DPP Magnezone (Boosting Sweeper)

I've tested this set, and when I actually got to use it (i.e. when the rest of my team didn't win first), it was able to sweep more often than not. I have saved some of the logs. They are not any particular ones, just random ones were Magnezone was used. I know that at least a few of them show sweeps.


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http://www.smogon.com/dp/pokemon/magnezone
[SET]
Name: Charge It Up!
Move 1: Thunderbolt
Move 2: Hidden Power Ice
Move 3: Charge Beam
Move 4: Substitute
Nature: Timid
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Salac Berry
EVs: 76 HP / 252 SpA / 180 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Unlike other Magnezone sets, this one focuses on setting up for a sweep, rather than revenge killing. Magnezone can use Charge Beam, Magnet Pull, and good defenses to set up, while still providing its team with key resistances. Charge Beam is the driving force of this set, as it enables Magnezone to raise its already mighty Special Attack. Substitute offers this set several things. Most importantly, it allows Magnezone to activate Salac Berry and raise its poor Speed to acceptable levels. It also gives Magnezone a shield against opponents that outspeed it. Finally, it protects Magnezone from debilitating status effects, especially paralysis. Thunderbolt and Hidden Power Ice offer Magnezone the greatest possible type coverage, being resisted in OU only by opposing Magnezone. Hidden Power Grass is also an option to hit Swampert or Mamoswine, but several other Pokemon will now wall you, such as Celebi and Latias. Flash Cannon gets STAB and can easily OHKO Tyranitar, Rhyperior, and Mamoswine after a boost, but it can't touch Swampert.</p>

<p>Magnezone hits 331 Speed after a Salac boost with 180 Speed EVs and a Timid nature, outspeeding +Speed base 100 Pokemon and the common MixApe. Special Attack is maxed so that Magnezone will hit as hard as possible. The remaining EVs are allocated to HP, creating sturdier Substitutes, with Salac Berry activating after three uses. Being resistant to Extremespeed, Bullet Punch, and Ice Shard, Magnezone does not have to fear priority attacks aside from the rare Mach Punch or Vacuum Wave. Using 228 HP/100 Def/84 SAtk/96 SDef as the EV spread along with Leftovers, Magnezone can more easily set up on stall teams. With this spread, it can survive 4 Seismic Tosses from Blissey at full HP, and take three Bullet Punches from Scizor per Substitute while still having the necessary power to deal with other Pokemon, especially after several boosts. If outrunning max Speed Adamant Scizor is a priority, then 36 EVs should be shifted to Speed from HP.</p>

<p>While many Pokemon are able to effectively use a SubSalac set, Magnet Pull gives Magnezone a distinct advantage. With Magnet Pull, Magnezone can easily set up on Steel-types such as Scizor or Jirachi locked into a resisted attack. Magnezone also is immune to sand damage, unlike Jolteon and Rotom. Once Magnezone has accumulated enough boosts, it can easily kill the helpless Pokemon and proceed to sweep. Because of the popularity of Steel-type Pokemon, Magnezone should have no trouble finding a way to set up.</p>

<p>The easiest way to beat this Magnezone is by either using a Pokemon that is faster than it or one that will survive an attack. In OU, Magnezone has the most trouble with Swampert, Rotom, Azelf, Gengar, Latias, Starmie, and Blissey. A specially defensive Tyranitar or Scizor can easily take out the four faster Psychic- and Ghost-types with Pursuit and severely damage Blissey. Swampert is handled by any Pokemon with a Grass-type attack, such as Infernape or Celebi, and is incapacitated by Toxic or Toxic Spikes. Blissey can be beaten by most physically-oriented sweepers, particularly those with a Fighting-type move. Dugtrio also deserves a mention due to its ability to trap and kill Blissey and beat Azelf and Gengar through either Sucker Punch or Pursuit. Paralysis will help enable a sweep by crippling any opposing Choice Scarfers. Finally, "Pursuit-bait" Pokemon such as Rotom and Latias and "Bullet Punch-bait" Pokemon like Gengar and Tyranitar are excellent additions to your team since they will easily lure out Scizor and Jirachi. This will allow Magnezone to come in after a kill and set up on a resisted attack.</p>

<p>Tricking a Choice item onto virtually any Steel-type Pokemon is the best way to facilitate a Magnezone sweep. The best candidates for this role are Rotom, Gengar, and Latias. All three resist or are immune to Fighting- and Ground-type attacks, Magnezone's two most common weaknesses, while Latias has the added benefit of resisting Fire-type attacks. This means an opposing Pokemon will almost never select an attack that is effective against Magnezone. Magnezone can then switch in on the most likely resisted attack and set up Substitutes and Charge Beams.</p>
 


[SET]
Name: Charge It Up!
Move 1: Thunderbolt
Move 2: Flash Cannon
Move 3: Charge Beam
Move 4: Substitute
Nature: Timid
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Salac Berry
EVs: 76 HP / 252 SpA / 180 Spe (spaces)

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Magnezone can use its unique ability in conjunction with its excellent typing to set up several stat boosts, allowing it to become a formidable endgame sweeper.</p>

<p>This set utilizes Magnezone's ability to trap Steel-types, its resistance to many moves, and its excellent defenses to set up for a sweep.(imo the underlined section can be removed completely. it doesn't add any new info to the analysis [the first line already says something similar] and the general wording is kind of awkward) Charge Beam is the driving force of this set, as it enables Magnezone to raise its already mighty Special Attack several times. Substitute has multiple things to offer to this set. Most importantly, it allows Magnezone to activate its Salac Berry and raise its poor Speed to acceptable levels. It also allows Magnezone to have a shield against opponents that either are not beaten in one hit, or are faster. Finally, it protects Magnezone from debilitating status effects, especially paralysis. Thunderbolt and Flash Cannon both get STAB and offer Magnezone the greatest possible type coverage, hitting everything neutral (removed "or better", unnecessary) except Swampert and Electric-types.</p>

<p>Magnezone will be able to hit 332 Speed after a Salac boost with 180 Speed EVs and a Timid nature, outspeeding +Speed nature base 100 Pokemon and the ubiquitous Mixape. Special Attack is maxed so that Magnezone will hit as hard as possible. The remaining EVs are allocated to HP, permitting more robust Substitutes to be created with Salac Berry activating after three uses.</p>

<p>While many Pokemon are able to effectively use a SubSalac set, Magnezone has one distinct advantage over other candidates: Magnet Pull. With Magnet Pull, Magnezone can easily set up on Steel-types such as Scizor or Jirachi locked into a resisted attack, taking only paltry damage from their onslaught. Magnezone also is immune to sand damage, which is the bane of many sets like this. Once Magnezone has accumulated enough boosts, it can easily kill the helpless Pokemon and proceed to sweep. Because of the popularity of Steel-type Pokemon, Magnezone should have no trouble finding a way to set up.</p>

<p>The easiest way to beat this Magnezone is by either using a Pokemon that is faster than it or one that will survive an attack. (removed an extra period) In OU, the Pokemon Magnezone will have the most trouble with are Swampert, Rotom, Azelf, Gengar, Latias, Starmie, and Blissey. A specially defensive Tyranitar or Scizor can easily take out the four faster Psychic- and Ghost-types with Pursuit, as well as severely damage or even KO Blissey. Swampert can be easily handled by any Pokemon with a Grass-type attack such as Infernape or Celebi, and is incapacitated by Toxic or Toxic Spikes. Blissey can be beaten by most physically-oriented sweepers, particularly those with a Fighting-type move. Dugtrio also deserves a mention due to its ability to trap and kill Blissey, and beat Azelf and Gengar through either Sucker Punch or Pursuit. Finally, "Pursuit-bait" Pokemon such as Rotom and Latias and "Bullet Punch-bait" Pokemon like Gengar and Tyranitar are excellent additions to your team since they will easily lure out Scizor and Jirachi. This will allow Magnezone to come in after a kill and set up on a resisted attack.</p>

I thought this set was written clearly and cleverly, good job. The only addition I'd like to throw out there is Leftovers over a Salac Berry. While I've never tried a set such as this, Leftovers would allow Magnezone to take resisted choice attacks from Steels better and would make it less vulnerable to priority, etc. Another possible mention is that Magnezone 4x resists Bullet Punch and 2x resists Extreemespeed, which helps it pull this off.
 
