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    I like it Licky (becuase it licks) then tung (for tounge). I so not like Pachiresue (or how ever you spell it.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikatwo View Post
    Lickitung's evolution should have been named Lickitund (as in rotund) to describe it's chubby, round shape. Whoever dreamt up the name Lickylicky is quite honestly the worst name-dreamerer EVER
    Agree

    Actually, most of the pokemon of Sinnoh have unimaginitive names. Like... Stunky (Skunk + Stinky). But than again, it works for it.
    But than again, this a comming from a guy who thinks that the Hoenn and Sinnoh Pokemon look weird. I don't know, I guess it because of the unusual choice of putting stripes and awkward colors on some pokemon.

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    Burmy creeps me out

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    I like burmy, it looks squishy. If pokemon were real, I would poke it.
    Maybe that's why I like Dunsparce so much, to me, it looks real squishy... and warm...hugable

    Now I sound like a fag... great.

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    Ok

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    Another would be Meganium, very average stats even without EV training at all. Yet it is in the NU tier... thats what I don't get, especially if it can learn Leech Seed, Synthesis and Energy Ball.

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    That's because Grass types aren't actually that useful. The only thing they really have going for them is Leech Seed.

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    The editor and and his grass type bias

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    It's true, I've never liked them nor had use for them.

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    Wait dragon fright is back! Yay if it weren't for his 'last thread' where he dised eveyone. He made a lot of enemies that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leo33wii View Post
    I like burmy, it looks squishy. If pokemon were real, I would poke it.
    Maybe that's why I like Dunsparce so much, to me, it looks real squishy... and warm...hugable

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    What's wrong with grass pokemon!?
    I use them other than for leech seed. I like the way they have multiple ways to status an opponent.
    I also like single battles since that is more of a challange. But than again, a lot more crazier shit can happen in double battles... yet they go by to fast.

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    Blehblehbleh status effects. The only ones I actively use are paralysis and confusion, and that's simply because Magneton has such a reduced practical moveset in Sapphire. I prefer to lascannon things out of my way, which means high power super effective moves. And I don't wall, I tank. So grass types have no place in my team because their strengths are covered by water and electric.

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    I do not know brellom is considered a UU

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    Because it's a fighting type as well, which are at least mildly useful.

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    I find it odd how it is called the grass type instead of the plant type that has always weirder me out since oddish is truly the only grass type pokemon.

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    I think grass type sounds better than plant type.

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    Well think about it
    fire types got fire
    water types have water
    flying types fly
    poison types are poisonous
    dragon types are dragons
    ice types have ice
    and grass types got grass? No they don't

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    Bagon is not a dragon. Neither are Dratini and Dragonair. Doduo and Dodrio can't (shouldn't thanks to the Fly HM being weird) fly. Swinub and Piloswine aren't made of ice. Most water types are fish.

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    I'm sure that a Breloom could be capable of defeating a Magnezone. I mean, it's both Fighting and Grass type. Electric attacks would do less damage and steel type attacks would do normal damage due to the weakness of grass and the resistance of fighting.
    Magnezone's on average have... good defense and Brelooms are usually quicker than Magnezone anyway, so I'm sure that a good low-kick some fighting type attack would either OHKO or 2HKO a magnezone, that is both pokemon are not holding any item.

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    Actually grass isn't weak to steel and fighting isn't resistant to steel. And then there's Tri-Attack, paralysis and confusion, not to mention lowering its special defence. I think it could be a close battle.

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    Well at least it is warented since they are baby dragons and fish pokemon live in water/ use water attacks dorio is anexecption like an ostridge and piloswine lives in cold areas sort of making it an ice type. Grass pokemon just ain't made of grass though.

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    But they live in places with grass. Behold your logic being used against you!

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    Not all and there are too many exceptions to say that and I do not think that the crap ass wild garss the game makers make counts as substantial grass in this situation.

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    I'm no longer sure why I'm trying to defend this.

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