rhydon, magneton perhaps (if you want a wall) togetic likitung and piloswine maybe. perhaps theyre not all realistic choices, but they could be use. look for people that got evos in later gensBesides Chansey, Porygon2 and Dusclops, which Pokemon can use Evolite effectively?
Each +1 boost gives Stored Power 20 more Base Power. It starts at 20. If the Pokemon gets a Calm Mind boost, that's +1 boost for SpA and SpD, which is two boosts. That gives Stored Power 60 Base Power now. Two Calm Minds? 100. I think there's a limit, such as 150, but I'm not sure (Serebii needs to make this information a bit more accurate =P).I'm trying to figure out the viability of Stored Power. How does it work?
Yeah you answered my question.
Because I have a perfect, Modest, Dark Pulse Deino, and I am a huge fan of Hydreigon, I would want to go for it. Latios little type coverage when compared to Hydreigon.
Latios is weak to Pursuit, which some of the Pokemon have. Doesn't have access to U-Turn(which is essential for me to scout) and can't use Fire Blast/ Flamethrower.
My Latios is running at this moveset:
Latios @ Choice Specs
EV: -I kinda forgotten about the spread XP-
Grass Knot is for knocking out all the pesky Ground Types such as TTar, allowing me to OHKO / 2HKO all sorts of variation of TTar. Thunderbolt for hitting Water Types such as, Cloyster, Politoed, Starmie etc.
Draco Meteor and Dragon Pulse is kinda self explanatory.
For Hydreigon, I'm running Choice Specs too.
Hydreigon @ Choice Specs
EV: 64 HP / 252 SpA / 192 Spe
-Dragon Pulse / Dark Pulse(I'm not sure why people emphasis on the usage on Dark Pulse. It's just for hitting Reuniclus and other Psychic Pokes)
For a lead, I'll always U-Turn out to my MixTar or if the opponent is too epic for my MixTar to handle, I'll probably switch out to Gengar(SubDisable) or my ToxicStall Milotic and will try and sweep as much as I can before my Gengar / Milotic faints.
After it faints, I'll revenge kill with U-Turn with Landorus and switch back to Hydreigon and wreck havoc.
According to Bulbapedia, there's no cap; it can go up to 860, if all stats - including accuracy and evasion - are at +6.Each +1 boost gives Stored Power 20 more Base Power. It starts at 20. If the Pokemon gets a Calm Mind boost, that's +1 boost for SpA and SpD, which is two boosts. That gives Stored Power 60 Base Power now. Two Calm Minds? 100. I think there's a limit, such as 150, but I'm not sure (Serebii needs to make this information a bit more accurate =P).
Oh Jirachi... Eh oh well I can always EQ it before it sets up rocks... CRAP IM SLOWER.Gliscor is physically bulky, but specially there's more to be desired specially. But it sets up Stealth Rock fast (95 Speed) so you're probably right. The other Pokemon with better Speed that could work (not all OU, but so what?) are Uxie (75/130/130 defenses), Jirachi or Celebi (100/100/100 defenses will take some hits) and some others, probably.
But I need to ask:
What would be a good Moveset, EV spread, and/or Nature for an Exeggutor with the Harvest ability.
main problem that I can think of is the inability to select attack. if youre facing a flyer you might pick earthquake. also TTars many weaknesses are something to watch out for, so if lucairo comes out youre better GTFOhow good is a rest -talk tyranitar?
i want to use a tyranitar that can take hits and still hit back but im not sure rest -talk is the way to go.
for the moveset i was thinking like rest/sleep talk/rockslide/earthquake
I suggest Sp.def, just because it's ability is Intimidate.Jolly Gyarados, which is the better IV spread:
The first one has more special bulk and of course one extra point in Atk, the second more physical bulk. What attacks are more important for Gyara to be able to take?
I know I sound noob-ish for wanting to use a scolipede, but it caught my eye....Should I do
Okay, so set #1 will end up with 306 att. and 484 speed, and #2 will have 459 attack and 355 speed. X-scissor gos up to 180 power, while Earthquake hits Fire, Rock, and Steel types. Return is just a filler.