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As in the current pokemon games, when you wondertrade with someone, your pokemon has a very small chance to come back with Pokerus; Said Pokemon infected with Pokerus, can be infected with it between 1-4 days, following the game mechanics (slightly, not the 1 in 21,845 chance lmao).
Pokerus is a BLESSING, but it will disappeared in a while. BUT if your pokemon get a :) (smiley face) at the summary screen (near the pokemon name), that means the pokerus effect will stay FOREVER. If you place an infected pokemon in the box, the pokerus will stay too, but can't infected the pokemon in the box. So infect one of your pokemon in.
It means they have pokerus, which i can’t fully remember what it does but I think it basically lets them level up easier, and it can spread to other pokemon unless it’s got a X over the face? level 2.Over time the symbol on the affected Pokemon will turn to a small pink face and the word Pokerus will disappear. This means that Pokemon is still affected but cannot spread it any further. I would advise putting one still contagious Pokemon (still has the word Pokerus on the summary screen) in the PC as it will remain infected while in the PC.Now recently with the trading of Pokemon on the GTS, I found that there was a Solgaleo which I had helped my daughter trade for which had Pokerus. I was told when visiting the Pokemon Center to heal up the Pokemon that one of them had the Pokerus virus. Now the Solgaleo had a smiley face, which means that it has the Pokerus virus but was unable to pass this on to other Pokemon. But that meant.
The virus - Pokerus - was beneficial to Pokemon, but humans? Not so much. Somewhere at some point the virus had mutated and made the jump from Pokemon to people. The illness itself is generally not any more severe than the seasonal flus that make their way around the region each year. It's not even lethal, usually. unless you were in a vulnerable population, such as the elderly or have.Read More
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Pokerus is a virus, or disease that Pokemon can catch randomly, but if your Pokemon gets it, then you are really lucky. Even though Pokerus is a virus, it does something good, while infected with Pokerus, your Pokemon will become even more stronger after each level up. That means get to work on leveling up, because Pokerus only lasts about a day. You can however, spread the Virus to your other.Read More
The Pokerus is a virus that helps train your Pokemon and lets them grow extremely well. If you get the Pokerus you are very lucky. The only way to get the Pokerus is that you fight a wild Pokemon holding the Pokerus and when you defeat it and go to the next Pokemon centre, and it will go into a dialouge saying that your Pokemon has the Pokerus.Read More
EXP. Share. The EXP.Share costs 450, and is a passive item that sits in the users' inventory and provides 1 EXP to the users' party members for each interaction made. It is affected by Niet's Bonus Counter. Buying more than one EXP. Share will not grant any more bonuses, but can be traded to others. Egg Timer. The Egg Timer is a passive way of EXP gain for egg hatching, intended to provide a.Read More
That means you are 3 times more likely to get a shiny than a Pokemon with Pokerus. Ways to get Pokerus on your own Pokemon include just normal battling and training but again, it is really rare. In Generation 4, it became more common, because Pokemon from other countries have more chances of catching Pokerus. Effects. While a Pokemon is infected with Pokerus, they gain double the EV or effort.Read More
They will always have max IV (6) and Pokerus, unless specifically asked not to. Don't worry about choosing held items, nicknames, etc. They aren't required. And yes, I can do Gigantamax Pokemon! I also include Pokerus with every Pokemon to help you EV train your dream team faster.Read More
In this tutorial you will learn how to properly use the Batch Editor in PKHeX. The batch editor, when utilized fully and correctly, can be an extremely useful tool for fixing, and editing Pokemon. Please Note: The Batch Editor does NOT have an undo option and therefore all actions taken with the.Read More
January 21, 2016 iPoker iPoker, Online Gaming, poker news, PokerUS Tim Brenner A new year is upon us, which means that there’s a fresh opportunity for more states to legalize and regulate online poker.Read More
Hacked Pokemon. While I was doing wonder trade in ultra sun and ultra moon I got some pokemon that I was unsure if they were hacked or not. The ones that I was wondering about mainly were the Victini and the Hoopa that I got. Both of these were shiny and in a cherish ball. Though there was one difference with the shiny hoopa having pokerus as well. I looked it up and saw that there were events.Read More