2 vs 2 Doubles 0/0 recoveries and chills 1 day dq all abilities Items: ON Switch: N/A Arena:Pure Chill Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide Field Type: Ice Complexity: Moderate Format: All Restrictions: see mechanics *Ten Years Ago* "Mommy!" "Yes my dear child? What's the matter, why are you crying?" "Mommy, truffles was battling a staryu and got hurt by a water attack!" "Yes baby, He's part ground, that means-" "But mommy! He's Ice too! doesn't ice resist water?" "Sorry hun, but that's not how it works." "WHA? but mommy it makes sens-" "Perhaps dear. but it just doesn't work that way. Now go draw mommy a picture." "Sniff. Okay...." As he grew, that little boy also found that Ice did not resist anything besides itself. It was also weak to things that the boy couldn't even believe. It was his favorite type, and the boy thought to himself, "Why is this so? Ice should resist certain things. It makes sense!" That boy was me. And i promised to find a way to allow Ice types the justice they deserved. i traveled the globe for proof and clues, and ingredients to enact my master plan. Finally, with enough supplies and money, i created an artificial habitat that would allow Ice types to experience what they deserve. This is the Pure Chill Experiment. Mechanics The Pure Chill Experiment is taken place in a large square room, 500 feet long and 500 feet wide. The ceiling is 20 feet high. The walls are lined with steel, but most of the steel has ice formed on it. Even if a section does not have ice on it, it is extremely cold to touch. The Floor is coated in ice as well, though it is not very thick. The room acts as freezer, keeping the cool in and pulling the heat out. This Area is quite simple and plain-jane, but I have created the perfect conditions for ice types. The exact temperature (kept classified), alongside key substances and elements in the air (also kept classified), give Ice the ability to resist certain types they weren't able to before! This arena gives Ice pokemon the resists they deserve. its only natural, after all. -The Ice Type now resists Grass, Water, and Ground. Also, Rock is not super-effective against Ice. Ice is super-effective against Rock. Rock attacks do neutral damage to Ice Types. -The floor has ice, so every action non-ice pokemon have a 5% chance to slip and take 10 damage (Pokemon with Levitate/Suction Cups/Anchor Body are not effected) -Because the room is lined with steel, Dig cannot be used -Hail is the only weather that works here -Scald is the only water attack that Ice Types do not resist [/QUOTE] Glacier Knight pwnemon Glacier Knight sends out first, equiping items. pwnemon sends out second, equiping items and attacking. Glacier Knight attacks. Eternal Drifter refs to the best of his ability. Best of luck to the both of you!