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Froslass (Analysis)

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  1. Cybertron

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    Froslass

    [Overview]

    <p>Despite her unique typing and impressive base 110 Speed, Froslass's poor defensive abilities and reliance on hail restrict her potential in the VGC 2012 metagame. However, she is still an excellent fit for any hail team, with the ability to spam Blizzard while outspeeding most common Pokemon, including Garchomp and Zapdos. Although Froslass's stats are rather mediocre, they allow her to take a couple of hits while still dealing a great amount of damage. When utilized correctly, she is a perfect fit for any hail team.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Hail Sweeper
    move 1: Blizzard
    move 2: Shadow Ball
    move 3: Taunt / Destiny Bond
    move 4: Protect
    item: Focus Sash / Ice Gem
    ability: Snow Cloak
    nature: Timid
    evs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>This set allows Froslass to work on a hail team to her full potential. With access to STAB Blizzard, Froslass is able to dish out massive damage to common Pokemon weak to Ice-type attacks, such as Garchomp, Zapdos, Tornadus, Thundurus, Landorus, and Latios. Shadow Ball allows Froslass to hit Pokemon that resist Blizzard, such as Metagross, and Pokemon that are weak to Ghost-type attacks, such as Chandelure, Cresselia, and Jellicent. The third move is a toss-up between Taunt and Destiny Bond. Taunt allows Cresselia to shut down defensively based Pokemon such as Amoonguss and Cresselia, but falls short if the opponent carries a Mental Herb. Destiny Bond is an interesting move that can be used in conjunction with Focus Sash, taking down massive threats in one shot. Finally, Protect is used to shield Froslass while letting her partner take down common threats.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>Froslass's EVs are straightforward but effective. With a Timid nature and maximum investment in Speed, she can outrun anything with less than 110 base Speed while Speed tying with common Pokemon such as Latios. With a Focus Sash, Froslass is able to take hits from anything and dish out at least one powerful Blizzard before going down. It also prevents Froslass from being KOed by Latios's Draco Meteor before it can retaliate with Blizzard for an OHKO. However, with Tyranitar running rampant in the VGC 2012 metagame, it can often go to waste. An Ice Gem-boosted Blizzard is incredibly strong and allows Froslass to OHKO many threats, but leaves Froslass wide open to attacks. Snow Cloak should be used over Cursed Body, Froslass's Dream World ability, to make it harder for attacks to hit Froslass under the hail. Paired with a Focus Sash, Froslass can often be frustrating to take out.</p>

    <p>Froslass should obviously be paired with Abomasnow to increase Blizzard's accuracy and take advantage of the hail; Blizzard's 70% accuracy is awfully unreliable and should be avoided outside of hail unless absolutely necessary. Froslass and Abomasnow can spam Blizzard repeatedly without having to worry about it missing.</p>

    [Other Options]

    <p>Froslass also has access to many interesting and somewhat useful moves that can be used to catch your opponent off guard. Icy Wind is great for doing decent damage to Pokemon that are weak to it, as well as slowing down threats. Confuse Ray has an impressive 100% accuracy and can cause incredible frustration to your opponent. Ice Shard can be used to finish off Pokemon that have very little HP remaining. Other offensive moves that give Froslass coverage include Ice Beam, which enables her to attack reliably outside of hail, Psychic, and Thunderbolt. Some other interesting support moves Froslass has access to include Hail, Light Screen, Thunder Wave, and Trick.</p>

    <p>Froslass can also be used with a Choice Scarf or Choice Specs. Choice Scarf allows Froslass to outspeed Latios and the genies and OHKO them with Blizzard, but leaves her very vulnerable to attacks. Because Froslass already has an impressive base 110 Speed, she can also use Choice Specs to dish out massive Blizzards turn after turn; however, it also leaves her wide open to attacks. Both Choice Scarf and Choice Specs can be used in conjunction with Trick to render Pokemon such as Ferrothorn, Cresselia, and Amoonguss useless. Brightpowder and Snow Cloak make it incredibly hard to even touch Froslass, but a single super effective move will take her down.</p>

    [Checks and Counters]

    <p>Because Froslass has very mediocre defensive stats, she will often go down to any non-resisted attack in two or fewer hits. Common moves that hit for super effective damage, such as Tyranitar's Rock Slide and Crunch, Zapdos's Heat Wave, and Scizor's Bullet Punch, will easily OHKO if Froslass does not have a Focus Sash. Pokemon that are not damaged a lot by Blizzard or Shadow Ball, such as Heatran and Scizor, can easily wall Froslass and KO her. Pokemon such as Politoed, Tyranitar, and Ninetales all change the weather, tank hits from Froslass, and make it a lot more difficult to attack with Blizzard. Froslass also hates dealing with Sucker Punch, which restricts her abilities. Wide Guard completely shuts down Blizzard for one turn.</p>
  2. Cybertron

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    Guess this is ready for QC, it's so much worse now because of Politoed/Ninetales/T-tar :(
  3. Lucien Lachance

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    Ctrl + Trick. Nothing.

