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Kirby1024
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posted 03-07-2000 02:15 AM      Profile for Kirby1024   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I'd like to know if research has been done on this, but is it possible for a Poison-Type pokemon toge poisoned?

On a related note, is the same true for Fire/BRN and Ice/FRZ?

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quote:
Originally posted by Kirby1024:
I'd like to know if research has been done on this, but is it possible for a Poison-Type pokemon toge poisoned?

Toby and I have run many, many trials on this one and we've never seen a Poison type poisoned. It could theoretically be possible, but it's not worth considering in the general case.

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On a related note, is the same true for Fire/BRN and Ice/FRZ?

Good question. I don't use Fire or Ice Pokemon, so I don't even have a guess. Don't know if Toby's ever tested this or not.

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I've seen Vulpix get burned, but
I've only heard of Ice getting frozen.

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posted 03-08-2000 12:48 PM      Profile for Square   Author's Homepage   Email Square   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
well my articuno got frozen once by a kangaskhan (sp?) using blizzard

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Rolken
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posted 03-08-2000 05:22 PM      Profile for Rolken   Author's Homepage   Email Rolken   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
That doesn't really make sense...

Does that mean that Magmar, despite living in lava, can get burned?

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well pokemon dont really exist (hate to break it to ya) so magmar doesnt really LIVE in real lava.....

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Rolken
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Actuall, according to Einstein's equations of equivalence, it would be theoretically possible to convert a pokémon into light energy which is stored under immense pressure inside a pokéball, and reconverted into the pokémon upon release. There could be data discs containing the pokémon's molecular information inside the casing, and compartments that hold the light energy, but are forced to open if there is too much energy within the pokémon. Electric, water, flying, normal, and bug creatures already exist, and in the future we could change or create genetic material to have pokémon qualities. So ha.

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Oh my.

I really shouldn't even say that.

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posted 03-09-2000 01:45 PM      Profile for Eevee   Author's Homepage   Email Eevee   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
My Starmie froze Articuno before, I have also seen Cloyster frozen.

I have seen Charizard and Arcanine burnt.

And theres no way you can poison a poison type pokemon in R/B/Y.

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Anyone seen a fire get frozen?

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I've seen fire melt freeze ^_^

Though as what relevance this has to anything is beyond me

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yes my Charizard get frozen before

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That's because Charizard is 1/2 flying. Has anyone seen MAGMAR get frozen?

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I don't thimk it matters if it is half flying, but anyway, I have seen Magmar frozen

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Yeah, I saw Magmar get frozen, I watched Volcanic Panic!

On Poison types, my brother tends to raise Bulbasaurs when playing Pokémon, and he says that he doesn't remember if it has been poisoned...oh, nevermind!

any questions?
-Takeshi

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Poison can't be poisoned...

I think that's why poison sucks, to make up for that one advantage.

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I know for a fact that poison can't get Poisoned, especially badly poisoned.
One time I was talking to someone while playing Pokemon when I encountered a Golbat(at a level without HAZE). I went to Toxic it with my Nidoking since its Earthquake would be uselss.
Turns later, I realized that I was out of TOXICS and Golbat wasn't affected at all!

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quote:
Originally posted by Jackdaw:
I know for a fact that poison can't get Poisoned, especially badly poisoned.

That's pretty much been our experience too, but it doesn't exactly prove that Poison types can't be poisoned. It might be a 1/256 kind of thing. Seems unlikely, but until we do a zillion trials, we can't say for sure.

Of course, it's enough to base a strategy on, but since we're a research lab, we like to be precise...

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