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The Pokemon Lexicon (Commonly used Abbreviation and Lexicon)

Discussion in 'Stark Mountain' started by Tangerine, Feb 8, 2009.

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  1. Tangerine

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    To someone just jumping in from a non competitive scene, a lot of terms and abbreviations we use may be confusing.

    So what Smogon is doing at the moment is compiling a list of terms and abbreviations that are commonly used. We don't want shit like Chainmence or anything else people randomly slapped a name on - we want things that are commonly used by people

    Obviously, the list is FAR from complete - and that's where you come in. I want you guys to help fill in the missing gaps - there are tons and it's hard for any one person, or even a group of people to come up with all the terms.

    So please

    - Add Terms and Definitions
    - Remove Terms and Definitions no longer used
    - Any other suggestions

    Thanks
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    Sets
    Bellyzard
    A Charizard with Belly Drum

    Bulkygyara
    A Gyarados with defensive EVs, aimed to take hits.

    Curselax
    A Snorlax with Curse

    Crocune
    A Suicune with Surf, Sleep Talk, Calm Mind, and Rest

    TechniTop
    A Hitmontop with the ability Technician and a set with low base power priority moves such as Bullet Punch, Fake Out, and Mach Punch.

    Druidcruel
    A Tentacruel with Swords Dance, Surf, Sludge Bomb, and Substitute

    Lati@s
    Latias and Latios collectively

    Skarmbliss
    Skarmory and Blissey used on the same team. Also called Blisskarm.

    Tyraniboah / Boah
    A Tyranitar with Substitute, Focus Punch, Crunch or Dark Pulse, and Thunderbolt or Ice Beam

    Suicide lead
    A lead Pokemon that tries to set up entry hazards quickly and prevent opponents from doing the same (with Taunt) before dying.

    Aromatherapist / Beller / Cleric
    A Pokémon that uses Aromatherapy or Heal Bell

    Phazer / Pseudo-hazer / Shuffler
    A Pokémon that uses Roar or Whirlwind

    Spinner
    A Pokemon with Rapid Spin

    Restalker / Rest Talk
    A Pokemon who uses the moves Rest and Sleeptalk

    BoltBeam
    Thunderbolt and Ice Beam

    SubPunch
    Substitute and Focus Punch

    SubSalac
    Substitute and item Salac Berry

    SubSeed
    Substitute and Leech Seed

    EndFlail
    Endure and Flail

    EndRev
    Endure and Reversal

    EndSalac
    Endure and item Salac Berry

    ChestoRest
    Using a Chesto Berry and Rest in tandem to wake up instantly after a Rest.

    Paraflinch
    Utilizing both paralysis and flinches to keep an enemy Pokemon from being able to attack.

    SubRoost
    Substitute and Roost.

    Dual Screen
    A set which uses both Reflect and Light Screen

    Pseudo Passer
    A Pokemon which uses moves like Reflect, Light Screen, and Wish with the intent of passing them to another pokemon.

    GyaraVire
    Gyarados and Electivire.

    GyaraJolt.
    Gyarados and Jolteon.

    CeleTran
    Using Celebi and Heatran as a Defensive Core.

    Auto-Weather.
    A Pokemon whose ability creates a weather effect such as sand, rain, hail, or sun when they are brought into play.
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    Acronyms and Abbreviations

    BST
    Refers to the total of a Pokemon's base stats.

    STAB
    Same Type Attack Bonus, which increases the power of a direct attack by 50% if the one of the user's types is the same as attack's type.

    Hax
    An event which has a low probability of happening which critically affects a match. Also used to refer to luck in general.

    Priority
    Any attack which will always move first (e.g. Fake Out, ExtremeSpeed, Ice Shard)

    OHKO
    Short for "One-Hit Knockout", though it can also refer to moves that KO the opponent in one hit like Horn Drill.

    NFE
    Not Fully Evolved, a Pokemon that is not in it's final evolution stage. Most don't see competitive usage outside of Little Cup.

