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Registeel may be based on the golems of Hebrew legend. The legends cast them as servants of higher powers and are said to have writing on their heads.
When the writing is removed, the creature would be weakened. Registeel is the combination of the words regis Latin for royal and steel. Please remember to follow the manual of style and code of conduct at all times.
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Catch rate 3 0. Breeding Egg Group Undiscovered. Base experience yield Gen. Its body is harder than any metal found upon this planet.
Its body is also hollow, and its food source remains a mystery. This concludes the entries from the Advanced Generation series.
Because Registeel's body has been tempered by underground pressure for thousands of years, its body cannot be scratched.
Ruby Registeel has a body that is harder than any kind of metal. Its body is apparently hollow. Registeel was imprisoned by people in ancient times.
The metal composing its body is thought to be a curious substance that is not of this earth. Its body is harder than any other kind of metal.
The body metal is composed of a mysterious substance. Not only is it hard, it shrinks and stretches flexibly.
It is sturdier than any kind of metal. It hardened due to pressure underground over tens of thousands of years. Diamond Tempered by pressure underground over tens of thousands of years, its body cannot be scratched.
Its body is said to be harder than any kind of metal. A study has revealed that its body is hollow. Black Tempered by pressure underground over tens of thousands of years, its body cannot be scratched.
Tempered by pressure underground over tens of thousands of years, its body cannot be scratched. X Tempered by pressure underground over tens of thousands of years, its body cannot be scratched.
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Iron Island requires fateful encounter Regigigas Iron Ruins , only one. Underground Ruins Iron Chamber only one. It's entirely possible that the visible stats don't mean a damn thing, and that differences between otherwise identical pokemon are caused entirely by background RNG.
As someone who hasn't played a Pokemon game for quite a while, when I picked yogi and started looking at all the variable stats I started to wonder about a few potential quiet internal uses for them.
I should note that I'm only lvl 19, but have been pretty actively trying to keep not of these stats in varied situations. One of the specific uses I was thinking they may be used for isn't actually attack ability, but quality of defensiveness.
Perhaps they're measuring a poke moms density simple weight to height ratio, possibly using it's type as an additional variable , to establish how well that Pokemon can defend against maybe stun attacks, or possibly it'd help a ground based Pokemon against a flying type?
Again, just guesses really. Would definitely be interested though in seeing what we find out now that some pretty critical reference files are being uncompiled!
Ya, you know, Poke Moms. They're like den mothers. When we were kids playing Pokemon, they were the ones who's house you'd go over to for hours while playing with all your friends and they'd provide endless snackies.
EVs are effort values- stat boosts obtained from beating certain pokemon. As far as I know, they are not in Pokemon Go only the main series IVs are individual values- a set value for a specific pokemon.
Think of them as a pokemon's genetics- some are just slightly better at certain things than others. I think it's part of the equation but not all of it.
In the attacks department, each poke has about attacks with various types bug, dark, normal, water, fire, etc A paras - for example - can range from 26 to 40 in combined attack dmg.
Unfortunately the mathematical max 40 is consisted of a normal attack and a bug attack. Normal attack doesn't get a dmg multiplier.
So a better candidate for might be a bug type attack in slot 1 and a bug type attack in slot As far as height and weight, until they dial in their battle mechanics a bit more this is over kill for a game that isn't currently that precise in the fighting mechanics.
If we want to see how they interact, we really need to set up some kind of controls. The OP is trying to compare 4 different stats which are all varying.
Yes, HP and CP are linearly related, we all see to agree on that. In order to see how weight and height factor into the picture, we need to grab a bunch of a single pokemon that have the same attacks since attacks also play a part in CP and then power them up to the same HP mark.
Once we can see a data set with a lot of pokemon of varying heights and weights with the same HP and attacks, we'll get a much clearer picture as to whether or not height and weight play any role at all.
The example would be, if you have 50 Eevee with tackle and dig, and all of them have 30 HP, do heavier and taller eevee then have higher CP?
Would there be some way to survey or log data from trainers around the world? Create a huge database then let the maths and excel gods do their thing.
I think this would be a cool project to take on but I think Silph road is busy with other items on its plate.
Perhaps an individual would be willing to compile data from the user base via the messaging system on one or two more common Pokemon and see what adds up.
Should be a simple enough scattergraph to do up once the data is in. And they've always been completely useless and unrelated to any aspect of gameplay.
Just like what noise they make, or what their footprint is shaped like. I don't know for certain, but there is a huge chance that it is all just flavortext.
The pokedex data always includes height and weight, however that number doesn't vary. If you look at some of the stats, you can see Pokemon like Vaporeon differing 2 kg to 12 kg.
I think it's less that they include the numbers and more that they label them XS, neutral, or XL. They make a point to make a comparison so I think it is significant.
