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    Question Pokemons water moves

    OK, was not sure where to put this, but seems like a good place.

    I was sitting thinking about rock pokemon and how water pokemon moves are effective against them. I saw an episode of anime where Brocks newly evolved sudowoodo had to cross the river to help Ash and the rest. ANd it fell in water a bit.

    SO I was thinking, would pokemon that use water moves, would their water be a little different than other "normal" water? Because if a rock pokemon fell into a puddle, or any water, would they not be hurt and if not, would that make water pokemons water different somehow? I can see why fire types certinally would get hurt by falling or being in water.

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    The water of the pokemon goes out at a high enough pressure.

    It could also be pure water, which becouse it lacks minerals and stuff normal water has, it dissolves them into it more easilly.

    Now, if you are talking about where does that come from, I'd guess it comes from erosion.

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    This is really more of a Pokemon World discussion. Moving.

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    Erosion, rock? Yeah I can see how that would work, some rock pokemon do repair themselves with bits of rock.

    And thanks for moving post, thought it should be on "Pokemon world"

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    There was that episode with the surfing Rhydon (which is Ground but still). Unfortunately I don't remember much about it, but I think *something* was said about that.

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    The Rhydon needed lots of practice in order to develop a resistance to the water. That's the only way it was able to go in the water without much (any?) damage.
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    This is to do with water and I read on here somwhere (how can water fish pokemon survive on land?) I noticed this in Pikachu's vaccation when a goldeen jumped past down a road and seemed fine out of water. SO fish pokemon could survive well in water or outside of water

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackjack Palazzo View Post
    There was that episode with the surfing Rhydon (which is Ground but still).
    Rhyhorn and Rhydon are Rock/Ground.

    Fire types aren't necessarily always hurt by simply being in water. Remember Ash's Cyndaquil in the Gym Battle against Pryce? It simply turned off its flame before diving in the water. Also, in the Chronicles episode about Casey and the incompetent Charizard, it was briefly completely underwater in a non-battle situation. Plus, we've seen Fire types relax in hot springs a few times. In that case, I guess if the water is hot enough it's ok for them because it keeps their temperature up.

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    About the charmander line being underwater... While they die if the flame of their tail goes off, it also burns stronger depending of them, so maybe a Charizard with a lot of effort could keep the tip of the tail hot enough (if not burning) to survive a few instants underwater.

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