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    In pokemon conquest, Is it possible to get black Rayquaza without the event Reshiram?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Griff View Post
    In pokemon conquest, Is it possible to get black Rayquaza without the event Reshiram?
    As far as I understand, yes, you do. For Rayquaza to be obtainable you need to have first obtained every other legendary Pokemon.

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    :T is sheer force a dream world ability for steelix? If not..maybe ive just been really unlucky in finding one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ganta Igarashi View Post
    :T is sheer force a dream world ability for steelix? If not..maybe ive just been really unlucky in finding one.
    Yes, it is. You would need to find a Weak Armor Onix in the DW though. They're in Icy Cave by default :)

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    I'm kind of confused about how the move Roost works. I was under the impression that if that move is used, the user becomes "grounded" and becomes vulnerable to Ground-type moves. But that wasn't my experience when I was battling a friend using my Flygon against his Pidgeot. Pidgeot used Roost so I used a Ground-type move (I don't remember which one) thinking it would hit but it didn't. Was it non-effective because my Flygon was faster and Roost was used second, thus ending the turn, which would make my Ground-type moves ineffective at the beginning of the next turn? In other words, if a slower Pokemon uses Roost during Single Battle (ending the turn) does the faster Pokemon's Ground-type moves become ineffective since they would be used at what would technically be the next turn? This would make it advantageous to have the move on a slower Pokemon, would it not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokePal15 View Post
    I'm kind of confused about how the move Roost works. I was under the impression that if that move is used, the user becomes "grounded" and becomes vulnerable to Ground-type moves. But that wasn't my experience when I was battling a friend using my Flygon against his Pidgeot. Pidgeot used Roost so I used a Ground-type move (I don't remember which one) thinking it would hit but it didn't. Was it non-effective because my Flygon was faster and Roost was used second, thus ending the turn, which would make my Ground-type moves ineffective at the beginning of the next turn? In other words, if a slower Pokemon uses Roost during Single Battle (ending the turn) does the faster Pokemon's Ground-type moves become ineffective since they would be used at what would technically be the next turn? This would make it advantageous to have the move on a slower Pokemon, would it not?
    I dont believe Roost makes Flying Pokemon venerable to Ground type moves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokePal15 View Post
    I'm kind of confused about how the move Roost works. I was under the impression that if that move is used, the user becomes "grounded" and becomes vulnerable to Ground-type moves. But that wasn't my experience when I was battling a friend using my Flygon against his Pidgeot. Pidgeot used Roost so I used a Ground-type move (I don't remember which one) thinking it would hit but it didn't. Was it non-effective because my Flygon was faster and Roost was used second, thus ending the turn, which would make my Ground-type moves ineffective at the beginning of the next turn? In other words, if a slower Pokemon uses Roost during Single Battle (ending the turn) does the faster Pokemon's Ground-type moves become ineffective since they would be used at what would technically be the next turn? This would make it advantageous to have the move on a slower Pokemon, would it not?
    The effects of Roost only last for the turn it was used. So yeah, slower Pokémon don't show any of the effects besides healing.

    As for whether it's advantageous or not, it really depends on how good Flying is at resisting the opponent's move. For example, if your opponent is using a Rock-type move, it would be helpful to ditch the Flying type before they attack. But in the situation you described, the slower Roost user has the advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquanova View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PokePal15 View Post
    I'm kind of confused about how the move Roost works. I was under the impression that if that move is used, the user becomes "grounded" and becomes vulnerable to Ground-type moves. But that wasn't my experience when I was battling a friend using my Flygon against his Pidgeot. Pidgeot used Roost so I used a Ground-type move (I don't remember which one) thinking it would hit but it didn't. Was it non-effective because my Flygon was faster and Roost was used second, thus ending the turn, which would make my Ground-type moves ineffective at the beginning of the next turn? In other words, if a slower Pokemon uses Roost during Single Battle (ending the turn) does the faster Pokemon's Ground-type moves become ineffective since they would be used at what would technically be the next turn? This would make it advantageous to have the move on a slower Pokemon, would it not?
    I dont believe Roost makes Flying Pokemon venerable to Ground type moves.
    Indeed, Roost only restores half the user's max HP, and if a flying type uses the move, it will lose it's flying typing (or if it was a pure flying type, be treated as a normal type) until the end of the turn.

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    I'm having a total mind-blank. So, at the risk of sounding really dumb...

    Was there a canine Pokemon introduced in Gen IV?

    Gen I - Growlithe/Arcanine
    Gen II - Houndour/Houndoom
    Gen III - Poochyena/Mightyena
    Gen IV - ...?
    Gen V - Lillipup/Herdier/Stoutland
    Surely Snubbull counts as a dog. Not gen 4 but it counts.
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    Quick question about the video games.

    As you know, Growlithe evolves into Arcanine.
    Growlithe learns Flamethrower at level 49. Arcanine learns Extremespeed at level 49, too, however.

    What I would like to know, is, if I level up my Growlithe to level 49, so it learns flamethrower, then evolve it at level 49, will the newly evolved Arcanine learn Extremespeed?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini View Post
    Quick question about the video games.

    As you know, Growlithe evolves into Arcanine.
    Growlithe learns Flamethrower at level 49. Arcanine learns Extremespeed at level 49, too, however.

    What I would like to know, is, if I level up my Growlithe to level 49, so it learns flamethrower, then evolve it at level 49, will the newly evolved Arcanine learn Extremespeed?
    I believe it does work like that, so you should be able to get both moves. If it doesn't though, you can always get a Heart Scale and teach it Extremespeed through the Move Relearner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini View Post
    Quick question about the video games.

    As you know, Growlithe evolves into Arcanine.
    Growlithe learns Flamethrower at level 49. Arcanine learns Extremespeed at level 49, too, however.

    What I would like to know, is, if I level up my Growlithe to level 49, so it learns flamethrower, then evolve it at level 49, will the newly evolved Arcanine learn Extremespeed?


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    Also, Confidemus, I think Riolu is as close as you can get to a dog in Gen 4. :o
    Which game are you playing? Growlithe learns Flamethrower on lv. 39 and lv. 34, in B/W and B2/W2, respectfully. As well as Arcanine learning Extremespeed. But like RiverAura said, Growlithe will learn Extremespeed when evolved. You can also teach him Extremespeed with a Heart Scale if you happen to miss the lv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beck View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mini View Post
    Quick question about the video games.

    As you know, Growlithe evolves into Arcanine.
    Growlithe learns Flamethrower at level 49. Arcanine learns Extremespeed at level 49, too, however.

    What I would like to know, is, if I level up my Growlithe to level 49, so it learns flamethrower, then evolve it at level 49, will the newly evolved Arcanine learn Extremespeed?


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    Also, Confidemus, I think Riolu is as close as you can get to a dog in Gen 4. :o
    Which game are you playing? Growlithe learns Flamethrower on lv. 39 and lv. 34, in B/W and B2/W2, respectfully. As well as Arcanine learning Extremespeed. But like RiverAura said, Growlithe will learn Extremespeed when evolved. You can also teach him Extremespeed with a Heart Scale if you happen to miss the lv.
    Thanks you 2. And I'm playing on Fire Red :') Serebii.net says Growlithe learns flamethrower and Arcanine learns Extremespeed both at level 49.

    Thanks for the help, though! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini View Post
    Thanks you 2. And I'm playing on Fire Red :') Serebii.net says Growlithe learns flamethrower and Arcanine learns Extremespeed both at level 49.

    Thanks for the help, though! :)
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