Eternal Pokémon (Voting Phase - Poliwhirl, Shellder, Staryu, & Lombre)

120 / 105 / 90 bulk is pretty good with that typing, but when you add a move that 2HKOs literally anything after any chip damage this thing is plain broken. If you meant halves target's current HP, then you can leave the submission as it is, but if you did mean maximum HP, then yeah, take like 70 points from bulk and add to Atk or SpA.[/USER]
Oops, my bad, it was actually current HP (Like Super Fang and similars), let me fix that
 
Drifloon: S. Court, Exploudit, Origin0
Yamask: Earlio, Origin0, Chazm
Phantump: Chazm, Mygavolt, Earlio
Pumpkaboo: Earlio, Origin0, Victor

A lot of these signature moves are pretty wacky, not sure how I feel about it.
 
Pumpkaboo: Chazm, Origin0, Exploudit
Yamask: Origin0, Earlio, Chazm
Drifloon: S. Court, Mygavolt, Earlio
Phantump: S. Court, Chazm, Mygavolt
 
Congrats for Earlio on achieving Blue Flower Rank, and congrats for S. Court on achieving Orange Flower Rank! Here are the winners:

Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Drifloon-Eternal
New Type:


New Stat distribution:

HP: 100 (+10)
Atk:
37 (-13)
Def:
80 (+46)
Sp. Atk:
110 (+50)
Sp. Def:
80 (+36)
Spe:
90 (+20)

Signature Move: Nosokinesis |
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| 5 PP | 100 BP | 100 Acc | This move's power is increased by 1,5x if it has a status move, and it transfer the status problem to the enemy. if it transfer the status, the user regains 25% of max HP.
Z-Move:
Shattered Psyche |
| 180 BP

Design/Flavor: -

Competitive Analysis: Ghost/Psychic is a great offensive typing and Nosokinesis has a really high BP if you mix it with Flame Orb and Flare Boost, and has the ability to cripple a good amount of Pokemon. This move has few PP and Drifloon-Eternal has a terrible defensive typing.

Name: Yamask-Eternal
New Type:

New Stats:
HP:
110 (+72)
Atk: 30 (+0)
Def: 93 (+8)
SpA: 115 (+60)
SpD: 83 (+18)
Spe: 61 (+31)
Signature Move: Soul Stamp /
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/ 5 PP / 110 BP / 100 Acc / Yamask lets loose a burst of energy from its mask, draining away at the opponent's very identity. If the target is KOed by this move, Yamask transforms into the target and heals 50% of its max HP. / Z-Move: 185 BP Corkscrew Crash
Design/Flavor: Yamask holds a silver mask with no features on it- yet. This Yamask is searching for a face to put on its mask, frequenting graveyards and morgues. As it stands, however, its mask is sporting a poorly-drawn face, painted in what seems to be blood.
Competitive Analysis: Decently bulky special attacker that can pull some hijinks with Soul Stamp and keep sweeping with that health boost and body snatch.
Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Phantump-Eternal
New Type: Ghost/Dragon
New Stat distribution:
HP:
93 (+50)
Atk: 60 (-10)
Def: 55 (+7)
SpA: 100 (+50)
SpD: 130 (+70)
Spe: 35 (-3)
BST: 473 (+164)
Signature Move:
Ancient Ritual - Special, Dragon, 150 BP, 100% Accuracy, 5 PP | The user chants a cataclysmic tune. Calls for an attack turn 1, hits turn 4. If the opponent has been KOd by this attack, apply the Wish effect to the current Pokemon on the field. | Z-move: Devastating Drake, 210 BP
Design/Flavor: As part of an ancient cult, this Phantump grew to be more like what it was surrounded around, losing its wooden structure and revealing its true self. It glows with a blue aura from the rituals it partook in.
Competitive Analysis: Phantump-Eternal is a potent special tank with an incredible utility move that allows it to easily force switches. Unfortunately for it, other special tanks such as Magearna can easily ruin Phantump-E's day, which does mean it requires a large amount of team support to work properly. However, utilize the pressure you can exert with it, and Phantump-E can become extremely deadly.

Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Pumpkaboo-Eternal
New Type: Grass/Fire
New Stat distribution:
HP:
49 (+0) (Medium) / 44 (Small) / 54 (Large) / 59 (Super)
Atk: 46 (-20) (Medium) / 46 (Small) / 46 (Large) / 46 (Super)
Def: 120 (+50) (Medium) / 120 (Small) / 120 (Large) / 120 (Super)
SpA: 124 (+80) (Medium) / 124 (Small) / 124 (Large) / 124 (Super)
SpD: 85 (+30) (Medium) / 85 (Small) / 85 (Large) / 85 (Super)
Spe: 69 (+18) (Medium) / 74 (Small) / 64 (Large) / 59 (Super)
BST: 493 (+158)
Signature Move:
Pumpkin Flare - Fire, Special, 10 PP, - BP, 100% Accuracy | The user bursts its body and fires an array of seeds at the opponent. BP is dependent on form (20 BP for small, 22 BP for medium, 25 BP for large, 30 BP for XL), burn chance is dependent on form (8% for small, 11% for medium, 14% for large, 20% for XL), and amount of hits are based on size (6 for small, 5 for medium, 4 for large, 3 for XL). | Z-move: Inferno Overdrive, 190 BP
Design/Flavor: The top of this Pumpkaboo is known to be oddly morbid - the body is thought to have burst, causing the pattern of seeds shown on the top of the pumpkin. It is known to give people nightmares from just a single stare at the mess.
Competitive Analysis: Pumpkaboo-E is a great offensive support option due to its much wider special movepool and its new Grass/Fire typing - a rather unique typing that synergizes rather well as a check to threats such as Choice Specs Tapu Koko, Zygarde, Magearna and defensive Landorus-Therian. Its amazing exclusive move, Pumpkin Flare, is able to spread burns like wildfire whilst still doing a sizable amount of damage, especially when small sized, as its signature move is able to effectively deal 120 BP damage. This makes it an amazing fit on Bulky Offense teams as its XL forme, and on Hyper Offense teams as a Choice Specs variant.
Extra Information: Small's cumulative burn chance is 39.4%, Medium's cumulative burn chance is 44.2%, Large's cumulative burn chance is 45.3%, and XL's cumulative burn chance is 48.8%.

  • Chazm - 1
  • S. Court - 13
  • Origin0 - 1
  • Mygavolt - 5
  • Earlio - 4
  • Exploudit - 10

  • Chazm - 3
  • S. Court - 3
  • Origin0 - 5
  • Mygavolt - 1
  • Earlio - 14
  • Exploudit - 4

  • Chazm - 10
  • S. Court - 9
  • Origin0
  • Mygavolt - 7
  • Earlio - 3
  • Exploudit - 1

  • Chazm - 7
  • S. Court - 5
  • Origin0 - 6
  • Mygavolt - 3
  • Earlio - 5
  • Exploudit - 4

Discussion Phase up! Please try to post competitive sets, cores or whatever for the winning mons in this round, next slate will be up Saturday later on.
 
Hoh, Eternal-Yamask certainly is interesting, good overall bulk to resist attacks and the ability to act as a better Ditto (in the sense of bulk with its HP). It won't work as a revenge killer as Ditto does, but it can act as a interesting wincon stealer... It's a bit situational, but scoring a KO with Eternal-Yamask shouldn't be THAT difficult

I'll post more later
 
Hoh, Eternal-Yamask certainly is interesting, good overall bulk to resist attacks and the ability to act as a better Ditto (in the sense of bulk with its HP). It won't work as a revenge killer as Ditto does, but it can act as a interesting wincon stealer... It's a bit situational, but scoring a KO with Eternal-Yamask shouldn't be THAT difficult

I'll post more later
I made sure to keep that speed low and make it fire weak to keep volc-revenge into auto sweeps not possible ;)

On a different note I’m sure drifloon becomes REALLY annoying in the late game once darks are gone. That move is nasty, but it can’t really do much early game with 90 speed and terrible defensive prowess

