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Level-evo-moves by Corvid-Veil

Now that you have your Pokemon and you're thinking about how to get your Pokemon big and strong, you're probably wondering how you do that! Well, here's your answer!

How to Level, Evolve, and Teach your Pokemon moves!


Leveling With Art


Standard Art 
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Full Body: 3 Levels (%70 or more of the body showing)
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Partial/Chibi: 2 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Headshot/Sketch: 1 Level
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Gift Art: 2 Levels to a Pokemon of your choice (Payments, Battles, Events or anything where you are getting something in exchange will NOT receive gift levels!)
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Shading: 3 Levels (Must be noticeable to count!)

Clean Lines without Color = -1 Level from whatever category it falls under.


Gijinka Presence
(When you draw your Pokemon as a human. These levels only count for personal works. Gijinkas of your Pokemon are not allowed within group sanctioned activities: such as events/Battles/battle station/contests etc.) 
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Full Body: 4 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Partial/Headshot: 3 levels
       There is no bonus for shading or background of your Gijinkas, shading and background are solely bonus for drawing your Pokemon as Pokemon. 

Trainer bonus
        Simple Pokeball Bullet When trainer is present in the piece all Pokemon within that piece gain 4 Additional levels. (Does not apply to pictures with your Gijinka Pokemon)

Note: Only ONE trainer can be claimed per person regardless of how many trainers are presented within a writing/art/roleplay piece. These bonuses do not stack.
    
Backgrounds and Landscapes
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Complex Background: (Backgrounds that show a full scenery such as an enchanted forest, arid desert, populated beach, etc.) + 3 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Simple Background: (Backgrounds that show no true scenery such as gradients, Poka-dots, nondescript scenery, etc.) + 2 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Glow Background: (Backgrounds that show a simple glow around a character and nothing more.) + 1 Level

--  Please note! You cannot claim levels to a reused background. This is very cheatsy and we'll be quite disappointed in you! --



Animations
Animations will stack with levels already present! Like backgrounds and shading!
So a Fullbody(3 Levels), a Simple Background (2 Levels), and a Complex Animation bonus(5 Levels) will equal 10 Levels and will stack for each new frame as long as it has changed somehow besides a blink or a smile!

        Simple Pokeball Bullet Simple Animation (Blinking, Bouncing in place, smiling, etc.) + 2 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Complex Animation (Running, Walking, etc.) + 5 Levels

Pixels
Pixels will follow the same rules as normal art!
    Simple Pokeball Bullet charmander this would count as a full body and charmander this would be a chibi!



Leveling with Writing

        Simple Pokeball Bullet 200 Word Piece: +1 Level
        Simple Pokeball Bullet 400 Word Piece: +2 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet 600 Word Piece: +3 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet 800 Word Piece: +4 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet 1000 Word Piece: +5 Levels
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Every 200 words after 1000 will add 1 Level to your current level count!
        Simple Pokeball Bullet Presence of Trainer in Writing: +4 Levels (Per Pokemon, Only Once)
Note: Only ONE trainer can be claimed per person regardless of how many trainers are presented within a writing/art/roleplay piece. This bonuses do not stack.


Move Learning

Perhaps you want to teach your Pokemon a new move! Here is how you do that!

    Simple Pokeball Bullet Draw 1 to 2 pictures of a Pokemon learning the move. As long as it's in action and shows the move, it counts! (Must be Full Body and Colored!)
    Simple Pokeball Bullet Write at least 200 words relating to your Pokemon learning a move (as long as it makes sense)
    Simple Pokeball Bullet Use TM or Unusual Berry. if you are having trouble drawing the move or don't have the time you can sue one of these items to bypass the art/writing requirements to teach your pokemon a move. 
    Simple Pokeball Bullet Unusual Berries allow you to teach your pokemon a move not within their species move pool. However this does need to make sense . No Ninetails learning hydro pump, but Ninetails learning Tri attack would work. 
    Simple Pokeball BulletLegend Specific Moves: Only Legend or Legend Hybrids can learn other Legend Specific Moves. Example: A Moltres or Victini/Charmander can learn fusion Flare a Flareon while Charizard/Magmortar cannot.
    Simple Pokeball Bullet Delta Moves: Pokemon who have a delta can learn any of the delta moves so long as it makes sense. Example: Fire Delta Gyrados could learn Fire Spin, or Flame charge but Fire punch probably wouldn't work well for it.

