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Talk:Fly (move)

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Cyrus's Magnezone used Fly or Magnet Rise? Cynthia's Garchomp is really "flying through the skies" as the text in this page states or only running, with Dragon Rush or something? These are allowed in the table while a Pikachu flying with balloons (what's considered "Fly" by the TCG and [[Media:Yellow Forest US Art.PNG|game art]]) is not? [[User talk:Duke R|'''<font color="#0a0" face="Lucida Sans Unicode">|) u |( e</font>''']] [[Special:Contributions/Duke R|'''<font color="#b00" face="Verdana">®</font>''']] 22:32, 17 January 2012 (UTC)
:Magnet Rise is a completely different move. It allows a Pokemon to levitate over Ground-type attacks. The manga usually stays true to the games move-wise, so when a Trainer is flying on a Pokemon's back, it's usually Fly., running? There have been several parts where Garchomp is flying... when its fighting Cyrus in Celestic Town, in Veilstone City, and on Spear Pillar to name three off the top of my head. [[User:Littlmiget123|Littlmiget123]] 02:35, 18 January 2012 (UTC)
== Capture ==
Is it worth noting that (in Emerald at least), Poké balls can be successfully thrown at wild Pokémon in the semi-invulnerable turn of Fly? I tried to catch Rayquaza several times in this way but it broke free of the Ball. Also, this is slightly off-topic, but I have confirmed that in Pearl and White, the semi-invulnerable stage of Shadow Force and Dig prevents capture. —<small>'''[[User:Team Magma Zangoose|<span style="color:#444444">Team Magma</span>]] [[User talk:Team Magma Zangoose|<span style="color:#A00000">Zangoose ⚡</span>]]'''</small> 02:19, 30 September 2012 (UTC)

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