At the top of the card is the icon of the Pokémon on that card.
To change it just click on it.
The pop up can be searched with the bar on top.
This bar will become more advanced to be able to search by types and moves later on but for now it is only by name.
Every stat that can be changed (all of them) is represented with a dropdown.
In places you may not know what a value is, there is a question mark that on hover will describe the value next to it.
On the team info card there is a button that says ‘Add Pokémon’.
This will add a Pokémon to the team up to the max of 6 if a normal team or 1 if a raid boss.
Once the team is full it is grayed out.
The simulator allows for up to 20 attacker teams.
At the top of the configure section you can add an attacker team.
This button will be grayed out if there are already 20 teams.
Each team also has a ‘team info’ card.
This card includes the team number and a few buttons.
For attacking teams there are four buttons 1. Add Pokémon - Adds a Pokémon to the end of the team (if it’s not full) 2. Delete Team - Deletes the team (if there is more than one) 3. Duplicate Team - Duplicates the team as it is with all the Pokémon (if there aren’t 20 teams) 4. Reset Team - Resets the team to have the default Pokémon Defenders have only the ‘Add Pokémon’ button and the ‘Reset Team’ button.
They also have a text box for you to input the raid boss level.
If this is set to 0 it will be normal Pokémon.
Anything else will make it a raid boss of that level.
Dodge mode is the most complex attribute to select.
It starts as a contracted or simplified sentence.
By clicking the chevvron above it you can expand it into multiple drop down menus to edit it.
There are four parts of it to select:
damageIfDodged * dodgeChance + damageNormal * (1 - dodgeChance)
2 * .75 + 8 * (1 - .75) = 3.5 damage
Once you click ‘Battle!’ the information begins processing.
Once the battle has been simulated it will begin to draw information in the results section.
The graph has more than just looking.
You can click on the legend to toggle certain Pokémon.
You can also hover over a point on the graph to see more information about that point.