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Gamefreak heard all your complaints about stealth ro, I mean dragons.
Fairy Dust is next. Works just like SR and makes dragons choke to death. Now we can do 75% passive damage to Dragonites in two moves. Isn't it great?
Why 75 percent? Because flying clearly needs another weakness. Too OP.
Places a stealthed hitman with a Glock on the opponent's side. When the opponent sends out a pokemon, he shoots them in the head with the Glock for a One Hit KO.
Why not cut out the middle man and just go Stealth Brock. Imagine Brock just throwing Geodudes at stuff.
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If stealth fairy comes out. Charizard and Gyarados will be laughing hard at all the other dragons.
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This made me lol harder than it should have XD
Places a time-warping clock on the opponent's side. Any opponent that switches in gets -6 stat down to speed.
Stealth C0ck (Rooster. Get your mind out of the gutter if you were thinking something else.)
Places a rooster on the opponent's side. Any opponent that switches in gets pecked by the rooster for flying type damage.
Places a leg of meat on the opponent's side. Any opponent that switches in gets kicked by it for Bacon-type damage.
The hitman also suffers from ADD so whether or not he fires is random. But gamefreak knows how much the players love random chances so they ought to love this mechanic. This just in all non flying type pokemon now have a 1% chance to trip (2% if they are green) every turn.
Places Spock from Star Trek on the opponent's side of the field. When the opponent switches in, he does a Vulcan Nerve Pinch on them which puts the opponent to sleep for 3 turns.
When a Pokémon switches in, the opponent disses them with a subtle, yet sharp insult. This causes them to cry and go back to their ball. Rinse and repeat in an endless loop until a switch-in doesn't get what they were saying.
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