Pet Mod [Gen 1] Burgundy Version - Slate 6: Back to Basics

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:kingler:
Name: Kingler
Stats: 55/130/115/65 (+15)/80 (+5)
Typing: Water
New Moves: Bulldoze
Removed Moves: None

Signature Move Name: Bulldoze
Type: Ground
BP: 60
Acc: 100
PP: 32
Effect: Lowers the target's Spe by 1.

Description: Kingler but cool I guess. Bulldoze helps vs faster pokemon, Gengar, & electric-types. Thanks to Toaster & Ema Skye on discord for helping me make this not completely terrible.

:palossand:
Name: Palossand
Stats: 85/75/110/85/35
Typing: Ghost/Ground
Movepool: Absorb, Bide, Body Slam, Confuse Ray, Double Team, Earthquake, Harden, Hyper Beam, Hypnosis, Mega Drain, Mimic, Night Shade, Psychic, Rage, Rest, Rock Slide, Sand Attack, Scald, Sludge, Substitute, Toxic

Signature Move Name: Scald
Type: Water
BP: 80
Acc: 100
PP: 24
Effect: Has a 30% chance to Burn the target.

Description: It is a Ghost-type which is scary, however, it is weak to Ice & Water which are very important types. Its immune to most forms of paralysis due to being immune to thunder wave and body slam. It was designed to hurt Aero while still being held in check by the likes of Starmie & basically any pokemon backing Blizzard or Ice Beam. Palossand has Scald which can be risky to use in the case of burning a special attacker however against physical attackers, it means their downfall.

:octillery:
Name: Octillery
Stats: 75/105/75/115/45
Typing: Water
Movepool: Aurora Beam, Bide, Bind, Blizzard, Body Slam, Constrict, Defense Curl, Double-Edge, Double Team, Fire Blast, Flamethrower, Focus Energy, Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, Ice Beam, Mimic, Psybeam, Psychic, Rage, Rest, Screech, Seismic Toss, Skitter Smack, Sludge, Substitute, Supersonic, Surf, Thunder Wave, Toxic, Waterfall, Water Gun, Wrap

Signature Move Name: Skitter Smack
Type: Bug
BP: 75
Acc: 95
PP: 16
Effect: Lowers the target's Spc by 1.

Description: When the Bug-type coverage. Octillery has plenty of special options but it also has a decent attack stat with Skitter Smack, Sludge, Slam & Beam. Skitter Smack also weakens the foe's Special to boost up Octillery's special options. Think of it of like a Omastar that trades its Rock-typing and Def stat for better coverage & an Att stat.
 
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Wigglytuff!
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Type: Normal
Stat Spread: 140/85/55/65/53
New Moves: Recover, Work Up, Earthquake, Jump Kick
Signature Move: Work Up
Type: Normal
Category: Status

Effect: Attack and Special are raised by +1
Accuracy: Never Misses
PP: 48
Justification: Wigglytuff historically has had a rough life in the Competitive scene (pun intended). Here, it now has a niche with what is essentially a diet amnesia that also boosts physical attack. Normal (as we all know) is the best type in the game. Even more than psychic. I don't see much that could go wrong.
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Name: Darmanitan
Stats: 105/30/105/140/55
Typing: Fire/Psychic
New Moves: *Flare Blitz, Earthquake, Psychic, Rest, Rock Slide, Ice Beam, Fire Blast, Submission, Hyper Beam, Meditate, Blizzard, Aurora Beam, Rage, Bide, Mimic
Removed Moves: None
*Signature Move Name: Flare Blitz
Type: Fire
BP: 120
Acc: 100%
PP: 24
Effect: Inflicts 1/4 of the damage dealt as recoil damage.
Justification: Obscene Special That is higher than Alakazam's special stat of 135. It's dummy bulky, but it's also as fast as Exeggutor and it can't boost it's special. It has crazy damage output, though. It's coverage is also decent and Flare Blitz's recoil shouldn't be too much of an issue because of it's Rhydon Sized HP. It can still take advantage of Fire Blast and aggravate the ever loving shit out of physical attackers. Very scary Mon.
 
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:bw/marowak:
Name: Marowak
Stats: 60/90/110/80/45 (+10 ATK, +30 SPC)
Typing: Ground/Ghost
New Moves: Last Respects*
Removed Moves: Blizzard, Ice Beam, Fire Blast, Flamethrower

Signature Move Name: Last Respects
Type: Ghost
BP: 50
Acc: 100
PP: 8
Effect: +50 BP per fainted teammate.

