RU Galarian Weezing (Misty Terrain) [QC 2/2] [GP 0/1]

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[SET]
name: Misty Terrain
move 1: Misty Explosion
move 2: Memento
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Misty Terrain
item: Terrain Extender
ability: Misty Surge
nature: Timid
evs: 252 HP / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Misty Explosion and Memento fulfill very similar roles on this set - preserving momentum. Misty Explosion isn't blocked by Clear Body and Taunt and is able to deal not-insignificant damage to many targets like Cobalion, Togekiss, and Gastrodon, while Memento helps sweepers that are often paired with Galarian Weezing set up uncontested. Taunt blocks Defog and setup attempts from Pokemon like Togekiss and Doublade, which could prevent Galarian Weezing's teammates from sweeping. To ensure Misty Terrain is active, the last moveslot is used for it, which helps against faster Defoggers like Crobat and Volcanion after using Taunt on them. Fire Blast is an alternative last move to chip Steel-types like Metagross and Doublade.

Galarian Weezing's Misty Terrain blocks status for grounded Pokemon, so it fits great on setup spam hyper offense. Dual screen setters like Ribombee and Vanilluxe are great teammates, as Ribombee also provides Sticky Web, while Vanilluxe has momentum and Aurora Veil. Sweepers that make Misty Terain worthwhile include Slurpuff, Polteageist, Necrozma, and Cloyster, to name a few. Cloyster and Necrozma are particularly good teammates because they set up on Pokemon that Galarian Weezing invites in, such as Ground-types and Steel-, and Psychic-types, respectively. Other sweepers like Weakness Policy Zarude and Rhyperior are able to use the weaknesses they share with Galarian Weezing to get boosts against common Pokemon like Cobalion and Flygon. However, due to Misty Terrain halving Dragon-type attacks' power, sweepers like Regidrago and Tyrantrum are hard to fit on teams with Galarian Weezing.

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[SET]
name: Misty Terrain
move 1: Misty Explosion
move 2: Memento
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Misty Terrain
item: Terrain Extender
ability: Misty Surge
nature: Timid
evs: 252 HP / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Misty Explosion and Memento fulfill very similar roles on this set - preserving momentum. Misty Explosion is able to deal not unsignificant damage to many targets like Cobalion, Togekiss, and Gastrodon (I would also add that Misty Exploison isn't blocked by Clear Body and Taunt, which is its main appeal.), while Memento helps the sweepers that are often paired with Galarian Weezing set-up set up uncontested. Taunt blocks defogging Defog and set-up attempts from pokémon Pokemon like Togekiss, which is necessary to block in order for Galarian Weezing's teammates to be able to sweep. To ensure Misty Terrain is set, the last move used is Misty Terrain, which helps against faster defoggers Defoggers like Crobat and Volcanion after you taunt Taunt them. (You can add a mention of Fire Blast to weaken Steel-types like Metagross and Doublade for its teammates.) Terrain Extender is used in order to maximize the turns of Misty Terrain. under terrain, while Misty Surge is self-explanatory. The EVs and nature are given in order to make Galarian Weezing as fast and bulky as possible.

Due to Galarian Weezing's ability to prevent status for all grounded pokémon, it fits greatly on dual screens hyper offense. Due to this, dual screens setters screeners like Froslass, Raikou, and Virizion are great teammates. Sweepers that take advantage of Misty Terrain are also vital in order to make this set worthwhile which includes; Slurpuff, Polteageist, Necrozma, and Cloyster, to name a few. Cloyster and Necrozma are particularly good teammates due to their ability to set-up set up on pokémon that Galarian Weezing invites in, such as Steel-, Ground-, and Psychic-types. (you prob should specify how misty terrain lets polt 1v1 conventional counters like Incineroar. maybe add more mention of common mons on screens like rhyperior and zarude.)

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[SET]
name: Misty Terrain
move 1: Misty Explosion
move 2: Memento
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Misty Terrain
item: Terrain Extender
ability: Misty Surge
nature: Timid
evs: 252 HP / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Misty Explosion and Memento fulfill very similar roles on this set [Add smth here to make it flow better like "as they both preserve", you don't need to implement this tho]preserving momentum. Misty Explosion isn't blocked by Clear Body or Taunt and is able to deal not unsignificant damage to many targets like Cobalion, Togekiss, and Gastrodon, while Memento helps the sweepers that are often paired with Galarian Weezing set up uncontested. Taunt blocks Defog and set-up attempts from Pokemon like Togekiss and Doublade, [Doublade is also quite annoying for HO and can wall most of the set up sweepers, so stopping it from setting up is a massive help, also um ur slower than np togekiss find another example imo.] which is necessary to block in order for Galarian Weezing's teammates to be able to sweep. To ensure Misty Terrain is set, the last move used is [Fluff] Misty Terrain, which helps against faster Defoggers like Crobat and Volcanion after you Taunt them. Terrain Extender is used in order to maximize the turns under Misty terrain.
[Honestly, i feel like flamethrower should be mentioned somewhere here to pressure steel types such as zong,regi and lix, cuz u taunt, then flame then explode or memento, good chip huh?]

