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Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation III Discussion' started by Ebil McClucky, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. Ebil McClucky

    Ebil McClucky DAT ***

    Speed raise Evasionness? Because I was in a battle with a Ninjask,it's ablitly(sp?) allowed it to raise it's Speed,and I couldn't hit. It didn't have any Evasion redusing moves.
  2. Knight_Ram

    Knight_Ram Well-Known Member

    I think it does. Maybe it depends on the speed of each pokemon used in battle.
  3. Shine

    Shine Psyched Up Staff Member Moderator

    No, Speed has nothing to do with accuracy & evasiveness.
    1. Where did you battle it? In Battle Tower/Frontier? It might hold Brightpowder.
    2. What move did you use? Not all moves has 100 accuracy......
  4. Ebil McClucky

    Ebil McClucky DAT ***

    1).No,I was VSing a Ninja Boy in a route I can't remember.
    2)I don't remember what moves I was using.
  5. There is a pretty good chance that it used Double Team when you weren't looking. And if they weren't, there are plenty of moves that don't hit 100% of the time, such as Rock Slide. There is no relationship between speed and evasion, as Shiny Trainer said.
  6. Crasher

    Crasher Well-Known Member

    It doesn't. Most moves don't hit anyway. You just missed, thats all.
  7. Pokenicks

    Pokenicks Come at me bro

    Evaisivness and Speed are two different things.
    Speed allows you to attack first. If you have higher speed than your opponent you will strike first.
    Evaisivness allows you to dodge. Higher Evaisivness = more dodging.

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