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→Ungrounded Pokémon: wording (assuming no ungrounded Pokémon can magically become grounded due to being semi-invulnerable)
→Ungrounded Pokémon: Slight tweaks to wording to deal with technicalities
Adding a note about the similarity of being ungrounded to semi-invulnerable moves, while clarifying why they are distinct
Undo revision 3041467 by SadisticMystic (talk)These have been deliberately left off, because all semi-invulnerable moves (Dig/Shadow Force/etc.) all behave the same way
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5 September 2017
Ignoring Abilities (with Mold Breaker/Sunsteel Strike/etc.) is different to suppressing them (with Gastro Acid/Core Enforcer)
4 September 2017
Not "treated as ungrouneded", Mold Breaker only applies to its "user"... The comment is "just in case", because almost certainly someone will think "Well you can also..."
Ugh, just thought of Embargo as well... and I'm sure there are more. Trying to generalize it to the point that we don't need a list.
→Grounded Pokémon: Forgot about Gastro Acid... apparently these were previously on this page (in the bullet points) and were removed on grounds of not affecting groundedness itself. I think down here in the non-bullets is a better place for them.
→Grounded Pokémon: Moving this here from Rototiller since it's universally applicable to groundedness.
29 June 2017
→Ungrounded Pokémon: Better to avoid the question altogether. Also, better parallelism with the Levitate point below.
→Ungrounded Pokémon: I believe adjective requires hyphen
"attacks" and "moves" are not synonymousm
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→Grounded Pokémon: Smack Down and Thousand Arrows use the same status in Gen VII (named "Smack Down")
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13 May 2015
Mold Breaker/etc do *not* make a pkmn "grounded", only hittable / That's definitely the wrong place to put Gastro Acid if it's even worth mentioning (IMO not); and if it is, Embargo can't be forgottenm
it's obvious that removing Levitate or an Air Balloon will ground it
21 February 2015
Undo revision 2252213 by SnorlaxMonster (talk)I was slightly hasty. Pokemon using Shadow Force/Phantom Force, Dive, Dig aren't either
→Ungrounded Pokémon: Checked with terrain moves: If you're in the middle of Fly, you are not affected
→Immunities of ungrounded Pokémon: Sky Drop only considers the Flying type
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3 May 2014
Undo revision 2113905 by GoldenSandslash15 (talk)I reviously mentioned in the history why I restored this...m
Telekinesis ungrounds the target, not the user. Also clarifying what can and can't be Baton Passed.m
See the Talk Page for why I'm doing this.
8 April 2014
→Immunities of ungrounded Pokémon: This is simpler.
→Immunities of ungrounded Pokémon: Don't need that linked twice in a row actuallym
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A step towards being an actual page. I still don't much like it, though...
Sorry, but having a dangling regular text bit at the end of a bulleted list is awkward, and it just doesn't make sense to use one criterion in the lede when all of the criteria are equally defining.