AG Choice Scarf Calyrex-S [DONE]

PrimalKyogre

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[OVERVIEW]
Calyrex-S is the most prominent, centralizing threat in Anything Goes by virtue of its nigh-unmatched Speed tier and variety of offensive options. Astral Barrage shreds through neutral targets, and Calyrex-S is able to overcome its defensive checks by using its broad selection of coverage, Tera types, utility, and item options. Additionally, thanks in part to its ability As One, Calyrex-S can snowball late-game when its checks are worn down. However, Calyrex-S's bulk is rather unimpressive, limiting its ability to switch in aggressively or set up on defensive Pokemon. Calyrex-S also struggles early-game against Pokemon resistant to Ghost, such as Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu, as they are able to halt its momentum by switching in to Astral Barrage. Additionally, Ho-Oh's high Special Defense and access to Regenerator allow it to pivot into Choice item variants of Calyrex-S.

[SET]
Choice Scarf (Calyrex-Shadow) @ Choice Scarf
Ability: As One (Spectrier)
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
IVs: 0 Atk
Tera Type: Ghost / Grass
Timid Nature
- Astral Barrage
- Grass Knot
- Psychic
- Trick

[SET COMMENTS]
Choice Scarf Calyrex-S is a phenomenal speed control option on balance and bulky offense teams. Its Speed stat eclipses that of other Choice Scarf users, such as Koraidon and Miraidon; moreover, it is able to reliably revenge kill 1+ Scale Shot Koraidon, setting it apart from its aforementioned competitors. As One allows Calyrex-S to snowball in endgame scenarios. Grass Knot weakens Ting-Lu, which can otherwise switch in and use Spikes. Psychic lets Calyrex-S OHKO Koraidon while also dealing significant chip damage to bulky Arceus. Lastly, Trick cripples Calyrex-S's main defensive checks in Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh, which its teammates can take advantage of. Tera Ghost furthers the strength of Astral Barrage, which secures KOs on weakened targets such as Miraidon and Zacian-C and allows Calyrex-S to 2HKO Ho-Oh. Alternatively, Calyrex-S can opt for Tera Grass in order to 2HKO Ting-Lu with Grass Knot and OHKO both Kyogre and Arceus-Ground after minimal chip damage.

Most forms of balance and bulky offense should consider adding Choice Scarf Calyrex-S, as it provides teams with a reliable option to revenge kill Scale Shot Koraidon. Calyrex-S being a team's Choice Scarf user can give Koraidon the freedom to use a different item. Calyrex-S synergizes well with Pokemon that can take advantage of Astral Barrage switch-ins like Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu. Powerful wallbreakers such as Koraidon, Zacian-C, and Kyogre are capable of this. Partners that can wear down Ting-Lu throughout the game, such as Eternatus and Miraidon, can help ease the burden on Calyrex-S. Because Ho-Oh can pivot into Calyrex-S's moves, wallbreakers such as Swords Dance Koraidon, offensive Ho-Oh, and Necrozma-DM that can wear Ho-Oh down serve as excellent teammates. Calyrex-S appreciates support from entry hazard setters, namely Ting-Lu and Eternatus, in order to secure KOs late-game. Arceus-Water is a reliable defensive switch-in to Arceus and Ho-Oh, and it can stop any offensive momentum they gain at Calyrex-S's expense.

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[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Baton Pass can be fit over Psychic on Choice Scarf sets, allowing Calyrex-S to pivot on a predicted switch to one of its checks and give way to wallbreakers such as Kyogre, Koraidon, and Zacian-C that can take advantage of them. Psychic can also be forgone in favor of Nasty Plot, allowing Calyrex-S to set up after using Trick. This can be used to break through checks like Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh later in the game and take advantage of entry hazard leads such as Ribombee and Glimmora. Nasty Plot sets can use Draining Kiss in tandem with Tera Fairy, granting an immunity to Choice Scarf Koraidon's Outrage as well as a method to break through Ting-Lu while maintaining HP.

