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    how is this set
    Floatzel@Life Orb
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    -Ice Fang
    -Crunch
    -Brick Break/Bulk Up
    which one should I use for floatzel what do you think
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ally View Post
    IS this a good Moveset for azumarill?

    Azumarill
    Nature: Adamant
    Item: Leftovers
    Ability: Huge Power

    ~Body Slam
    ~Waterfall
    ~Dig
    ~Aqua-Jet / Ice Punch
    Dig might seem appealing due to it being a Ground attack, but think about it; Dig has a base power of 60 AND it takes two turns to use. If you're using it on an Electric Pokemon, it'll have a base power of 120 in two turns. HOWEVER, STAB Waterfall also has a base power of 120 iirc AND it only takes one turn to use. So... STAB Waterfall is a much better choice than Dig. Put Brick Break (or Focus Punch) over Dig for more coverage.

    2. If I have a Azumarill with body slam and breed it with another Azumarill that doesn't, will the baby have body slam?
    I don't think it will since Body Slam is not an Egg move for Azurill or Marill. :/

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    how is this set
    Floatzel@Life Orb
    Adamant
    Ability Swift Swim
    -Waterfall
    -Ice Fang
    -Crunch
    -Brick Break/Bulk Up
    which one should I use for floatzel what do you think
    Looks good, but having Bulk Up + damage from Life Orb seems kind of bad. Make it a Choice Bander with Brick Break imo.
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    Is this a good moveset for a leafeon?

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    -Aerial Ace
    -Magical Leaf
    -Solar Beam
    -Synthesis
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    Quote Originally Posted by SapphireL View Post
    Dig has a base power of 60 AND it takes two turns to use. If you're using it on an Electric Pokemon, it'll have a base power of 120 in two turns.
    dig has a power of 80 now doesn't it? Therefore it has 160 power against electric, which covers a weakness. Also my Ambipom has learnt brick-break so that does some covering,

    more breeding questions though with azumarill;

    1. If I have an Adamant male ditto which is holding an everstone and i breed it with a Hasty Female Azumarill which has the moves:
    Body-Slam
    Ice-Punch
    Dig
    Waterfall

    will the baby have those moves, as it is with a ditto? and also the baby will have a 50% chance of being Adamant, Correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseMuffin View Post
    Is this a good moveset for a leafeon?

    Leafeon@Grass Plate
    Rash Nature
    -Aerial Ace
    -Magical Leaf
    -Solar Beam
    -Synthesis
    No, it's not good at all......

    Leafeon @ Leftovers
    Adamant Nature
    ~Leaf Blade
    ~X-Scissor
    ~Swords Dance
    ~Aerial Ace/Baton Pass

    That's better

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    What should i train Leafeon's EVs in?
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    No doubt this is as basic as it gets...i'm about to start training a bagon...what nature,ev spread and moveset should I plan for at lvl 100?
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    @CheeseMuffin
    Attack and Speed, I guess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ally View Post
    dig has a power of 80 now doesn't it? Therefore it has 160 power against electric, which covers a weakness.
    Yeah, I forgot if Dig's power was increased.

    But Dig still takes two turns to use. :/ Waterfall will still do more to Electric Pokemon in two turns than Dig will. (240 Base Power vs. 160)

    Also my Ambipom has learnt brick-break so that does some covering,
    I suppose, but what if it faints? Ambipom is also kind of hard to switch in.

    more breeding questions though with azumarill;

    1. If I have an Adamant male ditto which is holding an everstone and i breed it with a Hasty Female Azumarill which has the moves:
    Body-Slam
    Ice-Punch
    Dig
    Waterfall

    will the baby have those moves, as it is with a ditto? and also the baby will have a 50% chance of being Adamant, Correct?
    Only male Pokemon can pass on moves. Only female Pokemon can pass on Natures. In this case, since you're breeding a female with an Everstone Ditto, I don't think it will have a 50% chance of being Adamant. Also, Ice Punch and Body Slam aren't Egg Moves, so they wouldn't be inherited anyway. The offspring Marill would know Waterfall and Dig since those are HM and TM moves. BUT, not in this case since female Pokemon can't pass on moves.

    Try to get a male Marill/Azumarill and breed it with an Adamant Ditto holding the Everstone. THEN you'll have a 50% chance of the offspring being Adamant, and the baby will also learn any moves it could inherit from the father. (I hope that makes sense)
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    Just Looking for a good moveset for my Infernape, so far I'm thinking:

    Brick Brake

    Flamethrower

    Shadow Claw

    Grass Knot

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    Rate my sceptile. i think this is a good moveset.

