Pokemon Battle Predictor
Use machine learning to predict your opponent's moves and the outcome of the battle in Pokemon Showdown!
What is Pokemon Battle Predictor?
Pokemon Battle Predictor is a Firefox add-on by aed3. This add-on has 108 daily active users and an average user rating of 3.33. The latest version, 0.21, was updated 2 years ago.
Rating: 3.33 (3)
Version: 0.21 (Last updated: 2021-04-04)
Creation date: 2020-06-15
Weekly download count: 3
Firefox on Android: No
Manifest version: 2
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
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Look into the crystal ball to see what comes next! Pokemon Battle Predictor is a tool made for Pokemon Showdown which predicts the chance of future events within a battle. With the power of TensorFlow machine learning algorithms trained on 10,000+ battles, this extension has the knowledge to know the probability of battle outcomes and what a player in your opponent's situation will do on the following turn with over 80% accuracy! Following each turn, Pokemon Battle Predictor will tell you the current probability of: • Who will win the battle • Your opponent switching out or choosing a move • Which move they will use if they stay in • Which Pokemon they will switch to if they switch Pokemon Battle Predictor can also be used while watching replays and other's live battles to see who has the advantage or what move they may use next. This extension is currently in beta, so if you find any bug or have any suggestions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with them!
Pokemon Battle Predictor requires some risky permissions and may not be safe to use. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.
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Pokemon Battle Predictor has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.
The predictor makes flat out wrong predictions a good majority of the time, to the point that I eventually removed it from my browser since it was distracting me from what would happen in the actual game. This is even as high as 1500s to the 1800s, as I used it on my testing account as well. I'm not sure if this is due to it being different from the chrome version, but it's definitely a problem
Kinda op, ngl. In low ladder is kinda tricky to use, but in high level that is literal madness. It can predict anything your opponent does. If it has an uncommon set or not, and others. It's not always 100%, which is good, but the first option is mostly gonna be correct.