    With a Choice Scarf, it can sort of counter Trick Room teams by locking their Cresselia into using Trick Room forcing them to switch. A lot of Trick Room teams use only one Trick Room setter, which is a huge advantage if you can Trick them. OO is where it should be.
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    This seems good, 1/2 I think this is solely intended as a Hail abuser you can just unslash Ice Beam and mention it in AC.
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    yes froslass is the best
    qc 2 / 2
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    thanks guys, and yeah Len I agree but people were telling me to do it lol, I'll write this up now! thanks again :D
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    If you want to solely rely on hax, you can run Bright Powder with Snow Cloak to really screw people up. It works best with Substitute, as you have a 30% chance every turn that they will miss you, and with Froslass's great speed stat, you will be moving first most of the time. It's a gimmick though, so it relys mostly on luck.
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    Yeah, I'll mention that in OO. Writing this up now!
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    You will need a Dreamworld section. Froslass's Dream World ability is Cursed Body, which is better than Snow Cloak when you aren't using her on a Hail team (and even on a Hail team has marginal use), and even works behind a Substitute. However due to her low defenses and bad defensive typing, she doesn't have the bulk to take advantage of it like Jellicent can.
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    Finally typed this up. Ready for GP checks now!
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    [Overview]

    <p>Despite her unique typing and an impressive base 110 Speed, Froslass's poor defensive abilities and reliance on hail restrict her potential in the VGC 2012 metagame. However, she is still an excellent fit for any hail team, with the ability to spam Blizzard while outspeeding most several common Pokemon, including such as Garchomp and Zapdos. Although Froslass's stats are rather mediocre, they allow for her to take a couple of hits while still dealing a attacking for great amount of damage. Be careful: if you aren't properly prepared, you'll be caught by her brutal storms (this is a clumsy attempt at a metaphor in a rather clichéd closing sentence; consider a new one entirely).</p>

    [SET]
    name: Hail Sweeper
    move 1: Blizzard
    move 2: Shadow Ball
    move 3: Taunt / Destiny Bond
    move 4: Protect
    item: Focus Sash / Ice Gem
    nature: Timid
    ability: Snow Cloak
    evs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spd

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>This set allows Froslass abuses Froslass's ability to work in a Hail team to her full potential. With access to a STAB Blizzard, Froslass is able to dish massive damage to common Pokemon weak to Ice, such as Garchomp, Zapdos, Tornadus, Thundurus, Landorus, and Latios. Shadow Ball allows Froslass to hit Pokemon that resist Blizzard such as Metagross as well as hitting Pokemon that are weak to Ghost, such as Chandelure, Cresselia, and Jellicent. The third move is a toss-up between Taunt and Destiny Bond. Taunt allows Cresselia to shut down defensively based Pokemon such as Amoonguss and Cresselia, but falls short if the opponent carries to a Mental Herb. Destiny Bond is an interesting move that can be used in conjunction with Focus Sash, taking down massive threats in one shot. Finally, Protect is used to protect Froslass while letting her partner take down common threats.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>Froslass's EVs are straightforward but effective. With a Timid nature and maximum investment in Speed, it allows for her to she can outrun anything with less than under base 110 base Speed while as well as Speed tying with common Pokemon such as Latios. With a Focus Sash, Froslass is able to take hits from anything and dish out at least one powerful Blizzard before going down. It also prevents Froslass from being KOed by a Latios's Draco Meteor before it can retaliate while retaliating with a KO with Blizzard for an OHKO. However, with Tyranitar running rampant in the VGC 2012 metagame, it can often go to waste. An Ice Gem boosted Blizzard is incredibly strong and allows Froslass to OHKO many threats, but leaves Froslass wide open to attacks. Snow Cloak should be used over Cursed Body, Froslass's Dream World ability, to make it harder for attacks to hit Froslass under the hail. Paired with a Focus Sash, Froslass can often be frustrating to take out.</p>

