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 10,000Lb.Snorlax loves long time. Member # 13 Member Rated: posted 07-05-2002 03:09 PM                       I'm looking for the whole thing --(including the evasion and accuracy). As accurate as possible! And I *did* hunt around for it, but none of the other version I could find factored in hit or miss....sorry for the trouble From: Denver | Registered: Feb 2000  |  IP: Logged
 Hawk557 Farting Nudist Member # 2758 Member Rated: posted 07-05-2002 04:16 PM                    Isn't evasion like a whole different formula that's figured before or after the BDF? Registered: Apr 2002  |  IP: Logged
 jshadias Farting Nudist Member # 2710 Member Rated: posted 07-05-2002 07:26 PM                       That is because (I think) hit or miss isn't part of the formula. You can make it, it's something like this:Figure out acc multipliers with acc and evasion numbersMultiply move accuracy by bothm = modified move accuracya = Int((254) * Rnd + 1)If a < m Then hit = 1If a = m Then hit = ?If a > m Then hit = 0I don't know about middle, I think it's 1. If I have time later, I'll write up a formula instead of a description.- - - - - What Nintendo doesn't want you to knowUiru: "Now that we're all used to the rules, clauses and by-laws... what would happen to the metagame if every one of them were whipped away?"GP-Chan: "id probably quit every battle, and not just every other battle."ThumbsOfSteel: "Why, because they broke the rules?" Registered: Mar 2002  |  IP: Logged
 mleo2003 Farting Nudist Member # 1618 Member Rated: posted 07-06-2002 11:19 AM                       The entire formula (written out for easier readability and better general understanding) can be found here in full length on Meowth346's Site (the older version). It includes everything, even the hit check.- - - - -When life gives you lemons...Throw them back!!! From: Forest, Mississippi | Registered: Mar 2001  |  IP: Logged
 Uiru Sketch Molester Member # 437 Member Rated: posted 07-06-2002 07:28 PM                        *points* It's got Swagger listed as having a 99.6% sideeffect rate. Does this mean it's possible for Swagger to double the opponent's Attack without Confusing it, or vice versa? ~Uiru- - - - -TIDUDSOFIEIHUGHEXXXC: "maybe he will let you touch his blow up do"AFRO NOOOOOOO!!! From: the floating castle of Newfoundland | Registered: May 2000  |  IP: Logged
 Donald Bob the Builder Member # 1551 Member Rated: posted 07-06-2002 09:11 PM                  Yes. I've seen someone get the attack boost from Swagger by taking it with Safeguard up.Mass carnage followed. From: In your girl's panties | Registered: Feb 2001  |  IP: Logged
 jshadias Farting Nudist Member # 2710 Member Rated: posted 07-07-2002 10:59 AM                       quote:Yes. I've seen someone get the attack boost from Swagger by taking it with Safeguard up.Mass carnage followed. If only more people use it... Swords Dance still works great though, but it's cheap as hell on NetBattle cause it boosts defense too. That's why I lost the very first match in a tournament - - - - - What Nintendo doesn't want you to knowUiru: "Now that we're all used to the rules, clauses and by-laws... what would happen to the metagame if every one of them were whipped away?"GP-Chan: "id probably quit every battle, and not just every other battle."ThumbsOfSteel: "Why, because they broke the rules?" Registered: Mar 2002  |  IP: Logged

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