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Old January 25th, 2012 (2:39 PM).
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You've got a lovely Exeggutor icon, Curious. :3 I love it!

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Reason for joining: Grass types are my favorites right next to electric. I'm planning on doing a grass-only run in Crystal and Emerald very soon, too. :D
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Old January 26th, 2012 (4:25 AM).
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    welcome to the club, Cirno! :D good to see you here (:
    whimsicott's so cute ><

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    Old January 26th, 2012 (6:29 PM).
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    You've got a lovely Exeggutor icon, Curious. :3 I love it!

    Name: Cirno
    Partner Pokemon: Whimsicott! ♥
    Reason for joining: Grass types are my favorites right next to electric. I'm planning on doing a grass-only run in Crystal and Emerald very soon, too. :D
    Welcome to the club Cirno, glad to hear you love these cuties. ;> And thanks for the compliment haha. I love Whimsicott too, I've started a new game in my White and I traded a petilil for a cottonee. Although its nicknamed; Fluffee, I don't care it's still cute; and pretty strong I have to admit. ;p However unfortunately it's getting pumped by Burgh. D:
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    Old January 29th, 2012 (1:03 PM).
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    Recently I've been playing through Sapphire again and using Treecko as my starter... It's so good! It kills everything that the rest of my team can't handle with its Leaf Blade. The only criticism I have is that it doesn't have a great move pool. :3 I bring this up as it seems we don't currently have a topic being followed, so here's a new one! ^^

    New topic: Which Grass starter do you find most useful in-game?
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    Old January 29th, 2012 (4:37 PM).
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    Good topic, probably Turtwig out of them all, simple because of its impressive typing and its ability to be able to use moves such as Earthquake, Stone Edge, Crnch, Leaf Sotrm etc when evolved which make it quite a powerhouse, the only issue with it is its speed. (When a torterra)
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    Old January 31st, 2012 (10:10 PM).
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      ^ what he said. Turtwig, when fully evolved can learn some great moves and its typing is pretty good. I also like the Grass/Ground combo.
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      Old February 1st, 2012 (4:57 AM).
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      Then again, that is precisely the reason why I stick with Turtwig. It's really useful in battles and is bulky enough.
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      Old February 1st, 2012 (5:33 AM).
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      The best Grass starter without a doubt is Turtwig cos it gets good attacks, good defense plus an interesting typing as Torterra, its only problem is speed.
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      Old February 1st, 2012 (9:06 PM).
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        I would LOOOOOOOOVE to join this club!

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        Reason for Joining: Grass type are just amazing! If only our actual real grass can cooperate with us rather than getting blown by the wind all day long, I'd have some entertainment in my life LOL
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        Old February 1st, 2012 (10:12 PM).
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        I would LOOOOOOOOVE to join this club!

        Name: Sector Revenge
        Partner: Autumn the Leafeon!
        Reason for Joining: Grass type are just amazing! If only our actual real grass can cooperate with us rather than getting blown by the wind all day long, I'd have some entertainment in my life LOL
        Welcome to the club. :3 Interesting grass theory, xD; I sure hope my grassed stayed how it was for awhile, nice and trimmed. Mowing it is hazordous in this heat. D:
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        Old February 2nd, 2012 (4:10 AM).
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          Recently I've been playing through Sapphire again and using Treecko as my starter... It's so good! It kills everything that the rest of my team can't handle with its Leaf Blade. The only criticism I have is that it doesn't have a great move pool. :3 I bring this up as it seems we don't currently have a topic being followed, so here's a new one!

          New topic: Which Grass starter do you find most useful in-game?
          Honestly, Treecko. Only grass starter I've used that has been on my team longer than the fifth gym leader.
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          Old February 2nd, 2012 (9:22 PM). Edited February 2nd, 2012 by curiousnathan.
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          I'm in love with a few grass-types myself from - strangely - Gen V; Lilligant, Whimsicott, Cottonee, and Sweaddle, Swadloon and Leavanny.
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          Old February 2nd, 2012 (9:40 PM).
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            I'm in love with a few grass-types myself from - strangely - Gen IV; Lilligant, Whimsicott, Cottonee, and Sweaddle, Swadloon and Leavanny.
            Are you talking about...Generation 5? LOL you said IV(4)


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            Old February 2nd, 2012 (9:44 PM).
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            Oh oops, yes sorry I did mean Gen V. :3
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            Old February 2nd, 2012 (9:49 PM).
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            5th Gen has very interesting Grass-types - Leavanny has some great slashing-based moves, Serperior can Coil away, Lilligant can sweep after setting up Quiver Dances, Whimsicott sets up strategy before anyone can attack and Simisage has different variety.
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            Old February 2nd, 2012 (9:54 PM).
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              5th Gen has very interesting Grass-types - Leavanny has some great slashing-based moves, Serperior can Coil away, Lilligant can sweep after setting up Quiver Dances, Whimsicott sets up strategy before anyone can attack and Simisage has different variety.
              Leavanny makes Parasect obsolete. It's a shame because I actually liked Parasect..

