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New Gen Pokémon

A fan-made project based on Nintendo's Pokemon series to create an imaginary game in a similar style to those of the official series.

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    Elastick (normal-type)

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    MrLiLiBubba

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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by MrLiLiBubba on Fri Oct 28, 2011 5:38 pm

    love the design and the sprite Very Happy
    i take it this will be a rare electric type, equivalent of maybe, electabuzz?
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by Gelatino95 on Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:58 pm

    Nope. Pure normal. It's supposed to look like rubber.


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    MrLiLiBubba

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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by MrLiLiBubba on Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:09 pm

    oh. i thought it was going to be an electric mixed sweeper.... also though i made up a pokemon a while ago and it looks like it could be a prevo i could upload some art is you want
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by MrLiLiBubba on Sun Oct 30, 2011 5:22 pm

    sorry for the double post but here is a moveset idea:

    START-Pound
    START-Defense Curl
    9-Low Kick
    11-Doubleslap
    15-Work Up*
    18-Mach Punch
    20-Sonic Boom
    26-Slam
    28-Razor Wind
    30-Protect
    33-Fire Punch
    33-Ice Punch
    33-Thunder Punch
    37-Power Whip*
    40-Zen Headbutt*
    43-Nasty Plot
    44-Close Combat*
    45-Double Edge
    47-Blaze Kick
    50-Explosion

    TM/HM list (based from 3rd Gen list)
    01-Focus Punch
    03-Water Pulse
    04-Calm Mind
    06-Toxic
    08-Bulk Up
    10-Hidden Power
    15-Hyper Beam
    21-Frustration
    24-Thunderbolt
    25-Thunder
    26-Earthquake
    27-Return
    30-Shadow Ball
    31-Brick Break
    34-Shock Wave
    35-Flamethrower
    38-Fire Blast
    40-Aerial Ace
    42-Facade
    43-Secret Power
    46-Thief
    50-Overheat


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    Blackjack

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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by Blackjack on Sun Oct 30, 2011 5:59 pm

    And what 'bout Acupressure? Wasn't it supposed to disble its foes with touches to the main nerves?
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by MrLiLiBubba on Sun Oct 30, 2011 6:22 pm

    i didnt include our invented moves
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by Itsme on Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:09 pm

    I like the movepool but what are the asterisks side to some moves (*)?

    Also I would have it learn some kicking moves so it can use it's 4 limbs perfectly and maybe brick break but I don't exactly know wich generation these moves came out!

    Doesn't it learn any TM post TM(50) or the movepool is not complete yet cz it would make perfect sende to give it Grass Knot since low sweep is a 5th GEN move!

    Those are only ideas I'm suggesting the movepool is fine the way it is!
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by MrLiLiBubba on Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:14 pm

    Itsme wrote:I like the movepool but what are the asterisks side to some moves (*)?

    Also I would have it learn some kicking moves so it can use it's 4 limbs perfectly and maybe brick break but I don't exactly know wich generation these moves came out!

    Doesn't it learn any TM post TM(50) or the movepool is not complete yet cz it would make perfect sende to give it Grass Knot since low sweep is a 5th GEN move!

    Those are only ideas I'm suggesting the movepool is fine the way it is!

    the asterisks show that it is a gen 4 or 5 move meaning since pokemon essentials is 3rd gen based, it might not be possible to add them. and the reason it doesnt learn TMs past 50 is because there are only 50 TMs in 3rd gen

    also i edited add a few moves to the moveset
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by Itsme on Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:19 pm

    Ah ok! I really clueless about 3rd gen games... Thats why my movepools always have every move I want the pokemon to have regardless what gen it is because we can always delete them when we make the game or install them to RPG if we can do this. But if we can add new moves, why can't we add gen 4 and 5 moves that way?
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    Re: Elastick (normal-type)

    Post by MrLiLiBubba on Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:21 pm

    ...why did i not think of that xD i guess its also we might not be able to mimic the after affects of some of them but flame charge and stuff would work where its no complicated i will make another TM/HM list based from 5th gen

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