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Just to let you know, the page does say at the top, "If the same item is present in both the 5% and 50% listing, the Pokémon will always (100%) hold the item when encountered in the wild.'. I don't know if that's what's actually used in the page though. Bluesun 02:04, 18 January 2011 (UTC)
- Ah, cool. I'll go fix that page up then. Thanks. Gymnotide 05:00, 18 January 2011 (UTC)
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Anyway, I was wondering if it was anywhere near plausible to create a page on Bulbapedia based on a sort of made up battle mechanic revolving around Flying-type, Levitate, Roost, Magnet Rise, Telekinesis, Iron Ball, Air Balloon, Ingrain, Sky Drop, Spikes / Toxic Spikes, Smack Down, etc. Over the past month, I've been playing around with the mechanics a little bit and I devised this little thread here: http://www.pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=253904 I feel like it's a bit dumb and redundant to say on every single page that "this move cannot affect targets that are Flying-type, have Levitate, is holding an Air Balloon, or is under the effect of Magnet Rise or Telekinesis, except if they are currently affected by Gravity, Ingrain, Roost, or Smack Down, or is holding Iron Ball." It makes it look like the mechanic is much more complex than it need be--all these effects interact with each other anyway... Gymnotide 12:50, 23 June 2011 (UTC)