" period to ensure that all of their controls and buttons work as expected (please limit to ~30 seconds) All Characters, Supports, and Cheers are open for use If Random stage was agreed upon, the stage "Dark Colosseum" cannot be used. If it is the stage that appears, the game must be reset to get a different stage. Loser may opt to change character after a match Both Loser and Winner may change support and cheer after a match After a match, if a player has changed their controls, they are asked to reset the control scheme to default to help prevent other players from having incorrect controls After a match, players are asked to back out to the title screen to prevent controller-type lock issues Any issues that may happen during a set will be handled with TO discretion, where the TO has all rights to any ruling deemed necessary Nearby Food: As this is at a house next to a well-known shopping district, there's all kinds of food available! Most of the major fast food chains are near, and most major pizza places are near or deliver! There's also places like Cafe Rio, The Habit Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chile's, The Pie, Teriyaki Grill, In-N-Out, and more to satisfy almost any taste! Schedule: We start the tournament at ~8 pm mountain time, but the door is open to players starting at ~6 pm. To find out more about the Utah Pokkén scene, check out the following pages: Our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/UtahPokkenTournament/ Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/utahpokken Twitch: http://twitch.tv/saltygamingshow YouTube Video Archive: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCoWdEN7GB14JqoYAiMuhQg
  17. Our online tournaments will now be held on saturday night! 5 people joined this time here are the results. I'll leave the link to the bracket as well. http://challonge.com/g2llcdq0
  18. Pokkén Tournament World Championships 142 Entrants August 18 - 19, 2017Bracket Results
  19. I've found that Yveltal can be quite useful for Suicune against certain characters, especially those with a deadly synergy burst mode. In particular, against Shadow Mewtwo and Gengar. But I've also discovered that Yveltal has some serious combos that can deal some good amount of damage to the opponent as well, and I couldn't find these documented anywhere. As such, I've decided to compile a list of combos to use in these situations, along with the damage they deal. This is very much a work-in-progress and I will be adding more as I can find them. I'm going to preface this by saying that Yveltal hits very closely to the user. Therefore, the majority of these combos will be up close combos. Combos that don't fit this pattern will be indicated, though I don't know if there will be any exceptions. S = support call DUEL PHASE COMBOS j. Y (close to ground)>S>6yy>5yy Damage: 102 j. Y (close to ground)>S>5yyy Damage: 114 Depending upon your distance, it may be easier to confirm with the 6yy link, which is why I included it in this list. You may also need to step forward a bit for both combos to hit. 6yy>S>5yyy8a Damage: 187 1a>S>5yyy Damage: 157 You cannot confirm with Hail unless you are close enough to hit with 1a. NEAR WALL ONLY: These combos do not wall splat, so I didn't include it in the wall combo section. They can only be used in the corner as they are too far away to confirm anywhere else. 8y>S>5a Damage: 148 8Y>S>6a Damage: 162 WALL COMBOS All damage counters include the 30 extra damage from the wall splat. W! = Wall splat 2x>W!>S>8yy Damage: 258 8a>W!>S>5yy Damage: 302 2x>W!>S>2x Damage: 271 ANTI-AIR COMBOS AA = anti-air hit For these anti-air combos, you must be close to your opponent in order to get the hit. X (AA)>S>6yy>5yy Damage: 171 8a (AA)>S>6yy>5yy Damage: 193 There is one anti-air combo that works from a distance, but it's tricky to pull off. (Midscreen) 6x>dash forward>5yyy8a>S>6yy Damage: 207 FIELD PHASE COMBOS Coming soon!
  20. I just watched Sasahune yesterday at Pokémon Worlds. Man, watching Pokémon Worlds was exciting, I can't wait to watch today! Top 16!
