1. Le diamant sur sa tête fait plus de 2 000 carats. Reply . I’ve only seen a little teaser from the movie, but from what I can gather, the gist of it is as follows. Me three. Un col d’épaisse fourrure blanche entoure sa petite tête, qu’il peut utiliser pour polir les cristaux des autres Strassie. Carbink are incredibly ancient Pokémon. Daha fazla videoya gözat. ( Log Out /  Diamond Storm Rumble Rush.png 1.01 MB. Il fait partie de la catégorie des Pokémon Joyau. To elaborate, consider the wolf. Taunt Users: Pokemon such as Simisear and Misdreavus can severely reduce Carbink's usefulness with Taunt, as it becomes unable to set up, recover, or support the team. Clear Body prevents Carbink's stats from being lowered, meaning that it won't be subject to the odd drop from a foe's attack or ability. Their encounters with early humans provided a new opportunity for different skill sets among individual wolves to survive and thrive in a way that they previously could not. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Their less aggressive, more endearing qualities made them less successful hunters, but much better scavengers from human scraps. Presumably we can count on Ash to pull some kind of super friendship bull$#!t to help Diancie realise that the magic was inside her all along or whatever. Diancie is actually a transformation of Carbink, though not its evolution. Dazzling Gleam VI.png 82 KB. D&D Beyond Some Carbink have supposedly spent hundreds of millions of years in hibernation, awoken only by human mining activity – meaning that some individual Carbink are older than entire species of fossil Pokémon like Rampardos and Tyrantrum, and that their own species has remained almost entirely unchanged this whole time. It’s said that somewhere in the world, there’s a mineral vein housing a large pack of slumbering Carbink. 2. I can't wait to know why Diancie is a Diancie instead of a normal Carbink, why did it transform from Carbon to Diamond. Une attaque qui peut s'avérer très avantageuse et redoutable qui, comme toute attaque du genre, n'a que 5 PP d'utilisation. Other than Toxic, it doesn’t have any particularly interesting moves that weaken, restrict or disable. Chances are Diancie can breed, and the result is always Carbink. Like the diamonds (which, of course, are made of carbon) that dominate their bodies, Carbink are formed in conditions of extreme heat and pressure; they’re genderless, so presumably they don’t breed, but just grow spontaneously from diamond ore somehow. Origin. With her power to create diamonds, literally from thin air, Diancie could easily have some important role in creating new Carbink, ensuring the long-term survival of the community like the queen of an ant colony or a beehive. I don’t really know why you would try that. They all have nicknames. At his wits’ end, the eldest Carbink sends her on a quest to find Xerneas, who had once saved him and countless other Pokémon from a terrible, probably Yveltal-related destruction when he was young. It’s entirely possible – if speculative – that Carbink are the original (non-legendary) Pokémon. Excluding Legendary and Mythical Pokémon, Carbink is the only genderless Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. Carbink could be based on the carbuncle, a mythical fairy-like creature that was rumored to have gemstones growing out of it, and referring to its power to shoot rays or beams of light from the gem on its head. You can try a Calm Mind set with Moonblast, Power Gem (which X and Y powered up into near-relevance) and Psychic. Of which, there are now a staggering number of specific varieties, all selectively bred to focus and accentuate certain features present in the dog, while simultaneously diminishing others. Me too. Carbink has two abilities, Clear Body (immunity to stat reduction) and Sturdy (immunity to being one-shot), and I think probably the one to go with is Clear Body, because one of Carbink’s few virtues is that only the strongest of super-effective attacks are likely to one-shot the damn thing anyway. A sudden transformation of Carbink, its pink, glimmering body is said to be the loveliest sight in the whole world. Their home is protected by the magic of a huge pink diamond, which is nearing the end of its ‘life,’ and apparently Diancie is supposed to create a new one for them, but she, despite her best efforts, just can’t do it. Carbink Sandstorm.png 357 KB. She just swaps Power Gem for Trick Room, which seems like a questionable choice, flavour-wise, for a gem Pokémon, but I suppose Diancie herself is slow enough to benefit from it, and tough enough to work as a supporter. Aug 7, 2017 - Explore Sylveon's board "Diancie and Carbink" on Pinterest. Her main niche seems to be as a sort of mixed physical/special tank thing; she still doesn’t have any way to heal herself aside from Rest, which is unfortunate. You know, I’m sort of used to regarding Rock as one of the more mundane elements, but when you stop to think about them, Rock Pokémon are weird. According to Google, suddenly means "occurring or done quickly and unexpectedly or without warning." Versions: Height 1' … As legendary Pokémon go, Diancie actually isn’t that great – she just inherits too much of Carbink’s terribleness, including awful speed and a fairly limited movepool. I’ve decided to do Carbink and Diancie together because, although not actually related by evolution in the normal sense, they are apparently part of the same species: according to the Pokédex, Diancie actually develop from Carbink who possess an incredibly rare mutation. Carbink Dig.png 812 KB. Events and changes to the environment of Carbink will act on the population over a prolonged period of time to produce a change in the species. The difficulty with Carbink is that it can’t do anything to hurt its opponents – not just through direct damage, but through… well, anything, really. Reply. Des crochets à forme de croissant de lune se situent au niveau de son ventre et de son c… Diamond Storm PSMD.png 164 KB. So you think "woah, where did that come from :-D". Carbink and Diancie.png 215 KB. Diancie RC22 Generations. I’m a little disappointed that Carbink is so bad – it kinda gets screwed over in the same way as Phione did, although at least Carbink isn’t going to have to deal with Nintendo banning it from tournaments as though it’s some overpowered monstrosity, like they routinely do to her.