E: Exploudit update the archive :(
 
Here's a few sample sets for Pumpkaboo-Eternal:

Choice Specs:
Pumpkaboo-Small-Eternal @ Choice Specs
Ability: Frisk
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
IVs: 0 Atk
Modest Nature
- Pumpkin Flare
- Giga Drain / Energy Ball
- Psychic
- Shadow Ball / Dark Pulse

This set is meant to showcase off the pure power of Pumpkin Flare, and isn't really the go-to set for Pumpkaboo-Eternal. However, due to the lack of defensive Fire-types in OU, there is amazing potential for this set. Pumpkin Flare is its go-to STAB, which can spread burns and deal extreme damage to even the most resistant of targets (252+ SpA Choice Specs Pumpkaboo-Small Fire Blast (120 BP) vs. 0 HP / 4 SpD Latios: 143-168 (47.5 - 55.8%) -- 81.6% chance to 2HKO - this is near Char-Y levels of powerful). Giga Drain is to help it grab back HP that it might lose from entry hazards and to hit Water-types not named Toxapex. Energy Ball is a more offensive option that could be utilized. Psychic hits Toxapex mainly, as Pumpkin Flare hits basically every other Poison-type in the tier for the same or more damage. Finally, Shadow Ball and Dark Pulse round up its coverage, allowing it to hit the Latis harder if it predicts correctly.

Defensive:
Pumpkaboo-Super-Eternal @ Leftovers
Ability: Frisk
EVs: 248 HP / 252 Def / 8 SpD
IVs: 0 Atk
Bold Nature
- Pumpkin Flare
- Synthesis
- Giga Drain
- Filler (Will-o-wisp, screens, etc)

This is the much more defensive set, and this is the one you should go-to. Despite Pumpkin Flare's lower power on this set, its burn chance is much greater, allowing it to spread burns much easier, and still hit moderately hard. It is, however, extremely heavily pressured by Stealth Rock, and finds a lot of things a Grass-type should check impossible to deal with with them on the field.
 
Tank -> Break
Yamask-Eternal @ Assault Vest
Ability: Mummy
EVs: 248 HP / 160 SpA / 104 SpD
Modest Nature
- Soul Stamp
- Shadow Ball
- Hidden Power Fighting
- Knock Off
Bulky AssVest user that can switch in on many special attackers (Read: Magearna) and proceed to bop them with Soul Stamp to heal back up and possibly punch a few holes in the opponents team before being forced out again. It doesn't retain its form on switch, after all, so Soul Stamp could just be seen as a neat "Heal on Kill" move. All of the other moves are virtually useless, but Shadow Ball is good for neutral damage and HP Fight hits... Greninja? Not that you'd ever switch in.

The wacky EV spread makes sure that Yamask lives an Earth Power from LO Kyub after rocks and OHKOes in return with Soul Stamp

Utility
Yamask-Eternal @ Leftovers/Colbur Berry
Ability: Mummy
EVs: 248 HP / 8 SpA / 252 SpD
Calm Nature
- Soul Stamp
- Shadow Ball
- Toxic Spikes
- Will-O-Wisp
Just a bulky utility set that takes advantage of the fact that Ghost/Steel is a broken typing. Not sure if Pain Split should be added with such a high HP stat.

An OTR set would be bad, stop talking
 
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I know, I know, I'm really inactive in this, OP is like 3 months old, but I'm really really busy this week cuz' this upcoming weekend and the previous weekend we had the ENEM here in Brasil which is like our ACT / SAT. But, at least I have Tuesdays kind of free, so here it goes, as suggested by Mygavolt:

Current Slate

High-Level Single Stage Evolutions.
Rufflet - Vullaby - Larvesta

Both Rufflet & Vullaby will have a BST of 509 each, and Larvesta will have a BST of 549. Have fun :)​
 

