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Heldigunner1
21st January 2011, 2:11 AM
Currently I only have 5 pokemon on the team, help for the 6th is appreciated as well as any other help.



Accelgor http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff64/heldigunner1/617.png
Unburden(if possible)
Timid
Focus Sash
252Hp/252Spd/4Satk
Bug Buzz
Focus Blast
Spikes
Yawn
The Lead, the idea for him is quite simple. A yawn to start which will involve either a sub(being in game it's doubtful until the subway) or sleep and set up spikes. Bug Buzz for stab, and focus Blast is a filler attack. The the Ev spread focus on what many leads should be, fast and long lasting.

Darmanitan http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff64/heldigunner1/darmanitan-normal.png
Sheer Force
Adamant
Life Orb
252Atk/252Spd/4Hp
Rock Slide
Flare Blitz/Fire Punch
Earthquake
U-turn
Physical Attacker, Rock slide with sheer force become a very powerful attack or Earthquake for better coverage. Flare Blitz with sheer force becomes one of the most powerful attacks in the game. Taunt with his high speed I'm able to stop set ups, in past games I often say toxics etc. U-turn work quite well with the set of attacks in case to much damage is taken by the life orb.

Hydreigon http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff64/heldigunner1/635.png
Levitate
Timid
Choice Scarf
252Satk/252Spd/4Hp
Draco Meteor
Flamethrower
Focus Blast
Surf
Standard issue special sweeper Hydra.

Jellicent http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff64/heldigunner1/593.png
Water Absorb
Calm
Leftovers
252Hp/160SDef/80Satk
Boil Over
Recover
Substitute
Toxic
Special Defender. In competitive play, this pokemon is one of the most powerful I don't see way he can't be in-game. With two attacks that cause status conditions that is asking for power. After a Toxic(or Burn) Substitute and Recover become amazing stall attacks. EV spread, with his high def stats all thats missing is HP a focus it that makes Jellicent, one of the best defensive pokemon.

Scrafty http://i239.photobucket.com/albums/ff64/heldigunner1/560.png
Shed Skin
Careful
Leftovers
252Hp/160Spd/80Atk
Bulk Up/Dragon Dance
Drain Punch
Payback
Rock slide

Same as Jellicent, Bulk up/DD is for stat boosts with the attack set up I'm leaning more towards Bulk Up, Drain punch its stab plus. Payback, stab and this a big weekness. Rest with shed skin, Scrafty will be hard to take down.



I will do more in depth description a little later, this is only a small start.

jaxonferz
21st January 2011, 2:52 AM
It would help of you gave a description on why you chose who you chose

Heldigunner1
21st January 2011, 4:12 AM
I did a short one, a better more in depth description will come.

Aurath8
21st January 2011, 6:25 PM
Earthquake/Rock Slide over Hihidaruma's Taunt. Lol at the opponent ever being able to setup a dangerous sweep. Also Life Orb recoil is negated when you use a move that activates Sheer Force like Rock Slide. Flare Blitz recoil still exists though.

Drain Punch + Leftiovers + boosted defence + Rest is a bit of an overbulk scenario. Rock Slide over rest as rest is the least reliable move of the overbulk.

Heldigunner1
21st January 2011, 7:39 PM
Updated slightly. Aura Thank you for your help.

Joerus
22nd January 2011, 5:18 PM
I'd suggest that you use more dual types. Dual types have the advantage of more stab moves. But, a lot of them have 4x weaknesses. A few of those have it where that's they're
only weakness. You don't have to accept my advice, though.

;257; Outta here.