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    Here is a battle I had more than a year ago against my fellow Dragon Rush leader aLiEn Mw, using the earliest version of Flames of the Heavenly Light. In this battle, you can behold the epic sight of my Flame Charge Reshiram absolutely demolishing a large portion of my opponent's team:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-DRa...er--2011-04-29

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    And now, it is time to post battle replays!

    Title: You, win? Quite the Contrary, my Friend. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Bex...--2012-04-27-2

    A DW OU match I had a week ago. In this match, my Contrary Serperior wiped out 5 members of his team (which is odd; I was expecting the typical Scarf-Revenge killer chomp). I could have clean-swept the whole team, but I decided to let Tyranitar have the honor of taking down Weavile.

    Title: Not sure if an idiot or a noob who doesn't pay attention. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Iro...or--2012-05-03

    I have no idea what was up with this guy. I told him to send in a Ttar counter after he burned it, and, as if he didn't notice the text, he kept Jellicent in battle. It ended up going down due to a Defense drop and a crit. Then he just played horribly from there. Of all the things nutty about this guy in the battle, this one takes the cake: a Reuniclus without Magic Guard. Seriously? I mean, come on! Reuniclus is OU BECAUSE of Magic Guard, so use it, damn it!

    Title: Ghost Mono Smackdown, UU style. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Mon...or--2012-05-03

    This guy on Smogon said he had gotten to rank 536 or something like that with his ghost mono team in UU. Then we randomly met on the ladder. My Houndoom set up Nasty Plot and swept his whole team. He could have stopped the rampage with Mismagius using Thunderbolt, but he didn't. Probably wouldn't have affected the ultimate outcome of the match, though.

    Title: The Mammoth Ruled the Ice Age. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-The...--2012-05-03-1

    And the end of the battle proves this. Honestly, it sometimes upsets me when I am having to contend with an opposing weather team that carries the same weather I do. Like I said at the beginning of the video, battles like that tend to get interesting for me rather quickly. Despite a few misplays in the match, my team still did exceptional work in taking out his team (and I think mine is better able to work around hail than his was).

    More to come...
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    Here is a battle in which I defeated Avassalador, an extremely skilled trainer from the glorious Dragon Rush clan, despite being overall quite unlucky throughout most of the match:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Raz...--2011-08-05-1

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    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Sha...an--2012-05-05


    this battle is very funny and shows how dangerous i am when i get hax

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    Here is a Generation II OU battle I had using the Supreme Absolute Defense, one of my creations which I am personally most proud of in the long history of my Pokémon battling career. Along with my Flames of the Heavenly Light DW Ubers team, the Supreme Absolute Defense is among the greatest teams I have ever made, and also the single ultimate stall team ever in Generation II OU, which can literally be described as "a shield of diamond", since there is almost nothing in that generation that can smash through the six extremely sturdy walls contained in this team, as well as their near-perfect defensive synergy with one another. In this match, I was Richter Abend:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Luc...nd--2012-05-02

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    Got one: http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-cda...ll--2012-05-06
    Wasn't overly special, but meh
    I am a child of GOD and proud of it.

    I have only one setting, and thats MAXIMUM PWNAGE!

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    Here is another Generation II battle, in which I achieved victory with my Supreme Absolute Defense team, despite the fact that my opponent got lucky with his Snorlax taking out my Umbreon, an extremely important member of my team, with a critical hit Double-Edge early on in the match:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Min...nd--2012-05-03

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    Aesoft is down for me
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    Same here.

    Since I can't upload a new replay right now, then I'll just post a replay of a battle against myself which an opponent of mine once uploaded:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-PK-...3r--2011-01-09

    In this battle, you can see that he copied the entirety of my Flames of the Heavenly Light team, with the only exception being that he had Arceus-Dragon in place of Lugia. During the time when I laddered on the Pokémon Online server, I have observed numerous people attempting to copy and use that team of mine, and to me, that is a testament of just how incredibly effective Flames of the Heavenly Light is in the DW Ubers tier, which further cements its position as one of the greatest masterpieces I have ever created among Pokémon teams, and also one of the teams I am personally most proud of alongside the Supreme Absolute Defense.

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    God! Aesoft is STILL down! They better be doing updates, because I have several good matches from yesterday, and I can't upload them!

    It's starting to drive me nuts!
    I will be less active as time goes on; I have many things to do to get into college and will be focusing on that, so if you don't hear from me for a while, just be patient. I will respond, but it may take some time.

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    Here is a replay I uploaded a few months ago (it will be viewable once Aesoft is back up):

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-mon...3r--2012-02-16

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    Yay! Aesoft is back online! That means that it's match posting time!!!

