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Judge Dredd
03-23-2011, 08:39 PM
Welcome to the Official Pokemon Suggestion Thread. This thread’s sole purpose is to create a list of pokemon for our new trade shop which is coming soon. If you have pokemon sets in mind please take the time to help us out. I’d like you to take a minute and look over the Pokemon strategy that Skippy supplied to us. The example below shows the move set, EV spread, nature, and held item. These are all basic things you will need to know about a pokemon before adding it to your team. In addition to the set Skippy wrote a little a bit about it and how it works.

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/73d.png
Tentacruel @ Black Sludge/Leftovers
Nature: Modest
Ability: Liquid Ooze
IVs: 252 SpAtk/252 HP/4 Def (changed from the original 252 SpAtk/252 SpDef/4 HP)
Moveset:
-Acid Spray
-Giga Drain
-Scald/Surf
-Hidden Power Fire/Ice Beam

If the opponent dosen't have a lead Poke that can either Earthquake, or ThunderPunch Tentacruel, you start out with the upper hand in the battle, no matter what else they might do. Acid Spray to immediately drop SpDef by 2 stages, the KO with move of choice. Giga Drain is your second main atacking option here, to gain back any lost HP. Scald to try and burn, or Surf for more power, both for a second STAB move. HP Fire for steel types, and Ice Beam for Dragon types, deoending on what your team is weaker against. Most people will also try and Taunt this lead, thinking it is running Toxic Spikes, so more often than not, you will get a free shot in.

That was an example of what we are looking for. Any pokemon you suggest should follow the basic outline below
-Image
-Name
-Nature
-Ability
-Item
-Ev Spread
-Iv Spread (trick room teams, certain hidden power, etc)
-Move 1
-Move 2
-Move 3
-Move 4


Alright Ill update this more a little later.

Judge Dredd
03-23-2011, 08:40 PM
http://archives.bulbagarden.net/media/upload/6/6d/598.png
-Ferrothorn [Nattorei]



-Impish/Careful/Sassy
-Iron Thorns
-Leftovers
-252 Hp/252 Defense/ 4 Sp def or 252 Hp/4 Defense/ 252 Sp def respectively
-31/31/31/x/31/31 or 31/31/31/x/31/0 for Sassy

Impish/Careful sets
-Leech Seed/Thunder Wave
-Spikes/Stealth Rock
-Power Whip
-Gyro Ball/Toxic/Anything really

Sassy
-Curse
-Leech Seed
-Power Whip
-Gyro Ball

Good poke all around. Great defensive stats for most needs on either side of the spectrum so perfectly fit for Careful or Impish. Sassy for a more offensive Curse set. Good poke and useful for any team.

http://th07.deviantart.net/fs71/150/f/2011/030/a/c/conkeldurr_v_2_by_xous54-d38f657.png
-Conkeldurr D: (Rupuushin)

-Adamant/Careful
-Guts
-Leftovers
-252 HP/ 252 attack/ 4 sp def or 252 HP/4 atk/252 sp defense (you see where I'm going with these)
-31/31/31/x/31/31
-Bulk up
-Mach Punch
-Drain Punch
-Stone Edge

Not much to say, bulky poke with great priority (and good attack type priority), bulk up, and impossible to burn. Bulk up is really able to be played defensively if you feel like setting up multiple bulk ups or just setting up one and doing some damage. Really the only let down is alot of pokes you have to hope hitting with Mach punch or tanking with drain punch.


http://th08.deviantart.net/fs71/150/f/2011/057/4/f/dapper_reuniclus_by_keijimatsu-d3ah1hg.png (Could not resist the top hat)
-Reuniclus (Rankarusu)


-Bold/Modest
-Magic Guard
-Leftovers (why do all these pokes have leftovers)
- 252 HP/ 252 Defense/ 4 Sp def or 252 HP/252 Sp atk/ 252 def
-31/x/31/31/31/31
-Calm Mind
-Recover
-Psyco Shock/ Shadow Ball
-Focus Blast

Second Verse same as the first I suppose. Powerful Bulky poke that can easily set up and become hard to take down. Nice that it also gets Magic Guard so not even bad weather can keep you down. Psyco Shock for Stab and being harder to wall and stab, or Shadow Ball for better coverage along Focus Blast. Unfortunate you don't have more moves. If you really don't like Calm Mind you can switch off of Calm mind and throw a nice pair of Choice Specs on the modest version for a surprise and run Focus Blast/Psycho Shock/Shadow Ball/[Trick/grass knot/ HP (Fire/Ice)]


http://images.wikia.com/pokemon/images/3/3d/Landlos.png
-Landlos



-Jolly
-Sand Force
-Choice /Life Orb
-252 Attack/252 Speed/4 HP
-31/31/31/x/31/31
-Earthquake
-Stone Edge
-U-Turn/Brick Break
-Brick Break/ Swords Dance

