Have you heard of aura, or anything of that nature? What about a Pokemon of that nature? Well there is one, it is known as a Lucario. Lucario is the aura Pokemon. He was one of the first Sinnoh region Pokemon introduced. It was during the end of third generation. Lucario is a fighting type Pokemon, he is a pretty good battler, from everything to Close Combat to Aura Sphere. Lucario is also a steel type Pokemon. This can add to his defensive powers. The pre evolved from of Lucario is Riolu. Riolu can’t be found easily, you have to usually get it as an egg in the Sinnoh region games, which are Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.
On Iron Island a man named Riley will give you an egg after you and him get through the cave. Hatch this egg and you will get a Riolu. Riolu will evolve into a Lucario with friendship during the daytime. Lucario may not seem that amazing but he really is or has at least the potential to do so. Lucario is famous as the star of the eighth Pokemon movie Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. A Lucario from the past is sent into a staff which releases itself during the present. He noticed how everything has changed and learns some new things. He doesn’t trust humans because his old master imprisoned him in a staff so he believes that he was no hero.
Lucario starts off in the present kind of closed, not wanting to get to loosened up pretty much. But throughout he slowly begins to open up and the people start learning some new things about Lucario as well. It is a pretty good movie, I suggest you watch it sometime. Anyway Lucario is good in Pokemon battles and just as a teammate. His typing his great fighting and steel, fire and fighting are his weaknesses, I know there might be more but those are the only ones that I remember. What do you think of Lucario, is he good or bad, your favorite, your least favorite, what is your opinion on him?
Tags: Lucario, Riolu
By Harry Ackerman
Everywhere you see articles and charts etc, on what a Pokemon’s best nature would be, but what if your Pokemon doesn’t have that one specific nature then what? What are some other good natures for it? In article i shall be talking about other good natures, and sometimes bad ones, and some really good moves (or at least in my opinion) for each Pokemon to have. 🙂
Just keep in mind this isn’t 100% accurate because the most beneficial natures for a Pokemon to have can be highly dependent on what moves you teach it.
This time I’ll talk about Pikachu, Lucario, Scrafty, and Vaporeon. 🙂
Now let’s see, for Pikachu anything that would be lowering the speed stat might not be very good for the little fella since that’s Pikachu’s highest base stat, and defense is Pikachu’s lowest stat so you probably wouldn’t want a nature that lowers that either. If you teach your Pikachu all special attacks though, then obviously it’s physical attack stat isn’t needed and therefore would probably be best to have a nature that lowers Attack and raises Special Attack; a modest nature to be precise.
But if you’re like me and teaches your Pikachu a mix of special and physical attacks I’d say it would be best for your Pikachu to have a Neutral nature (just to prevent a few headaches and keep things simple), but it’s up to you and what you teach it. 🙂
And now for Lucario, I’d say anything that lowers his Special Attack isn’t good since that’s his best stat and tends to be used a lot. Especially with what I think is his signature move Aura Sphere.
Continue reading “Pokemon Attacks And Natures #1”
Tags: Lucario, Pikachu, Scrafty, Vaporeon
Following in the footsteps of a previous generation of many good and unique shiny Pokemon, the fourth generation hit quite a few flat notes. No Pokemon from the Sinnoh region was graced with a shiny event distribution, and for quite a number of monsters the color change is barely a few shades different. However, like with every generation, some do stand out and are very popular for one reason or another. Starting with legendaries, both Giratina and Cresselia have very unusual shiny colorations, and are two of my personal favorites. Continue reading “Fourth Generation Shiny Pokemon Review”
Tags: Cresselia, Drapion, Gallade, Giratina, Lucario, Ralts, Sinnoh Region