How would wish help it? just curious.
Though the Ghosts "block" Relic Song so it's probably better to just run Ice Punch and something to Pursuit them.
Well, Maybe not Scizor. Jellicent beats Scizor easily. Maybe some form of Tyranitar, though Meloetta doesn't like Sandstorm at all.
Hard to say. You can just fill your team with Jellicent killers.
I would say things like Landorus, Crunch Lucario, Terrakion, SubToxic Gliscor etc. Stuff Jellicent may switch in on but still lose to that have good synergy with.
It s odd that meloetta has to change forme via a move. the only other one possibly like this is castform. meloetta seriously needs an item so that it can permanantly change formes like kyurem and shaymin. (possibly then making it an uber in pirouette forme).
Posting shrang's set because it was so fun to abuse in Dream World OU.
64 Atk, 252 SpA, 192 Spe
The name of the game is Relic Song spam. Since Melotta's set of counters changes competely depending on which form it's in, it can keep switching back and forth to cause even more switches and mess with the opponent's head. Combined with ample hazard support, this damage can add up quickly, helping offensive teams wear down bulkier opponents much more easily. The fact that Relic Song has a chance to out something to sleep means that by spamming Relic Song, chances are you'll incapacitate something every once in a while. Once you've caused your opponent to switch sround a bit, all it takes is one misprediction for your opponent to lose something. For example, your opponent might bring in Chansey as you Relic Song at first, only to find themselves face-to-face with Meloetta-P. Then they might switch to Skarmory as you change formes again. They might then expect you to use Relic Song again, so they leave Skarmory in, only to be nailed by Thunder. This scenario has happened several times for me in DW OU in the past, and it really makes Meloetta a great asset to offensive teams.
Dan-sing has never been so much fun!/Dance Dance Revolution/Sing along with me! (I know, these names suck)
EVs: 252 Sp. Atk, 152 Spd, 104 Sp. Def
A set that is more special-based for the Aria form, and probably won't last long. But, while it does, it would be able to pack a punch. Leftovers are for it to last a bit longer or Life orb is to sacrifice longevity for power. Psychic and Hyper Voice are the most powerful moves Aria Meloetta learns that get STAB, and Calm Mind is there to boost Meloetta's already good special stats. Perish Song is there as a last resort, and would only work if you had previously used Mean Look. However, even if you didn't use Mean Look with another Pokemon, you can still force a switch-out and that could come in handy if you have made entry hazards.
Last edited by EonDragonFTW; 18th July 2012 at 9:59 PM.
Dancing queen anyone?
Counters: Jellicent is a great one, watch out for Thunder. Don't know if Choice Scarf outspeeds the standard sets in her Aria forme so anyone can tell me. Pirouette Forme, again is stopped by Jellicent, walling par Shadow Claw(I don't even see claws).
a dancer with no claws(from flaws and has no claws get it XD?)
Does this song suit your dancy?
Dirty Dan-sing(mentioned twice)
Keep on Dan-sing til the World Ends(sorry with dan-sing again, I had to use this)
Step Up: Melodution
Tried a set just like jesus freak but instead of bolt beam I put psychic and U-turn it is quite good but I saw it have only 308 attack in pirroette mode..
Aria di Mezzo Carattere
Dancer in the Castelia Street
Dancer in the Street
Dancing with Swords is Meloettally dangerous (that's the reason Melloeta can't learn Swords Dance)
Dancing with the Stars
Do Re Mi...
Melody of Doom (set including Perish Song)
I claim Flygon, the super awesome Dragon