Only complain is his move power is a little small, but Sand Force Earthquake helps ease the pain. Nice simple straight forward offensive set. Obviously don't run Swords Dance with a choice item, but if you rather have life orb SD is a good route. You can run U-turn on SD if you really want to, but its mainly because Brick Break isn't going to do much and U-turn [SD U-turn at least has the potential to do some damage too] gives you perfect coverage. Granted the idea of a SD STAB EQ in the Sand really doesn't give you much of a reason to use Brick Break unless they have a balloned T-Tar.


http://pokemon.marriland.com/images/bw/sprites/front/norm/530_excadrill_front_norm.png
-Excadrill [Doryuzuu]


-Jolly
-Sand Rush
-Life Orb
-252 atk/252 speed/ 4 HP
-31/31/31/x/31/31
-Earthquake
-Rock Slide
-X-Scissor/Shadow Claw/Return / Rapid Spin
-Swords Dance

or

[B]Nature:Jolly/ Adamant
Ability:Sand Rush
Item: Choice Band
Evs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
Moves:
Earthquake
Rock Slide
Return
X-Scissor


I'm conviced the only reason Excadrill doesn't have stone edge is so that he wouldn't be completely and utterly broken. Really its job is to clean anyway so rock slide should be alright to hit something if you really need it. X-scissor for the coverage as mentioned before or Shadow Claw for that lucky crit [Since once again we're pretty much looking at you EQ]. But hey, get this little bugger in the sand and weaken your opponents team up abit and enough said.


http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad304/Keishi_Kouen/Random/640Virizion.png
Virizion

[B]Nature: Timid / Modest
Ability: Justified
Item: Life Orb / Lum Berry
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
IVs: 31/x/31/31/31/31
Grass Knot
Focus Blast
Hidden Power Rock
Protect

Or


Nature: Jolly
Ability: Justified
Item: Lum Berry / Fight Gem
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
Moves:
Close Combat
Leaf Blade
Light Screen
Protect / Safeguard

Virizion is a great edition to any of teams. It has base 129 spdef, base 108 speed and solid 90s for both attack stats. These sets which were recommended to me show off its wide move pool and team support.

Judge Dredd
03-23-2011, 08:40 PM
Victini-(Victory Star)
Adamant, Modest,


Snivy-(Contrary)
Modest

Tepig

Oshawott

Munna

Pidove

Blitzle

Roggenrola

Drilbur

Timburr

Tynamo

Elgyem

Tympole

Sewaddle

Venipede

Cottonee

Sandile

Darumaka

Scraggy

Sigilyph

Yamask

Tirtouga

Zorua

Litwick

Axew

Cubchoo

Larvesta

Archen

Minccino

Gothita

Solosis

Deerling

Emolga

Karablast

Foongus

Frillish

Alomomola

Joltik

Ferroseed

Klink

Shelmet

Mienshoo

Druddigon

Golett

Pawniard

Rufflet

Bouffalant

Deino

Iceraver101
03-24-2011, 08:28 PM
GRRRR Post.

Also I cant really make any suggestions yet... But once I beat the game and RNG a few guys then you will have so so many posts from me.

Judge Dredd
03-24-2011, 08:45 PM
GRRRR Post.

Also I cant really make any suggestions yet... But once I beat the game and RNG a few guys then you will have so so many posts from me.

the whole point of the thread is for you to suggest pokemon that we will breed and have ready for people when they need them..lol but i think i get what your saying, you wont know what to suggest until you are training yourself.

Joel
03-24-2011, 10:49 PM
You could also maybe put an additional comments section on each Poke, for the seasoned battlers. If you think this is a good ideal, add this to my Tentacruel, please......

