29th September 2012, 11:59 AM
No wonder everything (well almost) in their analysis were "weird" in the LC sections
Originally Posted by Blue Harvest
29th September 2012, 5:54 PM
And, thus, the reason why rhydon should be a cornerstone on ou sand....it...is...amazing......like taking down dragons and toppling mountains...that sort of amazing...
Originally Posted by jesusfreak94
just a quick note: it may be super bulky, but grass and water type bulky mons still give it trouble...like rotom for example...
29th September 2012, 10:23 PM
29th September 2012, 10:41 PM
Nah, I was just bragging on its raw bulk for bragging's sake. Ground, Fighting, Water, Grass, Steel, and Ice attacks are plentiful enough in OU that Rhydon is virtually always going to be under some sort of offensive pressure from the opponent's team. Not to mention that it lacks any sort of recovery outside of Rest. To be honest, Rhyperior's access to Solid Rock, ability to hold Leftovers, and extra bit of power make it more effective on OU teams, and even then you'd be better off using a host of other Pokemon.
Originally Posted by MetalCrow