The page says that foresight brings the foe's evasiveness stat to 0. This is kind of ambiguous.
Say you're in a double battle, and you use foresight against a Chancey that has had used minimize. Are both Pokemon able to hit the Chancey as normal, or does it only apply to the "foreseeing" Pokemon? What if you target a Pokemon with Sweet Scent? Then its evasion would go down to -1, right? Would foresight then *increase* its evasion back to zero?Talonos 00:14, 3 November 2009 (UTC)
- Also, can this be baton passed? Or, is it a one time move? I.E. one Pokémon uses it, and any others that you want to switch to can take advantage. If no one gets to this I'm sure I'll test it eventually...FromCrimsonToWool 20:14, 31 January 2010 (UTC)
- Just tested - Foresight sets the foe's evasion to 0, meaning it will act like it had never used Minimize. This continues even if the user of Foresight switches out. The effect of hitting Ghost-types also continues after switching. Blueapple128 22:49, 12 March 2010 (UTC)