    NVE
    Not Very Effective, a move that does lowered damage due to resistances.

    SE
    Super Effective, a move that does double or quadruple damage due to weaknesses (can also refer to Stone Edge).

    Lead
    The first Pokemon you send out during battle, often specifically tailored to gain an early advantage.

    Trapper
    A Pokemon which can either stop an opponent from switching out - via Arena Trap or Magnet Pull - or can KO them even if they due - via Pursuit.

    Scarfer
    A Pokémon with Choice Scarf

    Sweeper
    A Pokémon that uses offensive moves to do damage and bring down an opponent's team. Many carry boosting moves like Swords Dance. Usually physical or special-oriented.

    Mixed Sweeper
    A sweeper that uses both physical and special offensive moves to do damage.

    Supporter
    A Pokémon that uses non-offensive moves which benefit the team.

    Tank
    A Pokémon intended to take attacks, usually one side of the spectrum, and hit back

    Wall
    A Pokémon intended to take attacks, usually one side of the spectrum, extremely effectively

    Revenge Kill
    KOing an opposing Pokemon immediately after one of your own Pokemon has fainted, therefore avoiding the risk of switching into an attack.

    Revenge Killer
    A Pokemon whose main purpose on a team is to revenge kill certain threats, usually those who your team lacks a solid defense against. Generally characterized by high speed and frailty. May also be a Trapper.

    Status-absorber
    A Pokemon that can avoid, remove, or use to its advantage one or more Status effects through means like Rest Talk or the ability Guts.

    SD
    Swords Dance

    WW
    Whirlwind

    EQ
    Earthquake

    QA
    Quick Attack

    DT
    Double Team

    LK
    Lovely Kiss

    HP
    Hidden Power

    ES
    ExtremeSpeed

    WoW
    Will-O-Wisp

    BB
    Brick Break

    AA
    Aerial Ace

    CM
    Calm Mind

    DD
    Dragon Dance

    CC
    Close Combat

    TS
    Toxic Spikes

    BB
    Brave Bird

    NP
    Nasty Plot

    DM
    Draco Meteor

    SE
    Stone Edge

    SR
    Stealth Rock

    GK
    Grass Knot

    BP
    Short for either Bullet Punch or Baton Pass, depending on the context.

    FP
    Short for either Focus Punch or Full Paralysis, depending on the context.

    T-Wave
    Thunder Wave

    CB/Band
    Choice Band, an item that increases the power of physical attacks by roughly 50% but locks the holder into one move (CB is a very common prefix)

    Specs
    Choice Specs, an item that increases the power of special attacks by roughly 50% but locks the holder into one move

    Scarf
    Choice Scarf, an item that increases the holder's Speed by 50% but locks the holder into one move

    Lefties
    Leftovers, an item that restores 6% of the users health each turn.

    LO
    Life Orb, an item that increases the power of the holder's attacks by roughly 30% but takes 10% health each time it issues a direct attack

    Entry Hazards
    Any of the attacks which deal damage as a Pokemon switches in - Stealth Rock, Spikes, and Toxic Spikes
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    Pokemon Abbreviations