  21. The 2017 Pokkén Tournament Last Chance Qualifiers has just completed, and we now know the final 4 players that will be competing in the World Championships tomorrow: S-Ki, Azazel, Tonosama, and Wzurds! You can find the full results for the 130-person bracket below. Make sure to tune in to twitch.tv/PokkenTournament tomorrow, starting at 9 a.m. Pacific, to watch the 2017 Pokkén Tournament World Championships unfold! _________________________________________ TOP 4 QUALIFIER #1 (WINNERS): S-Ki (JP) TOP 4 QUALIFIER #2 (WINNERS): RPG | Azazel (JP) TOP 4 QUALIFIER #3 (LOSERS): Tonosama (JP) TOP 4 QUALIFIER #4 (LOSERS): Wzurds (US) 5. Uho (JP) 5. STDx | ALLISTER (US) 7. BadIntent (US) 7. ThankSwalot (US) 9. Abyss | Nightshade (US) 9. HZRDS | Ouroboro (US) 9. sasahune (JP) 9. Yusuke Kato (JP) 13. Bolimar (US) 13. eM | SuperTurboRyan (US) 13. Kamaal (US) 13. ONBS (US) 17. CGL Cidfox (US) 17. Char (US) 17. Cooljake (US) 17. Fang (US) 17. LAGr | Beto D. (MX) 17. NFK (US) 17. NinjaFalcon2 (US) 17. WonderChef (US) 25. Junipero (US) 25. Mofugami (US) 25. Peachy (US) 25. Pentao (US) 25. TLE | JiMing (US) 25. Valei (US) 25. VuVHo (US) 25. Waffle (US) 33. donny (US) 33. Eiganjo (NL) 33. Forest (US) 33. Ghost (US) 33. IAmMarti (UK) 33. King Meeko (US) 33. Louis T. (UK) 33. MIDIMIDIBangBang (US) 33. oolbert (US) 33. PML | Sir Salty (US) 33. Tecmo (US) 33. Tga•INIGO (MX) 33. Tsukichu (JP) 33. Tyler S. (US) 33. Utah (US) 33. William (US) 49. Broknblade (US) 49. Bubby9804 (US) 49. Fosh (US) 49. Kobvra (MX) 49. Malocide (US) 49. Quiet (US) 49. RBK (US) 49. Santi (EC) 49. Sunder (US) 49. TAHK0 (US) 49. Terry00 (IT) 49. The Chez (US) 49. The Mikie (US) 49. The Vanguard (US) 49. Yawningshark60 (US) 49. Zander (US) 65. Ablaze (US) 65. BlindOne230 (US) 65. Botanist (US) 65. Carlososhawott (US) 65. Chaos (US) 65. Dayala9881 (US) 65. Everestkid (US) 65. EZ$Jaxob (US) 65. Garbled_leopard (AU) 65. Gully (US) 65. jblink (US) 65. JeeJee128 (US) 65. jlegs (US) 65. Jobeh (US) 65. Kaibu (US) 65. Katie (US) 65. ko-taro- (JP 65. LiteTheIronMan (US) 65. Mattic (US) 65. Nathaen Wood (US) 65. NikkiMoon (US) 65. Pink Ink (US) 65. Purpleknight (US) 65. Regigod (US) 65. SailorMoon (US) 65. Slugger (US) 65. SupremeKing (US) 65. TDD25 (US) 65. Thagador (US) 65. Thomas17 (US) 65. Volttekka (US) 65. ziqi92 (US) 97. 1413303 (BR) 97. Angbad (US) 97. AthenaCykes (US) 97. Bdarka (US) 97. Blackgyver (JP) 97. Chalkey (US) 97. Charizard2006 (US) 97. Cindachella (US) 97. D (US) 97. D-Rock (US) 97. Ej (US) 97. Figment494 (US) 97. Hayhay7689 (US) 97. Hiratoshi (JP) 97. Joeybeta (US) 97. Kikismudkip (US) 97. MegaSchutte (US) 97. Mux (US) 97. NessieWolffx19 (US) 97. Ninjacupcake (US) 97. Playerdandy (US) 97. PocketBoy (US) 97. Pokemon Kombat (US) 97. Pressuredhero (US) 97. Rush562 (US) 97. Sci (US) 97. SmeargleKid (US) 97. Son_Dula (US) 97. Splatboi (US) 97. ThatGuyTraviiS (US) 97. V (US) 97. Vic (US) 129. bam1991dbz (US) 129. Triforce (MX)
  22. I am the mod here, so I think im still the only person "actively" checking the forums. Also wont say im the best anymore, as everyone else has definitely improved. I just happen to have a lot more stream time then they all do. Feel free to ask any questions you have man! if you're looking for new gameplay footage, feel free to check out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCniqc9Kndtjv0iMnkIkrlzA, look for gangar_ouji, sasahune and apollo. The top 3 gengars in the world currently.
  23. 2X Duel Phase Combos (in notations, CP! stands for counter pierce, and the numbers inside the ( ) are stacks of calm mind required) If one of the CM stack amounts is missing from the damage portion, it is because it does not work with that specific amount of stacks. 2X, CP!, 5X, 4AYY, 5X, 4A (Shift) (Any combo ending in 4A is mostly used to get calm mind stacks) 2X, CP!, 5XX, 8Y (Shift) 182 dmg (1), 217 dmg (2), 246 dmg(3) 2X, CP!, 5XX, 5A (Shift) 153 dmg (0), 188 dmg (1), 223 dmg (2) 2X, CP!, 5XX, j.A (Shift) 243 dmg (3) 2X, CP!, 5X, 5A (Shift) 150 dmg (Sets up for oki, can potentially get 2 stacks out of this) 2X, CP!, 2Y, 5YY, 6A, 8Y (Shift) 187 dmg (1) 235 dmg (3) (Must space the 2Y at max range)
  24. Wow I didn't think you would reply You seem to be best Gengar in the scene from the Videos and the such that I have been finding. Once the game comes out do you mind if I ever pick your brain or ask you questions?
  25. Gardevoir's Data for Pokken DX v1.0 is HERE Gardevoir's Data for Pokken Wii U v1.3 is HERE
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