Checks and Counters
===================

**Ting-Lu**: Ting-Lu can comfortably switch in on Calyrex-S and set Spikes layers. Ting-Lu is reliant on Leftovers for recovery, however, and therefore cannot switch in on Calyrex-S repeatedly. Moreover, if Calyrex-S Terastallizes, Ting-Lu loses the ability to OHKO it with Payback.

**Arceus**: In addition to having an immunity to Ghost-type attacks, Arceus can recover off damage from Calyrex-S's coverage options and OHKO it with Shadow Claw. Furthermore, Arceus is able to use Choice item variants of Calyrex-S as setup fodder for Swords Dance. However, Choice item variants of Calyrex-S can cripple Arceus with Trick, while Encore variants can lock it into a status or Normal-type move.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh is able to pivot into Astral Barrage and heal using Recover or Regenerator. It is worth noting, however, that bulky variants of Ho-Oh cannot OHKO Calyrex-S from full HP. Additionally, after a Nasty Plot, damage boosts from Life Orb, Tera Stellar, or Tera Ghost can allow Calyrex-S to OHKO Ho-Oh.

**Revenge Killers**: Calyrex-S lacking Choice Scarf are vulnerable to to revenge killers such as Choice Scarf variants of Koraidon and opposing Calyrex-S. Additionally, Giratina-O is able to OHKO Calyrex-S with Shadow Sneak, and if Calyrex-S Terastallizes into a non-Ghost type, it will lose its immunity to Arceus's Extreme Speed.

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[OVERVIEW]
Calyrex-S is the most prominent, centralizing threat in Anything Goes by virtue of both a nigh-unmatched Speed tier and its variety of offensive moveset options. Access to an immensely powerful Ghost-type STAB attack move in Astral Barrage allows Calyrex-S to shred through neutral targets effortlessly. effortlessly is a bit of an overstatement Calyrex-S is able to overcome its defensive checks that resist or are immune to Ghost-type damage by use of its broad selection of coverage, Tera types, utility, and item options. Should these Pokemon faint, Calyrex-S can snowball late-game thanks to its ability As One (Grim Neigh), in addition to its aforementioned Speed tier. this is poorly worded, maybe rewrite it Calyrex-S is not without its faults, however. Its bulk is rather unimpressive, limiting its ability to switch in aggressively or set up on defensive Pokémon. Calyrex-S struggles early-game against Pokémon resistant to Ghost-type damage, such as Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu, as they are able to halt momentum by switching in to Astral Barrage. Additionally, Ho-Oh's high Special Defense and access to Regenerator allows it to pivot into choiced variants of Calyrex-S. Finally, Calyrex-S lacks strong synergy with common pivots such as Koraidon and Miraidon, as their checks often overlap. this last sentence is honestly just wrong, overlapping checks is a good thing as they can wear them down together

[SET]
Calyrex-Shadow @ Choice Scarf
Ability: As One (Spectrier)
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
IVs: 0 Atk
Tera Type: Ghost / Grass
Timid Nature
- Astral Barrage
- Grass Knot
- Psychic
- Trick

