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Shizeria last won the day on April 12 2020

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  1. Glad to hear! We'll be closing the thread as closed, then. Have a good day! Shizeria
  2. Hi @Hanine Thank you for the report. By reviewing their code, we've noticed a large design flaw in that if the player loses against the Petalburg Gym trainers, they would not open the doors and would no longer be challengeable for a week, leaving the player stuck for this long period. As such, we decided to change them to the Reworked trainer functionality, so players can challenge them again after losing. That said, you said you did not lose, and seeing you have some level 100 Pokemons in your team, we also believe it to be a very unlikely scenario. We verified your variables, and the door should also be opened, so we're a little clueless on why you are unable to pass through. As such, we'd like you to try the following: 1. Try leaving and reentering the Gym. 2. Try closing and reopening the game client. 3. Try challenging that trainer again. The change we applied should have reset his cooldown. Let us know if you were able to go through the door! Shizeria
  3. Hi Ackmed. Sorry for the late reply! We're unfortunately unable to reproduce the issue on our end, and the description of the error returned is the most... unhelpful possible ("Error: Operation Successful"). Furthermore, the location where it happens really shouldn't be causing errors, especially since it's the same structure and logic as the other Elite Four members. As such, we'd like to get a little more information. Can you please answer these questions? When exactly does the error happen? It seems to be before the fight, but do you see any dialog before the message? Is this your first attempt at the Johto Pokemon League? If not, have you done anything special before this attempt? Is this error still happening today? For information, you can still leave the area with an Escape Rope. Or if you don't have any, I think challenging another player to a friendly battle and losing also sends you back to the Pokemon Center? But if the issue is still happening, we'll look into finding a way to let you continue through the game. Shizeria
  4. Alright, that's good enough information. It does sound like you had defeated her while the issue was still present. I've unhidden May in front of Lavaridge Gym for you. She will give you the Go-Goggles by speaking to her. Let us know if you were able to receive them and enter the desert! Shizeria
  5. Hi Wilokel, May should still appear even after using an Escape Rope after defeating Flannery, since her appearance is tied to the Gym Leader script. However, immediately after my Gym Leader Rework, we had received a report that May did not appear after defeating Flannery, which was unfortunately missed during the testing phase of the rework. Fortunately, talking to her has no consequence on variables and story, with the only exception of missing the needed item to enter the desert. The fix was not retroactive, so we need to solve the cases manually. We will work on giving you back the item, but could you confirm to us at which time you defeated Flannery? This is important information to make sure that the issue is indeed what I've described, and not something else. Shizeria
  6. Those have been relocated. Thunder is now in the Kanto Power Plant. Egg Bomb is now sold by a new NPC at Fuchsia City that sells Generation 1 exclusive TMs.
  7. Instead of recreating the NPC for Power-Up Punch, we decided it would be better to just have it relocated and rebalanced as well. Power-Up Punch is now available to purchase at Eumi Island Theme Park 1's TM Shop, and its price has been reduced from 15,000 (or 12,000/u with the bulk purchase) to 7,000 pokedollars.
  8. Sorry about that, it wasn't intended. We'll be recreating the NPC soon!
  9. Energy Ball got swapped directly with Grass Knot. So Grass Knot is now at Eterna Gym, while Energy Ball is at one of Love Island's Houses.
  10. The Gym Leaders do drop money for their Badge battle, although it now happens inside the battle window instead of outside. As such, the amount scales with the level of their Pokemon. The received amount may thus be lower for the earlier gyms, and higher for the later gyms. As for rematches and Copycat Lamsie, we preferred to have them focused as a leveling up method, along with item rewards for the Gym Rematches. It could be something to add for the rematches, but for Copycat Lamsie, since she's a trainer that you can technically keep battling over and over as players keep doing Story, it would potentially become a large money income, hence why we preferred to keep her specialized as a leveling method.
  11. Don't worry, all the TMs are still available somewhere! Making the players search for them is not one of the goals, so we're looking to update you all with the information. In the meanwhile, I'm open to answer regarding specific TMs. For the TMs you have asked, Toxic, Psychic and Earthquake have not moved, they are still available in the same Gyms. Flamethrower, Thunderbolt and Ice Beam are now available in every Department Store, but you will need at least 6 badges of the corresponding region.
  12. Yeah, I'm aware some people could prefer one over the other, but this was the logical choice. From a story point of view, Juan only replaced Wallace because he became the Champion, but we still have Steven as the Champion. Furthermore, there has never been any Gym that required the challenger to fight two Gym Leaders separately. From a gameplay point of view, they just had similar teams, so there was no point to fight both. That said, Juan is still a character that exists in the world of PRO. We'll definitely look into seeing how we could potentially reintroduce Juan, maybe as a Boss, or as a Quest character. For now, the focus was on giving a new life to the Gym Leaders and all that rotates around them.
