Liepards. I thought they'd be nice at first. Nice Spd, decent offenses. 1st blow to that thought: every Liepard spams Fake Out. 2nd and final blow: their tiny puddle of a movepool doesn't allow much, hence common Fake Out.
On a more teeth-grinding scale, Mew. Back in the days, I was the one using Mew and glitched up movesets against friends. Now that I taught said glitches and said friends are using them against ME, that pink floating thing doesn't look so awesome anymore.
On an awesomeness upgrade, ANYTHING with Mimic/Assist in Generation IV games. ... Okay, almost everything. Delcatty will always remain a waste of Pokemon slot. But Infernape with Eruption or Weavile with Fusion Bolt rocks.
Last edited by DX 2401PT; 20th December 2012 at 4:18 AM.
135: "You play wifi random matchups?"
Me: "Being undefeated is fun."
135: "That's nice, but how many were against those who actually knew what they were doing?"
Me: "More than you'd think. I face one noob player per every two pros. But the point is, I'm undefeated against other RNGers."
135: "Perhaps. But the real fun comes from facing other pros in full scale 6 v 6 with no restrictions. That's where everything goes."
Moral of story: Random matchups can be fun and interesting, but a full scale 6 vs. 6 can be an epic clash where both sides bring everything they have into the field, including gimmicks, dedicated counters, and emergency responses.