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New Attack: Wind Glaive (I got this inspiration from Luna's (DOTA2) Passive Ability which is called Moon Glaives)
Type: Flying or Normal (not sure which is better)
Details: Swiftly tossing a projectile, it hits all enemies 2-5 times with 15% chance to flinch. This is a killer move in doubles and triples.
Given to Pokemon: Marowak, Pokemon with Skill Link, Greninja line, and others that may use something similar to Luna from DOTA
I'm not sure if I want to give this a +1 priority like Water Shuriken.
Last edited by jireh the provider; 10th March 2014 at 12:30 PM.
Here are a list of custom moves I have complied. Since there are so many, I'll place them in a spoiler tag:
Description: The user releases a cleansing aroma that destroys all entry hazards and weather effects on the battlefield.
Distribution: Chikorita, Oddish, Paras, Petilil, Spritzee.
Same as above
Distribution: Suicune, Alomomola, Luvdisc, Lapras, Feebas.
Here are two interesting moves I've always wanted to see:
Name: Brutal Stance
Type: Ground, Status Move
Power/PP: ~, 15
Description: The user focuses purely on its physical display, raising its Attack and Defense by two, lowering its Special Attack and Special Defense by two, and decreasing its Speed by one.
Distribution: Rhyhorn/Rhydon/Rhyperior, Regirock, Onix/Steelix, Golem, Gigalith.
Name: Mental Shift
Type: Psychic, Status Move
Power/PP: ~, 15
Description: The user focuses purely on its mental prowess, raising its Special Attack and Special Defense by two, lowering its Attack and Defense by two, and decreasing its Speed by one.
Distribution: Porygon 2, Chansey/Blissey, Regice, Articuno, Tentacool/Tentacruel.
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Um, new Items?
Fully heals the holder/user's HP at 50% and lower HP, but causes a Burn. Consumable.
Yes, not new, but reworked.
Now, blocks the holder from all negative Statuses (eg. Cursed, Seeded, Burned, etc.) except Freeze three times. After the third time, the holder Freezes. Consumable.
Once a Move reaches 0 PP, the holder's PP of all Moves is fully restored, but the holder becomes Paralyzed. Consumable.
As long as a Pokémon holds this Item and does not have Insomnia, Vital Spirit, or Klutz, the holder heals 1/8th of total HP each turn, but is asleep as long as this Item is held.
Once the holder is hit by a Water Type Move, or is in Heavy Sun, the holder becomes afflicted by Leech Seed. Consumable.
Once the holder is hit by an Electric Type Move, the holder's Light-based Moves are guaranteed to hit, and deal 1.5x Damage, if possible.
Once the holder is hit by a Fire Type Move , this Item turns int a random Berry. Cinsumable.
I definitely like your Lightbulb item, since it doesn't sound arbitrary. Togekiss's Dazzling Gleam would benefit greatly from that item.
The Frozen Berry sounds weak, however, considering it could become a useless berry when hit by a Fire move. Perhaps certain chances and rates can be included to make it sound a bit more viable.
The Pillow item sounds odd as well. Can this Pokémon switch with Trick or Switcheroo, or is it completely out with this item? Or… is it meant for Insomnia and Vital Spirit wielders to switch items?
Spoiler:- Just- lol:
- Launch a volley of fireballs, hitting the target 2-5 times. Each hit has a 10% chance to Burn the target. When faced with multiple targets, each hit will target an opponent in the user's reach at random.
- This attack is super-effective against Grass types.
- This attack traps the opponent for 2-5 turns, dealing damage each turn. It can trap and prevent the escape of Ghost types.
- This attack's base power becomes 120 if the target is about to Mega Evolve and it precedes and prevents Mega Evolution this turn. Its base power becomes 120 against pokemon that have already Mega Evolved, but does not reverse Mega Evolution.
- This attack warps reality in the battlefield, causing type effectiveness to be reversed for five turns. The effect is reversed instantly if this move is used again.
