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How do you explain Steel being NFE against Water?

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3 years ago#1
Electricity I suppose since it would conduct or something.

Fire would heat up the metal too much.

Steel on Steel wouldn't hurt.

But I don't understand Water at all. If Water was SE against Steel it could be explained away with rust or something but it's the other way around.
3 years ago#2
You can't cut water...?

I dunno. :/
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3 years ago#3
SlimeStack posted...
You can't cut water...?

I dunno. :/


With that logic you couldn't use any physical attack of any kind against it.
3 years ago#4
Pokemon logic AKA because it feels like it.
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3 years ago#5
If you smack water with a steel pole it just splashes around. You don't actually do anything to it.

Or something. Like, it's just a game.
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3 years ago#6
If anything, water should be strong against steel because of rust.
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3 years ago#7
XWolfO posted...
If you smack water with a steel pole it just splashes around. You don't actually do anything to it.

Or something. Like, it's just a game.


Eh but what exactly do things like Fighting do to Water? Punching water has the same effect as smacking it with a steel pole.
3 years ago#8
Steel should be SE against water because you can use a bucket to throw water out onto the street!
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3 years ago#9
What can steel do to water?
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3 years ago#10
Stainless Steel does not readily rust or corrode.
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