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Poke Puff's-Pokemon Amie and Your Pokemon's "House"

#11Crystal_DreamPosted 10/17/2013 1:14:52 PM
Wait, 2 questions:

-I can place Puffs inside the "house"?
-And how do I get Pokemon to stop by?
"That's because the player keeps mashing the button!"
-Deadpool after slapping Wolverine repeatedly in "Deadpool: The Game"
#12SkyknightPosted 10/17/2013 3:00:57 PM
I'm wondering if preference for particular pokepuffs might have to do with personality, as was the case with pokeblocks back in RSE.

Neutral personalities: No preference
+/- PAtt: Favors/dislikes Spice puffs (well, if puffs ever get flat-out disliked to begin with...)
+/- PDef: Favors/dislikes Citrus puffs
+/- SAtt: Favors/dislikes Mint puffs (closest thing we've got to a "dry" taste)
+/- SDef: Favors/dislikes Mocha puffs (closest to "bitter")
+/- Spd: Favors/dislikes Sweet puffs

{hopes he remembered the RSE flavor/personality mapping properly, specifically the dry/sweet order}
#13Oak_TeaPosted 10/18/2013 10:35:12 AM
Bump and sticky requested!

To place a Pokepuff in the house, click on your Pokemon. Beside "Play" is "Decorate". There should be a tab called "Pokepuffs".

Pokemon stop by automatically when you're connected.

My question is, what are the fourth and fifth level puffs? I've been mentally categorizing them as "plain", "frosted", and "topped" from level 1 to level 3. I play games on Hard/Unlimited and get good scores, so I know I have some of the top level ones. Also, my Pokemon usually get 4-5 hearts per puff eating any of the "topped" puffs, so I'm not sure what I'm not noticing.
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