    Title: The Dark Side of Arceus. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Dra...or--2012-05-07

    An Uber match I had a few days ago with a new team I made. This team was partially inspired by Pokemon Trainer R's Darkness, Death, and Oblivion Desolation that was on his team. Other than that, the whole team is mostly an experiment. To sum things up, Arceus got up some Calm Minds and walled the opposing team.

    Title: How to Lure Someone to their Death. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-The...ty--2012-05-08

    A DW OU match I had last night. Basically, once I got my rocks up, I switched my Shadow Tag Chandelure into his Choice-locked Arcanine, and it was over.

    Title: Wash, Rinse, Repeat. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-The...--2012-05-06-1

    Another DW OU match I had with the team above. Once again, Chandelure sweeps the rest of this guy's team, but in a different way.

    More to be seen below.
    I will be less active as time goes on; I have many things to do to get into college and will be focusing on that, so if you don't hear from me for a while, just be patient. I will respond, but it may take some time.

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    Very nice battle. That Arceus-Dark sweep was simply amazing. Arceus-Dark is actually by far my favorite of the seventeen Arceus Formes, as I find something extremely awesome about the irony of the God of the Pokémon world being a Dark-type Pokémon, as well as something very badass and aesthetically appealing about its signature move, Judgment, an attack which is normally meant to be "holy" and utilize or associated with "sacred powers", ironically being a Dark-type move. All of this makes sweeping an entire team with Arceus-Dark's devastating Calm Mind-boosted Judgments an incredibly epic and entertaining experience in my opinion, as to me it feels like controlling a God of Darkness and having it pass wicked, impure Judgment upon anyone foolish enough to oppose it, eradicating each and every one of them in a blast of all-consuming darkness. And additionally, Arceus-Dark can also hit Lugia (which along with Ho-Oh is one of the biggest obstacles Calm Mind Arceus in general faces in my opinion), and many other common Pokémon in the tier such as Mewtwo, Arceus-Ghost, Giratina, Latias and Latios super effectively with its Judgment, while at the same time no Pokémon is immune to it, making it the single best Arceus Forme for Calm Mind in my opinion (as since its Dark-type Judgment is such an effective offensive move, it can use this as its only attack. And with Recover and obviously Calm Mind occupying two of any good Calm Mind Arceus's moveslots, this means that Arceus-Dark can use either Refresh or Substitute rather than a coverage move as its fourth move, protecting it from status effects, which usually completely cripple most Calm Mind Arceus).

    By the way, I'd like to clear something up though. The team with which I use Arceus-Dark (nicknamed "Desolation" in that team) is Darkness, Death, and Oblivion, not Flames of the Heavenly Light. Those are actually two completely different teams, although it's understandable that you would confuse them as they are both very similar in many ways - too similar in my opinion, with Arceus-Dark being the main gimmick that differentiates Darkness, Death, and Oblivion from Flames of the Heavenly Light (which was made quite a while before the former), which is why I intend to completely revamp the former once I return to the ladder. Admittedly, the similarities between the two teams is largely a result of me deciding to employ many of the successful strategies I used from Flames of the Heavenly Light in Darkness, Death, and Oblivion, upon noticing that the early version of the latter did not seem to be as effective as the other four teams I used on the DW Ubers ladder, as evident by the fact that Butterfly Aizen, the name under which I used Darkness, Death, and Oblivion could only barely manage to stay in the top 10 on that ladder, unlike the other four names I used on it. And so basically I utilized elements from my most successful DW Ubers team in a rather cheap attempt to improve the performance of my Arceus-Dark team in battle, explaining the similarities between the two teams.

    By the time I took my break from laddering, my Butterfly Aizen name was at #9 on the DW Ubers ladder with 1524 points, which isn't too bad in my opinion, but I think the team I use under that name still has a lot of room for improvement, as I intend to one day make it as effective as my top three teams on the ladder (Flames of the Heavenly Light, Extreme BattleMasters and Divine Lightning, which got me to #1, #2 and #4 respectively on the ladder, peaking at 1673, 1642 and 1607 points respectively).

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    Oops! Sorry about that, R. I was in a hurry to post those two this morning and didn't get the team name right! I'll change that in a moment. Now, to post a few more matches.

    Title: Get 'em, Lassie! http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-The...on--2012-05-07

    My hail team takes on a rain team with Volcarona. In the end, Froslass finished off the rest of his team without hail support.

    Man, this sucks! For some reason, some of my better battles over the past couple of days weren't recorded. I'll post what they would have been if they had recorded:

    Title: Biollante Strikes! *battle recording. IF THERE WAS ONE!*

    After its defeat at the claws of Godzilla, Biollante decided to try its strength in another area, and stepped into the world of Pokemon. Watch in awe as Biollante tears apart an entire team with sun support. Observe the horror in my opponent's eyes as his Heatran is KO'd by Earthquake and his Latios is 2HKO'd by a Growth-boosted Solarbeam and forces him to surrender. (seriously, I did both those things, but the damn thing didn't record. I'll get a match of Biollante [Venusaur] in action eventually).