- Beam attacks targeting this pokemon are reflected, targeting their user instead (damage is calculated based on the user's type). Affected attacks are: Aurora Beam, Bubble Beam, Charge Beam, Confuse Ray, Flash Cannon, Hydro Cannon, Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, Ice Beam, Judgment, Light of Ruin, Mirror Shot, Power Gem, Psybeam, Psyshock, Psystrike, Psywave, Scald, Signal Beam, Simple Beam, Solar Beam, Techno Blast, Tri-Attack, Zap Cannon. This ability can be bypassed by pokemon with the Infiltrator ability.
- If this pokemon is hit by an attack that hits multiple times, all hits besides the first deal no damage. This pokemon is also immune to the damage from partial-trapping moves, but will remain trapped by them. Affected attacks are: Arm Thrust, Barrage, Bind, Bone Rush, Bonemerang, Bullet Seed, Comet Punch, Double Hit, Double Kick, Double Slap, Dual Chop, Fire Spin, Fury Attack, Fury Swipes, Gear Grind, Icicle Spear, Infestation, Magma Storm, Pin Missile, Rock Blast, Spike Cannon, Tail Slap, Triple Kick, Twineedle, Water Shuriken, Whirlpool, Wrap (and any other multi-hit moves not yet implemented).
- Damaging attacks used by this pokemon that would affect multiple pokemon instead affect a single target and do 30% more damage. This effect doesn't occur if this pokemon can only target one opposing pokemon with its attacks.
- Damaging attacks used by this pokemon that would normally only affect one target now also affect the pokemon adjacent to the target, but the attack's power is reduced by 35%. This effect doesn't occur if this pokemon can only target one opposing pokemon with its attacks.
- The user cannon be Flinched, and Paralysis and Attract do not prevent it from moving. It can still be Flinched from Focus Punch, and can still hit itself in Confusion.
- Whenever the user's stats are lowered, it gains +1 Defense and +1 SpDef.
Pillow is meant to either have a permanent Status-absorb wall that relies on, well, Snore and Sleep Talk to do anything in exchange for some healing, or for Klutz/Insomnia/Vital Spirit Pokémon to Trick/Bestow it on others to debilitate them, as permanent Sleep is really annoying to counter or even do anything. Although mainly the latter because having to rely on Snore/Sleep Talk to do anything is horrible.
Ehm, I think I am going to try and introduce 2 new abilties:
- All Pokemon in the field get 2 moves in one turn instead of one. Also, it doesn;t have to be the same move. The one with the most speed goes first, if equal first one attacks, then the other, and then the first one and then the last one again. NOTE; This shouldn't be used when Mega Kanghaskan is on the other side of the Field
Distribution: Mega Swalot X ((Or another version name)) and other Mega Pokemon
- All Pokemon in the field can be affected with 2 Status moves ((e.g. Parlyzed and Sleep)) as long as this Pokemon is active. However, if two status ailments are introduced while this Pokemon was in battle, they remain on the pokemon, so they do not disappear as soon as the Pokemon with this abilty is switched out
Distrubution: Mega Swalot Y ((or another version name)) and other Mega Pokemon
Name: Passion Fist
Effect: Has a 30% chance to infatuate the foe of the opposite gender.
Broken. It turns the battle hyper-offensive because everything has the opportunity to attack twice per turn, which is enough to overrun most defensive pokemon.
I am on the fence over this one, mostly because of it's mechanics. Imagine being Toxic'd and put to sleep at the same time or having Burn and Toxic stack? I say it is okay considering that many pokemon that lose to status are crippled by just one status, but I am not too keen on it's mechanics.
Sounds nice but overpowered with that 10% burn chance with each fireball. If all five fireballs are launched, there is about a 50% chance to burn at least one pokemon and that is too powerful for a 25 BP multi-hit move. Otherwise, it is definitely acceptable given it being a counterpart to Tail Slap and co.
Sounds nice. I have no problems with it.
This move looks pretty good, but it will have the same problem as other trapping moves: They are usually not viable unless you are playing stall - you don't want to give up a moveslot for something that hurts your momentum like that.
An anti-Mega move. I like it, but it is a bit underpowered as it is completely useless on non-mega pokemon. It would have niches on something that is solely anti-mega, but it would not be worth sacrificing a moveslot for.
It is okay, given what Trick Room does to the metagame.