    <p>Froslass should obviously be paired with Abomasnow to increase Blizzard's accuracy and take advantage of the hail. Blizzard's accuracy of 70 is awfully unreliable and should never be used relied upon outside of without hail unless absolutely necessary. Froslass and Abomasnow can spam Blizzard back to back repeatedlywithout having to worry about it missing.</p>

    [Other Options]

    <p>Froslass also has access to a lot of interesting, but not as so useful moves, that can be used to catch your opponent off guard. Icy Wind is great for doing decent damage to Pokemon that are weak to it, as well as slowing down threats. Confuse Ray has an impressive 100% accuracy and can cause incredible frustration to your opponent. Ice Shard can be used to finish offv up Pokemon that have very little HP remaining. Other offensive moves attacks that give Froslass coverage include Ice Beam, which enables her to attack reliably outside of without the hail, Psychic, and Thunderbolt. Some other interesting support moves Froslass has access to include Hail, Light Screen, Thunder Wave, and Trick.</p>

    <p>Froslass can also be used with a Choice Scarf or Choice Specs. Choice Scarf allows Froslass to outspeed Latios and the genies and OHKO them with Blizzard, but leaves her very vulnerable to attacks. Because Froslass already has an impressive base 110 Speed, Choice Specs can also be used to dish out massive Blizzards turn after turn. However, it also leaves her wide open to attacks. Both Choice Scarf and Choice Specs can be used in conjunction with Trick to render Pokemon such as Ferrothorn, Cresselia, and Amoonguss useless. Brightpowder and Snow Cloak make it incredibly hard to even touch Froslass, but a single super-effective move will take her down.</p>

    [Checks and Counters]

    <p>Because Froslass has very mediocre defensive stats, it she will often go down to any non-resisted attack in two or fewer less hits. Common moves that hit for super effective damage, such as Tyranitar's Rock Slide and Crunch, Zapdos's Heat Wave, or and Scizor's Bullet Punch, will easily OHKO if Froslass does not have a Focus Sash. Pokemon that are not damaged a lot by Blizzard or Shadow Ball, such as Heatran or andScizor, can easily wall Froslass and KO her. Weather inducing Pokemon such as Politoed, Tyranitar, and Ninetales all change the weather, tank hits from Froslass, and make it a lot more difficult to attack with Blizzard. Froslass also hates dealing with Sucker Punch, which restricts her abilities. Wide Guard completely shuts down Blizzard for one turn.</p>


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  13. Cybertron

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    Changes made, I'm terribly uncreative so pardon me for the last sentence. Thanks for the check, 1 more!
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    [Overview]

    <p>Despite her unique typing and an impressive base 110 Speed, Froslass's poor defensive abilities and reliance on hail restrict her potential in the VGC 2012 metagame. However, she is still an excellent fit for any hail team, with the ability to spam Blizzard while outspeeding most common Pokemon, including Garchomp and Zapdos. Although Froslass's stats are rather mediocre, they allow her to take a couple of hits while still dealing a great amount of damage. When utilized correctly, she is a perfect fit for any Hhail team.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Hail Sweeper
    move 1: Blizzard
    move 2: Shadow Ball
    move 3: Taunt / Destiny Bond
    move 4: Protect
    item: Focus Sash / Ice Gem
    nature: Timid
    ability: Snow Cloak
    nature: Timid
    evs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spde

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>This set allows Froslass to work in a Hhail team to her full potential. With access to STAB Blizzard, Froslass is able to dish out massive damage to common Pokemon weak to Ice, such as Garchomp, Zapdos, Tornadus, Thundurus, Landorus, and Latios. Shadow Ball allows Froslass to hit Pokemon that resist Blizzard,(comma) such as Metagross,(comma) as well as hittingnd Pokemon that are weak to Ghost, such as Chandelure, Cresselia, and Jellicent. The third move is a toss-up between Taunt and Destiny Bond. Taunt allows Cresselia to shut down defensively based Pokemon such as Amoonguss and Cresselia, but falls short if the opponent carries a Mental Herb. Destiny Bond is an interesting move that can be used in conjunction with Focus Sash, taking down massive threats in one shot. Finally, Protect is used to protectshield (Didn't like the redundancy of "Protect is used to protect" haha) Froslass while letting her partner take down common threats.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>Froslass's EVs are straightforward but effective. With a Timid nature and maximum investment in Speed, she can outrun anything with less than 110 base Speed while Speed tying with common Pokemon such as Latios. With a Focus Sash, Froslass is able to take hits from anything and dish out at least one powerful Blizzard before going down. It also prevents Froslass from being KOed by Latios's Draco Meteor before it can retaliate with Blizzard for an OHKO. However, with Tyranitar running rampant in the VGC 2012 metagame, it can often go to waste. An Ice Gem-(hyphen)boosted Blizzard is incredibly strong and allows Froslass to OHKO many threats, but leaves Froslass wide open to attacks. Snow Cloak should be used over Cursed Body, Froslass's Dream World ability, to make it harder for attacks to hit Froslass under the hail. Paired with a Focus Sash, Froslass can often be frustrating to take out.</p>

