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okay i am having problems with my team :frustrated: :frustrated: I have 2 bulky physical sweepers and an azelf as a special. are there any bulky sweepers and please provide all of the info(moveset evs nature etc.)
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Thu Nov 27, 2008 2:08 pm
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You could run a curse umbreon or snorlax set, both are basically

+def or s.def -speed nature
252hp the rest in atk or S.def to your preference.
@leftovers/Chesto berry
Curse
Rest
STAB attack. Body Slam/Return for snorlax or Payback for umbreon.
Sleep talk (w/leftovers) or an attack move to pair with STAB for type coverage, though if you choose sleep talk on snorlax make his attack a move crunch otherwise ghosts will wall him.

though I cant think movesets for them off my head {dragonite} {gyarados} {swampert} {metagross} and Nasty Plot {togekiss} are all decent bulky sweepers, look around smogon's sets for ideas.


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An Umbreon set I run is:

{umbreon} @ leftovers
Sassy (+SpD -Spe) (0 speed IVs)
EVs: 252 Hp/ 58 Atk/ 200 SpD
Moveset:
-Curse
-Payback
-Wish
-Baton Pass/Yawn/Protect/etc.

Personally, I prefer Wish over Rest Sleep Talk. I don't have much experience with Umby, but that's the set I have. I wouldn't say it's the best, but it's something worth trying.

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For ubers, Palkia would do. For OU, possibly skarmory with swords dance and steel wing to raise defense and do decent damage. You could teach it agility too.

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Sat Feb 21, 2009 10:17 am
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Machamp. Bulky versions own the field. Physical bulkiness.

Togekiss. NP versions will dominate when set-up. Also has Roost. Special bulkiness.

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try tangrowth. smogon says it's pretty good.

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MasterChef wrote:

brb Turkey :lol:


That was a really yummy turkey.

I've been liking Hariyama as of late for my bulky sweeper, kinda like machamp, But a bit more defensive, a bit less offensive.

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Swampert has only 1 weakness and also has high atk stats


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I usually use a swampert as my bulky sweeper, he works really well. Also I just ran into an agility metagross that was a real pain to take down, I am not sure of it full moveset I know it had EQ and T Punch.


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Gliscor deserves a mention as a bulky sweeper. It has access to roost, and a whopping 125 base def. Base atk and def reach a respectable 95. Gliscor also has access to atk boosting move swords dance and spe boosting move rock polish. Personally, I use mine as a tank. :)


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I'd have to go with Swampert.

252 HP / 252 Def / 6 Atk

and it still ends up killing a lot of things (only gotta watch out for grass knot and energy ball)...


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The standard bulky Gyarados is quite viable and very useful. With Taunt on a Gyarados then it can't be hit with a T-Wave or WoW.

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