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The Goatse Man
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posted 11-05-2000 01:10 PM      Profile for Porygone   Email Porygone   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
When I bred my female Flaafy with my male Raichu, I thought that Mareep has only TWO open attack slots, since it should have Growl and Tackle. When I hatched my Mareep, it knew Growl (naturally), but it had Raichu's Body Slam, Thunderbolt, and Thunder Wave! Did Tackle get replaced somehow? Is it possible to "overwrite" attacks, and if it is, why did it happen? Was it a glitch, or an odd side effect of Game Shark?

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posted 11-06-2000 03:23 AM      Profile for White Cat   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
No, that was supposed to happen. Attacks learned from the father overwrite the ones the baby would normally know at birth.

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