Wigglytuff, Eater of Souls Ah, Wigglytuff. Under that cute facade you hide a burning desire for destruction. Unfortunately your rotund and rather hideous body does not allow for this. Fortunately fifth gen brings many mighty new friends to to acquire souls for Wiggly. Code: #40 Wigglytuff Typing: Normal Ability 1: Cute Charm Opponent is attracted with a 30% chance after hitting with a contact move. Ability 2: None Ability 3: (Dream World) Frisk Reveals Foe's held item. HP: 140 Atk: 70 Def: 45 SpA: 75 SpD: 50 Spe: 45 Pre-Evo Moves: Lv1: Sing Lv5: Defence Curl Lv9: Pound Lv13: Disable Lv17: Troll (Sing-a-Round) Lv21: Rollout Lv25: Doubleslap Lv29: Rest Lv33: Body Slam Lv37: Gyro Ball Lv41: Wake Up Slap Lv45: Mimic Lv49: Hyper Voice Lv53: Double Edge Level-Up Moves: - TM Moves: TM06 - Toxic TM10 - Hidden Power TM11 - Sunny Day TM13 - Ice Beam TM14 - Blizzard TM15 - Hyper Beam TM16 - Light Screen TM17 - Protect TM18 - Rain Dance TM20 - Safeguard TM21 - Frustration TM22 - Solarbeam TM24 - Thunderbolt TM25 - Thunder TM27 - Return TM28 - Dig TM29 - Psychic TM30 - Shadow Ball TM31 - Brick Break TM32 - Double Team TM33 - Reflect TM35 - Flamethrower TM38 - Fire Blast TM42 - Facade TM44 - Rest TM45 - Attract TM48 - Troll TM49 - Echo Voice TM52 - Focus Blast TM56 - Fling TM57 - Charge Beam TM59 - Incinerate TM67 - Get Even/ Vengeance TM68 - Giga Impact TM70 - Flash TM73 - Thunder Wave TM74 - Gyro Ball TM77 - Psych Up TM83 - Cheer Up TM85 - Dream Eater TM86 - Grass Knot TM87 - Swagger TM90 - Substitute TM93 - Wild Volt HM04 - Strength Troll: Normal Special PP: 15 / Power: 60 / Accuracy: 100 Raises Base Power the more Pokemon you have with the attack. Echo Voice: Normal Special PP: 15 / Power: 40 / Accuracy: 100 If used in succession, power increases. Incinerate: Fire Special PP: 15 / Power: 30 / Accuracy: 100 Destroys the opponents berry. Vengeance: Normal Physical PP: 5 / Power: 70 / Accuracy: 100 If a teammate fainted last turn, power increases. Cheer Up: Normal Status PP: 30 / Power: - / Accuracy: - Raises Attack and Special Attack one stage. Wild Volt: Electric Physical PP: 15 / Power: 90 / Accuracy: 100 Deals 1/4 recoil damage. Egg Moves: Perish Song Present Faint Attack Wish Fake Tears Last Resort Covet Gravity Sleep Talk Captivate Punishment Wigglytuff will not stop until complete destruction of your opponents team has completed. And then he will eat their souls! Wiggly has the following tools to help him accomplish is goal: Frisk Wigglytuff's thirst for knowledge is only seconded by his thirst for souls! With the new battle format allowing you to see your opponents team before the battle, scouting for pokemon becomes worthless. However, scouting for moves becomes doubly important, because you can no longer surprise opponents with pokemon, but you can surprise them by running, for example, Specsdos (With Earthquake Spiral/Overconfidence). Wigglytuff allows you to see, for example, if they have a girly focus sash or a even wimpier escape button. And once you know their item, you're halfway to their moveset. And once you know their moveset, you're halfway to their soul. Sleep Talk Yes, Wigglytuff is such a beast that it can dismember it's enemies in its sleep! Now last gen, sleep talk was no big deal, what with it being a TM and all, but now it is much more limited. Wish Support With Wish's new tweaking, it now heals 50% of the user's HP. Wigglytuff can support is mighty teammates in their quest for victory by healing even the most grievious wounds (provided said wounds are between 210 and 242 HP worth of damage). It can now restore easily upward of 75 or 80 percent of a pokemon's health. Sturdy pokemon especially will benefit from this, allowing them to stat up, sweep, and switch out and back again. Twice the sweep = twice the souls. Support Besides wish, Wigglytuff has a fairly broad support movepool. It can set up both rain, sun (NU?), and Dualscreen. It can use Gravity, Perish Song, Thunder Wave, Toxic, and Sing. It has Cute Charm to deal with physical sweepers, and a ghost immunity. Wigglytuff has many things with which to prepare the field for the sweepers yet to come. It also got stealth rock last gen. The bad news Wigglytuff is likely to force lots of swiches. This is unfortunate as you will not get a chance to try to take their attacks with your mighty 45 Def / 50 SD. Unfortunately, Wigglytuff is a team player and doesn't like extracting souls itself. As such, even with Cheer Up and excellent coverage, Wigglytuff is unlikely to be sweeping many teams. ALso, Wigglytuff can't stand anybody who's more brawn then brains. When faced with some fighting type who's throwing punches left and right, Wigglytuff is likely to pity the musclebound fool and and drop out of the fight. I suspect that a dominant set will look like this: Fetch me Souls! Wigglytuff @ Leftovers Ability: Frisk EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SA Nature: Impish ~ Wish ~ Protect ~ Toxic / Thunder Wave ~ Ice Beam / Thunderbolt / Flamethrower Dominantly designed to heal Wiggly's injured minions, Wiggly still manages to fill multiple roles. Frisk is to scout. Max Def, to shore up Wiggly's less impenetrable defence stat, and the aforementioned wish. Protect is to scout for moves, and also to heal Wigglytuff if an opponent actually manages to land a blow. Toxic or Thunder Wave to make it a little easier for your minions to sweep, and coverage move of choice, just in case Wigglytuff gets taunted. Wiggly could never resist such a challenge! 3 Stocked! (Brawl set) Jigglypuff @ Macho Brace Ability: Cute Charm EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spd Nature: Adamant ~ Rollout ~ Pound ~ Sing ~ Rest Wiggly's little corpse creatin' kid comes all the way from SSBB to show fifth gen whats what! Macho Brace to be even more Macho, Pound to start the hurts, Rollout for damage, Sing for set up and Rest for the kill! Really, this set plays just like brawl. Well, that's an overview of Wigglytuff, Eater of Souls. I highly recommend you find some minions for him, and create sets to help shore up the many weaknesses of his minions.