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Old October 28th, 2013 (6:25 PM).
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    After playing tons of MOBAs before getting back back into pokemon, and trying to play competitively now, I began to think if there was a trend for pokemon teams to follow. I understand that pokemon is 100x more complex then any MOBA out now, but I just can't help wonder if there is that ideal pattern. Albeit that I'm actually quite new to competitive play, so I really wanted to get some answers before investing time on a team.
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    After playing tons of MOBAs before getting back back into pokemon, and trying to play competitively now, I began to think if there was a trend for pokemon teams to follow. I understand that pokemon is 100x more complex then any MOBA out now, but I just can't help wonder if there is that ideal pattern. Albeit that I'm actually quite new to competitive play, so I really wanted to get some answers before investing time on a team.
    Well, there are common Pokemon found in the standard OU metagame (for generation five: http://www.smogon.com/bw/tiers/ou http://www.smogon.com/forums/threads/official-smogon-university-simulator-statistics-%E2%80%94-september-2013.3489026/), and each of them have their own prevalent movesets and strategies. Often times people do not stray very far from the usual movesets in those analyses, but that isn't always the case of course. Usually you can get a good feel for the metagame by using some tried-and-true strategies before expanding on them and using more creative stuff.
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    Old October 29th, 2013 (4:44 PM).
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      Old October 29th, 2013 (5:02 PM).
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      Will the IV calculators for Gen 5 be good until more Gen 6 calculators are out
      MetalKid's IV calculator is up-to-date with generation six (http://www.metalkid.info/Pokemon/Calculators/IV.aspx). But yes, as far as I know they haven't changed anything in terms of how stats are generated. However, some old Pokemon have received minor alterations in base stats (http://www.serebii.net/xy/updatedstats.shtml).
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      Old October 30th, 2013 (3:45 AM).
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      Old October 30th, 2013 (5:17 AM).
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      Would a normal Gen 5 Dragon Dance Dragonite be viable to train in the new Gen?
      If you give it something to deal with Fairy-types (like Thunderpunch or Iron Head) then it should be viable. There's also this Weakness Policy set going around which is basically a DD set + Weakness Policy as the hold item.

      It's still pretty early to judge thoroughly though.
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      Old October 30th, 2013 (5:03 PM).
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      Oh yeah, I'd also like to point out that if you are going for a weakness policy set then it is recommended to have Multiscale and possibly a way to remove hazards and/or give Dnite Roost to help tank up those super effective hits.
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        I don't need hard numbers just team ideas. This is a Hypothetical team for when I get my Roster of Pokemon from BW2.

        I'm thinking of a 3 man team based on Mega Aggron. Togekiss would be a great teammate becase they cover each other's weaknesses (double resist fight and immune to ground.) And Tokekiss is a little better on the special defence side than Mega Aggron. Togekiss also provides Wish Support to Mega Aggron.

        How would the third man be, who would be the Lead pokemon? Neither of the other two are fast speced as sweepers, so Something Hyper Offensive with Great Speed.

        The other two can take Dragon Attacks Very well. Maybe a Salamance?
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        Old October 31st, 2013 (7:30 PM).
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          I'm currently IV breeding eevees since I'm building a Bold wish support vaporeon (probably with max HP EVs, lots of EVs in Sp. Def, and some in Sp. Atk).

          My best eevee so far has The following spread:

          30/22/31/31/7/31

          I don't care about attack obviously, but what about that awful Sp. Def IV? Should I keep this eevee or keep trying? Does it really matter that much?
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          Old October 31st, 2013 (7:40 PM).
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            I don't need hard numbers just team ideas. This is a Hypothetical team for when I get my Roster of Pokemon from BW2.

            I'm thinking of a 3 man team based on Mega Aggron. Togekiss would be a great teammate becase they cover each other's weaknesses (double resist fight and immune to ground.) And Tokekiss is a little better on the special defence side than Mega Aggron. Togekiss also provides Wish Support to Mega Aggron.

            How would the third man be, who would be the Lead pokemon? Neither of the other two are fast speced as sweepers, so Something Hyper Offensive with Great Speed.

            The other two can take Dragon Attacks Very well. Maybe a Salamance?
            That sounds good, as Mega Aggron can take care of all the OU Ice-types I know of...
            (which are only Mamoswine & Weavile that I know of.
            Mamoswine can hit with super-effective Earthquake, but Mega Aggron has not only
            Filter to reduce super-effectiveness & but also a INCREDIBLE Defense of 230.)

            If you have one, Terrakion is a fearsome sweeper & it's STAB attacks will still all the
            types for normal damage at least.
            That the best other option I can think of...
            If you'd like, I can do a little research for other speedy hard-hitters...

            & I have some questions of my own...

            Does Weakness Policy gets used up & can it work behind a Substitute, or
            does a super-effective attack has to hit the pokemon directly?