Due to Galarian Weezing's ability to prevent status for all grounded pokémon, it fits greatly on dual screens hyper offense. Due to this, dual screen setters like Froslass, Raikou, and Virizion are great teammates [Honestly i would mention espeon somewhere here since it stops pokes from defogging screens away and like magic bounce hazards]. Sweepers that take advantage of Misty Terrain are also vital in order to make this set worthwhile which includes; Slurpuff, Polteageist, Necrozma, and Cloyster, to name a few. Cloyster and Necrozma are particularly good teammates due to their ability to set up on pokémon that Galarian Weezing invites in, such as Steel-, Ground-, and Psychic-types [i would mention some examples like over the steel, ground, and psychic types part, since gastro, rhyp and lix can all stop cloyster from setting up, steel types just toxic, other then cobal, and psychic types it cant set up on meteor beam necro, reuni just needs to hit 2 focus blasts, but it can set up on metagross, so change it to "such as Cobalion, Seismitoad, and Sigilyph"]. Additionally, sweepers like weakness policy Zarude and Rhyperior are able to use the fact that they share weaknesses to common Pokemon like Cobalion and Flygon in order to activate their items. However, due to Misty

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Mac3

jag kommer älska dig när jorden gått under
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Am Check time. ADD Remove [Comment] implement w/e u want
[SET]
name: Misty Terrain
move 1: Misty Explosion
move 2: Memento
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Misty Terrain
item: Terrain Extender
ability: Misty Surge
nature: Timid
evs: 252 HP / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Misty Explosion and Memento fulfill very similar roles on this set [Add smth here to make it flow better like "as they both preserve", you don't need to implement this tho]preserving momentum. Misty Explosion isn't blocked by Clear Body or Taunt and is able to deal not unsignificant damage to many targets like Cobalion, Togekiss, and Gastrodon, while Memento helps the sweepers that are often paired with Galarian Weezing set up uncontested. Taunt blocks Defog and set-up attempts from Pokemon like Togekiss and Doublade, [Doublade is also quite annoying for HO and can wall most of the set up sweepers, so stopping it from setting up is a massive help, also um ur slower than np togekiss find another example imo.] which is necessary to block in order for Galarian Weezing's teammates to be able to sweep. To ensure Misty Terrain is set, the last move used is [Fluff] Misty Terrain, which helps against faster Defoggers like Crobat and Volcanion after you Taunt them. Terrain Extender is used in order to maximize the turns under Misty terrain.
[Honestly, i feel like flamethrower should be mentioned somewhere here to pressure steel types such as zong,regi and lix, cuz u taunt, then flame then explode or memento, good chip huh?]

Due to Galarian Weezing's ability to prevent status for all grounded pokémon, it fits greatly on dual screens hyper offense. Due to this, dual screen setters like Froslass, Raikou, and Virizion are great teammates [Honestly i would mention espeon somewhere here since it stops pokes from defogging screens away and like magic bounce hazards]. Sweepers that take advantage of Misty Terrain are also vital in order to make this set worthwhile which includes; Slurpuff, Polteageist, Necrozma, and Cloyster, to name a few. Cloyster and Necrozma are particularly good teammates due to their ability to set up on pokémon that Galarian Weezing invites in, such as Steel-, Ground-, and Psychic-types [i would mention some examples like over the steel, ground, and psychic types part, since gastro, rhyp and lix can all stop cloyster from setting up, steel types just toxic, other then cobal, and psychic types it cant set up on meteor beam necro, reuni just needs to hit 2 focus blasts, but it can set up on metagross, so change it to "such as Cobalion, Seismitoad, and Sigilyph"]. Additionally, sweepers like weakness policy Zarude and Rhyperior are able to use the fact that they share weaknesses to common Pokemon like Cobalion and Flygon in order to activate their items. However, due to Misty

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- Written by: [[Mac3, 291087]]
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[SET]
name: Misty Terrain
move 1: Misty Explosion
move 2: Memento
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Misty Terrain
item: Terrain Extender
ability: Misty Surge
nature: Timid
evs: 252 HP / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Misty Explosion and Memento fulfill very similar roles on this set - preserving momentum. Misty Explosion isn't blocked by Clear Body or and Taunt and is able to deal not unsignificant not-insignificant damage to many targets like Cobalion, Togekiss, and Gastrodon, while Memento helps the sweepers that are often paired with Galarian Weezing set up uncontested. Taunt blocks Defog and setup attempts from Pokemon like Togekiss and Doublade, which is necessary to block in order for could prevent Galarian Weezing's teammates to be able to sweep from sweeping. To ensure Misty Terrain is set active, the last move used is Misty Terrain moveslot is used for it, which helps against faster Defoggers like Crobat and Volcanion after you using Taunt on them. Terrain Extender is used in order to maximize the turns under Misty terrain. However, you can also use Fire Blast as last move to chip Pokemon Fire Blast is an alternative last move to chip Steel-types like Metagross and Doublade.

Due to Galarian Weezing's ability to prevent status for all grounded pokémon, it Galarian Weezing's Misty Terrain blocks status for grounded Pokemon, so it fits greatly on setup spam hyper offense. Due to this, Dual screen setters like Ribombee and Vanilluxe are great teammates, as Ribombee also provides webs Sticky Web, while Vanilluxe has momentum and Aurora Veil. Sweepers that take advantage of Misty Terrain are also vital in order to make this set worthwhile which includes; make Misty Terrain worthwhile include Slurpuff, Polteageist, Necrozma, and Cloyster, to name a few. Cloyster and Necrozma are particularly good teammates due to their ability to set up on pokémon because they set up on Pokemon that Galarian Weezing invites in, such as Ground-types and Steel-, and Psychic-types, respectively. Additionally, Other sweepers like Weakness Policy Zarude and Rhyperior are able to use the fact that they share weaknesses to common Pokemon like Cobalion and Flygon in order to activate their items the weaknesses they share with Galarian Weezing to get boosts against common Pokemon like Cobalion and Flygon. However, due to Misty Terrain halving Dragon-type attacks' (apo) power, sweepers like Regidrago and Tyrantrum are hard to fit on teams with Galarian Weezing.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Mac3, 291087]]
- Quality checked by: [[GoldCat, 359771], [phantom, 180300]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
 

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