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Jirachi (Revamp) [QC 3/3; GP 2/2]

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    [Overview]

    <p>Although the pixies are typically underwhelming in Ubers with only a few boasting a niche set, Jirachi sets itself apart as the only one with significant potential. In a tier filled with Dragon-types, it is easy to see that this comes from Jirachi's blessed Steel typing. Even amongst fellow Steel-types, Jirachi' stands out due to its respectable bulk and secondary Psychic typing that allows it to wall a variety of common coverage moves, such as Aura Sphere and Fire Blast (only when weakened from the rain). Being the Wish Pokemon also grants Jirachi access to the excellent support moves Wish and Healing Wish, further reinforcing its separation from the competition. Sadly, wishes always come with limits, and Jirachi's pitiful offensive presence is its twist. Even with the obnoxious Iron Head flinch rate due to Serene Grace, Jirachi must rely on status moves to deal any real damage, leaving it horribly vulnerable to opposing Steel types, especially those carrying Spikes. Unlike other equally crippled walls, Jirachi has all the coverage moves it could wish for, making even a Choice Scarf set a possibility.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Specially Defensive
    move 1: Wish
    move 2: Stealth Rock / U-turn / Protect
    move 3: Iron Head
    move 4: Toxic / Thunder
    item: Leftovers
    nature: Careful
    evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>With its excellent typing and support options, it is no wonder that Jirachi's best set is a defensive one. With athe majority of the attacks in Ubers being specially-based, Jirachi can really take advantage ofshine with a specially defensive set. ItJirachi's typing is Jirachi'sits main selling point, allowing it to check an impressive amount of special attackers under rain, such as Mewtwo, the Latios, Latias, most Calm Mind Arceus, Shaymin-S, Tornadus I and -(add hyphen)I, (AC) Tornadus-T, Kyurem-W, and muchany more. This makes Jirachi a very attractive option for balanced and stall rain teams while reducing the need for a Choice Scarf revenge killer with its addition. It further supports its team by providing Wish support and creasesting more switch-ing opportunities with U-turn.</p>

    <p>Deciding on the four moves to be used can sometimes be a struggle. Wish is an absolute must, as it provides Jirachi with a fairly reliably means of recovery, as well asnd allowings it to capitalize on its ability to support theits team. The second choice is the hardest to make. Stealth Rock is generally the first choice; thepreferred option; its overall utility of this move is important to every team. However, if another teammate has Stealth Rock, U-turn can be used to allow Jirachi to pivot on the multiple threats it checks,(RC) as well as safely pass a Wish. If you want reliability out of your Jirachi, Protect can be used to stall the one turn delay of Wish for instant gratificationmore dependable recovery. Iron Head mayight not do much damage, but it gives Jirachi a STAB attack and a means to stall out status thanks to its high flinch rate. Toxic rounds out the set by providing a crippling status andthat will generally be the source of most of itJirachi's damage output. Thunder can be used in the place of Toxic as an alternative status for teams that prefer to fight slower opponents than attempting to stall their death timerm out. Lastly, U-turn can be used with Protect over Iron Head and Stealth Rock if you are more interested in having a sturdy Wish passer than the ability to beat Substitute sets, such as SubSeed Shaymin.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>Jirachi's EV spread and nature isare simple: The goal is to maximize its specially defensive walling potential. A physically defensive variant may at firsight seem appealing, but this option is undermined by at first, but the more dangerous coverage options the physical attackers in Ubers possess can obliterate it. Jirachi also has a few other move options that can be used. Ice Punch is noteworthy because it hits Dragon-types, Gliscor, and Shaymin for respectable damage. Thunder Wave and Body Slam can be used as alternative methods ofor paralysis spreading if 100% paralysis or hitting Ground-types, likesuch as Excadrill, is more important than dealing damage or crippling Ghost-types, such as Arceus-Ghost.</p>

    <p>As far as teammates are concerned, Jirachi requires a fair biamount of them to supportcceed. Above all others, Kyogre stands out, as the rain it provides is essential for allowing Jirachi to wall many special attackers, as Fire Blasts and Hidden Power Fires would be overwhelming otherwise. SincBecause Jirachi is incapable of touching Steel-types, having partners whothat can spread burn status to them is recommended so that Jirachi can break them with Iron Head.(add space)A Rapid Spin user is also strongly suggested because Ferrothorn, Forretress, and Skarmory will not have any difficulty in laying Spikes against Jirachi. Even with its incredible typing and rain support, Jirachi remains vulnerable to Ground-types, so including partners such as Giratina-O orand Skarmory is recommended for dealing with Ground-type threats, specifically Groudon or Garchomp. Jirachi is also vulnerable to physical attackers, so physically bulky Pokemon are useful to complete a defensive core.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Choice Scarf
    move 1: Iron Head
    move 2: U-turn
    move 3: Healing Wish / Trick
    move 4: Ice Punch / Fire Punch
    item: Choice Scarf
    nature: Jolly
    evs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe

    [SET COMMENTS]
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    <p>Although Jirachi's poor offensive stats mayight suggest otherwise, it can also run a supportive Choice Scarf set. Its access to an assortment of coverage and utility moves and Iron Head's high flinch rate helps to offset the underwhelming damage output. Although this mayight make it appear as if Jirachi is outclassed by Genesect, its increased bulk, Speed, and support options are significant enough to separate the two. Once again, Jirachi's bulk and typing isare important, as ithey allows Jirachi to directly switch into the threats heit is intended to check, such as Mewtwo. Furthermore, Jirachi can support theits team by sacrificing itself for another with Healing Wish or crippleing a bothersome threat with Trick. Its base 100 Speed allows Jirachi to outrun the popular Genesect,(RC) as well as Speed tie with Choice Scarf Palkia.</p>

    <p>Jirachi has many move selections thant it can run. Iron Head is a mandatory choice, as it offers a reliable STAB and high flinch rate for a err you said it isn't that strong ?_? threatening damage output. A support move is also mandatory to capitalize on Jirachi's niche. Healing Wish is the preferred option, as healing a teammate can help your team in certain situations. It also allows your teammates to pull off surprising sweeps while giving you the choice on how to deal with specific threats. Trick is also a viable alternative to cripple threats,(RC) such as Extreme Killer Arceus. However, caution is advised when using Trick, as a misprediction can foil your attempts, and a large portion of Ubers are indifferent by holding a Choice Scarf or other Choice item. U-turn helps Jirachi capitalize on forced switches and has super(add space)effective coverage on some dangerous Pokemon, such as Mewtwo and Darkrai, putting them in a difficult situation. For the final moveslot, you have a choice between Ice Punch and Fire Punch. Ice Punch is generally preferred in the final moveslot due to the large quantity of Dragon-types in the tier. However, Fire Punch is also very appealing for hitting Steel-types that gives Jirachi trouble for some decent damage. Fire Punch also allows Jirachi to OHKO Choice Scarf Genesect, as Jirachi outspeeds it.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>A Jolly nature is the best choice of nature, as outspeeding +1 Rayquaza or Choice Scarf Genesect (depending on your coverage moves) is important. Jirachi could also use Body Slam as a means to paralyze while dealing damage. It can even go so far as to run a status move to cripple threats that are too bulky for it to hurt. However, this comes at the price of key coverage moves, so it is generally not recommended.</p>

    <p>Choice Scarf Jirachi is quite similar to the specially defensive variant in terms of teammates. Kyogre is appealing for weakening Fire Blasts from the likes of Mewtwo so that switching in requires less prediction. However, it is not a requirement, and can even be a hindrance if Jirachi uses Fire Punch. Giratina-O is a notmore notable partner for its complementary typing and its access to a strong Shadow Sneak to restrain opposing Deoxys-S to a single layer of entry hazards. Speaking of entry hazard leads, using a Deoxys which deoxys? can be useful for early entry hazards that can help Jirachi rack up damage by forcing multiple switches with Iron Head and U-turn. If it lacks Fire Punch, Jirachi remains vulnerable to common Spikes setters, so having a Rapid Spin user can help prevent them from overwhelming Jirachi and your team.</p>

    [Other Options]

    <p>Jirachi has a very diverse movepool but is sadly crippled by its sub par offensive stats along with its need to devote two slots for reliable recovery. Fire Punch can be used on the specially defensive set for Spikes users, but bear in mind that the rain Kyogre would provide weakens Fire Punch, rendering it useless. Magic Coat is another option that can be used to reduce Jirachi's weakness to Skarmory, Forretress, and Ferrothorn while also allowing it to befunction as an anti-lead against Deoxys-A or and Deoxys-S. It doesn't anything else, however, and Jirachi suffers already suffers from four-moveslot syndrome. A Calm Mind set looks appealing due to Jirachi's immunity to Toxic, its excellent typing, and 4xquadruple resistance to Psyshock. However, (AC) its low Special Attack, tight moveset, and persistent weakness to common Spikes users make this inadvisable. Zen Headbutt can be used on the Choice Scarf set to hit Fighting Arceus while retaining a respectable 40% flinch rate, but it has poor coverage outside of that. Lastly, a Sspecial Choice Scarf set could be used, but it is largely outclassed by the Pphysical Scarf variantone, (AC) as it can no longer check the threats it is supposed to despite the overall stronger attacks.</p>

