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    How does the planets move?

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    Itsme

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    How does the planets move?

    Post by Itsme on Tue Sep 06, 2011 4:18 pm

    I thought first at calling this ability rotate but it's just too simple... Then I decided to call it Elliptical

    If anyone have a better name just say it!

    This ability works for double or triple battles.

    Effect: this ability raises a random stat (But not HP and hidden stats) between turn to every pokemon on the field one by one starting with the holder of this ability then moving clockwise.

    In other words... Jupiturn gets a boost the first turn, then the pokemon that is on the right gets a boost the next turn and it keeps even for the opponent pokemon. When it does a full circle, it starts again and the boosts are conserved.


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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Gelatino95 on Tue Sep 06, 2011 4:21 pm

    So, the speed of pokemon isn't calculated? Speed is one of the biggest factors in competitive battling. Something like this would completely overhaul the metagame. I know we're not making a competitive metagame, but this seems way too unrealistic for my tastes.


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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Itsme on Tue Sep 06, 2011 4:51 pm

    This will work only on your pokemon.

    The pokemon that you call first will move first... this will make the user think twice of it's strategy and wich pokemon to Attack first and who is next... It will be fun and besides if the opponent's pokemon is faster it still get to attack first... Speed is not neglected... it's just the matter of choosing the turn of your pokemon!
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Blackjack on Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:00 pm

    No, this is broken.
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Itsme on Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:32 pm

    Fine I'll think of something else... any ideas... just for doules or triples!

    How about this ability raises a random stat (But not HP and hidden stats) between turn to every pokemon on the field one by one starting with the holder of this ability then moving clockwise.

    In other word... Jupiturn gets a boost the first turn, then the pokemon that is on the right gets a boost the next turn and it keeps even for the opponent pokemon. When it does a full circle, it starts again and the boosts are conserved.
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Blackjack on Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:50 pm

    No, it is a bad idea, too.

    Sorry for that. No, seriously. Can you give this ability other effect, please?
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Itsme on Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:53 pm

    why? You always say no without saying why?

    Remember your 1 2 3 steps on J woo... I need one now and if you got some ideas too!

    Log in to the chat box so we can sort this thing if you want of course!
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Blackjack on Tue Sep 06, 2011 6:07 pm

    Sorry, I'm on Pokémon Online right now.

    Well. The points.

    1) Is a really bad idea to rise the stats of your foe.

    2) If you make that you decide the order to move, you nulify one of the basics of Pokémon.

    3) The second idea is basically group Moody.

    4) You can a better effect.

    5) The idea is to respect the limits of Pokémon.

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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Itsme on Tue Sep 06, 2011 6:28 pm

    Thanks...

    1-It's a luck based game... maybe the good stat of the foe will rise maybe the bad one... Don't forget, that the stats of your pokemon will rise first.

    2-ok that is not the effect anymore.

    3-Group moody LOL, If you want yes... where is the problem with that? besides moody rises stat 2 stages and lowers 2 stages of your pokemon completely different.

    4-Well I can... But I need help that's why I called you Wink

    5-Never wanted to cross them... Sorry!
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Blackjack on Tue Sep 06, 2011 7:48 pm

    Moody drops one level, not two.
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    Re: How does the planets move?

    Post by Itsme on Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:04 pm

    Changed the OP...

    Got rid of the other effect, just give me your opinion on the new effect...

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