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  1. Strype McClaine

    Strype McClaine Harder Core than You.

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    Time to breathe some life, and post.

    My current 6-man team
    [Disclaimer: not much has changed]

    "Biostrike" the Venusaur
    Nature:Timid
    Item: Choice Scarf
    Moves: Leaf Storm / Hidden Power: [Ice] 70 /Sleep Powder/ Sludge Bomb
    EVs:32 Hp/228 Speed / 246 Sp Attack

    "Hlal" the Dragonite ♀
    Nature: Jolly
    Item: Leftovers
    Moves: Earthquake / Fire Blast / Outrage / Dragon Dance
    EVs: 58 HP / 252 Atk / 200 Spe

    "JIRACHI" the Jirachi
    Nature: Modest
    Item: Leftovers
    Moves: Psychic / Thunder / Wish / Calm Mind
    EVs: 212 HP, 252 Defense, 46 Sp.def

    "Calder" the Vaporeon
    Nature: Bold
    Item: Leftovers
    Moves: Surf/ Ice Beam/Wish/ Shadowball
    EVs: HP/Def/64 S.Attk (cant remember, S.attk was to ensure ko's of certain pokes)

    "Orikaru" the Lucario
    Nature: Jolly
    Item: Focus Sash
    Moves: Reversal/ExtremeSpeed/Swords Dance/Filler (Shadow claw, stone edge, Crunch, Ice Punch)
    Evs: 252 Speed/ 252 Attk / 6 HP

    "Crucible" the Heatran
    Nature: Modest
    Item: Leftovers
    Moves: Will-o-wisp/Earth Power/ Stealth Rock/ Magma Storm
    EVs: 252 HP/ Def /S.Def (cant remember the rest)

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    I Belive this speaks for itself realy.
    The Rachi-Dragon combo for bulky, long term combat.
    Heatran/Vaporeon Support and walls.
    Venusaur for lead, revenge kills, and sleep status-ing.
    Lucario for outright sweepage.

    Wevile Weak - Somewhat.
    Mammoswine Weak - Duh. everything is mamoswine weak, even mammoswine
     
  2. Fox

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    At least the 3X fire weakness is canceled out by the 3X fire resistance.
     
  3. Strype McClaine

    Strype McClaine Harder Core than You.

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    Heatran actually takes some advantage of it too, people always expect scarf-tran and thus switch
     
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    Would like to see a Skarmory on your team just once. Not sure why.
     
  5. Strype McClaine

    Strype McClaine Harder Core than You.

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    I did skarm for a while, I didn't like it that much. It didnt fill any roll I actively use on my team.
    Most the time I tend to use bulky long term dudes, that arn't paper thin, that attack moderately hard....
    Skamory is a physical wall, and only that. I have thought many a-times about one of the more aggressive sets, but, meh, just dont care that much about it. Short answer, just doesn't fit the style.
     
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    I'm the same way with Lucario. Can't ever find a reason to use him.
     
  7. Strype McClaine

    Strype McClaine Harder Core than You.

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    Free sweeper.
    Its a lot like weavile in seriousness.
    Not as fast, a little bulkyer, and its soul job is to attempt a sweep.
     
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    I prefer Scizor over Lucario myself. SD or banded.
     
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    Status12 True or False?

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    ^I am happy to say I could barely follow that conversation. I don't really follow the hardcore side of the games.

    All of my team are lvls 60 - 70, I believe.

    1. Noctowl.
    2. Blastoise.
    3. Nidoking.
    4. Roserade.
    5. Rapidash.
    6. Snorlax.

    I don't have my game on-hand, but any advice/critique would be appreciated. :)
     
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    For an in-game team, it's well-balanced with good resistances and great coverage.
     
  11. Splash_King

    Splash_King The Scrubbiest of Hunters

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    I myself am working on a new ubers singles team in my spare time. Trying to stray slightly away from what I usually do... Should be a breeze with pokesav, once I can figure out the damned thing.

