Monotype Blissey [Normal] [QC 2/2] [GP 1/1]

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Harpp

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[SET]
name: Utility
move 1: Teleport
move 2: Soft-Boiled
move 3: Seismic Toss
move 4: Stealth Rock / Toxic
item: Heavy-Duty Boots
ability: Natural Cure
nature: Bold
evs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Heavy-Duty Boots makes Blissey a top-notch specially defensive pivot that is not hindered by entry hazards such as Toxic Spikes and Spikes, which makes it superior to Chansey. It is also adept at providing important utility to the team in the form of Teleport, Stealth Rock, or Toxic. Teleport lets Blissey maintain momentum for the team and bring a wallbreaker safely into the battle. Soft-Boiled allows Blissey to keep itself healthy throughout the match to continually support its teammates. Seismic Toss lets Blissey not be complete Taunt bait as well as beat and wear down Pokemon such as Klefki, Hydreigon, and Charizard. Stealth Rock lets Blissey rack up residual damage, wearing down teams and letting offensive Pokemon like Diggersby and Indeedee-M have much easier time wallbreaking. Toxic can be used over Stealth Rock to cripple Pokemon such as Dragapult, Gastrodon, and Calm Mind Slowking. Maximum HP and Defense investment makes Blissey as bulky as possible, mitigating its horrible physical bulk and letting it better take hits from Pokemon like Choice Scarf Excadrill and defensive Incineroar, while Heavy-Duty Boots combines with Soft-Boiled to make Blissey very hard to wear down.

Physically defensive teammates like Bewear and Braviary make for good partners, since they can cover physical attackers like Excadrill. Bulk Up Bewear can also cover Steel-type teams and take on threats like Bisharp. Wallbreakers like Diggersby, Indeedee-M, and Obstagoon love Teleport support from Blissey, as it grants them safe opportunities to break apart opposing teams. Braviary can provide Defog support to stop entry hazards like Toxic Spikes from wearing down these wallbreakers while also acting as a defensive pivot against Fighting-type Pokemon. Heliolisk can outspeed and check threats like Keldeo, switch into Fishious Rend from Dracovish due to its ability Dry Skin, and use Grass Knot to beat Ground-types like Gastrodon that Blissey cannot beat without Toxic. Ditto can dissuade offensive setup sweepers like Swords Dance Excadrill and Azumarill that can take advantage of Blissey.

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- Written by: [[Harpp, 320110]]
- Normal analysis by: [[Harpp, 320110]]
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- Grammar checked by: [[The Dutch Plumberjack, 232216]]
 
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- would move sr / toxic to move#4, reorder the paragraph as well to match
- on teleport would specify that teleport is usually intended to safely bring in a breaker
- for toxic you might wanna suggest you mean calm mind slowking cuz boots teleport slowking could care less about toxic
- porygon2 has fallen out of usage dont know if id mention it here
- mention bisharp specifically for what bewear beats since it destroys pretty much everything else
- add braviary as a teammate, defog+teleport while might not directly affect blissey does make teleport cleaner to use since its teammates wont get fucked by say toxic spikes
- dd pult oftentimes runs sub and since blissey cant touch it behind sub even if it teleports to ditto wont matter cuz substitute blocks imposter

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Would talk about how Blissey > Chansey because Heavy Duty Boots in the first line of the analysis, while Chansey does have Eviolite. I would also highlight Toxic Spikes and Spikes as the two main hazards that Heavy Duty Boots are crucial against.

Give a few examples as to what the defensive EVs help with and tie it in to how Blissey has horrible bulk otherwise.

Braviary is great for switching into Fighting-type Pokemon

I would only really focus on Steel teams for Bewear, as it makes the most sense (Blissey can't Toxic Pokemon in that matchup whereas against Normal/Dark/Ground teams it can).

Would differentiate how Heliolisk can check Keldeo offensively and switch into Dracovish's Fisheous Rend using Dry Skin.

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[SET]
name: Utility
move 1: Teleport
move 2: Soft-Boiled
move 3: Seismic Toss
move 4: Stealth Rock / Toxic
item: Heavy-Duty Boots
ability: Natural Cure
nature: Bold
evs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Heavy-Duty Boots makes (singular) Blissey a top(AH)-notch specially defensive pivot that is not hindered by common entry hazards (plural) such as Toxic Spikes and Spikes against which eviolite Chansey is susceptible, this makes Blissey a premium choice over(AC), which makes it superior to Chansey. It is also adept at providing important utility support to the team in the form of Teleport(RC), Stealth Rock or Toxic. Teleport lets Blissey maintain momentum for the team and bring in a wallbreaker safely into the battle. Soft-Boiled allows Blissey to keep itself healthy through(R)out the match and to keep providing utility support to to continually support its teammates. Seismic Toss lets Blissey not be a complete Taunt-bait while Taunt bait(AC), letting it beat and wear down Pokemon such as Klefki, Hydreigon, and Charizard. Stealth Rock lets Blissey rack up residual damage, wearing down teams and letting offensive Pokemon like Diggersby and Indeedee-M have much easier time wallbreaking. Toxic can be used over Stealth Rock to cripple Pokemon such as Dragapult, Gastrodon, and Calm Mind Slowking. Maximum HP and Defense investment makes Blissey as bulky as possible, mitigating the issue of its horrible physical bulk and letting it better take hits from Pokemon like Choice Scarf Excadrill and defensive Incineroar(AC), while Heavy-Duty Boots as an item keeps it healthy against entry hazards, which combined with Soft-Boiled makes it harder for opposing teams to wear down Blissey. combines with Soft-Boiled to make Blissey very hard to wear down. (conciseness for a point you already mostly covered in the opening sentence)

