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Thrifty
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posted 11-04-2000 08:27 PM      Profile for Thrifty   Email Thrifty   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I've got a Silver team all planned out, with all the moves and all six Pokemon picked. I've even planned out the Pokemon involved in breeding on all the desired moves. Well, ALMOST all the desired moves. I've got one little kink: I want to breed Reversal onto Primeape, but I can't figure out how. So does anyone have any ideas on the geneology for breeding Reversal onto Primeape/Mankey?

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posted 11-04-2000 10:20 PM      Profile for Jackdaw   Author's Homepage   Email Jackdaw   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
You'd probably need to breed a Female Primeape with a Male Hitmonlee that knew Reversal himself. In case you aren't familiar with breeding, go to Meowth346's website (ha, I remembered it this time)
http://anime.at/pokefor

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posted 11-06-2000 04:45 PM      Profile for Thrifty   Email Thrifty   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Jackdaw:
You'd probably need to breed a Female Primeape with a Male Hitmonlee that knew Reversal himself. In case you aren't familiar with breeding, go to Meowth346's website (ha, I remembered it this time)
http://anime.at/pokefor

That won't work. According to pokemoninfodex.com, Hitmonlee and Primeape aren't compatible breeding partners.

The best I can come up with is to get Smeargle to Sketch Reversal from some Pokémon that knows it, and use Smeargle as a father. Problem is, that requires a Master Ball as I must catch Smeargle before it gets the chance to use Sketch.

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posted 11-07-2000 12:19 AM      Profile for Power Soul Rebirth   Email Power Soul Rebirth   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Smeargle learns Sketch again every 10 levels, so if it sketches an unwanted move there's still hope...

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posted 11-07-2000 06:30 AM      Profile for Jackdaw   Author's Homepage   Email Jackdaw   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
AH! You're right. I just assumed they could since they were both fighting types... Well, I'm an idiot. Oh well. You could do this though, and it would actually work.

1)Breed Reversal from Kangaskhan to a Rhyhorn
2)Then from the Rhyhorn to the Mankey.

I don't really know how easy it is to get Reversal in a sketch, so this actually might be easier.


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quote:
Originally posted by Thrifty:
The best I can come up with is to get Smeargle to Sketch Reversal from some Pokémon that knows it, and use Smeargle as a father. Problem is, that requires a Master Ball as I must catch Smeargle before it gets the chance to use Sketch.

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Just use Reversal on someone else, let Smeargle sketch it, and then catch Smeargle.

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Or just switch on the turn that Smeargle uses Sketch. It will fail, and since it only has 1 PP it will be stuck Struggling, so you can catch it at your leisure.

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Or could could quickly use sleep powder.
Good thinking White Cat! Thats another way, but while your killing it, the struggle will slowly kill itself

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