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Thanks to SS for giving me a brainstorm.

{weezing}@Lefties
~Mimic
~Taunt
~Torment
~Substitute/Swagger/OMIT/Toxic

{muk}@Lefties
~Dig
~Toxic
~Acid Armor
~Shadow Punch/OMIT

Toxic both opponants, and on the same turn muk digs, weezing mimics that. Because of levitate, weezing won't be hit by ground attacks, which it's weak to. Toxistallage.


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You're welcome. :wink:

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Thanks again. ;o


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Water Pokemon Master wrote:
Thanks to SS for giving me a brainstorm.

{weezing}@Lefties
~Mimic
~Taunt
~Torment
~Substitute/Swagger/OMIT/Toxic

{muk}@Lefties
~Dig
~Toxic
~Acid Armor
~Shadow Punch/OMIT

Toxic both opponants, and on the same turn muk digs, weezing mimics that. Because of levitate, weezing won't be hit by ground attacks, which it's weak to. Toxistallage.


That's genious. Maybe I'll use that.

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But Earthquake hits both Muk and Weezing, so even if Weezing is immune to it, Muk still gets hit. Great idea anyway :D

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It doesn't matter if muk dies, weezing is still there to tank. As soon as wezing can dig, muk has done his job. Also, after muk dies, send out a clefable:

{clefable}@Lefties
~Reflect
~Light Screen
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~Seismic Toss


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Okay I see your point. Nicely done :D

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Don't use earthquake on 2v2 battles because it hits ally as well


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Rare Pokemon Master wrote:
Don't use earthquake on 2v2 battles because it hits ally as well


This is where startagy comes in.

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Does anyone recommend surf for 2 on 2 battles? it hits all enemies.


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Rare Pokemon Master wrote:
Does anyone recommend surf for 2 on 2 battles? it hits all enemies.

Yeah but i prefer earthquake but have a flying type with u!

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Yes.

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Crap move! I thought it was a good strategy! Damm!

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Why not just pair it with something that has Own Tempo, so your partner doesn't get confused? Or with a partner that has a high special attack, but a low normal attack so confusion doesn't hurt them much? It's still a good move, it just takes some strategy to employ it without hurting yourself.

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Evil Pikachu wrote:
Well, we can work on that to make it work.

We can change Vileplume for Exeggutor, since it can learn Poisonpowder, Sunny Day, AND Skill Swap. And since it's Exeggutor with the Skill Swap now, it can swap Traunt with the opponent, making it harder for it to attack.

So...

{exeggutor} @ Leftovers
Modest | Chlorophyll
- Sunny Day
- Skill Swap
- Poisonpowder
- Solarbeam (since it needs no recharge in Sunny Day)

{slaking} @ Leftovers / Shell Bell
Adamant | Traunt
- Facade
- Slack Off (this is the healing move)
- Shadow Ball / Earthquake / Rock Slide
- Shadow Ball / Earthquake / Rock Slide

EDIT: No, Vileplume can't learn Skill Swap. That's why I changed it with Exeggutor.


Nice. I would reccomend EQ and Shadow Ball, and all you have to do is SKill Swap Slaking, hold for a turn and Skill Swap the opponent. Then Slaking gets chlorophyll to bost its speed, and Sunny Day/ Solarbeam thrashes. Why don't you give Exeggcutor a Fire attack to take advantage of Sunny Day? Then put Toxic on Slaking and it'll be fine.

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Water Pokemon Master wrote:
How about an evil draining team?

{meganium}@Lefties
-Attack, +Defense|252 HP, 129 Defense, 129 Sp. Defense
~Ingrain
~Leech Seed
~Giga Drain (PP maxed out)
~OMIT

{mr. mime}@Lefties
Same as Meganium here. ;o
~Psychic
~Toxic
~Reflect
~Light Screen

Evil. Meganium heals almost half of it's HP every turn. Mr. Mime is there for more tankage.


*notices that it gets ignored* Any comments at all, people?


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Water Pokemon Master wrote:
Water Pokemon Master wrote:
How about an evil draining team?

{meganium}@Lefties
-Attack, +Defense|252 HP, 129 Defense, 129 Sp. Defense
~Ingrain
~Leech Seed
~Giga Drain (PP maxed out)
~OMIT

{mr. mime}@Lefties
Same as Meganium here. ;o
~Psychic
~Toxic
~Reflect
~Light Screen

Evil. Meganium heals almost half of it's HP every turn. Mr. Mime is there for more tankage.


