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Land und Leute
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posted 11-25-2000 06:00 PM      Profile for Land und Leute   Email Land und Leute   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
What??? Okay. In G/S, does Swift always miss when you use Fly (and that sort of move)? Or was that a one time thing? Also, when I used Fly, Twister still hit me! How about that!!

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Fly and Dig evade Swift. Gust and Twister can hit Flyers, and Earthquake can hit Diggers...

Edit: and they do double-damage if they hit while you're Flying/Digging

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Magnitude hits Diggers.

I hate how Rollout hits my birds.

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posted 11-26-2000 02:33 AM      Profile for Mr.E     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
And Thunder hits Flyers for double too...

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posted 11-26-2000 10:46 AM      Profile for Crimzonite     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Yay Porygon:
Magnitude hits Diggers.

I hate how Rollout hits my birds.



Erm, Rollout is a rock attack, it's supposed to hit birds. O.o

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posted 11-27-2000 03:53 AM      Profile for White Cat   Author's Homepage   Email White Cat      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Yeah, but it doesn't make much real-world sense, since it's hard for something rolling on the ground to hit a bird...

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True, but I remember reading in science class that flying things (like birds) have a difficult time being electrocuted, while anything on the ground would be more likely to suffer from electrocutions (or something to that effect), which means based on real life stuff, Flying types should be resisstant or immune to Electric types attacks, while Ground types would be weak to them, though this would cause Flying types to become more dominant. Of course, in real life terms, Bonemerang would probably be a Flying type attack, as it's THROWN at the opponent.......

Maybe Yay Porygon just meant she didn't like how birds were weak to Rock, and because Rollout increases in damage as it hits, the pain's gonna add up quickly?

I like that Rock-Rollout connection. Rock 'n Roll....bah, I've too much free time.

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FINALLY someone remembered my gender! Phew.

I thought it was Ground fer awhile...Oy. Somewhere I read that it was, and I "verified" it by my Cyndaquil dying at that dang Miltank's hooves. But I figured the truth after looking it up a day after I posted, and by then I was too lazy to edit it. ^_^

Yes, things on the ground get electrocuted easily. There should be a Rubber type. I do know the birds here all go ZAP on the power lines, like the squirrels. Stupid things cause blackouts.

Oh well, the Donphan in the movie Rolloutted into the air, so I guess that...makes...sense somehow. I hate Twister. Poor FLYers of mine. At least Twister's weakish...it does do double damage when FLYing? And Magnitude double too when DIGging?

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In case you didn't know, Thunder hits things that are using Fly. That is bad for whatever is using Fly!
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posted 12-09-2000 11:40 PM      Profile for *Scyther   Email *Scyther   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
can FLY hit FLYers, and DIG hit DIGgers?

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quote:
Originally posted by Porygone:
True, but I remember reading in science class that flying things (like birds) have a difficult time being electrocuted, while anything on the ground would be more likely to suffer from electrocutions (or something to that effect), which means based on real life stuff, Flying types should be resisstant or immune to Electric types attacks, while Ground types would be weak to them, though this would cause Flying types to become more dominant. Of course, in real life terms, Bonemerang would probably be a Flying type attack, as it's THROWN at the opponent.......

Maybe Yay Porygon just meant she didn't like how birds were weak to Rock, and because Rollout increases in damage as it hits, the pain's gonna add up quickly?

I like that Rock-Rollout connection. Rock 'n Roll....bah, I've too much free time.


I understand you can kill 2 birds with 1 stone, if I'm not mistaken...

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quote:
Originally posted by Mr.E:
And Thunder hits Flyers for double too...

Agh... Are you serious? There might actually be use for that crappy electric attack! Any other electric moves do this?

quote:
Originally posted by Yay Porygon:
Yes, things on the ground get electrocuted easily. There should be a Rubber type. I do know the birds here all go ZAP on the power lines, like the squirrels. Stupid things cause blackouts.

A rubber type -- neat. How about we call a Pokemon "Elastix" and give it Wrap and Elasticball (like Shadowball, only better). Do you think Sudowoodo gets electrocuted a lot?

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There might actually be use for that crappy electric attack!

You mean besides in conjunction with Rain Dance?

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quote:
Originally posted by White Cat:
You mean besides in conjunction with Rain Dance?

[Sorry, I haven't been around]

Wait a minute. What's this about Thunder with Rain Dance? Anyone?

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Oh! Right, right, right. I forgot all about that for a second (I actually thought you were talking about Thunderbolt ). Whoops. My bad!

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Does Thunder have better accuracy when the enemy uses Fly?

Why did the computer's Paras miss with Spore twice on my Grimer and Crobat? Just so odd...

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