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Old August 19th, 2012 (1:11 PM). Edited August 19th, 2012 by Pokemon Trainer UV.
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    Okay, I'll stop arguing.

    But understand;
    Wolves are feral animals that have been known to survived getting whacked by a moose. Wolves are MUCH sturdier than dogs. Before you give stats to animals, at least learn about them first. A wolf is a wild animal that survives in one of the harshest enviroments; while dogs were bred just to help humans do work, or be family pets.
    A wolf is far from being a Fido. It's pretty much superior to a dog in every physical aspect.

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    Like I said, before giving animals stats, actually learn about them first.


    Also I think you're getting defense and HP mixed up. HP is the amount of damage a Pokemon can take before it faints, Defense determines the amount of damage it takes.
    Don't look at it as a number, look at it in a relative way.
    Say, a Golbat is hit by a neutral attack and it loses 20 of its HP of say...200.
    That's 10% of its HP lost.
    A Wigglytuff is hit by the same attack, and it takes about 50 damage, out of 300. That's 15% of its HP lost.
    Wigglytuff may have more HP, but it takes more damage regardless.

    HP is meaningless if you don't have a good defense.

    Blissey has huge HP and a huge Special Defense, but a neutral physical attack would still have massive damage.

    One last time; We're talking about reality here. If I want to train my Charmeleon to have more resistance to water, then I can. That doesn't delete it's weakness, but it can still be tough.


    I won't reply to this thread anymore.
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