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OrientalNoodle
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posted 09-08-2001 11:42 AM      Profile for OrientalNoodle   Author's Homepage   Email OrientalNoodle   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
This little thing came to my mind while dealing those !#%¤ing newspapers. You all know that it's a good thing to change your poké into a move that's "not very effective" against it. However, it would be, of course, better to change to a type that is completely immune to the attack.

For our convinience, let's list all of these type combinations.

Ground vs. Flying
Normal vs. Ghost
Fighting vs. Ghost
Ghost vs. Normal
Psychic vs. Dark
Electric vs. Ground

w0wz0rz. 5 types. Now, if all of these types are in a team, you have better chances to have a type that's completely immune to the incoming attack.

I made up a little team using this strategy.

Jumpluff, the Flyer.

-Leech Seed
-Encore
-Stun Spore
-Sleep Powder
@Miracleberry

Basically, the Starter. Tries to fux0r the other d00d's starter up with Encore and Stun Spore, and of course Leech Seed 0wnz (One of my favourite moves ).

Now, if the other d00d starts with Jolteon, there are two options. If it's male, it's an Ice Power one. If it's female, it's a ParAttracting one.

If it is the Ice Power one, I'll change to Rhydon to block the Thunderbolt / Wave and Earthquake it's sorry ass.

If it is the ParAttracting one, well, I'll make sure that Missy is female Or then I could change Girafarig to Porygon2... Who knows.

Misdreavus, the Ghost.

-Mean Look
-Perish Song
-Destiny Bond
-Protect
@Leftovers

I THINK that you all know how this goes.

Rhydon, the Ground.

-Sub
-Earthquake
-Rock Slide
-Counter
@Focus Band

Basically, it just makes as much damage as it can.

Girafarig, the Normal.

-Psychic
-Crunch
-Shadow Ball
-Return
@Spell Tag

Shadow Ball because of all the Misdreavuses. However, this has a little problem... Girafarig has to score two hits with almost the maximum power to achieve the 2HKO. Maybe I should change this to a Snorlax?

Tyranitar, the Dark.

-Ancientpower
-Ice Beam
-Earthquake
-Screech
@Mysteryberry

This thing tries to get a boost, then wh00ps the other player badly.

Then, either:

Miltank, the Bitch.

-Heal Bell
-Milk Drink
-Return
-Earthquake
@King's Rock

OR

Celebi, the 0wn3r.

-Recover
-Heal Bell
-Giga Drain
-Psychic
@Brightpowder?

I'm tempted to put something genderless in the last position, but that would leave me without a Heal Beller, which is bad considering that this team doesn't have too much of Safeguarders...

Comments wanted.

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Me: "...I've also spoken with Ian Garvey via IRC..."
Tyranitar: "Wow! You mean you have spoken with The Master?"


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Automaton
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posted 09-08-2001 12:24 PM      Profile for Automaton   Author's Homepage   Email Automaton   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
That strategy isn't new. NeoKefka beat my ass using that. Also, you forgot Steel vs. Poison.
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OrientalNoodle
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posted 09-08-2001 12:36 PM      Profile for OrientalNoodle   Author's Homepage   Email OrientalNoodle   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
DAMN.

I hadn't seen any teams using this strategy... Also, I TRIED to remeber all the immunities, but I failed, it seems. In any case, Poison is not used much, so the Steel can stay out :P

And as always, rates are welcome

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Dark_Herakurosu
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posted 09-08-2001 01:43 PM      Profile for Dark_Herakurosu   Author's Homepage   Email Dark_Herakurosu   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Skarmory instead of Jumpluff, Blissey for a Heal Beller. MWAhahaha

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posted 09-09-2001 01:57 AM      Profile for Ancient Egyptian Cat-Gonk   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
You could actually make a team like this using standards, Umbreon, Kingdra, Skarmory, Marowak, Misdreavus and Miltank might work.

Back to the team..

I'd probably make Girafarig a Baton Passer if you were going to stich with it, that way you can amp up Misdreavus's Speed and give it the first-strike (which it needs). Speaking of Misdreavus, how about giving it Rest over Destiny Bond? I mean, you've got the Heal Beller, and with Girafarig it's got a nice Speed advantage (you might even be able to bait a Lax into attacking the rather frail Girafarig as it powers up).

Not sure about that Tyranitar set though, if you ask me the thing doesn't have the staying power to get more than two APs off. If you're after an AP-based set, how about AP, Curse, DT and Rest with Mysteryberry?

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