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Favorite Iteration of this TM? - TM 12 - Water Gun VS. Sweet Scent VS. Taunt

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2 years ago#11
From: Meta289 | #007
Water Gun was the best TM ever.

Hmm.... nah
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2 years ago#12
wackyteen posted...
From: Risenreturn | #002
Sweet Scent is one of the most useful things ever, and having it as a TM was just fantastic

And Lol Water Gun

man, water gun is what you gave Rattata so it could fight Geodudes.


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2 years ago#13
Taunt is the superior move of the three, but it still manages to be my least favourite.
I always enjoyed using Sweet Scent to automatically trigger an encounter, but I didn't do so enough to care for its loss as TM status.

Now, Water Gun...I love that thing. I would use it on Rattata, Clefairy, or more often than not, Jigglypuff to help on my trek through Mt. Moon. Not having to rely on just my starter to get through those Geodude's was great. Plus I didn't feel bad using it and replacing that move later.
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2 years ago#14
Too bad Raticate never was that particularly useful in Gen 1.

Would've benefited from dark existing as a type.
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2 years ago#15
night call for votes
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2 years ago#16
morning call for votes
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