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    Default RMT Pokemon Black 2 Team

    Much like the White 2 team, this team’s movesets I got from Serebii’s pokemon of the week. Pleases make changes on what you need to. Elite Four team as well.

    Seismitoad
    Nature: Mild
    Drain Punch
    Earth Power
    Ice Punch
    Hydro Pump

    Solrock
    Nature: Naughty
    Stone Edge
    Earthquake
    Overheat
    Zen Headbutt

    Delcatty
    Nature: Adamant
    Fake out
    Zen Headbutt
    Double Edge
    Return

    Clefable
    Nature: Jolly
    Belly Drum
    Double Edge
    Fire Punch
    Drain Punch

    Flygon
    Nature: Rash
    Draco Meteor
    Earthquake
    Fire Blast
    Roost

    Swanna
    Nature: Modest
    Scald
    Tail Wind
    Hurricane
    Ice Beam

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    Quote Originally Posted by scomaru View Post
    Much like the White 2 team, this team’s movesets I got from Serebii’s pokemon of the week. Pleases make changes on what you need to. Elite Four team as well.

    Seismitoad
    Water Absorb/Poison Touch/Swift Swim
    Nature: Modest/Mild
    Grass Knot/Drain Punch
    Earth Power/Earthquake
    Icy Wind/Ice Punch
    Hydro Pump
    Use Modest for the Special Set, and Mild for the Mixed.

    Solrock
    Levitate
    Nature: Adamant
    Stone Edge
    Earthquake
    Acrobatics
    Zen HeadbuttSolrock's Sp. Attack is utterly pathetic, switch it out for Acrobatics, which gies similar coverage. You will have problems against Levitate Steels, though.

    Delcatty
    Cute Charm
    Nature: Adamant
    Fake out/Sucker Punch
    Zen Headbutt
    Wake-Up Slap
    Return
    This will give near perfect coverage. Double Edge is meh and Delcatty really does not want to sustain Recoil.

    Clefable
    Magic Guard
    Nature: Timid
    Psychic
    Shadow Ball
    Focus Blast/Icy Wind
    Signal Beam/Magical Leaf
    It's Sp. Attack is better than it's Attack, so use that instead, as Belly Drum won't be perfect for Clefable, and isn't worth it Ingame.
    I've never used Clefable, though, so my things may be way off.


    Flygon
    Nature: Rash
    Draco Meteor
    Earthquake
    Fire Blast
    Roost

    Alternate Flygon
    Levitate
    Nature: Adamant
    Earthquake
    Crunch/Fire Punch/Thunder Punch/U-Turn
    Rock Slide/Stone Edge
    Dragon Claw/Outrage


    Swanna
    Nature: Modest
    Scald/Surf
    Tail Wind
    Hurricane
    Ice Beam
    Surf is handier to have if you play in Doubles or Triples, fue to it hitting multiple targets, it also has extra power, but loses the Burn.
    Assuming this is Ingame.

    You don't really need two of the same Types, especially since Delcatty and Clefable have pretty much the same use, and aren't exactly great.

    I'll provide with other Pokémon later, though.


    And remember, the majority of the strategies in Competetive and the POTW don't applyto Ingame.


    Edit:

    Perhaps use some of these as replacements:

    Lucario
    Modest/Rash
    Steadfast
    Dark Pulse
    Aura Sphere
    Dragon Sphere
    Flash Cannon/Extremespeed
    Unresisted Coverage, last Move depends on wether you want Priority or an Extra STAB that deals no additional Coverage.

    Chandelure
    Modest
    Flash Fire
    Energy Ball
    Shadow Ball
    Flamethrower
    Psychic/Calm Mind
    Last Move depends on wether you want Extra Coverae, or extra durability and Strangth.

    Leavanny
    Adamant
    Chlorophyll
    Leaf Blade
    X-Scissor
    Air Slash
    Shadow Claw/Swords Dance
    Last Move depends on Power or Coverage.
    It's a bit meh, though.

    Magnezone
    Modest
    Magnet Pull/Analytic/Sturdy
    Flash Cannon
    Discharge/Thunderbolt
    Signal Beam
    Tri Attack/Magnet Rise
    Last Move depends on wether you want decent Normal Damage with a good chance of a Status Effect, or temporarily lose your Ground Weakness (Magnet Rise is more use in the PWT, though, as you're better off switching notmally)
    Discharge only for Doubles and Triples.

    Drapion
    Adamant
    Sniper
    X-Scissor
    Crunch
    Ice Fang/Aqua Tail/Earthquake
    Cross Poison



    Quote Originally Posted by KyuremFreeze View Post
    Dirkac is right. unless your trying to get into nintendo VGC. it depends on what sort of team your running. im knoledgable about doubles and singles, but most of my competitive knoledge lies in doubles. tell me what sort of team your doing here, and i can help more.
    Since it says about the Elite Four, I'm assuming this is Ingame, not Cmpetetive.
    Last edited by dirkac; 24th September 2013 at 1:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirkac View Post
    Assuming this is Ingame.

    You don't really need two of the same Types, especially since Delcatty and Clefable have pretty much the same use, and aren't exactly great.

    I'll provide with other Pokémon later, though.


    And remember, the majority of the strategies in Competetive and the POTW don't applyto Ingame.
    Dirkac is right. unless your trying to get into nintendo VGC. it depends on what sort of team your running. im knoledgable about doubles and singles, but most of my competitive knoledge lies in doubles. tell me what sort of team your doing here, and i can help more.
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