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Hey /vp/, I want to buy a flash cart and I'm looking for some advice.
I have a DS Lite, but eventually plan to get a 3DS so I'd like a cart that will work on both.
I was looking at the R4i SDHC, as it's advertised as working on all DS models, is it any good? Or are there better alternatives for a similar price that will play more games? Thanks in advance, and I'll delete this thread once I get some advice if that would be preferable.
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Alright /vp/, I've been looking for something really fucking specific for a while now, and I'm hoping someone here knows where one is. I'm looking for a complete battle simulator that allows you to control both players and control whether or not their attacks hit or miss. There's an old battle of mine that I want to recreate (right down to each attack, item used, and weather event) for film, but I want to test my memory first to make sure I remember it correctly.
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>people wanting remake of Japanese Blue, which just fixed bugs in Japanese Red/Green, all three of which were used to merge and develop international Red/Blue
>people wanting a remake of Yellow, which was just the fourth game and second solitary version of Generation I, the first being Blue, and which was just developed to take advantage of the then-anime's popularity and for Game Freak to buy time to finish Gold/Silver, originally planned for a late 1997 release but officially delayed on March 1998 and then finally released on November 1999
>people wanting a Crystal remake when HeartGold/SoulSilver are already Gold/Silver remade with the core plot elements of Crystal (minor elements would be the grassy area on Route 36, Odd Egg, etc., but they are Gold/Silver remakes in that regard, not Crystal's)
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>Miror B.'s battle strategy consists of stalling his opponent, using Rain Dance to boost his Pokémon's abilities while he slowly whittles their HP away with moves like Mega Drain and Leech Seed.
>In battles, Dakim prefers to have one of his two Pokémon use Protect, while the other uses Earthquake. He alternates his Pokémon's actions every turn. This is less prevalent in later battles, as he starts to utilize Pokémon that have the Levitate Ability, although members of his team without said Ability will still use Protect. He also may use an X Accuracy to increase the accuracy of his attacks. Later, some of his Pokémon use the Sunny Day/SolarBeam combination.
>In battle, Venus's favorite strategy is to use Attract and layer other status effects to impair a Pokémon's ability to attack or defend itself.
>In battle, Ein prefers to use Rain Dance, then Thunder. He protects his Water-type Pokémon from Thunder by always having a Pokémon with Lightningrod out on the field. He also likes using Toxic, then using Protect regularly to dodge attacks while the poison damage increases each turn.
Who was the best admin?