[SET COMMENTS]
Choice Scarf Calyrex-S is a phenomenal speed control option on Balance and Bulky Offense. Its Speed stat eclipses that of other Choice Scarf users, such as Koraidon and Miraidon. Moreover, Choice Scarf Calyrex-S is able to reliably revenge kill Koraidon after a Scale Shot boost, setting it apart from its aforementioned competitors. Astral Barrage is Calyrex-S's STAB move of choice due to its obscenely high power and lack of drawbacks. unnecessary info Tera Ghost can further boost its strength, aiding in securing KOs and allowing Calyrex-S to 2HKO Ho-Oh. Move this to after you cover the moves and reword accordingly Astral Barrage secures Choice Scarf Calyrex-S's role as an endgame cleaner, as it has little trouble picking off weakened neutral targets. this sentence is also unnecessary, maybe say something about As One letting it snowball late game Grass Knot enables Calyrex-S to weakens Ting-Lu, which can otherwise switch in to choice locked Astral Barrage and set a Spikes layer. this is a bit wordy, probably change it to something like "which can otherwise switch in and use Spikes" Furthermore, Grass Knot is super effective against Arceus-Ground and Kyogre, both of which have high natural Special Defense. is this sentence really necessary? Calyrex-S can opt for Tera Grass in order to 2HKO Ting-Lu with Grass Knot and KO both Kyogre and Arceus-Ground after minimal chip damage. tera types are mentioned after moves Psychic is Calyrex-S's strongest option for weakening Arceus and Eternatus. Psyshock actually hits etern harder It also offers the valuable ability to OHKO Koraidon. personally this is more important than the ekiller and etern mentions, and you can definitely combine it with the last sentence Lastly, Trick cripples Calyrex-S’s main defensive checks in Ting-Lu and Arceus. Ho-oh? Teammates such as Koraidon, Arceus, and Arceus-Ground can capitalize on this opportunity to set up. this would either go in the next paragraph or need to be changed to something more generic like "for teammates to take advantage of"

Most forms of Balance and Bulky Offense not capitalized should consider adding Choice Scarf Calyrex-S. Particularly, it often finds itself on teams that appreciate a reliable option to revenge kill Scale Shot Koraidon. you can combine this with the last sentence Calyrex-S being a team’s Choice Scarf user frees up the item slot on other Pokémon that often use Choice Scarf, such as Koraidon and Miraidon. scarf mira is bad, just change this to something about kora being free to run other sets Choice Scarf Calyrex-S synergizes well with Pokémon that can take advantage of Astral Barrage switch-ins like Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu. Powerful wallbreakers such as Koraidon, Zacian-C, and Kyogre are capable of this. Partners that can wear down Ting-Lu throughout the game, such as Eternatus and Miraidon, can help ease the burden off of Calyrex-S. Ho-Oh can utilize its sky-high base Special Defense and Regenerator to pivot into Calyrex-S’s moves. Thus, breakers such as Swords Dance Koraidon, Offensive Ho-Oh, and Necrozma-DM that can wear Ho-Oh down serve as excellent teammates. Choice Scarf Calyrex-S appreciates support from entry hazards to secure KOs with Astral Barrage late-game. Teammates such as Ting-Lu, Arceus-Water, and Eternatus can achieve this. much of this paragraph doesn't flow very well, and you keep reusing the same sentence structure

[SET CREDITS]
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[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Though its role as a revenge killer remains largely unchanged, Calyrex-S can employ a few niche moves to work around its checks. Baton Pass can be fitted over Psychic, allowing Calyrex-S to pivot on a predicted switch to one of its checks. Baton Pass gives way to the previously mentioned wallbreakers such as Kyogre, Koraidon, and Zacian-C that can take advantage of Calyrex-S's checks. Psychic can also be forgone in favor of Nasty Plot, allowing Calyrex-S to set up after using Trick. This can be used to break through checks like Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh later in the game. It can also take advantage of entry hazard leads such as Ribombee and Glimmora. if this is just for the scarf set you need to specify that. go over the other options for the other sets too

Checks and Counters
===================

**Ting-Lu**: Ting-Lu can comfortably switch in on Calyrex-S and threaten it with Payback. It can take advantage of forcing Calyrex-S out by setting up Spikes layers. you probably can combine this with the prior sentence Ting-Lu lacks is reliant on Leftovers for recovery, however, and therefore cannot switch in on Calyrex-S repeatedly.

**Arceus**: In addition to an immunity to Ghost-type attacks, Arceus can Recover off damage from Calyrex-S's coverage options. Arceus is able to use Calyrex-S as setup fodder for Swords Dance. the prose is kinda stilted probably specify that it sets up on choice variants, and definitely mention that it can OHKO with shadow claw

**Arceus-Dark**: Arceus-Dark walls Calyrex-S's STABs, forces it out, and can Recover off damage. It cannot hold Heavy-Duty Boots, though, leaving it vulnerable to entry hazards. this isn't worth mentioning in all honesty. If you want to, you could do one on dark types in general.

