This move's power is doubled if the target is poisoned.
Contest properties In Contests, Poison-type moves typically become Clever moves.
A b Schepper-Hughes, Nancy (2000).Gen Ability Description III Liquid Ooze Damages attackers using any draining move."Cultural and Intellectual Properties: Occupying the Colonial Imagination".They equally validate gifting to beggars.III Poison Tail Physical Clever (max 40) Any adjacent Pokémon The user hits the target with its tail.However, as in the example of the Trobriand armbands and necklaces, this "perishing" may not consist of consumption as such, but of the gift nice gifts for new mums moving.VII Baneful Bunker Status (max 16) In addition to protecting the user from attacks, this move also poisons any attacker that makes direct contact."The gift economy and free software".Modern marketing techniques often aim at infusing commodity exchange with features of gift exchange, thus blurring the presumably sharp distinction between gifts and commodities.Retrieved 8 December 2011.They are prototypical examples for the gift economy's prominence in the technology sector, and its active role in instating the use of permissive free software and copyleft licenses, which allow free reuse of software and knowledge.Scott points out, however, that those who provide this subsistence insurance to the poor in bad years are wealthy patrons who exact a political cost for their aid; this aid is given to recruit followers.I Toxic Status Clever (max 16) Any adjacent Pokémon A move that leaves the target badly poisoned.
It damages any other type.Wizard's Holiday (2003) by Diane Duane describes two young wizards visiting a utopian-like planet whose economy is based on gift-giving and mutual support.Gift economies must also be differentiated from several closely related phenomena, such as common property regimes and the exchange of non-commodified labour.When held, it strengthens the power of a Poison-type move one time.It changes the type of the holder if held by a certain species of Pokémon.6 In the example used above, "copyright" is one of those bundled rights that regulate the use and disposition of a book.