    Title: Spiritomb the Wall. *battle recording*

    An RU match I had a few days ago. Basically, this guy had me beaten... until I sent out my defensive Calm Mind Spiritomb. Once I got some CM's up, there was no way he could beat me, and Spiritomb ended up wiping out 4 members of his team and bringing victory.

    More to come... (and there will be actual recordings next time)
    I will be less active as time goes on; I have many things to do to get into college and will be focusing on that, so if you don't hear from me for a while, just be patient. I will respond, but it may take some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overlordmewtwo View Post
    Oops! Sorry about that, R. I was in a hurry to post those two this morning and didn't get the team name right! I'll change that in a moment.
    That's OK. I completely didn't mind at all that you got the name wrong, but I just pointed that out anyway just to inform you so.

    Anyway, here is a replay of a battle against my Extreme BattleMasters team which my friend puregenius once uploaded:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Teh...--2012-02-19-1

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    OK, I've finally got some battle replays of Biollante in action and a few others... so, here we go:

    Title: Biollante Puts the Smack Down. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Alz...or--2012-05-10

    In this OU match, Biollante uses Growth to gain power and then beats down my opponent before they can react. My opponent could have switched out his Hippowdon and prevented the major defeat, but he didn't.

    Title: Scary Plants and Mirrors Go Well Together. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-The...51--2012-05-10

    Another OU match featuring Biollante. In this match, Espeon pretty much screwed around with him for the first half, and Biollante dominated the second half. This was actually one of my better matches, as I was prepared for pretty much everything he had.

    Title: Justice Is Served with the Truth. http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Mod...or--2012-05-10

    An Ubers match I had earlier today. In this match, once again Arceus-Dark shows its bulk as it CMs itself to the point of being untouchable... before dying to a crit from Zekrom. Reshiram and Ho-oh got revenge for it by finishing off Zekrom and the rest of his team, though. Biollante also makes a cameo in this match (it's called Venusaur in the match, as I haven't nicknamed it yet, but it has exactly the same moveset as the one in OU).

    Title: Uber Smackdown, Double-Dancing Style! http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-The...um--2012-05-10

    Another Uber match with the team above. In this match, I manage to wipe out this guy's entire team after Groudon grabs both a Rock Polish and Swords Dance boost. Not much else to say here.

    More to come...
    I will be less active as time goes on; I have many things to do to get into college and will be focusing on that, so if you don't hear from me for a while, just be patient. I will respond, but it may take some time.

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    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-TPL...ax--2012-05-10
    ^This battle was meant for me to lose, the guy was like totally trolling me, but then my terrakion came through for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comebhax
    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-TPL...ax--2012-05-10
    ^This battle was meant for me to lose, the guy was like totally trolling me, but then my terrakion came through for me.
    Two comments about this match:

    First, great Mega Man reference with Gutsman! I usually think of Machamp when I see that nickname, but Terrakion deserves the title after that performance.

    Which brings me to my second comment: I applauded you when I saw Terrakion completely turn the battle around. Your opponent had you against the ropes, and he got cocky. That is part of what got him. The rest of it was your skillful maneuvering with Substitute (something that Terrakions typically don't have) and Swords Dance.
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    Nice battles, overlordmewtwo. It's a shame that Arceus-Dark had its sweep abruptly cut short... but it's also great to see that someone else also appreciates the value of Flame Charge Ho-Oh, since the vast majority of people who use this Pokémon seem to prefer the Substitute set, which is too slow in my opinion, and therefore lacks the incredible sweeping potential that the Flame Charge set possesses. Because a large part of Flame Charge Ho-Oh's value comes from its sweeping power, I personally think that Life Orb is a much more suitable item for it than Leftovers though, especially since you have decided to use Earthquake in place of Recover, and therefore seem to have committed yourself to capitalizing on this Pokémon's offensive power rather than its walling potential. But that's just my opinion.

    Also, I really enjoyed watching that Rock Polish + Swords Dance sweep you pulled off with Groudon. Seeing it taking out a Ferrothorn with a single Earthquake really surprised me, as I don't often see this Pokémon being so powerful as I'm much more used to using and dealing with more defensively-oriented variants of Groudon.

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    Got another one, better than my last: http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-cda...AN--2012-05-11
    I am a child of GOD and proud of it.

    I have only one setting, and thats MAXIMUM PWNAGE!