    Zard - Charizard
    =>Bellyzard - A Charizard with Belly Drum
    Duggy - Dugtrio
    Zam - Alakazam
    Champ - Machamp
    Tenta - Tentacruel
    =>Druidcruel - A Tentacruel with Swords Dance, Surf, Sludge Bomb, and Substitute
    =>Tobybro - An RBY Slowbro with Amnesia, Surf, Thunder Wave, and Rest
    Maggy, Maggie - Magneton (not used in D/P)
    Gar - Gengar
    =>McGar - A Gengar with Shadow Ball, Focus Punch, Thunderbolt, and Substitute
    =>McIceGar - A McGar with Ice Punch instead of Shadow Ball
    Eggy - Exeggutor
    Wak - Marowak
    Lee - Hitmonlee
    Chan - Hitmonchan
    =>Fishtauros - A Tauros with Fissure, Horn Drill, Rest, and Sleep Talk
    Gyara, Dos - Gyarados
    =>Bulkygyara - A Gyarados with defensive EVs, aimed to take hits.
    Vappy - Vaporeon
    Jolt - Jolteon
    =>JoltWak - Jolteon and Marowak on the same team
    Aero - Aerodactyl
    Lax - Snorlax
    =>Curselax - A Snorlax with Curse
    =>Fishlax - An RBY Snorlax with Body Slam, Hyper Beam, Selfdestruct, and Surf or Earthquake
    Arti - Articuno
    Zap, Zappy, Dos - Zapdos
    =>MSDos - A Zapdos with Metal Sound. A pun on Microsoft DOS.
    Drag, Draggy - Dragonite

    B. GSC
    Espy - Espeon
    =>EspyJump - An Espeon with Calm Mind, Substitute, Baton Pass, and Psychic
    Umby - Umbreon
    =>chaosbreon - An Umbreon with Taunt, Mean Look, Baton Pass, and Moonlight or Wish
    Missy(D) - Misdreavus (not used in D/P)
    Wob, Wobby - Wobbuffet
    Forry - Forretress
    Hera - Heracross
    Skarm - Skarmory
    =>Skarmbliss - Skarmory and Blissey used on the same team. Also called Blisskarm.
    P2 - Porygon2
    Top - Hitmontop
    Bliss - Blissey
    Kou - Raikou
    Cune - Suicune
    =>Crocune - A Suicune with Surf, Sleep Talk, Calm Mind, and Rest
    Ttar, T-tar, Tar - Tyranitar
    =>Tyraniboah - A Tyranitar with Substitute, Focus Punch, Crunch or Dark Pulse, and Thunderbolt or Ice Beam
    Celery - Celebi
    =>CeleJump - A Celebi with Calm Mind, Substitute, Baton Pass, and Psychic

    C. ADV
    Pert - Swampert
    Jask - Ninjask
    =>JaskWak - Ninjask and Marowak used on the same team
    Mence - Salamence
    Meta - Metagross
    Lati - Latias or Latios
    =>Lati@s - Latias and Latios collectively

    D. D/P
    Ape, Nape - Infernape
    Ambi - Ambipom
    Missy - Mismagius
    Zong, Bronzomg - Bronzong
    Chomp - Garchomp
    =>ChainChomp - A Garchomp with Draco Meteor, Fire Blast, Earthquake, Swords Dance, and a Life Orb
    Luke - Lucario
    Hippo - Hippowdon
    Obamasnow - Abomasnow
    Zone - Magnezone
    Glis - Gliscor
    Dusk - Dusknoir
    Cress/Cressy - Cresselia
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    I dont think we need all of like "specsogre", "scarfogre", maybe just say that "ogre" is short for kyogre and "quaza" is short for rayquaza. Any reasonably intelligent person could make the connection, since we say what "scarf" is anyway.
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    We're not going to add things like "Momentum" that doesn't have a solid definition.

    We're also not going to add things that no one uses like "Superachi" and such.

    We're also not adding chatspeak - that's not the purpose behind this guide, neither are we going to go indepth with the definitions.
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    SE: Also short for Super-effective, depending on the context.

    SubCM: A Pokemon that uses the moves Substitute and Calm Mind in tandem to increase its Special stats and sweep.

    Gimmick: A moveset that is highly effective at stopping a specific threat or serving a specific purpose on a team, but generally ineffective in terms of either the Pokemon's standard role in the metagame or in the metagame in general.

    Tyraniboah / Boah: A mixed Tyranitar set that revolves around using Substitute/Focus Punch and special attacks to break down Stall teams.

    (more to come)
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    I'll try:

    Stallrein
    A Walrein using Substitute + Protect under Hail to stall for up to 32 turns, using Leftovers + Ice Body to fully replenish the HP lost during each two-turn cycle.

