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    From Discord: He is aware of the issue and the site will be back up as soon as it is possible.
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    Hey guys....i am hosting a giveaway....again. This time its pretty good one.. Yes it is a DP Shadow Fairy and with 500k exp...I trained it thats why its fair...Gonna complete my 3rd wonderful year of Vortex...Love you all and back.... Giveaway ends within 1 month..yes thats long. To Enter entering is a piece of cake just 1)Your IGN 2)What you love most about Vortex?? Well thats it Best of luck for the giveaway GL Thanks Pat for making my childhood wonderful (Waiting for someone) NO DOUBLE POST Ending on April 10th
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    Hi @Patrick, I've recently been updating the map pool pages for Vortex's wiki, (for example, https://wiki.pokemon-vortex.com/wiki/Map_11) I've used these pages since I started, and last night I updated them all to reflect on v4 changes - adding ultra beasts, moving things to the rare section that were common in the past, removing things that don't spawn anymore (like ivysaur, shelgon etc) and adding about 30+ missing gen 7s and fixing up things that appear day and/or night. I've gotten it to the point where I'm quite happy but am feeling there's still a few inaccuracies or things missing particularly from the rare pools, and was wondering if you possibly had a document that listed all of the appearances, rarities and day/night specifics of each map so I can make these pages 110% accurate, as https://wiki.pokemon-vortex.com/wiki/List_of_Pokemon_By_Location this page still lists some pokes like ivysaur as catchable. Its all good if not, just thought I'd ask before trying to figure out the data between some map hunting friends. I'm also happy to help with adding in the gen 8 pokes when they are incorporated into the game when that time comes, or fixing some minor v4 errors on the list of pokes by location page, just let me know Thanks!
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    All starter Pokémon, including Squirtle, Charmander and Bulbasaur are rare in the wild. This means they are harder to find than Pokémon such as Onix, Buneary and Sneasel. If you're having difficulty finding them in the wild, other ways to find them include trading for them, or buying them on PokéBay.
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    Have you tried resetting your password via email? When you attempt to logon to Vortex, under the username and password section there's a little link called "forgot your password?", if you signed up with a correct email you'll be able to regain entry that way.
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    Well i was kinda thinking if there is any possibility of adding a mining mini-game in the game, where we can mine for certain stones (common/uncommon/rare) and sometimes some rare items, also with the increase in level of mining the higher the rate will be for getting the rare stuffs from mining. Also an implementation of a mining shop where we can trade those stones for cetarin pokes, avatar or pds. (sorry for bad english)
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    I have picture proof that Patrick said he was giving me an Arceus (Unknown) set for my Birthday around 2 years ago. This is why ya'll don't trust the British.
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    It's all down to luck. Sometimes you can find them back to back and sometimes you won't see one all day.
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    Dark pokemon have 25% attack power, their attacks are more powerful than the other types. Shadow pokemon are immune to all other pokemon types like if faced with a mystic pokemon in a battle, shadow pokemons don't get scared. Did I clear things out?
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    Starting November 1st 2018, the Pokémon contents of Mystery Boxes will be changed monthly to resolve two issues within Pokémon Vortex's trade and auction economy. The first issue being that some old event Pokémon are impossible to obtain due to very low numbers of them existing. The second issue is that the current Mystery Box Pokémon drop of Rotom forms are too high and rapidly lose value as more boxes are obtained and opened. SO, the change, effective immediately will be that old event Pokémon (but not seasonal event Pokémon such as Halloween or Christmas) will be rotated through Mystery Boxes monthly starting off with November's Mystery Box Pokémon - Volcanion This Pokémon will be rotated out of Mystery Boxes on December 1st 2018 and so on, on monthly intervals. Here is a list of the following changes through to the end of September 2019: November 1st 2018 - November 30th 2018 December 1st 2018 - December 31st 2018 January 1st 2019 - January 31st 2019 February 1st 2019 - February 28th 2019 March 1st 2019 - March 31st 2019 April 1st 2019 - April 30th 2019 May 1st 2019 - May 31st 2019 June 1st 2019 - June 30th 2019 As of June 1st 2019, the avatar pool of Mystery Boxes will no longer be exclusively "Premium Avatars". Instead, it will have the chance to drop every single avatar except those reserved for special occasions such as Exclusive Auctions. July 1st 2019 - July 31st 2019 August 1st 2019 - August 31st 2019 September 1st 2019 - September 30th 2019 October 1st 2019 - October 31st 2019 As of November 1st 2019, the Pokémon pool of Mystery Boxes will no longer be exclusively one Pokémon. Instead, every past event Pokémon will be included and as events are rolled out and end, that Pokémon will join the Mystery Box Pokémon pool. Hopefully these continued changes monthly will make these Pokémon more widely available over time.
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    Key: t = Total Experience a = Average Experience u = Unique Pokémon b = Battle Count / (Wins) (√t * √a * √u * Log(b)) / 1000
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    Guide for Perfect Exp. Before you guys say that there are already posts like this, please read this: I am aware that there is already a similar topic in the Vortex Wiki, but it did not explain how to even out pokemon with exp not ending with 0 or 5. The following charts only apply for level 100 Pokemon. Hope this helps! Training Accounts (full teams of 6) Number of Your Pokemon in Battle Exp Gained 1 3,000 2 1,500 3 1,000 4 750 5 600 6 500 Gym Leaders Kanto Gym Leader Number of Your Pokemon in Battle Exp Gained Brock 1 140 2 70 Misty 1 325 2 163 3 108 Lt. Surge 1 600 2 300 3 200 4 150 Odd Exp. If your pokemon has an odd last digit of its exp (with an exception of 5), here is one way to make it 0 or 5: -Use 5 of your own pokemon to battle a gym with 5 pokemon. The easiest gyms with 5 pokemon are the Saffron City Gym or Fuchsia City Gym. They will give you 259 exp. -Battle Misty with 2 or 3 pokemon. This is the easiest way to even out odd exp. (see the chart for the exact exp gained) Please PM me if you notice an inaccurate datum
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    Trading my mystic Arceus fairy for shiny hoopa unbound or unique arceus unknown If anyone have they can msg me
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    Calling it right now.. We're gonna have a reroll
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    eurstin I love that I don't plan to quit the game, as it is a low time commitment and is pretty relaxing when played in small amounts
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