I've had someone else mention that too, but the reason I chose to leave leftovers out is that Magnezone cannot outspeed enough things to sweep without it. Heatran, Salamence, Infernape, Metagross, Lucario, Gyarados, etc all outspeed it unless it has the Salac boost. While Leftovers will aid its survivability, it will probably only be able to get 1, maybe 2 kills instead of sweeping a team. It is an interesting idea though, especially with a lot of paralysis support, and might be worth testing.
 

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http://www.smogon.com/dp/pokemon/magnezone
[SET]
Name: Charge It Up!
Move 1: Thunderbolt
Move 2: Flash Cannon
Move 3: Charge Beam
Move 4: Substitute
Nature: Timid
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Salac Berry
EVs: 76 HP / 252 SpA / 180 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Magnezone can use its unique ability in conjunction with its excellent typing to set up several stat boosts, allowing it to become a formidable endgame sweeper. Charge Beam is the driving force of this set, as it enables Magnezone to raise its already mighty Special Attack several times. Substitute has multiple things to offer this set. Most importantly, it allows Magnezone to activate its Salac Berry and raise its poor Speed to acceptable levels. It also allows Magnezone to have a shield against opponents that either are not beaten in one hit, or are faster. Finally, it protects Magnezone from debilitating status effects, especially paralysis. Thunderbolt and Flash Cannon both get STAB and offer Magnezone the greatest possible type coverage, hitting everything neutral except Swampert and Electric-types.</p>

<p>Magnezone will be able to hit 332 Speed after a Salac boost with 180 Speed EVs and a Timid nature, outspeeding +Speed base 100 Pokemon and the ubiquitous MixApe. Special Attack is maxed so that Magnezone will hit as hard as possible. The remaining EVs are allocated to HP, permitting more robust Substitutes to be created, with Salac Berry activating after three uses. Being resistantto Extremespeed, Bullet Punch, and Ice Shard, Magnezone does not have to fear priority attacks aside from the rare Mach Punch or Vacuum Wave.</p>

<p>While many Pokemon are able to effectively use a SubSalac set, Magnezone has one distinct advantage over other candidates: Magnet Pull. With Magnet Pull, Magnezone can easily set up on Steel-types such as Scizor or Jirachi locked into a resisted attack, taking only paltry damage from their onslaught. Magnezone also is immune to sand damage, which is the bane of many sets like this. Once Magnezone has accumulated enough boosts, it can easily kill the helpless Pokemon and proceed to sweep. Because of the popularity of Steel-type Pokemon, Magnezone should have no trouble finding a way to set up.</p>

<p>The easiest way to beat this Magnezone is by either using a Pokemon that is faster than it or one that will survive an attack. In OU, the Pokemon Magnezone will have the most trouble with are Swampert, Rotom, Azelf, Gengar, Latias, Starmie, and Blissey. A specially defensive Tyranitar or Scizor can easily take out the four faster Psychic- and Ghost-types with Pursuit, as well as severely damage Blissey. Swampert can be easily handled by any Pokemon with a Grass-type attack, such as Infernape or Celebi, and is incapacitated by Toxic or Toxic Spikes. Blissey can be beaten by most physically-oriented sweepers, particularly those with a Fighting-type move. Dugtrio also deserves a mention due to its ability to trap and kill Blissey and beat Azelf and Gengar through either Sucker Punch or Pursuit. Paralysis support will facilitate a sweep by crippling any Choice Scarf users that may happen to be present. Finally, "Pursuit-bait" Pokemon such as Rotom and Latias and "Bullet Punch-bait" Pokemon like Gengar and Tyranitar are excellent additions to your team since they will easily lure out Scizor and Jirachi. This will allow Magnezone to come in after a kill and set up on a resisted attack.</p>
 
Here are some of my first logs. These were taken randomely and not cherry picked. I am Oho Jee.

Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
lukemon sent out Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Tyranitar used Earthquake.
It's super effective!
Metagross lost 52% of its health.
Metagross used Meteor Mash.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 100% of its health.
lukemon's Tyranitar fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
lukemon switched in Jirachi (lvl 100 Jirachi).
Jirachi used Iron Head.
It's not very effective...
Metagross lost 13% of its health.
Metagross flinched!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Jirachi used Iron Head.
It's not very effective...
Metagross lost 13% of its health.
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Metagross used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
Jirachi lost 11% of its health.
Jirachi used Iron Head.
It's not very effective...
Metagross lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Jirachi's attack!
Jirachi used Iron Head.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 8% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
lukemon switched in Shuckle (lvl 100 Shuckle ?).
Pointed stones dug into Shuckle.
Shuckle lost 25% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Shuckle is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
Shuckle's leftovers restored its health a little!
Shuckle restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Shuckle used Knock Off.
A critical hit!
Metagross lost 2% of its health.
Shuckle knocked off foe Metagross's Occa Berry!
The sandstorm rages.
Shuckle's leftovers restored its health a little!
Shuckle restored 6% of its health.
---
lukemon switched in Jirachi (lvl 100 Jirachi).
Pointed stones dug into Jirachi.
Jirachi lost 6% of its health.
Metagross used Meteor Mash.
It's not very effective...
Jirachi lost 27% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Jirachi used Thunderpunch.
Metagross lost 7% of its health.
Oho Jee's Metagross fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Jirachi used Thunderpunch.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 12% of its health.
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Jirachi used Thunderpunch.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Jirachi lost 26% of its health.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Jirachi used Thunderpunch.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Jirachi lost 29% of its health.
lukemon's Jirachi fainted.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
---
lukemon switched in Rhyperior (lvl 100 Rhyperior ?).
Pointed stones dug into Rhyperior.
Rhyperior lost 6% of its health.
Magnezone used Flash Cannon.
It's super effective!
Rhyperior lost 94% of its health.
lukemon's Rhyperior fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
lukemon switched in Donphan (lvl 100 Donphan ?).
Pointed stones dug into Donphan.
Donphan lost 6% of its health.
Donphan used Ice Shard.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
Magnezone used Flash Cannon.
A critical hit!
Donphan lost 94% of its health.
lukemon's Donphan fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
lukemon switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Scizor used Superpower.
It's super effective!
Magnezone lost 63% of its health.
Oho Jee's Magnezone fainted.
Scizor's attack was lowered.
Scizor's defence was lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Scizor's attack!
Scizor used Superpower.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 11% of its health.
Scizor's attack was lowered.
Scizor's defence was lowered.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Scizor is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
lukemon has left the room.
Oho Jee wins!
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
wtfftw sent out Rotom-h (lvl 100 Rotom-h).
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Rotom-h used Trick.
Rotom-h obtained Occa Berry!
Metagross obtained Choice Scarf!
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Rotom-h used Thunderbolt.
It's not very effective...
Latias lost 20% of its health.
---
Latias used Draco Meteor.
Rotom-h lost 83% of its health.
Latias's special attack was harshly lowered.
Rotom-h used Trick.
Rotom-h obtained Choice Scarf!
Latias obtained Occa Berry!
---
wtfftw switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Latias used Trick.
Latias obtained Quick Powder!
Tyranitar obtained Occa Berry!
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Surf.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 19% of its health.
Tyranitar used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Latias lost 62% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Surf.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 19% of its health.
Tyranitar used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Latias lost 7% of its health.
Oho Jee's Latias fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Tyranitar's attack!
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Tyranitar is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
Tyranitar used Stone Edge.
It's super effective!
Gyarados lost 62% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Tyranitar used Stone Edge.
It's not very effective...
Metagross lost 15% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
wtfftw switched in Rotom-h (lvl 100 Rotom-h).
Pointed stones dug into Rotom-h.
Rotom-h lost 12% of its health.
Metagross used Meteor Mash.
Metagross's attack missed!
The sandstorm rages.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 4% of its health.
wtfftw's Rotom-h fainted.
---
wtfftw switched in Heatran (lvl 100 Heatran ?).
Pointed stones dug into Heatran.
Heatran lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
Heatran used Substitute.
Heatran lost 25% of its health.
Heatran made a substitute!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Heatran used Earth Power.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 29% of its health.
Tyranitar used Earthquake.
It's super effective!
The substitute took damage for Heatran!
Heatran's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
---
wtfftw switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Tyranitar used Earthquake.
Scizor lost 44% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Scizor used U-turn.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 71% of its health.
Oho Jee's Tyranitar fainted.
wtfftw switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Tyranitar's attack!
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 37% of its health.
wtfftw's Tyranitar fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
wtfftw switched in Yanmega (lvl 100 Yanmega ?).
Pointed stones dug into Yanmega.
Yanmega lost 50% of its health.
Yanmega used Air Slash.
Gyarados lost 35% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Yanmega is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 3% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gyarados fainted.
Yanmega is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Yanmega lost 6% of its health.
Yanmega's leftovers restored its health a little!
Yanmega restored 6% of its health.
Yanmega's Speed Boost raised its speed!
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Yanmega is paralysed! It can't move!
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
Yanmega lost 50% of its health.
wtfftw's Yanmega fainted.
Gengar lost 10% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gengar is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gengar lost 6% of its health.
---
wtfftw switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Gengar lost 84% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gengar fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Substitute.
But it failed!
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Substitute.
But it failed!
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
The sandstorm rages.
Magnezone's Salac Berry raised its speed!
---
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 29% of its health.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 2% of its health.
wtfftw's Scizor fainted.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
---
wtfftw switched in Mismagius (lvl 100 Mismagius ?).
Pointed stones dug into Mismagius.
Mismagius lost 12% of its health.
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
Mismagius lost 88% of its health.
wtfftw's Mismagius fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
wtfftw switched in Heatran (lvl 100 Heatran ?).
Pointed stones dug into Heatran.
Heatran lost 12% of its health.
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
Heatran lost 50% of its health.
wtfftw's Heatran fainted.
Oho Jee wins!
wtfftw: gg
Oho Jee: gg
wtfftw has left the room.
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
PiggyPower sent out Swamp (lvl 100 Swampert ?).
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
Swamp used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Metagross used Meteor Mash.
Metagross's attack missed!
Swamp used Earthquake.
It's super effective!
Metagross lost 55% of its health.
---
Metagross used Explosion.
Swamp lost 100% of its health.
PiggyPower's Swamp fainted.
Oho Jee's Metagross fainted.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
PiggyPower switched in Scissors (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Scissors's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Pointed stones dug into Scissors.
Scissors lost 12% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Scissors is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
Scissors used U-turn.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 13% of its health.
PiggyPower switched in Ducky (lvl 100 Porygon2).
Ducky traced Gyarados's Intimidate!
Ducky's intimidate cut Gyarados's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Ducky.
Ducky lost 12% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
Ducky's leftovers restored its health a little!
Ducky restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Ducky used Discharge.
Tyranitar lost 9% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Ducky is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Ducky lost 6% of its health.
Ducky's leftovers restored its health a little!
Ducky restored 6% of its health.
---
Tyranitar used Stone Edge.
Ducky lost 53% of its health.
Ducky used Toxic.
Tyranitar was badly poisoned!
The sandstorm rages.
Ducky is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Ducky lost 6% of its health.
Tyranitar is hurt by poison!
Tyranitar lost 6% of its health.
Ducky's leftovers restored its health a little!
Ducky restored 6% of its health.
---
PiggyPower switched in Scissors (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scissors.
Scissors lost 12% of its health.
Tyranitar used Stone Edge.
Tyranitar's attack missed!
The sandstorm rages.
Tyranitar is hurt by poison!
