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Randomdog

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  1. Thanks for the feedback, I actually have an SDscizor in a box from another team so that won't be a hard switch to test out Also I think gyarados would be my best bet for replacing machamp, don't believe I didn't think of it before How would this look? Gyarados @ Life Orb Adamant / Intimidate 252 SPA / 252 SPE / 4 SPD - Dragon Dance - Waterfall - Stone Edge - Earthquake
  2. The team is offensive and tries to be very fast paced and powerful, the only defensive aspect comes from switching in to type resistances/immunities and Latias (Which I'll explain in detail later). The Lead Aerodactyl @ Focus Sash Jolly|Pressure 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe - Taunt - Stealth Rock - Stone Edge - Earthquake Fairly standard OU lead. The only thing it reliably loses to is Empoleon or another Aerodactyl when it loses the speed tie. (Empoleon gives me an easy switch to Latias on turn 2 who won't take much damage from the aqua jet) Apart from that its great for blocking t
  3. Also I won't be here for a few hours, PM me when you've done it
  4. Ok, go with 30/31/31/31/31/31 that shouldn't hurt too much
  5. Um.. I'd rather not drop speed, drop attack if you're dropping anything (I know that when it gets to high 20s theres a legal value there, I've done it on shoddy before)
  6. Can I have it traded to me when its done? Thanks in advance :smile:
  7. The goal of the team Sweep with lucario after revealing and clearing out counters using the other pokemon Uxie @ Choice Scarf Ability: Levitate EVs: 252 HP/106 Def/152 Spd Impish nature (+Def, -SAtk) - Trick - Stealth Rock - Yawn - U-turn The lead for this team was a tough decision. Nothing on the team is weak to stealth rock, so stopping it wasn't a priority. Setting up my own stealth rock on the other hand is almost necessary as lucario misses several key OHKOs without it. Another thing I wanted to achieve with my lead is scouting, so uturn would also be great. Statusing an opposin
  8. Well.. Really its an update of my old one but I didn't post it here. Any advice is appreciated Azelf @ Focus Sash Ability: Levitate EVs: 4 Atk/252 Spd/252 SAtk Naive nature (+Spd, -SDef) - Stealth Rock - Psychic - Explosion - Fire Blast --- Very common lead and for good reason. For the rest of the team I'll put a few comments about why/how I'm using it but its an azelf lead so... yeah... Gengar (M) @ Choice Scarf Ability: Levitate EVs: 4 Atk/252 Spd/252 SAtk Modest nature (+SAtk, -Atk) - Shadow Ball - Thunderbolt - Focus Blast - Hidden Power [ice] --- Revenge killer that su
  9. Still unsure about this as I don't want it to not work after I've spent money on it. Can someone with 7 tell me what happens?
  10. Do we know if the latest version is compatible with Windows 7?
  11. Thats all very helpful but I would be against replacing Breloom as 90% of the time it gets me at least two kills. I might replace Latias with the Rotom-S set you suggested or another Ghost as it would 1. Remove one of my ice weaknesses 2. Negate the dynamic punches you mentioned Frosslass can learn psychic so I might go with her to be a perfect counter to fighting types and then allow me to drop Psychic for Grass Knot on Starmie. What would you think to that?
  12. I'm pretty new at making competitive teams but I thought I'd give a balanced team a shot and put it up for criticisim Bronzong @ Leftovers Ability: Heatproof EVs: 252 HP/86 Atk/80 Def/92 SDef Sassy nature (+SDef, -Spd) - Gyro Ball - Stealth Rock - Explosion - Earthquake Standard defensive Bronzong set with a twist, its ability is heatproof instead of levitate. Most people see it as a lead an expect trick room. When it gives them rocks instead they have no idea what to do, what they DONT do is use earthquake on it as 90% of Bronzongs carry levitate. Latias (F) @ Leftovers Ability
  13. Yeah good idea, i'll probably take out thunderwave for it
  14. Sand-Stall General strategy of the team – Sandstorm to damage my opponent in combination with entry hazards while my team aren't hurt by sandstorm and recover with leftovers. Also contains a couple of powerhouses for lategame sweeping and after all the hazards are set up. This isn't something i've tested just an idea i've had Hippowdon @ Leftovers 252 HP / 168 Def / 88 SpD Ability - Sand Stream Nature - Impish Earthquake Stone Edge Stealth Rock Roar My lead, sets up sandstorm with its ability and can set up rocks. It actually outspeeds more than most people think and earthquake will
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