As long as it is listed as a teachable move for your Pokemon, you may teach a Pokemon that move! through art or writing, anything else Will need a Unusual Berry. 

Specific moves/Pokemon mechanics in Pocket Island



There is a few pokemon that have some strange works especially with moves, or moves with strange workings. So below are the current pokemon/moves  that have different workings in Pocket Island then they do in the games. 

Smergal and Sketch: 
Simple Pokeball Bullet Sketch will be learn-able once, like any other move.
Simple Pokeball Bullet Sketch will be learn-able once, like any other move. Effects are temporary however, meaning it can only be used within the entry you drew/wrote it in and is not permanently learned. (To use the same move again the smeargle much sketch it again in another piece.)
Simple Pokeball Bullet Since this particular pokemon can learn any TM/HMs in the game, it can learn any from Pokemon X&Y, ORAS, and SM games. However, by the rule of the Jumble Berry it must make sense. Meaning a traitless smeargle cannot learn fly without a flying pokemon hybrid or flying delta.
Simple Pokeball Bullet However, Smeargle has been given the normal delta treatment in the group. So it can learn any normal type move without using a jumble berry! But still needs to make sense meaning no smeargle should learn Guillotine nor Horn Drill since it possess no trait to learn this move. (Unless the smeargle is hybrid with a mon that has such features, or delta that gives it these features.)
Unown and Hidden Power:
Simple Pokeball BulletHidden power in game is a move that is normal typing but changes based on the nature and aspects of the Pokemon. In Pocket you will be able to chose the typing of your Hidden power. Once chosen this cannot be changed for that Pokemon.
Simple Pokeball Bullet Similar to Smeargle, Similar to Smeargle, Unown only knows one move, to counter this we've decided that Unown will naturally be able to learn any Psychic type moves; that are not Legendary moves and make sense. (A traitless Unown shouldn’t learn a move that requires hands, tail, or fangs because it doesn’t have any! If it was hybrid with such pokemon or delta that can grant it these features then it can.)



Evolution


Evolution! One of the many goals of being a Pokemon master, to train and level your Pokemon to its greatest potential! It is all something we look forward to so here are some tips and tricks to help all you up and coming trainers to make the best Pokemon teams possible!
To evolve your Pokemon you need to meet a variety of criteria based on the species of your Pokemon. Just like in the game Pokemon can evolve through a variety of means so here are the break down of how Pokemon can evolve. 

    Simple Pokeball Bullet  Pokemon that evolve just by leveling up need to be at that level or above that level to take on their new form or forms. Level up evolution can     only be bypassed by use of a the item Upgrade which allows you to not only evolve toy Pokemon but evolve your Pokemon by levels. 
    Simple Pokeball Bullet  Any Pokemon that does not evolve through level up will need an item called Evolution scale. This item acts as the means to evolve those       Pokemon that need stones/held Items/Special locations/Special weather conditions in the game. Evolution scales will take priority over levels     only for the species that needs it. 
    -Example: Litwick evolves to Lampent at Level 41. So Litwick nees to be level 41+ to evolve. Lampent which needs a stone to evolve can evolve at any level with the use of a Evolutoon scale. 
    -Example: Sliggo in game evolves to Goodra at Level 50+ when in the rain. In pocket Sliggo can evolve at any level with the use of a Evolution scale
    Simple Pokeball Bullet  Pokemon do not gain moves through Evolution, however they will keep their starter and moves from their prior form. 


Fun With Hybrid evolution!


Level Only Lines!
To explain how Hybrids evolve lets start with a simple example of a hybrid who's contained species only need levels to evolve. For this example we will be using a Mankey/Sandile! 

Simple Pokeball Bullet  1st lets check when each Pokemon evolves individual. Maneky evolves to Primeape at Level 28 while Sandile evolves to Krokorok at Level 29.
Simple Pokeball Bullet   In Pocket we go by highest level priority. Sandile has the highest level requirement with a level of 29 needed to evolve. This means that to get your Primeape/Krokorok you would need to raise your Pokemon to be level 29+ Pretty simple right? Well what if we want to go to Sandile's final form?
Simple Pokeball Bullet  Krokorok needs to be at level 40 before it can evolve into Krookodile. Simple! All you would need to do is ensure that your Primeape/Krokorok is at least at level 40 and you can easily obtain your Primeape/Krookodile!