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Scissors's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Scissors is paralysed! It can't move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Rest.
Gyarados fell asleep!
Gyarados restored 57% of its health.
Scissors is paralysed! It can't move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados is fast asleep!
Gyarados used Sleep Talk.
Gyarados used Waterfall.
Scissors lost 34% of its health.
Scissors used U-turn.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 14% of its health.
PiggyPower switched in Dragon (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Dragon.
Dragon lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
Dragon used Thunderbolt.
It's not very effective...
Latias lost 14% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 6% of its health.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
PiggyPower switched in Scissors (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scissors.
Scissors lost 12% of its health.
Latias used Draco Meteor.
It's not very effective...
Scissors lost 29% of its health.
PiggyPower's Scissors fainted.
Latias's special attack was harshly lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
PiggyPower switched in Ducky (lvl 100 Porygon2).
Ducky traced Latias's Levitate!
Pointed stones dug into Ducky.
Ducky lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Ducky used Recover.
Ducky restored 50% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Ducky is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Ducky lost 6% of its health.
Tyranitar is hurt by poison!
Tyranitar lost 6% of its health.
Ducky's leftovers restored its health a little!
Ducky restored 6% of its health.
---
Tyranitar used Stone Edge.
A critical hit!
Ducky lost 79% of its health.
PiggyPower's Ducky fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Tyranitar is hurt by poison!
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
---
PiggyPower switched in Heat (lvl 100 Heatran ?).
Pointed stones dug into Heat.
Heat lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Heat's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Heat used Substitute.
Heat lost 25% of its health.
Heat made a substitute!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Lava Plume.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 16% of its health.
Gyarados is fast asleep!
Gyarados used Sleep Talk.
Gyarados used Rest.
But it failed!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Lava Plume.
It's not very effective...
A critical hit!
Gyarados lost 33% of its health.
Gyarados woke up!
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's super effective!
The substitute took damage for Heat!
Heat's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Lava Plume.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 13% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gyarados fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Pointed stones dug into Gengar.
Gengar lost 12% of its health.
PiggyPower switched in Dragon (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Dragon.
Dragon lost 12% of its health.
Gengar used Focus Blast.
It's not very effective...
Dragon lost 24% of its health.
Gengar lost 10% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 6% of its health.
Gengar is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gengar lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Dragon used Draco Meteor.
Tyranitar lost 17% of its health.
Oho Jee's Tyranitar fainted.
Dragon's special attack was harshly lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
Dragon used Draco Meteor.
It's super effective!
Latias lost 50% of its health.
Oho Jee's Latias fainted.
Dragon's special attack was harshly lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Pointed stones dug into Gengar.
Gengar lost 12% of its health.
PiggyPower switched in Celery (lvl 100 Celebi).
Pointed stones dug into Celery.
Celery lost 12% of its health.
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
It's super effective!
Celery lost 87% of its health.
Gengar lost 10% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gengar is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gengar lost 6% of its health.
Celery is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Celery lost 0% of its health.
PiggyPower's Celery fainted.
---
PiggyPower switched in Dragon (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Dragon.
Dragon lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Pointed stones dug into Magnezone.
Magnezone lost 6% of its health.
Dragon used Draco Meteor.
Dragon's attack missed!
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 6% of its health.
---
Dragon used Draco Meteor.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 37% of its health.
Dragon's special attack was harshly lowered.
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
The sandstorm rages.
Dragon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Dragon lost 4% of its health.
PiggyPower's Dragon fainted.
---
PiggyPower switched in Heat (lvl 100 Heatran ?).
Pointed stones dug into Heat.
Heat lost 12% of its health.
Heat used Substitute.
Heat lost 25% of its health.
Heat made a substitute!
Magnezone used Substitute.
But it failed!
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Torment.
But it failed!
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
The substitute took damage for Heat!
Heat's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Lava Plume.
It's super effective!
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
Heat lost 36% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Torment.
Magnezone was subjected to Torment!
Magnezone couldn't use the move after the torment!
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Protect.
Heat protected itself!
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Heat protected itself!
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Substitute.
Heat lost 25% of its health.
Heat made a substitute!
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
The substitute took damage for Heat!
Heat's substitute faded!
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Substitute.
Heat lost 25% of its health.
Heat made a substitute!
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
The substitute took damage for Heat!
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Heat used Lava Plume.
It's super effective!
A critical hit!
Magnezone lost 32% of its health.
Oho Jee's Magnezone fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Heat's leftovers restored its health a little!
Heat restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Pointed stones dug into Gengar.
Gengar lost 12% of its health.
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Heat!
Heat's substitute faded!
Heat used Lava Plume.
Gengar lost 31% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gengar fainted.
PiggyPower wins!
Oho Jee: gg
PiggyPower: gg
PiggyPower has left the room.
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
FlyNub sent out Jirachi (lvl 100 Jirachi).
Jirachi used U-turn.
Metagross lost 16% of its health.
FlyNub switched in Empoleon (lvl 100 Empoleon ?).
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Empoleon used Agility.
Empoleon's speed was sharply raised.
Metagross used Explosion.
It's not very effective...
Empoleon lost 100% of its health.
FlyNub's Empoleon fainted.
Oho Jee's Metagross fainted.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
FlyNub switched in Jirachi (lvl 100 Jirachi).
Pointed stones dug into Jirachi.
Jirachi lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's intimidate cut Jirachi's attack!
Jirachi used U-turn.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 5% of its health.
FlyNub switched in Vaporeon (lvl 100 Vaporeon ?).
Pointed stones dug into Vaporeon.
Vaporeon lost 12% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Vaporeon is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 5% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Vaporeon used Hidden Power.
It's not very effective...
Latias lost 16% of its health.
---
FlyNub switched in Jirachi (lvl 100 Jirachi).
Pointed stones dug into Jirachi.
Jirachi lost 6% of its health.
Latias used Thunderbolt.
Jirachi lost 31% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Jirachi's attack!
Jirachi used U-turn.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 5% of its health.
FlyNub switched in Rotom-h (lvl 100 Rotom-h).
Pointed stones dug into Rotom-h.
Rotom-h lost 12% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 5% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Rotom-h used Thunderbolt.
Tyranitar lost 20% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 6% of its health.
---
Rotom-h used Thunderbolt.
Tyranitar lost 21% of its health.
Tyranitar used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Rotom-h lost 78% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 3% of its health.
FlyNub's Rotom-h fainted.
---
FlyNub switched in Jirachi (lvl 100 Jirachi).
Pointed stones dug into Jirachi.
Jirachi lost 6% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Jirachi's attack!
Jirachi used Iron Head.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 9% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
FlyNub switched in Vaporeon (lvl 100 Vaporeon ?).
Pointed stones dug into Vaporeon.
Vaporeon lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Vaporeon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Vaporeon lost 6% of its health.
---
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
It's super effective!
Vaporeon lost 69% of its health.
FlyNub's Vaporeon fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
FlyNub switched in Salamence (lvl 100 Salamence ?).
Salamence's intimidate cut Magnezone's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Salamence.
Salamence lost 25% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Salamence's attack!
Salamence used Dragon Dance.
Salamence's attack was raised.
Salamence's speed was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
Salamence is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Salamence lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Salamence used Stone Edge.
Salamence's attack missed!
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Salamence is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Salamence is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Salamence lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Salamence lost 22% of its health.
Salamence is paralysed! It can't move!
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Salamence is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Salamence lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
A critical hit!
Salamence lost 35% of its health.
FlyNub's Salamence fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
FlyNub has left the room.
Oho Jee wins!
Oho Jee: gg
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
Rocky915 sent out Aerodactyl (lvl 100 Aerodactyl ?).
