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Battle Maison Discussion & Records

Discussion in 'Orange Islands' started by NoCheese, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. NoCheese

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    Welcome to the Battle Maison Discussion & Records Thread.

    This thread is here for those who like to play the Battle Maison, like to break records, or simply want to collect a good amount of Battle Points.

    Rules
    Just like every thread, the standard Smogon rules also apply to this thread and you may be infracted for breaking them by Smogon's staff members.

    Rules for the records list
    • The minimum streak length requirement to be put on the records list is 70, but you are always free to post about streaks that did not reach 70 wins.
    • Provide as much information as possible. Posting your Pokémon, held items, abilities, natures, EV spreads and movesets makes your record much more interesting and gives more room for feedback from other members.
    • You must provide proof of your record in order to be added. The easiest way to do so is upload a battle video of your loss and share the code.
    • Your record listing will be linked to the post where you provided proof and information regarding the team you have used to achieve the record.
    • Ongoing streaks will not be added. But again, you are always free to post about ongoing streaks. Exception to this rule are very (very) high streaks (1000+).
    • Hacked Pokémon are not allowed. If you get caught you will be removed from the records list.
    • Sharing useful information, experience and warstories with the Pokémon community is always welcome and makes this so enjoyable.
    • Where a user has multiple streaks in the same category, all record-worthy streaks will be listed in the same entry as the user's longest streak in that category, so long as this does not cause the record list to become overwhelming to maintain.
    • If your team write-up was posted previously to your "how I lost" proof post, please include a link back to your team write-up along with the proof. This makes the leaderboard a much better reference for players looking for detailed information about successful teams, as the leaderboard link to the proof will also lead them to the detailed team info.
    Battle Maison Data (Trainers and their Pokémon, movesets etc)
    Good luck and never forget to have fun!
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    Battle Maison Super Single Records:

    #01. VaporeonIce, (1000*) - Whimsicott / Durant / Drapion, (543) - Togekiss / Mega Kangaskhan / Aegislash
    #02. StarKO, (991) - Dragonite / Suicune / Mega Kangaskhan (run #2), (658) - Dragonite / Suicune / Mega Kangaskhan (run #1)
    #03. NoCheese, (611) - Durant / Cloyster / Garchomp, (352) - Mega Kangaskhan / Suicune / Dragonite
    #04. Jumpman16, (602) - Haxorus / Mega Scizor / Suicune and how he lost
    #05. Turskain, (528) - Dragonite / Aegislash / Greninja
    #06. Aircraft Cemetery, (485) - Mega Scizor / Garchomp / Azumarill
    #07. Artic, (473) - Dragonite / Aegislash / Mega Kangaskhan
    #08. Mega Braviary, (433) - Dragonite / Mega Kangaskhan / Suicune
    #09. Cardio, (363) - Dragonite / Mega Kangaskhan / Azumarill
    #10. VioletPumpkin, (340) - Dragonite / Greninja / Mega Scizor
    #11. GG Unit, (332) - Sableye / Durant / Glalie
    #12. Bigd5620, (328) - Durant / Aegislash / Mega Gyarados
    #13. Ninjatom, (321) - Dragonite / Azumarill / Mega Kangaskhan
    #14. Lolnub, (315) - Durant / Garchomp / Mega Gyarados
    #15. Atsync, (302) - Greninja / Ferrothorn / Dragonite
    #16. Phanton404, (268) - Durant / Scolipede / Mega Kangaskhan
    #17. cocomunga, (247) - Infernape / Mega Kangaskhan / Garchomp
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    Battle Maison Super Double Records:

    #01. Quanyails, (686) - Aromatisse / Aron / Mega Kangaskhan / Conkeldurr
    #02. Turskain, (554) - Mega Lucario / Greninja / Garchomp / Talonflame, (399) - Greninja / Mega Charizard Y / Rotom-W / Garchomp
    #03. SqueakySquirtle, (496) - Cresselia / Aron / Machamp / Mega Mawile
    #04. Eppie, (360) - Dusclops / Smeargle / Aegislash / Aron
    #05. Phanton404, (316) - Greninja / Aron / Conkeldurr / Mega Kangaskhan
    #06. Mechagodzilla, (308) - Garchomp / Gengar / Gyarados / Mega Scizor
    #07. flavor0, (262) - Mega Scizor / Sharpedo / Chandelure / Gastrodon, (194) - Greninja / Sylveon / Mega Kangaskhan / Talonflame
    #08. R Inanimate, (251) - Greninja / Aron / Aegislash / Togekiss
    #09. Biosci, (227) - Mega Kangaskhan / Gardevoir / Mamoswine / Thundurus-T
    #10. Syndrome445, (212) - Politoed / Ludicolo / Mega Scizor / Thundurus-T
    #11. Hozu, (208) - Garchomp / Rotom-W / Mega Scizor / Togekiss
    #12. Daenym, (177) - Greninja / Aron / Mega Kangaskhan / Aegislash
    #13. ProjectTitan313, (169) - Mega Charizard Y / Venusaur / Garchomp / Aegislash
    #14. JGTheGamer, (134) - Politoed / Beartic / Mega Gyarados / Raikou
    #15. SimicCombine, (116) - Mega Charizard Y / Darmanitan / Garchomp / Breloom
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    Battle Maison Super Triple Records:

    #01. ~Mercury~, (2000*) - Gyarados / Mega Manectric / Talonflame / Swampert / Aegislash / Hydreigon
    #02. R Inanimate, (1845) - Greninja / Aron / Garchomp / Tyranitar / Aegislash / Gyarados
    #03. SimicCombine, (1086*) - Talonflame / Mega Blastoise / Greninja / Garchomp / Rotom-W / Heracross, and his current progress
    #04. brakerider, (1040) - Talonflame / Mega Kangaskhan / Greninja / Excadrill / Zapdos / Dragonite, (440) - Greninja / Mega Kangaskhan / Talonflame / Thundurus-T / Excadrill / Dragonite
    #5. Yoshi1777, (753) - Talonflame / Hitmonlee / Mega Kangashkan / Garchomp / Zapdos / Greninja (run #2), (331) - Talonflame / Hitmonlee / Mega Kangaskhan / Garchomp / Zapdos / Greninja (run #1)
    #06. Faroth, (569) - Talonflame / Azumarill / Greninja / Mega Heracross / Typhlosion / Hydreigon
    #07. Eppie, (467) - Talonflame / Mega Blastoise / Greninja / Rotom-W / Garchomp / Togekiss
    #08. bayleef5, (458) - Talonflame / Mega Garchomp / Greninja / Hydregion / Dragonite / Aegislash
    #09. Mechagodzilla, (447) - Mega Charizard Y / Typhlosion / Shiftry / Latios / Conkeldurr / Aegislash
    #10. Pikiwyn, (434) - Tailow / Musharna / Aron / Clawitzer / Tyranitar / Mega Kangaskhan
    #11. Fencas, (425) - Talonflame / Mega Blastoise / Politoed / Ludicolo / Cresselia / Garchomp
    #12. atsync, (374) - Politoed / Ludicolo / Heliolisk / Gastrodon / Mega Scizor / Kingdra
    #13. Snail489, (350) - Charizard / Terrakion / Latias / Heatran / Camerupt / Talonflame
    #14. Jmckernan, (347) - Garchomp / Jolteon / Tyranitar / Aegislash / Gyarados / Mega Kangaskhan
    #15. Suremen, (318) - Greninja / Typhlosion / Aerodactyl / Aron / Mega Kangaskhan / Cresselia
    #16. ReptoAbysmal, (315) - Semi-random Trick Room team (read for details)
    #17. Kappaten, (302) - Azumarill / Mega Abomasnow / Aromatisse / Reuniclus / Tyranitar / Salamence
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    Battle Maison Super Rotation Records:

    #01. CarlMcQ, (443) - Garchomp / Mega Kangaskhan / Klefki / Zapdos
    #02. VaporeonIce, (417) - Chansey / Mega Venusaur / Cloyster / Gliscor
    #03. Aussieman000, (391) - Mega Gyarados / Ferrothorn / Volcarona / Gliscor
    #04. Fencas, (323) - Mega Mawile / Hypno / Vaporeon / Dragonite
    #05. Atsync, (265) - Mega Kangaskhan / Sylveon / Gengar / Aegislash
    #06. Fatty mcfat cat, (215) - Dragonite / Vaporeon / Gengar / Mega Kangaskhan
    #07. The Dutch Plumberjack, (214) - Mega Lucario / Meowstic-M / Dragonite / Clefable
    #08. Lolnub, (156) - Mega Tyranitar / Trevenant / Aron / Garchomp
    #09. NoCheese, (137) - Mega Kangaskhan / Dragonite / Darmanitan / Gengar
    #10. Kamitsure, (126) - Mega Mawile / Rotom-W / Hydreigon / Dragonite
    #11. bayleef5, (120) - Dragonite / Aegislash / Mega Kangaskhan / Greninja
    #12. Darknesssacred, (119) - Gengar / Mega Kangaskhan / Togekiss / Greninja
    #13. Allrealelements, (112) - Mega Mawile / Rotom-W / Dragonite / Gengar
    #14. Farranpoison, (107) - Mega Kangaskhan / Aegislash / Klefki / Gyarados
    #15. Daenym, (106) - Azumarill / Aegislash / Latias / Dragonite
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    Battle Maison Super Multi Records with Artificial Intelligence:

    #01. zeuslot, with AI, (88) - Mega Charizard Y / Typhlosion / Rotom-W / Cobalion
    #02. Fierza with AI, (85) - Azumarill / Porygon-Z / Aegislash / Nidoqueen
    #03. Agnaktor with AI, (81) - Mega Kangaskhan / Mienshao / Garchomp / Flygon
    #04. VaporeonIce with AI, (71) - Staraptor / Scrafty / Typhlosion / Mega Charizard Y
    #05. Benefactor with AI, (68) - Mega Medicham / Porygon2 / Aegislash / Raikou
    #06. Stellar with AI, (65) - Landorus-T / Raikou / Mega Medicham / Latias
    #07. Suremen with AI, (62) - Aron / Dragonite / Cresselia / Electivire
    #08. atsync with AI, (57) - Greninja / Porygon2 / Mega Scizor / Blaziken
    #09. Quanyails with AI, (52) - Mega Charizard-Y / Hippowdon / Zapdos / Metagross
    #10.
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    Battle Maison Super Multi Records with Real Live Person:

    #01. Deadwalruses with Chdmwu, (134) - Talonflame / Krookodile / Rotom-S / Mega Kangaskhan
    #02. bayleef5 with Friend, (108) - Azumarill / Greninja / Mega Charizard Y/ Mega Kangaskhan
    #03. Oedipal with Hodol, (104) - Mega Alakazam / Mega Kangaskhan / Clawitzer / Dragonite
    #04. Coolhand Luke with Friend, (103) - Mega Mawile / Mega Kangaskhan / Breloom / Noivern
    #05. J@ckie with J@ckie, (102) - Cloyster / Greninja / Mega Mawile / Mega Kangaskhan
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    Trophy Hall of Fame:

    A list of members who have achieved 50+ wins in every mode, and therefore obtained all trophies.

    Farranpoison - 16/11/2013 / Fierza - 4/12/2013 / Surfi - 8/12/2013 / Slowbro202 - 9/12/2013 / Grayson - 13/12/2013 / Xcfrisco - 17/12/2013 / Catharsis - 19/12/2013 / ArcFurnace - 24/12/2013 / Serah Farron - 30/12/2013 / Niyte - 6/1/2014 / Fencas - 7/1/2014 / Robo Mike - 9/1/2014 / Haunter - 19/1/2014 / Ninjatom - 23/01/2014 / McMeghan - 26/01/2014 / GameMaster0000 - 28/01/2014 / Tortoise - 29/01/2014 / Slavandar - 13/02/2014 / Zoran - 2/3/2014 / Cant say - 5/3/2014 / Daenym - 5/3/2014 / Iceblue - 10/3/2014 / BlakDragon - 17/03/2014 / Nex1234 - 22/3/2014 / Hozu - 20/3/2014 / VaporeonIce - 28/3/2014 / J@ckie - 2/4/2014 / Ulisses Perez Silva - 10/4/2014 / Agnaktor - 23/4/2014 / Magicxgame - 3/5/2014 / Niickie - 7/5/2014 / Wallapus - 8/5/2014 / Quanyails - 20/5/2014 / Yonanoveau - 21/5/2014 / WaluigiP - 22/5/2014 / lucariomaster2 - 27/5/2014 / JavierAP - 28/5/2014 / atsync - 28/5/2014 / Sixonesix - 4/6/2014 / silver_angel - 8/6/2014 / CarlMcQ - 9/6/2014 / Phanton404 - 11/6/2014 / NoCheese - 13/6/2014 / GG Unit - 19/6/2014 / Fugglenuts - 30/6/2014 / BorG - 7/7/2014 / bayleef5 - 7/7/2014 / Stellar - 25/7/2014 / sb879 - 27/7/2014
    Last edited: Jul 28, 2014 at 11:24 PM
  2. Eppie

