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Delibird has always been super-effective against Dragons....

#1harle1012000Posted 6/13/2013 5:08:23 PM
...and yet he has always sucked. What I'm trying to say is, just because something like Fairy-typed Jigglypuff exists, doesn't mean dragons are endangered in anyway or that Jigglypuff is now OU.

If anything, Choice Specs Draco Meteor was nerfed thankfully, which is good. A Salamence or Hydreigon with DM/EQ/FireBlast was a nightmare to switch into.

Also, nice to see my fave type, Poison, getting some buffs. Hopefully, it finally gets a legendary this gen too!
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#2Octaivian_RexPosted 6/13/2013 5:11:47 PM
Delibird is not immune to dragon as far as I remember.
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#3Hierarchy225Posted 6/13/2013 5:12:33 PM
Octaivian_Rex posted...
Delibird is not immune to dragon as far as I remember.


This.

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#4Meta289Posted 6/13/2013 5:13:55 PM
Nobody's saying that Jigglypuff is going to be an actual threat. People are just saying that it's funny that Jigglypuff, of all things, has a type advantage over Dragon types.
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#5Strain42Posted 6/13/2013 5:15:12 PM(edited)
Last I checked, most Dragons are incredibly powerful and can still take down a lot of Pokemon even without using their STAB.

And I know I'm jumping the gun here, but I don't imagine Fairy type being known for its high defense.

A non-STAB neutral attack can still do a lot of damage, and there are a lot of Dual type Dragons that could use their other type for damage purposes against the Fairies.

I think people are seriously over-estimating Fairies just because they're SE to Dragons (and possibly immune)
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#6harle1012000(Topic Creator)Posted 6/13/2013 5:18:08 PM
Strain42 posted...
Last I checked, most Dragons are incredibly powerful and can still take down a lot of Pokemon even without using their STAB.

And I know I'm jumping the gun here, but I don't imagine Fairy type being known for its high defense.

A non-STAB neutral attack can still do a lot of damage, and there are a lot of Dual type Dragons that could use their other type for damage purposes against the Fairies.

I think people are seriously over-estimating Fairies just because they're SE to Dragons (and possibly immune)


Azumarill with Pure Power and ANY physical Fairy attack. Azumarill has good defenses and nice typing (Water/Fairy).

Also, I'm assuming Azumarill is Fairy type too because of Marill
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#7CakeOfLiesPosted 6/13/2013 5:26:12 PM
Octaivian_Rex posted...
Delibird is not immune to dragon as far as I remember.


Fairy was not confirmed to be immune to dragon as far as I remember.
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#8P0k3m0nWaRR10R8Posted 6/13/2013 5:27:23 PM
Why do why keep making these topics? From what I've seen, more people are getting angry at people for saying Dragons are dead than the actual number of people who say Dragons are dead.
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#9Hierarchy225Posted 6/13/2013 5:28:04 PM
CakeOfLies posted...
Octaivian_Rex posted...
Delibird is not immune to dragon as far as I remember.


Fairy was not confirmed to be immune to dragon as far as I remember.


Fairy was confirmed as a counter/balance to dragons so its safe to assume its immunity.
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#10gangsta_livinPosted 6/13/2013 5:30:13 PM
in blissey supposed to be fairy as well?