Scale Needed Line!
Now that you have the basics lets go to something a little more challenging. A hybrid who's species need levels and a stone to evolve! For this example we will be using an Eevee/Totodile Hybrid. 

Simple Pokeball Bullet Looking at our Hybrid the Totodile  evolves at level 18 and then 30. Eevee however can evolve into any of its forms through stones, friendship and special locations. Wow that's a lot! But is it? To evolve Eevee all you would need is an Evolution scale! 
Simple Pokeball Bullet With Eevee only needing a stone and now levels you can easily evolves the Eevee side at any time. So even if your Totodile/Eevee is on level 10 you can evolve it into a Totodile/Umbreon with the use of an evolution scale. 
Simple Pokeball Bullet To evolve the Totoidile side however you will still have to abide by the level up rule. So to get your perfect Feraligatr/Umbreon you will need to have the Pokemon be at level 30 at the very least.
Simple Pokeball Bullet If you have a hybrid pokemon that both require a scale, it only uses one!

If your Pokemon can evolve with a Evolution scale at any level you are free to evolve that side whenever you chose however you cannot evolve the other side if it requires and has not met its proper level requirement. 



One Stage Pokemon Hybrids!
Oh no! I have a Pokemon hybrid with one of its species doesn't evolve! Can my Pokemon evolve? As we talked about above yes. We'll use two examples here. One of a hybrid with level up only evolution and a second with a stone evolution. First we'll take a Heracross/Charmander and then a Litwick/Absol
Simple Pokeball Bullet  Heracross cannot evolve but Charmander can at level 16 to Charmeleon and at level 36 to Charizard. Since Heracross can't evolve that side of the hybrid will stay the same. The Charmander side however can evolve. You can get a Charmeleon/Heracross at Level 16+ and a Charizard/Heracross at Level 36+
Simple Pokeball Bullet  As we talked about above Litwick Evolves on level 41. So at Level 41 you could get your Lampent/Absol at Level 41. After that you can use an Evolution stone to get your Chandelure/Absol any time after that level. 


Mega Stone Evolution!
There is only one type of Evolution left and that is Mega evolution! Considered the strongest form a Pokemon can take no trainer an resist the call that is to make their Pokemon that much stronger in battle! Here in Pocket Island you can mega evolve your Pokemon under a few conditions! 

Simple Pokeball Bullet  First and most importantly you need to own the proper stone or stones if it is a hybrid, before you can hope to evolve your Pokemon to its mega form. These can be obtained by partaking in events, Swapping for them in the Swap Shop, or purchasing them with poke in the Beach Side Market. 
Simple Pokeball Bullet  Your Pokemon must be a species that can mega evolves. This one is kind of important. If your Pokemon doesn't have a cannon mega form it cannot mega evolve. 
    
Once you have the stone you evolve them the same way you would evolve any of your other Pokemon. By going to the Item Use and Evolution hall and posting the Evolution form, with the stone or stones as the item used. 



Rules on Evolving Pokemon

There are a variety of things trainers need to know and understand before they can evolve their Pokemon. Above are the many ways that Pokemon can evolve. Trainers need to understand and do their research on how their Pokemon evolve. If you are unsure here are some awesome sights to check out should Serebii.net and Bulbapedia (The serebii link takes you to their X&Y/ORAS pokedex while Bulbapedia takes you to their National lists. This is to aid those who are avoiding spoilers for Sun and Moon. Just be warned there may be spoilers on the page so be careful where you tread.)