    [Checks and Counters]

    <p>Jirachi isn't very difficult at all to counter due to its horribly weak offenses. Both sets struggle against Steel-types, most notably those that lay entry hazards, such as Skarmory, Forretress, orand Ferrothorn. Excadrill can also use Jirachi as a free chance to use Rapid Spin or simply threaten it with its strong STAB Earthquake, although it needs to be careful if Jirachi is using Body Slam. The specially defensive set relies on status, so anything that can deal with thisit is a great way to handle Jirachi. pretty ambiguous, damn -- mention some status sponges RestTalk users, such as Giratina and Kyogre, have nothing to fear from Jirachi besides excessive Iron Head flinching. Bulkier Substitute users, such as Zekrom, can setup on the pixie. Strong Fire- orand Ground-type attacks can also be used to threaten Jirachi; Gliscor receives a special mention because it has little difficulty switching in. SincBecause the Choice Scarf set relies on flinching and coverage moves, predicting the right attacks or simply using a bulky Pokemon, such as Choice Specs Kyogre, can deal with Jirachit. Speaking of Kyogre, strong rain-(add hyphen)boosted attacks from the King of Ubers orit and Palkia can break the specially defensive set. Keep in mind that Jirachi is still quite bulky, and if Palkia is afflicted with a status, even the Lustrous Orb set will lose to it one-on-one. Strong physical attacks, such as a Bolt Strike from Zekrom, can hit Jirachi on its softer, uninvested side and force it to switch out. Paralysis and burn will also cripple Jirachi and prevent it from walling as efficiently or revenge killing. Simply changing the weather and removing the rain exposes Jirachi to Fire-type attacks, such as Latios's Hidden Power Fire, and greatly reduces the number of threats it can wall.</p>

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    [Overview]

    <p>Although the pixies are typically underwhelming in Ubers with only a few boasting a niche set, Jirachi sets itself apart as the only one with significant potential. In a tier filled with Dragon-types, it is easy to see that this comes from Jirachi's blessed Steel typing. Even among fellow Steel-types, Jirachi stands out due to its respectable bulk and secondary Psychic typing that allows it to wall a variety of common coverage moves, such as Aura Sphere and Fire Blast (only when weakened from the rain). Being the Wish Pokemon also grants Jirachi access to the excellent support moves Wish and Healing Wish, further reinforcing its separation from the competition. Sadly, wishes always come with limits, and Jirachi's pitiful offensive presence is its twist. Even with the obnoxious Iron Head flinch rate due to Serene Grace, Jirachi must rely on status moves to deal any real damage, leaving it horribly vulnerable to opposing Steel types, especially those carrying Spikes. Unlike other equally crippled walls, Jirachi has all the coverage moves it could wish for, making even a Choice Scarf set a possibility.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Specially Defensive
    move 1: Wish
    move 2: Stealth Rock / U-turn / Protect
    move 3: Iron Head
    move 4: Toxic / Thunder
    item: Leftovers
    nature: Careful
    evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>With its excellent typing and support options, it is no wonder that Jirachi's best set is a defensive one. With the majority of the attacks in Ubers being specially-based, Jirachi can shine with a specially defensive set. Jirachi's typing is its main selling point, allowing it to check an impressive amount of special attackers under rain, such as Mewtwo, Latios, Latias, most Calm Mind Arceus, Shaymin-S, Tornadus-I, Tornadus-T, Kyurem-W, and many more. This makes Jirachi a very attractive option for balanced and stall rain teams while reducing the need for a Choice Scarf revenge killer with its addition. It further supports its team by providing Wish support and creating more switch-in opportunities with U-turn.</p>