              What about the Steel/Grass typing of Ferrothron? He is slooooow. Has strong defenses, but will he be worth a slot in your party?
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              Old February 2nd, 2012 (10:06 PM).
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              What about the Steel/Grass typing of Ferrothron? He is slooooow. Has strong defenses, but will he be worth a slot in your party?
              Ferrothorn is one of the best Grass-type walls with an Iron Barbs/Rocky Helmet combo to chip away at your Hit Points.

              Sawsbuck with Sap Sipper can be a big threat against other Grass-types cos if Grass-type attacks hit Sawsbuck, its Attack gets boosted and you'll regret using a Grass-type attack in the first place.
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              Old February 2nd, 2012 (10:09 PM).
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                Ferrothorn is one of the best Grass-type walls with an Iron Barbs/Rocky Helmet combo to chip away at your Hit Points.

                Sawsbuck with Sap Sipper can be a big threat against other Grass-types cos if Grass-type attacks hit Sawsbuck, its Attack gets boosted and you'll regret using a Grass-type attack in the first place.
                That's right, Sawsbuck can learn the mighty Megahorn too can it? That'll tear up the Grass-Types as well!
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                Old February 2nd, 2012 (10:12 PM).
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                That's right, Sawsbuck can learn the mighty Megahorn too can it? That'll tear up the Grass-Types as well!
                I use a female Serious Sap Sipper Sawsbuck, she's currently in her Summer Form.

                Mine has Leech Seed, Return, Megahorn and Horn Leech in her arsenal.

                Even though the 'buck has so many weaknesses, it can tear up Grass-type attackers with Megahorn which hits even harder after a Sap Sipper boost.
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                Old February 2nd, 2012 (10:24 PM).
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                  I use a female Serious Sap Sipper Sawsbuck, she's currently in her Summer Form.

                  Mine has Leech Seed, Return, Megahorn and Horn Leech in her arsenal.

                  Even though the 'buck has so many weaknesses, it can tear up Grass-type attackers with Megahorn which hits even harder after a Sap Sipper boost.
                  Have you ever used Sawsbuck as a Chlorophyll in a Sunny Day team? She's quite fascinating!
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                  Old February 7th, 2012 (9:39 PM).
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                  Nope, not for me, I do'nt like Sawbuck tbh; buuuuut I suppose I could give it a go! :3
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                  Old February 10th, 2012 (11:45 AM).
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                  Why do you like Grass-type Pokémon: They are usually cute and small. I love Grass-type moves and some moves are pretty powerful like Wood Hammer and Leaf Storm. Grass-type Pokémon are nature Pokémon. <3
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                  Old February 11th, 2012 (2:55 AM).
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                    Partner Pokemon: Spike the Cacturne (so original)
                    Reason for joining: They're Grass types! I like plants and these two are technically the same thing.

                    As for which grass starter I find most useful in-game, it's Sceptile (Treecko) because in Emerald, he helped a lot against Wallace, Juan, and the two psychic type leaders. Torterra was amazing as well, but I didn't find him as useful as Sceptile.
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                    Old February 11th, 2012 (3:11 AM).
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                    Partner Pokemon: Spike the Cacturne (so original)
                    Reason for joining: They're Grass types! I like plants and these two are technically the same thing.

                    As for which grass starter I find most useful in-game, it's Sceptile (Treecko) because in Emerald, he helped a lot against Wallace, Juan, and the two psychic type leaders. Torterra was amazing as well, but I didn't find him as useful as Sceptile.
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                    Why do you like Grass-type Pokémon: They are usually cute and small. I love Grass-type moves and some moves are pretty powerful like Wood Hammer and Leaf Storm. Grass-type Pokémon are nature Pokémon. <3
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                    I would LOOOOOOOOVE to join this club!

                    Name: Sector Revenge
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                    Reason for Joining: Grass type are just amazing! If only our actual real grass can cooperate with us rather than getting blown by the wind all day long, I'd have some entertainment in my life LOL
                    welcome to the club,d4rka8isz, Xeberos & Sector Revenge!!!!
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                    Old February 11th, 2012 (3:43 AM).
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                    A hearty warm welcome to you all, welcome the club, have fun discussing everything there is to grass types!

                    Alright guys time for a new topic! Another cliche'd topic, yes I know.

                    Which Grass Type Pokemon's shiny sprite is the worst or the best?
                    Give reasons to support your claims.
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