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So that's why Splash is a normal type move

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User Info: DarkRoad06

3 years ago#1
Didn't know this but just cane across. Copy & Paste

In Japan, the useless move Splash is actually called Hop. This explains why it is a Normal-type move and not a Water-type move, and can be used by Pokemon such as Hoppip or Spoink.
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User Info: bakkahentai8600

3 years ago#2
And calling it Splas ruins the real world myth.
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User Info: mech dragon

mech dragon
3 years ago#3
What's the myth?

User Info: javel34

3 years ago#4
mech dragon posted...
What's the myth?

The one about a fish jumping a waterfall and becoming a dragon or something I guess.
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User Info: TorchicBlaziken

3 years ago#5
Then why isn't it a Flying-type move like Bounce?

User Info: Master X

Master X
3 years ago#6
I wonder; GF have had NO urge to correct this?
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