    <p>Deciding on the four moves to be used can sometimes be a struggle. Wish is an absolute must, as it provides Jirachi with a fairly reliably means of recovery and allows it to capitalize on its ability to support its team. The second choice is the hardest to make. Stealth Rock is generally the preferred option; its overall utility is important to every team. However, if another teammate has Stealth Rock, U-turn can be used to allow Jirachi to pivot on the multiple threats it checks as well as safely pass a Wish. If you want reliability out of your Jirachi, Protect can be used to stall the one turn delay of Wish for more dependable recovery. Iron Head might not do much damage, but it gives Jirachi a STAB attack and a means to stall out status thanks to its high flinch rate. Toxic rounds out the set by providing a crippling status that will generally be the source of most of Jirachi's damage output. Thunder can be used in the place of Toxic as an alternative status for teams that prefer to fight slower opponents than attempting to stall them out. Lastly, U-turn can be used with Protect over Iron Head and Stealth Rock if you are more interested in having a sturdy Wish passer than the ability to beat Substitute sets, such as SubSeed Shaymin.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>Jirachi's EV spread and nature are simple: The goal is to maximize its specially defensive walling potential. A physically defensive variant might seem appealing at first, but the more dangerous coverage options the physical attackers in Ubers possess can obliterate it. Jirachi also has a few other move options that can be used. Ice Punch is noteworthy because it hits Dragon-types, Gliscor, and Shaymin for respectable damage. Thunder Wave and Body Slam can be used as alternative methods of paralysis spreading if 100% paralysis or hitting Ground-types, such as Excadrill, is more important than dealing damage or crippling Ghost-types, such as Arceus-Ghost.</p>

    <p>As far as teammates are concerned, Jirachi requires a fair amount of them to succeed. Above all others, Kyogre stands out, as the rain it provides is essential for allowing Jirachi to wall many special attackers, as Fire Blasts and Hidden Power Fires would be overwhelming otherwise. Because Jirachi is incapable of touching Steel-types, having partners that can spread burn status to them is recommended so that Jirachi can break them with Iron Head.(add space)A Rapid Spin user is also strongly suggested because Ferrothorn, Forretress, and Skarmory will not have any difficulty in laying Spikes against Jirachi. Even with its incredible typing and rain support, Jirachi remains vulnerable to Ground-types, so including partners such as Giratina-O and Skarmory is recommended for dealing with Ground-type threats, specifically Groudon or Garchomp. Jirachi is also vulnerable to physical attackers, so physically bulky Pokemon are useful to complete a defensive core.</p>

    [SET]
    name: Choice Scarf
    move 1: Iron Head
    move 2: U-turn
    move 3: Healing Wish / Trick
    move 4: Ice Punch / Fire Punch
    item: Choice Scarf
    nature: Jolly
    evs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe

    [SET COMMENTS]

    <p>Although Jirachi's poor offensive stats might suggest otherwise, it can also run a supportive Choice Scarf set. Its access to an assortment of coverage and utility moves and Iron Head's high flinch rate helps to offset the underwhelming damage output. Although this might make it appear as if Jirachi is outclassed by Genesect, its increased bulk, Speed, and support options are significant enough to separate the two. Once again, Jirachi's bulk and typing are important, as they allow Jirachi to directly switch into the threats it is intended to check, such as Mewtwo. Furthermore, Jirachi can support its team by sacrificing itself for another with Healing Wish or crippling a bothersome threat with Trick. Its base 100 Speed allows Jirachi to outrun the popular Genesect as well as Speed tie with Choice Scarf Palkia.</p>

    <p>Jirachi has many move selections that it can run. Iron Head is a mandatory choice, as it offers a reliable STAB and high flinch rate for a err you said it isn't that strong ?_? threatening damage output. A support move is also mandatory to capitalize on Jirachi's niche. Healing Wish is the preferred option, as healing a teammate can help your team in certain situations. It also allows your teammates to pull off surprising sweeps while giving you the choice on how to deal with specific threats. Trick is also a viable alternative to cripple threats such as Extreme Killer Arceus. However, caution is advised when using Trick, as a misprediction can foil your attempts, and a large portion of Ubers are indifferent by holding a Choice Scarf or other Choice item. U-turn helps Jirachi capitalize on forced switches and has super(add space)effective coverage on some dangerous Pokemon, such as Mewtwo and Darkrai, putting them in a difficult situation. For the final moveslot, you have a choice between Ice Punch and Fire Punch. Ice Punch is generally preferred in the final moveslot due to the large quantity of Dragon-types in the tier. However, Fire Punch is also very appealing for hitting Steel-types that gives Jirachi trouble for some decent damage. Fire Punch also allows Jirachi to OHKO Choice Scarf Genesect, as Jirachi outspeeds it.</p>

