Project Core Analysis Workshop (Discussing Threats to and Partners for Garchomp + Landorus-T)

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Reserving av tangrowth



set:
Tangrowth @ Assault Vest
Ability: Regenerator
EVs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD
Sassy Nature
- Leaf Storm
- Knock Off
- Earthquake
- Hidden Power [Fire]

calcs:
0 SpA Tangrowth Leaf Storm vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Keldeo: 332-392 (102.7 - 121.3%) -- guaranteed OHKO
0 Atk Tangrowth Knock Off (97.5 BP) vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 260-308 (103.5 - 122.7%) -- guaranteed OHKO


as you can see, it just ko's both mons. also it can switch in to both really easily.

calcs:
252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psychic vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Assault Vest Tangrowth: 142-169 (35.1 - 41.8%) -- guaranteed 3HKO
252 SpA Choice Specs Keldeo Secret Sword vs. 252 HP / 4 Def Tangrowth: 171-202 (42.3 - 50%) -- 0.4% chance to 2HKO
252 SpA Choice Specs Keldeo Hydro Pump vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Assault Vest Tangrowth: 97-114 (24 - 28.2%) -- 95.7% chance to 4HKO


and even if it gets critted, it can switch out and gets 1/3 of its HP back due to regenerator. it definitly counters zam+keld really well.
 
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Altaria @ Altarianite
Ability: Natural Cure
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe
Jolly Nature
- Dragon Dance
- Return
- Earthquake
- Roost

Mega Altaria can take one hit from Alakazam or Keldeo choice locked into Secret Sword/Hydro Pump and DD up on them after which it can outspeed both the mons and OHKO them.

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psychic vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Mega Altaria: 188-224 (64.6 - 76.9%) -- guaranteed 2HKO
252 Atk Pixilate Mega Altaria Return vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 361-426 (143.8 - 169.7%) -- guaranteed OHKO
252 SpA Choice Specs Keldeo Hydro Pump vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Mega Altaria: 128-151 (43.9 - 51.8%) -- 11.7% chance to 2HKO
 

Hoopa-Unbound @ Choice Scarf
Ability: Magician
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
Jolly Nature
- Hyperspace Fury
- Gunk Shot
- Drain Punch
- Zen Headbutt

This thing can outspeed both members of the core with its STAB moves, pretty self-explanatory. Although it has to be wary of switching into Keldeo because specs secret sword does a load and it also hates being scald burnt because this is a physical set. Also, zen headbutt misses vs keldeo really suck, but that's just how the cookie crumbles when using this thing because of its subpar physical bulk.
 
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Jirachi @ Choice Scarf
Ability: Serene Grace
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe
Jolly Nature
- Iron Head
- U-turn
- Heart Stamp
- Healing Wish

Scarf Jirachi is an annoying, to put it most accurately, Pokemon for this core to face, thanks to its Speed and flinching abilities.

Regarding Alakazam, Jirachi is capable of OHKOing it with U-turn 68.8% of the time (assuming no prior damage); however, if it's desired for Jirachi to stay in, as is the case often, Iron Head is capable of OHKOing if Zam is at 96% or less, and will always do so if it's at 81.2% or less. And if Iron Head doesn't KO when necessary, 60% of the time it won't even matter thanks to its flinch rate, which is what makes Rachi so evil. Defensively, Jirachi can super easily come in on a Psychic or an Encore, and can take a Focus Blast (does ≈60%) or a Shadow Ball (does ≈80%) if absolutely necessary, but the latter scenarios should be avoided so Rachi can switch into other mons like Latios.

Now for Keldeo, Jirachi's handling it is a bit more luck based, but the odds are still in Jirachi's favor. Heart Stamp 2HKOs Keldeo 100% of the time, and Jirachi is OHKOed by Keldeo 0% of the time (assuming no prior damage, which certainly isn't always possible though) meaning if Jirachi is given a free switch into Keldeo it'll always win, barring crits. Heart Stamp's flinching ability, of course, makes this easier, making it so that Keldeo can only, again if Jirachi is given a free switch, attack Jirachi after its first Heart Stamp 40% of the time. Now, if Jirachi isn't given a free switch, it is still capable of winning 1v1 by virtue of flinch hax (but it is a more shaky check). Secret Sword never does more than 71.5%, Scald never does more than 67.7%, and Hydro Pump never does more than 92.6%, so even when considering Stealth Rock Jirachi can always hypothetically switch into Keldeo, avoid a burn, flinch with Heart Stamp (only needed if Keldeo hasn't switched into anything; if it's already been used as a check to Bisharp, Tyranitar, or something else, then the flinch isn't necessary), and win.

