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HYPOTHETICALLY speaking, let's say there are dual-type moves

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User Info: MM125

MM125
4 years ago#1
Which old moves would make sense to get retyped? For example:

Scald: Water/Fire
Freeze Shock: Ice/Electric
Ice Burn: Ice/Fire
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User Info: HHDeception

HHDeception
4 years ago#2
They wouldn't work that way.
Sound good?

User Info: ZTIger5

ZTIger5
4 years ago#3
Dual-type moves would most likely act like Psyshock, in the sense they start as one type (to give the user a STAB) then inflict a different type of damage.

Speaking of, I thought of one the other day that could be interesting:

Heat Lash
Physical/Steel-Fire
100 Damage/90 Accuracy
30% Burn Chance

So it would be a Steel-type STAB, but inflict Fire damage. The idea came from hot chains.
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User Info: Callista08

Callista08
4 years ago#4
Scald would not be water/fire.... its hot water not flaming water.

I could see things like elemental punches, being retyped.
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