View Full Version : Open Battle: IceKyurem VS Hitmonfighter -- Hitmonfighter wins by DQ.
03-22-2011, 07:28 AM
(1) Single Battle, 1 Pokémon each.
(2) DQ: Three Days
(3) Damage Caps: 50
(4) Restrictions: - No direct recovery moves. - No OHKOs. This includes Perish Song and Destiny Bond. - Three Chills.
(5) Arena: Desert
Just a simple desert arena. There is a Sandstorm here, so all Pokemon that are not Rock, Ground or Steel Type recieve 6.25 damage at the end of every turn and all of the rest of the things that happen in a Sandstorm. Earthquake deals half as much damage here, as the sand absorbs most of the shock.
(6) Ref Style: Open
[Thorn] Ferrothorn, Female
Ability: Iron Barbs
Sig Move: None
03-22-2011, 05:28 PM
Twrappy the Trapinch, Male, Hyper Cutter, no signature moves.
After Ferrothorn's first attack, Dig under the ground, and don't come up until Ferrothorn's second attack hits you. Then, use Bulldoze. If Ferrothorn uses Power Whip, try to dodge it.
Dig/Dodge - Bulldoze/Dodge
03-23-2011, 07:14 PM
Ok let's start with Leech Seed, since we are first. Then go for Seed Bomb.
Leech Seed-Seed Bomb
04-08-2011, 08:47 PM
The two trainers stood in the middle of the desert, surrounded by swirls of sand which were blown at them by the strong winds. Hitmonfighter peered out from behind his Go-Goggles; he was just able to see his opponent, IceKyurem, staring back at him. His hand clutched at the Poké ball in his pocket and he tossed it out – causing a flash of light after which a spiny Ferrothorn appeared on the sandy ground. Seeing this, IceKyurem released her chosen warrior. This was a Trapinch, who scuttled around the ground before spotting the opponent and baring his razor-sharp teeth.
[Thorn] Ferrothorn (F)
Moves: Leech Seed ~ Seed Bomb
[Twrappy] Trapinch (M)
Moves: Dig ~Bulldozer
Thorn, the Ferrothorn, was the quicker battler and so was able to get the first move. Small seeds grew on the end of each of the creature’s appendages, each glowing green as they expanded. The grass-steel type searched for her opponent and, when she saw him, fired the three sets of seeds straight at the ant-like creature. Unfortunately, the seeds were buffeted by the wind and sand and due to that went off target.
Twrappy, the Trapinch, didn’t stop to wonder what had happened. Instead, he started to eat away the sand beneath himself to form a tunnel through which he could pass and hide. The soft sand was moved out of the way and the Pokémon delved down into the ground. As he disappeared, fresh sand was blown over the hole – erasing the evidence that he had ever been there.
Thorn, who couldn’t see that his enemy had vanished into a subterranean tunnel, prepared her next attack. The three metallic discs on the ends of the appendages were brought together and a glowing white seed was produced on the centre one. The ball of grass type energy was fired into the swirling sand and hit the ground where Twrappy had been just moments ago. A lot of sand was thrown into the air by the explosions following the attack but the ground type was too far underground to be hit.
However, he was able to feel the vibrations caused by the attack. Once he did, he shot upwards towards the place where he knew his victim would be; pushing the sand out of the way rather than slowly chewing through it. Eventually, he burst out into the open air – hitting Thorn’s underside, where she happened to be weakest. Despite the critical hit, the attack didn’t do much damage to Thorn, although it did hit her in a way which made moving a little harder than it already was, and Twrappy was still hit by the metallic spikes which protected the Ferrothorn’s body.
[Thorn] Ferrothorn (F)
Condition: Not too worried; -1 Speed.
[Twrappy] Trapinch (M)
Condition: Rather pleased at this round.
Leech Seed- (Rolled 91/100, 90 or under needed to hit; Ferrothorn -6 Energy.)
Dig- (Trapinch -11 Energy; doesn’t hit opponent as Trapinch stays underground.)
Seed Bomb- (Ferrothorn -7 Energy; doesn’t hit as Trapinch is underground.)
Bulldozer- (Critical hit; Trapinch -10 Energy, -4HP due to Iron Barbs; Ferrothorn -5 HP.)
Sandstorm: Neither Pokémon is harmed. Neither Pokémon has their stats raised.
(I hope I got the right idea from IceKyurem's moves.)
04-09-2011, 07:18 AM
D:... 90 to make Leech Seed hit and I get 91... Stupid bad luck...
Oh well, try Leech Seed again. Then go for Toxic. Unless he uses something like Dig to avoid or something like Protect or Substitute, change to Hone Claws.
Leech Seed/Hone Claws-Toxic/Hone Claws
04-15-2011, 06:41 AM
Is there now DQ? He hasn't posted his moves in 3 days...
04-15-2011, 10:35 PM
EDIT: Yeah, turns out KantoBreeder already notified him.
Hitmonfighter gets $10 for winning.
IceKyurem gets nothing for being disqualified.
KantoBreeder gets $5 for reffing a round.
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