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Should Ghost types be immune to Ground types?

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User Info: CakeOfLies

3 years ago#11
Hey, let's break Mega Gengar and Aegislash even more.
And let's make normal Gengar and Giratina-O's ability redundant.
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User Info: Duchess_Of_Nuts

3 years ago#12
Earthquake itself shows the ground shaking. However, the action is performed by sliding two pieces of land against each other. In other words, the Pokemon uses its control over the ground to form two small and temporary plates, then drives them towards each other under the target. Floating targets get hit, meanwhile, targets adept at flying can fly high enough to avoid the jutting-jagged-quick-form-spearhead.

It makes sense. If you use your brain to think about it.
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User Info: srzg

3 years ago#13
Ghost is good enough already with the steel nerf and 2 immunities ~wdlp was here~

User Info: DarkKirby2500

3 years ago#14
Ghost Types should just be immune to all physical attacks. Then it would make sense.
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