Basically, when assuming previous damage on both Pokemon, which is super fair considering Keldeo is often used to check dark types, Jirachi can check both Pokemon in the core without relying on hax. But, when the situation is more dire, Jirachi can and often will pull through thanks to its flinching moves. And if it doesn't the first time, it still has the bulk to take a Hydro Pump from Keldeo or a Shadow Ball from Alakazam and try again.
 
Reserving Mega Zam


Alakazam-Mega @ Alakazite
Ability: Magic Guard
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
- Psychic
- Shadow Ball
- Focus Blast
- Calm Mind

Mega Alakazam, given that is has already mega evolved, can outspeed and OHKO Keld and LO Zam, with the latter needing some prior damage beforehand to OHKO. This is where CM comes into play. Mega Zam can CM on both Keld and LO Zam pretty freely, avoiding the KO from Hydro Pump and Shadow Ball respectively and proceed to OHKO both of them.

Calcs:
Assuming Mega Zam CMed on the turn that Keld or LO Zam attacked:

252 SpA Choice Specs Keldeo Hydro Pump vs. +1 0 HP / 0 SpD Mega Alakazam: 186-220 (74.1 - 87.6%) -- guaranteed 2HKO

+1 252 SpA Mega Alakazam Psychic vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Keldeo: 602-710 (186.3 - 219.8%) -- guaranteed OHKO

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Shadow Ball vs. +1 0 HP / 0 SpD Mega Alakazam: 164-195 (65.3 - 77.6%) -- guaranteed 2HKO

+1 252 SpA Mega Alakazam Shadow Ball vs. 0 HP / 4 SpD Alakazam: 340-402 (135.4 - 160.1%) -- guaranteed OHKO​
 
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Volcarona @ Passho Berry / Lum Berry
Ability: Flame Body
EVs: 72 HP / 252 SpA / 184 Spe
Timid Nature
- Quiver Dance
- Fire Blast
- Giga Drain
- Bug Buzz

Volcarona can survive any hit from any member of the core and set up a Quiver Dance. From there, it OHKOes both members with Bug Buzz and Giga Drain respectively (+1 Giga needs a little prior damage to get the OHKO on Keldeo).
 
Shedinja

Shedinja @ Focus Sash
Ability: Wonder Guard
EVs: 252 Atk / 252 Spe
Adamant Nature
- Swords Dance/Will o' Wisp
- X-Scissor
- Shadow Sneak
- Baton Pass

Shedinja, despite being a D-ranked monster, can wall entire movesets if is able to avoid dmaage from hazards and status conditions (i.e. Burn or Toxic) which bypasses its Focus Sash.

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Shadow Ball vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Shedinja: 575-676 (57500 - 67600%) -- guaranteed OHKO (bar Focus Sash)
while Shedinja can OHKO directly with X Scissor o 2HKO with Shadow Sneak (only a crit or CB can change this)
252+ Atk Shedinja Shadow Sneak vs. 0 HP / 4 Def Alakazam: 206-246 (82 - 98%) -- guaranteed 2HKO

Specs Keldeo is hopelessly walled by Shedinja, thus being a free switch-in for the Bug which can land one more hit on the switch on Mega Alakazam (even though I don't think the opponent will choose this risky move). Shedinja wins towards Specs Keldeo 1 vs 1 every single time.
I want to underline that Shedinja has a good match up towards these monsters with no hazards on the field.
 