I've seen them for Magikarp which you want a bunch of for Gyrados and for Ratatta which I would've stopped catching at all if it wasn't for the badge.
Don't do it, evolving rattatas give you xp per time, xp with Lucy Egg activated. I've noticed that every time I evolve a rattata, its weight shrinks to XS regardless of what it was before.
I think this is a very significant observation I just checked the 5 Raticates I just made and all but one are indeed XS.
I believe this may lead me to believe that weight does matter afterall. They are making all the Raticates turn out XS when evolved because that is their Why else force Raticates to almost all turn out XS?
Level 24 Pokemon GO Trainer here. The following post is only in regards to pokemon weight, not height. I recently noticed that almost all of my highest CP pokemon are XS.
Upon reading this comment I went and looked at my highest 20 CP pokemon. All 20 of these pokemon were evolved from Stage 1 of their respective evolution trees.
In the original Pokemon game, if you had two of the same species of pokemon, one caught at a high level in the wild and the other raised from a low level - the one you raised was guaranteed to have higher stats than the pokemon you caught in the wild.
This leads me to believe that evolving a pokemon from its Stage 1 evolution is dramatically more likely to have the weight that benefits it the most.
Subsequently, if this theory is correct, the weight that most benefits a particular species of pokemon can be determined by a relatively small data pool - evolving pokemon of the same species until it becomes apparent which weight they more frequently acquire after their final evolution.
Since rattatas pidgeys ect are everywhere they are more likely to turn out as runts. But for rarer pokemon they have more of a normal distribution.
I still get about half of the Rattatas, but if I'm even remotely low, I let them go. There are certain attacks in the games that are related to weight: Heavy Slam for instance values a high user-to-target weight ratio for the most power, and Grass Knot works best against heavier targets.
Neither of those moves are in Pokemon Go yet. Are there any others that might be? Low kick Is a move my machop knows. That should do more damage based on higher weight.
I haven't tested anything out in combat. I agree with you chars, I have a flareon that is 25 kg and. These numbers can't be realistic since one Pokemon is almost 8 times heavier but slightly shorter than the other one.
Yeah, when you evolve them yourself in this game, it seems to really randomize the height and weight outside of anything that species should be capable of.
I am inclined to agree, but the description flavortext most games had were missing, as is the 'fox', 'rat'. Well, unless they are in the pokedex but whenever I click on a 'mon there it looks super broken.
I haven't attacked a Gym yet, so I'm not sure if they have any relation to that. I did not ice the height and weight are linked and seem to correlate.
Maybe, we don't really know yet. I've since seen other pokemon with odd Heights and weights, but a reckon if you plotted 50 pidgeottoes they would fit on a similar looking line.
Level, CP, HP All work together, even the stardust it takes to level up a pokemon can determine how powerfull it can be in the future.
Attacks can not change speen, its the same dor all pokemon. Hense dps for basic and special attacks. Its there for show, they had wait in the original game in the pokedex so heres more advance info about our pokemon.
Just a side thing, "oh I got Polywriath. A lot more information is available now then there was then. I love data, but I'm going to have to dispute your conclusion that height has nothing to do with HP.
These are extremely rudimentary statistical analyses, so I wouldn't take it at face value immediately. However, more detailed analyses that could try fitting more complex equations might show something more than what I was able to find.
I would guess that there might be some combined effect of CP and height on HP. I was looking at HP as a percentage of CP.
The one exception was a rare on that had XS in height only. It had less HP that those near it when ordered by CP. Do this for different CP levels and then you can do an analysis on it.
Otherwise, there will always be this bias in the data. Just so you know, the blue glow around a Pokemon means they were recently caught.
I believe it's within the last 24hrs. If you sort by recent, all the Pokemon in the list will have the blue glow. The height vs HP looks almost flat, suggesting no correlation, so if you include CP in the curve, yes you'll get a nice fit because CP is fitted nicely to HP.
It stays up there around 0. That's a good point that suggests that it really is just the CP having an effect.
I still stand by the conclusion that no conclusion can be drawn. I have only tried plotting a few simple functions to try fitting a model.
The blue glow means that it was caught recently I believe its even just that day. Sort your pokemon by recent and you'll see.
Just looked at your post and see that someone mentioned it. You should post this for visibilty, maybe get some other people to do some similar tests, since the other guys height claim doesn't seem to hold true.
If there's two things I've learned from being a hardcore Dark Souls player they are 1 People are quick to spread misinformation if someone presents that misinformation as fact.
I'll check that later, but ordering the list by "recent" does seem to order it by blue first. I catalogued and tracked about pokes and it's roughly 1.
