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4th Dec 2019, 7:00 AM in Invasion of Konoha Arc
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RandomRex6 4th Dec 2019, 7:00 AM edit delete
Pokémon type science doesn't always help. Especially since Fire and Ice seem to go either way at times.

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Otaku 4th Dec 2019, 8:34 AM edit delete reply
Otaku
Yeah, not just Pokémon but a lot of "game science" is about balance. In the real world, there are other variables. Water may douse a fire... or it may just be evaporated by the heat and the flame. Pokémon has a bunch of relationships that are totally for game balance. Sure, I've got some stone cookware, but most of what goes in my oven is either ceramic or... metal. Fire really should not be a problem for Steel-Types.

Water shouldn't be less effective on Grass-Types, either. A jet of water that hurts a human doesn't hurt a tree because the tree for the same reason a punch that hurts a human doesn't hurt a tree; due to its material composition via its biology, the tree is able to safely absorb/disperse the kinetic energy. Even drowning attacks should really be applied based on other factors; some animal and plant life can breathe water, some can't, and some can endure submersion longer even if they can't actually breathe while submerged.
Malroth 4th Dec 2019, 9:12 PM edit delete reply
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The steel conducts the heat directly from the attack to the vunerable squishy bits inside far faster than ordinary flesh would.
m2012e 5th Dec 2019, 9:41 AM edit delete reply
You mean to tell me that one of our characters throwing a waterskin at a flaming greatsword bigger than he was wasn't going to work? shocked face
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