Well, it's been a while hasn't it?
I'll do e-reffing for any battle in either bracket if somebody needs it done.
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Of course I'm not forcing you to do anything if you don't want to, but seriously, what have you got to lose? Five seconds of your life?
Rotating has the same priority as switching.A couple of questions:
Does rotating out have the same priority as switching out would, or is it affected by speed?
How is experience going to be distributed?
This is not intentional. All rotations take a full action. Dig and earthquake still work in this arena.I realize that taking an action to rotate is to balance the mechanic and all, but the description as is implies that fliers/levitators can avoid this because there is no "footing" to regain. Is this intentional? And would things like earthquake and/or dig still work in this arena?
No--thick fat just confers resistance to ice, and pokémon that resist ice attacks aren't spared the arena's effect.Would the thick fat ability reduce the amount of health/energy lost at the end of each round?
Lord of the Fireflies was previously in the tournament, though, which is what I assume he meant about "reserv[ing] the late-bracket spot in case [no] one shows up".Lord of the Fireflies gets the sixth because he was the next to express interest, even though he mistakenly thought it was full. I'm sorry, Wargle, but at no point was I taking reservations for the late bracket.
Negrek said:All pokémon that spend at least some time on the battlefield (presumably all of them, but hey, anything's possible) get one EXP. Each KO that a pokémon scores is worth another EXP.
Hmm, I thought that might be the case, but was too lazy to go back and check. In that case, skip Lord of the Fireflies, skip Skyman, and in the end Wargle gets the sixth slot. Funny how that works out.True, I was assuming everybody was aware.
Well, that was the question I was trying to answer before, so I suppose I'll try again--no. A pokémon earns additional EXP only upon actually knocking out an opponent. Simply being "alive" at the time that another pokémon earned a KO is worth nothing.Er, I guess I should be a bit more clear. Do Pokemon "in reserve" still receive those KO points, or just the one who is actively battling. A possible total of 12 exp (or, in res' case, $300) seems a bit high to me.
No.Is the 5% damage every round in the Cold Storage affected by the Damage Cap?