**Ho-Oh**: With heavy investment in HP, (RC) Ho-Oh is able to pivot in to Astral Barrage and heal using Recover or Regenerator. It is worth noting, however, that bulky variants of Ho-Oh cannot OHKO Calyrex-S from full.

[CREDITS]

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needs some work but the info is overall good, QC 1/2
 
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[OVERVIEW]
Calyrex-S is the most prominent, centralizing threat in Anything Goes by virtue of both a nigh-unmatched Speed tier and its variety of offensive options. Access to an immensely powerful Ghost-type STAB move in Astral Barrage allows Calyrex-S to shred through neutral targets. Calyrex-S is able to overcome its defensive checks by use of its broad selection of coverage, Tera types, utility, and item options. Thanks in part to its ability As One, Calyrex-S can snowball late-game when its checks are worn down. Calyrex-S is not without its faults, however. Its bulk is rather unimpressive, limiting its ability to switch in aggressively or set up on defensive Pokémon. Calyrex-S struggles early-game against Pokémon resistant to Ghost-type damage, such as Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu, as they are able to halt momentum by switching in to Astral Barrage. Additionally, Ho-Oh's high Special Defense and access to Regenerator allows it to pivot into choiced variants of Calyrex-S.

[SET]
Choice Scarf (Calyrex-Shadow) @ Choice Scarf
Ability: As One (Spectrier)
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
IVs: 0 Atk
Tera Type: Ghost / Grass
Timid Nature
- Astral Barrage
- Grass Knot
- Psychic
- Trick

[SET COMMENTS]
Choice Scarf Calyrex-S is a phenomenal speed control option on Balance and Bulky Offense. Its Speed stat eclipses that of other Choice Scarf users, such as Koraidon and Miraidon. Moreover, Choice Scarf Calyrex-S is able to reliably revenge kill Koraidon after a Scale Shot boost, setting it apart from its aforementioned competitors. As One allows Calyrex-S to snowball in endgame scenarios. Grass Knot weakens Ting-Lu, which can otherwise switch in and use Spikes. Calyrex-S can opt for Tera Grass in order to 2HKO Ting-Lu with Grass Knot and KO both Kyogre and Arceus-Ground after minimal chip damage. (you mention Tera Grass again at the end of the paragraph) Psychic lets Calyrex-S OHKO Koraidon, while also dealing significant chip damage to bulky Arceus. Lastly, Trick cripples Calyrex-S's main defensive checks in Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh, which its teammates can take advantage of. Tera Ghost furthers the strength of Astral Barrage, which secures KOs on weakened targets (maybe give a couple relevant examples) and allows Calyrex-S to 2HKO Ho-Oh. Alternatively, Calyrex-S can opt for Tera Grass in order to 2HKO Ting-Lu with Grass Knot and OHKO both Kyogre and Arceus-Ground after minimal chip damage.

Most forms of balance and bulky offense should consider adding Choice Scarf Calyrex-S, as it provides teams with a reliable option to revenge kill Scale Shot Koraidon. Calyrex-S being a team’s Choice Scarf user can give Koraidon the freedom to use a different item. Calyrex-S synergizes well with Pokémon that can take advantage of Astral Barrage switch-ins like Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu. Powerful wallbreakers such as Koraidon, Zacian-C, and Kyogre are capable of this. Partners that can wear down Ting-Lu throughout the game, such as Eternatus and Miraidon, can help ease the burden off of Calyrex-S. Because Ho-Oh can pivot into Calyrex-S’s moves, breakers such as Swords Dance Koraidon, Offensive Ho-Oh, and Necrozma-DM that can wear Ho-Oh down serve as excellent teammates. Calyrex-S appreciates support from entry hazard setters, namely Ting-Lu and Eternatus, in order to secure KOs late-game. (you could also mention which Pokemon deal with Calyrex-S's checks defensively)