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Excadrill @ Life Orb
Ability: Sand Rush
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe
Adamant Nature
- Earthquake
- Iron Head
- Rock Slide
- Swords Dance

If Sand is up, Excadrill outpaces both Pokemon and OHKO them with STAB Earthquake after Stealth Rock. (Keldeo needs a little bit more damage on it to guarantee the OHKO as with Rocks up, it only has 12.5% chance to be KOed)
 


Curse Mixed Gastrodon as a Hard Check/Soft Counter

Gastrodon @ Leftovers
Ability: Storm Drain
EVs: 252 HP / 112 Def / 144 SpD
Sassy Nature
- Curse
- Scald
- Earthquake
- Recover

Versus Alakazam
252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psychic vs. 252 HP / 144+ SpD Gastrodon: 179-212 (42 - 49.7%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery

252 SpA Life Orb Alakazam Psychic vs. 252 HP / 144+ SpD Gastrodon: 179-212 (42 - 49.7%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Stealth Rock and Leftovers recovery

If Alakazam is running Psyshock over Psychic, you have a slightly under 50% chance to be 2HKO'd without Rocks on the field. But, the given set doesn't use Psyshock (why not, out of curiosity?), so that's not really an issue in this case, but something to keep in mind.

0 Atk Gastrodon Earthquake vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 172-204 (68.5 - 81.2%) -- guaranteed 2HKO

+1 0 Atk Gastrodon Earthquake vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Alakazam: 259-306 (103.1 - 121.9%) -- guaranteed OHKO (although you don't want to set up right in front of Alakazam)

Even unboosted, you cleanly 2HKO Alakazam and win the 1v1 assuming Zam is running Psychic over Psyshock.

Versus Keldeo
You freely switch in on Hydro Pump and Scald, but good Keldeo players will exploit this and nail you with the Secret Sword on the switch.

252 SpA Choice Specs Keldeo Secret Sword vs. 252 HP / 112 Def Gastrodon: 244-288 (57.2 - 67.6%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery

So you can't win the 1v1 assuming you have no boosts.

But, if you force something else out at full and Curse as Keldeo comes in on the switch...

252 SpA Choice Specs Keldeo Secret Sword vs. +1 252 HP / 112 Def Gastrodon: 163-193 (38.2 - 45.3%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Stealth Rock and Leftovers recovery

+1 0 Atk Gastrodon Earthquake vs. 0 HP / 4 Def Keldeo: 151-178 (46.7 - 55.1%) -- 68% chance to 2HKO

You win the 1v1. You can even continue to Curse up and Recover to keep setting up, but that's somewhat dependent on rolls. Still, being able to switch into Scald/Hydro Pump from Specs Keldeo, which is often the safest play since both of those moves are very spammable, means that if you predict well, you can lose no momentum and start to set up.

Given that you can't win the 1v1 versus Specs Keldeo locked into Secret Sword, Curse Gastro unboosted is a check at best, so this set only counters Alakazam. However, being immune or taking almost no damage from 3/4 of Specs Keldeo's options is very helpful.
 
But, the given set doesn't use Psyshock (why not, out of curiosity?)
Zam should be able to break some common walls like hippowdon/Garchomp and it wont be able to if it runs psyshock.

e/: but feel free to use psyshock on ur own team, its not a big difference. Psyshock hits Tornadus harder instead.
 

Infernal

Banned deucer.
Awesome activity, everyone! The period to submit threats is now over, and discussion on partners may now begin. 4 days for this as usual.
 
Threats list:
Aerodactyl: if Stone Edge hits, we'll lose. Otherwise, WoW makes us the winners and this means it can't switch into Rotom-H.
Volcarona: at +6 Fire Blast OHKOes Rotom and a +6 Bug Buzz has a chance to OHKO and Rotom-H can't do almost nothing. If you predict the Volcarona switch-in, just Volt Switch in that Bug leaving 1/5 of its health. It is a counter for Rotom.
Mega Alakazam: it is impossible to win even with SR because outspeeds Rotom, but takes a good chunk from Overheat and MegaZam is so frail that a priority is enough to complete this work. This Mega can't switch freely into the microwave oven.

