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    Blaziken (Adamant/Jolly Nature) @Life Orb/Muscle Band
    -Flare Blitz/Blaze Kick (Kick if you don't like Blitz's recoil)
    -Sky Uppercut
    -Swords Dance
    -Stone Edge/Rock Slide/Thunder Punch/Baton Pass

    is what I would use. It seems that Quick Attack has its uses too...
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    I'm currently about to beat Pearl and I'm planning my future team. I was wondering if Gallade would make a decent Subpuncher, or if it's a pretty bad idea.

    Gallade - Jolly / Adamant
    Ability: Steadfast
    Item: Leftovers
    EVs: 196HP/252ATK/60SDEF
    - Hypnosis
    - Psycho Cut
    - Substitute
    - Focus Punch

    He would mainly be in play as a Subpuncher, but would also come into play on occasion as a Special Wall. I'm thinking of putting some ATK EVs into SDEF as that's a secondary role I want him to fill. My team has Dusknoir and Bastiodon as my Walls currently, but Bastiodon is more suited for physical and Dusknoir is more of a Staller with Pain Split and Will-o-Wisp. Sweepers are Weaville, Heracross and Sceptile.

    Would this multipurpose Gallade work?
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    Ninjask makes a great Passer thanks to its Speed Boost ability

    Ninjask (Jolly Nature) @Leftovers
    -Substitute
    -Baton Pass
    -Swords Dance
    -X-Scissor/Aerial Ace

    You can use Substitute a few times until you get a few Speed Boosts in, and pass to a sweeping Pokemon. What's also handy is that if you get the opportunity to Swords Dance, you can pass the Attack AND Speed boosts onto a physical sweeper. If you don't like the idea of a team player, you COULD consider:

    Ninjask (Adamant/Jolly Nature) @Choice Band
    -X-Scissor
    -Night Slash
    -Aerial Ace
    -U-Turn/Return/Metal Claw

    The first three moves are self-explanitory. X-Scissor and AA for STAB. Night Slash is a good way to deal with Ghost Pokemon. Your last slot is up to you. U-Turn could get you out of some tricky situations. Return offers a good powerful attack, and Metal Claw gives you some way to hit Rock Pokemon harder (even though I don't know why you would want her around a Rock type anyway... :X) Metal Claw also has a chance of raising your Attack... :/

    Copie: Gallade could work as a SubPuncher, but to be honest, Close Combat might prove more useful. Yes, it does lower your Defense and Sp.Defense, but you could consider using your Gallade for double status if you want him to be more defensive. I haven't considered using a SubPunch Gallade...
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    Thank you. I did think of making him a little more offensive and using Close Combat. Was just trying to come up with some sort of Special Wall.

    I got lucky tonight and caught a Calm Uxie with some solid IVs, which in terms of natures seems to fall into exactly what I need to fill my last spot. Is there a solid Uxie Special Wall set up? Most setups I've found either have U-Turn and make Uxie more of an annoyer, or SR, which I was planning on putting on my regular Def. Wall Bastiodon. Considering Uxie's Def and Sp. Def stat, and now that I have a Calm Uxie, is there a decent Sp. Wall attack set up I might be able to use? I was thinking of a Restalker with Psychic and TBolt...
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    Actually, any thoughts on this special wall Uxie, as compared to the Gallade in the previous post?

    Uxie - Calm Nature
    Ability: Levitate
    Holding: Leftovers
    EVs: 252HP/80SATK/176SDEF (Alternate would be minimize ATK and take SDEF all the way)
    - Rest
    - Sleep Talk
    - Psychic
    - Calm Mind

    Calm Mind at max with Rest and Sleep Talk could be quite the competitor. Some powerful Psychics and the little thing just won't drop.

    Or should I go with my previously mentioned kind of different Galade?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Copie View Post
    Actually, any thoughts on this special wall Uxie, as compared to the Gallade in the previous post?

    Uxie - Calm Nature
    Ability: Levitate
    Holding: Leftovers
    EVs: 252HP/80SATK/176SDEF (Alternate would be minimize ATK and take SDEF all the way)
    - Rest
    - Sleep Talk
    - Psychic
    - Calm Mind

    Calm Mind at max with Rest and Sleep Talk could be quite the competitor. Some powerful Psychics and the little thing just won't drop.

    Or should I go with my previously mentioned kind of different Galade?

    Psychic has pretty dreadful coverage. Uxie gets plenty of options to attack with that are better. Thunderbolt's a good idea but the problem becomes someone switching in a Ground type/Motor Drive/Volt Absorb Pokemon and sets up for free or forces you to remove any boosts you had with CM. Energy Ball or Grass Knot probably provide the least immunities, especially because Dark types aren't uncommon and Grounds are everywhere.

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    Default Flying Type?