I did not track height or weight but was consistently in a For example I have a CP 38 Jigglypuff with an hp of Seen this phenom happen a few times with others.
Not to my knowledge.. I initially thought that we'd see a higher variance in the CPvHP area but upon many rounds of testing it became apparent that it wasn't the case.
I've started adding a new tab for Pidgeys Pidgies? The hours melt away. I've stopped tracking for a while now but here's the data over the first week of release We all know a pokemon with more CP will have higher stats.
The question comes more down to the micro, should I raise the pokemon with more weight at CP 50 up or should I bring up the one at the same CP but has lower weight, or does that matter.
I suspect that the size, and particularly the XL or XS might come into play in combat at the gyms, they may even have benefit depending to the type attacks they have.
Perhaps XS is better at dodging, or quick attacks. You need to either make the CP of all your pokemon the same or make the HP of them all the same and then compare HP or CP whichever isn't all the same to height and weight.
It will also help if you had 26 zubats that all had the same attacks, in order to rule out the difference in CP due to attack.
I am going to do a very long very extensive farm tomorrow, so I'll see if I can grab some useful data to play with. Your data actually supports his point, it doesn't disprove it.
You have to control for variables if you're going to try to give information like this- get a bunch of medium CP zubats, group them by CP, then do HP by height and weight within the same CP.
This would be like arguing IV and EV don't exist because stats clearly get higher as you level up. Yes, I mentioned in another comment that I found that possibly an XS or XL for height might effect hit points, but I need more data and free time.
It's not a large data set but it's focused on evolution changes. I'll have a look when I'm at a computer.
Did it look like height or weigh effected the evolutions? It seemed that the changes in health were close to static regardless, but most of them also evolved into XS so that could have slanted the values.
My Chancey is CP For your theory to work I'd like to see a CP Chancey having an equally ridiculous hp count. There are a few that I've noticed have this odd occurrence.
My jigglypuff has the same phenom. More hp than CP. You would need a bunch of the same ones and do a scatter graph just for that Pokemon to see if that still correlate.
I'll be doing my first round of evolutions soon so I'll see if I can get some data on them. Not just the gameboy games, every game.
Chansey is still a beastly tank to this day, and is used very often in competitive battling. I remember reading somewhere, no idea where, that the size of the pokemon corresponded to CP and Health.
I just had a quick look and CP is not linked to either Height or Weight. So from your sheet which is awesome it seems CP and HP is the only correlations.
And the other stats seem to just make pokemon unique. Am I reading this right? It seems so, so far. Height and Weight tend to be linked as well, but we are not sure what they effect yet.
I hadn't noticed the link to the post due to mobile formatting. Thanks for the quick response. In that code dump from a week or two ago there was a number for how much their height and weight can vary from the average.
I suspect that any species. Will look the same. I notice that you included blue glow on your chart. I don't see how that's really relevant, blue glow just means that you've got them within that calendar day.
It was originally done a while ago now and I had now idea what it meant so I added it in. If you read the edits in my post you would see that mystery of the blue glow is solved.
If I had time I would redo it with a much larger sample and record as much data as possible with things like IV's that have come the light since my post.
We need a hero with the skills, free time and willingness to solve the mystery of Height and Weight for once and for all.
Hope this data helps.. So do you feel that perhaps the XL size and weight might have meant that it hit it's max HP earlier, with less powerups?
You can't compare two different pokemon with different move sets to generate that conclusion about weight.
Different moves and different pokemon will have different attack speeds. Compare two pokemon of the same species and move, but different weights, and see if there's a difference.
Here is one with two charmanders of similar sizes showing that the biggest one is the better in cp and more potential in cp growth but a little less health than the smaller one with less cp.
Pokemon GO Size does make a difference.. This is a very late reply, but your post is being put on top search results for this topic and is giving misleading info.
Your whole theory is wrong and I can tell immediately because you say weight affects how fast you attack, but if you go to any database where they lay out what fast moves and charge moves do what dmg, how much energy the generate or cost and how much time it takes to make the attacks you immediately will realize the flaw in your theory: Size doesnt matter when it comes to movesets.
If you get a faster attack you get a faster attack, and no smaller mons dont have a better chance to have a faster move, its all random.
Most mons can roll 1 of 2 fast moves and 1 of 3 possible charge moves. The only thwory I have where weight may be a factor is swiping left and right to dodge in battle.
It seems to me the heavier pokemon move very sluggishly when swiping and therefore cannot dodge as easy. You HP theory I have no idea if its right but Im inclined to think its wrong because its been proven there are hidden stats factoring into overall CP which affects HP called the "Pokemon IV's" look it up.
It may also be based on the idea of the world egg. When viewed from the front, its shape resembles an eye. Cosmoem may be a combination of cosmo and embryo.
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