Also, I have giving concideration to Icy Wind over Ice Beam (but with HP Fire still as the main attack in slot 4), but that might turn this into too much of a gimmick, but i have noticed more times than not, versus serious battlers, after the Acid Spray stat drop, they enjoy bringing in a faster-than-Tentacruel-is Dragon. With team viewer though, that does make the prediction of this slightly easier. If you can tag the Genie trio, Haxorus, Latios, Latias, Salamence, or Garchomp on the switch with Icy Wind, you can outspeed if they aren't running Scarf, for a very surprising 2HKO. If Gyarados or Zapdos switch into Stealth Rock, and you get the Icy Wind Speed stat drop, they can be beatten, as well. That would leave you really weak versus Steel types though.

shinyshuckle
03-25-2011, 12:02 AM
http://archives.bulbagarden.net/media/upload/6/6d/598.png
-Ferrothorn [Nattorei]
-Impish/Careful/Sassy
-Iron Thorns
-Leftovers
-252 Hp/252 Defense/ 4 Sp def or 252 Hp/4 Defense/ 252 Sp def respectively
-31/31/31/x/31/31 or 31/31/31/x/31/0 for Sassy

Impish/Careful sets
-Leech Seed/Thunder Wave
-Spikes/Stealth Rock
-Power Whip
-Gyro Ball/Toxic/Anything really

Sassy
-Curse
-Leech Seed
-Power Whip
-Gyro Ball

Good poke all around. Great defensive stats for most needs on either side of the spectrum so perfectly fit for Careful or Impish. Sassy for a more offensive Curse set. Good poke and useful for any team.

http://th07.deviantart.net/fs71/150/f/2011/030/a/c/conkeldurr_v_2_by_xous54-d38f657.png
-Conkeldurr D: (Rupuushin)
-Adamant/Careful
-Guts
-Leftovers
-252 HP/ 252 attack/ 4 sp def or 252 HP/4 atk/252 sp defense (you see where I'm going with these)
-31/31/31/x/31/31
-Bulk up
-Mach Punch
-Drain Punch
-Stone Edge

Not much to say, bulky poke with great priority (and good attack type priority), bulk up, and impossible to burn. Bulk up is really able to be played defensively if you feel like setting up multiple bulk ups or just setting up one and doing some damage. Really the only let down is alot of pokes you have to hope hitting with Mach punch or tanking with drain punch.

http://th08.deviantart.net/fs71/150/f/2011/057/4/f/dapper_reuniclus_by_keijimatsu-d3ah1hg.png (Could not resist the top hat)
-Reuniclus (Rankarusu)
-Bold/Modest
-Magic Guard
-Leftovers (why do all these pokes have leftovers)
- 252 HP/ 252 Defense/ 4 Sp def or 252 HP/252 Sp atk/ 252 def
-31/x/31/31/31/31
-Calm Mind
-Recover
-Psyco Shock/ Shadow Ball
-Focus Blast

Second Verse same as the first I suppose. Powerful Bulky poke that can easily set up and become hard to take down. Nice that it also gets Magic Guard so not even bad weather can keep you down. Psyco Shock for Stab and being harder to wall and stab, or Shadow Ball for better coverage along Focus Blast. Unfortunate you don't have more moves. If you really don't like Calm Mind you can switch off of Calm mind and throw a nice pair of Choice Specs on the modest version for a surprise and run Focus Blast/Psycho Shock/Shadow Ball/[Trick/grass knot/ HP (Fire/Ice)]

http://images.wikia.com/pokemon/images/3/3d/Landlos.png
-Landlos [Boss Moogle]
-Jolly
-Sand Force
-Choice [Band/Scarf]/Life Orb
-252 Attack/252 Speed/4 HP
-31/31/31/x/31/31
-Earthquake
-Stone Edge
-U-Turn/Brick Break
-Brick Break/ Swords Dance

Only complain is his move power is a little small, but Sand Force Earthquake helps ease the pain. Nice simple straight forward offensive set. Obviously don't run Swords Dance with a choice item, but if you rather have life orb SD is a good route. You can run U-turn on SD if you really want to, but its mainly because Brick Break isn't going to do much and U-turn [SD U-turn at least has the potential to do some damage too] gives you perfect coverage. Granted the idea of a SD STAB EQ in the Sand really doesn't give you much of a reason to use Brick Break unless they have a balloned T-Tar.

http://pokemon.marriland.com/images/bw/sprites/front/norm/530_excadrill_front_norm.png
-Excadrill [Doryuzuu]
-Jolly
-Sand Rush
-Life Orb
-252 atk/252 speed/ 4 HP
-31/31/31/x/31/31
-Earthquake
-Rock Slide
-X-Scissor/Shadow Claw
-Swords Dance

I'm conviced the only reason Excadrill doesn't have stone edge is so that he wouldn't be completely and utterly broken. Really its job is to clean anyway so rock slide should be alright to hit something if you really need it. X-scissor for the coverage as mentioned before or Shadow Claw for that lucky crit [Since once again we're pretty much looking at you EQ]. But hey, get this little bugger in the sand and weaken your opponents team up abit and enough said.

