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The Mad DoctorX
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posted 12-29-2000 04:03 PM      Profile for The Mad DoctorX   Email The Mad DoctorX   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Well not really but it is cool. Sweet Scent lowers evade. So when I tested it, it makes less acurate moves work. I thought it to a Rhydon w/Earthquake, Rockslide, Fissure, Sweet Scent. Well it turns out that fissure hit after 2 sweet scents. Hmm, what do you think. Inputs or suggestions are taken.^_^

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Jman
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posted 12-29-2000 04:34 PM      Profile for Jman   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Well, could be.

Maybe you just got lucky w/ the Fissure. You can't be postitive. Now, lets say you tested this a hundred-thousand times, and Fissure hits the majority of the time, then yes, maybe it does.

This needs more research, tho.

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posted 12-29-2000 05:20 PM      Profile for Jackdaw   Author's Homepage   Email Jackdaw   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
It would be cool, but still useless in an actual battle.

Once something was Sweet Scented a couple of times, and then someone that can have Fissure comes out, there is no way they'd stay there.
Its just like the Fissure/Mind Reader combo, a switch puts it to ruins.

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A OHKO's Accuracy After # of Sweet Scents:
One SS- 39.701%
Two SS- 49.302%
Three SS- 59.4%
Four SS- 69.201%
Five SS- 79.002%
Six SS- 89.1%

So, it's roughly a 10% increase after each Sweet Scent for a OHKO.

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2 uses of it should be sufficient - about 50% isn't that bad, you could still hit fairly well with it - but you'd only probably get one chance with it, then they'll switch out. I wouldn't count on getting a whole lot of Sweet Scents out before they catch on though.

Or maybe you could try it with something that learns Mean Look/Spider Web and has preferably good defensive stats, and learns a OHKO, AND Sweet Scent. That's rather specific, but hey. There might be SOMETHING that would do that....right? I'm not sure, and it's too late for me to go look...

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Using SS with Dynamicpunch/Zap Cannon might work. One or two uses would bring their accuracy up to a reasonable level...

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Dynamic Punch/Zap Cannon's accuracy:
One SS- 65.968
Two SS- 82.336
Three SS- 99.2

So basically, two or three Sweet Scents would do the trick.
Sweet Scenters include the Grass types(excluding Eggy), Bugs(excluding Spinarak series, Yanma, Pinsir, Heracross, Scyther, and Scizor), Miltank, Smoochum series, Mew, and Celebi. Rhydon doesn't learn Sweet Scent.
Mew would probably be the best Sweet Scenter. I've seen a Mew at PD with:
Sweet Scent
Dynamic Punch
Zap Cannon
Softboiled

BTW, Mew is the only Sweet Scenter that can learn a OHKO, but it can't learn Mean Look or Baton Pass. So, to use a Sweet Scenting Mew you'd probably need Spikes support or a BP'ed Mean Look/Spiderweb.

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