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Posted by Squalldaman (Member # 691) on 02-07-2001, 10:35 PM:
 
Female Jolteon w/Bright Powder
Tbolt
Twave
Attract
Swagger

Jolteon is the only really fast pokemon that can learn all 3. My question is, what is the exact percentage for not attacking after all this is set up? Thanks in advance.

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Posted by Muku (Member # 1052) on 02-07-2001, 10:39 PM:
 
I don't know if this is right, but I think it's 12.5% chance. Still, that's pretty harsh... I like it!

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Posted by NickWhiz1 (Member # 30) on 02-08-2001, 07:46 AM:
 
Hehehe.

Too bad any female Ground type ownz it.

Of course, how often do you see female Ground types? =P

*sees Nidoqueen*

Errr.....

*teleportz away*

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Posted by Squalldaman (Member # 691) on 02-08-2001, 07:59 AM:
 
I mean after you set up Paralyze, Confusion, and Confatution.

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Posted by N-Man (Member # 733) on 02-08-2001, 08:10 AM:
 
When all three are used the the change of attacking is (0,75 x 0,5 x 0,5 = 0,1875) 18,75%.

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Posted by Charmeleon42 (Member # 1066) on 02-08-2001, 07:42 PM:
 
Well, if that doesn't force a switch, I don't know what does. If their ground type is gone, you're looking at a really good mass paralizer here.

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Posted by Lark84 (Member # 1186) on 02-09-2001, 09:59 AM:
 
*makes mental note*

Hehehe... That's a great moveset.

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Posted by Squalldaman (Member # 691) on 02-10-2001, 08:30 AM:
 
Hehehe.....major annoyer there. With all 4 (Swagger, Twave, Attract, Brightpowder) on, it kickz ass.

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Posted by Squalldaman (Member # 691) on 02-10-2001, 11:47 AM:
 
Nick, you are right, but which smart trainer is gonna use a Queen over a King?

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Posted by Mick_Hale (Member # 419) on 02-11-2001, 10:21 PM:
 
Motherload...
Jolteon is now perfect.
I hate you for finding the moveset before me.
But thanks otherwise.

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Posted by Squalldaman (Member # 691) on 02-12-2001, 08:51 AM:
 
Hehe, cool. My Jolty set is being used =P.

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Posted by Automaton (Member # 1234) on 02-14-2001, 12:48 AM:
 
Damn, I almost tried to log in as Phildo... Anyways, I shamelessly ganked this moveset for my team, "Doctor Strangelove". And really, this should probably be in the G/S section. Anyways, I have an entire team based on Confuse/Attract. And Nickwhiz1's assumption is largely incorrect, because a lot of teams with more than one attract user are often including males with attract. Also, my team contains a Stun Sporer, for the exact reason he specified.
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Posted by Automaton (Member # 1234) on 02-14-2001, 12:56 AM:
 
And yeah, the only reasons to EVER use the confatuation combo is:

A) You've just paralyzed your opponent's Pokemon. It would be realy nice if they switched for one that wasn't paralyzed, so you can paralyze another.

B) You've just used Mean Look etc. to trap your opponent's Pokemon. You want to set up a 6+ DT situation in the hopes of keeping your ass clean so you can use Perish Song to dispose of it.

As far as "Doctor Strangelove" is concerned, three Pokemon use the combo to force switches, and three have Mean Look/Whirlpool, and Perish Song.

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