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Old September 13th, 2013 (7:15 PM). Edited September 13th, 2013 by FluorescentMunchlax.
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by elarmasecreta View Post
    Coming up with triangles is something quite easy to do... things would be a lot more interesting if you come up with just two Pokemon to begin your journey with, or five.

    Rock Ice Ground doesn't seem like a good triangle to me, since the majority of rock and ground type Pokemon have similar appearances and movesets.

    Anyways, here are some ideas:
    Three Pokemon:
    Fire > Steel > Rock
    Poison > Grass > Ground
    Ice > Ground > Fire

    Two Pokemon:
    Water/Ice <> Grass
    Ground/Psychic <> Grass/Poison
    Steel/Ground <> Fire/Fighting
    Normal/Flying <> Grass/Ice

    Something even more interesting would be a triangle like Houndoom <> Breloom <> Claydol.

    In my game, the starters are Poliwag and Ralts. A bit weird, you might think, but I'm kinda fed up with the "Rival picks Pokemon which has the type advantage over yours" concept.
    I guess that would be cool to have two. It would be kinda interesting but you could do it where the two are supereffective on eachother like Ghost Ghost or Dragon Dragon but I do see where you're coming from with the multi-types... and I get what you mean with rock and ground having similar movesets, i didn't take that into account...

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by joeyhugg View Post
    Personally, I'm using the following triangle and pokemon:

    Ice -> Ground -> Steel

    Vanillite -> Trapinch -> Beldum
    That was one I considered... didn't want to clog my post with every single triangle possible, there's around 10-20
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