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alex
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posted 09-10-2001 08:43 AM      Profile for alex   Author's Homepage   Email alex   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Zapdos@scope lens
-drill peck
-thunderbolt
-thunder wave
-rest

Blissey@miracle berry
-sing
-icy wind
-heal bell
-softboiled

Skarmory@leftovers
-drill peck
-curse
-whirlwind
-protect

Quagsgire@mint berry
-surf
-earthquake
-haze
-rest

Smeargle@leftovers
-spider web
-perish song
-spore
-spike / rapid spin

spike or 'spin? i don't know...

Snorlax@leftovers
-curse
-return
-fire blast
-substitute

another curselax i know , but i like him sooo much :-)

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Automaton
Farting Nudist
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posted 09-10-2001 01:12 PM      Profile for Automaton   Author's Homepage   Email Automaton   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Hrm, the Blissey has some issues. Interesting Smeargle.
Fire Blast is best on Snorlax if you start with him, and you don't have anything else with a fire move.

It's pretty tough to get Heal Bell onto Blissey, as you have to have Smeargle sketch it off of a Miltank, then mate the Smeargle with a Snubbull, who will then mate with Chansey/Blissey. However, the work is worth it if you intend to use her.


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