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    My 6th gen team

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    Jamm
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    My 6th gen team

    Post by Jamm on 22/12/2013, 13:37


    Aggron @ Agagonite
    Nature: Impish
    EV's: 252 HP, 252 Defence and 4 Sp.Defence
    Moves: Stealth Rocks
    Thunder wave
    Iron Head
    Earthquake
    Main use is to set up stealth rocks as a lead, then use thunder wave on them to slow them down. Thinking of changing EQ to Dragontail?



    Salamence @ Leftovers
    Nature @ Naïve
    EV's: 64 Attack, 192 Sp.Attack and 252 Speed
    Moves: Draco Meteor
    Fire Blast
    Earthquake
    Dragon Claw
    A mixed attacker, it's main weakness is azumarill as 2 of its attacks don't effect it and 1 is resisted. EQ does around 40% but then Salamence is easily OHKO'd from any range of health. He is good for forcing switch-ins and accumulating Stealth Rock damage.


    Scizor @ Lum berry
    Nature: Adamant
    EV's: 252 Attack, 252 HP and 4 Defence
    Moves: Bullet Punch
    Swords Dance
    Pursuit
    U-turn
    Scizor is such a good revenge killer, it has pursuit for trapping things like Gengar that would retreat from a Bullet Punch, as snatch is a more common move this would be "unpredictable". With all these new fairy types coming in he makes a great partner for Salamence.


    Gengar @ Black Sludge
    Nature: Timid
    EV's: 252 Sp.Attack, 252 Speed, 4 Defence
    Moves: Shadow Ball
    Sludge Bomb
    Substitute
    Destiny Bond
    Gengar has always been a great pokemon, now that steel no longer resists ghost focus blast is no longer needed. Sludge bomb is another great way to counter fairy types. Along with destiny bond which is useful for pokemon that you can't OHKO but they can OHKO you.


    Florges @ Light Clay
    Nature: Bold
    EV's: 252 HP, 252 Defence and 4 Sp.Defence
    Moves: Protect
    Lightscreen
    Moon Blast
    Wish
    She is mainly used to help keep Aggron and Scizor alive by wish-passing and using Lightscreen to boost their poor Sp.Defence.


    Mamoswine @ LifeOrb
    Nature: Jolly
    EV's: 252 Attack, 252 Speed and 4 Defence
    Moves: Ice Shard
    Earthquake
    Rockslide
    Protect
    Protect is for scouting what they are going to do; toxic/will-0-wisp. Rockslide is for Talonflame. At full health he can take an un-boosted acrobatics/bravebird. Ice Shard and EQ are stab moves for flying types. Mainly have him for the possibility of incoming heatran!!!!

    Thanks for reading everyone and I hope you give me some suggestions.
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    TheSurgeXS

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    Re: My 6th gen team

    Post by TheSurgeXS on 22/12/2013, 22:26

    I have to say, that this set works very well. Fire Pokemon seem to thrive against this team, but most are frail.

    Dragon tail would be good utility as oppose to Iron Head, but unfortunately fairies are immune to this move, so its clearly up to you. T -wave on aggron is a good crippling tool.

    I had the honor to face this team, and had a good butt whopping. Razz


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    Jamm
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    Re: My 6th gen team

    Post by Jamm on 23/12/2013, 04:47

    Thanks Surge, and I was thinking of putting a starmie in to counter fire types, and for spinner.
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    Aero
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    Re: My 6th gen team

    Post by Aero on 23/12/2013, 09:42

    You could do Tentacruel.
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    LoneQuincy
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    Re: My 6th gen team

    Post by LoneQuincy on 31/12/2013, 16:11

    Looks like Status heavy teams could cause problems for you with most of these being offensive and physically based. You could play with Florges' set and try to work in Aromatherapy to help with that issue, if it becomes an issue....

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