            Because I was thinking of this set for Yveltal:

            Yveltal @ Weakness Policy
            Mild/Hasty
            32 Atk/252 Sp.Atk/226 Spe
            -Substitute
            -Dark Pulse
            -Oblivion Wing
            -Sucker Punch

            The idea is to set up a Substitute not only to block status but also to be able to take a
            super-effective attack safely so Weakness Policy has no problems activating.
            Oblivion Wing is preferred over Hurricane so Yveltal can try to make more Substitutes.
            Hopefully, the item doesn't get used up, but if it does, Sucker Punch could prevent
            revenge kills so it doesn't get forced out & waste the sharply boosted Atk & Sp.Atk.
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            Old October 31st, 2013 (7:49 PM).
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            I'm currently IV breeding eevees since I'm building a Bold wish support vaporeon (probably with max HP EVs, lots of EVs in Sp. Def, and some in Sp. Atk).

            My best eevee so far has The following spread:

            30/22/31/31/7/31

            I don't care about attack obviously, but what about that awful Sp. Def IV? Should I keep this eevee or keep trying? Does it really matter that much?
            Keep trying.

            Also, what's the point of a Bold nature when you're not even investing in Defense at all? The best spread is 248 HP/252 Def/8 Spe.
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            I hope this is the right thread for it e.e

            I have two Espeons and I am not sure which one I should keep...I don't have their moveset done yet, since I'm just wondering which one I would need to keep stats-wise

            Both are males and have Synchronize Ability

            1-Espeon : Lvl 40

            Nature : Modest - Nods off a lot
            Hp : 114
            ATK : 58
            DEF : 54
            SP.ATK : 150
            SP.DEF : 87
            SPEED : 117

            2-Espeon : Lvl 46

            Nature : Naughty - Capable of taking hits
            Hp : 121
            ATK : 95
            DEF : 76
            SP.ATK : 130
            SP.DEF : 93
            SPEED : 123

            The second one can be trained in Super training if needed, at least a little bit before it is Fully trained.
            The first one cannot be trained any further in Super training, sadly

            I don't know if they are both good or not, any opinion on which to keep can help ;v;
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            I hope this is the right thread for it e.e

            I have two Espeons and I am not sure which one I should keep...I don't have their moveset done yet, since I'm just wondering which one I would need to keep stats-wise

            Both are males and have Synchronize Ability

            1-Espeon : Lvl 40

            Nature : Modest - Nods off a lot
            Hp : 114
            ATK : 58
            DEF : 54
            SP.ATK : 150
            SP.DEF : 87
            SPEED : 117

            2-Espeon : Lvl 46

            Nature : Naughty - Capable of taking hits
            Hp : 121
            ATK : 95
            DEF : 76
            SP.ATK : 130
            SP.DEF : 93
            SPEED : 123

            The second one can be trained in Super training if needed, at least a little bit before it is Fully trained.
            The first one cannot be trained any further in Super training, sadly

            I don't know if they are both good or not, any opinion on which to keep can help ;v;
            Thanks !
            IVs for both would be really appreciated.

            Anyways, I wouldn't keep either one, as Espeon's preferred nature is Timid and its ability must be Magic Bounce for it to be viable. Naughty won't cut it; Espeon doesn't specialize in physical moves, since its Attack is terrible. Modest may not cut it either; Espeon needs all the Speed it can get to outspeed whatever it needs to outspeed. With its current nature, both Espeon are outsped by Pokemon that have base 100-110 Speed with Timid, Jolly, Hasty and Naive natures.
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              I have kind of a noob question. On Pokemon Showdown, am I understanding correctly that you just go on and pick your Mons and assign them moves and stats? Meaning that one could use Pokemon that haven't actually been caught and trained in-game?
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              I have kind of a noob question. On Pokemon Showdown, am I understanding correctly that you just go on and pick your Mons and assign them moves and stats? Meaning that one could use Pokemon that haven't actually been caught and trained in-game?
              It's a simulator, so virtually every Pokemon is available to use.
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                when breeding do Ivs get passed on from the female parent?
                Not just the female. The male also passes down IVs. That's common knowledge since Gen II.
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                That sounds good, as Mega Aggron can take care of all the OU Ice-types I know of...
                (which are only Mamoswine & Weavile that I know of.
                Mamoswine can hit with super-effective Earthquake, but Mega Aggron has not only
                Filter to reduce super-effectiveness & but also a INCREDIBLE Defense of 230.)

                If you have one, Terrakion is a fearsome sweeper & it's STAB attacks will still all the
                types for normal damage at least.
                That the best other option I can think of...
                If you'd like, I can do a little research for other speedy hard-hitters...

                & I have some questions of my own...

                Does Weakness Policy gets used up & can it work behind a Substitute, or
                does a super-effective attack has to hit the pokemon directly?

