debates about Rugrats canon
- Oct 18, 2012
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All’s I said was it would be weird. Didn’t say it wouldn’t or shouldn’t happen, just to be clear.
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That was actually an oversight. It was never meant to learn Steel Wing, it was meant to learn TM51, which was Ally Switch in Gen 5, but when GF ported over its moveset, someone forgot that the TM was a different move in Gen 6. It becomes less excusable when it's still part of its Gen 7 TM moveset.Beheeyem being able to use Steel Wing
Oh, I'm fully aware of that. But as it stands, in Generation 7 it can still learn it. Which makes it a Pokemon able to use a move it technically should not be able to.That was actually an oversight. It was never meant to learn Steel Wing, it was meant to learn TM51, which was Ally Switch in Gen 5, but when GF ported over its moveset, someone forgot that the TM was a different move in Gen 6. It becomes less excusable when it's still part of its Gen 7 TM moveset.
Not everyone would be running poison, but poison will be definitely used more than it is now. The move will also help to curb the influence of Pokemon like Chansey who badly poison Pokemon like anything.If everyone is running Poison, then nobody would ever get any use out of having them
Unless it's Salazzle, which would then be countered into the ground and made useless
I'm sure you can express yourself better by typing in complete sentences, as I really don’t get your point since poison is super effective against fairy, and I don’t see how the presence of fairy will reduce poison usage.hello?
a rise of usement will be, but also steel, ground and fire will get used more.reduce
I always interpreted Moonblast as the user drawing on the light reflected off the moon, similar to how Moonlight allows the user's HP to be restored by the moonlight (Stadium2 description). Given this, it makes sense that a Pokemon associated with the new moon could not draw on the moon's light to use Moonblast.I've lately been wondering why Darkrai doesn't have Moonblast, given that its tie to lunar phases is no less weaker than Cresselia's (who does get this move).