AV Azumarill: although this pixie has a type advantage towards us, WoW cripples it for the rest of the match and, then, we can use Pain Split and/or Volt-Switching into something which can complete the job.
AV Tornadus-T: can't do nothing to us while we can burn it in order to stack residual damage, thus lowering the recovery provided by Regenerator (33% - 12% = 21 %). If coupled with SR, Regenerator isn't enough to keep Tornadus-T alive.
Excadrill: WoW makes Rock Slide a 3HKO instead of a 2HKO, while Pain Split heals off the damage.
Shedinja: WoW bypasses Focus Sash.
Mega Metagross: WoW affects this monster with Clear Body.
Noivern: tank a Draco Meteor (while clicking Pain Split) is the key to win. Focus Blast 3HKOes if hits. Just keep Rotom-H at high health (=have the HP to stomach a Draco Meteor and still be alive).
Gastrodon: I don't think Gastrodon is really a counter to both Keldeo and Alakazam 1 vs 1 with no prior boosts, but Rotom-H simply burns it ruining Earthquake and tanking with Pain Split is a possibility.
Talonflame: Volt Switch does a lot, but it doesn't OHKO the Smogon Bird. In return Rotom-H is not OHKOed by +6 Sharp Beak Brave Bird which has a recoil + Volt Switch = almost guaranteed OHKO. It's tricky and Rotom has to be at high health (at 90,8% HP to be sure to tank a +6 hit).
Jirachi: WoW as fast as possible, then win between Pain Split and stalling.
AV Tangrowth: Rotom outspeeds and WoW the Grass type in order to win.
Scarf physical Hoopa: it can only 3HKO Rotom-H and, if you burn it, you'll win. P.S. Removing Psychic for Zen Headbutt makes no sense with all this status spam.

Rotom-H


Rotom-Heat @ Leftovers
Ability: Levitate
EVs: 248 HP / 252 Def / 8 Spe
Bold Nature
- Overheat
- Volt Switch
- Will-O-Wisp
- Pain Split

Here we have the microwave oven, which is criminally underrated in OU being overshadowed by it Electric / Water form. Despite it isn't the cleaner you'd expect, it provides good defensive synergy with Keldeo (resisting Grass, Electric and Fairy, for example) and slow U-turns in order to put your frail attackers into play without taking damage. All this happens after having ruined many physical attacker with WoW.

Rotom-H requires hazards control on our side and SR up on the opponen't field because it wears down many of its checks (i.e. Talonflame with SD).

One important thing about Rotom-H is that, despite being weak to SR, it can't be burned, thus having good switch-ins towards many staus spammers.

===> The washing machine can be generally better not being weak to Water+Rock, but the microwave oven has much more defensive synergy with Keldeo:
Rotom-H: resists Grass, Electric (and Bug: it tanks VoltTurn strategies better) and Fairy
Keldeo: resists Rock and Water
 
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Scizor @ Scizorite
Ability: Light Metal
EVs: 248 HP / 44 Atk / 16 Def / 200 SpD
Impish Nature
- Swords Dance
- Roost
- Bullet Punch
- Knock Off

Team's weak to Jirachi, Metagross, Azumarill, and Tornadus. While Mega Scizor isn't a perfect answer to Tornadus, it can wall the others and KO them. It can also revenge kill other threats after a Swords Dance, such as other Alakazam and Noivern. I picked Knock Off so it could beat Shedinja as well as being able to hit Jirachi harder and remove items off of things like Heatran on the switch, but U-Turn is an option to gain momentum.

Doesn't help you with bulky waters, but still makes for a decent partner.
 
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Rotom-Wash @ Leftovers
Ability: Levitate
EVs: 248 HP / 252 Def / 8 Spe
Bold Nature
- Volt Switch
- Hydro Pump
- Will-O-Wisp
- Pain Split

Rotom-w checks most flying types which gives the core troubles, as well as being able to handle some other mons that can bother the core like Excadrill under sand, Azumaril, Jirachi and Bulky MScizor.
 
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Forgot about this thread.

Volcarona @ Lum Berry
Ability: Flame Body
EVs: 4 Def / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
- Quiver Dance
- Fire Blast
- Giga Drain
- Bug Buzz

Anyway, Volcarona can easily defeat foes like Tangrowth, Amoonguss, Gastrodon and Jirachi with its STABs or coverage move. After a Quiver Dance, Volcarona can outpace Mega Alakazam and Scarf users to OHKO them. If using Volcarona, a way to handle Flying-types such as Talonflame, Torn-T and Mega Pinsir is mandatory.
 

