Last edited by Emperor Empoleon; 10th May 2011 at 2:53 AM.
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I absolutely love Chandelure. Especially my shiny chandelure. It is just so amazing that chandelure has the HIGHEST special attack for a non legendary. I'm currently training my shiny chandelure. It's special attack is just monstrous.
If only it had Focus Blast so it won't rely on HP Fighting.
Go with Energy Ball for water types miju.
You can switch out if you can't counter it...or in double battle pair Chandelure with a pokemon with Storm Drain ability miju >.<
No pokemon is absolutely perfect so we have to deal with their flaws, with those kind of shells i expected samurott to have its physical defense equal to Blastoise and earthquake miju ;-;
Last edited by Emperor Empoleon; 10th May 2011 at 4:41 AM.
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A supporter that move would be perfect miju!
You know, I've never thought of Shell Break on Samurott. That would make him beast and separate himself from other generic water types. GF better make it a move tutor in the third version.
...to Calm Mind. Chandelure has the Defences and speed to setup well. One Cm is enough thanks to its amazing attack.
Not enough pokemon have Shells for it to be a viable tutor move.
And no we're not going to give Shelgon Shell Break. It is beyond insanity to imagine Salamence with Shell Break.
Yeah maybe I should teach it Calm Mind. I didn't think about that
(I mean if they bothered with Twister and String Shot as tutor moves, then any move can make it :S)
Last edited by Emperor Empoleon; 11th May 2011 at 12:03 AM.
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Yeah, I wouldn't mind some shell moves
SHELL SMASH. Seriously, it wrecked me on Wi-Fi battles once, I never realised how good a Clamperl could be (or how bad my team could be T.T)
Running for the thrill of it
This leaves Blastoise, Lapras, Samurott, Shuckle, and Torterra.
Considering the pokemon that already have Shell Break, and the need for a balanced game, how many pokemon will learn Shell Break through move tutor?
Tirtouga can too.Break a turtles and you've just cracked its ribs.
FR&LG Dex entry - Protected by a hard shell, its body is very sturdy. It skewers prey with its claws to feed.Armaldo doesn't have a shell. Its an exoskeleton.
If it's okay for those too then it shouldnt be a problem for others.Apart from Clamperl/Shellder, if you break the shell of those who learn Shell Break, they can actually survive.
Metapod's B&W dex entry - A steel-hard shell protects its tender body. It quietly endures hardships while awaiting evolutionKakuna and Metapod are cocoons.
Kakuna's Soul Silver dex entry - From this form, it will grow into an adult. As its body becomes softer, the external shell hardens.
So then get it from Kabuto.Kabutops 'shell' is just large bones proven by skeletons.
That's still a shell :PTogepi is an eggshell.
But it's still has a shell of some sort.Gastrodon doesn't have a hard shell, anymore.
This shell thing may not make completely realistic sense, but you can still find reason as to how or why they could learn the move. In Pokemon terms, if nothing else.
I'll give you those ^^Parasect is a fungus. Aron is is solid steel rather than a steel shell.
Last edited by Emperor Empoleon; 12th May 2011 at 3:32 AM.
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If anyone looks at my profile you'll see that I listed my fave as "Dragonite", but I also love Infirnape, Emboar, Tysplosion, and Reshiram (combo of my favorite types! Yay!) So here's a shoutout to dragonite fans. Did anyone see "Night at the Nacrene Museum/Gym"? Lol
Spoiler:- This is for the TV show...:
So yeah. Dragonite is so heavy, but he can fly with tiny wings! And learn Surf! Anyone with me?
Oh and if you listen to the pokemon B&W theme song, you'll hear "It's not always black and white/Your heart always knows what's right" and they're right.
Magcargo has a shell.
Last edited by Profesco; 12th May 2011 at 4:55 AM.
Is there anyone out there that likes whischash? favorite of mine from RSE. also gets dragon dance and spark
I have claimed Giratina