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ungulateman
21st January 2011, 3:03 PM
This game is eating all my spare time aaaaaah

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Jirachi (The Scout) @ Choice Scarf
Jolly / Serene Grace
- Iron Head
- U-Turn
- ThunderPunch
- Ice Punch

Annoying, small, fast and head-smashing? A perfect fit for the Boston bruiser.

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Houndoom (The Pyro) @ Wise Glasses
Hasty / Early Bird
- Nasty Plot
- Nitro Charge
- Flamethrower
- Dark Pulse

Black and firey. Fairly appropriate, I find. I figured double-boosting would work better in-game than Substitute anyway.

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Electrode (The Demoman) @ Focus Band
Naive / Soundproof
- Thunderbolt
- Hidden Power
- Explosion
- ?

Not black and not a Scottish cyclops, but he [I]does explode.

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Snorlax (the Heavy) @ Leftovers
Careful / Thick Fat
- Curse
- Rest
- Return
- Crunch

It was sort of tempting to pick an absurdly fast Pokemon and make a GRU joke, buuuuuut no.

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Blissey (The Medic) @ Leftovers
Calm / Natural Cure
- Softboiled
- Heal Bell
- Ice Beam
- Seismic Toss

Standardness is standard.

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Toxicroak (The Spy) @ Muscle Band
Adamant / Anticipation
- Swords Dance
- Low Kick
- Sucker Punch
- Poison Jab

Woo. Anticipation because Dead Ringer.

rate/troll/etc.

[GS]
21st January 2011, 7:26 PM
Just a note, Houndoom can't learn Dark Pulse B/W, so
it would have to be imported.

Volt Change, Signal Beam and Mirror Coat are really
the only options for Electrode.

Since you have SD, consider Jolly on Toxicroak to
possibly get an extra boost or quick KO.

Good team is good.

Soroft
21st January 2011, 11:50 PM
I. LOVE. THE THEME.

For the lulzy-theme accuracy, Blissey should have Protect to simulate Ubercharge. Just sayin', it's as close as you'll get.

That is all. Approval given.

Joerus
22nd January 2011, 4:08 PM
Maybe you should use more 5th gen pokémon. What you replace them with (and if you even read this suggestion) is up to you.

;257; Bye!

ungulateman
24th January 2011, 2:09 AM
Maybe you should use more 5th gen pokémon. What you replace them with (and if you even read this suggestion) is up to you.

;257; Bye!

Nope.avi

10char

M4zz
24th January 2011, 7:28 AM
If migrated from fourth generation, Houndoom can learn Dark Pulse.

Noctourniquet
24th January 2011, 4:21 PM
^ As already noted by GrumpySnorlax. >_>


Speaking of Houndoom, though, I'm gonna say that you should use Substitute. Imo it works far better in-game than in any other environment because the stupid AI will try to hit it with non-attacking moves. If you do use Substitute, Leftovers > Wise Glasses. Not like you need them when you have Nasty Plot anyway. Even if you don't use Substitute, I'd say Modest Nature. There's no real point in going for a mixed nature when Nitro Charge is only there for Speed Boosting.


If possible, I'd say to get Wish on Blissey. Iirc in the 5th Gen it restores 50% of the caster's HP rather than the recipients, so it can more or less fully restore anything in one shot. I don't know exactly where this was said, though, but it's still a good choice imo. That said, outside of Snorlax, the team's far from bulky so you might not even bother.


Although Toxicroak resists, Fighting will give you a hard time. You have no way of hitting it for Super Effective damage and three of your members take 2x from it. You might want to change some Pokémon around to sort this out a little.

Dusknoir is a big black Cyclops and, while it doesn't explode, it can fill Electrode's slot fairly well. It also helps that it's immune to Fighting.