Marowak gets a nice Ghost-typing which is a huge upgrade in RBY. It gets a signature ghost move, Houndstone’s Last Respects. Although this seems alarming at first since this move single-handedly got Houndstone banned from Gen 9 OU, keep in mind a good portion of the tier is flat-out immune to the move, since the two best types in the game are immune to Ghost. It gets some extra attack and special bulk. Its main special moves have been removed so it can’t use them to take advantage of its higher special, but I let it keep the elemental punches and trash like Water Gun.

:bw/sceptile:
Name: Sceptile lizard
Stats: 70/85/65/105/120
Typing: Grass/Dragon
New Moves: Bide, Rage, Frenzy Plant, Draco Meteor, Giga Drain*
Removed Moves: Swords Dance

Signature Move Name: Giga Drain
Type: Grass
BP: 90
Acc: 100
PP: 8
Effect: User recovers 1/4 of the damage dealt

lizard becomes a grass/dragon type that can take advantage of two of the new moves. Since it’s a starter, it gets Frenzy Plant, and since it’s a Dragon, it gets Draco Meteor. I removed Swords Dance which forces it to take advantage of these new moves rather than being a 120 base speed SD user. Giga drain lets lizard recover HP, and is weaker than razor leaf, while lizard doesn’t get Razor Leaf. I chose to do this so lizard is more inclined to use Frenzy Plant, since the difference in BP from 90 to 150 is more meaningful than the difference from 110 to 150.

:bw/terrakion:
Name: Terrakion
Stats: 81/129/100/30/98
Typing: Rock/Fighting
New Moves: Bide, Rage, Mimic, Body Slam, Double-Edge, Submission, Stone Edge*
Removed Moves: Swords Dance

Signature Move Name: Stone Edge
Type: Rock
BP: 60
Acc: 80%
PP: 32
Effect: High Crit Chance

A physical attacker that is able to break through physical walls such as snorlax, cloyster, and aerodactyl. Barely bulky enough to avoid the 2HKO from Aerodactyl’s EQ, but on the special side its bulk is a joke, being ohkoed by alakazam and even starmie’s psychic. I also tanked its speed to be slower than zapdos. However, it gets the strongest rock move in the game, at a powerful effective 120 BP, just don't miss lmao

:bw/rotom:
Name: Rotom
Stats: 50/50/77/95/91
Typing: Electric/Ghost
New Moves: Bide, Mimic, Rage, Pain Split*
Fire Blast, Hydro Pump, Blizzard, Razor Leaf, Sky Attack, Blizzard (these moves are incompatible i.e only one can be used on each rotom set)
Removed Moves: None

Signature Move Name: Pain Split
Type: Normal
BP: no
Acc: 100
PP: 24
Effect: Divides user and target’s HP evenly

An attempt to combine an electric type with coverage and a ghost type with recovery. Rotom suffers from raichu/electabuzz syndome in that despite its good coverage, its stats are too poor to utilize it. However, Rotom could be balanced by an amazing secondary typing and signature move. This will be great to deal with Chansey, since most of the time you’ll be halving its HP, forcing it to soft-boiled, and pain split has more PP than Soft-Boiled. I was originally gonna include the appliances but I figured 50/107/107 bulk on a ghost type with recovery would be too broken for the tier, so i just opted for the worse form but let it get the cool moves from the appliances.
 
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(All added moves use their normal effects. Acid Spray drops Special, not Defense. Taunt is Normal-typed.)

:gs/kingdra:
Kingdra
HP: 75
ATK: 95
DEF: 95
SPD: 85
SPEC: 95
Moves: Inheritance from Seadra, Draco Meteor, Dragon Breath
Reasoning: Seadra has many good traits: Almost no weaknesses, solid all-around stats, a solid, unresisted, paralyzing STAB move, and a nuke in Draco Meteor. It doesn't completely outclass Starmie though, as Dragon Breath has fairly low base power and it cannot instantly Recover.

:gs/umbreon:
Umbreon
Poison
HP: 95
ATK: 65
DEF: 110
SPD: 65
SPEC: 130
Moves: Inheritance from Eevee, Confuse Ray, Hyper Beam, Screech, Psychic, Dream Eater, Mean Look
Reasoning: With Mean Look, Umbreon is able to Toxic stall its opponents, allowing Toxic to finally have some use. Its Poison typing holds it back, however. Confuse Ray and Sand-Attack give it options to stall out longer with Rest, and Growth alongside Psychic can allow it to try to sweep, trapping a Pokemon it isn't afraid of and setting up its Special.