Overpowered. If you are going to have something that reflects the attack, then have it go through at full damage. Otherwise, turn it into a beam-based Bulletproof and make it an immunity without the reflect.
Tighten Focus and Spread Out
Since I have no knowledge of doubles and triples, I have no comments.
A buffed up Inner Focus? I personally think that this ability is alright, considering that not moving due to Paralysis isn't that much and Attract, while annoying, is quite rare.
I'm a bit iffy with this one. At +1 defenses a lot of pokemon will find it a lot easier to set up, especially since they can just swap in on something like Defog or Intimidate.
Since my Double Move and Status were not really appreciated, I am going for a new move:
- For 5 Turns, every move that is used results in to a critical hit. Can be reversed by doing Crit Stadium again. Can be lengthened to 8 turns by the user holding a Crit Stone
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I think just to give it some more variability i'd add ice fang/thunder fang/fire fang as egg moves for Seviper. Also though it's not very competitive just for another option add poison fang as one for Ekans.
Not sure if I posted this before but eh.
Ability: Sinister Chant
Attack: 50 (-10)
Defense: 50 (-10)
Sp. Attack: 145 (+50)
Sp. Defense: 145 (+50)
Speed: 145 (+50)
The one with this Ability and it's allies' Moves will always have their secondary effects take place, and causes them to always deal Critical Hits, as long as this Pokémon is out. It, however, causes their HP to drop by 1/8th each Turn.
Effect: +1 Priority
Effect: Base Power varies on Speed. The lower the User's Speed is compared to the Target, the more Damage it will deal.
Effect: Causes the Target's Moves to randomly be used on any Pokémon out on the field.
Effect: Reverses the order of Priority Moves for 5 Turns. 8 Turns if the User hods the Keylock.
Effect: Causes the User to be afflicted by urn. Using this Move three times in a row causes the User to Faint.
Effect: For the next 5 Turns, Dark Type Moves deal double Damage, and light-based Moves such as Synthesis, Solarbeam, and Flash Cannon are unusable. If Sunrise is used during this time the two negate eachother.
Effect: For the next 5 Turns, light-based Moves such as Synthesis and Flash Cannon double in healing/power, and Solarbeam does not need to be charged. If Nightfall is used during this time the two negate eachother.
If this Item is held, the User's Room Moves (Trick Room, Wonder Room, Mystic Room, Magic Room, Inversion Room from the post above) are extended to 8 Turns.
I like the moves to stay the way they are... well except maybe on thing...
a second special offensive priority move.
- base 40 or 60 power
- 100% accuracy
- electric type
- spread to magnezone, ampharos, manetric, jolteon and the electric mice
but other than that, I don't think there should be any more priority moves... they're starting to take over the ou revenge killing! ... (not saying I won't abuse it though...)
in terms of changes, I think chesnaught should have gotten an ability similar to iron barbs. (though bullet proof is pretty awesome)
I also think that there should be a mega for all of the starters... they did it for blaziken and the original trio, they should spread some of that around (especially to typhlosion and swampert... they'd be bad *****)
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Somehow, Zelda came in and gave me an idea for a new pokemon: A pokemon based off a skeleton.
Without a further ado, here it is:
Reliskull, the Skeleton Pokemon.
Pokedex entry: Early Orion.
Skullate, the Skull Pokemon (Base, Ghost type) -> Skeliate, the Armed Skull Pokemon (Level Skullate to Level 41, Ghost type) -> Reliskull, the Skeleton Pokemon (Use a Prayer Stone on Skeliate, Ghost/Fighting type)
General appearance: Has the general appearance of a human skeleton covered in light cloth draping over it's bones and light plates on it's shoulders. It has one of it's arms raised out when in combat, ready to strike. It has a gem set in it's forehead.
Height (standing up): 1.5 metres
Weight: 25.2 kg
Gender Ratio: 50% Male, 50% Female.
Type: Ghost/ Fighting
Abilities: Bony Frame
Special Attack: 115
Special Defense: 80
Shadow Ball, Returning Strike, Shadow Sneak, Aura Sphere, Focus Blast, Close Combat, Bonemerang, Bone Rush, Ancientpower, Rock Slide, Power Gem, Poison Jab, Sludge Bomb, Will-O-Wisp.
