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    Default My Black 2 In Game Team

    These are my in-game teams. Unfortunately, I wasn't counting any EVs, so I have no idea what there EVs or IVs are...I'm not quite finished with the Pokemon Black 2 After Story.

    I really want critical help and advice so next time when I make another team it is a very strong with a very small amount of flaws/weaknesses.

    Black 2 IGT


    Druddigon

    Lv. 75 Female
    Nature: Quirky
    Item: Draco Plate

    Moves: Dragon Claw, Outrage, Superpower, Draco Meteor

    Stats: HP: 224
    Attack: 197
    Defense: 157
    Sp. attack: 101
    Sp Def: 160
    Speed: 98

    Its Stats are so so in my opinion. She really comes in handy when it comes to type disadvantages. His ability, Rough Skin, comes in handy as well especially when a Pokemon that has sturdy uses a physical attack.


    Excadrill


    Lv. 75 Female
    Nature: Rash
    Excadrill: Wide Lens
    Moves: Fissure, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Drill Run
    HP: 263
    Defense: 109
    Sp. Attack: 111
    Sp. Def 99
    Speed: 152

    Her Attack, I like but her other stats are so-so. I really use it when I want to 1-HIT KO or for type advantages

    Lapras:



    Lv. 74 Male
    Item: Splash Plate
    Nature: Hardy
    HP: 291
    Attack: 144
    Defense: 144
    Sp. Attack: 140
    Sp. Def: 168
    Speed: 121

    Moves: Surf, Waterfall, HydroPump, Ice Beam

    I really love my Lapras. It can really endure hits well and although he doesn't have the best stats, he still comes in very handy in battle

    Emboar:

    Lv. 74 Male
    Item: Metronome
    Nature: Relaxed
    Moves: Strength, Arm Thrust, Heat Crash, Blast Burn
    HP: 272
    Attack 223
    Sp. Attack: 177
    Sp. Def: 107
    Speed: 108

    Yup, it's my starter. I don't use it all the time, I mostly use it as a last resort if anything.

    Ampharos

    Lv. 74 Male
    Item: Eviolite
    Moves: Electro Ball, Signal Beam, Thunder, Discharge
    HP: 228
    Attack: 141
    Sp Attack: 180
    Sp. Def: 151
    Speed: 127

    I really wanted it to have a high speed stat (for Electro Ball) but I guess it just wasn;t the right one. Speed is his lowest stat. In all, it has okay stats

    Zoroark:

    Lv. 74 Male
    NAture: Hasty
    Item: Expert Belt
    Moves: Shadow Claw, Night Daze, Foul Play, Night Slash
    Stats: HP: 199
    Defense: 180
    Sp. Attack: 210
    Sp Def: 122
    Speed: 207

    I love, love, LOVE my Zoroark for some reason. Although his defense was a big problem (the one-hit KOs on super-effective attacks) everything else was really great for me throughout the game



    Anyways, please rate my team and give advice. Thanks!
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    Emboar
    ~Brick Break/Hammer Arm
    ~Scald
    ~Flamethrower
    ~Wild Charge/Rock Slide

    Blast Burn is a bad move. And you won't need Strength anymore once you've pushed all the boulders down the hole, as they permanently remains there.



    Ampharos
    Modest Nature
    ~Thunderbolt
    ~Focus Blast
    ~Signal Beam
    ~Thunder Wave/Toxic/Power Gem

    .....umm, Eviolite does nothing for it. I guess just you forgot to remove it after it evolved.



    Zoroark
    Hasty Nature
    ~Night Daze
    ~Focus Blast/Low Sweep
    ~Flamethrower
    ~Return/U-Turn

    This set doesn't just gives you a lot of coverage, it is also a Mixed set, which perfectly suits N's Zoroark, with its Hasty Nature and 30 IV in every stat including Attack.
    Not to mention Zoroark has a usable base Attack stat anyway.



    Lapras
    Modest Nature
    ~Surf
    ~Ice Beam
    ~Thunderbolt
    ~Psychic

    I think the only Pokemon that can resist this set, is Shedinja, and even then it is due to Sheddy's ability.



    Excadrill
    Jolly Nature, Mold Breaker ability
    ~Swords Dance
    ~Rock Slide
    ~Earthquake
    ~Iron Head

    my favorite set for it. Jolly Nature because Attack is boosted via SD anyway, and Rash (+SAtk, -SDef) is a useless Nature on it, while Mold Breaker is the best ability for it outside Sandstorm team.
    RS + EQ already has a wide coverage, so it's okay to get Iron Head for the last move, besides, Iron Head also gets STAB.



    Druddigon
    Adamant Nature, Rough Skin ability
    ~Payback/Sucker Punch
    ~Revenge
    ~Dragon Claw
    ~Fire Punch

    Lots of coverage. I don't know why people love Superpower on it, Revenge does the same amount of damage without the stat drop, and Druddigon is so slow it won't go first anyway, so might as well use Revenge instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shine View Post
    Emboar
    ~Brick Break/Hammer Arm
    ~Scald
    ~Flamethrower
    ~Wild Charge/Rock Slide

    Blast Burn is a bad move. And you won't need Strength anymore once you've pushed all the boulders down the hole, as they permanently remains there.



    Ampharos
    Modest Nature
    ~Thunderbolt
    ~Focus Blast
    ~Signal Beam
    ~Thunder Wave/Toxic/Power Gem

    .....umm, Eviolite does nothing for it. I guess just you forgot to remove it after it evolved.



    Zoroark
    Hasty Nature
    ~Night Daze
    ~Focus Blast/Low Sweep
    ~Flamethrower
    ~Return/U-Turn

    This set doesn't just gives you a lot of coverage, it is also a Mixed set, which perfectly suits N's Zoroark, with its Hasty Nature and 30 IV in every stat including Attack.
    Not to mention Zoroark has a usable base Attack stat anyway.



    Lapras
    Modest Nature
    ~Surf
    ~Ice Beam
    ~Thunderbolt
    ~Psychic

    I think the only Pokemon that can resist this set, is Shedinja, and even then it is due to Sheddy's ability.



    Excadrill
    Jolly Nature, Mold Breaker ability
    ~Swords Dance
    ~Rock Slide
    ~Earthquake
    ~Iron Head

    my favorite set for it. Jolly Nature because Attack is boosted via SD anyway, and Rash (+SAtk, -SDef) is a useless Nature on it, while Mold Breaker is the best ability for it outside Sandstorm team.
    RS + EQ already has a wide coverage, so it's okay to get Iron Head for the last move, besides, Iron Head also gets STAB.



    Druddigon
    Adamant Nature, Rough Skin ability
    ~Payback/Sucker Punch
    ~Revenge
    ~Dragon Claw
    ~Fire Punch

    Lots of coverage. I don't know why people love Superpower on it, Revenge does the same amount of damage without the stat drop, and Druddigon is so slow it won't go first anyway, so might as well use Revenge instead.
    Well thank you so much, I can't really change their natures now, but I can tidy up their moves a bit ^-^ . I thought an Eviolite would still boost some of Ampharos's stats even after evolution but I guess I was wrong. I realize that all the move sets you mentioned were of mixed types, some moves I didn't even know my Pokemon could learn! Again, thanks so much!
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