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New Guy
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posted 07-17-2000 11:32 PM      Profile for New Guy   Email New Guy   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
First off, I would like to say this place is incredible. Finally a lot of stuff I have seen makes sense. You guys have done your homework well. So well it's scary. Anyway. My question has to do with stat modifiers. Specifically, Jigglypuff and Defense Curl. I was just fooling around and I noticed that Jiggy's Body Slam seemed to be really effective after a few Defense Curls. A similar thing happened with Butterfree and Harden. Its seemed to get faster and Psybeam seeadmed to do more damage. I have not tested this though. So what I'm really saying is someone test it for me. I'm still a green horn in this so don't roast me if I'm wrong.


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posted 07-17-2000 11:55 PM      Profile for ZZTRaider   Email ZZTRaider   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Ah yes, I remember this. Stat Bleeding is what it was called when I last heard about it. try going here:
for more information.

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