Physically defensive teammates like Bewear and Braviary make for good partners(AC), since they can cover physical attackers (plural) like Excadrill. Bewear with its Bulk Up set can cover Steel-type teams and take on a threat threats like Bisharp. Wallbreakers like Diggersby, Indeedee-M, and Obstagoon love Teleport support from Blissey, as it grants them safe opportunities to break apart opposing teams. (because Braviary supports the wallbreakers) Braviary can provide Defog support to make sure that the wallbreakers are not affected by hazards like Toxic Spikes stop entry hazards like Toxic Spikes from wearing down these wallbreakers (active voice/runon) while also acting as a defensive pivot against Fighting-type Pokemon. Wallbreakers like Diggersby, Indeedee-M, and Obstagoon love Teleport support from Blissey as it grants them safe opportunities to break apart opposing teams. Heliolisk can outspeed and check threats (plural) like Keldeo due to its higher Speed stat while it can also(AC), switch into Fishious Rend from Dracovish due to its ability Dry Skin(AC), and it can also beat Ground-types (plural) like Gastrodon with Grass Knot which that Blissey cannot beat without Toxic. Ditto can dissuade offensive setup sweepers like Swords Dance Excadrill and Azumarill that can take advantage of Blissey.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Harpp, 320110]]
- Normal analysis by: [[Harpp, 320110]]
- Quality checked by: [[Maroon, 305839], [Decem, 362454]]
- Grammar checked by: [[<username1>, <userid1>]]
 

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GP 1/1
[SET]
name: Utility
move 1: Teleport
move 2: Soft-Boiled
move 3: Seismic Toss
move 4: Stealth Rock / Toxic
item: Heavy-Duty Boots
ability: Natural Cure
nature: Bolda
evs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Heavy-Duty Boots makes (singular) Blissey a top(AH)-notch specially defensive pivot that is not hindered by common (keep if accurate) entry hazards (plural) such as Toxic Spikes and Spikes against which eviolite Chansey is susceptible, this makes Blissey a premium choice over(AC), which makes it superior to Chansey. It is also adept at providing important utility support to the team in the form of Teleport(RC), (don't make this change) Stealth Rock, (AC) or Toxic. Teleport lets Blissey maintain momentum for the team and bring in a wallbreaker safely into the battle. Soft-Boiled allows Blissey to keep itself healthy through(R)out the match and to keep providing utility support to to continually support its teammates. Seismic Toss lets Blissey not be a complete Taunt-bait while Taunt bait(AC), letting it as well as (not correlated, these aren't Taunt users) beat and wear down Pokemon such as Klefki, Hydreigon, and Charizard. Stealth Rock lets Blissey rack up residual damage, wearing down teams and letting offensive Pokemon like Diggersby and Indeedee-M have much easier time wallbreaking. Toxic can be used over Stealth Rock to cripple Pokemon such as Dragapult, Gastrodon, and Calm Mind Slowking. Maximum HP and Defense investment makes Blissey as bulky as possible, mitigating the issue of its horrible physical bulk and letting it better take hits from Pokemon like Choice Scarf Excadrill and defensive Incineroar(AC), while Heavy-Duty Boots as an item keeps it healthy against entry hazards, which combined with Soft-Boiled makes it harder for opposing teams to wear down Blissey. combines with Soft-Boiled to make Blissey very hard to wear down. (conciseness for a point you already mostly covered in the opening sentence)

Physically defensive teammates like Bewear and Braviary make for good partners(AC), since they can cover physical attackers (plural) like Excadrill. Bulk Up Bewear with its Bulk Up set can also cover Steel-type teams and take on a threat threats (check nuance) like Bisharp. Wallbreakers like Diggersby, Indeedee-M, and Obstagoon love Teleport support from Blissey, as it grants them safe opportunities to break apart opposing teams. (because Braviary supports the wallbreakers) Braviary can provide Defog support to make sure that the wallbreakers are not affected by hazards like Toxic Spikes stop entry hazards like Toxic Spikes from wearing down these wallbreakers (active voice/runon) while also acting as a defensive pivot against Fighting-type Pokemon. Wallbreakers like Diggersby, Indeedee-M, and Obstagoon love Teleport support from Blissey as it grants them safe opportunities to break apart opposing teams. Heliolisk can outspeed and check threats (plural) like Keldeo due to its higher Speed stat while it can also(AC), switch into Fishious Rend from Dracovish due to its ability Dry Skin(AC), and it can also use Grass Knot to beat Ground-types (plural) like Gastrodon with Grass Knot which that Blissey cannot beat without Toxic. Ditto can dissuade offensive setup sweepers like Swords Dance Excadrill and Azumarill that can take advantage of Blissey.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Harpp, 320110]]
- Normal analysis by: [[Harpp, 320110]]
- Quality checked by: [[Maroon, 305839], [Decem, 362454]]
- Grammar checked by: [[<username1>, <userid1>]]
 
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