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    Thank you to Eppie for managing this thread for many months. The OI staff appreciates it! - Stellar
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  3. Jean mi

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    Hello guys,

    I don't think there's a thread about it yet, so here I start ^^.

    The battle Maison is a new battle facility similar to the battle tower or the battle subway from the previous gens. It's found in Kiloude town and only accessible after beating the elite 4. The goal is to beat the highest numbers of trainers in a row in single, double, triple, rotation or multi (doubles with 2 players) battles.

    The "regular" series lasts 20 battles with a boss at the 20th battle. Beating the boss unlocks the "super" version similar to the subway.

    Each win gives battle points and you can save your progress after each battle.

    I made a team for the single battles based around Mega Blaziken because it's overpowered as fuck :D. My pokes are EV trained but don't have the perfect nature and EVs because I'm lazy :p. It's not perfect but here's my team :

    [​IMG]
    Klefki
    Leftovers
    Ability : Prankster
    EVs : Max HP, spread in def and Spdef
    Play Rough
    Spikes
    Reflect
    Light Screen

    No matter how much genwunners will complain about this guy, it's a great supporter ! Priority screens allows to give time to put spikes and help Blaziken switch and set up. Spikes are mainly there to break sturdy and sashes and play rough is to hit dragons who may wall Blaziken. It has an adamant nature hence the physical fairy move.


    [​IMG]
    Blaziken
    @Blazikenite
    Ability : Speed Boost
    EVs : Max att, max Spe
    Flare Blitz
    High Jump Kick
    Bulk up
    Shadow claw

    That big dangerous sweeper ! Flare Blitz and High Jump Kick are the super strong STABs, Bulk up is a replacement of Swords Dance because I don't think it can learn it in its game (breeding maybe ?) and shadow claw for coverage against some ghosts or psychic types like Slowbro or Jellicent. T-punch would have been better but there's no move tutor so yeah.

    [​IMG]
    Heliolisk
    magnet -> Choice specs
    Ability : Dry skin
    EVs : Max SpAtt, max Spe
    Thunderbolt
    Surf
    Grass knot
    Hyper beam

    Heliolisk is mainly there for coverage to hit Blaziken counters. It has hyper beam because I don't think it can learn Hyper voice and it's actually not bad in a 3v3 format. It's STAB and very powerful, a specs Hyper beam actually OHKO a Salamance who would cause pbs :D. I changed the item magnet for specs as soon as I got enough BP for it.

    As this team is very weak to ground, I'm about to switch Heliolisk for Gogoat :

    [​IMG]
    Gogoat
    Expert Belt -> Life orb
    Ability : Sap Sipper
    EVs : Max att, max spe
    Leaf blade
    Wild charge
    Earthquake
    Milk Drink

    For coverage against water and ground types mainly. However, this guy is also weak to flying, at least, I have wild charge against flying types.


    Did you try out the battle Maison ? Did you make a team for it or did you use your in game team ?
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2013
  4. lolnub

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    I have already beaten all the normal battles and now I do the super single battles using a pretty good team of (mega) Gyarados, Choice Scarf Garchomp and SD Aegislash. I am now at 34 and earn 5 BP after each battle which is really nice. These three are all flawless. I love the new breeding mechanics!
  5. Jean mi

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    That's great, my team doesn't work well, got owned at the round 11 of the super singles because of scarfed Torterra. Scarfed Torterra is a beast, underrated in NU lol. I tried the normal double battles with both Helioptile and Gogoat but the boss demolished me :(. Her primeape had EQ and ridiculous luck with crits :(.
  6. lolnub

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    just beat Battle Chatelaine Nita. She used Tornadus, Thundurus, Landorus. This is what I know about the movesets etc.

