Psychic hasn't been anything special since gen 1. Care to explain your reasoning?
Because Sp. Atk Slowbro.
Ignoring how one pokemon doesn't make a whole move great, Isn't psyshock better than psychic for that purpose?
#52mralpha543Posted 11/26/2012 9:26:01 PM
Actually I think that's what I was thinking of.. I always get confused with moves that have similar names or animations. Stone edge and Rock Slide for example. I can't remember which is which. Whatever either Psy move is pretty great in the right hands. --- Rocket Professor Al ~ R ~ Support Elesa! Rocket take over world!
#53MileRunPosted 11/26/2012 9:44:10 PM
Actually I think that's what I was thinking of.. I always get confused with moves that have similar names or animations. Stone edge and Rock Slide for example. I can't remember which is which. Whatever either Psy move is pretty great in the right hands.
My favorite Psy move is Oppa G-
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#54SuperbreederPosted 11/26/2012 9:58:18 PM
I can't narrow down my list or put it in any particular order...
I could keep going, too. That's the sad thing. Of course, for all of these moves, there is a number of Pokémon that can learn them but never should (i.e., Haxorus should never learn Surf [Cheren's an idiot]).
#55Baseball4Lyfe85Posted 11/26/2012 10:09:43 PM
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#56phoenixflame95Posted 11/26/2012 10:14:12 PM
Hmmmm...I have to go with U-Turn.
#57hyjinx17Posted 11/26/2012 11:09:04 PM
Ice Shard. A priority super effective move against all those annoying Dragon Dancing dragons, you bet it's awesome --- Rainbow Dash is best pony. The only argument I will accept is for Twilight Sparkle.
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#59Hitman1102Posted 11/26/2012 11:41:36 PM
Hmm, interesting question. Quite a conundrum. I see many good answers posted but I've also seen responses that counter those answers usually having to do with type difference. Because of this I have researched a move that is unbiased. A move that can be used regardless of a pokemon's type. And gentleman we have an answer.
Does it really matter what Pokemon type is on the receiving end of splash? Normal, Water, Steel, Psychic, Missingno, it doesn't matter. Splash will never lead to a "It's not very effective" response.
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