                Because I was thinking of this set for Yveltal:

                Yveltal @ Weakness Policy
                Mild/Hasty
                32 Atk/252 Sp.Atk/226 Spe
                -Substitute
                -Dark Pulse
                -Oblivion Wing
                -Sucker Punch

                The idea is to set up a Substitute not only to block status but also to be able to take a
                super-effective attack safely so Weakness Policy has no problems activating.
                Oblivion Wing is preferred over Hurricane so Yveltal can try to make more Substitutes.
                Hopefully, the item doesn't get used up, but if it does, Sucker Punch could prevent
                revenge kills so it doesn't get forced out & waste the sharply boosted Atk & Sp.Atk.
                Are you sure that Weakness Policy doesn't activate when a Sub is destroyed by a super effective hit?
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                  I hope I'm writing this in the correct thread if not somebody please redirect me........
                  Anyhow, I'm just wondering has anybody gotten more than one leftovers in the game other than the one on Route 12? Or is this the only one available WITHOUT using the Pick Up Method? IMO I think they should've had it available at the Battle Maison because most people like running it on multiple pokemon competitively (when no Item Clause exist). Just wondering if anybody knows another method to obtain them? Also I believe Snorlax doesn't have it when catching him, at least mine didn't...... So, does anybody have more than one?
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                    What is the best setup for a Mega Scizor?
                    Mega Scizor:
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                    -Bullet Punch
                    -X-Scissor
                    -Roost
                    Nature: Adamant
                    EVs: 248 HP/16 Atk/244 SDef
                    Item: Scizorite
                    Ability: Technician

                    It's the bulky Swords Dance Scizor from last generation, except that it has more bulk and power to work with.
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                      Best nature and EV spread for Trevenant,Aromatisse and slurpuff?
                      Trevenant is a good bulky Grass Pokemon to fall back on. It's also a spinblocker that can beat Starmie:
                      -Wood Hammer/Horn Leech
                      -Shadow Claw/Phantom Force
                      -Will-o-Wisp
                      -Rest
                      Nature: Careful
                      EVs: 252 HP/80 Def/176 SDef
                      Item: Leftovers/Lum Berry
                      Ability: Natural Cure/Harvest

                      or
                      -Substitute
                      -Leech Seed
                      -Phantom Force
                      -Will-o-Wisp
                      Nature: Careful
                      EVs: 252 HP/80 Def/176 SDef
                      Item: Sitrus Berry
                      Ability: Harvest

                      Slurpuff's movepool is wide. Very wide, tbh:
                      -Wish
                      -Dazzling Gleam
                      -Aromatherapy/Toxic
                      -Flamethrower/Psychic/Surf
                      Nature: Modest/Bold
                      EVs: 252 HP/252 SAtk/4 SDef (Modest) or 252 HP/252 Def/4 SDef (Bold)
                      Item: Leftovers
                      Ability: Sweet Veil

                      or
                      -Calm Mind
                      -Dazzling Gleam
                      -Surf/Flamethrower/Thunderbolt
                      -Substitute
                      Nature: Modest/Timid
                      EVs: 4 HP/252 SAtk/252 Spe
                      Item: Petaya Berry
                      Ability: Unburden

                      or
                      -Calm Mind
                      -Dazzling Gleam
                      -Energy Ball/Surf/Thunderbolt
                      -Flamethrower/Psychic
                      Nature: Modest/Timid
                      EVs: 252 HP/4 Def/252 SAtk (Modest only) or 4 HP/252 SAtk/252 Spe
                      Item: Leftovers
                      Ability: Sweet Veil

                      Aromatisse is pretty much outclassed by Sylveon, IMO:
                      -Calm Mind
                      -Moonblast
                      -Hidden Power (Ground)/Psychic
                      -Aromatherapy
                      Nature: Bold
                      EVs: 252 HP/252 Def/4 SDef
                      Item: Leftovers
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                      I hope I'm writing this in the correct thread if not somebody please redirect me........
                      Anyhow, I'm just wondering has anybody gotten more than one leftovers in the game other than the one on Route 12? Or is this the only one available WITHOUT using the Pick Up Method? IMO I think they should've had it available at the Battle Maison because most people like running it on multiple pokemon competitively (when no Item Clause exist). Just wondering if anybody knows another method to obtain them? Also I believe Snorlax doesn't have it when catching him, at least mine didn't...... So, does anybody have more than one?
                      Available via Pick Up... a very HIGH level Pick Up user. And it's still 1% chance at level 100.
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                      I'm planning a gen 6 rain dance team,

                      I am not sure what moveset I should have for a Drizzle Politoed,
                      and I am also planning a Lapras

                      Lapras @ Damp Rock (?)
                      Hydration. ?? Nature
                      ?? EVs
                      Rain Dance
                      Rest
                      Freeze Dry
                      Surf

                      This way Lapras is has one move recovery, and full coverage against everything but Jynx and Shedinja which I don't think I will be seeing often. Freeze Dry is what is crucial - it's an egg move from aururos or something that is super effective to water types

                      WOuld anyone know any good evs/natures?

                      As well as the want a Politoed in this team, I plan an Acid Armour Baton Passing Vaporeon to a Cleric Blissey. I have a DD Dragonite I have planned for a late game sweeper, but I'm not sure if it is reliable enough

                      So that's about 5 Pokemon, would there be a good entry hazards/rapid spinner I could use in the rain? Or any other improvements?
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