:rb/electrode:
Base stats remain the same
Moves: previous moves, Aurora Beam, Taunt
Reasoning: Electode is actually pretty solid as is, but not a meta staple. Its fast ability to Taunt allows it to harass Thunder Wave users as well as a variety of healing effects, while Aurora Beam gives it a little bit of emergency coverage against Exeggutor and Rhydon, while also having the potential to weaken their Attack stat.

:y/arbok:
Arbok
Poison/Ground
HP: 90
ATK: 100
DEF: 87
SPD: 80
SPEC: 79
Moves: Previous moves, Acid Spray
Reasoning: A Ground typing boosts Arbok's Earthquake while simutaneously shielding it from Thunder Wave paralysis. Acid Spray, Wrap, and Glare allow it to be a valuable team supporter, allowing it paralyze opponents, drop their Special, chip them down freely, and pivot into a teammate to defeat them. A poor typing and relatively low Speed hold it back somewhat.
 
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Stats: 70/70/80/120/110 [450/570. Special is the average of Latias' special stats from later gens. HP and physical stats are reduced by 10.]
Typing: Dragon/Psychic
Movepool Changes: +Conversion, Growl, Universals, Draco Meteor, Mist Ball
Changes to Mist Ball from vanilla: BP increased to 75, PP increased to 15.
Justification of Changes: Conversion is meant to emulate Reflect Type from later generations. Growl is meant to emulate Charm from later generations.
Description: Latias can be considered a slower alternative to Alakazam, but a much bulkier one, not to mention one with a usable physical movepool. Latias' Dragon-typing is also a double-edged sword: while Latias does gain some nice resistances to Water, Grass and Electric, she also gains a crippling Ice weakness, which can hinder her in comparison to Alakazam when faced with the Blizzards that tend to fly around everywhere. What Latias does have going for her is a wide, varied movepool that lets her generally threaten more of the metagame than Alakazam: Thunderbolt mauls Slowbro and Starmie, Blizzard hamstrings Dragonite and opposing Latias (as well as Aerodactyl, Beedrill and Zapdos), Surf dumpsters the rocks, Psychic is Psychic, Draco Meteor is a horrendously powerful neutral hit on everything (except for opposing Dragon-types, who get obliterated by it), and so on. She even gets access to some physical moves like Earthquake, just in case Chansey got any funny ideas about trying to wall her, though Latias can't really handle Snorlax very well. She can, however, also run a nasty defensive set with Recover, Light Screen, Reflect, and Toxic, and even potentially make usage of the rare Conversion to alter her type, in case it wants to take advantage of its auxillary options and alter her weaknesses. It certainly has the bulk to make usage of the move, unlike Porygon. Latias' main issue is not doing much of note to Snorlax, and Tauros is a risky matchup for her (though it is also a risky matchup for the Tauros, as the two speed tie, and Tauros does not appreciate eating a possible Special drop from Psychic/Mist Ball or a freeze from Blizzard).

Mist Ball grants Latias an alternative to Psychic to better fish for Special drops, and generally making her less vulnerable to PP stalling, essentially improving her ability to play the long game in comparison to Alakazam, by having 8 extra Psychic PP and a higher chance to reduce Special (Mist Ball is 50% chance to drop Special as opposed to Psychic's 30%), but at the cost of a slight drop in power. This also gives her a slightly better time against Snorlax and Tauros (still not an ideal matchup, though), as a Mist Ball Special Drop on switch-in can be crippling to their ability to take Latias on.

It's also because, well, Mist Ball kind of needs a rework to not be totally overshadowed by Psychic, and I really couldn't think of anything else to give Latias, given it is her signature move, after all.

Blizzard, Thunderbolt, Psychic, Recover, Light Screen, Reflect, Toxic, Conversion, Earthquake, Double Team, Hyper Beam, Ice Beam, Thunder, Mimic, Earthquake, Rest, Roar, Strength, Substitute, Dragon Rage, Growl, Agility, Bide, Rage, Thunder Wave, Mist Ball, Draco Meteor
 
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:dodrio:
Name: Dodrio
Stats: 60 / 110 / 70 / 80 / 100
Typing:
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New Moves: Earthquake, Trailblaze
Removed Moves: N/A

Signature Move Name: Trailblaze
Type:

BP: 50
Acc: 100%
PP: 10(16)
Effect: 100% chance to raise the user's Speed by 1.

Description: Can now hit Rhydon for meaningful damage while simultaneously boosting Speed.
 
