It is neutral. But as far as I know, in RBY, if the attacks are NVE against one of the types of a dual-typed Pokémon, the NVE message will trigger, despite the second type bringing the hit back to neutral.Playing Yellow; why is it that when I use Double Kick against Pidgey it says 'Not very effective', despite the fact it's Normal type in addition to Flying meaning it should be neutral?
It IS neutral.Playing Yellow; why is it that when I use Double Kick against Pidgey it says 'Not very effective', despite the fact it's Normal type in addition to Flying meaning it should be neutral?
http://www.smogon.com/forums/thread...attle-tower-records.52858/page-2#post-1850704idk how simple this is, but does anybody have a list of the sets used in the battle hall in platinum / hgss? they seem to be outside of the normal sets (for example, those in the battle factory). I'm actually kind of livid since I just lost 127 goddamn battles in because a dusclops lived my garchomp's outrage and quick clawed into two ice punches. I can't find this set anywhere, and there's other weird stuff I've seen (iirc, something like endsalac feraligatr, endsalac gallade, and probably other weird stuff).
To pull it off you need to disable auto-saving on connect in the options (can't remember which one exactly).
I occasionally get something similar. I've found that making sure there are no other apps running in the background can help, which points to a RAM issue.Does anybody have any solutions to fixing a GPS tracking issue on Pokemon Go? Mine just lost signal one day, and nothing I've done has fixed it (even deleting and re-downloading the app).
Oddly my map's GPS works fine so I don't think it's my phone's fault.
You don't need to rely on a coin flip to get no guard. Assuming you have access to Emerald you can breed multiple Machops, nickname them to be able to distinguish them and clone them with the Battle Tower glitch. Then you can transfer a copy of each one and see who get No Guard upon evolving, and teach Mimic to the corresponding Machop in Emerald.I'm hoping this is the right place to post this, but if I'm wrong please direct me to the correct thread.
I'm looking into using the Rage Glitch in Gen IV (and by extension Gen III to get Mimic) to get some powerful Pokémon to handle the Battle Frontier (aside from the Factory) with. I've seen Sheer Cold Machamp before, but the problem with it is that it's a coin toss as to whether the Ability will be No Guard or not (and if it's not then I wasted a Mimic tutor). Does anyone have any other suggestions for Rage Glitch candidates?
Catching a technician Scyther should be easier than using a swarm Scyther, so I think it's worth it.I'm playing through heart gold right now and caught a scyther in the bug catching contest but it has swarm instead of technician. I know Technician Scyther is supposed to be really good but is swarm still worth using?
The game doesn't change the presence/absence of Mirage Island when its battery is dead.I'm trying to get to Mirage Island in Ruby. I saw the information here, and since my Ruby has a playtime of 999:59 (and afterwards, the battery died), I RNG'd a Pokémon with a PID of 32AF0000 to unlock it. However, the man does not see Mirage Island with it in my party. What's wrong?
I think many people don't trade during playthroughs, so bullet punch would be irrelevant in this context. However, technician wing attack is very useful.technician is useful because it let's you ignore speed, and spam Bullet Punch (which has +1 priority) with a significant power boost. Swarm only gives you a situational power boost to bug moves, which aren't even that useful. In fact, Technician still boosts Bug Bite, so there's even fewer reasons to use Swarm.