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Porygone
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posted 10-28-2000 06:26 PM      Profile for Porygone   Email Porygone   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
After playing in Kanto, I went to trade a spare Chansey for Aerodactyl. I beat the trainer just before the girl who trades with you, and after I beat him, I talked to him and he mentioned something about Kanto Gym Badges helping you in link battles. Also, Brock mentions that "Boulder Badge makes your Pokemon more powerful" thing again (in other words, boosted attack). Does anybody know if they DO give the boosted stat effect? Was what Brock said just "left over" speech from R/B/Y that was left in (some people say similar things in Kanto, like Sabrina saying she foresaw me coming, Erika's "Very well, but I shall not lose", etc.), OR, do they give the effect that the Johto badges to, but just in link battles? Of course, I expect that they would boost the stats that they did in R/B/Y:
Boulder - Attack
Thunder - Speed
Soul - Defense
Volcano - Special (probably both)

Can anyone confirm this for me? Sorry if this's been posted before, and sorry I can't get an exact quote as to what that guy said (my game was accidently erased).

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Crimzonite
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posted 10-28-2000 09:10 PM      Profile for Crimzonite     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 

Yeah, I just reached that man yesterday and I've been wondering the same thing too.

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N-Man
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posted 10-29-2000 07:43 AM      Profile for N-Man   Author's Homepage   Email N-Man   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I didn't notice anything of those badge boosts in RBY

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Porygone
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posted 10-29-2000 08:44 PM      Profile for Porygone   Email Porygone   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The stat boosts don't appear on the Pokemon's stat screen, but they do take effect in battle. For example, it's like using Swords Dance, Agility, Growth, etc. It may say it raises stats, but if you check your stats during the battle, after using the attack, your stats are still the same. To figure out the effect, take the stat that will recieve the boost from a badge (i.e, if you have Boulder, your Attack rating will be given the boost), multiply it by 9, then divide it by 8. Note that the badges have a "collective" effect. In other words, when you get the Thunder Badge, which raises Speed, the Attack boost from the Boulder Badge won't be lost, cancled, etc.

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