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Aerodactyl is exerting its pressure!
Aerodactyl used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
Metagross used Meteor Mash.
It's super effective!
Aerodactyl lost 100% of its health.
Aerodactyl hung on using its Focus Sash!
---
Metagross used Bullet Punch.
It's super effective!
Aerodactyl lost 0% of its health.
Rocky915's Aerodactyl fainted.
---
Rocky915 switched in Machamp (lvl 100 Machamp ?).
Machamp used Dynamicpunch.
Metagross lost 44% of its health.
Metagross became confused!
Metagross is confused!
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Pointed stones dug into Gengar.
Gengar lost 12% of its health.
Machamp used Dynamicpunch.
It doesn't affect Gengar...
---
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
Machamp lost 63% of its health.
Gengar lost 10% of its health.
Machamp used Stone Edge.
Gengar lost 77% of its health.
Machamp's leftovers restored its health a little!
Machamp restored 6% of its health.
---
Rocky915 switched in Snorlax (lvl 100 Snorlax ?).
Pointed stones dug into Snorlax.
Snorlax lost 12% of its health.
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
It doesn't affect Snorlax...
Snorlax's leftovers restored its health a little!
Snorlax restored 6% of its health.
---
Gengar used Explosion.
Snorlax lost 69% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gengar fainted.
Snorlax used Curse.
Snorlax's speed was lowered.
Snorlax's attack was raised.
Snorlax's defence was raised.
Snorlax's leftovers restored its health a little!
Snorlax restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Pointed stones dug into Metagross.
Metagross lost 6% of its health.
Metagross used Explosion.
Snorlax lost 31% of its health.
Rocky915's Snorlax fainted.
Oho Jee's Metagross fainted.
---
Rocky915 switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Pointed stones dug into Gengar.
Gengar lost 12% of its health.
Gyarados's intimidate cut Gengar's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Gengar used Thunderbolt.
Tyranitar lost 22% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gengar is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gengar lost 6% of its health.
---
Tyranitar used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Gengar lost 82% of its health.
Rocky915's Gengar fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Rocky915 switched in Steelix (lvl 100 Steelix ?).
Pointed stones dug into Steelix.
Steelix lost 3% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Steelix's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Steelix used Earthquake.
It doesn't affect Gyarados...
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
Steelix's leftovers restored its health a little!
Steelix restored 3% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's super effective!
Steelix lost 30% of its health.
Steelix used Roar.
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
Steelix's leftovers restored its health a little!
Steelix restored 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Surf.
It's super effective!
Steelix lost 76% of its health.
Rocky915's Steelix fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Rocky915 switched in Kingdra (lvl 100 Kingdra ?).
Pointed stones dug into Kingdra.
Kingdra lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Kingdra's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Kingdra used Dragon Dance.
Kingdra's attack was raised.
Kingdra's speed was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
Kingdra is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Kingdra lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Kingdra's leftovers restored its health a little!
Kingdra restored 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Kingdra used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
A critical hit!
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gyarados fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Kingdra is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Kingdra lost 6% of its health.
Kingdra's leftovers restored its health a little!
Kingdra restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
Latias used Draco Meteor.
It's super effective!
Kingdra lost 88% of its health.
Rocky915's Kingdra fainted.
Latias's special attack was harshly lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Rocky915 switched in Machamp (lvl 100 Machamp ?).
Pointed stones dug into Machamp.
Machamp lost 6% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Machamp used Rest.
Machamp fell asleep!
Machamp restored 63% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Machamp is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Machamp lost 6% of its health.
Machamp's leftovers restored its health a little!
Machamp restored 6% of its health.
---
Machamp is fast asleep!
Machamp used Sleep Talk.
Machamp used Rest.
But it failed!
Tyranitar used Earthquake.
Machamp lost 56% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Machamp is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Machamp lost 6% of its health.
Machamp's leftovers restored its health a little!
Machamp restored 6% of its health.
---
Machamp is fast asleep!
Machamp used Sleep Talk.
Machamp used Dynamicpunch.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 53% of its health.
Oho Jee's Tyranitar fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Machamp is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Machamp lost 6% of its health.
Machamp's leftovers restored its health a little!
Machamp restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Pointed stones dug into Magnezone.
Magnezone lost 6% of its health.
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
Machamp lost 44% of its health.
Rocky915's Machamp fainted.
Oho Jee wins!
Rocky915 has left the room.
Oho Jee: gg
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
ehshsc1988 sent out Smeargle (lvl 100 Smeargle ?).
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Smeargle's attack!
Smeargle used Spore.
Gyarados fell asleep!
---
Oho Jee switched in Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Smeargle used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Smeargle used Spikes.
Spikes were scattered around the foe's team!
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Smeargle used Spikes.
Spikes were scattered around the foe's team!
Metagross used Meteor Mash.
Smeargle lost 100% of its health.
Smeargle hung on using its Focus Sash!
---
Metagross used Bullet Punch.
Smeargle lost 0% of its health.
ehshsc1988's Smeargle fainted.
---
ehshsc1988 switched in Rotom-h (lvl 100 Rotom-h).
Pointed stones dug into Rotom-h.
Rotom-h lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Rotom-h's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Rotom-h used Overheat.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 14% of its health.
Rotom-h's special attack was harshly lowered.
Rotom-h's leftovers restored its health a little!
Rotom-h restored 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
Tyranitar was hurt by Spikes!
Tyranitar lost 19% of its health.
Rotom-h used Discharge.
Tyranitar lost 6% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 6% of its health.
Rotom-h's leftovers restored its health a little!
Rotom-h restored 6% of its health.
---
Rotom-h used Will-o-wisp.
Tyranitar was burned!
Tyranitar used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Rotom-h lost 22% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 6% of its health.
Rotom-h's leftovers restored its health a little!
Rotom-h restored 6% of its health.
Tyranitar was hurt by its burn!
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
---
Rotom-h used Discharge.
A critical hit!
Tyranitar lost 25% of its health.
Tyranitar used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
Rotom-h lost 24% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 6% of its health.
Rotom-h's leftovers restored its health a little!
Rotom-h restored 6% of its health.
Tyranitar was hurt by its burn!
Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
Rotom-h used Discharge.
It's not very effective...
Latias lost 6% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
Rotom-h is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Rotom-h lost 6% of its health.
Rotom-h's leftovers restored its health a little!
Rotom-h restored 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Draco Meteor.
Rotom-h lost 47% of its health.
ehshsc1988's Rotom-h fainted.
Latias's special attack was harshly lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
ehshsc1988 switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's super effective!
A critical hit!
Latias lost 70% of its health.
Oho Jee's Latias fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Pointed stones dug into Magnezone.
Magnezone lost 6% of its health.
Magnezone was hurt by Spikes!
Magnezone lost 19% of its health.
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 31% of its health.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 17% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 48% of its health.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 19% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
Scizor used Pursuit.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
The sandstorm rages.
Magnezone's Salac Berry raised its speed!
---
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 10% of its health.
ehshsc1988's Scizor fainted.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
---
ehshsc1988 switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
Latias used Calm Mind.
Latias's special attack was raised.
Latias's special defence was raised.
Magnezone used Flash Cannon.
Latias lost 53% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
Latias restored 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Recover.
Latias restored 50% of its health.
Magnezone used Flash Cannon.
Latias lost 62% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
Latias restored 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Dragon Pulse.
It's not very effective...
A critical hit!
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
Magnezone used Flash Cannon.
Latias lost 23% of its health.
ehshsc1988's Latias fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
ehshsc1988 switched in Lucario (lvl 100 Lucario ?).
Pointed stones dug into Lucario.
Lucario lost 3% of its health.
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
Lucario lost 97% of its health.
ehshsc1988's Lucario fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
ehshsc1988 switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Magnezone's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
It's super effective!
Gyarados lost 75% of its health.
ehshsc1988's Gyarados fainted.
Oho Jee wins!
Oho Jee: gg
ehshsc1988 has left the room.
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
rasendori sent out Vaporeon (lvl 100 Vaporeon ?).