I think thats a fair amount of suggestions for now.

Acer-V
03-25-2011, 02:30 PM
http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/596.png
Galvantula
Nature: Timid (+Spd., -Atk.)
Ability: Unnerve (Opponent can't use Berries)
Item: Occa Berry
EV: Center around Sp. Atk. and Spd.
Moves:
ElectroWeb (55/95/15, Drops enemy Spd. 1 stage)
Agility (-/-/30, Raises Spd. by 2 stages)
Electro Ball (-/100/10, Damage based on Spd. comparison)
Energy Ball (80/100/10, 10% chance of dropping enemy Sp. Def. by 1 stage)

Primary Tactic
This setup is specifically for fully utilizing the effect of Electro Ball (which does damage based on how much faster Galvantula is than the opponent). It wil start off with either ElectroWeb (if it needs to go ahead and deal some damage) or Agility (if it's up against a more defensive opponent). After using these moves a few times (mostly Agility, since it actually affects Galvantula's Spd.), you can start hammering away with Electro Ball.

Defensive Maneuvers
Energy Ball (TM53) as the last move gives it some cover in case it comes up against a Ground-type (which Electro Ball won't hit) or a Rock-type (which it is weak to). Being EV'd toward Special Attack will help this move get some power since it won't receive STAB. The Occa Berry will protect it from a Fire-type hit once, but then it's susceptible to Fire from there on. Having the Berry and Energy Ball help get around its two elemental weaknesses (Fire and Rock).

Weaknesses
If the opponent has a really fast Pokemon (especially a Fire-type), this may lose some of its usefulness. Also, Galvantula has relatively weak defenses, so it needs to get in and set up quickly before it gets taken out (I'm currently in the works on both Single and Multi Battle solutions to this).

Sorry this has been so wordy, but I figured I needed to say what its purpose was. Also, I'm not good with EV and IV stuff, so if someone wants to help with that, I'm all ears.

Judge Dredd
04-08-2011, 12:43 AM
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b39/itsumopinku/pokemon/excadrill_sprite_move.gif
Excadrill
Nature:Jolly/ Adamant
Ability:Sand Rush
Item: Air Balloon / Life Orb
EVs:4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
Ivs:31/31/31/x/31/31
Moves:
-Swords Dance
-Earthquake
-Rock Slide
-Return / Rapid Spin / X-Scissor

Or

Nature:Jolly/ Adamant
Ability:Sand Rush
Item: Choice Band
Evs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
Moves:
Earthquake
Rock Slide
Return
X-Scissor

I posted this to add to shinys great set. Althought now it seems like almost the same as his life orb set. Excadrill is a great pokemon to add to a sandstorm team.

http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad304/Keishi_Kouen/Random/640Virizion.png
Virizion
Nature: Timid / Modest
Ability: Justified
Item: Life Orb / Lum Berry
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
IVs: 31/x/31/31/31/31
Grass Knot
Focus Blast
Hidden Power Rock
Protect

Or


Nature: Jolly
Ability: Justified
Item: Lum Berry / Fight Gem
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
Moves:
Close Combat
Leaf Blade
Light Screen
Protect / Safeguard

Virizion is a great edition to any of teams. It has base 129 spdef, base 108 speed and solid 90s for both attack stats. These sets which were recommended to me show off its wide move pool and team support.

Judge Dredd
04-13-2011, 03:48 PM
The list below will be given to the Trade Shop Breeders..If you see something off in either nature, ability or egg move please leave a comment. I will be updating this list as I get free time today.

