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White Cat
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posted 05-08-2001 06:02 PM      Profile for White Cat   Author's Homepage   Email White Cat      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
How exactly does this work?

- Do you get happiness from the individual games, or just the tournament?

- How much happiness do you get? Does the difficulty level make a difference?

- If you have more than one Pokemon that can participate in a game, how is it decided? Does it look in your party, then Box 1, then Box 2, etc?

- When you win a tournament, which of your Pokemon get happiness? All the usable Pokemon you have for all games? All the ones that participated in any game? The first one to participate? The one that's shown on the pedestal at the end?

- Does Girafarig need to know Headbutt in order to participate in the Furret game?

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dorkman
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posted 05-08-2001 08:26 PM      Profile for dorkman     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
-I know you get it from the individual games, but I don't know about tournament

-1 point. I don't think it does.

-What you said

-I don't know

-No it doesn't

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posted 05-09-2001 10:43 AM      Profile for KINGDOM   Author's Homepage   Email KINGDOM   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
White Cat:

I know for sure that you don't need to teach Girafarig Headbutt to play the furret games. My Girafarig has a regular competition moveset.

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posted 05-13-2001 11:21 AM      Profile for MacPPC   Email MacPPC   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
i too would like to know wich pkmn gets the happiness, i believe that it's the one that stands at the pedestal, but what decides who stands there?

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White Cat
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posted 05-13-2001 07:20 PM      Profile for White Cat   Author's Homepage   Email White Cat      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Actually, I found that if you wait, it will eventually cycle through additional Pokemon on the pedestal. Also, in one tournament I was in one Eager Eevee, which I lost, and then my Eevee never appeared on the pedestal when I won the tournament. So assuming that the pedestal means something, only the Pokemon that won a round get happiness.

But if the same Pokemon participates in and wins more than one round, does it get extra happiness?

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