Name: Rufflet-Eternal

New Stat distribution:
HP:
80 (+10)
Atk: 103 (+20)
Def: 70 (+20)
SpA: 83 (+46)
SpD: 70 (+20)
Spe: 103 (+43)
BST: 509 (+159)
Signature Move: Tactical Assault |
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| 100 BP | 10 PP | 100% Acc | "The user smartly prepares to assault its foe." | +12 to Accuracy. Never Misses. | Z Move - 180 BP All-Out Pumelling
Design/Flavor: Rufflet is always preppared to battle and radiates an aura that gives confidence to any Pokémon nearby.
Competitive Analysis: A deadly Wallbreaker with very spammable STABs in Return and Tactical Assault thanks to Hustle and Choice Band making its Attack stat reach astronomical levels. Access to U-turn is also nice, specially when Ghost-types hard wall it.

Name: Vullaby-Eternal

New Stat distribution:
HP:
69 (-1)
Atk: 144 (+89)
Def: 99 (+24)
SpA: 44 (-1)
SpD: 69 (+4)
Spe: 84 (+24)
BST: 509 (+139)
Signature Move: Heartbreak |
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| 100 BP | 10 PP | -- Acc | "Thanks to its fragile emotions, the user gets upset at the foe claiming it had its heart broken by the foe." | If the user's Attack stat not maximized (+6), the user halves its HP and gives +12 to it's Attack stat. If it's Attack is maximized then the move works regularly but gives the user 1/4 recoil. Never Misses. | Z Move - 180 BP Twinkle Tackle
Design/Flavor: Vullaby's Heart gets a lot bigger and emmanates an aura that is said to make opponents fall in love with it (I know Vullaby is ugly, don't ask me how!).
Competitive Analysis: Unlike its fully evolved forme, Vullaby takes on a more offensive route and can be a powerful sweeper or Wallbreaker.

Name: Larvesta-Eternal

New Stat distribution:
HP:
99 (+44)
Atk: 44 (-41)
Def: 69 (+14)
SpA: 144 (+94)
SpD: 99 (+44)
Spe: 94 (+34)
BST: 549 (+189)
Signature Move: Sun Dance |
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| -- BP | 5 PP | -- Acc | "The user sacrifices its vital energy as a gift for the sun, therefore summoning stronger daylight along with a boost to its power." | -5 Priority. User decreases it HP until it's left with one hit point, the exact number of hit points is lot by the foe as well (à la Final Gambit). Sets up Sunny Day, and Boosts user's Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed by one stage each. Never Misses. | Z Move - 180 BP Inferno Overdrive
Design/Flavor: Larvesta's fiery things grow further and have a golden glow. A Fiery Aura orbits its body.
Competitive Analysis: Larvesta doesn't get Quiver Dance, outrageous, right? Well, not anymore, now Larvesta has a move capable of putting it into Swarm range, setting up Sun and giving it the same boosts as Quiver Dance while also weakening whatever is in front of it. The tricky part? It can only set up once, as reducing its own HP to one point means the weakest of any attacks will be capable of KOing it, well, it can use Morning Sun, I guess, but it would still need two turns to set up, something it can't really afford to do reliably, meaning most 95+ Scarfers such as Lele and what nt give it a fair share of trouble and literally every single priority user can pick it off at 1 HP, despite all that, once priority users and Scarfers are gone... Oh Boy, it will be a beautiful sweep!
 
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Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Rufflet-Eternal
New Type: Normal/Fighting
New Stat distribution:
HP:
110 (+40)
Atk: 103 (+20)
Def: 90 (+40)
SpA: 46 (+9)
SpD: 70 (+20)
Spe: 90 (+30)
BST: 509 (+159)
Signature Move: Flying Dream - Flying, Physical, 120 BP, 10 PP, - Acc | The user launches skyward turn 1, and forcefully slams its body onto the opponent turn 2. Both turns count as separate attacks: turn 1 hits the target with a 120 BP move using Flying effectiveness, and turn 2 hits the target with a 120 BP move using Fighting-type effectiveness. | Z-move: Supersonic Skystrike, 200 BP
Design/Flavor: This Rufflet was unfortunately born with stunted wings, making it unable to fly. However, as a result, it has channeled its inner fighting spirit in its incredibly strong legs, allowing it to jump insanely high. Some say it can jump even higher than Magikarp.
Competitive Analysis: An amazing Bulk Up user with great defensive stats, as well as a great Choice Band user due to Hustle and Fighting-STAB, allowing it to demolish even resisted targets, such as Clefable and Toxapex. However, whilst it may wallbreak incredibly well, it has a very lacking Speed stat with almost no way to counteract it other than to utilize a Choice Scarf, which does not bode well in a fast-paced metagame. It also really hates losing its Flying-STAB, which means attacks that may have allowed it to bypass Pokemon such as Zapdos constrict its movepool options.

Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Vullaby-Eternal
New Type: Dark/Bug
New Stat distribution:
HP:
80 (+10)
Atk: 60 (+5)
Def: 100 (+25)
SpA: 118 (+73)
SpD: 96 (+31)
Spe: 55 (-5)
BST: 509 (+66)
Signature Move: Flea Storm - Bug, Special, 5 PP, 120 BP, 100% Accuracy | Fires a swarm of fleas at the opponent, sapping their HP. Recovers 100% of damage dealt.
Design/Flavor: This Vullaby was born inside an abnormally large egg, which it has always been fascinated with. It picks up critters and drops it inside the egg, making it a culmination for whenever it wants to eat. Its life is easy, but it will often roam around luring more to its location.
Competitive Analysis: Awful typing, low speed... what could be so special about this Pokemon? Well, the fact is, its signature move is part of its power. A 120 BP move recovering all damage dealt is an exceedingly powerful concept, and it is given to no other than Vullaby-E. This allows it to become a hard to take down wallbreaker that can switch into various Grass-types and - more importantly, Zygarde, and start breaking down mons that might stand in its way. Its Dark coverage helps with this considerably, unfortunately for it, leaving a weakness in Fairy that it can't really overcome, but despite this, its signature move allows it to excel in an OU-based metagame.

Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Larvesta-Eternal
New Type: Bug/Steel
New Stat distribution:
HP:
130 (+75)
Atk: 115 (+30)
Def: 85 (+30)
SpA: 79 (+29)
SpD: 85 (+30)
Spe: 55 (-5)
BST: 549 (+189)
Signature Move: Flint Slash - Steel, 70 BP, 15 PP, Physical, 100% Accuracy | The user slices its tail against the opponent, attempting to light it. The user recovers HP dependent on the opponent's typing - if it is Fire, it will recover 1/2 HP. If it is Water, it will not recover HP at all. Else it will recover 1/4 HP.
Design/Flavor: This Larvesta is incredibly large, and is coated with a massive coat of iron, with its tail being specifically sharp. There are holes where its molten spikes were, which seem to flare up every time its blade collides with something.
Competitive Analysis: An amazing pivot with two pivoting moves to choose from... however, that's all it can really do apart from burn things with Will-o-wisp. Larvesta-E has the ability to use a Choice Band set due to its signature move, allowing it to recover HP every time it switches out, bar hitting a Water-type (which can be troubling against Balance teams). However, its main set is defensive, as it gets an almost-reliable recovery in Morning Sun, which it can use with its exceptional typing and singature move to annoy Fire-types that might switch in such as both Mega Charizards, and Heatran.
 
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Name of the Eternal Pokémon:
Rufflet
New Type: Steel/Flying
New Stat distribution: 70/100(+17)/95(+45)/40(+3)/75(+25)/120(+60) (500)
Signature Move: Steel Talon 100 BP/ 95% / 10 PP / Steel / Physical / 20% chance to lower the target defense by a stage. / The user flies close to the target and tear at the foe.
Z Move- Corkscrew Crash / 170 BP /
Design/Flavor: Rufflet head fluff and claws is now made of a steel like substance that can cut many things. Rufflet can carry foes and things more than double its weight.
Competitive Analysis: An offensive Steel/Flying Pokemon that possess decent bulk. Rufflet have access to 2 powerful moves in Brave Bird and Steel Talon. Able to run a Scarf or Banded set effective.



Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Vullaby
New Type: Dark
New Stat distribution: 105(+35)/70(+15)/140(+65)/60(+15)/65/60 (500)
Signature Move: Bone Shatter 150 BP / 80% / 5 PP / Dark / Physical / Lower the User speed but raise attack / The user shatter bones and attack the target
Z Move- Black Hole Eclipse / 200 BP /
Design/Flavor: Vullaby don’t fly so no flying type. Why, because this Vullaby never wanted to learn to fly. But instead want to collect bones. Because of this hobby, this Vullaby gain new stats and a new move.
Competitive Analysis: A physical wall that can raise its attack with a Bone Shatter. But it come with a downside at the cost of speed. Can take a lot of physical hits but the same thing can’t be said about the special side. But it can always roost it off.
 
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Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Rufflet-Eternal
New Type: Fighting
New Stat distribution:
HP:
110 (+40)
Atk: 123 (+40)
Def: 90 (+40)
SpA: 46 (+9)
SpD: 70 (+20)
Spe: 70 (+10)
BST: 509 (+159)
Signature Move: Flying Dream - Flying, Physical, 120 BP, 10 PP, - Acc | The user launches skyward turn 1, and forcefully slams its body onto the opponent turn 2. Both turns count as separate attacks: turn 1 hits the target with a 120 BP move using Flying effectiveness, and turn 2 hits the target with a 120 BP move using Fighting-type effectiveness. | Z-move: Supersonic Skystrike, 200 BP
Design/Flavor: This Rufflet was unfortunately born with stunted wings, making it unable to fly. However, as a result, it has channeled its inner fighting spirit in its incredibly strong legs, allowing it to jump insanely high. Some say it can jump even higher than Magikarp.
Competitive Analysis: An amazing Bulk Up user with great defensive stats, as well as a great Choice Band user due to Hustle and Fighting-STAB, allowing it to demolish even resisted targets, such as Clefable and Toxapex. However, whilst it may wallbreak incredibly well, it has a very lacking Speed stat with almost no way to counteract it other than to utilize a Choice Scarf, which does not bode well in a fast-paced metagame. It also really hates losing its Flying-STAB, which means attacks that may have allowed it to bypass Pokemon such as Zapdos constrict its movepool options.
Just a heads up, it wasn't clear if the Fighting type replaced Normal or Flying so please fix that. Also, Isn't 123 Attack with Hustle and Hone Claws a little too good? I'd nerf it to 110 at maximum, specially with a great bulk in 110 / 90 / 70.

Name of the Eternal Pokémon:
Rufflet
New Type: Steel/Flying
New Stat distribution: 70/120(+37)/75(+25)/40(+3)/75(+25)/120(+60) (500)
Signature Move: Steel Talon 100 BP/ 95% / 10 PP / Steel / Physical / 20% chance to lower the target defense by a stage. / The user flies close to the target and tear at the foe.
Z Move- Corkscrew Crash / 170 BP /
Design/Flavor: Rufflet head fluff and claws is now made of a steel like substance that can cut many things. Rufflet can carry foes and things more than double its weight.
Competitive Analysis: An offensive Steel/Flying Pokemon that possess decent bulk. Rufflet have access to 2 powerful moves in Brave Bird and Steel Talon. Able to run a Scarf or Banded set effective.
Again, base 120 with Hustle and Hone Claws is way too much, please nerf to around 105 considering it has base 120 Speed
 
Just a heads up, it wasn't clear if the Fighting type replaced Normal or Flying so please fix that. Also, Isn't 123 Attack with Hustle and Hone Claws a little too good? I'd nerf it to 110 at maximum, specially with a great bulk in 110 / 90 / 70.

Again, base 120 with Hustle and Hone Claws is way too much, please nerf to around 105 considering it has base 120 Speed
Nerfed back to the original stats I had intended it to have. I originally thought 103 was too low but of course, that backfired.

