Ok, well I decided to write a Team Options if thats ok and this is what I came up with:
<p>Since Kitsunoh is meant to scout and force switches, it’s highly recommended to set up entry hazards so the opponent will take constant damage upon switching. Stealth Rock is almost mandatory on teams, so it’s best to set this up as soon as possible. Aerodactyl and Azelf are great options as they almost always get the job done. Most Pokemon also take a considerable amount of damage from Spikes, so Skarmory and Forretress are perfect examples of setting up multiple layers. Toxic Spikes is also worth mentioning to add more frustration for the opponent, which makes Roserade and Fidgit decent options. Having a Rapid Spinner on your team will be very beneficial if you come across this situation, as it allows more survivability for your whole team in general. Tentacruel, Fidgit, and Starmie are reliable Rapid Spinners and can support the team with various moves.</p>
<p>Kitsunoh does a great job at wearing down the health of opposing Pokemon, and this allows sweepers to come in and pick off the weakened enemies and attempt a sweep. Stratagem is a great Pokemon to use with its amazing speed and wide movepool. It also resists Kitsunoh’s weaknesses of Fire and Ground, so this also allows Stratagem to start setting up with Calm Mind. Gyarados is also a great option, as it also resists both Kitsunoh’s weaknesses. Blissey can fend off Stratagem with ease and Celebi takes care of Gyarados. Although, using the Substitute + Calm Mind set on Stratagem will make Blissey think twice before switching in.</p>
<p>Kitsunoh lacks the use of recovery moves, so it’s helpful to aid it with Wish because of its frequent switching. Blissey, Vaporeon, and Fidgit are great candidates for utilizing Wish, and Fidgit is also capable of setting up entry hazards such as Toxic Spikes and Stealth Rock as mentioned earlier.</p>
Any mistakes? o.O
Last edited by Fuzznip; Apr 12th, 2009 at 10:44:42 AM.