posted 01-15-2001 06:43 PM
If a Pokemon uses Rest and then gets Whirlwinded or Roared away, or the person switches them out, does the opponent still have the right to use Sleep Powder or something if sleep clause is in effect? The person put their own Pokemon asleep, but it's still asleep. Any thoughts?
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posted 01-16-2001 06:49 AM
Sleep Clause technically means that you are entitled to put only one of their Pokemon to sleep. Them using Rest is not YOU putting them to sleep. Try it on Stadium.
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quote:Originally posted by NickWhiz1: Sleep Clause technically means that you are entitled to put only one of their Pokemon to sleep. Them using Rest is not YOU putting them to sleep. Try it on Stadium.
I honestly don't think the game looks for how a pokemon got put to sleep, although Rest sleep doesn't have the same relation to regular sleep that toxic has to Poison, I don't think that Gamefreak or NCL put the time into ironing out this scenario.
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posted 01-20-2001 07:55 AM
I have a hunch that if you out your own pokemon to sleep with Rest and get Whirlwinded/Roared away, that your opponent still won't be able to put any more of your pokemon to sleep. But this is only a hunch, I may be wrong.
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