For not wanting Fletchling to become Fire/Flying solely because it would suck competitively? :P
Not if they nerf the rocks like everyone wants them to.
No, since Rock is the best offensive type so you'd never be able to use it on the competitive scene. And then if they nerfed Rock then that would create more problems.
My Rampardos will be so happy :D
Not really. It looks like it, but just because a Pokemon used a certain move, I am not counting them to adapt a certain type. Staraptor's main claim to fame is Close Combat, but it is not a Fighting-type. I also hope that it won't be part-Fire as well.
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Implying that Normal/Flying wouldn't suck as well... I also don't want it to become Flying/Fire, though.
Neither are good, but Normal/Flying is the lesser of two evils. A Normal/Flying type with Flame Charge is a LOT more impressive than a Fire/Flying with Flame Charge, don't you think?
[QUOTE=stickerstaryoshi;bt284461]Neither are good, but Normal/Flying is the lesser of two evils. A Normal/Flying type with Flame Charge is a LOT more impressive than a [B]Fire[/B]/Flying with [B]Flame [/B]Charge, don't you think?[/QUOTE]
Agreed. You're not petty at all, Druddigon. 4x weakness to Stealth Rock? No, thanks! Sure, both typings have glaring flaws, but like StickerStarYoshi said, I too feel a Normal/Flying type is the lesser of the two evils and gives Fletchling more opportunity to battle in a competitive environment.