(29 March 2014 - 01:24 AM)@BytePuncher you cannot trade back and forward between Gen 5 and Gen 6 no matter what type of DS you use, the Poke Transfer Order in the points shop is a service provided for members of Pokemon Plus that have bought Gen 4/5 pokemon form the points shop but have not bought Nintendo's Poke Bank and want to transfer pokemon from Gen 5 to Gen 6 and thus has nothing to do with purchasing the Poke Bank from Nintendo.
(28 March 2014 - 01:04 PM)To add on to what tigers1980 is saying: if a distributor has not transferred your purchases yet, but you decided to purchase more items a little later, you are not required to purchase another transfer order token as long as the total number of Pokemon adds up to 10 or less. If you are still deciding on purchases, please let the distributor serving you know so that you do not need to pay for another transfer order.
(21 March 2014 - 08:38 AM)@MadiMoo I don't think that there's any other way. I've tried doing trades between my 2DS w/ Pokemon Y and my DSiXL w/ White2 and it was a no-go. I don't have access to another 2DS to see if that would solve the White2-to-Y problem, but I'm thinking it probably won't since I think its a software issue and not a hardware one. I think Nintendo has specifically crafted only 1 specific way of transferring older Pokemon up to Pokemon Y, and that's thru the Bank.
(20 March 2014 - 04:06 PM)@Madimoo, you don't need to purchase a Poke Transfer Order for every pokemon you purchase (that would be a bit hard on you guys). You buy one for every distribution request you make and I think Chain was proposing a max of 10 per PTO.
(06 March 2014 - 03:51 AM)I just found it on the pokemon data base, but when I was originally searching it wasn't showing up in either the evolve list or the non-evolving list, I did something different this time, I'm going to have to try to remember what... lol
(06 March 2014 - 03:49 AM)oh, I have a quick question, how come information is difficult to come by for dedenne? I mean, I usually use pokemondb, but it doesn't seem to have this lil mouse in there lol
Heatran is a pretty good pokemon with some nice sets , it's not as famous as garchomp or pokes like that but its good if you train it and give it a role . Actually you should try to get heatran witha normal pokeball , its very cool in that . I capture all legend using only normal pokeball
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its possible to catch it with a pokeball..but be ready for alot of pokeballs..and make sure it has 1 hp..thats the lowest and the catchable rate that u can have..compare to other previous version..b/w/b2 and w2..the catch rate has been drop..u can catch legend ingame with any balls compare to the previous version where some legend require master ball to actually get them
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I'll close this since the question seems to be answered.
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You know, at this point adding more pokemon to make evolutions has officially stopped being uncreative and has become legitimately awesome, simply because they keep doing it consistently. At this point it is clear that the pokemon universe just works like that.
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