With those useful links out of the way we go into the rules of Evolution.
Simple Pokeball Bullet  When evolving your Pokemon be aware of how they evolve; ensure that they are the proper level and your have the proper amount of scales or stones when submitting your Evolution requests. 
Simple Pokeball Bullet  You are required to follow the evolution line of the Pokemon when evolving unless it is a hybrid. Charmander must evolve to Charmeleon before it can evolve into Charizard. This can be done in the same picture but you must show that middle stage. This applies to all non hybrid Pokemon, even if they are deltas.The only way to bypass this rule is use of an Upgrade. Hybrid pokemon can have their middle form skipped in
drawing however still need to have the proper levels or items required.
Simple Pokeball Bullet  To evolve your pokemon you must have a full colored picture of the Pokemon evolving.  
Simple Pokeball Bullet  Evolution are now a design check as well. So apart from ensuring your are at the proper level and have the proper levels your pokemons design will be checked to ensure that it follows the rules. If your request is confirmed the evolution picture is free to be added to the group and you are free to change the app picture over. If it is not however the design will need to be tweaked according to what the admin handling your requests states. 
Simple Pokeball Bullet  Mega evolution is no longer treated like an item use. To evolve your pokemon you will need to do the same thing you would if naturally evolving it.

Written entry evolution must now provide a sketch design (sketch line art/some colors) of the Pokemon's new form! 
The picture doesn't need to be 200% perfect colors, shade detail bg but we need a genuine idea of what the design looks like as we are now treating evolution like a design check and it is impossible to do through just through words. (
Example of sketch with colors Design Check -Banner)


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xxDarkDustxx Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, I have a question!
When I evolve my Pikachu..... do I have to evolve it into Raichu or can it also be an Alolan Raichu? *__*
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Moleberry Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Professional General Artist
It's your choice~
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xxDarkDustxx Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome *__*
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StarCrosst Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017
Unique evolution line question!

Does Nincada evolve to either Ninjask or Shedinja? Or only to Ninjask, with Shedinja being unique to itself?
I've seen it treated both ways in groups and was wondering what the policy was here. : )

(Presuming it can't evolve into two separate Pokémon seemed like a reasonable assumption XD)
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GelatoPikachu Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
You are free to choose which it can evolve to cuz yea, you can't evolve a Pokémon and get two separate Pokémon XD
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StarCrosst Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017
thanks!
figured as much. XD
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GelatoPikachu Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha you're welcome XD
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Crazy-Leen Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Heyo I've got a small question!
If I wanna evolve my Steene into a Tsareena, do I use an Evo Scale like you do for everything else that isn't levels or do I have to actually teach it "Stomp" just like in the games for it to evlove?
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Haunted-Attic Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey there Leen!  Sorry of the wait on getting you an answer honestly i was a little puzzled myself but it seems that pretty much any method that doesn't involve levels uses Evolution Scales instead. 
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Crazy-Leen Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Alright xD
I jsut wanted to make sure since a move would probably be still more logical than evlvinga t day or night or something like taht xD
Thanks for answering~
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TeenieMimi Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Question!

Do you have to make a drawing for every move your pokemon learns when they reach the level to learn it or does that only apply to TM taught moves or moves you can learn for some events?


Hope that makes sense. Not sure if I am able to ask the question here or if it should have been noted to the the group. If so I'm sorry;;;
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Hades-Mind Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
//brainscratches at some missed comments

Starter moves can be on their app without need of drawing them (as in, the level 0 moves on Bulbapedia or the -- moves on Serebii-- including egg moves as I've noticed), however anything beyond an Unusual Berry or TM will have to be drawn. But this can be anything on their natural learn sheet for them to have without the use of an Unusual Berry -- TMs are just the easy way to have them added without you drawing them and only needing the link to the confirmation of the TM use. As for event-earned moves, you only need to link the event entry and it will count for your pokemon B)

I probably missed something but essentially yes you have to draw moves for them to be learned unless they're starter/egg moves when you first post their app, TM confirmed, or event-specific moves. They may need to be around that level in order to learn it, though you can easily earn those levels with them learning the move as well >.> So it evens out~
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TeenieMimi Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2017  Student Digital Artist
THANKIIES MANY THAT HELPED 
//smooches forehead 
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Returu Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Quick question?

So i did a background for my reference sheet for pokemon and was wondering it it would have 1 time only count on the first reference i posted?