Infernal

Banned deucer.
Slightly over 24 hours until the submission period ends. A few more partners would be appreciated before then.
 

Infernal

Banned deucer.
The top partners for this week are Rotom-W and Mega Scizor by Mentalist Swag and Viridi, respectively. The former was chosen for its ability to handle the likes of Talon and Torn, who are arguably the two major threats to the core. In addition to handling them, Rotom-W helps the core with other threats like Azu, Jira, Exca, and Aero. Mega Sciz also handles a good deal of the threats mentioned, such as Azu, Mega Aero, Hoopa-U, Mega Altaria, and so on. Both of these partners are also able to provide free switch in opportunities to Alakazam and Keld, which is always appreciated by offensive Pokemon like them.

Other potential partners for this core include Mega Manectric, Tyranitar, Gliiscor, Thundurus-I, and Heatran. These Pokemon are all able to cover a number of troubling threats while providing other benefits to the core (i.e. Tar traps Pokemon like Latios for Keldeo). One major thing these partners all do is check Talonflame, who is essential to cover when using Alakazam + Keld.

This week we are doing a core with 3 Pokemon, as we haven't done one yet! This means we will only be discussing threats for four days.

Suicune @ Leftovers
Ability: Pressure
EVs: 240 HP / 252 Def / 16 Spe
Bold Nature
- Scald
- Rest
- Sleep Talk or Roar
- Calm Mind

Latias @ Latiasite
Ability: Levitate
EVs: 248 HP / 68 Def / 192 Spe
Timid Nature
- Thunder Wave
- Roost
- Ice Beam
- Thunderbolt

Heatran
@ Leftovers
Ability: Flash Fire
EVs: 248 HP / 8 SpD / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
- Lava Plume
- Toxic
- Taunt
- Stealth Rock

NOTE: Feel free to mention threats that give this core a hard time when Suicune isn't running one of Roar or Sleep Talk. This is because depending on whether Suicune is using Roar or Sleep Talk, several threats can becoming much more threatening.

The cores we've had so far have all been relatively offensive, so here is a more defensively inclined one around Suicune, who has yet to make an appearance in either Core Analysis thread. Suicune is an often overlooked threat, and is definietly a Pokemon that can be hard to stop once it gets going. Like every Pokemon though, there are still a number of Pokemon capable of giving Suicune a hard time. This is where the other core members come in to help patch up its primary issues with grass and electric types. Mega Latias, who has been a popular Pokemon lately, is a good check to several troublesome Pokemon for Suicune, like Breloom, Thundurus-I, and Mega Manectric. The speed control Mega Latias provides to an otherwise slow core is also helpful to keep a few powerful offensive threats from running wild. Heatran rounds the core off by providing a solid answer to Serperior, Ferrothorn, and dragons like Latios, who would otherwise be problematic. Together, these three cover a good range of threats between their resistances and bulk, all without being too passive.

To reiterate: because this is a core with 3 Pokemon, we will only be discussing threats. This period will run for 4 days. Go nuts!
 
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Reserving CM Raikou


Raikou @ Leftovers
Ability: Pressure
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
- Calm Mind
- Thunderbolt
- Hidden Power [Ice]
- Substitute/Shadow Ball

Unless Suicune has already boosted up, CM Raikou can beat it, as the best thing Cune can do is Roar or try to CM up. As for Mega Lati, Raikou cannot be paralyzed and Ice beam cannot break a sub at +1. Sub is also slashed with Shadow Ball to deal with MLati easier. And since Heatran is running minimal SpD, +1 TBolt has a decent chance to 2HKO, while at +2 Tran's Lava Plume will never break the sub.

