Well, i don't often partake in the creation of pokemon, but i come by every now and then to see what new has came up in CAP. My first thought when i saw the new pokemon, was the idea of "risk taker," and yet the pokemon had AMAZING physical stats, and quiver dance.
With stats like that, whats the risk?
You can invest in physical bulk and hp, and then use quiver dance to cover the lack of speed, special d, and special a.
Not much of a risk.
No guard covers all chances of missing, so there's no risk in taking high powered moves over low powered.
It learns both overheat and hydropump, so it works great in both weathers.
It learns fantastic physical moves, as well as has a high amount of physical attack, so special walls, like blissy or chancy, dont stand a chance from a close combat or a megahorn.
It looks less like a risk taker pokemon, and more like you wanted to make a new hyper-threat...
I would say, lower the defensive stats quite a bit. You need to find an opportunity to send him in. At the moment, its bulk makes it quite easy. Especially with over 404 hp.
Its movepool is too vast, taking away its weather advantage moves, and limiting either its special or physical movepool would be ideal.
And less low accuracy moves.
So, from my scrounging around and short term studying...
I would say its stats were one part, and then movepool.
I wouldnt say both individually broke it, but both together did.
Maybe the opinion of an outsider may shed a little light.
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