Mm, really? Ah well, GF already sort of screwed that up a bit with having male Combees more common than female ones. XDmine is crap too, i checked with a expert a few minutes ago and he said male ones are rare. females are also workers and there is only 1 queen, i dont know anything else.
That's also true, thinking about it. Bumblebees and other bees that create generally lack a stinger, so if Combee did evolve, it'd probably become more of a swarming type of deal, rather than a complete drone.2. Combee was created because it's different than Beedrill - it's strictly a Honey-gathering bee, not a fighter. Male ones would continue to just gather honey, whereas there is a chance that a female could be the queen of the colony (Vespiqueen). I think we should just bee happy with Combee as it is (that was terrible).
I was actually curious back in Gen. III when it came to Muddy Water's existance. For the longest time, I thought it was either Ground, or Water/Ground, not... Water.Well, since we've had crazy ideas like 4th form evolutions and 3-type Pokemon, here's an idea of mine: Dual-typed attacks (and the addition of Dual-STAB). I got thinking about this when Swampert learned Muddy Water - it fit him perfectly, but it was a gimped Surf. I always thought that move should be Water/Ground typed, just like Swampert is! Other moves could go this way too, like Zen Headbutt could be Psychic/Fighting, stuff like that.
It would be fun to hit Rhyperior for x6 damage with Muddy Water (x4 Water, x2 Ground). Let's see Solid Rock handle that.
Really, to balance dual-type moves, there shouldn't be a double STAB, just a singular STAB. If we had that, then Swampert would literally send 4.5x damage on a Solid Rock Rhyperior, without any boosting items! ... That's pretty harsh.