Oct 21, 2013 · So for example, let’s say you are using a pokemon with 100 speed and electro ball. If their speed is more than 50, the move will do 60. If their speed is between 50-33, the move will do 80. If their speed is between 33-25, the move will do 120. And if their speed is under 25, the move will do 150.
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I’m really confused Ash’s Pikachu learned Electroweb in the latest episode. It didn’t forget Thunderbolt, and it almost certainly didn’t forget Iron Tail or Quick Attack, which leaves only Electro Ball.
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No other moves have the same effect as Electro Ball. Pokémon. Electric Pokémon get STAB, and have their types highlighted in green. Pokémon with higher Special Attack are more suited to Electro Ball’s special damage, and have the stat highlighted in green.
The gas inside the Plasma Ball glows where the electricity passes through the air. The charges are trying to go where there is no built up charge. The sphere builds up charge really fast because it’s small. The earth is REALLY big so you can pour charges into it forever and they’ll never build up. Charges always take the shortest, easiest path.
Electro Ball エレキボール: Power Points: Base Power: Accuracy: 10 1 100 Battle Effect: The user hurls an electric orb at the target. The faster the user is than the target, the greater the damage. In-Depth Effect: Electro Ball is unique in that its power is determined based upon both the user’s speed and the speed of the target.
This design allows the mechanism to be simple enough that it doesn’t need to know where the ball is or how many there are. The thing I’m finding interesting is that bumpers don’t really respond to being physically bumped. It’s not somehow detecting the bump, just that a ball has rolled near it.
So the schematic shows ball return, motor switch 4C, and red hole kicker, motor switch as 1B. I’m a little confused as how to determine the order of switch stacks on the motor (A,B,C,etc.) but the sections are clearly labeled (1,2,3,4) so I get that.
The speed of the ball is attenuated by 0.9 % after each bounce. The trajectory is plotted using the output function % ODEPLOT. % % See also ODE23, ODE45, ODESET, ODEPLOT, FUNCTION_HANDLE.