[SET CREDITS]
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[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Baton Pass can be fitted over Psychic on Choice Scarf sets, allowing Calyrex-S to pivot on a predicted switch to one of its checks. Baton Pass gives way to wallbreakers such as Kyogre, Koraidon, and Zacian-C that can take advantage of Calyrex-S's checks. Psychic can also be forgone in favor of Nasty Plot, allowing Calyrex-S to set up after using Trick. This can be used to break through checks like Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh later in the game. It can also take advantage of entry hazard leads such as Ribombee and Glimmora. Nasty Plot sets can use Draining Kiss in tandem with Tera Fairy, granting an immunity to Choice Scarf Koraidon’s Outrage as well as a method to break through Ting-Lu while maintaining HP. (is mentioning Focus Sash + Agility as options for Nasty Plot sets on hyper offense teams worth it?)

Checks and Counters
===================

**Ting-Lu**: Ting-Lu can comfortably switch in on Calyrex-S and set Spikes layers. Ting-Lu is reliant on Leftovers for recovery, however, and therefore cannot switch in on Calyrex-S repeatedly. (you could mention that it fears Calyrex-S Terastallizing)

**Arceus**: In addition to an immunity to Ghost-type attacks, Arceus can Recover off damage from Calyrex-S's coverage options and OHKO it with Shadow Claw. Furthermore, Arceus is able to use choice variants of Calyrex-S as setup fodder for Swords Dance. (you could mention that it's hindered by Trick/Encore)

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh is able to pivot in to Astral Barrage and heal using Recover or Regenerator. It is worth noting, however, that bulky variants of Ho-Oh cannot OHKO Calyrex-S from full. (you could mention that +2 Life Orb/Tera Stellar/Tera Ghost OHKOes it)

(mention Choice Scarf revenge killers for non-Choice Scarf Calyrex-S)


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[OVERVIEW]
Calyrex-S is the most prominent, centralizing threat in Anything Goes by virtue of both a its nigh-unmatched Speed tier and its variety of offensive options. Access to an immensely powerful Ghost-type STAB move in Astral Barrage allows Calyrex-S to shred through neutral targets. Astral Barrage shreds through neutral targets, and Calyrex-S is able to overcome its defensive checks by use of using its broad selection of coverage, Tera types, utility, and item options. Thanks Additionally, thanks in part to its ability As One, Calyrex-S can snowball late-game when its checks are worn down. Calyrex-S is not without its faults, however. Its However, Calyrex-S's bulk is rather unimpressive, limiting its ability to switch in aggressively or set up on defensive Pokémon Pokemon. Calyrex-S also struggles early-game against Pokémon Pokemon resistant to Ghost-type damage Ghost, such as Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu, as they are able to halt its momentum by switching in to Astral Barrage. Additionally, Ho-Oh's high Special Defense and access to Regenerator allows allow it to pivot into choiced Choice item variants of Calyrex-S.

[SET]
Choice Scarf (Calyrex-Shadow) @ Choice Scarf
Ability: As One (Spectrier)
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
IVs: 0 Atk
Tera Type: Ghost / Grass
Timid Nature
- Astral Barrage
- Grass Knot
- Psychic
- Trick

[SET COMMENTS]
Choice Scarf Calyrex-S is a phenomenal speed control option on Balance and Bulky Offense balance and bulky offense teams. Its Speed stat eclipses that of other Choice Scarf users, such as Koraidon and Miraidon. Moreover, Choice Scarf Calyrex-S Miraidon; moreover, it is able to reliably revenge kill +1 Scale Shot Koraidon after a Scale Shot boost, setting it apart from its aforementioned competitors. As One allows Calyrex-S to snowball in endgame scenarios. Grass Knot weakens Ting-Lu, which can otherwise switch in and use Spikes. Psychic lets Calyrex-S OHKO Koraidon, (comma) while also dealing significant chip damage to bulky Arceus. Lastly, Trick cripples Calyrex-S's main defensive checks in Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh, which its teammates can take advantage of. Tera Ghost furthers the strength of Astral Barrage, which secures KOs on weakened targets such as Miraidon and Zacian-C and allows Calyrex-S to 2HKO Ho-Oh. Alternatively, Calyrex-S can opt for Tera Grass in order to 2HKO Ting-Lu with Grass Knot and OHKO both Kyogre and Arceus-Ground after minimal chip damage.