    [ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

    <p>A Jolly nature is the best choice of nature, as outspeeding +1 Rayquaza or Choice Scarf Genesect (depending on your coverage move) is important. Jirachi could also use Body Slam as a means to paralyze while dealing damage. It can even go so far as to run a status move to cripple threats that are too bulky for it to hurt. However, this comes at the price of key coverage moves, so it is generally not recommended.</p>

    <p>Choice Scarf Jirachi is quite similar to the specially defensive variant in terms of teammates. Kyogre is appealing for weakening Fire Blasts from the likes of Mewtwo so that switching in requires less prediction. However, it is not a requirement, and can even be a hindrance if Jirachi uses Fire Punch. Giratina-O is a more notable partner for its complementary typing and access to a strong Shadow Sneak to restrain opposing Deoxys-S to a single layer of entry hazards. Speaking of entry hazard leads, using a Deoxys which deoxys? can be useful for early entry hazards that can help Jirachi rack up damage by forcing multiple switches with Iron Head and U-turn. If it lacks Fire Punch, Jirachi remains vulnerable to common Spikes setters, so having a Rapid Spin user can help prevent them from overwhelming Jirachi and your team.</p>

    [Other Options]

    <p>Jirachi has a very diverse movepool but is sadly crippled by its sub par offensive stats along with its need to devote two slots for reliable recovery. Fire Punch can be used on the specially defensive set for Spikes users, but bear in mind that the rain Kyogre would provide weakens Fire Punch, rendering it useless. Magic Coat is another option that can be used to reduce Jirachi's weakness to Skarmory, Forretress, and Ferrothorn while also allowing it to function as an anti-lead against Deoxys-A and Deoxys-S. It doesn't anything else, however, and Jirachi already suffers from four-moveslot syndrome. A Calm Mind set looks appealing due to Jirachi's immunity to Toxic, excellent typing, and quadruple resistance to Psyshock. However, its low Special Attack, tight moveset, and weakness to common Spikes users make this inadvisable. Zen Headbutt can be used on the Choice Scarf set to hit Fighting Arceus while retaining a respectable 40% flinch rate, but it has poor coverage outside of that. Lastly, a special Choice Scarf set could be used, but it is largely outclassed by the physical one, as it can no longer check the threats it is supposed to despite the overall stronger attacks.</p>

    [Checks and Counters]

    <p>Jirachi isn't very difficult at all to counter due to its horribly weak offenses. Both sets struggle against Steel-types, most notably those that lay entry hazards, such as Skarmory, Forretress, and Ferrothorn. Excadrill can also use Jirachi as a free chance to use Rapid Spin or simply threaten it with its strong STAB Earthquake, although it needs to be careful if Jirachi is using Body Slam. The specially defensive set relies on status, so anything that can deal with it is a great way to handle Jirachi. pretty ambiguous, damn -- mention some status sponges RestTalk users, such as Giratina and Kyogre, have nothing to fear from Jirachi besides excessive Iron Head flinching. Bulkier Substitute users, such as Zekrom, can setup on the pixie. Strong Fire- and Ground-type attacks can also be used to threaten Jirachi; Gliscor receives a special mention because it has little difficulty switching in. Because the Choice Scarf set relies on flinching and coverage moves, predicting the right attacks or simply using a bulky Pokemon, such as Choice Specs Kyogre, can deal with it. Speaking of Kyogre, strong rain-boosted attacks from it and Palkia can break the specially defensive set. Keep in mind that Jirachi is still quite bulky, and if Palkia is afflicted with a status, even the Lustrous Orb set will lose to it one-on-one. Strong physical attacks, such as a Bolt Strike from Zekrom, can hit Jirachi on its softer, uninvested side and force it to switch out. Paralysis and burn will also cripple Jirachi and prevent it from walling as efficiently or revenge killing. Simply changing the weather and removing the rain exposes Jirachi to Fire-type attacks, such as Latios's Hidden Power Fire, and greatly reduces the number of threats it can wall.</p>


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  2. Melee Mewtwo

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    Thanks for the GP check. Concerning the comments, I'll try to reword the Iron Head bit (probably put a "somewhat" before threatening), Deoxys can literally be any one (since they all can serve as Spikes setters, although A/S are obviously the better choices overall), and I listed some status sponges in the following sentence (the RestTalkers). Do I need to reword these things to make it clearer?
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    I would normally give you a c/p but hide tags don't work yet and there weren't that many changes. This was my first check in a while, sorry I took so long n_n.

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    Thanks, I changed the pixie bit to: "legendary Pokemon with a 100 base stat spread" Is that acceptable?
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    Yeah, that's good.
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