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
Vaporeon used Surf.
Metagross lost 46% of its health.
---
Metagross used Explosion.
Vaporeon lost 100% of its health.
rasendori's Vaporeon fainted.
Oho Jee's Metagross fainted.
---
rasendori switched in Salamence (lvl 100 Salamence ?).
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Salamence's intimidate cut Gyarados's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Salamence.
Salamence lost 25% of its health.
Gyarados's intimidate cut Salamence's attack!
Salamence used Outrage.
Salamence went on a rampage!
Gyarados lost 36% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Salamence is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
A critical hit!
Salamence lost 43% of its health.
Salamence is paralysed! It can't move!
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Salamence lost 14% of its health.
Salamence flinched!
Salamence's rampage ended.
Salamence became confused!
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Salamence lost 14% of its health.
Salamence is confused!
It hurt itself in its confusion!
Salamence lost 4% of its health.
rasendori's Salamence fainted.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
rasendori switched in Jolteon (lvl 100 Jolteon ?).
Pointed stones dug into Jolteon.
Jolteon lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Jolteon used Thunderbolt.
Tyranitar lost 29% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Jolteon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Jolteon lost 6% of its health.
---
rasendori switched in mista spookz (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Pointed stones dug into mista spookz.
mista spookz lost 12% of its health.
Tyranitar used Stone Edge.
mista spookz lost 88% of its health.
rasendori's mista spookz fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
rasendori switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Scizor's attack!
Scizor used Superpower.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 17% of its health.
Scizor's attack was lowered.
Scizor's defence was lowered.
The sandstorm rages.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
rasendori switched in Jolteon (lvl 100 Jolteon ?).
Pointed stones dug into Jolteon.
Jolteon lost 12% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Jolteon's Volt Absorb absorbed damage!
Jolteon restored 25% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Jolteon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Jolteon lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Jolteon used Thunderbolt.
It's not very effective...
Latias lost 30% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
Jolteon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Jolteon lost 6% of its health.
---
rasendori switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Latias used Trick.
Latias obtained Choice Band!
Scizor obtained Choice Scarf!
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Scizor used U-turn.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 20% of its health.
rasendori switched in Infernape (lvl 100 Infernape ?).
Pointed stones dug into Infernape.
Infernape lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Infernape is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Infernape lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Infernape's attack!
Infernape used Flamethrower.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 20% of its health.
Infernape lost 10% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Infernape is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Infernape lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Infernape used Thunderpunch.
It's super effective!
Gyarados lost 52% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gyarados fainted.
Infernape lost 10% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Infernape is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Infernape lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
rasendori switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Latias used Surf.
Scizor lost 42% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
Latias lost 41% of its health.
Latias used Surf.
A critical hit!
Scizor lost 20% of its health.
rasendori's Scizor fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
rasendori switched in Jolteon (lvl 100 Jolteon ?).
Pointed stones dug into Jolteon.
Jolteon lost 12% of its health.
Jolteon used Thunderbolt.
It's not very effective...
Latias lost 4% of its health.
Oho Jee's Latias fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Jolteon is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Jolteon lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
Jolteon used Thunderbolt.
Tyranitar lost 26% of its health.
Tyranitar used Earthquake.
It's super effective!
Jolteon lost 65% of its health.
rasendori's Jolteon fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
rasendori switched in Infernape (lvl 100 Infernape ?).
Pointed stones dug into Infernape.
Infernape lost 12% of its health.
Infernape used Close Combat.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 45% of its health.
Oho Jee's Tyranitar fainted.
Infernape's defence was lowered.
Infernape's special defence was lowered.
Infernape lost 10% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Infernape is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Infernape lost 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
Infernape lost 21% of its health.
rasendori's Infernape fainted.
Oho Jee wins!
Oho Jee: gg
rasendori has left the room.
Code:
Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause
Oho Jee sent out Metagross (lvl 100 Metagross).
lolnoob sent out Lucario (lvl 100 Lucario ?).
Lucario used Close Combat.
Metagross lost 46% of its health.
Lucario's defence was lowered.
Lucario's special defence was lowered.
Metagross used Stealth Rock.
Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
---
Metagross used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
Lucario lost 35% of its health.
Lucario used Counter.
Metagross lost 54% of its health.
Oho Jee's Metagross fainted.
---
Oho Jee switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Gengar used Focus Blast.
Gengar's attack missed!
Lucario used Crunch.
It's super effective!
Gengar lost 100% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gengar fainted.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Latias used Surf.
Lucario lost 65% of its health.
lolnoob's Lucario fainted.
---
Oho Jee: my turn to be unlucky
lolnoob: lol
lolnoob switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Latias's attack!
Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
Gyarados lost 25% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Gyarados (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
Gyarados's intimidate cut Gyarados's attack!
Gyarados used Dragon Dance.
Gyarados's attack was raised.
Gyarados's speed was raised.
---
Gyarados used Stone Edge.
It's super effective!
Gyarados lost 74% of its health.
Gyarados lost 10% of its health.
Gyarados used Thunder Wave.
Gyarados is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
lolnoob: YEAH!
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 20% of its health.
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 22% of its health.
Gyarados lost 10% of its health.
Gyarados's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gyarados restored 6% of its health.
---
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 21% of its health.
Gyarados used Waterfall.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 17% of its health.
Oho Jee's Gyarados fainted.
Gyarados lost 10% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Latias used Surf.
It's not very effective...
Gyarados lost 5% of its health.
lolnoob's Gyarados fainted.
---
lolnoob switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Pointed stones dug into Latias.
Latias lost 12% of its health.
Oho Jee switched in Tyranitar (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
A sandstorm brewed!
Latias used Surf.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 29% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Surf.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 26% of its health.
Tyranitar used Crunch.
It's super effective!
Latias lost 82% of its health.
lolnoob's Latias fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
lolnoob switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Scizor used U-turn.
It's super effective!
Tyranitar lost 45% of its health.
Oho Jee's Tyranitar fainted.
lolnoob switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
Pointed stones dug into Gengar.
Gengar lost 12% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Gengar is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gengar lost 6% of its health.
Gengar's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gengar restored 6% of its health.
---
Oho Jee switched in Latias (lvl 100 Latias ?).
Latias used Surf.
Gengar lost 45% of its health.
Gengar used Shadow Ball.
It's super effective!
Latias lost 73% of its health.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
Gengar is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Gengar lost 6% of its health.
Gengar's leftovers restored its health a little!
Gengar restored 6% of its health.
---
Latias used Surf.
Gengar lost 43% of its health.
lolnoob's Gengar fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
Latias lost 6% of its health.
---
lolnoob switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
Scizor lost 12% of its health.
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
Latias lost 15% of its health.
Oho Jee's Latias fainted.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Oho Jee switched in Magnezone (lvl 100 Magnezone).
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 13% of its health.
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 32% of its health.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
---
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
Magnezone lost 13% of its health.
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Magnezone's attack missed!
The sandstorm rages.
---
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
Magnezone used Substitute.
Magnezone lost 25% of its health.
Magnezone made a substitute!
The sandstorm rages.
Magnezone's Salac Berry raised its speed!
---
Scizor used Bullet Punch.
It's not very effective...
A critical hit!
The substitute took damage for Magnezone!
Magnezone's substitute faded!
Magnezone used Charge Beam.
Scizor lost 44% of its health.
lolnoob's Scizor fainted.
Magnezone's special attack was raised.
The sandstorm rages.
---
lolnoob switched in Heatran (lvl 100 Heatran ?).
Pointed stones dug into Heatran.
Heatran lost 12% of its health.
Magnezone used Thunderbolt.
A critical hit!
Heatran lost 88% of its health.
lolnoob's Heatran fainted.
Oho Jee wins!
Oho Jee: yea!
Oho Jee: gg
lolnoob: lol.
lolnoob: gg
lolnoob has left the room.
 