Fighting also replaces both typings - it's meant to be mono-Fighting, if you don't want that I can change
 
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Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Rufflet-Eternal
New Type:
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New Stat distribution: 84 (+14) / 40 (-43) / 85 (+35) / 110 (+73) / 95 (+45) / 95 (+35)
Signature Move: Eagle Soulblast –
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, 100 BP, 10 PP, 100 Acc, Has a 30% chance to decrease the target’s Special Defense by 1 stage, Z-move: All-Out Pummeling, 180 BP
Design/Flavor: Rufflet-Eternal uses the power of its spirit to fight, releasing bursts of energy that blow away opponents.
Competitive Analysis: A powerful Fighting/Flying special attacker with good speed and decent bulk. Sheer Force-boosted STAB Air Slash and Eagle Soulblast are probably its best moves, and it also has Heat Wave, U-turn, and Roost as other moves.


Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Vullaby-Eternal
New Type:
/

New Stat distribution: 95 (+25) / 110 (+55) / 84 (+9) / 40 (-5) / 95 (+30) / 85 (+25)
Signature Move: Condor Soulthrash –
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, 100 BP, 10 PP, 100 Acc, Has a 30% chance to decrease the target’s Defense by 1 stage, Z-move: Never-Ending Nightmare, 180 BP
Design/Flavor: Vullaby-Eternal is the spirit of a deceased Vullaby that continues haunting the living, violently attacking its targets with great malice.
Competitive Analysis: A strong Ghost/Flying physical attacker with good bulk. Weak Armor could allow it to sweep after taking a physical hit, and its best moves would be Brave Bird and Condor Soulthrash.


Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Larvesta-Eternal
New Type:
/

New Stat distribution: 70 (+15) / 135 (+50) / 90 (+35) / 50 / 90 (+35) / 114 (+54)
Signature Move: Pixie Pounce –
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, 120 BP, 10 PP, 90 Acc, If the attack misses, the user takes 33% max HP of damage, Z-move: Twinkle Tackle, 190 BP
Design/Flavor: Larvesta-Eternal spent so much time with other Fairy-types that it eventually became Fairy-type itself. It attacks by charging and pouncing at its target.
Competitive Analysis: A strong and fast Bug/Fairy physical attacker. Its best moves are Pixie Pounce, Leech Life, and U-turn, which hit hard off its high attack stat.
 
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Nerfed back to the original stats I had intended it to have. I originally thought 103 was too low but of course, that backfired.

Fighting also replaces both typings - it's meant to be mono-Fighting, if you don't want that I can change
Yeah, that makes it slightly better thanks for adjusting it :)

As for the typing, unfortunately at least one of the original typings must be keep, so it must be either Fighting/Flying or Normal/Fighing.

Overall, great submission tho :)
 

Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Rufflet-Eternal
New Type: Fighting / Flying
New Stat distribution:
Health:
70
Attack: 130
Defense: 60
Special Attack: 120
Special Defense: 60
Speed: 69
Signature Move: Freedom Strike
Power 70 Accuracy 100% PP 32 Power doubles if user is statused, 100% chance to lower foes evasion by 1 stage

Design/Flavor: Make it look like a little like the bald eagle except its feather on top
Competitive Analysis: A supreme power house capable of insane damage output, hitting with both a façade like move that is stupidly powerful. (this looks like rampardos but weaker less bulky and slightly faster so trick room does not work as well)



Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Vullaby-Eternal
New Type: Dark/Fairy
New Stat distribution:
Health:
70
Attack: 100
Defense: 80
Special Attack: 100
Special Defense: 80
Speed: 79
Signature Move: Seducing Song:
Power 80 Accuracy 100% PP 24 50% chance to lower the target's Sp. Def by 2.
Design/Flavor: Its beak becomes its lips its wings grow out longer as its body is thinner its shell becomes a dress rather then a diaper its talons becomes shoe like objects and its hair grows (basicly make it more human like)
Competitive Analysis: a very scary wall breaker being able to lower the foes SpDef and being able to boost its own while boasting pretty good defenses its self


