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Bob the Builder
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posted 04-28-2001 12:41 AM      Profile for Donald   Email Donald      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Is it possible for 6 types to do 2x damage on every Pokemon in the game? I need the info for a Smeargle team.

And I don't have PS2, so don't point me there.

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posted 04-29-2001 04:16 AM      Profile for cfalcon   Email cfalcon   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
No, because there's too many types included because some specific monster is immune or something.

Here we go:

Dragon for Kingdra.
Fighting for normals.
Ground for electrics.

Now you have a problem: Fighting misses Ice/Flying, Rock/Flying, Dark/Flying, and Steel/Flying. No one type can get all of these except electric, so if we add that the entire fighting line will be SE against everthing listed. As you go, you will notice that you can usually think of one guy that will break whatever you want (seriously, just covering all flyers tends to take two moves).

You can pull it off for individual types: you need:
Ice (for Dragons)
Fighting (for Normal)
Ground (for Electric)
Dark (for Ghosts and Psychics)
Flying (for most of what's left)
Electric / Grass


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