tbh this looks pretty cool and and Magnezone's ability gives it a reason to be used over Rotom's, though I wonder how well Magneton could do the job, as that can outspeed Starmie and the like after a Salac boost. Though I am not too sure
 
I remember fighting this thing a few days ago. I don't know if it was you, but I do remember that, when given the chance, it can break stall quite handily.

I think you should menion how this set is more worthwile than Jolteon's and Rotom-A's SubCharge set, as that will be very convincing if it'll be up on the site.

I also think that Leftovers is a bit more worthwile than Salac Berry, as the Leftovers recovery will help you against Blissey and the like when your HP is starting to get low due to repeated Substitutes. Besides, you can always set-up substitutes on walls and some steel types so that you won't be revenge killed.
 
tbh this looks pretty cool and and Magnezone's ability gives it a reason to be used over Rotom's, though I wonder how well Magneton could do the job, as that can outspeed Starmie and the like after a Salac boost. Though I am not too sure
Magneton loses Special Attack, HP, and Defense, all of which are vital to the set. Magnezone can just barely 2HKO a few Pokemon with HP Ice with +2 (this set will usually end up with +2 or +3 when fully set up), and since Magneton loses a good deal of Special Attack, it will not be able to get the KO.
 
Magneton loses Special Attack, HP, and Defense, all of which are vital to the set. Magnezone can just barely 2HKO a few Pokemon with HP Ice with +2 (this set will usually end up with +2 or +3 when fully set up), and since Magneton loses a good deal of Special Attack, it will not be able to get the KO.
Yeah, just wondering

I think yoiu should mention something about paralysis support could help Zone
 

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Good set, but I think a Knock Off strategy should be added to the team options. This allows Magnezone to trap Foretress solely who run Shed Shell, making its job much easier to set up, as suppose to Pokemon like Jirachi who get a couple of flinches in from Iron Head before setting up, making your Charge Beam set up harder to do. Paralysis support needs a mention as well, other than that good job.
 
This is a cool set Grayscale, I beleive this set is worth the analysis. I might test this out later today, but otherwise it's a nice set.

To be honest, the only problem you will have is the rare HP Ground Magnezone, which walls this set decently (I don't know how much it takes from a +2 T-Bolt) with it's bulk, traps Magnezone itself, and then can OHKO Magnezone with HP Ground.

Otherwise, it's great. Keep up the good work.
 

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I've played against something similar before and it swept my stall, definitely a good set! I think it came in on Rotom-h and then Charge Beamed as I went to Blissey and Charge Beamed again as I used Softboiled and then possibly Charge Beamed again before sweeping with Thunderbolt. The logs provided also back up this set's effectiveness.

Also, at the above post: Magnezone is not immune to Thunder Wave and HP Ground Magnezone is rarely to never seen, you might as well say HP Electric Scizor beats RestTalk Gyarados or something!

edit: Maybe Leftovers could be mentioned because they allow it to beat stall teams more easily, whereas Salac Berry is more suited to letting it beat offensive teams.
 
While the set looks good and the content of the write up is mostly spot on, I feel like your analysis has a lot of superfluous fluff.

<jumpluff> <p>Magnezone can use its unique ability in conjunction with its excellent typing to set up several stat boosts, allowing it to become a formidable endgame sweeper.
<jumpluff> change this to
<jumpluff> Magnezone has a special ability and cool typing, so it sweeps real good.


While jumpluff's suggestion is obviously on the facetious side, the point stands; reword your stuff. It comes across as slightly pretentious, and you can say the same information in a different way to make your writing easier to read.
 

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<p>Magnezone will be able to hit 332 Speed after a Salac boost with 180 Speed EVs and a Timid nature
Not true, with the given EVs you get 221 Speed before a boost, meaning after the boost you have a stat of 331 (it gets rounded down). It's still enough to outspeed +Speed base 100s and neutral base 115s, so you don't need to change the EVs, just this sentence.

Other than that the set looks pretty cool.
 
LR: Thanks, I fixed that.

While the set looks good and the content of the write up is mostly spot on, I feel like your analysis has a lot of superfluous fluff.

<jumpluff> <p>Magnezone can use its unique ability in conjunction with its excellent typing to set up several stat boosts, allowing it to become a formidable endgame sweeper.
<jumpluff> change this to
<jumpluff> Magnezone has a special ability and cool typing, so it sweeps real good.


While jumpluff's suggestion is obviously on the facetious side, the point stands; reword your stuff. It comes across as slightly pretentious, and you can say the same information in a different way to make your writing easier to read.
Darkie, that's just how I write. I don't think I'd be able to change how I've worded this without changing my entire writing style, something I've found pretty difficult to do. If there are individual sentences that are especially problematic, I would be able to re-word those, but re-writing the entire thing in a different style would be like trying to grow an extra arm.
 

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If you would like, Dark Talon, I would be willing to "trim the fat" off of your comments, without losing your main points.
 

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[SET]
Name: Charge It Up!
Move 1: Thunderbolt
Move 2: Hidden Power Ice
Move 3: Charge Beam
Move 4: Substitute
Nature: Timid
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Salac Berry
EVs: 76 HP / 252 SpA / 180 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Magnezone has a unique ability and excellent typing to set up several stat boosts on Steel-types, allowing it to become a formidable endgame sweeper. Charge Beam is the driving force of this set, as it enables Magnezone to raise its already high Special Attack several times. Substitute has multiple things to offer this set. Most importantly, it allows Magnezone to activate its Salac Berry and raise its poor Speed to acceptable levels. It also allows Magnezone to have a shield against opponents that are either not beaten in one hit, or are faster. Finally, it protects Magnezone from debilitating status effects, especially paralysis. Thunderbolt and Hidden Power Ice offer Magnezone the greatest possible type coverage, being resisted in OU only by opposing Magnezone. Hidden Power Grass is also an option if Swampert or Mamoswine is troubling you, but several other Pokemon will now wall you (like?). Flash Cannon gets STAB and can easily OHKO Tyranitar, Rhyperior, and Mamoswine, but Swampert will barely be 3HKOed. (Is this with the boost? From my experience it won't OHKO Tyranitar and Rhyperior)</p>


Need to go for now
 
...continued

<p>Magnezone will be able to hit 331 Speed after a Salac boost with 180 Speed EVs and a Timid nature, outspeeding +Speed base 100 Pokemon and the ubiquitous MixApe. Special Attack is maxed so that Magnezone will hit as hard as possible. The remaining EVs are allocated to HP, allowing sturdier Substitutes, with Salac Berry activating after three uses. Being resistant to Extremespeed, Bullet Punch, and Ice Shard, Magnezone does not have to fear priority attacks aside from the rare Mach Punch or Vacuum Wave. Leftovers can help Magnezone set up against slower Pokemon such as those on a stall team, although the loss of Speed hurts (removed "it").</p>

<p>While many Pokemon are able to effectively use a SubSalac set, Magnezone has one distinct advantage over other candidates: Magnet Pull. With Magnet Pull, Magnezone can easily set up on Steel-types such as Scizor or Jirachi locked into a resisted attack, taking only paltry damage from their attacks. Magnezone is also immune to sand damage, unlike Jolteon and Rotom. Once Magnezone has accumulated enough boosts, it can easily kill the helpless Pokemon and proceed to sweep. Because of the popularity of Steel-type Pokemon, Magnezone should have no trouble finding a way to set up.</p>

<p>The easiest way to beat this Magnezone is by either using a Pokemon that is faster than it or one that will survive an attack. In OU, the Pokemon Magnezone will have the most trouble with are Swampert, Rotom, Azelf, Gengar, Latias, Starmie, and Blissey. A specially defensive Tyranitar or Scizor can easily take out the four faster Psychic- and Ghost-types with Pursuit, as well as severely damage Blissey. Swampert can be easily handled by any Pokemon with a Grass-type attack, such as Infernape or Celebi, and is incapacitated by Toxic or Toxic Spikes. Blissey can be beaten by most physically-oriented sweepers, particularly those with a Fighting-type move. Dugtrio also deserves a mention due to its ability to trap and kill Blissey and beat Azelf and Gengar through either Sucker Punch or Pursuit. Paralysis support will help in sweeping by crippling any Choice Scarf users on the opposing team. Finally, "Pursuit-bait" Pokemon such as Rotom and Latias and "Bullet Punch-bait" Pokemon like Gengar and Tyranitar are excellent additions to your team since they will easily lure out Scizor and Jirachi. This will allow Magnezone to come in after a kill and set up on a resisted attack.</p>

These are the only instances I can suggest "loosening". Honestly I didn't feel this analysis was particularily bad but it could be improved still.
 