Name of the Eternal Pokémon: Larvesta-Eternal
New Type: Bug /Fire
New Stat distribution:
Health:
55
Attack: 90
Defense: 72
Special Attack: 90
Special Defense: 72
Speed 170
Signature Move: Aphid Strife
Power 120 Accuracy 100% PP 24 Has 33% recoil. 10% chance to lower attack. Wakes user up.
Design/Flavor: its spikes become black except for the tips as they go back its hair?(trump hair) slides up and presses into its face its "claws" grow a little and its legs become spider or crab like
Competitive Analysis: a very fast attacker its u turns will heart it basicly is a pheromosa with slightly less power a bit more bulk and slightly faster
 
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Name: Rufflet-Eternal
New Type:

New Stats:
HP:
99 (+29)
Atk: 104 (+21)
Def: 84 (+34)
SpA: 41 (+4)
SpD: 84 (+34)
Spe: 97 (+37)
Signature Move: Manifest Destiny /
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/ 90 BP / 90 Acc / 10 PP / Grasping at the chance to gain power in justice, Rufflet assaults the target. Deals 50% more damage and never misses if Rufflet is hit on the turn of the attack. / Z-Move: 170 BP Supersonic Skystrike
Flavor: Rufflet is a deeper blue, and purer white, and a more intense red. Having struck off from its nest in spite of Braviary's protests, this Rufflet has grown incredibly strong and is seen as the symbolic symbol of freedom in Unova. It is, however, easily angered and will attack at the slightest offense to defend its honor. It gains more powerful from these skirmishes. 'Merica
Competitive Analysis: With the power of a hundred drone strikes and a strong sense of justice, Rufflet-Eternal is one powerful fella. With a great signature move (albeit with an unappealing caveat), this symbol of freedom is a simple hone claws attacker or somethin'. I don't know. I just wanted to see a move named Manifest Destiny.


Name: Vullaby-Eternal
New Type:

New Stats:
HP:
133 (+53)
Atk: 61 (+6)
Def 76 (+1)
SpA: 95 (+40)
SpD: 87 (+22)
Spe: 57 (+4)
Signature Move: Monopolize /
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/ 100 BP / 100 Acc / 5 PP / Striking away at the opponent's livelihood, Vullaby restores 75% of damage dealt while applying an embargo effect to the opponent. / Z-Move: 180 BP Black Hole Eclipse
Flavor: Vullaby is incredibly fat, holding a cane made from bone in one hand and its down feathers making a beard of sorts around its beak. The heart on the "diaper" now resembles meowth's coin. Capitalism!
Competitive Analysis: Very bulky stallbreaker of sorts with Monopolize.


Name: Larvesta-Eternal
New Type:

New Stats:
HP:
105 (+30)
Atk: 135 (+50)
Def: 100 (+50)
SpA: 59 (+9)
SpD: 65 (+10)
Spe: 85 (+25)
Signature Move: Stinging Flames /
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/ 100 BP / 100 Acc / 15 PP / Pointing its five horns forward and charging the opponent, Larvesta burns through the opponent. This attack ignores abilities while attacking. / Z-Move: 180 BP Inferno Overdrive
Flavor: Larvesta's "fur" is now ashen-gray and forms a sort of grill around its eyes. Its horns are an inert gray and tucked down, but can be frilled out and powered up when needed. These horns are rumored to each contain the power of a volcano.
Competitive Analysis: See what I did there with Volcarona's stats? Anyhow, this is a decently bulky offensive pivot with a really good STAB that beats Heatran. The rocks weakness sucks but there sure is a lot of defog coming in USUM :^)

Larvesta @ Charcoal / Muscle Band (????)
Ability: Flame Body
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe
Impish Nature
- Stinging Flames
- U-Turn
- Morning Sun / Leech Life
- Will-O-Wisp/ Zen Headbutt
Standard STABS in Stinging Flames + U-Turn and recovery in Morning Sun or Leech Life. Will-O-Wisp is good utility while Zen Headbutt bops pex.
 
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