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RBY Metronome - Wrap

Discussion in 'Analysis and Research' started by peach_nair, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. peach_nair

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    In a ladder match, an Alakazam used Metronome and used Wrap on the opposing Alakazam. The opposing Alakazam switched out of the Wrap, and the Metronome-Wrap user was allowed to pick another move the following turn. Apparently, partial trapping moves do not persist for multiple turns if they are used through Metronome.


    Turn 8

    The opposing Master used Recover!
    The opposing Master restored its HP.

    Alakazam used Metronome!
    Waggling a finger let it use Wrap!
    The opposing Master lost 4% of its health!
    Turn 9

    Pokemon Master JL withdrew Master (Alakazam)!

    Pokemon Master JL sent out Pepe (Tauros)!

    Alakazam used Psychic!
    A critical hit! The opposing Pepe lost 94% of its health!
    The opposing Pepe's Special fell!
     

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