    Tornadus @ ?
    Substitute
    Double Team
    Hurricane
    ?

    Landorus @ Choice Scarf
    Earth Power
    Grass Knot
    ?
    ?

    Thundurus @ ?
    ?

    Won easily. Aegislash walled Tornadus hard and could hit it all the time because of Sacred Sword. Landorus came in second and I switched to Gyarados to take the expected ground move. Gyarados set up a Dragon Dance while Nita switched to Thundurus (Probably because she couldn't hit my gyarados, because Landorus was locked into Earth Power with hit Choice Scarf). I Mega-evolved and got a crit on the Thundurus to KO it and then Gyarados took a grass knot for about 75% damage. Destroyed it with Waterfall.

    When you defeat her, you get 50(!) BP. That's a lot lol.

    edit: after this battle you earn 7 BP each battle. I don't think it will go up more than that. Still, 7 BP for each battle you win is a lot. That's 49 BP after just 7 Battles. Last gen you got 10 BP for that...
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  7. Houndoomsday

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    I'm building a team consisting of SD Haxorus/Bulky Gogoat/roflstomp Blaziken
  8. Atomsage

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    Using Garchomp, Blaziken and Protean Greninja.

    Interrupted the challenge and currently on a 19 win streak in the super singles.
  9. CBManBearPig

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    Looks like everyone had the same idea as me with Aegislash. I'm still building my team, but I'm using Aegislash / MoxieMence with Memento support for easy set up. Didn't want to use overused stuff like Dragonite or Durant. Will post results.
  10. gsumbreon

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    I was on a really solid run with Blaziken, Tyrantrum, and Togekiss. Althogh that got ended after over 50 battles because of a scarfed Ramprados with Head Smash, which kinda tore holes in my team.
  11. je5us

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    I don't think DW durant is even available at the moment. I trained up a normal Greninja, Delphox and imposter ditto. It did ok but not amazing, but i'm happy for how well it did considering it was made pretty quickly and without much thought
  12. thelaytonmobile

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    You should be able to get it in Horde battles.
    Also, I've been considering using Pangoro with Parting Shot and Aegislash. Don't know what to do for the last one though. Probably Salamence or Dragonite or something.
  13. TrueSoprano

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    I got to the first boss using pretty much nothing but an Aegislash. That damn Wigglytuff screwed me over because I forgot it was fairy-type...

    I'm actually building a team now, though. So far I'm planning on Aegislash and Mega Kangaskhan, but I have no idea what my third Pokemon will be.
  14. Hidious

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    I have a 52 SS streak going with this team:

    Blaziken @ Blazikenite

    Adamant
    EV's: 252 ATT / 252 SPE / 4 HP

    -Protect
    -Baton Pass
    -High Jump Kick
    -Flare Blitz

    Aegislash @ Rocky Helmet

    Adamant
    EV's: 252 HP / 252 ATT / 4 SPD

    -Kings Shield
    -Swords Dance
    -Iron Head
    -Shadow claw

    Hydreigon @ Life Orb

    Modest
    EV's: 252 SPA / 252 SPE / 4 HP

    -Flamethrower
    -Draco Meteor
    -Focus Blast
    -Dark Pulse

    This set exploits the AI a great deal. I lead with blaziken and destroy everything I can until I have to baton pass out giving my aegislash or hydreigon my speed boosts. Then they take out what is left. I did have a few scares most notably a Lapras which parafusion hacks my blaziken after I missed with High Jump Kick. It took out my blaziken after I hit myself in the face a few times, but luckily my hydreigon swept lapras and his other two pokemon
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2013
  15. darmanitan3

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    I'm probably going to try this place once the Pokemon Transfer comes out in December, but I might train some Kalos Pokemon. Will there be Pokecheck or anything like that available for X and Y?
  16. Goutland

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    I've been using Vivillon, Aegislash, and Carbink in super singles and it's doing pretty well. Carbink is mainly filler as a fire resist as I don't have anything else good that's EV trained yet. I'll probably replace it some kind of bulky water, probably Rotom-W since I've noticed I'm so Gyarados weak (haven't seen one yet though).

