The Alola version of Exeggutor turned the Pocket Monster into a full-sized palm tree. The character's design was rather silly! So is this Pokémon Go depiction.
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Pokemon Sun and Moon's online Battle Spot ladder is full of wild teams. Since all games are best-of-one (unlike live tournaments, which are best-of-three), many players bring gimmicks to steal the win in unexpected ways. Even the best competitive player can be caught off guard, because they never know what to expect.
Starting with Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, you can adorn your monsters with "Ribbons" for completing certain quests and contests. One person endeavoured to put all of the available Ribbons from every game on the worst Pokemon possible, recording his months-long journey in a hilarious Ribbon collecting guide.
At the start of 2017, nobody really considered Palossand, Pokémon's sandcastle monster, to be noteworthy for competitive play. Then, the top-four World Championship finisher Markus Stadter lost against a Palossand-centric team live on a Twitch stream.
For months now, we've seen people repeatedly fail Pokemon Sun and Moon's Global Missions, the community missions that net players rewards if they reach certain gameplay goals. Turns out, many players can't even register and log in to Pokemon Global Link, the online service which logs their progress in Global Missions, something that would explain why the online quests are faring so poorly.
A couple of months after Sun and Moon's release, one monster has appeared on 40 per cent of the best-performing teams in the competitive Pokemon scene: Celesteela, the ultra beast. Celesteela's schtick: Becoming a "wall" against opponents, and surviving attacks for very a long time. And yet, for all her popularity, Celesteela's antic of slowing matches to a crawl can be a frustrating for players and spectators alike.
Not only does the new anime Ash look different, he's also a weakling!