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/494.png
Victini-(Victory Star)
Adamant, Modest, Timid


http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/495.png
Snivy-(OverGrow, Contrary)
Timid

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/498.png
Tepig-(Blaze, Thick Fat)
Brave, Lonely
Egg Move-Body Slam, Superpower

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/501.png
Oshawott-(Torrent,Shell Armor)
Modest, Timid

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/517.png
Munna-(Synchronize)
bold, calm

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/519.png
Pidove-(Super Luck)
Adamant, Jolly

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/522.png
Blitzle-(Motor Drive)
Adamant, Jolly
egg moves take down, double kick, double-edge

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/524.png
Roggenrola-(Sandforce)
Adamant, Naughty, Brave
Egg Move-Autotomize

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/529.png
Drilbur-(Sand Rash)
Jolly/ Adamant

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/532.png
Timburr-(Guts)
Adamant/Careful
Egg Moves-Drain Punch, Mach Punch

http://i1196.photobucket.com/albums/aa404/YesYesYesYesYesYesNo/Tynamo.gif
Tynamo-(Levitate)
Sassy, Brave is an option
Egg Move- Coil

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/605.png
Elgyem-(Analytic)
Timid


http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/535.png
Tympole-(Water Absorb)
Modest
Egg Move-Earth Power

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/540.png
Sewaddle-(Chlorophyll or Swarm)
Adamant

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/543.png
Venipede-(Quick Feet, Swarm)
Jolly
Egg Moves-Toxic Spikes, Spikes

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/546.png
Cottonee-(Prankster,Chlorophyll)
(+Speed) Timid, Modest
Egg Moves- Switcheroo, Encore

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/551.png
Sandile-(Moxy,Intimidate)
Adamant, Jolly
Egg Moves-Pursuit, Fire Fang

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/554.png
Darumaka-(hustle)
Adamant, Jolly

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/559.png
Scraggy-(Intimidate, Shed Skin, Moxie)
Adamant
Egg Moves-Dragon Dance, Drain Punch

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/561.png
Sigilyph-(Magic Guard)
Bold, Timid, Modest
Egg Moves- AncientPower

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/562.png
Yamask-(Mummy)
Bold, Modest
Heal Block, Nasty Plot

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/564.png
Tirtouga-(Solid Rock, Swift Swim)
Adamant, Impish

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/570.png
Zorua-(Illusion)

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/607.png
Litwick-(Flash Fire)
Timid/ Modest
Egg Moves-Heatwave, Pain Split, Curse

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/610.png
Axew-(Mold Breaker)
Adamant
Egg move-Night slash

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/613.png
Cubchoo-(swift swim)
Adamant
Egg Moves-Night Slash

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/636.png
Larvesta-(Flame Body)
Timid

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/566.png
Archen-
Jolly
Egg Moves- Head Smash

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/572.png
Minccino-(Skill Link,Technician)
Adamant, Jolly
Egg Moves-Wake Up Slap

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/574.png
Gothita-
Modest, Calm
Egg Moves-Mirror Coat, Uproar

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/577.png
Solosis-(Magic Guard)
Bold

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/585.png
Deerling-(Chlorophyll,Serene Grace)
Adamant, Jolly

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/588.png
Karablast-(Swarm)
Impish

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/590.png
Foongus-(Regenerator)

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/592.png
Frillish-(Water Absorb)
Bold, calm
Egg Moves-Pain Split, Mist

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/594.png
Alomomola-(Hydration, Regenerator)
Careful,
Egg Move-Pain Split,tickle

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/595.png
Joltik-(Compoundeyes)
Timid, Modest

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/597.png
Ferroseed-(Iron Thorns)
Impish/Careful/Sassy
Egg Moves-Stealth Rock, Leech Seed

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/599.png
Klink-(Clear Body)


http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/616.png
Shelmet-(Unburden)
Lonely, Mild
Egg Moves-Spikes

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/619.png
Mienshoo-(Regenerator)
Adamant, Jolly

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/621.png
Druddigon-(Mold Breaker)
Adamant,Impish, Careful
Egg Move-Sucker Punch,Fire Fang, Thunder fang

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/622.png
Golett-(No Guard)
Adamant

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/624.png
Pawniard-(Defiant,inner focus,pressure)
Adamant,Jolly
Egg Move-Sucker Punch, Pursuit

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/627.png
Rufflet-(Sheer Force)
Adamant, Jolly

http://www.pokemonelite2000.com/sprites/bw/633.png
Deino
Modest, Timid, Lonely, Mild
Egg move: Dark pulse, fire fang, thunder fang

Master Aqua
04-13-2011, 11:15 PM
http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t243/Mahlyndah/zoroark.jpg
Zoroark Seeker of Darkness@life orb
timid
252special attack 252 speed 6hp
Nasty plot
dark pulse/night daze
flame thrower
focus blast

