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Is this situation natural?

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Earlier while I was trying to catch an Ursaring in Pokemon Y I was using a level 88 Hydreigon with a speed stat of 231. When I fought it the Ursaring was level 50 and it didn't use any priority moves and I also didn't inflict any status effects to it. It still moved before my Hydreigon. is this natural?

asked Jan 5 by theturleking
edited Jan 5 by theturleking
What were the moves your Hydreigon and the wild Ursaring were using?

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Okay well it is possible if any of these were the circumstances:

Your Hydreigon was Paralysed. Being Paralysed reduces your Speed Stat by 50%.

You were against a Ursaring with Quick Feet. If the Ursaring was Burned, Paralysed or Poisoned Quick Feet will Boost it's Speed Stat by 50%.

Ursaring could have used Scary Face on your Hydreigon. Ursaring can learn Scary Face at Level 38 in Pokémon X and Y. Scary Face reduces your Speed Stat by two stages. Since Ursaring can only be caught at either Level 50 or Level 52 in Pokémon X and Y at Route 21. It only learns two other Moves between Level 38 and Level 50/ 52 so if you catch a Ursaring in Pokémon X and Y they will always have Scary Face.

Hope I helped :)

answered Jan 5 by Sir Dan
edited Jan 5 by Sir Dan
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It maybe had a status problem? If it had a status problem, its ability quick feet may have boosted its speed. It could have used a priority move too. Other than that, it may just have been a glitch.

answered Jan 5 by Lolopard
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If one of your Pokemon either paralyzed/poisoned/burned the Ursaring, its speed will rise by 50% due to Quick Feet. it might have outsped your Hydreigon because of that.

answered Jan 5 by Pahffo