- Dec 12, 2016
- Reaction score
Leafage is a 40 BP move with no additional effect, Leaf Tornado is a 65 BP move that lowers the target's accuracy. It's learned later for a reason.
The rolling part is anime exclusive and the game description dosen’t mention rolling. But I think Geodude could get it.zing zap is a rolling move,
yes , but if you battle a water type then sturdy golem could revenge hit them.BUT even if it were a rolling move and Geodude got it, Galvanise-Golem has much better options in Double edge and explosion.
Calcs actually bring it to 90 (40 + Technician's 20 = 60, then STAB becomes 30), I've used Technician boosted Power-Up Punch with Breloom last generation and it really was quite good. Granted, Breloom also had Spore to buy some free time for punching away.I was under the impression for a while that Marshadow could learn Power-Up Punch. It can't. Might be a good move by Game Freak to not include it, cuz STAB+Technician boosted Power-Up Punch which brings it to 80 (if the calcs check out), and for a move that raises Attack 1 stage after every use, it might be a little broken for someone already tearing up the place in Ubers. Otherwise it's a great contender for the move.
no, rather would see other/new physical option for it.Blaze Kick
Well first of all, counter and mirror coat already have the lowest priority, so stall wouldn't matter in that regard.no, rather would see other/new physical option for it.
what a pitty that we have no moves that could lets say fail if used with succesion(the same move twice in a row) or moves that lower the moves posibility of hitting with evey next usage.
(this would get interresting)
Sableye got Stall? right? that means that moves like mirror coat, counter, avalanche, revenge, shel trap, beak blast wont work properly on it? would be cool if it could heal itself when not getting attack by the oponent or get some defense or sp. defense boost through it.
if it got a ability to move always last then it should get moves like revenge and others to use it properly. Torment, and others should be taken in aknowledge when its moving last.
It can learn Counter that makes it perfect against physical attackers even in and against trick room sets?
Would be cool if it could get Mirror coat , then with Stall it could make good use of it and counter.
Why didnt it get it early? its gem could be used as a mirror clearly.
It has 115 sp. defense and would be cool to use that after so many years.
I can see what you're going for here, and it does make sense with regard to Timburr, but it would become a bit strange once it evolves and starts attacking with steel beams and concrete pillars instead.Timburr should know Wood Hammer. I mean, c'mon.
This is good.Lunatone Surf(during moon water level grows)
We've had much more weirder moves on different Pokémon (Slurpuff and Clefable having Flaemthrower and Fire Blast respectively for example). I don’t see this being a huge concern.I can see what you're going for here, and it does make sense with regard to Timburr, but it would become a bit strange once it evolves and starts attacking with steel beams and concrete pillars instead.
Just as strange as Shroomish being able to use Drain Punch & Focus Punch, Rhyhorn able to use Iron Tail, Gastly being able to use Ice, Thunder & Fire Punch, Beheeyem being able to use Steel Wing, Aron being able to use Iron Tail, the Nidorans being able to use Iron Tail, Goomy and Sliggoo being able to use Iron Tail, Cyndaquil and Quilava being able to use Iron Tail, Pupitar being able to use Bite & Crunch, Togekiss being able to Drain Punch and the plethora of other Pokemon able to use moves that their bodies should naturally prevent them from doing. It's been a common occurrence for an evolutionary line being able to make use of a move that only one of the evolutionary line can practically execute. Your argument is moot, unless it's just your personal opinion.I can see what you're going for here, and it does make sense with regard to Timburr, but it would become a bit strange once it evolves and starts attacking with steel beams and concrete pillars instead.