    Sashed Vivillon destroys almost everything with compoundeyes sleep powder, quiver dance and hurricane. I rarely even have to use Aegislash unless my opponent gets early wakes and has t-wave or something. It's seriously a monster, you guys should try it out. Only thing that sucks is missing sleep powders (2.5% chance) and hurricanes (9% chance).
  17. Arcticblast

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    I started off doing Doubles with a team of my ingame party - Noivern, Chesnaught, Aurorus and MegaBlastoise - and lost after 18 battles when I lost Blastoise to a double target on a switch then proceeded to miss five times in a row against a Shell Smashing Magcargo with Focus Blast...

    I'm currently trying to build a bulky singles team with a backup sweeper. Dragalge and Mega Aggron do a nice job of covering each other's weaknesses, but they're both weak to Ground and I need a Ground-immune sweeper. Of course though, I can't find a single fast special sweeper that doesn't share a ton of weaknesses with these Pokémon and doesn't use up my Mega slot. Should I try to find some other fast Ground-immune powerhouse? Or should I switch instead to a bulky Wish passer? (Are there even any Ground-immune Pokémon in XY that get Wish?)
  18. Goutland

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    Togekiss, Xatu, Chimecho (lol), and Unfezant (also lol). Salamence too, but that's from a gen 3 event so it's unavailable until Pokebank comes around. Togekiss is probably your best bet.
  19. kd24

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    i might post a record thread after class today, what do you guys think the cutoff of a legitimate super singles record should be (and super everything else im assuming)?
  20. Giustizia

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    Currently on 21 on Super Singles; running Mega DD Gyarados, SD Aegislash and Modest Wallbreaker/Wall(?) Goodra(!).

    Mega Gyarados @ Gyaradosinite
    Jolly
    252HP/252Atk/4Spd
    -Dragon Dance
    -Waterfall
    -Stone Edge
    -Ice Fang/ EQ(So viable with Mold Breaker)

    Aegislash @ Rocky Helmet
    Relaxed
    252HP/252Atk/4Def
    -Swords Dance
    -King's Shield
    -Iron Head (Over Sacred Sword for Fairy cover)
    -Shadow Sneak

    Goodra(!) @LO
    Modest
    252HP/252Spa/4SpDef
    -Dragon Pulse
    -T-Bolt
    -Ice Beam
    -Focus Miss


    Core of Dragon + Aegislash is really starting to show up, Aegislash for #1 Fairy Killer!
    -But seriously, this is looking to be a pretty popular core.
    -Possible early 6th Gen Meta possibility? DragMag without the 'Mag'...?
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2013
  21. TheMantyke

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    I got far enough in the normal singles portion to fight the mansion maiden or whatever the fuck she's called. Went in with an un-EVed Garchomp, Mega Charizard Y, and a Helioptile just so I could rack up enough BP to purchase the power items and actually start making a legitimate team for this thing. Garchomp's as good as ever so far, Charizard Y was alright, but I don't want to stick with Helioptile at all.

    If the 5th gen battle subway is anything to go off of, A Naughty Focus Smash Cloyster with Icicle Spear / Rock Blast / Surf / Shell Smash might brutally violate the singles line. I've gotta breed one for it! Mega Blaziken also looks excellent.
  22. kiddu

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    I'm thinking of running this now, but I'm kind of curious about how the teams/AI in this compare to those in the Battle Subway & Battle Frontier. Is the hax level about the same or did it get better?
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2013
  23. Giustizia

    Giustizia

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    I've encountered two separate Sub-Sand Veil Garchomp teams and a Double Team spamming Gardevoir on my travels.

    So Game Freak still-a like-a the hax...
  24. CBManBearPig

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    I think that 70 like with the Subway would be a good standard, but with all this new abusable stuff like Aegislash and Megas it might need to be more like 75 or even 100. Just my thoughts.
  25. Campber7741

    Campber7741

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    My team for Super Singles so far has been Drought Ninetales / Chlorophyll Venasaur / Multiscale Dragonite. So far hasn't worked out well for me, as the furthest I've gotten has been the 5th trainer.
    Any advice?

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