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A target can be given; for any actions where no target is specified, it's randomized.
Could Encore be used on a Pokémon that hasn't moved on the previous action due to infatuation to Encore the last move it used successfully?Oh uh nevermind it does in fact work that way in the games, so.
edit: Also, if a Pokémon in a double battle is encored into a single-target move, is the target randomized like in the games or can a target be commanded?
I ref it the former way, but I don't see any real reason to standardize it. If you really needed it to be one way or another, your ref would probably go along with it.Is Fire Blast reffed as a fireball that hits the target and then spreads into a five-point star, or does it unfurl into a star the moment it leaves the user's mouth? (Or whatever they're using for it) If the former, could you give me an estimate on the size of said fireball?
The kanji for "big," not "fire."The 'start' is the kanji for fire
In a double battle, no one.In the case that residual damage from something like Sandstorm causes a pokemon to faint, does the pokemon who started the sandstorm get the credit/EXP for the KO? (assume in a double battle, please)
Yes.Is copycat prevented by taunt?
If a Pokemon heals another (like Heal Pulse) in a battle with restricted direct heals, will the healed Pokemon lose a restricted heal, or the healer Pokemon?
It would reduce its effectiveness, but probably not prevent it entirely.Could Uproar disrupt a Chill to a significant degree?
Could you eat up an opponent's heals by repeatedly Heal Pulsing them at like 98% health? Would Heal Pulse's energy cost actually be 1% there or is it always half the potential amount, like Wish?The pokémon that gets HP back is the one that loses a heal.
Useless post, I know, sorry, but this is a brilliant strategy.Could you eat up an opponent's heals by repeatedly Heal Pulsing them at like 98% health? Would Heal Pulse's energy cost actually be 1% there or is it always half the potential amount, like Wish?