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Eh... I'll think about it.
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Got 2 diamonds and next balloon costs 50
reeeeee
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Two pieces of Shuffle news:

-The various Rotom forms are back in case you missed them during the game's launch.
-Enter this Passcode to get 5 EXP Points x 1.5 items: 04482045
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Guide for making pokemon in Rumble wobbly:
-Teach a pokemon the Endeavor move (4* normal, grass type pokemon can learn it for sure)
-Make sure the area is clear of other enemies
-Beat the target up
-Keep spamming Endeavor (for bosses, do it when they try to rest) (it will take only 1 hp so you can almost kill the boss and spam it)
-Eventually you'll make the target wobbly, then use any other attack to finish it
-Enjoy your pokemon
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Endravor is a very strong move
Deals around 3k damage in the final battle World Championship X
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Transformau5 wrote:

Guide for making pokemon in Rumble wobbly:
-Teach a pokemon the Endeavor move (4* normal, grass type pokemon can learn it for sure)
-Make sure the area is clear of other enemies
-Beat the target up
-Keep spamming Endeavor (for bosses, do it when they try to rest) (it will take only 1 hp so you can almost kill the boss and spam it)
-Eventually you'll make the target wobbly, then use any other attack to finish it
-Enjoy your pokemon
Another alternative is False Swipe, though not as many Pokémon can learn that. I -think- Pain Split is also an option, though I've never used it before.
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Nope
You need to damage in order to wobble
Eventually it deals 0
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Hmm.. Oh well...

Question, though: do non-boss Pokémon get immunity from Wobbling if you heal them via Heal Pulse? I can't count the number of times I tried catching certain ones this way (i.e. damage them enough -> Heal Pulse -> repeat)...
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Not that I know of, but I have a Gutsy++ pokemon which wobbles 90% of the pokes in less then 2 hits (not even lying here), so I never notice that
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I have a Gutsy++ Trubbish, but even it can't Wobble a lot of Pokémon, and I have Wobble Tree at the max level...
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Anecdotally, I can confirm that Heal Pulse does NOT nullify the ability to wobble non-boss pokemen, as I've used it multiple times to wobble pokemon when I accidentally deleted my Endeavour poke.

That being said, the large pokemon on normal floors seem as though they will rather frequently have an "unwobbleable" flag, although it could just be the trait acting against the player.
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not even 5 badge into Platinum, and i think this is the 5th time i've considered dropping the game again >_>
whoever designed route 210 is a horrible person

edit: 6 times now
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Dunno who else still plays Shuffle, but anyway... Two pieces of news, again:
  1. The Mega Banette competition is over. You have one week as of this post to pick up its Mega Stone if you placed and a Jewel if you competed (placed or not).
  2. Pinsir is now available; however, unlike most events and just like the special Meowth stage, you can only battle against it once a day, so make sure to capture it!
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Finally caught every pokemon in Rumble World. I must have spent at least 50 diamonds trying to get Mesprit and Phione, as they aren't pokemon that "appear" based on how much you need them.
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Azure_Kite wrote:

Finally caught every pokemon in Rumble World. I must have spent at least 50 diamonds trying to get Mesprit and Phione, as they aren't pokemon that "appear" based on how much you need them.
is it feasible to catch every pokemon without spending money?
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It'll take you a long time, generally longer than you'd probably be willing to play the game.

To get every balloon, you'll need 1240 diamonds.

Each and every Daily Challenge is 13 diamonds, so you'll get 364 out of those, at the end. Realistically though, limited by your Rank you'll probably only get about half of that because your pokemon are weaker than they should be.

There are about 30 free diamonds from the Market for playing with friends, 50 for streetpasses. On average, you'll get about 2-4 free diamonds every day through Spotpass and Streetpass bonuses, plus meeting them in game.

So you're still looking at needing to get about 978 diamonds if you want to get all the balloons. After all your "Bonus" diamond sources run out, you're stuck with a rate of 2-4 diamonds per day. That would take about 245 days if you were to get 4 every time.

tl;dr: Paying for at least *some* diamonds is realistically the only way you're going to stay interested in the game if you still want progression.
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Azure_Kite wrote:

Finally caught every pokemon in Rumble World. I must have spent at least 50 diamonds trying to get Mesprit and Phione, as they aren't pokemon that "appear" based on how much you need them.
Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh... those two are being stubborn in showing up... and though I've had Mesprit show up before, IT WOULDN'T WOBBLE SO I ENDED UP KO'ING IT >_>

tl;dr: Paying for at least *some* diamonds is realistically the only way you're going to stay interested in the game if you still want progression.
Something I should point out: regardless of paying for Diamonds or not, if you max out at 3k, you get a building that digs up 20 of them a day.

EDIT: Lol, I JUST caught Phione. Now for Mesprit... again...
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Blazevoir wrote:

Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh... those two are being stubborn in showing up... and though I've had Mesprit show up before, IT WOULDN'T WOBBLE SO I ENDED UP KO'ING IT >_>

Something I should point out: regardless of paying for Diamonds or not, if you max out at 3k, you get a building that digs up 20 of them a day.

EDIT: Lol, I JUST caught Phione. Now for Mesprit... again...
I've had an issue a couple of times where you Wobble a poke and knock it out a half-second later, no poke. Frustrating as fuck when it's a Legendary like Mesprit.
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All hail based Mega Sceptile
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Azure_Kite wrote:

I've had an issue a couple of times where you Wobble a poke and knock it out a half-second later, no poke. Frustrating as fuck when it's a Legendary like Mesprit.
Happens way too often for me when I use moves that can potentially cause damage over time... and yet, those are also my Gutsy Pokémon...
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