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Wednesday, 24 December 2014

The Interview 2014

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Giveaway

Credits: Amazon

We are giving away 

Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire Dual Pack which has codes for 200 potions.

Even if you bought a copy you can still use the other one to get all the pokemon and heck,its christmas gift a copy to your friend as well!

To participate just leave a comment below stating your favorite pokemon.

To increase your chances of winning, share this on your website and facebook as well!

Merry Christmas!

Sunday, 30 November 2014

How To Use DexNav In Pokemon Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire

Pokemon ORAS Dex Nav

What is the DexNav?
The DexNav is a new feature in the Pokémon Series, found in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Its basic features draw inspiration from the shaking grass from X and Y, and the PokéNav Plus which could be used in Diamond and Pearl.
Where do I get the DexNav? 
The DexNav is given to your trainer during the first half hour of playing ORAS. It’s impossible to move through the game without acquiring the DexNav so don’t worry about missing it.
What does the DexNav do? 
At its core, the DexNav allows you to engage with predetermined wild Pokémon by sneaking up on shaking patches of grass, rippling spots of water, and rumbling sections of caves. While walking through a route or cave that possesses wild Pokémon, the DexNav will go off at frequent and random times, notifying you that there is a wild Pokémon nearby.
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 To act on this notification, you must find the shaking patch of grass, and before getting too close as to not scare the Pokémon away, you must sneak up to the patch of grass by carefully easing your analog stick in the respective direction of the grass. The real value of the DexNav becomes apparent once you get close enough to a shaking patch of grass.
Why is it important?
Once you get close enough to a wild Pokémon that is in a shaking patch of grass, the interface of your DexNav, which is located on the bottom screen of the 3DS, will transition so that it gives information on the nearby wild Pokémon. The extent of this information will evolve the more you encounter a specific Pokémon. This is directly correlated to your search level. Once you have caught a specific type of Pokémon on a route, you can use your DexNav to repeatedly search for that type of Pokémon. This can come in handy if you’re trying to catch a Pokémon with a specific ability, nature, or potential (IVs).
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Once close enough to a hidden Pokémon, this is how the Pokémon’s information will be presented to you
What is the Search Level and how can it increase?
Every Pokémon in ORAS has a respective search level that will increase for every time that you encounter that Pokémon, whether in a wild encounter or trainer battle. As your search level for a Pokémon increases, your DexNav will be able to provide more information on the Pokémon as you approach it. What will also happen as your search level goes up for a specific Pokémon, is that you will have a higher chance of the Pokémon possessing a special attribute such as a higher level, hidden ability, egg move, perfect IVs, and a held item.
When sneaking up on a hidden Pokémon that has one of these special attributes, there will be a red exclamation point next to features describing the Pokémon such as level, held item, potential, and ability. A red exclamation point will reveal a special attribute in respect to these four characteristics of the Pokémon.
Can the DexNav track my Pokémon catching progress?
To simply answer that question, yes. When in an area or route that contains wild Pokémon, the DexNav will display Pokémon that have both been caught and can be found on that route. If there is a Pokémon that can be found on a route and you have encountered that Pokémon in the past yet not caught it, you will be a able to see a translucent of that Pokémon on your DexNav.
Once all Pokémon are caught in a single area, your DexNav will display a gold badge in the top right of your bottom screen. Due to your trainer being unable to surf or fish at the beginning of the game, your bottom screen will display a bronze badge instead of a gold badge when you have caught all the Pokémon that are currently available on that route, yet there are still Pokémon that can be caught through fishing and surfing. This type of interface will be very self explanatory once you play with it for a short amount of time, as it will display the type of terrains where Pokémon are catchable in each area and route that contains wild Pokémon.
Are there any other notable features to the DexNav?
**SPOILER ALERT*** Once you receive the National Dex, your DexNav features will also improve so that it can display the new obtainable Pokémon. If you manage to capture every available Pokémon on a route including the new National Dex Pokémon, the golden badge in the top right of your Dex Nav screen will be replaced with an even shinier platinum badge. Speaking of shiny, it appears as if the DexNav, much like the PokéNav Plus, gives you the ability to chain Pokémon, which over time, increases your odds of encountering a shiny Pokémon.
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Nothing makes a completionist feel better than a platinum badge to make it all seem worth it
How do I chain Pokémon with the DexNav?
Though the process of chaining in ORAS is still not definitive in any way due to the game only being out for such a short amount of time, it is still safe to say that chaining is back, and what I’m going to do is provide as much information as I can on how to do it.
Chaining in Pokémon is the process of using the DexNav (or PokéNav Plus in Diamond and Pearl) to encounter the same Pokémon repeatedly, and if done correctly, will increase the chances of finding a shiny Pokémon, along with a few more benefits. To start off, it’s best to go in prepared. There are plenty of things you can bring with you that will help you out in your chaining attempt.These things include:
  • A large quantity of max repels
  • Plenty of ethers
  • A high search level for the Pokémon you wish to chain
  • A Pokémon with the synchronize ability and preferred nature if you want your pursued shiny Pokémon to have a specific nature
  • A Pokémon with sweet scent
  • And a large patch of grass.
To start the Process off, you need to have caught the Pokémon that you’re wanting to chain, that way, you can use the DexNav to repeatedly search for that Pokémon, effectively creating a chain. It is recommended to get your search level for a Pokémon up to at least level fifty before your chaining attempt begins. The most effective way to go about this is by using sweet scent to rapidly increase the search level for your intended Pokémon by encountering hordes of it. Once you get your search level to fifty, it’s finally time to start chaining, which in itself is a simple enough process.
To begin chaining, first begin by using your max repels so that you don’t encounter other wild Pokémon. To begin the process, tap the Pokémon you’re searching for on your DexNav, and begin your encounters. For your chain to continue, you must either capture or knockout the Pokémon you are encountering, as running away will break your chain. Scaring away the Pokémon by failing to sneak up on it will also break you chain.
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As your chain goes up, so will the Pokémon’s level and potential
The most important thing to remember is not to rush, and patiently sneak up on each Pokémon, as to not break your hard earned chain. A good tip to remember is that you can run or walk normally without scaring the hiddenPokémon away, as long as you are not within five panels of the shaking patch of grass.
Every fifth consecutive chain guarantees that a Pokémon will have two red exclamation points, at least one potential star (meaning that it has at least one perfect IV), and have ten levels added to its base level, along with an additional higher level for each fifth consecutive chain level. For example, say you were searching for a Zigzagoon whose base level on a certain route is three. The fifth chain would give you a level thirteen Zigzagoon, the tenth chain would make it level fourteen, the fifteenth would make it level fifteen, and so on.
While there are no specific percentage chances of finding a shiny while chaining with the DexNav yet, it is assumed that it does greatly increase your chance of finding a shiny, the higher you can manage to get a chain number up to.
While I’d like to say I found all of this information about chaining on my own, all credit goes to Reddit user 1TripLeeFan for compiling most of the information on how to chain Pokémon in ORAS.