Corrections in GREEN BOLD
Replacements in RED BOLD
Removed items in [pink Underlined]
Commentary in (Blue Italics)
[SET]
Name: Charge It Up!
Move 1: Thunderbolt
Move 2: Flash Cannon
Move 3: Charge Beam
Move 4: Substitute
Nature: Timid
Ability: Magnet Pull
Item: Salac Berry
EVs: 76 HP / 252 SpA / 180 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Magnezone can use its unique ability and its excellent typing to set up several stat boosts, making it a formidable endgame sweeper. Charge Beam is the driving force of this set, as it enables Magnezone to raise its already mighty Special Attack several times. Substitute offers this set multiple things (Active voice over passive voice). Most importantly, it allows Magnezone to activate its Salac Berry and raise its poor Speed to acceptable levels. It also gives Magnezone (Active Voice) a shield against opponents that either are not OHKOed, or are faster. Finally, it protects Magnezone from debilitating status effects, especially paralysis. Thunderbolt and Flash Cannon both get STAB and offer Magnezone the greatest possible type coverage, hitting everything neutral except Swampert and Electric-types.</p>

<p>Magnezone hits 332 Speed after a Salac boost with 180 Speed EVs and a Timid nature, outspeeding +Speed base 100 Pokémon and the Common (What does ubiquitous even mean?) MixApe. Special Attack is maxed so that Magnezone will hit as hard as possible. The remaining EVs are allocated to HP, creating stronger Substitutes, and activating Salac Berry after 3 uses. Being resistant to Extremespeed, Bullet Punch, and Ice Shard, Magnezone does not [removed Have To] fear priority attacks aside from the rare Mach Punch or Vacuum Wave.</p>

<p>While many Pokémon are able to effectively use a SubSalac set, Magnet pull gives Magnezone an advantage. With Magnet Pull, Magnezone can easily set up on Steel-types such as Scizor or Jirachi locked into a resisted attack, taking only minor damage from their onslaught. Magnezone also is immune to sand damage, which is the bane of many sets like this. Once Magnezone has accumulated enough boosts, it can easily kill the helpless Pokémon and proceed to sweep. Because of the popularity of Steel-type Pokémon, Magnezone should have no trouble finding a way to set up.</p>

<p>The easiest way to beat this Magnezone is by either using a Pokémon that is faster than it or one that will survive an attack. In OU, [removed the Pokémon] Magnezone will have the most trouble with [removed are] Swampert, Rotom, Azelf, Gengar, Latias, Starmie, and Blissey. A specially defensive Tyranitar or Scizor can easily take out the four faster Psychic- and Ghost-types with Pursuit, as well as severely damage Blissey. Swampert can be easily handled by any Pokémon with a Grass-type attack, such as Infernape or Celebi, and is incapacitated by Toxic or Toxic Spikes. Blissey can be beaten by most physically-oriented sweepers, particularly those with a Fighting-type move. Dugtrio also deserves a mention due to its ability to trap and kill Blissey and beat Azelf and Gengar through either Sucker Punch or Pursuit. Paralysis support will facilitate a sweep by crippling any Choice Scarf users that may happen to be present. Finally, "Pursuit-bait" Pokémon such as Rotom and Latias and "Bullet Punch-bait" Pokémon like Gengar and Tyranitar are excellent additions to your team since they will easily lure out Scizor and Jirachi. This will allow Magnezone to come in after a kill and set up on a resisted attack.</p>

alot of my replacements are there because the use of passive voice makes the analysis drag on, and I shortened sentences to make it short, sweet, and to the point. Also, you tended to use big words that not all readers would know, and I replaced them with easier words. You still get the same effect, it is just easier to read.
EX) I would rather read "This magnezone can OHKO magikarp" than "With the given moves, EVs, and magnezone's natural special prowess, magikarp is easily OHKOed."
 
Changes updated. I used a combination of everyone's edits. Thanks for the help.

Rawrcray0nz, thanks for changing things to active voice. That does help shorten things a bit, and I'll try to stop writing in passive most of the time.
 
It does read a lot better now. One more thing I noticed was that the analysis isn't very consistent in terms of "you" and "Magnezone". The sentence "agnezone can use Charge Beam, Magnet Pull, and good defenses to set up, while still providing your team with key resistances. ", for example, reads very funnily. I would either change "your" to "his" or "Magnezone's".
 
It does read a lot better now. One more thing I noticed was that the analysis isn't very consistent in terms of "you" and "Magnezone". The sentence "agnezone can use Charge Beam, Magnet Pull, and good defenses to set up, while still providing your team with key resistances. ", for example, reads very funnily. I would either change "your" to "his" or "Magnezone's".
Changed to 'its' because Magnezone is genderless. Thanks darkie.


Edit: Changed some of the more troublesome sentences.
 
Hey Sub/Charge Beam Maggy! I've been using that on the ladder for over nine months and it still works wonderfully. Your build is more Speed oriented (your spread outruns Skarm, mine does not) and mine is a bit more Defense oriented. If you wouldn't mind taking a look at it that'd be great.

Omega Zone (Magnezone) @ Leftovers
Ability: Magnet Pull
EVs: 228 HP/100 Def/84 SAtk/96 SDef
Modest nature (+SAtk, -Atk)

228 HP EVs allow it to survive four STosses from Blissey at full HP (and when you want to take down that pink blob you will want to survive as long as possible). This spread hits 352 SAtk and sacrifices some killing power for more modest defenses.

Also, some of my notes from using it:

+2 SAtk Magnezone can OHKO some Naive Heatrans with Tbolt. +3 means you should be beating CM Latias 1v1. If you have to fight a Blissey try to Sub during her Softboileds/Wishes. Magnezone works well in conjunction with Salamence, since they resist each other's weaknesses. Salamence often times lures out Choice Band Bullet Punch Scizor. Being able to trap, set-up, and kill Scizor all behind a Sub really puts your opponent in a tough position. I'm not sure about how many of those your Maggy can take from Scizor, but with my spread it Sub takes three Bullet Punches to break. I may add more to the discussion later, but I'm just falling asleep here.

Keep it up, Dark Talon and you will have a bright future on Smogon.
 
I think this set is in many ways inferior to Rotom's SubCharge set. If Zone is not using Salac Berry, that hurts his ability to sweep due to bad speed. If he is using Salac Berry, then that limits the number of chances magnezone gets to set up. Rotom does not have this issue due to his adequate speed, and subsequently, his ability to run leftovers on his subcharge set. Rotom's set also has a much easier time against stall, being able to set up in the face of all forms of Blissey except for cm (zone cant set up on flamethrower or seismic toss sets) and easily KO-ing every other member after just a couple of boosts. Zone does not have as many places to set up; the only steel-types zone sets up on are bronzong, non shed-shell skarmory, and non shed shell forretress. Forretress was seen on 6.4% of teams, 20.9% of Forretress used Shed Shell as their item, and 15.9% of them had Earthquake. Bronzong was on 7.7% of teams, and 49% carried Earthquake and a large investment in special defense. 39.1% of Skarmory, who appeared on 7.8% of teams, had shed shell. It just seems like a very situational strategy to me.
 

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