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GSC 1U-L (Universal - 2017 Legacy) Isa's Mass Damage Calculations

Discussion in 'Analysis and Research' started by Ortheore, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. Ortheore

    Ortheore Senior Moderator

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    Similar deal to what I posted a few weeks ago, Isa created a massive list of damage calculations for each pokemon in GSC OU. It's really cool and I figured it might be something ppl are interested in

    Blissey to Skarmory:
    docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0Ar74gDh6yTPPdGNhMUEzUUlaRlJRTTFMVDBNTVJ4LUE&output=html

    Snorlax to Zapdos:
    docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0Ar74gDh6yTPPdGhseXJLUVBDRWpfUE5IN2hVVUE0OUE&output=html

    Selected BL Pokémon:
    docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0Ar74gDh6yTPPdE5mSEtZbFd5N3Z5TnRHclpjbzdubUE&gid=4

    Original post: Mass damage calculations | Mount Silver
     
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  2. magic9mushroom

    magic9mushroom BEST END. Member

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    I'm not sure if those are 100% correct; I know he had some issues with not rounding correctly.
     
  3. asbdsp

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    I think this is the most incredible pokemon competitive resource that I have ever seen in any format.
     
  4. Isa

    Isa Member

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    nah its obsoleted by A Pokémon Calculator tbh

    when i did this there was no practical way of quickly getting a look at how much damage an attack dealt. this damage calc gives way more accuracy with the most common moves preloaded. my calcs were useful for some time and i used them myself, but now i havent used either the gsc or the rby calcs for several years. i am glad it's still finding it's fans though
     
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    The nice thing about this is you don't have to figure out a somewhat convoluted interface of the calculator. The numbers for important calcs are in front of you if you know where you're looking.
     

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