Hail the bread and butter zoroark set, he's got nice speed, okay typing a decent special movepool good offensive stats but is rather frail with 60 defences. So why use him over azelf who is faster and do the same set? Simple illusion, illusion transforms zoroark into the last pokemon in your party and copies everything about their appreance, pokeball shinyness and even gender and nickname! Why is this good? Simple your opponent is fooled into thinking your something your not, that renculous hitting your conkredurr with psychic? fear not it's zoroak and it just set up a nasty plot! It's crazy really, you can play real mind games with zoroark and really screw with your oponent, in the panic in confusion of why is that starmie using nastyplot you shall find an easy kill nearly every game and your opponet rage quitting or being bewilderd for the rest of the match. Saddly poor zoroark has some real draw backs, it's pittiful defences mean that it's not going to be switching in and even if it could, it would break his disguise. speaking of which, zoroark relises on illusion to be effective, as mentioned it's broken when zoroark is hit and to a smart opponent it's easy to spot and a lot of the time he is a one trick poney once the cats out of the bag thats pretty much it for the dark fox. but fear not zoroark has the Z factor, not only is illusion an awsome ability but it means he is one of the most entertining pokemon to use.
So if your wanting a pokemon to play mind games with your opponent or somethign thats effective yet wickedly fun to use rember zoroark for your team.


http://i402.photobucket.com/albums/pp104/chibiipompom/garchomp.png
Garchomp@lifeorb/haban berry/yanche berry
jolly/addament
252attack 252speed 6hp
outrage
fire fang
swords dance
earthquake


hello old fiend it's been a while, yep thats right chomp is back in ou and ready to take on the role of Jaws 5 the shark strikes back. The old swords dance set is pretty much the same as it was before, outrage as powerful dragon type move thatd rills holes in teams, earthquake as a reible stab move that hits hard, fire fang to deal with thoese peasky steel types and now more importantly fernothorn and of course swords dance to boost your attack to insane levels . your item of preference is down to you, haban to protect from dragon moves, yanche from cie and life orb for a bit of a kick. Saddly for chomp this new metagame wasn't the pushover that the 4th gen was, it's a dark new world for garchomp, new dragons faster harder hitting monsters and a thorn in it's side, hell even cloyster has become a huge threat to it, with it's hard hitting ice attcks even yache chomp will not surrvie, while it can hardly touch the bulky oyster! Despite all this, chomp is still chomp, fantastic typing great stats and a froce to be reconded with and deserving of a place on any offensive or bulky offfesnive team.

Lost Soul
04-14-2011, 01:57 AM
so this is a place to suggest single pokemon sets for breeders? I like it,

i struggled to find a purpose for this pokemon since it's terribly outclassed by almost everything else , but it does a pretty good job to set up Trick Room, something that the Blissey line can't do, wish support, which porygon-2 can't do and the regeneration ability which works perfectly for a bulky Trick Room setter...erm upper

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Trick Room
Audino@Leftovers
Sassy/Relaxed
Regenerator
252HP/252Sp Def (Sassy) -or-252HP/252 Def (Relaxed) the final 4 can go almost in either attack, Sp Att, or the other def
IVs: Speed 0
Trick Room
Wish
Encore/Toxic/Yawn
Attacking move of choice

To Be Honest I don't know why I was so intent on making a set for audino, maybe i felt bad...but it's pretty effective to set up TR

Nature, EV Spread and Ability:
With a 103/68/68 base defensive stats it can be decently bulky, and the bulk can be spread to either defensive stat giving it a bit of defensive versatility

Regenerator is another reason to give audino a thought, most bulky trick roomers are there to take a hit set up Trick Room and get out of the way for sweepers, and they need a reliable recovery move to be able to continue to do so, Audino has an automatic 1/3rd HP restored on the switch which cuts down the moves used up during TR

Moveset:
:susp:Trick Room is obligatory, or else it doesn't set up Trick Room...
Wish Support healing for sweepers and other trick roomers
Encore is a good move to force a switch or lock a pokemon to a certain move allowing time to set up or switch into a favorable pokemon
Toxic basically there to cripple walls
Yawn Force Switches ETC.

The last slot is mostly so you're not taunt bait, basically any attacking move that you want based on need, flamethrower, thunderbolt, surf and icebeam are probably the best options though you can add another support move if you want

EDIT:Takeru's Giant fiendish picture of Chomp ruined my formatting...lol

Judge Dredd
04-14-2011, 02:17 AM
Thanks Lost Soul! This thread is open for suggestions of pokemon that will be breed in our new PE2K trade shop which everyone will have access too ! We made this so everyone could add a pokemon to the shop. What better way of getting great unique ideas then asking competitive battlers. I will be working on a the standard list of pokemon for the shop but i really would like to see some great original sets that i wouldnt think of normally.

