So after getting a chain of 203 Vulpix, I ran out of pp on literally every pokemon and fucking died
I hate chaining in Sun/Moon
That said, someone on reddit recommended I use Smeargle, so for anyone interested in the method, here’s what you do:
Get into a wild battle with a Smeargle, outspeed it and use False Swipe. The wild Smeargle will sketch False Swipe. Catch the Smeargle.
Catch two Trubbish at Malie City – Outer Cape and breed them to get a Level 1 Trubbish. Level up this Trubbish to at least level 3, when it learns Recycle.
Get into a battle with a Smeargle, leading with Trubbish. Make sure you outspeed him and use Recycle, the Smeargle will sketch it. Switch to your own Smeargle and sketch the Recycle on that wild Smeargle.
Sketch the attack Skill Swap from Carbink in Poni Canyon (if it has it, I’m not sure)
Sketch the attack Feint Attack from Meowth in Malie Garden (if it has it, I’m not sure)
Give your Smeargle a Leppa Berry
Basically, what this does is make it so Smeargle has infinite PP, so the only thing you have to use is potions. Once it uses the Leppa Berry, just use Recycle and you’ll get the berry back, which will be used again the next time it’s needed!
Feint Attack is great because it doesn’t miss, and it’s Dark type, which can hit every type of enemy
False Swipe is used to get everything but ghosts down to 1hp (I’m not sure if there’s something else that does this that isn’t normal type..)
And Skill Swap is used to tell you what ability the opposing pokemon has, since everything after ~22 pokemon has a chance of having its hidden ability
Psycho-Pass Verse; ( an infinite reflection where falsehoods go hand in hand )
Told from a young age that he was chosen by Sibyl, Arjuna thought his life would be easy so long as he remained good and did well on his placements; he thought about acquiring a nice, lofty position in one of the ministries, little did he know that with being great comes a heavy consequence as the pristine position as an inspector at the MWPSB hung over his head and something deep within Arjuna’s well-conditioned mind whispered to him to go for it. His mother balked at the thought, and he knew it was because the fast track as an Inspector came with risks of its own: to be an Inspector was to stand at the frontlines of the things Sibyl tried to hide from society: the crimes, the misguided people, and most of all the dogs who would stand by his side with their wretched hues threatening to taint his own. And still he went for it, thinking that he would do well and would know to never stray too close no matter how “normal” the enforcers behaved around him. But when a series of perfect crimes start popping up and Arjuna finds himself caught in the midst of it all, he’s not sure what to think anymore.