    Hey,
    I need a good flying type for my team, preferably one that can operate with stealth rock?(I know the name's a bit misleading but i need something to put in my party :P) thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Staraptor12 View Post
    Hey,
    I need a good flying type for my team, preferably one that can operate with stealth rock?(I know the name's a bit misleading but i need something to put in my party :P) thnx
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    Right, thanx
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    Leafeon or Roserade moveset? xD.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pollutionoflife View Post
    Leafeon or Roserade moveset? xD.'
    Roserade @ Heat Rock
    Modest/Timid Nature
    ~Sunny Day
    ~Solarbeam
    ~Weather Ball
    ~Sludge Bomb/Shadow Ball

    Roserade @ Damp Rock
    Modest/Timid Nature
    ~Rain Dance
    ~Energy Ball
    ~Weather Ball
    ~Sludge Bomb/Shadow Ball

    Roserade @ Choice Specs
    Modest Nature
    ~Energy Ball
    ~Shadow Ball
    ~Weather Ball
    ~Sludge Bomb

    Roserade
    Modest/Timid Nature
    ~Energy Ball
    ~Sludge Bomb
    ~Shadow Ball
    ~Sleep Powder



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    Does anybody have a good slaking moveset and ev spread?
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    Slaking (Adamant Nature) @Choice Band
    EVs: 252 Attack, 252 Speed, 6 Hp
    -Return
    -EQ
    -Fire Punch/Shadow Claw
    -Focus Punch/Brick Break
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    Ok, I like that. Thanx, but I was thinking of putting skill swap in somewhere. So if I do what would you recommend getting rid of?
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    Slaking can't learn Skill Swap...

    If you're running Slaking on a 2v2 team, you could have another Pokemon with Skill Swap. Also, Gastro Acid works well too to get rid of Traunt. Actually, Gastro Acid might be better as it just gets rid of Traunt's effects right then and there. With Skill Swap, your Pokemon will still have Traunt, and then you'll have to Skill Swap again.

    But to answer your question, pick something durable with Skill Swap. I'm thinking along the lines of Slowbro, Claydol, Dusknoir, Bronzong... etc. Having a Levitating/Pressure Slaking would be kinda cool. Also, these Pokemon can resist Slaking's EQ. (Except Slowbro and Dusknoir, but they can learn Protect).
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    Pease may I have a moveset for Azumarill?

    thanks

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    does anyone have a good moveset and ev spread for sceptile?


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    never noticed this before
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    Ally, if you go one page back, I listed an Azumarill MS.


    Gorgonopsid Master, there are a few different Sceptile movesets you could use.

    Sceptile (Timid Nature) @Leftovers
    EVs: 252 Speed, 200 Hp, 58 Sp.Attack (or something like that...)
    -Energy Ball
    -Dragon Pulse
    -Leech Seed
    -Substitute

    This set might work better in a competitive environment, but it'll be fine ingame too. Leech Seed and Leftovers offer good recovery, and this is a good stalling set.

    Sceptile (Adamant/Jolly Nature) @Leftovers
    EVs: 252 Attack, 252 Speed, 6 Hp
    -Leaf Blade
    -Swords Dance
    -EQ
    -Thunder Punch/Dragon Claw/Crunch/Brick Break

    Sceptile on the physical side. Although its base Attack is lower than its Sp.Attack, Swords Dance makes up for that. Sceptile is able to learn a lot more physical attacks anyway, so this could be a way to go.

    Sceptile (Timid/Modest Nature) @Choice Specs
    EVs: 252 Sp.Attack, 252 Speed, 6 Hp
    -Leaf Storm
    -Energy Ball/HP Ice, HP Fire
    -Dragon Pulse
    -Focus Blast

    It's okay to have two damaging Grass attacks here. Leaf Storm is so you can hit very hard, and Energy Ball is for if you run out of PP/late game/etc.

    ironknight42, Ludicolo is way better off holding the Leftovers. It provides her with consistant recovery. You should consider Leech Seed over Giga Drain for extra recovery with the Leftovers. However, your set is fine. Make sure she has a Calm Nature.
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    Hey there. I need a good moveset for a Weavile that has Docile as a nature. And is Scope Lens a good hold item for a Weavile? Thanks in advance.

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    Better get a Jolly Nature one.

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    Hits fast and hard, then switch if needed.

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    IS this a good Moveset for azumarill?

    Azumarill
    Nature: Adamant
    Item: Leftovers
    Ability: Huge Power

    ~Body Slam
    ~Waterfall
    ~Dig
    ~Aqua-Jet / Ice Punch

    also with this azumarill two things;

    1. Is the only way to get ice-punch from move-tutor in emerald?
    2. If I have a Azumarill with body slam and breed it with another Azumarill that doesn't, will the baby have body slam?

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    Yes ice punch is from emerald move tutors
    I don´t know if it passes to the offspring

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