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Cool Kid 94
09-08-2007, 12:07 AM
I want to know movesets for these 2 too...

Nidoking@Choice Scarf
Poison Point
Adamant (56 HP, 252 Atk, 200 Spd)
-Poison Jab
-Earthquake
-Sucker Punch
-Stone Edge

Enough Speed to outrun Weavile and other things with 125 base Speed.

Nidoking@Muscle Band/Black Sludge/Focus Sash
Poison Point
Jolly (252 Atk, 252 Spd, 4 HP)
-Poison Jab
-Earthquake
-Avalanche
-Sucker Punch/Stone Edge

Phys. Sweeper.

Nidoking@Choice Specs/Scarf
Poison Point
Timid (252 Sp. Atk, 252 Spd, 4 HP) / Modest (56 HP, 252 Sp. Atk, 200 Spd)
-Thunderbolt
-Ice Beam
-Sludge Bomb
-Earth Power

Spec. Sweeper.

Nidoking@Item (Wise Glasses?)
Poison Point
Naughty/Lonely (252 Spd, 128 Atk, 128 Sp. Atk)
-Thunderbolt
-Poison Jab
-Earthquake
-Dragon Pulse/Maybe Sucker Punch (Filler)

Mixed Sweeper, SkarmBliss counter. I don't like it too much.

Nidoqueen@Black Sludge
Poison Point
Impish (252 HP, 76 Def, 180 Sp. Def) OR Careful (252 HP, 164 Def, 92 Sp. Def) (Either way both defenses are at 251)
-insert moveset here-

Wall. I know, there's no moveset for this. If you get one, just lemme know.

Nidoqueen@Choice Scarf
Poison Point
Jolly (76 HP, 252 Atk, 180 Spd)
-Earthquake
-Poison Jab
-Crunch
-Stone Edge

Enough Speed to outrun Weavile and other things with 125 base Speed.

Nidoqueen@Black Sludge/Muscle Band
Poison Point
Jolly (252 Atk, 252 Spd, 4 HP)
-Earthquake
-Poison Jab
-Avalanche
-Crunch/Stone Edge

Phys. Sweeper.

Make suggestions and tell which one you think is best.

Hyper Blaze
09-08-2007, 12:13 AM
Heres a Nidoqueen:

Nidoqueen@Black Sludge (Poison Point)
Impish
252 HP, 76 Def, 180 Sp. Def
~Stealth Rock
~Poison Fang (Can Badly poison, and at the same time do damage)
~Torment
~Taunt

I don't know about the last 2 moves, you could stick EQ in there maybe.

Cool Kid 94
09-08-2007, 12:14 AM
Heres a Nidoqueen:

Nidoqueen@Black Sludge (Poison Point)
Impish
252 HP, 76 Def, 180 Sp. Def
~Stealth Rock
~Poison Fang (Can Badly poison, and at the same time do damage)
~Torment
~Taunt

I don't know about the last 2 moves, you could stick EQ in there maybe.

How about Toxic Spikes?

And wouldn't a sweeper Nidoqueen be better than a wall?

Hyper Blaze
09-08-2007, 12:14 AM
How about Toxic Spikes?

And wouldn't a sweeper Nidoqueen be better than a wall?

Poison Fang + Toxic Spikes? LOL.

Edit: or do this:

Nidoqueen@Black Sludge
Impish
252 HP, 76 Defense, 180 Sp. Defense
Stealth Rock
EQ
Toxic Spikes
Roar

You're weak to flying types.

Cool Kid 94
09-08-2007, 12:18 AM
Poison Fang + Toxic Spikes? LOL.

Edit: or do this:

Nidoqueen@Black Sludge
Impish
252 HP, 76 Defense, 180 Sp. Defense
Stealth Rock
EQ
Toxic Spikes
Roar

You're weak to flying types.

I meant Toxic Spikes instead of Poison Fang... EQ for Poison and Steel types I'm guessing... Stealth Rock does like 1/4th of their HP anyways so I could switch out...

Edit: Oh and which Nidoking is best?