Most forms of balance and bulky offense should consider adding Choice Scarf Calyrex-S, as it provides teams with a reliable option to revenge kill Scale Shot Koraidon. Calyrex-S being a team’s team's Choice Scarf user can give Koraidon the freedom to use a different item. Calyrex-S synergizes well with Pokémon Pokemon that can take advantage of Astral Barrage switch-ins like Arceus, Arceus-Dark, and Ting-Lu. Powerful wallbreakers such as Koraidon, Zacian-C, and Kyogre are capable of this. Partners that can wear down Ting-Lu throughout the game, such as Eternatus and Miraidon, can help ease the burden off of on Calyrex-S. Because Ho-Oh can pivot into Calyrex-S’s Calyrex-S's moves, breakers wallbreakers such as Swords Dance Koraidon, Offensive offensive Ho-Oh, and Necrozma-DM that can wear Ho-Oh down serve as excellent teammates. Calyrex-S appreciates support from entry hazard setters, namely Ting-Lu and Eternatus, in order to secure KOs late-game. Arceus-Water is a reliable defensive switch-in to Arceus and Ho-Oh, and it can stop any offensive momentum they gain at Calyrex-S’s Calyrex-S's expense.

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[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Baton Pass can be fitted fit over Psychic on Choice Scarf sets, allowing Calyrex-S to pivot on a predicted switch to one of its checks. Baton Pass gives checks and give way to wallbreakers such as Kyogre, Koraidon, and Zacian-C that can take advantage of Calyrex-S's checks them. Psychic can also be forgone in favor of Nasty Plot, allowing Calyrex-S to set up after using Trick. This can be used to break through checks like Ting-Lu, Arceus, and Ho-Oh later in the game. It can also game and take advantage of entry hazard leads such as Ribombee and Glimmora. Nasty Plot sets can use Draining Kiss in tandem with Tera Fairy, granting an immunity to Choice Scarf Koraidon’s Koraidon's Outrage as well as a method to break through Ting-Lu while maintaining HP.

Checks and Counters
===================

**Ting-Lu**: Ting-Lu can comfortably switch in on Calyrex-S and set Spikes layers. Ting-Lu is reliant on Leftovers for recovery, however, and therefore cannot switch in on Calyrex-S repeatedly. If Moreover, if Calyrex-S Terastallizes, Ting-Lu loses the ability to OHKO it with Payback.

**Arceus**: In addition to having an immunity to Ghost-type attacks, Arceus can Recover recover off damage from Calyrex-S's coverage options and OHKO it with Shadow Claw. Furthermore, Arceus is able to use choice Choice item variants of Calyrex-S as setup fodder for Swords Dance. Choiced However, Choice item variants of Calyrex-S can cripple Arceus with Trick, while Encore variants can lock it in to using into a status or Normal-type move.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh is able to pivot in to into Astral Barrage and heal using Recover or Regenerator. It is worth noting, however, that bulky variants of Ho-Oh cannot OHKO Calyrex-S from full HP. Additionally, After a Nasty Plot, damage boosts from Life Orb, Tera Stellar, or Tera Ghost can allow Calyrex-S to OHKO Ho-Oh.

**Revenge Killers**: Calyrex-S lacking Choice Scarf are vulnerable to to revenge killers such as Choice Scarf variants of Koraidon and opposing Calyrex-S. Additionally, Giratina-O is able to OHKO Calyrex-S with Shadow Sneak. If Sneak, and if Calyrex-S Terastallizes into a non-Ghost type, it will lose its immunity to Arceus's Extreme Speed.

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