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Old February 26th, 2013 (09:28 AM).
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Quote originally posted by Archeops12354:
This move does the same damage to yourself as it does to the user, so basically you're attacking yourself with this powerful move, as well as the foe. So this is a last-resort move. See? Nothing is overpowered if you have the correct side-effects.
Personally, I think Earthquake is overpowered. It does 100 damage, 100% accuracy, hits everyone on the opposing team, and is super-effective against 5 different types. The best thing about this move is that it has no side-effects, good or bad. That is why Earthquake is considered the best move ever - because it is powerful, reliable, and has no side-effects.
Hyperbeam and explosion seem really powerful at first glance, but their side-effects are just horrible, making them bad moves despite their overwhelming power.
That's right: Here I will do a example:

2vs1:

You're using a Tyranitar with 4% HP and your foe has a Blissey with 15% HP.
You have a Staraptor with 23% HP, but your foe used SR and Switching would be useless.
Tyranitar has SR, useless; Pursuit, no PP left; Crunch, disabled; and Triple Edge.
Anyways you're going to die, Triple Edge's massive power would faint her and with Staraptor left you'll win.
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