    <p>Froslass should obviously be paired with Abomasnow to increase Blizzard's accuracy and take advantage of the hail.; Blizzard's 70% accuracy of 70 is awfully unreliable and should never be relied uponbe avoided (Again, I didn't like the redundancy of "unreliable and should never be relied upon," this was the best replacement I came up with >_>) outside of hail unless absolutely necessary. Froslass and Abomasnow can spam Blizzard repeatedly without having to worry about it missing.</p>

    [Other Options]

    <p>Froslass also has access to a lot of interesting, but not so usefulmoves, that can be used to catch your opponent off guard. Icy Wind is great for doing decent damage to Pokemon that are weak to it, as well as slowing down threats. Confuse Ray has an impressive 100% accuracy and can cause incredible frustration to your opponent. Ice Shard can be used to finish off Pokemon that have very little HP remaining. Other offensive moves that give Froslass coverage include Ice Beam, which enables her to attack reliably outside of hail, Psychic, and Thunderbolt. Some other interesting support moves Froslass has access to include Hail, Light Screen, Thunder Wave, and Trick.</p>

    <p>Froslass can also be used with a Choice Scarf or Choice Specs. Choice Scarf allows Froslass to outspeed Latios and the genies and OHKO them with Blizzard, but leaves her very vulnerable to attacks. Because Froslass already has an impressive base 110 Speed, Choice Specsshe can also be used Choice Specs to dish out massive Blizzards turn after turn. H; however, it also leaves her wide open to attacks. Both Choice Scarf and Choice Specs can be used in conjunction with Trick to render Pokemon such as Ferrothorn, Cresselia, and Amoonguss useless. Brightpowder and Snow Cloak make it incredibly hard to even touch Froslass, but a single super-(remove hyphen)effective move will take her down.</p>

    [Checks and Counters]

    <p>Because Froslass has very mediocre defensive stats, she will often go down to any non-resisted attack in two or fewer hits. Common moves that hit for super effective damage, such as Tyranitar's Rock Slide and Crunch, Zapdos's Heat Wave,(space)and Scizor's Bullet Punch, will easily OHKO if Froslass does not have a Focus Sash. Pokemon that are not damaged a lot by Blizzard or Shadow Ball, such as Heatran(space)and Scizor, can easily wall Froslass and KO her. Weather inducing Pokemon such as Politoed, Tyranitar, and Ninetales all change the weather, tank hits from Froslass, and make it a lot more difficult to attack with Blizzard. Froslass also hates dealing with Sucker Punch, which restricts her abilities. Wide Guard completely shuts down Blizzard for one turn.</p>


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    [Overview]

