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DPPt/HGSS Is this an okay Pokemon Platinum Team for Wi-Fi?

Discussion in 'The Doctor's Clinic' started by Infernape Rulez, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. Here it is.
    Lead
    Scizor @ Life Orb
    Bullet Punch
    U-turn
    Superpower
    Roost

    Annoyer
    Blissey @ Lefties
    Softboiled
    Semisc Toss
    Thunder Wave
    Ice Beam

    Sweeper
    Weavile @ Focus Sash
    Swords Dance
    Ice Shard
    Brick Break
    Night Slash

    Tanky Sweeper
    Donphan@ Lum Berry
    Rapid Spin
    Ice Shard
    Earthquake
    Stealth Rock

    Late game sweeper
    Infernape @ Mulsce Band
    Swords Dance
    Close Combat
    Stone Edge
    Flare Blitz

    Game Ender
    Salamence @ Shell Bell
    DDance
    Outrage
    Earthquake
    Fire Fang

    Scizors EVs 252 Att 252 Def 4 Hp

    Blissey's EVs 252 Hp 252 Def 4 Sp.Def

    Weavile's Evs 252 Att 252 Spd 4 Hp

    Donphan's EVs 252 Def 252 att 4 Hp

    Infernape's Evs 252 att 252 Spd 4 Hp

    Salamence's EVs 252 Att 252 Spd 4 Sp.def

    Nature's Scizor's Adment

    Blissey's Bold

    Weavile Jolly

    Donphan Bold

    Infernape Naive

    Salamence Jolly.

    Go ahead and rate!
    Edit:Is that better?
    EDIT 2 I replaced Gliscor with donphan. Shard-quake works as well as Fang-quake. Plus Rapid Spin Supprt. My own Rocks can help.
     
  2. KoL

    KoL FPS Guy
    Staff Member Moderator

    Way better, thanks.

    Good thus far, a few things of note:

    - Scizor with Roost isn't bad, but with Choice Band it's practically useless since you get locked into Roost until you switch out. Life Orb would be a lot better for that set since it works well with Roost and Scizor's natural tanki-ness. Either that or keep the Band and drop Roost for Pursuit or something.

    - Blissey's fine.

    - Weavile's fine too, watch out for Stealth Rock and other entry hazards that may wreck your Sash though.

    - Gliscor again, seems OK overall, although he really doesn't need Toxic since he has very nice offensive power. Ice Fang in combination with Earthquake provides very good coverage, and Gliscor will find a lot more use out of Ice Fang than Toxic.

    - Infernape's OK, consider Overheat/Fire Blast over Flare Blitz as a possible option to knock down walls such as Skarmory, Forretress, Bronzong and Steelix. Flare Blitz is still very good though mind. Muscle Band may serve him better than Expert Belt here too, since the Belt is a bit situational and Infernape's coverage isn't insane like, say, Electivire's or Starmie's.

    - You forgot to list Salamence's item. Regardless, it's fine as well - consider a Fire-type attack over Roost for Salamence, since an "end-gamer" probably won't need to be doing anything besides attacking the opponent after setting up, and a Fire-type attack would grant your set 100% perfect coverage. Fire Fang is the best choice since Jolly cuts your Sp.Attack by 10%.

    Overall, your team is very good - one thing that could cause issues however is your lack of a Rapid Spin user combined with two Pokemon, one Sashed, who take 25% damage from Stealth Rock, on top of no-one in your team resisting the Rocks. Other than that, you have a very solid team that should take you very far.
     

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