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    also, as a better tank. Carracosta or Torterra?

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    Wow... I so want an egg off that Rampardos if it a male. And personally I'd use the Rampardos. If you give it some Speed, its natural Attack strength can be used to a great advantage

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    Ninjask with Sub, Protect, Swords Dance & Baton pass, has amazing synergy with rampados. rampados, can absolutely DESTORY when given a +6 boost to speed AND attack

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    That's the Ninjask I use for setting Lucario up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Eevee View Post
    Ninjask with Sub, Protect, Swords Dance & Baton pass, has amazing synergy with rampados. rampados, can absolutely DESTORY when given a +6 boost to speed AND attack
    I like that set, except for the taunt factor. That's the only thing I'd be wary about, unless you already encored someone on a non-attack move

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    if i think something carries taunt, i baton pass to one of my sweepers, who now has some extra speed

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    Beast TSS stands for Team Sea Soul, which closed around a month ago and was one of the biggest and oldest clans on serebii
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    was anyone here around during the time of Creamery Command, and Battling Academy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norns View Post
    Beast TSS stands for Team Sea Soul, which closed around a month ago and was one of the biggest and oldest clans on serebii
    Ah. THT beats all though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Eevee View Post
    was anyone here around during the time of Creamery Command, and Battling Academy
    No, but I've heard of it.


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    I was around near the end of Battling Academy but not Creamery Command
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Eevee View Post
    was anyone here around during the time of Creamery Command, and Battling Academy
    Both. Though I'm pretty sure I joined near the beggining of them.

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    shade, was it you that said you were gong to make the clan banners?

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    okay okay so heres what im thinking
    ninetails uses drought and thats basically what its there for.
    if im going against another weather team i send in my dugtrio to kill it using reversal since itll have a focus sash
    starmie to get rid of water types with thunderbolt
    scizor is to lure out fire attacks so i can send out chandelure
    maybe a spinner like donphan? for stealth rock? i dont know >.<


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    Wow! A lot of activity going on here.

    Ninja, use an Adamant nature on Rampardos, it really helps But be careful as that combo is not as flawless as it looks. Ninjask is too frail as well as Taunt bait, so you may find it hard to Baton Pass more than one SD. The same can be said about Rampardos. Right, it has +6 Speed and +6 Attack, but it's weak to three priority moves in Aqua Jet, Mach Punch and Bullet Punch, which will often OHKO you coming from Azumarill, Scizor, Metagross or Conkeldurr. Not saying to not use Rampardos, just to be careful as your strategy is quickly disrupted.

    Quote Originally Posted by MTeriyaki View Post
    okay okay so heres what im thinking
    ninetails uses drought and thats basically what its there for.
    if im going against another weather team i send in my dugtrio to kill it using reversal since itll have a focus sash
    starmie to get rid of water types with thunderbolt
    scizor is to lure out fire attacks so i can send out chandelure
    maybe a spinner like donphan? for stealth rock? i dont know >.<
    What about Sawsbuck? You need another attacker and Sawsbuck is helpful against Rain and Sand teams as well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MTeriyaki View Post
    okay okay so heres what im thinking
    ninetails uses drought and thats basically what its there for.
    if im going against another weather team i send in my dugtrio to kill it using reversal since itll have a focus sash
    starmie to get rid of water types with thunderbolt
    scizor is to lure out fire attacks so i can send out chandelure
    maybe a spinner like donphan? for stealth rock? i dont know >.<
    I'd advise you to put Ninetails in a more offensive role; its special attack isn't great but it combos well with its ability and STAB wich means it can prove to be surprisingly powerful. I'd also advise you to use your Starmie in a more offensive role as well. Played welll, it can sweep pretty easily in late game or disrupt an enemy team in early game. Starmie's main advantage is the sheer veriaty of moves it can learn since it can carry ice, fire, electric or water. If you give it recover and life orb, it can also be a pretty brutal enemy to take on. With its recover, it can survive longer than most Life Orb Pokemon or if you want it more in a support roll, it can also serve as a spinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Eevee View Post
    shade, was it you that said you were gong to make the clan banners?
    Yes it was, starting tomorrow morning, early.

