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thekiller0703 wrote:
Gallade@Choice Scarf
Jolly, 252 Att, 252 Sp., 6 HP
CC
Night Slash
Psycho Cut
Leaf Blade

Outruns almost anything, huge type advantages, you name it :wink:


I guess so but its missing a move isn't it :?

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5506 wrote:
thekiller0703 wrote:
Gallade@Choice Scarf
Jolly, 252 Att, 252 Sp., 6 HP
CC
Night Slash
Psycho Cut
Leaf Blade

Outruns almost anything, huge type advantages, you name it :wink:


I guess so but its missing a move isn't it :?


I don't see a missing move at all. Looks like a decent choice scarfer set.

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ok nvm
I guess CC is a move
:?

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5506 wrote:
ok nvm
I guess CC is a move
:?


Close Combat = CC

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GarchompGoneWild wrote:
5506 wrote:
ok nvm
I guess CC is a move
:?


Close Combat = CC


ok I guess its an acronym
haha thats clever the things people come up with these days.
anyway so u need a Wii to battle around the world right?
could someone tell me the average Level Pokemon that people tend to use I mean theres got to be at least a few trainers that don't use Level 100 Pokemon out there right?

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They're all set to lvl 50, no matter what level they are originally
And they're either hackers, n00bs, or n00bs with all uber teams. And occasionally someone who knows what he's doing... only sometimes, though

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Although the Gallade moveset above is a good moveset through experience I feel that both Choice Scarf and Jolly are not needed, Choice Scarf gives enough of a speed boost itse'f, I tend to go for Choice Scarf with Adamant it seems to work better for me.

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it's a diverse moveset but only pscho cut benefits from S.T.A.B. and what is the reason for leafblade?
is it just as few people would expect that move?

plus with only attacking moves it is hard to incorporate a strategy with it

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^Gallade is a Fighting/Psychic type, so CC gets STAB also....


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I have Thunder wave on my Gallade. Allows me to use an Adamant nature rather than Jolly.

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I just started EV training my Gallade, and I'd like to know a good moveset for him. I was thinking of teaching him Leaf Blade, X-Scissor, Night Slash, and Psycho Cut. Please tell me if this is a disastrous thing to do. Thanks!


Im sorry but in my oppinion that is a very disastrous thing to do very rarely if ever should a Pokemon have only attacking moves.
Here try this:
{gallade}
Close Combat or Brick Break (Your Choice)
Psycho Cut
Wish / Confuse Ray
Swords Dance / Bulk Up

Sorry if you can't get Wish or Confuse Ray also u can try this:
Attract or Thunder Wave.


I stilll don't see why my original movesets where a bad one not only does Gallade have 2 attacks that give it STAB (Psycho Cut and Close Combat) it also has a move that powers them up and something to heal or annoy your opponent.. I mean seriously since its not a grass type I don't see what good Leaf Blade would do for such a pokemon not only won't it get STAB but it was never weak to water, rock or ground type pokemon in the first place so teaching it only gives it more of an advantage over them which it didn't even need to have before because it was never weak to them and could already fight those types with the movesets above.

anyway and thanks
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^It's to have a diverse moveset and to be able to cover more types, not just their weaknesses.


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As ShadowTyranitar said it gives it more type coverage but also since movesets are only suggestive it could be replaced, the fact of the matter is, Wish is a horrible recovery move on Gallade and not even worth considering (unless you put EVs into HP and use Bulk Up a few times) and Confuse Ray sucks, it's ability to force the foe to hit themselves is too unreliable and forcing a switch out is only useful if you have set up Spikes or Stealth Rock (could also be useful if the opponent is increasing stats).

The best option for Gallade as mentioned is using either Choice Band with Jolly or Choice Scarf with Adamant and 4 damaging attack to sweep, the Thunder Wave with Adamant set is usefull too.

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So I take it your movesets are better than mine then
:(
and I thought I was a Pokemon Master I guess there really is no such thing.

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^We all thought we were Pokemon Masters, until Wifi came out and showed us otherwise. You'll get better at making movesets, trust me.


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ShadowTyranitar wrote:
^We all thought we were Pokemon Masters, until Wifi came out and showed us otherwise. You'll get better at making movesets, trust me.


Thanks I sure hope your right
and I still need a Wii anyway.
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