    Platinum:1592-1825-2936
    HG: 3052-9634-0910
    Black: 4684-9108-2688
    Black Random Matchup Record:23-19 (minus 3 ragequit DC's and two accidental DC's...)
    Subway streak: 35
    White: 3611-3189-9624
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    Name: Cyrus. i hav finally arrived on wifi, tremble before my might, mwuhahaha! pm for trades and battles.
    http://www.freewebs.com/cdawg3574/cystradeemporium.htm this is my trading site. got alot of good pokes, all are IV bred to desired specifications. this means that trades must be worth my while. B/W friend codes coming soon!

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    Here is the first of three Generation II battles I had against a person known as Oceans. In this match, he was using a mono-Water team:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Oce...--2012-05-06-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pokémon Trainer R View Post
    Here is the first of three Generation II battles I had against a person known as Oceans. In this match, he was using a mono-Water team:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Oce...--2012-05-06-1
    You should post close battles that are actually fun to watch, instead of boring matches of you 6-0ing gimmicks.

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    I contemplated on whether or not I should post that battle, but in the end decided to do so anyway, both for the sake of completeness since I intend to post my next two battles against the same opponent, and also because the match I just posted serves as a buildup or orientation to the two matches that will follow (which in turn serve the glory of an even greater battle which I will be posting later after that).

    Below is a replay showing a battle in which Oceans finally decided to get serious and challenge me with a real team:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Oce...nd--2012-05-06

    I realize that this was far from a close match (although given my team's nature as a stall team, that is only to be expected, since it is rare for a stall team to win a battle 1-0 or 2-0 due to their reliance on the defensive synergy between their members, which completely falls apart if one or two of such teams' members faint). But just like the previous battle I posted in this thread (though to a lesser extent than that), this replay's primary purpose is not to portray a battle that is close, fun and exciting in itself (although I think it can serve that purpose too), but rather to help show, establish and hype up the power of my Supreme Absolute Defense, or more specifically, its sheer stalling ability, which is unrivaled by any other team in Generation II, as evident by the huge difference in power between it and the team that my opponent used, shown by the fact that my opponent was unable to put any kind of dent whatsoever in the diamond-hard shield that it embodies despite the number of turns the battle lasted.

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    Previous battle:http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-TPL...--2012-05-10-2
    Next Battle:http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Roi...ax--2012-05-11
    Holy crap EVERYONE HAS TO SEE THIS BATTLE!!!
    I was down 1-3 with Jellicent left and i was trolling him so much he forfeited :3
    Btw if you didn't notice, my name 'Comebhax' is a mixture of "Come back" and "Hax", which is basically what i do at PO.
    My previous battle was a 2-4 comeback and this comeback was a 1-3 comeback.
    I'm gonna put all of these battles in my sig.

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    Here is my third and final battle against Oceans:

    http://pokemon.aesoft.org/replay-Oce...--2012-05-06-2

    In this match, one can behold the numerous aspects of the genius design behind the Supreme Absolute Defense, shown by the way in which I won the battle 6-0 despite the fact that two of my opponent's Pokémon had used Explosion, the most powerful technique in existence after the forbidden one-hit KO moves, at some point during the match, even though I did not even have to switch to Skarmory, the only Pokémon in my team that resists Explosion, when tanking that move in both instances. Although my opponent's Steelix had used Curse prior to taking itself out in a massive Explosion, the blast still failed to remove even a third of my Umbreon's health thanks to its Charm technique, and the fact that it knows that move in turn owes itself to the genius design of LunarLight, the name that I have personally bestowed upon the very Umbreon moveset that I have created and use for myself, which I also consider to be the star of the Supreme Absolute Defense, due to how extremely strange yet useful it is. And while the Barrier technique known by Glooper, the very Tentacruel moveset that I have created is best known for serving the purpose of countering the dreaded Swords Dance Tentacruel, in this battle that technique shows its second purpose, which is to allow the Jellyfish Pokémon to survive the immense destructive force of Cloyster's Explosion, as Tentacruel very often finds itself switching into this Pokémon in order to Rapid Spin away the Spikes that it sets up.

    And with my Skarmory's Thief technique, which is primarily there to serve the purpose of stealing the Thick Clubs of Marowak in order to cut their offensive power in half, but can also serve the purpose of depriving one of the opponent's Pokémon of their beloved Leftovers recovery and therefore making them much easier to defeat, even my opponent eventually acknowledged the greatness and wonder that the Supreme Absolute Defense embodies. After all, as I said at some point during the battle, "A team that was designed over the course of half a decade couldn't possibly fail me."

    At the very end of this replay, you can also see me revealing the entirety of my Supreme Absolute Defense team to my opponent. Now that that is shown, I will in my next message begin to post a series of Generation II tournament matches in which I participated using this team, with the finale of that tournament being one of the most epic Generation II matches I've ever had in a long time.

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