History FanonPokedex / Minccino

14th Oct '11 9:29:24 PM Aiguille
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In general, two "schools" of Minccino battling style can be observed in the wild. The first one has them always keep close to the opponent, darting and hopping around in a manner that allows them to preserve and build momentum that they carry out from their tree leaps and other maneuvers; this particularly [[WaxOnWaxOff benefits the simplest, more instinctive patterns of attack]] such as tackling or scratching, which they perform with added power at no extra effort expense. The second, somewhat rarer teaching is similar to patterns exhibited in {{FanonPokedex/Shellder}} or {{FanonPokedex/Aipom}} attack styles, where as part of a calmer, more thought movement, the Pokémon always follows their opponent and [[CircleOfExtinction maintains a constantly open vector of attack]], allowing them to consecutively land attacks even as they move or wiggle around. This kind of strategy is far more taxing on their small bodies, which might be the reason why so few specimens seem to be taught this way; however, it can be observed that Cinccino greatly benefit from is as they can learn a variety of attacks involving the concept of throwing stuff around, up to and including BulletSeed.

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In general, two "schools" of Minccino battling style can be observed in the wild. The first one has them always keep close to the opponent, darting and hopping around in a manner that allows them to preserve and build momentum that they carry out from their tree leaps and other maneuvers; this particularly [[WaxOnWaxOff benefits the simplest, more instinctive patterns of attack]] such as tackling or scratching, which they perform with added power at no extra effort expense. The second, somewhat rarer teaching is similar to patterns exhibited in {{FanonPokedex/Shellder}} or {{FanonPokedex/Aipom}} attack styles, where as part of a calmer, more thought movement, the Pokémon always follows their opponent and [[CircleOfExtinction [[CirclingMonologue maintains a constantly open vector of attack]], allowing them to consecutively land attacks even as they move or wiggle around. This kind of strategy is far more taxing on their small bodies, which might be the reason why so few specimens seem to be taught this way; however, it can be observed that Cinccino greatly benefit from is as they can learn a variety of attacks involving the concept of throwing stuff around, up to and including BulletSeed.
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