Weak to: Ice, Dragon Resists: Fire, Water, Grass, Electric 46 HP / 87 Atk / 60 Def / 30 SpA / 40 SpD / 57 Spe Cool stuff bolded, iffy stuff underlined, banned stuff whited. Level-Up moves (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Level-Up moves (open) Level-Up moves (close) Lv1: Scratch Lv4: Leer Lv7: Assurance Lv10: Dragon Rage Lv13: [M530] Lv16: Scary Face Lv20: Slash Lv24: False Swipe Lv28: Dragon Claw Lv32: Dragon Dance Lv36: Taunt Lv41: Dragon Pulse Lv46: Swords Dance Lv51: Guillotine Lv56: Outrage Lv61: Giga Impact TM Moves (Move your mouse to reveal the content) TM Moves (open) TM Moves (close) TM01 - Claw Sharpen TM02 - Dragon Claw TM05 - Roar TM06 - Toxic TM10 - Hidden Power TM11 - Sunny Day TM12 - Taunt TM17 - Protect TM18 - Rain Dance TM21 - Frustration TM27 - Return TM28 - Dig TM32 - Double Team TM39 - Rock Tomb TM40 - Aerial Ace TM42 - Facade TM44 - Rest TM45 - Attract TM48 - Troll TM54 - False Swipe TM56 - Fling TM59 - Complete Burn TM66 - Payback TM68 - Giga Impact TM75 - Swords Dance TM81 - X-Scissor TM84 - Poison Jab TM87 - Swagger TM90 - Substitute (lol) TM94 - Rock Smash HM01 - Cut HM04 - Strength Egg Moves aka garbage (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Egg Moves aka garbage (open) Egg Moves aka garbage (close) Counter Focus Energy Reversal Endure Razor Wind Night Slash Endeavor Iron Tail Dragon Pulse Harden As anyone who has faced Dratini, Bagon or Gible in 4th Gen LC knows, Outrage is as a formidable weapon in Little Cup as anywhere. Kibago just happens to have 3 things in its favor that makes it theoretically viable. One, base 87 attack makes it, bar none, the strongest Outrage user in LC. Two, Dragon Dance immediately gives it an additional advantage over Gible and Swords Dance gives it an advantage over Dratini and Bagon. Three, Rivalry will often be giving Kibago a 25% boost to its moves. Downsides? Kibago doesn't get much beyond Outrage and that new multi-hit Dragon move. Dig can hit Levitators if you opt for Mold Breaker, but still won't hit stuff like Drifloon and Gligar. But, I guess Outrage will. X-Scissor, Return and Poison Jab are really the only other viable moves that Kibago gets. [M530] is a 40 BP Dragon-type move which hits twice and has 90% accuracy. Note that it is never worth using Adamant over Jolly, because the damage output from 18 and 19 Attack is completely identical. Here are some possible sets: Kibago @ Oran Berry Ability: Mold Breaker/Rivalry Nature: Jolly EVs: 220 Atk / 36 Def / 220 Spe ~Dragon Dance / Swords Dance ~[M530] / Dragon Claw ~Outrage ~Dig This set's premise is pretty simple: DD up and sweep. Assuming that LC doesn't get Dream World abilities, this set should be pretty deadly. After a DD, Kibago gets up to 24 Speed and 27 Attack. From there, you can opt to Dig and hit their incoming Bronzor or drop an Outrage to 2HKO almost anything in the metagame. +1 Dig will 2HKO Bronzor, and +1 [M530] will always 2HKO Gligar, something that Dragon Claw cannot do. +1 Outrage will always OHKO 236 HP / 36 Def Munchlax after SR, and +1 [M530] will always 2HKO Max Def/ Max Def Munchlax. If using SD, then kills become much easier to net, though you'd better beware of Gligar, who will always OHKO you. The SD set's best bet is probably to spam Outrage, after SDing, which will OHKO Gligar and Munchlax, and 2HKO Bronzor. You could also run Scarf Kibago if you wanted, taking advantage of the immediate speed and employing a hit-and-run strategy with [M530] until the opposing team is in range for Outrage to finish off. Kibago @ Oran Berry Ability: Rivalry/Mold Breaker Nature: Jolly EVs: 220 Atk / 36 Def / 220 Spe ~Substitute / Taunt ~Dragon Dance / Swords Dance ~[M530] / Dragon Claw ~Outrage Kibago with Sub or Taunt. With Taunt it can stop Wynaut in its tracks, while with Sub it can get a free DD or an insured hit thanks to Sub. Calcs stay generally the same, as Kibago doesn't really have much choice as to how it distributes its EVs. [M530] seems like it will be the move of choice for a set like this, as it has good damage output with its only drawback being 90 accuracy. I am not sure about this set at all, but I figured that Taunt might be worth some use and you really can't go wrong with Sub. ----- Overall, Kibago definitely seems to have some potential!! Especially compared to most of the new Gen 5 Pokemon who, like the Gen 4s, overwhelmingly have mediocre stats and movepools. Kibago may not entirely phase out the other Dragons, all of which have their own merits, but it should be, at the very least, usable.