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:Avalugg:
Avalugg:
Stats: 95 / 117 / 184 / 45 / 28 [469 / 514]
Typing: Ice
Notable Moves: Body Slam, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Recover, Substitute, Sharpen, Hydro Pump, Surf, Hyper Beam, Double-Edge
Removed Moves: Ice Beam, Blizzard


Avalanche
Type
: Ice
BP: 100
Acc: 100
PP: 5 [8]
Effect: If the user took damage from the foe's attack before the user attacks, deal double damage.

Description: Big Table. Normal and Ground moves do not scare this in terms of pure damage, period, while it takes the might and STAB of Articuno to make Blizzard a threat due to an Ice resistance and a Freeze immunity. Thus, standard sets for Tauros, Snorlax, and Plucks will find themselves at a dead end here, as will mono-Ice Chansey. Fighting and Rock moves can scare it, but it can stave them off while healthy with Recover. In turn, it faces bad matchups into many special attackers, facing clean 2HKOs from Zapdos and Alakazam while facing poor odds against anything capable of Psychic spam due to special drops. In addition, is not immediately threatening in return against many of foes it walls. Losing Ice Beam and Blizzard ensure that it cannot fish for a freeze in any capacity; in that way, Avalanche can be seen as a downgrade, as the extremely high power it has is offset by pitiful base Special. It hits similarly to Kingler, but only against a foe who stays in to attack Avalugg, keeping in mind that without lower priority it won't get the power boost against Paralyzed foes. And of course, any Fire Blast on any physical attacker is going to put a quick stop to any of Avalugg's antics, meaning it can't reliably expect to stonewall the metagame titans before scouting their set.

Sharpen seems tough to fit on sets, but it's neat that it's here at all so I'll leave it.
 
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ItzaDelta

formerly I-Deepblue-I
:y/wigglytuff:

Name: Wigglytuff
Typing: Normal
Stats:

HP: 140
ATK: 80
DEF: 95
SP: 50
SPE: 45

Signature Move
Heal Bell
Typing: Normal
BP: --
Acc: --
PP: 5 (8)
Effect: Every Pokemon in the user's party is cured of its non-volatile status condition.

Description: Physically bulky Normal type with a decent attack stat and fantastic support in Thunder Wave and Heal Bell, which lets it shut down the notoriously omnipresent paralysis; held back by its low speed, lack of recovery and low special.
 
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Appleton
Type: Grass/Dragon
HP 110
Attack: 85
Defense: 80
Special: 80
Speed: 30
Notable Moves: Apple Acid,
Razor Leaf, Mega Drain, Leech Seed, Draco Meteor, Amnesia, Body Slam, Stun Spore, Glare, Flamethrower
Apple Acid/Grass/16 PP/80 Bp/100%/ 33% chance to lower the opponent's special stat by 1 stage.
Role: Appleton stands out as a potentially potent Amnesia sweeper. It's unique trait of double resisting Electric and normal resisting Ground allows it safe switch in opportunities for many different attacks, but its quad ice weakness means it can't handle a single blizzard when unboosted by Amnesia, something that is compounded by its terrible speed. That is made up by several fantastic traits however, it's access to Apple Acid gives it a reliable Grass STAB move nearly on par with Psychic complete with the chance to lower special which makes it an excellent Rhydon check, and under the right circumstances it can use an Amnesia boosted Apple Acid to potentially one hit KO Starmie. However be careful as Starmie not only outspeeds you but it can also potentially one hit KO you in return with Blizzard if you didnt manage to get an Amnesia off. So Appleton has several great highs and several crushing lows to its name.



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Tsareena
Type: Grass
Stats:
HP: 72
Attack: 120
Defense: 98
Special: 98
Speed: 72
Notable Moves:
Synthesis, Razor Leaf, High Jump Kick, Focus Punch, Body Slam, Double Edge, Hyper Beam, Sleep Powder, Giga Drain, Glare
Synthesis/Grass/32 PP/Status/Heals half of the user's HP.
Role: Tsareena sets itself apart from Exeggutor as a grass type with several great traits. It's solid bulk and reliable recovery let's it have more longevity than Eggy. It has access to excellent Grass-type STAB in an auto-crit Razor Leaf to offeset it's subpar special. Finally, it can counter Normal-types with a choice between a strong High Jump Kick or Focus Punch. This combined with good support in Sleep Powder can make it a quite distinct choice from Eggy. It's main weaknesses are exploitable speed and lack of coverage outside of Fighting-type attacks.

