Luckily I did understand that having more than one move per type was not that useful, even when playing Blue as an eight-year-old. I recently found my old Blue game and my team had pretty diverse movesets (for as far as that was possible in Gen I).
My Blastoise, for example, had Surf, Earthquake, Blizzard and Hyper Beam. --- www.youtube.com/GeneralSecura
Lol, hardly that set is garbage. Where the f*** is Blast Burn? --- Zangoose is the one good Pokemon that came after Gen 1, everything else about Gen 3, as well as gens 2, 4, 5 and 6 is awful. I do not like Gen 3, just Zangoose.
Ingame doubling up on moves is a lot more useful since you'll be fighting more than 6 pokemon between heals. --- ======,-' . . . . \###/ . . . .__. . . . ,'======= Auto Phoenix?!? =====,-' . . . . . . . . . ./###\ . . ,'======== I'm boned!!
I remember my Blastoise in the original Red back in the day. Surf, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam and Fissure. And he was the only one of my Pokemon I bothered to level up. And I'm pretty sure I used the Master Ball on a Ponyta. --- Samurai Goroh for Smash Bros. 4! -Dreams Crushed- Well, hopefully Mewtwo and Wolf will at least be back...
When I was a beginner, my Blaziken had Sky Uppercut, Fire Punch, Blaze Kick and Mirror Move. I don't think I've ever had a Pokemon with 4 same type attacking moves --- Don't play to win, play for fun. Love playing games with people, that's why I love Wi-Fi. 3DS: 1203-9417-6170, PSN: Trixster196, Y IGN: Tommy
Speaking of Blastoise, I think I had Surf, Blizzard, Earthquake, and... something. I forgot what. --- Natwaf congratulates raytan, Winner of the CB IX Guru contest! And not an anthropomorphic personification