I hope this guide has been helpful, and if any more information on the DexNav comes to light, I will be sure to add it later on, as I want this guide to include all the information it needs. Good luck using and utilizing what I believe to be one of the more innovative features in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Friday, 3 October 2014


The Dragon and Flying-type Pokémon, equal to Kyogre and Groudon, was first revealed earlier this month when Mega Evolutions for Gallade, Sharpedo, and Camerupt were unveiled. It's since been confirmed that Rayquaza will also be able to Mega Evolve in the upcoming 3DS and 2DS releases of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.

"Mega Rayquaza’s skills are sure to wreak havoc on an opponent’s strategy with its Delta Stream Ability," writes The Pokemon Co. "Powerful moves like Rain Dance, Sunny Day, Sandstorm, and Hail will fail in the face of strong winds whipped up by Mega Rayquaza, whilst Abilities like Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning will not even activate. In addition, moves of a type to which Flying-type Pokémon are usually susceptible will only deal normal damage."

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Pokemon Art Academy

This fall, Pokémon Art Academy will welcome students of all ages and skill levels to study the fun and fine art of drawing some of their favorite Pokémon. Starting Oct. 24, aspiring artists can hone their skills through a series of easy-to-follow lessons under the tutelage of esteemed Professor Andy in this new 2D art-instruction game for theNintendo 3DS family of systems.
Drawing their way toward graduation – from the art basics of simple shapes and coloring, to exciting advanced techniques of shading and blending – players will wield a variety of tools, including markers, colored pencils, pastels and paints to illustrate popular Pokémon from all known regions. As they advance, players can unlock special lessons featuring Mega-Evolved Pokémon.
On the road to becoming Pokémon artists, players can showcase their 2D artwork in Miiverse galleries or save their creations to SD cards and print their limited-edition artwork to share with friends and family.
Pokémon Art Academy will be available Oct. 24 in stores and in the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS. For more information about the game, visit http://artacademy.nintendo.com/pokemon.
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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Infinite Item Glitch

"Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y" has been one of the most successful games for the Nintendo 3DS and it has even been considered as one of the best Pokémon games ever! Recently a cheat for the popular title has been reported byKDramastars, that allows gamers to get an unlimited number of Rare Candies.
As of now Rare candies aren't sold from any Pokémon mart except via Poke Miles purchase and if you want to level up faster you need these candies. By following these steps gamers can boost their currency: 
1. Gain Poke Miles via Street Pass or Wonder Trade.
2. Trade Pokémon via Wonder Trade sequence and accumulate Poke Miles easily.
3. Once you have enough Poke Miles, head over to Lumiose City then enter the Pokémon Center.
4. There you'll talk to the old man in white suit to purchase rare candies and PP ups.
5. Alternatively, use your Poke Miles at the Global Link Mileage to buy exclusive items with 50 percent discount.
Meanwhile a new online Pokémon battle competition has been revealed. This battle competition is the Battle of Legends and runs for all regions at the same time. This is a double battle and you can use any Pokémon excluding Diancie, but that does include Poké you've transferred. The mon will be raised to level 100 for the competition and you are allowed 10 battles per day. To register for this competition do it before July 24, while the actual date of the competition will be held from July 25th to the 27th. All participants will receive 1,000 PokéMile Points.
Furthermore, four new episode titles and air dates of the "Pokémon X and Y" anime have been revealed. According to Serebii the episode titles for 842-845 include: 842 - "Pokémon Summer Camp! Enter the Rival Trio!!," 843 - "Serena VS Shauna! PokéVision Showdown!!," 844 - "PokéEnteering! The X in the Mist!" and 845 - "Team Battle! Competing for the Hall of Fame!" These are due to air August 14th, 21st, 28th and September 4th.