Comments: Having unresisted dual STABs barring Ghost/Normal with a great 125 Attack plus a resist to direct contact attacks thanks to Bony Frame and a decent 100 Speed, this skeleton will be a massive threat in OU. Returning Strike/ Close Combat/ Bonemerang/ Filler makes it extremely difficult to switch into. Bulky fairies that are not Fairphram? Try a Poison Jab to the face. MegaZard coming in? X dies to Bonemerang while Y fears Ancientpower and Rock Slide. The best pokemon that can handle it are bulky ground types that won't be hit for super effective damage and can retaliate with a powerful Earthquake, namely Hippowdon, Gliscor and Garchomp. Reliskull's drawbacks include a terrible 40/60 Physical bulk, being OHKOed by almost any Earthquake or Mold Breaker pokemon (ie. Mega Gyarados) while most Special attacks hit it for a lot of damage. It's 100 Base Speed, while good, could be better because it doesn't have many safe opportunities to switch in itself. That said, it makes an excellent revenge-killer that rivals Terrakion and Talonflame in effectiveness once you slap a scarf onto it.
Returning Strike (45 BP, 95 Accuracy, 10/16 PP, Physical attack, +0 Priority, Adjacent target, Normal range, Ghost type)
Flavour text: "The user strikes the target, leaving a ghostly afterimage that strikes the target again. The first strike uses the user's non-Ghost type"
In-depth effect: The user strikes the target twice in succession, the first attack using the user's non-Ghost STAB and the second strike uses the Ghost type. If the target is immune to the first strike, the second strike will still hit. If the user is pure Ghost, both attacks are Ghost-typed (in the case of the ghost using Mirror Move and Copycat). If the user is dual-typed non Ghost, the type of the first strike is the user's primary type (again, in the case of Mirror Move and Copycat).
Notable users: Giratina, Golurk line, Aegislash line, Trevanant line, Reliskull
Comments: A dual STAB attack, but not in the same fashion as Flying Press. All (and only) dual-typed ghost types learn it normally.
Mystical Sear (N/A BP, N/A Accuracy, 20/32 PP, Status, +0 Priority, Self, Normal range, Fire type)
Flavour text: "The user burns off it's item, boosting it's Attack, Special Attack and Speed."
In-depth effect: The user burns off it's item, destroying it, and gains +1 Attack, Special Attack and Speed as a result. This fails if the user is holding a Mega Stone or not holding an item.
Notable users: Ninetales line, Arcanine line, Flareon, Entei, Ho-oh, Delphox line.
Comments: Built specifically to buff Delphox, Mystical Sear is not to be underestimated given that it can be used to break out of a Choice set and effectively give the effects of all three choice items without being locked into a specific move. This synergies particularly well with Magician, enabling Delphox to get the boost multiple times throughout the match while robbing the foe of their precious
thingsitems. It might be a bit broken on Entei, but it's a legendary. As for Victini getting it, it's going to be a no considering it is already powerful enough and outclasses Delphox in almost everything sans the move.
Flavour text: "Reduces damage taken from direct contact attacks"
In-Depth effect: Damage taken from direct contact attacks is halved.
Comments: Fur Coat clone you say? Earthquake, Bullet Seed, etc all have something to say about that. This ability was inspired by how swords can get stuck within the rib cage of a skeleton, reducing the amount of damage they deal.
Last edited by Orithan; 17th April 2014 at 11:57 PM.
Ability: Mold Breaker
Finally Excadrill can abuse his Steel typing with his high HP and now slightly above average defenses, while still being in a great speed tier and having a high attack stat.
I mostly did this move for Mega Aerodactyl, along with getting brave bird (if Crobat could get it), would send to ou or even uber.
30% chance of raising the users attack or lowering the foes defense, if the former is too broken.
Raises Attack and SpDef by once stage, an alternative to other similar moves.
Also, give Heracross Water Shuriken.
Is power swap good on smergal? You could force a switch and uturn into something that could beat what they switch into to force a double switch