If not i don't mind, thought i would ask ^-^
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Hades-Mind Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah! I apologize for no one getting back to you ='D //was just updating and saw the comments

Unfortunately you cannot claim levels for a reused background, reference sheets included, and so I'd be more on the 'no' side of claiming levels for the first one posted as it seems a bit lopsided for the subsequent apps >.>; 
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Returu Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
no problem XD i've shifted all pokemon levels for ref sheet to what they should be, with full body and shading its 6. I can understand why ^-^
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Hades-Mind Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright thank you sweetheart for your understanding <3
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Tehutiy Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Just to be sure, 
Simple Pokeball Bullet Presence of Trainer in Writing: +4 Levels (Per Pokemon, Only Once)

Note: 
Only ONE trainer bonus can be claimed per person. Example lets say you have 2 of your trainers interacting in a piece you only gain levels for one trainer not two. If you are featuring another person's trainer, or RP-ing with another trainer you each can only claim one trainer bonus regardless of how many trainers you are using. Trainer bonuses do not stack.

This means that, if you involve a trainer in a literature piece for someone else and your trainer appears the +4 still applies, correct?
Being as in rp it would apply for both people's pokemon, it simply doesn't stack, it should apply to other's pokemon in commissions and the like, I think?
(I had it come up as a question so I wanted to be sure, thanks very much for the help ^^)
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Corvid-Veil Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exactly! :)

Regardless of how many trainers i the literature Submission it will always stay at a +4 Trainer bonus, it will not stack with more than 1 present. All the rp participants simply get the bonus of 4 with their present trainer~
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Tehutiy Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks very much for the help, Corvid. Just wanted to make sure ^^
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Corvid-Veil Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no need to thank me thats what we're here for!
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MephiNo Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Just as clarification, is it with writing levels, if you have 1000 words, you only get +5 levels? or do the previous levels stack to it being 9 levels
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Yaramazara Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2016  Student General Artist
Sorry for such a late response; basically every 200 words gets you 1 level.

So 1,000 words gets you 5 Levels
2,000 words would get you 10 levels
3,568 words would get you 17 levels. 

I hope this helps :)
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SketchyLuxray Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2016   Digital Artist
What if I want to keep one side of my hybrid?

For example, I want to evolve my Zorua/Litelo/Cubone into a Zoroark/Pryroar/Cubone.

I want to keep the Cubone side unevolved.
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Yaramazara Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2016  Student General Artist
Yep you could do that :) your not obligated to evolve all sides of the pokemon at the all sides or at all so you are perfectly able to evolve the Zora/Litleo side of your pokemon while keeping the cubone side as is. 
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StarCrosst Featured By Owner Edited Aug 14, 2016
A question regarding exclusive moves!

There's lots of moves exclusive to legendaries. Could an Unusual Berry be used to teach one of those moves to a non-legendary, or a different legendary, Pokémon? For example, teaching Victini's Searing Shot to a Flareon or a Moltres, or Kyurem's Freeze Shock to an electric-ice type.

If the above is not allowed, would the same hold true for Flying Press? Yet another exclusive move, but to a regular Pokémon, not a legendary.
(This is what actually prompted me to ask the question; was curious if my flying-delta fighting type could learn Flying Press through an Unusual Berry. Asking about the legendary moves at the same time seemed sensible. ^.^)
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Yaramazara Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2016  Student General Artist
Hey Star sorry for a late response to this wanted to get another mods opinion this is before we gave a final answer this.

For Legendary specific moves such as Searing shot or Dark void we are going to say that they stay Legend exclusive. This meaning you can teach legend specific moves to other legends (provided it makes sense) but not to non-legends. So you could teach Searing Shot to Moltress but not Flareon, and you certainly could not teach it to an Articuno XD. 

As for non-legend specific moves such as Flying press, or Topsy Turvey, Meteor mash etc. which are mostly exclusives to a small section of pokemon or one these could be taught to other pokemon through unusual berry (making sense. Not sure how effective it would be teaching Flying press to a Muk) or through use of the proper delta.

Berry Example: teach it to a Mochop---> Justification, it jumps into the air and slams down hard on its opponent. 

So long as it makes sense for the pokemon to learn it you should be fine. 
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StarCrosst Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2016
Not a problem! Those sound like good guidelines. ( A Muk knowing Flying Press sounds terrifying. o.o' )

Thank you!
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Beauty-of-Drawing Featured By Owner Edited Aug 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Questions my dearies!
What happens if I evolve my Delta [Dragon] Eevee to their next level (any type), then will it still have the "Dragon" type no matter what?