    Speaking of that... If anyone battles me, definatly tell me whether or not pokesav'd teams are acceptable. Don't have any yet, but I imagine I'll have a bunch in the future.

    Noctowl is a bit lackluster, but for in-game, I'd say the rest of your team has good enough Base Stats to suffice. I don't see any major weaknesses, you've got a balance of physical/special attackers, and some of your pokes are bulky, so... If they have good movesets, I'd say it's not too shabby.
     
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    King of Pop Platinum Lord

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    I'm working on a team (as always) check it out.

    Jolteon - Timid - Damp Rock
    Thunder
    Rain Dance
    Thunder Wave
    Shadow Ball

    Starmie - Modest I think - Lum Berry
    Psychic
    T-Bolt
    Blizzard
    Hydro Pump

    Alakazam - Mild - Focus Sash
    Psychic
    Calm Mind
    Energy Ball
    Focus Blast

    Tyranitar - Adamant - I forgot the item....
    Stone Edge
    EQ
    Aqua Tail
    Crunch

    Absol - Adamant - I forgot the item....
    Night Slash
    Shadow Claw
    Swords Dance
    Zen Headbutt


    You'll notice a pattern. I need an Attacker. I need suggestions such as:
    Pokemon
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    Nature
    Moveset
     
  13. RockerJ

    RockerJ Still Obsessed with P4

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    Get rid of Zen Headbutt for Psycho Cut, and give it a Life Orb.


    But you can never go wrong with a Scizor.

    Scizor @ Choice Band
    Nature: Jolly
    Ability: Technician
    EVs: 252 Attack, 248 HP, 4 Speed
    Attacks:
    Bullet Punch
    U-Turn or X-Scissor
    Pursuit
    Superpower or Brick Break
     
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    Absol
    Jolly @ Focus Sash/Life Orb
    252 SPE/252 ATK/6 HP
    Swords Dance
    Psycho Cut
    Sucker Punch (A MUST)
    X-Scisor/Arial Ace

    Ghost moves are useless here. Sucker Punch on an Absol is the strongest priority there is.

    Jolteon doesnt play the roll of Rain Dancer well at all. Instead consider a Bronzong or a Magnezone.
    Starmie can take out Psychic altogether for Rapid Spin (you'll need it) and as long as he's Modest, Blizzard is fine, but PP and accuracy will suffer. I suggest you change to Timid/Ice Beam. More reliable. Also, same thing on Hydro pump. Stronger than Surf, if it hits and if you don't run out of them first.
    Starmie with a Lum Berry is stupid. That's why Starmie has Natural Cure.
    Tyranitar needs to go if you're trying to keep rain on the field. Instead, Scizor will do fine.

    You're really good on attackers actually. I don't know what you're trying to do with rain but if you still want an attacker, your rain dancer will do as a starter (as long as it's named Bronzong or Magnezone) Jolteon will get slaughtered with all these blistering anti-leads running around.
    If you didn't have rain, I'd suggest a mixape.

    @JRocker- 10 SPE EVs.
     
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    RockerJ Still Obsessed with P4

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    Why not 8?
     
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    8 would add up to 508, but I see what you did thar. 508's the usable max on a split like that. 510 is needed for the Effort ribbon.
     
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    RockerJ Still Obsessed with P4

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    That's true. But I don't understand why they made it that way.

    But [DS] Leader, I personally believe you need a better lead. Jolteon's Rain Dance is good for Jolt and Starmie.

    I don't have any openers yet, but neither do I have a team.

    Off topic:
    Anyone here Pokesav?
     
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    No, I don't. I don't beleive Strype or CK do either, though I'm sure Strype has the ability to.
    What you need?
     
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    King of Pop Platinum Lord

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    Also I was planning to put Jolteon first before Tyranitar.

    I trained a Scizor but I plan not to use it for now. Heres what it has though

    Scizor - Adamant - I forgot the item - Technician
    X-Scissor
    Brick Break
    Swords Dance
    Bullet Punch
     
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    If I were you, I'd get rid of Swords Dance for an attack, and give it a Choice Band.
     

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