Ah, I hope so.
So is this essentially replacing Pokemon Pass in that case?
I never know what weird stuff people will shell out for. I used to have luck just breeding a bunch of Relicanth but people seem pickier now. Is Kitten actually desirable or does it just look high on the list?
I don't think people want Litten because it is everywhere. You basically have a 20% chance of getting one from the Wonder Box.
I'm pretty sure it's bugged.
You can try clearing the app cache, but I think the Pokédex and challenges are still a bit buggy in general so it might not work.I just transferred in some pokemon from bank, and they are showing up normally on my pokedex on the switch version of home, but they aren't showing up at all on the pokedex of the mobile version, though the pokemon are still in the boxes. Any idea how to fix this?
gotcha, well as long as they're registered in the switch app I assume it'll be registered on mobile eventually, this happened to me once before and it took a little over a day until the entries randomly popped up
I just transferred in some pokemon from bank, and they are showing up normally on my pokedex on the switch version of home, but they aren't showing up at all on the pokedex of the mobile version, though the pokemon are still in the boxes. Any idea how to fix this?
Thanks, just wanted to make sure it wasn't just me. I was expecting to be able to fill a wonder box with dupes before I got the last colour but that happened surprisingly quickly at least.
Reading this made me go and check a bunch of trades I’ve had in... and a Coalossal was the Gigantamax version!
This just happened to me too.
Zamazanta is one of the more desireable Pokemon, you'll likely have to keep an eye on the ones other people put up and grab a decent trade as soon as you see it.
Because the maintenance wasn't intended to fix the sync problem. That's still ongoing
They could have easily split the 4 forms between the various weather in the Wild Area: spring (rainy), summer (sun), autumn (fog/overcast), winter (snow).Fun fact: Of Deerling's and Sawsbuck's 4 season-based forms, only one form (spring) were available natively on the Gen 6 games. The Gen 7 games didn't have Seedling/Sawsbuck and neither do Sword and Shield at this moment.
Because Game Freak deprecated the season shifting mechanics of the gen 5 games, There's no way you can change the appearance of these two species on any game made since then. That was 3 Pokemon generations ago.
This means if you haven't done this already, you have to go back all the way to the gen 5 games to catch the other three forms of Deerling and Sawsbuck, transfer them to Bank, and then transfer them to Home to register their data for the National Dex.
This is what I did tonight.
In a new game of Pokemon Black, it takes about 4 hours of progress and beating 4 gyms to enter the area were wild Deerling are first found in the wild. I caught 4 of them. Each time changing my 3DS's date up a month to cycle through all four seasons.
Final steps was transfering them to my Pokemon Ultra Moon game to exp farm them to Sawsbuck, bred additional Deerling, and then finally transfering them to Pokemon Home.
Probably the most daunting task of collecting multiple forms of a specific Pokemon if you haven't done it already.