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JP Nogueira
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posted 04-10-2003 11:15 PM      Profile for JP Nogueira   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Battle Tower. I was fighting against a Grumpig from hell, and it used Toxic against my Latias. I switched out, and then in again, to make Toxic a normal PSN.

But... the damage was still increasing Oo'

Okay... it happened around 3am, but I do remember switching to Dusclops, then bringing back the poisoned latias. [Frown]

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JP Noga
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Twinkle
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posted 04-11-2003 12:12 AM      Profile for Twinkle        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I've seen mention of this on another Pokémon forum. Apparently, it restarts from the beginning but retains its "toxicity".

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Hich loch faauto noxlattoyen.

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TeeJay
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posted 04-11-2003 05:08 PM      Profile for TeeJay     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Happened to me too. I wonder if it resets to normal poison after the battle or you will start toxic over in your next fight.

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Dark_Herakurosu
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posted 04-11-2003 10:07 PM      Profile for Dark_Herakurosu   Author's Homepage   Email Dark_Herakurosu   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
It reverts to normal poisonwhen the battle ends. However, it gives new use for the old TSS theme. Well, that and the fact that Spikes now can deal 25% damage per switch-in.

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