Also, how does my said Eevee learn moves? Her ability is Adaptability, just like other Eevees but is she able to learn same moves that Eevee does? Another similar question includes Dragon Type moves. Will I have to teach them to her via TMs or will she learn them via leveling up?
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Corvid-Veil Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello beauty!

Your Dragon delta Eevee will never loose it's dragon type unless it's evolved form is a dragon naturaly (and you evolved it to that) Since it is not, it will stay Dragon with the type of its new Eevelution. As such it would for example, be a Dragon/Electric as Jolteon a Dragon/Fire as Flareon and so on.

Move learning generally can be done via art. This Includes TM and tutor moves, while you can use Items, teaching via art just works as fine. You also have no Level restiction whatsoever. They can learn any move natural to them at any given time. As for Dragon Type moves, since she is a dragon Delta Dragon moves can also be teached via art, TM and unusual berry.
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Beauty-of-Drawing Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh my! It seems that I will have a lot of fun with my lovely Eevee.

Your answers have helped me a lot. Thank you for replying so fast, hun! ^v^
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Corvid-Veil Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yep they have  a lot of variety thats the fun in those fluffy beans.

Sure thing, I am glad I could help you :)
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UmbreonPlanet Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Question: What level do your pokemon start out as if you got them as your starter? I'm guessing that they start out at level five, right? And the reference sheet adds on, or no?
Thank you!
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Yaramazara Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2016  Student General Artist
Pokemon from eggs/ trails start out at lv 0. When drawn they gain levels based on how you drawn them Example- Starter Charmander stars a level 0. You draw a full body reference with shade your pokemon's level would be 6 (3 levels for full body and 3 for shade)
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UmbreonPlanet Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, okay, thank you for telling me! ^-^
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Beauty-of-Drawing Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Does Pokémon's personal "Reference sheet" count as Fullbody/s  and/or  Headshot/s as exp/levels as well?
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VictoriousUsagi Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Student Digital Artist
A pokemon's personal reference sheet does count towards it's level! : ) (So if you did a fullbody + shading your pokemon gains 6 levels!)
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Beauty-of-Drawing Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I see, so if I make a reference sheet (with 3 full bodies and no shading included) I would get...9 levels? :"D
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VictoriousUsagi Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Yes!
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Beauty-of-Drawing Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great! Thank you so much for replying. ^^
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Haunted-Attic Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have a question about levels when it comes to gijinka art.  How does that work?  I recently made a picture of one of my pokemon as a gijinka and I really am lost on the levels.  Would it only be 4 for a fullbody despite things like shading and background? (I just want to make sure I'm doing it right and not over leveling) 
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Crazy-Leen Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, I didn't know where to put this so I jsut put it here :'D
I just got a Banette/Xatu through a trail, so it's still unreffed.
If I want to make it into a Mega Banette/Xatu, could I do this without reffing its previous form and just show you how the evo will look like and then ref it with the mega evo design?
Or will I have to ref it first and then use the mega design?
Thanks in advance : >
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Yaramazara Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2016  Student General Artist
You can mega evolve that side of the hybrid without needing to ref the original form. This is because while mega act like a normal evolution you need to use a special item to do so, so you don't have to draw a picture showing it evolve :) 
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Crazy-Leen Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I see, sweet!
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yetiADOPTS Featured By Owner May 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Okay so dumb question:
Can our pokemon only know four moves at a time like the games?
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VictoriousUsagi Featured By Owner May 11, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Nope! We dont follow the game 100% so you can teach your pokemon its entire moveset!
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yetiADOPTS Featured By Owner May 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Okie doki! Thank you for clearing that up for me ;w;
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DJrotta Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2016  Hobbyist
Question: Is a pokemon allowed to change forms when evolving?
So, can a Spring Deerling evolve into a Winter Sawsbuck or should it stay in the spring form?
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VictoriousUsagi Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2016  Student Digital Artist
No mainly because we have developed an item to change forms so that item should be used rather than an evolution, so it should stay its original form when evolving : )
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DJrotta Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2016  Hobbyist
Okey-dokey, good thing I can get the design to work with Spring~
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