Competitive pokemon isn't really that easy to get good at. I suggest you find a tutor somewhere. You could find one in the clan section, or get a tutor at Smogon, a site dedicated to competitive pokemon.
Originally Posted by Chapter of Charizard
So, what you're saying is...
Just to show that im not some newb lemme do this-
I personnally am not crazy bout that set, for several reasons. K, Draco Meteor wnats to be dragon pulse, and then also, all of these moves are full, head on give it ur all. It should hold focus sash (to get rid of ice beams and blizzards) and Thunder could be dragon dance for a good super power charge up (or even recovery. start up with dragon dance and follow with superpower. or get rid of hurricane for dragon dance and put thunder as thunderpunc. actually dont use thunderpunch. KEEP THUNDER. lol)
So, where do I start...for one, Multiscale splits all damage done if half when at full health, so focus sash is in almost all cases, it'll be a waste of an item. If you're using Dragon Dance, Dragon Claw is better, but in the set posted, Draco Meteor was used to smash through a defensive threat, rather then to be simply used for reliability. Dragon Pulse is better off for something trying to sweep with a special attack boosting sweeper, like Calm Mind Latias. Thunder is too inaccurate outside of the rain-thunderbolt or thunderpunch would be a better option, still. SuperPower is okay, but it has Earthquake and Fire Punch, which would pair up with Dragon Dance better, since they will hit steel types and such, but won't make Dragonite have to sacrifice it's dragon dancing boost.
So, if you want dragon dance, you'd probably want this.
-Leftovers or Lum Berry
And that's without EVs or Nature. Competitive pokemon isn't something you can just jump into and become good at, no matter how long you've played. It'll take you a lot of practice to identify what may work and what may not.
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