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Old September 13th, 2008 (06:27 PM).
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I really apologize for posting such a careless topic.....
I really can't believe this once I saw it in action.
It noticed this while I was EV training Gengar in LG.
And, I know a few of you haven't noticed this because, as all of you know, Gengar is a special sweeper & desolates most of your opponents Pokemon & nobody would match up a ghost type & a fighting type.
The point it, after all of my years as a GBA player, I didn't mind to see this...
Gengar, a ghost & poison type can gat damaged by a fighting attack!
I know you won't believe me but I will still explain how in the world is this possible.
If you switch Gengar with the Pokemon that will get damaged by a fighting attack, no damage. It is also the same if Gengar attacks last- "It doesn't affect Gengar..."
But, if Gengar attacks first & the fighting Pokemon is still alive & uses a fighting attack(such as Revenge, Seismic Toss, Karate chop, Vital throw, etc..) Gengar recieves a not very effective damage.
Maybe this is because, when a ghost Pokemon attacks, It gets revieled. And when it dosen't it, it hides itself, therefore evading damage.
If it dosen't sound logical, I apologize.

I turned my game off once the idea of a glitch appeared in my head(I also tried it in Emerald<None of my game paks are fake>)
I truly don't know if its a glitch or not.
I hate myself for not noticing this minute & rare detail...
Please post your opinions about this.
(You people are free to call me "paranoid", "Noob" or an "idiot" because It really fits me & I think its not called flaming when the person accepts the statement)
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Old September 13th, 2008 (06:44 PM).
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Are you sure it didn't use Foresight or Odor Sleuth?
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Old September 13th, 2008 (06:50 PM).
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If it used Foresight, it will get damaged
here Accela:
http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Odor_Sleuth_(move)
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Old September 16th, 2008 (08:19 AM).
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Or the Poison type could in some way get damaged....
Subtypes have many times ruined my whole Battle tower Team(i hate Grumpigs!)
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Old September 18th, 2008 (03:00 AM).
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Revenge gains power if hit by the foe, meaning that it would do damage
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Old September 18th, 2008 (03:56 AM).
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Still, Revenge should not hit Ghost types if I'm not mistaken.

I have yet to test this out on LeafGreen, but it is probable that you have switched in on a Foresight. What Pokemon was attacking Gengar? If it's Machop / Machoke, then it's possible that they used the move Foresight since they do learn it by level-up.
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Old September 18th, 2008 (10:04 AM).
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The ONLY way a Fighting attack will affect a Ghost-type (doesn't matter what the sub type is) is with Foresight or Odor Sleuth. If you can recall where this battle took place, I can verify whether or not the aforementioned moves could have been used.
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Old September 20th, 2008 (05:33 PM).
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Quote originally posted by Accela Warrick:
Maybe this is because, when a ghost Pokemon attacks, It gets revieled. And when it dosen't it, it hides itself, therefore evading damage.
Spelling issues aside MY EYYYES! =[ I reckon it'd be more something along the lines of: It needs to make certain parts of itself solid, to interact fully with this dimension, and those parts can be hit, therefore damaging it, if only slightly.
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Old September 21st, 2008 (03:26 AM).
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Your a parnoid nooby idiot -.-

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Yh it may have used oduer slueth or foresight, If not.....Then it may be a glitch.
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Old September 21st, 2008 (06:23 AM).
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It's just a glitch. Nothing else.

Edit: Unless, of course, it used one of the aforementioned moves.
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