Calcs:
252 SpA Raikou Thunderbolt vs. 252 HP / 4 SpD Suicune: 240-284 (59.4 - 70.2%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery
0 SpA Suicune Scald vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Raikou: 79-94 (24.6 - 29.2%) -- possible 5HKO after Leftovers recovery
+1 252 SpA Raikou Hidden Power Ice vs. 248 HP / 0 SpD Mega Latias: 126-150 (34.7 - 41.3%) -- guaranteed 3HKO
0 SpA Mega Latias Ice Beam vs. +1 0 HP / 0 SpD Raikou: 58-69 (18 - 21.4%) -- possible 7HKO after Leftovers recovery
+1 252 SpA Raikou Shadow Ball vs. 248 HP / 0 SpD Mega Latias: 170-200 (46.8 - 55%) -- 69.5% chance to 2HKO
+1 252 SpA Raikou Thunderbolt vs. 248 HP / 0 SpD Heatran: 193-228 (50.1 - 59.2%) -- 76.6% chance to 2HKO after Leftovers recovery
0 SpA Heatran Lava Plume vs. +2 4 HP / 0 SpD Raikou: 55-66 (17 - 20.4%) -- possible 7HKO after Leftovers recovery

 
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reserving offensive m sciz



Scizor-Mega @ Scizorite
Ability: Technician
EVs: 40 HP / 252 Atk / 216 Spe
Jolly Nature
- Bug Bite
- Superpower
- Bullet Punch
- Swords Dance


pretty easy to explain. Counters m lati and sets up on it, wins against cune if it doesnt get burned first turn. also it ohkoes heatran on the switchin but its slower so it can be checked by it. But it gets a kill like everytime it comes in.
 
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about a plane crash (Latios) @ Life Orb
Ability: Levitate
EVs: 4 Def / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
- Draco Meteor
- Psyshock
- Earthquake
- Thunderbolt

Four attacks Latios is a very threatening Pokemon and one people don't expect. This core falls on its knees in front of it. Due to Mega Latias's lack of max Speed investment, Latios outspeeds and easily OHKOs with Draco Meteor. Heatran really can't do much to Latios in the first place, making it a shaky check, even if it has the capability to live a single Earthquake from full health. Suicune is probably the biggest issue to Latios if it manages to boost up; however, the combination of Thunderbolt and Draco Meteor can OHKO it, even if it gets to +1 in between.
 
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Hoopa-Unbound @ Choice Band
Ability: Magician
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
Jolly Nature
- Hyperspace Fury
- Gunk Shot
- Drain Punch
- Fire Punch

Hoopa-U shrugs off attacks from Mega Latias and can OHKO it with a Banded Hyperspace Fury. It also outpaces Heatran and Suicune which it can also 2HKO with HSF (Heatran is OHKOed if Rocks + 1 layer of Spikes are up).
 
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Kyurem-Black @ Life Orb
Ability: Teravolt
EVs: 20 Atk / 252 SpA / 236 Spe
Mild Nature
- Ice Beam
- Earth Power
- Fusion Bolt
- Roost

While Kyurem doesn't like to be paralyzed by Mega Latias or burned by Scald, it can still take on this core relatively effectively. It can shrug off Scald and Ice Beam from Suicune and Mega Latias respectively, OHKO Heatran with Earth Power, and 2HKO Mega Latias and Suicune with Ice Beam and Fusion Bolt respectively.

Kyurem vs. Core

20 Atk Life Orb Teravolt Kyurem-B Fusion Bolt vs. 240 HP / 252+ Def Suicune: 198-234 (49.3 - 58.3%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Stealth Rock and Leftovers recovery

252+ SpA Life Orb Teravolt Kyurem-B Earth Power vs. 248 HP / 8 SpD Heatran: 499-593 (129.6 - 154%) -- guaranteed OHKO

252+ SpA Life Orb Teravolt Kyurem-B Ice Beam vs. 248 HP / 0 SpD Mega Latias: 281-330 (77.4 - 90.9%) -- 25% chance to OHKO after Stealth Rock

Core vs. Kyurem

0 SpA Mega Latias Ice Beam vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Kyurem-B: 95-112 (24.2 - 28.6%) -- 98.6% chance to 4HKO

0 SpA Suicune Scald vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Kyurem-B: 43-51 (10.9 - 13%) -- possible 8HKO

0 SpA Heatran Lava Plume vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Kyurem-B: 118-141 (30.1 - 36%) -- 44.2% chance to 3HKO
 
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