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Cesar
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posted 03-17-2001 06:01 PM      Profile for Cesar   Email Cesar   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
A really strange thing happened today in the trainer's house. I'll tell you how the battle went:

I lead with Jolteon and my sister's team leads with Typhlosion.

Jolty t-waves and hits
Typhlosion is FP / uses earthquake
(can't remember exact order but either way jolty survives)
Jolty roars and out comes Quagsire
I switch to Exeggutor and Quasire uses Amnesia
I Giga Drain (survives >_< ) it surfs
I giga drain again and it dies.
Trainer now brings back the paralyzed Typhlosion
I switch to Moltres....

Now at this point you expect Moltres to have the speed advantage, but Typhlosion kept going first throughout the battle.

Typhlosion is FP
Moltres used peck (hey its on level 51 )
Typhlosion used flame wheel
Moltres used peck...

Answers???

[Note]The pokemon where near the same levels (about 51-53)

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Starwolf
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posted 03-18-2001 01:37 PM      Profile for Starwolf   Author's Homepage   Email Starwolf   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Well i'm no expert but I think the Typhlosion had high stat experiance and speed DVs and the moltres had low speed DVs and Stat experiance.

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Cesar
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posted 03-18-2001 03:59 PM      Profile for Cesar   Email Cesar   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I checked, after being paralyzed Typhlosion's speed should have been about 33.75 (135/4). Nothing compared to Moltres' 110 speed.

Glitch perhaps? Maybe the game forgot that Typhlosion was paralyzed? If thats true how do you explain the FP when Typhlosion was battling Moltres?

*puts on X-files music*

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NidoGod- Earthquake, Amnesia, Ice Beam, submission @leftovers
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KAK-tool
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posted 03-21-2001 08:57 PM      Profile for KAK-tool     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I remember something like that happening in R/B to me. Slowbro VS chansey. Slowbro is paralyzed, chansey is paralyzed (so chansey goes first). Slowbro rests, gets rid of paralysis, wakes up and gets t-waved again.

At this point chansey and slowbro are both paralyzed, but slowbro goes first!

weird, huh? This happened more than once, too.

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geese
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posted 03-23-2001 06:10 AM      Profile for geese   Email geese   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I don't think that the game saves the proper, original stats in the trainer house. I have seen this happen many times with lots of different pokemon, regardless of paralysis.

I know it doesn't save nicknames, maybe it doesn't save stat exp. either.

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Mick_Hale
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posted 03-23-2001 08:18 AM      Profile for Mick_Hale   Email Mick_Hale   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Sounds something like a glitch in the PBS, not the main game, but I'm guessing it's possible.

Remember that the way it works is that paralysis brings you down to the lowest stat modifier, but it still allows the opponent to lower your speed (I think). With this, the programmer has to keep in mind to raise the stat mod another 6 places after paralysis is negated (by surf, berries, etc.), and that's a complete pain in the ass. I think it's a common bug in RBY PBSs, but I'm not sure about the games themselves.

Don't take my word for it. I'm not entirely sure.

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