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Bob_Utsugi
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posted 07-08-2001 09:27 AM      Profile for Bob_Utsugi   Email Bob_Utsugi   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
So what do you think?

-Reflect
-Minimize
-Softboiled
-Double-Edge/Seismic Toss/Counter
@Brightpowder

Well, trade Chansey from RBY with DE/Seismic Toss/Counter, Softboiled, Minimize and Reflect. Then, give him Brightpowder on G/S. Then, evolve it to Blissey.

What is tactic?

Well, first Reflect to protect it (Blissey has stupid defense that's why I chose it.
Then 3x Minimze and then attack or Softboiled. Brightpowder for makes weak accuaracy to opponent.

What do you think? Will this work?

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Evil Umbreon For Life
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posted 07-08-2001 10:04 AM      Profile for Evil Umbreon For Life   Author's Homepage   Email Evil Umbreon For Life   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
That set=Worthless why heres my points:

1. If your minimizing and have counter how is that gonna work when they cant hit you!
2. Double-edge would need curse and wheres curse i didnt think so...
3. Seismic Toss would be useless if they have a ghost or a recover'er.

The only good things I see on here are reflect and softboiled ~_~

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Yeah, it cna stall forever if they don't have their hazer, but it can't attack at all. Most teams have resters, or pokemon that can recover like miltank. Erm, you can give it curse over Reflect to boost your attack and your low defense, and give it Double-Edge for that last move. With 6 minimizes, and curses, bright powder isn't neeeded because they will rarely hit, and with its defense up, and being a special attack spunge, leftovers can recover you fully before they hit you again. One thing though is a hazer can mess you up completely.
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posted 07-08-2001 06:34 PM      Profile for Turbo X     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Ahhh...S-Toss IS an attack, and a pretty damn good one too. It has at least 20PP. If the other poke doesn't have a recovery move, you could put it away fairly easily. If I'm correct, wasn't S-Toss on the original Molly set?

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Donald
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Yes, the original Molly had Seismic Toss.

However, Toss isn't as good in GSC because it can't hit Ghosts.

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