  13. Hello everyone! Every Gym Leader has been reworked! The following has been changed: Gym Leaders now have better dialogs and more balanced teams. An often requested feature, Gym Leader can now be rechallenged after completing their region! They're stronger than regular trainers, but weaker than bosses. Every Gym is now assigned a unique TM, both used by the Gym Leader and sold by the Gym Guide. Due to this, various TMs and Tutor Moves may now be obtained from different locations. Furthermore, a new NPC, Copycat Lamsie, makes her appearance nearby Gyms. She will copy the team of the latest player who won against the Gym Leader, and you will be able to fight her for experience every time she copies a new team. Here's the specifics for each change. Regular Gym Leader Challenge: Most Gym Leaders got their dialogs rewritten, to be more complete and in-character. Money is always rewarded during battle instead of outside, and therefore scales with their level. Just like before, Gym Leaders will no longer give experience after you lose to them. However, they will give experience again if you wait a full day before rechallenging them. Their teams have been balanced to be better adapted for their level. Some of them have also changed level to better fit the expected level of the player. Gym Leaders now have EV points spread into all their stats. The higher their level, the more EV points they have, without going over the normal 510 limit. Gym Leader Rematch: Gym Leaders are now available to be battled again once you complete the Elite Four of their region. You can expect them to be as strong as the Champion, if not a bit more. The final Gym Leader of a region is slightly stronger, and always have one Mega Pokemon in their team. Gym Leader Rematches reward experience and items related to their type, but no money. They might be good for getting the last few levels of a Pokemon? Gym Leader Rematches have a cooldown of 7 days, regardless of if you have won or lost. TM Sellers: Every Gym now has a unique TM assigned to it, which cannot be purchased anywhere else. Due to this design decision, certain Gym Leaders were assigned TMs that they never used in the original games. The first purchase of a TM is half price, making it easier of access during story. The next purchases are full price, or 5 for the price of 4, just like before. Due to the new distribution of TMs, some TMs such as Roost are no longer available outside of the Gym, while other moves such as Energy Ball are now taught or sold elsewhere. Every TM and Move Tutor available before the update still remain available somewhere. We have also balanced the prices to be more consistent and representative of the power of the move. Right now, this is only applied on the affected TMs and Tutors, but it is planned to rebalance all of them in the future. Department Stores now have two TM sellers, one of which always have the same selection of TMs regardless of the region. The more badges you have completed in the region, the better the TMs they will sell! A new TM seller is now in Fuchsia City. She sells TMs that were exclusive to Generation 1, and as such, that can only be taught to the original 151 Pokemon. Copycat Lamsie: Lamsie becomes available to fight whenever you defeat the corresponding Gym Leader. Her team will be the exact same as the team of the player who last defeated the Gym Leader. However, she will ignore teams that she judges are too strong, usually as a result of trading with another player. Fighting her rewards experience, but no money. It can be a cool way to gain levels if you feel you're too weak, or if you want to train a new Pokemon. Her cooldown lasts until she copies a new team. That is, the more people are doing Story, the smaller her cooldown will be. Specific changes: The stats of Viridian's Gym Leader's Pokemon have been adjusted. It now has less offensive stats, but a lot more HP, just like a mini-boss. This should make it easier for many Pokemon to be able to contribute to the fight without relying to cheese strategies. Just like in the original games, Blue replaces Viridian's Gym Leader after completing Kanto's Pokemon League. He will be the one offering the rematch instead of the original Gym Leader. Tate and Liza are no longer separate NPCs to fight. You will fight both of them at the same time, although still as a regular battle style. Juan has been removed. You only need to fight Wallace to receive Sootopolis' badge. If you have any feedback regarding the Gym Leader rework, let us know! I'm particularly looking for the following feedback: Is there any Gym Leader that you feel is too strong or too weak? Have you found any team copied by Copycat Lamsie that you feel should have been ignored? We will be keeping track of your feedback and may adjust the features as needed to keep everything balanced.
  14. Hi Moethchdn. I'm glad that we were able to return you back outside the quest area along with your rewards. Regarding this, Wonder Room is indeed intended. The fight was made to make you alternate using Physical and Special moves according to if Wonder Room is up or not. Unfortunately, the AI uses Support moves very inconsistently, so it can happen that it never gets used in the battle. Have a good day, Shizeria
  15. No, unfortunately, no variable was modified after the battle, meaning that leaving is synonym to giving up. Fortunately, this also means that you did not lose any retry, so if you had any retry remaining, you will be able to try again multiple times even if RNG does not favor you. Best regards, Shizeria
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