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Posted by Neobushi (Member # 801) on 12-25-2000, 03:26 PM:
 
Granted you can't use this item in trainer battles but did anyone else notice that as long as your Pokemon is faster it makes 1HKO 100% accurate for an entire battle. It sure makes it easy to take out entire teams and the elite four. It will still miss against a faster opponent although when my Nidoking used horn drill again a Ninetales it hit even though the Ninetales was faster. Why did that happen?

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Posted by 1970Beetle (Member # 933) on 12-26-2000, 12:43 PM:
 
I did not know that at all. Maybe X-Accuracy does have a use beyond selling it for extra cash at the PokeMart.

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Posted by Pokegod (Member # 977) on 12-26-2000, 04:40 PM:
 
Was Ninetales paralyzed? Or maybe Ninetales was the same speed as Nidoking, if there is a tie in speed, the cpu randomly chooses the Poke to go first. OHKO's can still hit if it's tied at speed.

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Posted by Cesar (Member # 529) on 12-26-2000, 11:25 PM:
 
I did of this ages ago. Yes, if you use X Accuracy on a pokemon with a 1 hit K.O move it will hit much more often. You should really have a rapidash with agility and horn drill

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