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Starter Speculation/Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation VI Discussion' started by bobandbill, Jan 8, 2013.


Which starter would you use?

  1. Chespin

    845 vote(s)
  2. Fennekin

    1,329 vote(s)
  3. Froakie

    849 vote(s)
  4. NONE, Dunsparce looks better

    127 vote(s)
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  1. Dragalge

    Dragalge Naganadel

    Don't be silly, if anything it's best Fighting move will be Arm Thrust like BW1 Emboar.
  2. Everlasting

    Everlasting Everything stays.

    I'm seeing Hammer Arm with Chesnaught actually. :p
  3. -Nator-

    -Nator- Psyperiority

    If hit 5 times, it's the equivalent of Brick Break. Hooray!
  4. I think standard Chesnaught sets will be Spike shield/Wood hammer/Hammer arm/mach punch or Stone Miss
  5. -Nator-

    -Nator- Psyperiority

    If not Stone Miss, then at least Rock Slide. Sometimes the flinch is nice.
  6. Chesnaught is too slow to abuse the flinch chance IMO. Stone Edge would be the overall better choice for the power.
  7. bentleyaaronj

    bentleyaaronj Well-Known Member

    Rock Slide/Stone Edge is a must-have for Chesnaught. He needs a move to cover his 4x weakness to Flying and 2x weakness to fire.
  8. Well now I know what to look for to make my Delphox a complete pain. Haha!
  9. Fire Blast/Psyshock/Focus Blast/Energy Ball.

    There you go.
  10. Shraeder

    Shraeder It's Lit

    Fighting moves I can see Chesnaught learning:
    Power Up Punch
    Brick Break
    Hammer Arm

    Greninja Dark type moves:
    Dark Pulse
    Faint Attack
    Sucker Punch
    New special Dark move

    Not going to do Delphox since we already know 3 Psychic moves it learns.
  11. Locormus

    Locormus Can we please get the old forum back?

    Agreed. As for Greninja, it needs Pursuit, while Chesnaught needs Rolling Kick.
  12. -Nator-

    -Nator- Psyperiority

    I don't know about Rolling Kick, but maybe Low Kick. Chesnaught doesn't strike me as a flexible Fighting type.
  13. cmats4020

    cmats4020 Well-Known Member

    Who knows? With this gen, GF hasn't really been following their normal standards and has broken tradition.
  14. PinkNinjaCatty

    PinkNinjaCatty Dark Trainer

    The font from the demo doesn't match the font from the leaks /:
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2013
  15. Rhynox

    Rhynox Well-Known Member

    Personally hoping for a moveset wich is kind of a mix between Conkeldurr and ferrothorn. A bulky attacker with boosting moves, complete with priority and draining moves, in addition to support moves like leech seed, spikes, etc. That'd be amazing
  16. -Nator-

    -Nator- Psyperiority

    So? Demos are more or less betas.
  17. Yeah demos usually come with warnings these days saying this isn't a representation of the final product. Plus I've seen some solid videos that have same text.
  18. -Nator-

    -Nator- Psyperiority

    Though it's unlikely, there could also be an option to change the font for all we know.
  19. Spyfox4989

    Spyfox4989 Water Pokemon Master

    So no word on Dark type moves for Greninja? Still? Isn't anybody playing with a Greninja right now and can tell us?!
  20. -Nator-

    -Nator- Psyperiority

    He learns no moves by level-up. We can only hope he gets some good Dark moves via tutor or egg moves.
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