    <p>Despite her unique typing and impressive base 110 Speed, Froslass's poor defensive abilities and reliance on hail restrict her potential in the VGC 2012 metagame. However, she is still an excellent fit for any hail team, with the ability to spam Blizzard while outspeeding most common Pokemon, including Garchomp and Zapdos. Although Froslass's stats are rather mediocre, they allow her to take a couple of hits while still dealing a great amount of damage. When utilized correctly, she is a perfect fit for any hail team.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Hail Sweeper
    move 1: Blizzard
    move 2: Shadow Ball
    move 3: Taunt / Destiny Bond
    move 4: Protect
    item: Focus Sash / Ice Gem
    ability: Snow Cloak
    nature: Timid
    evs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>This set allows Froslass to work in a hail team to her full potential. With access to STAB Blizzard, Froslass is able to dish out massive damage to common Pokemon weak to Ice, such as Garchomp, Zapdos, Tornadus, Thundurus, Landorus, and Latios. Shadow Ball allows Froslass to hit Pokemon that resist Blizzard, such as Metagross, and Pokemon that are weak to Ghost, such as Chandelure, Cresselia, and Jellicent. The third move is a toss-up between Taunt and Destiny Bond. Taunt allows Cresselia to shut down defensively based Pokemon such as Amoonguss and Cresselia, but falls short if the opponent carries a Mental Herb. Destiny Bond is an interesting move that can be used in conjunction with Focus Sash, taking down massive threats in one shot. Finally, Protect is used to shield Froslass while letting her partner take down common threats.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>Froslass's EVs are straightforward but effective. With a Timid nature and maximum investment in Speed, she can outrun anything with less than 110 base Speed while Speed tying with common Pokemon such as Latios. With a Focus Sash, Froslass is able to take hits from anything and dish out at least one powerful Blizzard before going down. It also prevents Froslass from being KOed by Latios's Draco Meteor before it can retaliate with Blizzard for an OHKO. However, with Tyranitar running rampant in the VGC 2012 metagame, it can often go to waste. An Ice Gem-boosted Blizzard is incredibly strong and allows Froslass to OHKO many threats, but leaves Froslass wide open to attacks. Snow Cloak should be used over Cursed Body, Froslass's Dream World ability, to make it harder for attacks to hit Froslass under the hail. Paired with a Focus Sash, Froslass can often be frustrating to take out.</p>

    <p>Froslass should obviously be paired with Abomasnow to increase Blizzard's accuracy and take advantage of the hail; Blizzard's 70% accuracy is awfully unreliable and should be avoided outside of hail unless absolutely necessary. Froslass and Abomasnow can spam Blizzard repeatedly without having to worry about it missing.</p>

    [Other Options]

    <p>Froslass also has access to a lot of interesting—but not so useful—moves that can be used to catch your opponent off guard. Icy Wind is great for doing decent damage to Pokemon that are weak to it, as well as slowing down threats. Confuse Ray has an impressive 100% accuracy and can cause incredible frustration to your opponent. Ice Shard can be used to finish off Pokemon that have very little HP remaining. Other offensive moves that give Froslass coverage include Ice Beam, which enables her to attack reliably outside of hail, Psychic, and Thunderbolt. Some other interesting support moves Froslass has access to include Hail, Light Screen, Thunder Wave, and Trick.</p>

    <p>Froslass can also be used with a Choice Scarf or Choice Specs. Choice Scarf allows Froslass to outspeed Latios and the genies and OHKO them with Blizzard, but leaves her very vulnerable to attacks. Because Froslass already has an impressive base 110 Speed, she can also use Choice Specs to dish out massive Blizzards turn after turn; however, it also leaves her wide open to attacks. Both Choice Scarf and Choice Specs can be used in conjunction with Trick to render Pokemon such as Ferrothorn, Cresselia, and Amoonguss useless. Brightpowder and Snow Cloak make it incredibly hard to even touch Froslass, but a single super effective move will take her down.</p>

    [Checks and Counters]

    <p>Because Froslass has very mediocre defensive stats, she will often go down to any non-resisted attack in two or fewer hits. Common moves that hit for super effective damage, such as Tyranitar's Rock Slide and Crunch, Zapdos's Heat Wave, and Scizor's Bullet Punch, will easily OHKO if Froslass does not have a Focus Sash. Pokemon that are not damaged a lot by Blizzard or Shadow Ball, such as Heatran and Scizor, can easily wall Froslass and KO her. Weather inducing Pokemon such as Politoed, Tyranitar, and Ninetales all change the weather, tank hits from Froslass, and make it a lot more difficult to attack with Blizzard. Froslass also hates dealing with Sucker Punch, which restricts her abilities. Wide Guard completely shuts down Blizzard for one turn.</p>
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    "This set allows Froslass to work in a Hhail team to her full potential." -> "This set allows Froslass to work on a Hhail team to her full potential."

    "...weak to Ice" and "...weak to Ghost" -> "...weak to Ice-type attacks" and "...weak to Ghost-type attacks"

    "Weather inducing Pokemon such as Politoed, Tyranitar, and Ninetales all change the weather..." -> "Pokemon such as Politoed, Tyranitar, and Ninetales all change the weather..."

    "Froslass also has access to a lot of interesting, but not so usefulmoves" -> "Froslass also has access to many interesting and somewhat useful moves"

    The last change is mainly because Icy Wind is actually far from "not so useful." Other than that,
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    Changes made, ready for upload! Thanks guys!
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