^^ He is the chosen two.
@SouLAnnie are you up to play now?
Poison consistently puts almost all Pokémon on a timer, or forces them to use status curing moves or switch out.
Burn is only really good against physical attackers.
1) Zapdos, Zoroark, Zorua, Zacian, Zamazenta, Zigzagoon, Zeroara, Zekrom, Zubat, Zygarde, etc.
3) Poke is a shortened term for Pocket, as the original name of the manga was Pocket Monsters. Thus, Poke(t)-Mon(ster)
I wouldn’t be too worried If I were you Soulannie, my team is not looking the best rn.
Also, every typing has a move that can beat a Pokémon that is resistant to it (Assuming properly trained)
Weaknesses-Ice, Grass, Water
There are two different apps. Pokémon fandom app & Fandom app. In the Fandom app you can see polls. In the Pokémon Fandom one you can’t
Impidimp was shown at E3 tho, so its not out of the picture
They posted first, so their post is the original. Therefore it shouldn't be deleted. Your post addressed the same topic, but there was already a post for it, so your post was unnecessary
Divide by 3, multiply by 4, divide by 5, etc...
14, 14, 1, 1
I’ll join with Grimsley
R34 and DevianArt have ruined Gardevoir for me
Peliper is actually half decent competitively as a good option for a rain based team
HG, SS, B&W 1
Whaddya just call me?
1) A lot of things. IV’s, EV’s, Level, Movepool, Typing, Nature, Ability, Gender (Sometimes), Weight (Sometimes), Stats (Particularly speed), Base stats, Items, etc.
2) A trainer with knowledge and smarts. Not knowing about certain parts of your Pokemon (IV’s, EV’s, Nature, and stats in particular) can massively hinder you against someone who does.
3) Mostly how well they do their job. For example you wouldnt judge a Toxapex on their offensive potential since its job is to tank (mostly)