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|Topic Started: Mar 10 2007, 05:51 PM (727 Views)|
|Scribbyz||Mar 10 2007, 05:51 PM Post #1|
The love system is a scale from -10 to +10 representing how your pokemon feels about you, where -10 suggests that it feels pure hatred towards you and +10 suggests that it feels undying adoration for you.
There are many benefits for having a good relationship with your pokemon, so it's worth your while making sure that they like you. The more your pokemon loves you the more it will listen to you, even if it's attitude says otherwise, so if your pokemon has a really troublesome personality then the key to getting it to do what you want is to be friends. Pokemon that really love their trainers also have a tendancy to fight harder for them, and will have a slightly higher chance of scoring a critical hit in battles.
Whether a pokemon's will love or hate you based on your actions or your treatment of it are largely dependant on it's personality, but here are some general tips for how to improve or ruin your relationship with your pokemon.
Ways for you to increase your pokemon's love for you:
- Letting them out of their pokeballs often and allowing them experience the world.
- Including them in conversations and allowing them to socialize with others.
- Giving them food or presents that they like.
- Taking them to places that they like.
- Generally being affectionate towards them and letting them know that you care.
- Taking how they feel and their opinions into consideration.
- Making friends with pokemon that they like.
- Winning battles.
- Doing things that they want to do.
Ways for you to decrease your pokemon's love for you:
- Keeping them in their pokeballs as often as possible, even when it's not necessary.
- Ignoring them in conversations and not allowing them to socialize with others.
- Giving them food or presents that they don't like, or not even bothering with presents and only feeding them bare necessities.
- Taking them to places that they don't like.
- Generally being distant and uncaring towards them.
- Making friends with pokemon that they don't like.
- Losing battles.
- Doing things that they don't want to do.
If you are worried that your pokemon might dislike you because you are making them do something that you know they don't like, try to balance it with something that you know that they'll like - a treat, a promise to go visit a favourite place or something else. If that fails, you can always try to simply explain why you are making them do something that they don't like and hope that they understand. Pokemon are fickle creatures sometimes, and developing a good relationship with your pokemon takes time. It's not the sort of thing that can drastically change in a week or a month, this is your pokemon's lasting opinion of you.
Edited by Scribbyz, Nov 1 2009, 06:54 PM.
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