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Discussion in 'Ruins of Alph' started by Ceielo, Dec 1, 2007.
"3HP IV makes me need only 63 HP to make a sub, instead of 70."
I laughed so hard.
When I Endeavored the Blisseys, at low HP left, I couldn't even get to 70 HP to sub for the next Poke to KO. What's the use of getting an Endeavor in when I can't even Sub again to End the next Poke? Blissey was the main threat to my team since I have 3 Special Attackers, and with the Bliss having 1 HP left instead of 70 ensured a KO, even after it used it's Leftovers Recovery.
Even if I used Sub-Seed Sceptile, having less HP ensures I have more HP recovered from the Seed / Leftovers. Try using it before you talk trash about it.
Steelix can already take Earthquakes from Tyranitars and Aerodactyls, as well as Dragon Danced Quakes from Salamence. I don't need a boost in Defense as it is. Base 200 Def makes him take quite a few hits. Adamant ensures he gets the last laugh during Earthquake fights against Metagross and those I already mentioned.
I have already used Steelix @ Careful Nature and it was STILL taking Quakes and Brick Breaks left and right and surviving. I'm sure even without Impish, he could survive since I have tested it a lot. Adamant Nature + HP Steel ensures a better chance at KOing those Aerodactyls and gives more power to it's Earthquakes. If all you are going to do is be a complete jack ass, I suggest you do it elsewhere.
Like I said in my previous thread, I am here to learn. I am testing while I am learning, and putting the best of what I learned into good use. Exactly like that Steelix and that Sceptile. As soon as you give me real numbers and not just "lol @" trash, I will start listening to you.
Touched: I am still kind of new to this forum and don't want to flood the place with threads of generally the same team.
I think I am just going to post it here and in the first post, to make it show them both whichever the thread readers see first.
That's a rough draft and I have to look at it again in a minute. I am in a hurry right now.