Iceraver101
04-15-2011, 05:33 PM
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Victini-(Victory Star)
Adamant, Modest, Timid

(This makes sense to me so no changes)

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Snivy-(OverGrow, Contrary)
Impish, Timid

(For this I would only go with the timid kind…)

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Tepig-(Blaze, Thick Fat)
Brave, Lonely
Egg Move-Body Slam, Superpower

(Don’t like tepig so no changes for me…)

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Oshawott-(Torrent,Shell Armor)
Modest, Timid

(Fine as is)

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Munna-(Synchronize)

(I recommend a bold or calm nature here. No egg moves)(This guy will make a decent trick roomer, not enough potential to be a sweeper)

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Pidove-(Super Luck)
Adamant, Jolly

(Fine as is)

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Blitzle-(Motor Drive, Lightningrod)
Adamant, Jolly

(I would suggest the motor drive variant only…, egg moves take down, double kick, double-edge)

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Roggenrola-(Sandforce)
Adamant, Naughty, Brave
Egg Move-Autotomize

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Drilbur-(Sand Rush)
Jolly/ Adamant

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Timburr-(Guts)
Adamant/Careful
Egg Moves-Drain Punch, Mach Punch

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Tynamo-(Levitate)
Sassy, Brave is an option
Egg Move- Coil

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Elgyem-(Motor Drive, Static)
Timid
Egg Move-Air Slash

(This guy cant learn air slash from an egg move…)

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Tympole-(Water Absorb)
Modest
Egg Move-Earth Power

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Sewaddle-(Chlorophyll or Swarm)
Adamant

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Venipede-(Quick Feet, Swarm)
Jolly
Egg Moves-Toxic Spikes, Spikes

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Cottonee-(Prankster,Chlorophyll)
(+Speed) Timid, Modest
Egg Moves- Switcheroo, Encore

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Sandile-(Moxy,Intimidate)
Adamant, Jolly
Egg Moves-Pursuit, Fire Fang

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Darumaka-(hustle)
Adamant, Jolly

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Scraggy-(Intimidate, Shed Skin, Moxie)
Adamant
Egg Moves-Dragon Dance, Drain Punch

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Sigilyph-(Magic Guard)
Bold, Timid, Modest
Egg Moves- AncientPower

(I agree here nothing to change)

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Yamask-(Mummy)
Bold, Modest
Heal Block, Nasty Plot

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Tirtouga-(Solid Rock, Swift Swim)
Adamant, Impish

(No comment)

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Zorua-(Illusion)

(No comment)

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Litwick-(Flash Fire)
Timid
Egg Moves-Heatwave, Pain Split, Curse

(Or shadow tag…/Timid/Modest)

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Axew-(Mold Breaker)
Adamant

(Egg move Night slash)

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Cubchoo-(swift swim)
Adamant
Egg Moves-Night Slash

(Still gonna say this guy is weired…)

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Larvesta-(Flame Body)
Timid

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Archen-
Jolly
Egg Moves- Head Smash

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Minccino-(Skill Link,Technician)
Adamant, Jolly
Egg Moves-Wake Up Slap

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Gothita-
Modest, Calm
Egg Moves-Mirror Coat, Uproar

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Solosis-(Magic Guard)
Bold

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Deerling-(Chlorophyll,Serene Grace)
Adamant, Jolly

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Karablast-(Swarm)
Impish


Foongus-(Regenerator)


Frillish-(Water Absorb)
Bold, calm
Egg Moves-Pain Split, Mist

Alomomola-(Hydration, Regenerator)
Careful,
Egg Move-Pain Split,tickle

Joltik-(Compoundeyes)
Timid, Modest

Ferroseed-(Iron Thorns)
Impish/Careful/Sassy
Egg Moves-Stealth Rock, Leech Seed

Klink-(Clear Body)


Shelmet-(Unburden)
Lonely, Mild
Egg Moves-Spikes

Mienshoo-(

Druddigon
Abilty: Rough skin, mold breaker
Nature: Adamant, Impish, Careful
Egg move: Fire Fang, Thunder fang, sucker punch

Pawniard
Ability: inner focus/pressure
Nature: Adamant/Jolly
Egg move: Sucker punch

Rufflet
Ability:Shear Force
Nature: Adamant, Jolly

Deino
(Modest, Timid, Lonely, Mild)
(Egg move: Dark pulse, fire fang, thunder fang)
(He can be any kind of sweeper)

Judge Dredd
04-15-2011, 05:54 PM
thanks lock! ill be send the list in a little while.

