Trainer Shop Jan 22, 2013 12:17:14 GMT -6
Post by Akira on Jan 22, 2013 12:17:14 GMT -6
Whether you're trying to evolve your Pokemon or teach it new moves, this is the place to go.
Evolution - Here, student and student alike can evolve their Pokemon. In order to purchase an evolution, the Pokemon you wish to evolve must have participated in at least a certain number of Exp Points, which can be obtained by either battling or posting in the Training Area. This applies to each Evolution stage...which means no bypassing the middle-stage and going straight to the final form, even if you have enough to buy both Evolutions.
Buying this will allow a basic-stage Pokemon that evolves once, like Growlithe and Sandshrew, to reach their final form. This covers all methods of evolution available in the game, including Evolution Stones and trading. The Pokemon you wish to evolve must have gained at least eight Exp Points before it can evolve. Because it evolves much sooner than other Pokemon, the cost for evolving Kricketot is cut in half, and only four Exp Points are needed to evolve it.
Cost: 1000 TP
Multiple Stage Evolution (1)
Buying this will allow a basic-stage Pokemon that evolves twice, like Charmander and Geodude, to reach their middle-stage form. This covers all methods of evolution available in the game, including Evolution Stones and Friendship. The Pokemon you wish to evolve must have gained at least six Exp Points before it can evolve. Because they evolve much sooner than other Pokemon, the cost for evolving Caterpie, Weedle, Wurmple, and Scatterbug is cut in half, and only three Exp Points are needed to evolve them.
Cost: 700 TP
Multiple Stage Evolution (2)
Buying this will allow a middle-stage Pokemon, like Charmeleon and Graveler, to reach their final form. This covers all methods of evolution available in the game, including Evolution Stones and Friendship. The Pokemon you wish to evolve must have gained at last seven Exp Points. Because they evolve much sooner than other Pokemon, the cost for evolving Metapod, Kakuna, Silcoon, Cascoon and Spewpa is cut in half, and only four Exp Points are needed to evolve them.
Cost: 900 TP
Though many would probably question why such an option exists, it exists nonetheless. By purchasing this, a fully-evolved Pokemon you own will revert to its basic form. If the Pokemon knows an Extra Move that its basic form is incapable of learning (for example, de-evolving a Charizard that knows Fly into a Charmander), then that move is permanently lost. Still, it's a good option to have for anyone who owns a Pokemon that has multiple evolutions, just on the off-chance they end up wishing they had chosen something else.
Cost: 1,000 TP for Pokemon with two stages; 1,600 TP for Pokemon with three stages
Learning Moves - Whether you want to teach it a new move or increase the number of moves a Pokemon can know at the same time, this is the place to go. When you purchase one of this these, please specify which move you're getting, and which Pokemon you're giving it to.
This is where one can buy an Extra Move for their Pokemon, which can be a TM move, and HM move, or a Move Tutor move. Unless you buy a Move Upgrade (Extra), a Pokemon cannot learn more than four Extra moves. Also, in the case of TM/HM moves, I want to make it clear that you are not buying the actual TM or HM. You are simply paying to have the move taught to your Pokemon. TMs can still be obtained during certain events, but I have no plans on making HMs readily available to anyone. At least, not at the moment
Cost: 200 TP for TM and Move Tutor moves; 500 TP for HM moves.
Don't like one of the Normal Moves your Pokemon has? You can go here to replace one of those moves with a different one. You can also use this to teach a Pokemon a move that is normally exclusive to the Dream World (for example, Mareep can be taught Shock Wave, a move it cannot learn by level-up, but can know when obtained in the Dream World).
Cost: 150 TP
An experimental but (so far) successful method of teaching Pokemon new moves. Specifically, it allows a Pokemon to learn one of their Egg Moves, which is normally only obtainable through breeding. Unfortunately, there's a lot more work involved with this, and, as such, it's a bit more costly then the move learning options. Some may find it well worth it, though.
Cost: 400 TP
Move Upgrade (Normal)
Usually, a Pokemon is limited to four Normal Moves. However, by purchasing this, the Pokemon may learn an additional two Normal Moves. Once this has been purchased, the Pokemon may instantly learn two new moves, free of charge. Can only be purchased once per Pokemon.
Cost: 1,600 TP
Move Upgrade (Extra)
Usually, a Pokemon is limited to four Extra Moves. However, by purchasing this, the Pokemon may learn an additional two Extra Moves. Unlike the Normal Move upgrade, the two extra moves much be purchased separately. Can only be purchased once per Pokemon.
Cost: 1,600 TP
Other Augments - For anything else that doesn't fall into the above categories.
If you don't like your Pokemon's Ability, or would simply prefer a different one, then you may go here to change your Pokemon's Ability. If you so wish, you may even change it to that particular Pokemon's Hidden Ability, which are otherwise inaccessible.
Cost: 1,600 TP
Don't like the way a normal Pokemon looks? Prefer its shiny appearance? Well then, look no further. By purchasing this item, you may change one of your Pokemon into a shiny Pokemon. Or vice versa, if you so prefer. Despite what its name might imply, this does not let you change the Pokemon's color to whatever you want. As awesome as a black Gyarados or a red Gardevoir might be...yeah. Not gonna happen.
Cost: 2,000 TP
Probably one of the more controversial options available in this shop, the Genderswap is exactly what it sounds like. It lets you change the gender of one of your Pokemon. There are some minor side effects though. When a Pokemon's gender is changed, it will become temporarily unable to breed. Additionally, it will become immune to the Infatuation status. Of course, both of these effects only lasts until it gets used to its new body, which generally takes about two weeks. And finally, this cannot be purchased for any Pokemon who only have one gender (i.e. Tauros or Lilligant), or for any Pokemon who are genderless.
Cost: 2,000 TP