Competitive play is great if you keep your raging and hate under control. My dad and I are very competitive when we're in a shooting competition, but it's all in good fun and we're nice about it. Most of the time, at the end of the day nobody's going to win anything except bragging rights, so just have fun with it and make sure everybody else has a good time as well!
Depends on if I'm feeling it or not, like in Super Smash Bros, or the DBZ games if I get the chance, you should just see me in Budokai Tenkaichi 3, I actually got plenty of combos down just because I was bored, and my excessive knowledge in Pokemon, and well... Yeah, kinda all out nerd here, no matter the game.
It's just shooters I suck at, like Halo, but I'm excellent in Kid Icarus Uprising, one of my favorite weapons is the Dark Pit Staff.
Funny story actually, one day I was bored playing Dragon Ball Xenoverse, since I'm in the 60's at the moment, I was bored enough to take on a mission where you had to take on Great Ape Vegeta, and who did I choose? The World Martial Arts Champion of the World! MR SATAN! It was a whole team of Hercule!
Funny thing was, I actually won, I even did the mission where you had to get the dragon balls with Broly there trying to kill you with the 3 of us being Hercule. XD
The Great Ape Missions are really easy, since they incorporated the tail weakness, it's funny seeing Hercule carry G.A. Vegeta by the tail then drop him right on the ground.
The Broly mission, well, that depends on how you approach the mission. Easy if you do the straightforward goal of getting the dragon balls.
But it's pretty fun if you go for the ultimate finish, in which you gotta make sure Broly defeats Videl, Goten and Trunks intervene, and if my memory's correct, you gotta beat Broly then, get the dragon balls, and Trunks should say more dragon balls have been located, and Broly get back up. (Gohan does come if the kids are beaten, you're main goal to getting the ultimate finish is making sure Gohan survives, doesn't matter if he enters the battle)
It's very rewarding if you get the Ultimate Finish though.
Yeah. Give him Sturdy via a Skill Swap and he won't die to attacks (Also a bonus as the skill swapper gets Wonder Guard). Safety Goggles will protect him from weather damage, so the only way to finish it off is with a status problem (Which are pretty hard to get).
So depending on your opponents team, you can defeat them with just two Pokemon.
Maybe, I never tried it at the Battle Maison. It works in online until Shedinja gets a damaging status problem, recoil damage (From Confusion or a move like struggle) or it loses Safety Goggles during a sandstorm or hail.