Hyper Blaze
09-08-2007, 12:19 AM
I meant Toxic Spikes instead of Poison Fang... EQ for Poison and Steel types I'm guessing... Stealth Rock does like 1/4th of their HP anyways so I could switch out...

Edit: Oh and which Nidoking is best?

I like the SkarmBliss, remember?

Cool Kid 94
09-08-2007, 05:44 AM
I like the SkarmBliss, remember?

Well I think Nidoking has more potential than that... It could be put to a better use.

Ace123456789
09-08-2007, 06:25 AM
here's the best Nidoqueen set and it can even be used in most OU play:
The Heracross Counter
Adamant/Impish
Leftovers
6 HP / 252ATK / 252 DEF
Aerial Ace
Earthquake
Stone Edge/Crunch
Thunderbolt

Nidoqueen resists all of Heracross' main moves, making it an effective counter. Aerial Ace doesn't guarantee a OHKO, but will always 2HKO and has a good shot at a OHKO with residual damage from Sandstorm, Stealth Rock or Spikes.
Taking out Heracross is the main purpose of this set, with the other moves for handling other threats that may switch in. Stone Edge helps against Flying types and is generally a good attack to use alongside Earthquake. Crunch is a decent option in its place so you can hit Gengar and Mismagius.
Ice Beam hits Dragons, Fire Blast or Thunderbolt hurts Skarmory, with the latter also useful for hitting Gyarados switch-ins. Special attacks are listed here as they hurt Skarmory more than their physical equivalent (Fire Punch/Thunderpunch) and aren't affected by Intimidate from Salamence and Gyarados.

So this set can work well against: Heracross (duh), Gyarados (t-bolt), Skarmory (t-bolt), and possibly Gengar. I personally have NEVER (very slight exaggeration) had a serious battle in which i didn't encounter one of these pokemon. And yes, i have encountered a team consisting of a Gyarados starter, a Skarmory as a wall, Gengar as a special sweeper, and Heracross as a physical scarfer. Hopefully this set will serve you well and give you at least one counter per game. :beard: *bows*

Cool Kid 94
09-08-2007, 02:12 PM
here's the best Nidoqueen set and it can even be used in most OU play:
The Heracross Counter
Adamant/Impish
Leftovers
6 HP / 252ATK / 252 DEF
Aerial Ace
Earthquake
Stone Edge/Crunch
Thunderbolt

Nidoqueen resists all of Heracross' main moves, making it an effective counter. Aerial Ace doesn't guarantee a OHKO, but will always 2HKO and has a good shot at a OHKO with residual damage from Sandstorm, Stealth Rock or Spikes.
Taking out Heracross is the main purpose of this set, with the other moves for handling other threats that may switch in. Stone Edge helps against Flying types and is generally a good attack to use alongside Earthquake. Crunch is a decent option in its place so you can hit Gengar and Mismagius.
Ice Beam hits Dragons, Fire Blast or Thunderbolt hurts Skarmory, with the latter also useful for hitting Gyarados switch-ins. Special attacks are listed here as they hurt Skarmory more than their physical equivalent (Fire Punch/Thunderpunch) and aren't affected by Intimidate from Salamence and Gyarados.

So this set can work well against: Heracross (duh), Gyarados (t-bolt), Skarmory (t-bolt), and possibly Gengar. I personally have NEVER (very slight exaggeration) had a serious battle in which i didn't encounter one of these pokemon. And yes, i have encountered a team consisting of a Gyarados starter, a Skarmory as a wall, Gengar as a special sweeper, and Heracross as a physical scarfer. Hopefully this set will serve you well and give you at least one counter per game. :beard: *bows*

Lol, thanks for the suggestions. Which Nidoking do you think is best?

Ace123456789
09-08-2007, 02:28 PM
Lol, thanks for the suggestions. Which Nidoking do you think is best?
all up to you. nidoking's strength is in his versatilty. soooooooooooooo many moves, but only mediocre stats.

Cool Kid 94
09-08-2007, 02:29 PM
Meh, I'm gonna use the physical sweeper...