    Or is that too long?

    Anyway, I don't like the sweeper definition either. It should be more like:

    Sweeper
    A fast Pokemon that attempts to outrun and KO as much as possible using a range of powerful attacks, often with a wide type coverage.
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    I'm going through the topic and updating, so if your post got deleted, that means I've added whatever was in it (unless it was something I'd never heard of or whatever, or if it was pretty much self-explanatory, like Sacrifice).

    I think this policy makes the most sense, since we don't want to be listing scarf<pokemon> over and over. Of course, this still means that sets should be listed if it isn't instantly obvious what they do upon seeing the name (Crocune and Tyraniboah are good examples).

    Not all sweepers are fast, but I'll try to work this definition in.
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    Parafusion: Utilizing both paralysis and confusion to keep an enemy Pokemon from being able to attack.
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    I have a few suggestions, but I don't know if some of them are relevant enough. I'll list them anyway and you can pick and choose when you compile your list.

    General
    • lure - A pokemon used to 'lure' in and damage / KO its common switchins by means of an unexpected attack, etc, usually to aid another pokemon to sweep.
    • pivot - In battle term. A switch made simply in order to entice the opponent into a different attack to allow another of your pokemon a safe switch in.
    • baton pass chain - A team that utilises Baton Pass on multiple pokemon to pass multiple stats to a final pokemon.
    • passer - A pokemon that utilises Baton Pass specifically to pass stat boosts to another pokemon.
    • recipient - A pokemon designed to receive stat boosts from baton passing teammates.
    • DugZone - The combination of Dugtrio and Magnezone on a team.
    Pokemon abbreviations
    • aero - Aerodactyl
    • zam - Alakazam
    • bliss - Blissey
    • zong - Bronzong
    • cress - Cresselia
    • dnite - Dragonite
    • duggy - Dugtrio
    • evire - Electivire
    • empy - Empoleon
    • forry - Forretress
    • gar - Gengar
    • dos - Gyarados / Zapdos
    • tran - Heatran
    • herra - Heracross
    • hippo - Hippowdon
    • ape - Infernape
    • raichi - Jirachi
    • luke - Lucario
    • champ - Machamp
    • zone - Magnezone
    • mamo - Mamoswine
    • gross - Metagross
    • pz - Porygon-Z
    • mence - Salamence
    • skarm - Skarmory
    • lax - Snorlax
    • cune - Suicune
    • pert - Swampert
    • kiss - Togekiss
    • ttar - Tyranitar
    • vappy - Vaporeon
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    Can we make some of the "brain dead obvious" lingo definitions without much elaboration better?

    EndFlail / EndRev
    A strategy involving Endure, Salac Berry, and the move Flail or Reversal; optionally with Swords Dance. One sets up the attacking move by using Endure to get to 1 HP, with Salac Berry helping it outspeed many threats.

    Paraflinch
    Utilizing both paralysis and flinches to keep an enemy Pokemon from being able to attack. The paralysis assists in keeping the Pokémon immobile more often as well as guaranteeing that they are slower than the flinching Pokémon.

    SubRoost
    Substitute and Roost combined together. Often used on Pressure Pokémon to stall out the PP of moves and to ease prediction.
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    I think I've heard "MagTrio" more than DugZone, but I haven't actually heard either of them very often so whatever.
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    I think it might be best to slash them both in, as I guess it's a preference thing for different people. Other common combos that I thought of while writing this are SalaZone (and when I posted this once, a user corrected me and said it was MagneMence). I'm also going to do a pokemon abbreviations list for UU, and edit it into this post.