*notices that it gets ignored* Any comments at all, people?


Nice. It would've been better if Meganium had Rain Dish. That way even a Super Effective wont do more than 20 Damage. Very strategic. Nicely thought, though because of Psychic's low PP, a Leppa Berry could help out.

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1)Give meganium mega drain also, because the you'll have more life drain pp, especially with pp maxs and a leppa berry.
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{zangoose}
fire punch
thunderpunch
ice punce
false swipe(for catching)

{milotic}
recover
attract
ice beam
surf

i think its okay

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Here is one:

{lanturn} @ Lefties
252 Defense/252 HP/6 Speed
Relaxed/Bold Nature
Volt Absorb

Thunder
Rain Dance
Protect
Surf

{quagsire} @ Lefties
252 Attack/252 Sp. Defense/6 Speed
Timid Nature
Water Absorb

Earthquake
Surf
Ice Beam
Sludge Bomb

Kind of a Mixed sweeping, supportive team. Lantern supports Quagsire as it sweeps. Lanturn uses Protect every other turn, while Quagsire sweeps. Set up Rain Dance, and sweep like hell when Earthquake doesn't hit with Surf. Sludge Bomb is when you want a slow painful death with poison. Kind of like an absorbing team if you ask me.

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Sorry if I can't provide natures.

{clefable}@Petaya
~Sunny Day
~Solarbeam
~Flamethrower
~Moonlight

{exeggutor}@Lefties
~Skill Swap
~Mimic
~Solar Beam
~Protect

Long term sweepage. As soon as eggy has skill swapped Chlorophyl on fable, his job is done. Fairly straightfoward.


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One of my favourites to use on NB. Not sure if i posted this already but...

{lanturn} o+ / {xatu} o> @ Quick Claw/ Lefties
Thunder Wave
Attract
Confuse Ray
Surf/ Psychic respectively

And another that wins alot also:

{blaziken}
Flamethrower
Double Kick/ Sky Uppercut
Focus Energy
HP Water

{glalie}
Blizzard
Crunch
HP Psychic
Light Screen

Cannot directly cover: Fire Electric Dark
Can directly cover: EVERYTHING ELSE!!!

But Glalie has Light Screen to cover those 3, since they are all Special types.

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Tyrannitar- type: dark/rock abitity: sand stream item: any item
attacks: blizzard, thunder, earthquake, crunch

Cacturne- type: dark/grass ability: sand veil item: leftovers/shell bell
attacks: leech seed, double team, needle arm, any attack

Strategy- the sand stream-sand veil combo is very effective, especially when paired w/ double team. after cacturne's evasiveness has risen, leech seed your opponents so you can suck HP from both every turn. Tyrannitar is a special sweeper and can get a type-advantage from just about anything, so special atk EV training would be good for him.


Kyogre- type: water ability: drizzle item: any item
attacks: blizzard, hydro pump, water spout, thunder

Ludicolo- type: water/grass ability: rain dish item: leftovers/shell bell
attacks: ice beam, surf, leech seed, giga drain

Strategy- USE WATER ATTACKS! ludicolo and kyogre get a STAB when using water attacks, plus drizzle uses rain dance, which also increases water power. the drizzle-rain dish combo is effective especially when used in combination with leech seed. thunder also can't miss because of drizzle making rain.


Groudon- type: ground ability: drought item: any item
attacks: solarbeam, earthquake, fire blast, eruption

Tropius- type: flying/grass ability: chlorophyll item: any item
attacks: solarbeam, leech seed, synthesis, aerial ace

Strategy: this is built on the ability drought. the only attacks that aren't positively affected by drought are earthquake and aerial ace. Tropius is ideal because earthquake won't affect him.


[color=cyan]Some of these attacks are obtainable only in emerald through the special move tutors

Banette- type: ghost ability: insomnia item: any item
attacks: rest, shadow ball, curse, substitute

Seedot: type: grass ability: damp* item: any item
attacks: explosion, leech seed, rollout, any attack
*this is obtainable through breeding w/ a quagsire. The seedot, nuzleaf, or shiftry must be female and be mated with a male quagsire. The quagsire MUST be holding an everstone. There is a chance of the seedot getting the ability damp. This is explaned here: http://dynamic.gamespy.com/~psypoke/eme ... eeding.php

Strategy- first, explosion doesn


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