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Old March 13th, 2013 (02:50 PM). Edited March 13th, 2013 by Cassino.
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It's worth bearing in mind that the actual speed statistic more accurately describes a monster's effective agility in combat. I doubt a Purugly can actually move that quickly. Consider for instance that Pidgeot's maximum possible speed stat is a disproportionately lower value of 309 in spite of it being stated to be capable of flying at practically the same speed as 1556mph (≈ mach 2). Still, it stands to reason that Purugly would be more agile than its bulk suggests, due to its low centre of mass and widely-spread legs.
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