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Old 04-14-2004, 01:24 AM
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Default "Hats Off To Nintendo" Movesets

First of all I'm going to get this out of the way. All games and their respective characters and such are copyright to Nintendo of America.

Now on to other matters. These movesets a merely for fun, and I'd really like to see peoples opinions and fixes to them. I also hope to use them as lessons so that I will be better at movesets in the future.
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And the movesets are...where...?
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Default Re: "Hats Off To Nintendo" Movesets

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And the movesets are...where...?
I was making a new post so It would look neater.

Today, I will do a tribute to Nintendo's fan-loved alien-hunting series, Metroid.

History
In 1989, Nintendo released a very peculiar game. That game is known as Metroid. The game featured very strange concepts, such as killing aliens by doing somersaults and rolling into balls to reach new areas. It is now hailed as a NES Classic. A few years later, Samus found her way onto the SNES. Super Metroid featured everything that made the original great and somehow improved upon it. Now, Super Metroid is not only hailed as one of the greatest of the series, but as the best SNES game by some. Then, the series froze. Samus finally went 3D in Super Smash Bros for the N64. Sadly, Samus had to wait a few more years for her own 3D adventure. Finally, Ms. Aran got her 3D debut in Metroid Prime for the GCN. It was a new concept in the series, adding more suspense and understanding of Samus by being able to see the world through her eyes. This game also scored the highest rating possible by most gaming magazines. Hats off to Nintendo for making such an addictive game!

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Today, I'm doing a tribute to the Metroid series with two Pokemon. Tentacruel is here to represent the infamous, life-sucking Metroids. Aerodactyl also makes an appearance to represent coolest villain cantidate Ridley.

Tentacruel
Ability: Liquid Ooze
Item: Leftovers
Surf
Toxic
Wrap
Supersonic

Aerodactyl
Ability: Pressure
Item: Leftovers
Aerial Ace
Scary Face
Sandstorm
Toxic

The strategy to use with these to guys is to trap the opponent and poison them so that Toxic's damage can build up. Sandstorm and Supersonic help rack up a little extra damage along with Toxic and the STAB.
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Old 04-23-2004, 07:56 PM
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Will someone please rate these Pokes?
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Default Re: "Hats Off To Nintendo" Movesets

I don't think Toxic trapping on 2 of the weakest pokemon defensively using a low accuracy and reliability move such as wrap would work at all...
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Default Re: "Hats Off To Nintendo" Movesets

You have a great idea behind the thread, but usually theme-teams/Pogeymanz aren't really up to par in competitive play. Reflect on Aero, somewhere.
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Old 04-25-2004, 01:46 AM
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I'd never use them in a team either, but I just want to check how good I can make sets.
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If you want to show how you make good sets, rate ppls teams, don't make theme sets that suck =[
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