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oporaca
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posted 11-26-2001 08:12 PM      Profile for oporaca     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
...starting with a Porygon2.

-Conversion
-Recover
-Shadow Ball
-Curse

If I'm correct, Conversion will switch between Ghost and Normal predictably, meaning it may have a use, especially when allowing P2 to use both aspects of Curse. Recover recovers self-damage from Ghost Curse, while Normal Curse pumps up P2's (sometimes-STAB) Shadow Ball. IMO, this is the best (probably only) useful use of Conversion.

It looks good (meaning doesn't suck) on paper, but how would it do in battle? (BTW, I'm aware that Curse PP may be a problem.)

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Cesar
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posted 11-26-2001 09:55 PM      Profile for Cesar   Email Cesar   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
This is all depending on who your challenging.

You ass/u/me that they have a ghost. I'm finding normals to be a bit more common then two ghost types. But if the main purpose of P2 is to take out missy (and the occassional gengar) then that set should work very well.


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