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    what moveset should i use for sawsbuck?
    And what should i train starmie in?
    so for my team im going to use scizor, ninetails, sawsbuck, starmie, chandelure, & dugtrio o:


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    I'm using my iPod but I want to earn BP... Can do art but don't feel like it... I'll find some way of getting BP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norns View Post
    I'm using my iPod but I want to earn BP... Can do art but don't feel like it... I'll find some way of getting BP.
    lol i havent done anything xD
    im a feebas o.o


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    Quote Originally Posted by MTeriyaki View Post
    what moveset should i use for sawsbuck?
    And what should i train starmie in?
    so for my team im going to use scizor, ninetails, sawsbuck, starmie, chandelure, & dugtrio o:
    The Starmie I use for my rain team has max speed and special attack. With its maxed out speed, Starmie can outrun most opponents who aren't gengar. Its water/psychic type means that it resists bullet punch, mach punch, Ice Shard and the water one which I can nevedr remember. Starmie's special attack is decent but not brilliant so it really needs a Life Orb or Choice Specs to make it work at its best -- it can do well without them but for maximum punch, I'd recoment a boost of some kind. Life Orb is best since it let's Staymie switch moves and half the use of a Starmie is in its adaptability.

    My Starmie runs Thunder/Hydro Pump/Ice Beam/Recover but you'll probably want something different. The presence of the sun will make Hydro Pump much less effective and its accuracy is only 70 so I'd drop that for Psychic. Psycic gets STAB and is unaffected by the sun. Likewise, Thunder loses accuracy in the sun I believe so thunderbolt is a better choice. You may want to keep Ice Beam as that will let you counter dragons and basically wreak anything that is draon/flying like Dragonite or Salamance. If you went with Life Orb, have recover too. it allows Starmie to keep fighting when Life Orb recoil should have knocked it out and gives you the ability to survive longer matches. However, if you decide for choice specs, I'd recomend giving it up for another attacking move.

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    Speaking of BP, that reminds me: in order to get BP for hatching an egg, would I need to do it while breeding a Pokemon for a clan member, or just hatching in general? Cuz since I've joined this clan, I've hatched 4 Zangoose, 2 Chimchar, a Swinub, and a Ducklett.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTeriyaki View Post
    lol i havent done anything xD
    im a feebas o.o
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    Quote Originally Posted by Talos View Post
    The Starmie I use for my rain team has max speed and special attack. With its maxed out speed, Starmie can outrun most opponents who aren't gengar. Its water/psychic type means that it resists bullet punch, mach punch, Ice Shard and the water one which I can nevedr remember. Starmie's special attack is decent but not brilliant so it really needs a Life Orb or Choice Specs to make it work at its best -- it can do well without them but for maximum punch, I'd recoment a boost of some kind. Life Orb is best since it let's Staymie switch moves and half the use of a Starmie is in its adaptability.

    My Starmie runs Thunder/Hydro Pump/Ice Beam/Recover but you'll probably want something different. The presence of the sun will make Hydro Pump much less effective and its accuracy is only 70 so I'd drop that for Psychic. Psycic gets STAB and is unaffected by the sun. Likewise, Thunder loses accuracy in the sun I believe so thunderbolt is a better choice. You may want to keep Ice Beam as that will let you counter dragons and basically wreak anything that is draon/flying like Dragonite or Salamance. If you went with Life Orb, have recover too. it allows Starmie to keep fighting when Life Orb recoil should have knocked it out and gives you the ability to survive longer matches. However, if you decide for choice specs, I'd recomend giving it up for another attacking move.
    so surf, thunderbolt, ice beam, and recover?
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    Wow, nice that people have missed me...

    I'm exausted. School work, Skyrim, my mates, more school and I'm currently in a lot of pain (mile run, which was easy and fun, except when someone a year younger than you of the opposite gender sends your *** flying). I'm currently level 24 in my Skyrim gameplay. Khajiit (cat) assassin. Might switch it up now. Conjurer Necromancer thing. Or a light armour wearing SpellSword (mage/warrior).

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    scorch, its BP for hatching a pokemon for a clan member that requests it

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