Lost Soul
04-16-2011, 06:05 PM
here are a few more i've been playing around with

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Double Dancer
Volcarona@leftovers/Life Orb
Modest/Timid
Flame Body
4Def/252Sp Atk/252Speed
Quiver Dance
Fiery Dance
Bug Buzz
HP Grass IVs:31/30/31/30/31/31

pretty straight forward, switch in to something you resist or scare, quiver dance or two and sweep away, HP grass is there to take out water and ground

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Galvantula@Choice Scarf/Specs
Modest/Timid
Compound Eyes
4Def/252Sp Atk/252Speed
Thunder
Bug Buzz
Volt Change/Energy Ball
HP Ground IV's 31/31/31/30/30/31 -or- 30/30/30/31/30/30
Another pretty straight forward set, scarf for a revenge killer, specs for more damage, Thunder gets ~90% accuracy with compound eyes, volt change is for scouting, energy ball for ground types, HP ground for fire types

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Hydreigon@choice Scarf/Choice Specs
Timid/Modest
Levitate
4HP/252Sp Atk/252 Speed
Draco Meteor/Dragon Pulse
Dark Pulse
Fire Blast/Flamethrower
Surf/Focus Blast/Earth Power

Another Choice Sweeper, Draco Meteor is the preferred, since the stat drop gets negated with a switch anyways, but Dragon Pulse is there if you really, really don't want that drop, Fire Blast has more power, Flamethrower has better accuracy. Surf hits heatran but not empoleon, focus blast hits both but doesn't have great accuracy, Earth Power hits both, but i don't know if you can egg move both Earth Power and Dark Pulse

i'm working on a bulky Scrafty also, i'll post it up when i can figure out the best way to make it more annoying

Master Aqua
04-19-2011, 01:41 AM
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Nido is king@life orb
timid
252spec att 252speed 6hp
ice beam
flame thrower
earth power
thunder bolt

WTF nido are you joking he sucks!!!! Well in all honestly in ou nidoking still fails to shine in the large offensive nature of 5th gen despite his new found power. Not to say he can't be used there, it's just better for him to be a big fish in a small pong -uu. Nidoking is now a massive power house in uu largely thanks to sheer force. Sheer force negates the secondary effect of an attack eg. thurderbolt can no longer paralyse and life orb damage is even negated too as a bonus! erm but the main selling point is a wopping 30% boost to nidios attacks, earthquake suddenly becomes base 130+ stab and with nidokings fantastic movepool of strong accurate attacks with perfect coverage and a no cost life orb boost coupled with a decent typing which gives it full imunity to poison and electric attacks and you can see why the formly average nidoking has an ability, move pool and status that would make electivire jealous!
Even try him in an ou team, no one will suspect the massive damage he is inflicting is not comming from spec/band nido or even nido in general!!!!

MAZZ0Murder
04-19-2011, 03:33 PM
How about a SCOLIPEDE

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Brave nature (+ atk, -spd (loloops))

Knows:
Megahorn
Toxic
Protect
Earthquake

espenn
05-29-2011, 12:04 PM
I found this fantastic way to use Aggron yesterday when I was making myself a steel-team just for fun. I call him the Double-Kamikaze Aggron, and it will make him useful against übers like Kyogre, Grouden or Terrakion.

Sturdy got a fantastic upgrade in Gen5 which is perfect for sending Aggron against Pokemon that would generally be super effective against him. It really helps that Aggron has two very common 4x weaknesses.

Chesto berry + Rest is to get that swell 1turn recovery to use Sturdy once more. We also want to max out the HP so that we can really dish out a damn good deal of damage!

The Aggron will then look like this:

Aggron, Sturdy, Brave, chesto berry
252 HP, 252 Att, 4SpA
Metal burst
Rest
Heavy Slam
Aerial Ace

It's the opposite from most Aggrons out there, as it is actually supposed to be knocked out! The second time the opponent will probably expect this, and that is why he also have Heavy Slam and Aerial Ace, just to take down whatever is not trying to dish out actual high damage.


If you are going to use this, please send me a message so that I know it is appreciated :)