>What is a good time for you? It's 11 PM where I am right now (USA central time zone)
I am after your time for 15 hours.
Can you battle your 22:00~24:00 on Saturday?(I am 13:00~15:00 on Sunday. )
And,may I record the BattleVideo?
>I have another question about the American and Japanese players, though. A lot of the players who consider themselves "good" like to cheat and use programs like PokeSAV to hack their pokemon (and they get away with it). People on sites like smogon.com think there's nothing wrong with that, and it makes me angry because I take the time to raise my pokemon the correct way. (they say "oh that is the stupid way!")
It will not be a thing with a certainly bad condition. However, it is data and not a fair play.
I had encountered the event before. However, I have not understood the answer.
>In general, do you think the Japanese players cheat as much?
No, I do not think.
All players in Japan that I know prepare the Pokemon and the item spending time.
Otherwise, there might not be manners to lend and borrow the Pokemon and the item.
However, the preliminary contest winner of a part of WCS seems to have had injustice to our regret.
(Some the people who analyzed the BattleVideo exposed it. )
>another thing I have noticed is that for example, move sets. If I battle some people and use a move set that is not the "right" one, people call me an idiot, even if i won. Does the Japanese metagame just have different "standard" move sets, or are people just more open minded?
I do not think that there is true "right"Move.
Four movements that can be thought to be "right" are whats the party decides it.(four Pokemons)
For instance, the Metagross that doesn't use MeteorMash either exists.
If it is not admitted, the opponent should not be a person.
>Yes, that should be a good time. You can record if you want (but I'm a little embarassed! It's ok, though)
>so, 4 vs 4, level 50 double battle is ok?
>and don't get me wrong, I wasn't saying ALL americans cheat but.. well, I think people get so used to having the pokemon handed to them (like on shoddy battle, you just put in numbers and have them immediately) so they think that is how it should always be.
>Unfortunately I only would use a pokemon I got in a trade if it was from a close friend, because I'm afraid it would be hacked :(
>Though, I prefer to use a pokemon I raised on my own anyway. Even if i get it from a friend, I like to train it myself. (sometimes getting a pokemon from someone else will make it more special, i think)
Thank you for a quick reply.
You fight and I can fight right now if it is unquestionable.