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itsaustin
19th October 2010, 12:24 AM
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Daikenki
~Megahorn
~Surf
~Ice Beam
~Toxicc



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Warubiaru
~Earthquake
~Crunch
~Grass Knot
~Protect



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Shibirudon
~Wild Bolt
~Crunch
~Flamethrower
~Double Team



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Pendoraa
~Megahorn
~Poison Jab
~Earthquake
~Screech



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Ononokusu
~Dragon Claw
~Sword Dance
~Aerial Ace
~x Scissor


and i don't which to pick for my last one, either of the fossil ones. can you guys help me out there?

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Purple_Tangrowth
19th October 2010, 6:32 AM
Waibaru@Choice Scarf
Adamant
-Earthquake
-Fire Fang
-Outrage
-Crunch

Pendoraa wants rockslide instead of screech.

Altaria Mist
19th October 2010, 6:59 AM
I am of the opinion that Daikenki would be somewhat redundant with Toxic ingame. (Only time using it if you were strong would be when you were against League rebattles, but useful if fail levels). Perhaps it would be more prudent to replace it with a Swords Dance and shift to a physical attacker (Waterfall, Megahorn but need an Ice move or replace it with Dragon Tail) or instead of Toxic, just chuck in another generally useful move such as Grass Knot, Vengeance, Revenge, or Dragon Tail again. Also, Warubiaru can drop the Grass Knot with that sub-par Sp. Atk. if you have a chance, but I guess Warubiaru's atrocious movepool isn't helping. Breed Fire/Thunder Fang,slap on Rock Slide or maybe Return, or even Thrash if you are adventurous. In terms of Protect, it can be a useful move to scout the enemy, but Warubiaru's consistency leads it to become better in-game at self-stat-ups or pure offense. Replace it with another generic attack like BB or slap on the useful Claw Sharpen. Aakeosu is my reccomended fossil Pokemon, as Daikenki takes the Water slot. Try:

Aakeosu
Adamant/Lonely/Naughty

-Rock SLide
-Acrobat/Focus Blast
-U-Turn/Earthquake
-Dragon Claw

(No egg moves included)

Your team set-up indicates an in-game focus, if not sorry but then you will have a great in-game team to kick some butt with! :)

Aurath8
19th October 2010, 9:10 AM
Shibirudon
~Thunderbolt
~Grass Knot
~Flamethrower
~Dragon Claw

Thunderbolt is recoilless. Grass Knot handles rock/ground types. Dragon Claw combined with you other moves gets perfect coverage.

Ononokusu
~Dragon Claw
~Sword Dance
~Earthquake
~Rock Slide


Earthquake hits all steels except Skarmory for at least neutral damage and rock slide works great with earthquake.

itsaustin
19th October 2010, 5:44 PM
I am of the opinion that Daikenki would be somewhat redundant with Toxic ingame. (Only time using it if you were strong would be when you were against League rebattles, but useful if fail levels). Perhaps it would be more prudent to replace it with a Swords Dance and shift to a physical attacker (Waterfall, Megahorn but need an Ice move or replace it with Dragon Tail) or instead of Toxic, just chuck in another generally useful move such as Grass Knot, Vengeance, Revenge, or Dragon Tail again. Also, Warubiaru can drop the Grass Knot with that sub-par Sp. Atk. if you have a chance, but I guess Warubiaru's atrocious movepool isn't helping. Breed Fire/Thunder Fang,slap on Rock Slide or maybe Return, or even Thrash if you are adventurous. In terms of Protect, it can be a useful move to scout the enemy, but Warubiaru's consistency leads it to become better in-game at self-stat-ups or pure offense. Replace it with another generic attack like BB or slap on the useful Claw Sharpen. Aakeosu is my reccomended fossil Pokemon, as Daikenki takes the Water slot. Try:

Aakeosu
Adamant/Lonely/Naughty

-Rock SLide
-Acrobat/Focus Blast
-U-Turn/Earthquake
-Dragon Claw

(No egg moves included)

Your team set-up indicates an in-game focus, if not sorry but then you will have a great in-game team to kick some butt with! :)

thank you i will take this advice! i'm pretty confident with this team, hope i well.

btw thanks for the fossil pokemon choice.