Gobitto (Analysis)

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  1. Dracoyoshi8

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    A robot that's not a Steel-type? Blasphemy!

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    [Overview]

    • It's a fucking robot
    • Ghost / Ground makes it immune to Sandstorm and able to block Rapid Spin, perfect for SandStall teams
    • Good overall defenses and an impressive base 74 Attack
    • Genderless means it is unable to use level up moves past level 5, meaning it loses out on Shadow Punch as STAB
    • Iron Fist and Klutz are useless abilities on Gobitto
    • Did I mention it's a fucking robot
    [Set]
    name: Rock Polish
    move 1: Rock Polish
    move 2: Earthquake
    move 3: Rock Slide
    move 4: Brick Break / Ice Beam
    item: Oran Berry / Life Orb
    ability: Iron Fist
    nature: Adamant
    evs: 248 Atk / 236 Spe

    [Set Comments]

    • This set is Gobitto's best chance at sweeping the opponent
    • STAB Earthquake coming off of 18 Attack is going to dent anything that isn't immune to it
    • Rock Slide gets excellent coverage with Earthquake
    • Brick Break hits Bronzor for neutral damage and destroys Reflect, which would make it harder for Gobitto to sweep
    • Ice Beam OHKOes Gligar after Stealth Rock
    [Additional Comments]

    • Oran Berry for survivability and more chances to set up, Life Orb for power
    • Klutz is an option if you want to run Fling and Iron Ball
    • This set works well with Wynaut support
    • Bronzor laughs at all of Gobitto's attacks, so anything that can easily take out Bronzor is a great teammate
    • Gobitto and Agility Mantyke form a very potent offensive duo, so they should almost always be used together
    • Gobitto really appreciates Stealth Rock support
    [Set]
    name: Defensive Robo-Ghost
    move 1: Level Field
    move 2: Rock Slide
    move 3: Toxic
    move 4: Ice Beam / Brick Break / Rest
    item: Oran Berry / Evolution Stone
    ability: Iron Fist
    nature: Impish
    evs: 204 HP / 4 Atk / 116 Def / 116 SpD

    [Set Comments]

    • This set plays the role of a Rapid Spin blocker on Sandstorm stall teams
    • Level Field acts both as a decent STAB move and as a way to lower the foe's Speed
    • Rock Slide hits Flying-types immune to Level Field
    • Toxic is always great move to have on a Sandstorm stall team
    • Ice Beam hits Gligar for an OHKO after Stealth Rock
    • Brick Break hits Bronzor for neutral damage
    • Rest acts as a from of healing and works well with Evolution Stone, but be warned, since the sleep counter now restarts when you switch
    [Additional Comments]

    • Evolution Stone should only be used if you are using Rest
    • Being that this set is meant to act as a spinblocker, hazards are a must
    • Works best on Sandstorm stall teams, so Hippopotas, Gligar and Lileep are good teammates
    • Works well with Pokemon that can easily take down Bronzor
    [Set]
    name: Trick Room Sweeper
    move 1: Earthquake
    move 2: Rock Slide
    move 3: Brick Break
    move 4: Ice Beam
    item: Life Orb
    ability: Iron Fist
    nature: Brave
    evs: 204 Atk / 244 Spe / 36 Def

    [Set Comments]

    • Gobitto's low Speed and high Attack makes it an effective Trick Room sweeper
    • Earthquake for powerful physical STAB
    • Rock Slide gets excellent coverage with Earthquake, making it the perfect choice
    • Brick Break destroys Reflect and Light Screen and gives Gobitto a chance at damaging Bronzor
    • Ice Beam OHKOes Gligar and damages physically defensive Ground-types, like Phanpy
    [Additional Comments]

    • Brave nature for maximum power and lowest possible Speed
    • Trick Room support is obviously needed, so Bronzor and Slowpoke are good teammates
    • Greatly appreciates Stealth Rock, making Bronzor an even better teammate
    • Can go mixed with Shadow Ball as STAB, but Gobitto's low Special Attack makes it a less preferred option in most cases
    [Team Options]

    • Gobitto appreciates Stealth Rock support, so Pokemon like Bronzor and Ishizumai are good teammates
    • Agility Mantyke and Rock Polish Gobitto form an excellent offensive duo
    • Wynaut can help Rock Polish set up
    • Pokemon that can easily bring down Bronzor, like Specs Magnemite, work great with Gobitto
    • Hippopotas's Sand Stream ability makes it a good teammate
    • The Trick Room Sweeper obviously needs Trick Room support
    • Dual Screen support is always welcome
    [Optional Changes]

    • It learns Grass Knot, but there are very few instances when it is better than Earthquake
    [Counters]

    • Funnily enough, Levitating Ghost-types are good counters against all sets
    • Bronzor works well against all sets
    • Mantyke can switch in on Earthquake and OHKO with Hydro Pump, but needs to watch out against Rock Polish sets
    • Faster Water-types and Grass-types can revenge kill it
    [Dream World]

    No Guard is superior to both Iron Fist and Klutz. When No Guard is released, use it over Gobitto's other abilities on every set, unless you are running Fling.
  2. macle

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    Berry Juice is banned. Please change that.
  3. TheFemaleTyrouge

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    In Trick Room sweeper add 0 Speed IVs cuz TR

    Maybe mention Return in Other Options (Optional Changes) hitting a high 102 Base Power and having nice neutral coverage

    I think Evolution Stone deserves the first slash in the defensive Robo, increasing your defenses is great and then with Rest you can heal up i guess (Ugh this guy was begging for Drain Punch with Iron Fist)
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    you should put the TO stuff in AC for the sets because there isn't Team Options anymore...
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    The OP of this thread has informed me that he/she is no longer working on this analysis. This thread can be moved to L&O.

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