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    leaf blade
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    I need a good moveset and EV spread for a spiritomb.
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    The subseeding sceptile makes a good set
    Sceptile *timid/jolly
    @leftovers
    -Sub
    -Leechseed
    -X-scissor/HPfire
    -Leafstorm/Energyball/G-knot/Leafblade
    First set up a sub then seed behind it and attack, use Xscissor or Hpfire against grasspokes who are immune to Seed.

    or a special set

    Sceptile *timid/modest
    @Choice specs/Lifeorb
    -Leafstorm
    -G-knot/energy ball
    -Dragon pulse/Hpice
    -focusblast/Hpfire

    or a physical set

    Sceptile *Jolly/adamant
    @Choice band/Lifeorb
    -Leafblade
    -Dragon claw/X-Scissors
    -Earthquake/Brickbreak/Focus punch
    -Crunch/pursuit/Quickattack

    Hope your Sceptile's a sucess!

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    I'm thinking of training Claydol
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    - Cosmic Power
    - Ice Beam
    - EQ
    - explosion/ Rapid Spin
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    If this is ingame, then Rapid Spin isn't needed. I would trade Cosmic Power and Power Trick. This is sort of a sweeper, right?

    For Infernape, then Close Combat > Brick Break. Otherwise, it should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aura Ash View Post
    The subseeding sceptile makes a good set
    Sceptile *timid/jolly
    @leftovers
    -Sub
    -Leechseed
    -X-scissor/HPfire
    -Leafstorm/Energyball/G-knot/Leafblade
    First set up a sub then seed behind it and attack, use Xscissor or Hpfire against grasspokes who are immune to Seed.

    or a special set

    Sceptile *timid/modest
    @Choice specs/Lifeorb
    -Leafstorm
    -G-knot/energy ball
    -Dragon pulse/Hpice
    -focusblast/Hpfire

    or a physical set

    Sceptile *Jolly/adamant
    @Choice band/Lifeorb
    -Leafblade
    -Dragon claw/X-Scissors
    -Earthquake/Brickbreak/Focus punch
    -Crunch/pursuit/Quickattack

    Hope your Sceptile's a sucess!

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    Delcatty moveset?

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    Rate my Pikachu
    Nature: Hasty
    Item: Light ball
    Ev's: 152 atk, 150 spatk, 252 spd, 6hp
    Moveset:
    Grass knot
    Brick break
    Volt tackle
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    Your Pika seems good, but I would consider choosing only one electric attack and replacing the other with Substitute, because Pika can't handle many hits and help him easily set up for a sweep. Through experience I learned that volt tackle drains his HP like crazy, he can KO himself in 3 or 4 VT's, even without your opponent helping, but it is powerful and accurate though.
    Good luck with Pikachu!

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    Any good Lucario and Spiritbomb movesets?

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    For Lucario the Special set is always reliable
    Lucario *Modest/timid
    @Choicespecs/life orb/wiseglasses/expert belt
    -Aura sphere
    -Vacuum wave/Psychic
    -Dark pulse/Shadow ball
    -Dragon pulse/Hp ice

    or a Physical set works well too.
    Lucario *adamant/jolly
    @choice band/life orb/muscle band/expertbelt
    -Closecombat
    -Extreme speed/Bulllet punch
    -Stone edge/Earthquake
    -crunch/blaze kick

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    Rate my Pikachu
    Nature: Hasty
    Item: Light ball
    Ev's: 127 atk, 125 spatk, 252 spd, 6hp
    Moveset:
    Grass knot
    Brick break
    Volt tackle
    Thunderbolt
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    Is this a good moveset for a Gardevoir?

    Grass Knot
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    Focus Blast
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    Gardevoir is my best friend's favorite pokemon and through experice I learned she does incredibly well as a supporter
    Gardevoir *modest/calm
    @Leftovers/wide lens
    +Trace
    -Wish
    -Destinybond/Healing wish
    -Hypnosis/T-wave/W-o-W
    -Psychic
    She could heal a team mate with wish and strike them down with a status move and when she can't handle anything anymore, sacrifice herself to either take down the opponent or fully heal a team mate.
    or
    Gardevoir *modest/timid
    @leftovers/wide lens
    +trace
    -wish
    -Hypnosis/W-o-W/T-wave/T-bolt/Shadow ball
    -Hypnosis/W-o-W/T-wave
    -psychic
    Just a little different than the first, except with either a second status move or a special attack.

    Good luck with the Gardevoir!

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