    EDIT: I don't think the UU metagame is developed enough (or I haven't played it enough) for there to be commonly used names for the majority of pokemon. I'm going to list the ones that I've heard many times, and leave the rest for now.
    • snow - Abomasnow
    • azu - Azumarril
    • zard - Charizard
    • fable - Clefable
    • trode - Electrode
    • gatr - Feraligatr
    • gardy - Gardevoir
    • chan - Hitmonchan
    • lee - Hitmonlee
    • top - Hitmontop
    • doom - Houndoom
    • tops - Kabutops
    • missy - Mismagius
    • nidos - Nidoqueen + Nidoking
    • wrath - Poliwrath
    • p2 - Porygon2
    • regis - Regice, Registeel, Regirock and Regigigas
    • tom - Rotom
    • bro - Slowbro
    • tomb - Spiritomb
    • raptor - Staraptor
    • lix - Steelix
    • croak - Toxicroak

    Thought of some more general ones.
    • pinch berry - A Berry that boosts a stat when the users health drops to 25%, e.g. Liechi Berry.
    • set up - The act of using moves that boost stats.
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    Needs mention of spin-blocker.
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    I'll take a shot at this. Most of these are geared towards ubers though but I'm pretty sure this stuff is tierless and therefore any tier can fit in.

    Pokemon
    Ogre- Kyogre
    Don- Groudon
    Ray/Quaza - Rayquaza
    Tina- Giratina
    DX-A- Deoxys-A
    DX-S- Deoxys-S
    DX-D- Deoxys-D

    Moves
    Void- Dark Void
    Rend- Spacial Rend
    RoT- Roar of Time (well no one uses it but it's there)
    Force- Shadow Force
    SD*- Selfdestruct (Snorlax/Mewtwo/Wailord)
    Spout- Water Spout
    STalk- Sleep Talk (can't believe no one mentioned this)
    MM- Meteor Mash

    Others
    Glass cannon- A Pokemon who hits extremely hard, but for its immense power it suffers from being very frail and fairly slow. An example of a glass cannon is Rampardos

    *Can someone come up with a better definition for glass cannon? I'm really unsure about the part about being slow

    bg- bad game
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    I think we need to mention "hax," when I just started out I thought that was leetspeak for hacks, heh.

    Edit: ok I should seriously get my blindness checked out

    @Legacy Raider - Isn't Aboma (or Obama) used as shorthand for Abomasnow more than "snow?" I've hear Aboma used a lot more.

    Also, maybe it's just me, but I've always heard BulkyDos as the abbreviation for Gyarados more than BulkyGyara, but I guess it could go either way (And 'Dos can be used for either Zapdos or Gyarados I guess).
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    I hear 'Snow get called both ways equally. I guess it really doesn't matter that much, it won't get confused with anything else.
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    chaosbreon/tyraniboah are ADV not GSC, i know they are gsc era pokemon but thats confusing

    also the original article had a lot of stuff like zard -> charizard but i removed it all - do you really think newcomers, in the heat of battle, are going to be like "wtf does fable mean? let me check smogon.com/articles/newbies_guide oh it stands for clefable"
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    BB is listed as both Brave Bird and Brick Break. They should be combined.

    Also CC can be Cross Chop or Close Combat (though the latter is wayyyy more common I guess)

    EDIT- maybe put somewhere in there that Rotom-A is the appliance forms in general. If I was a newbie I'd think it was a specific form or somethnig.
    EDIT2- SS (Sandstorm obv.) needs to go in there somewhere too.
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't it run Poison Jab, unless this the ADV Terminology if so this should probably just be deleted all together, or at least listed as ADV.

    -Thought you should add this under SubSeed, a description.
    ~The use of using Leech Seed in conjuction with Substitute to drain the HP of your/the foe.
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    Well, I'm just adding one for now but:

    Wall-Breaker

    An offensively oriented pokemon meant specifically for crushing walls rather than sweeping. This is usually done with extra powerful offense (even at the expense of continued sweeping abilities or using a pokemon with low speed), and often with physical and special moves.
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    In "Sets", I don't see MoPcross yet, but I don't know the exact set it uses, except that it's a SubSalac Heracross.
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