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Tyrannitar
Type: Rock/Dragon
Stats:
HP: 100
Attack 134
Defense: 95
Special: 100
Speed: 61
Notable Moves:
Crunch, Draco Meteor, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Hyper Beam, Fire Blast, Surf, Ice Beam, Body Slam, Substitute, Quick Attack, Leer, Rest
Crunch/Dragon/24 PP/80 Bp/100%/20% chance to lower the target's special by 1 stage
Role: Most comparable to Golem and Rhydon due to both being bulky Normal-resists. Tyranitar trades a 4x Water and Grass weakness for a much more impactful Dragon weakness as well as lacking an immunity to Thunder Wave and a weaker Earthquake than Rhydon due to lack of Ground STAB. Tyranitar trades that with a solid Dragon-type STAB option with both no drawbacks and a powerful secondary effect as well as a great movepool in general consisting of powerful options from both sides of the attacking spectrum. Unlike Rhydon and Golem it also can use a healing move in Rest which can make it very difficult to KO with Substitute. Overall it trades some solid staying and physical power for some VERY important traits.

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Delphox
Type: Fire/Psychic
Stats:
HP: 75
Attack: 69
Defense: 72
Special: 114
Speed: 104
Notable Moves:
Mystical Fire, Blast Burn, Fire Blast, Fire Spin, Psychic, Thunder Wave, Hypnosis, Confuse Ray
Mystical Fire/Fire/16 PP/75 Bp/100%/The target gets their special dropped by 1 stage.
Role: Delphox stands out among the many psychics for several reasons. Firstly it has a STAB option that can threaten other Psychics for neutral damage and Exeggutor for super effective damage. Secondly it's signature Mystical Fire applies pressure to those special attackers by giving Delphox a reliable way to drop their opponent's special stat. This combined with the mechanics of paralysis can cripple paralysis absorbers like Alakazam. Finally, it has several utility options in Thunder Wave, Hypnosis, and Confuse Ray to help their teammates. Delphox's main weakness is their lack of defensive utility and lack of coverage outside of STAB making it walled by Starmie.
 

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Linoone
Type: Normal
Stats:
HP: 78
Attack: 70
Defense: 61
Special: 61
Speed: 100
Notable Moves:
Belly Drum, Extreme Speed, Body Slam, Slash, Submission, Rock Slide, Super Fang, Rest
Belly Drum/Normal/Status/16 PP/Halves the user's entire HP and maximizes their attack stat.
Role: Linoone plays mostly the same in this game like in their original games. Their main strategy is to use Belly Drum to maximize their attack stat then plow through opponents with STAB Extreme Speed. It's high risk due to the fragility of Linoone but they can hit hard if you can pull it off. Another weakness they have is their lack of coverage due to only having the sub-par Submission and Rock Slide as alternatives to their Mono-Normal onslaught.
Extreme Speed isn't in base RBY either, and you can only submit one signature move, so this one isn't gonna work
 
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Umbreon
Type: Poison (Fun fact in the beta of GSC Umbreon was originally a Poison-type)
Stats:
HP: 95
Attack: 65
Defense: 110
Special: 130
Speed: 65
Notable Moves:
Snarl, Recover, Toxic, Glare, Hypnosis, Psychic, Thunderbolt, Night Shade, Sludge, Lick, Sharpen, Counter
Snarl/Psychic/24 PP/55 Bp/100%/ Lowers the special stat of the opponent by 1 stage.
Role: Uses the fact it can outspeed paralyzed Alakazam and Starmie to add pressure to the opponent. By using Snarl it can both cripple many powerful special attackers in one fell swoop as well as cripple their paralysis ever further. This allows it to punish paralysis absorbers making it a very unique counter to those archtypes.. It's excellent 130 special also allows it to shoot out decently strong Psychics or Thunderbolts to help further apply pressure to its opponents. Offsetting a hindering Poison-typing and low speed against non-paralyzed foes.

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Tsareena
Type: Grass
Stats:
HP: 72
Attack: 120
Defense: 98
Special: 98
Speed: 72
Notable Moves:
Synthesis, Razor Leaf, High Jump Kick, Focus Punch, Body Slam, Sleep Powder, Giga Drain, Glare
Role: Tsareena sets itself apart from Exeggutor as a grass type with several great traits. It's solid bulk and reliable recovery let's it have more longevity than Eggy. It has access to excellent Grass-type STAB in an auto-crit Razor Leaf to offeset it's subpar special. Finally, it can counter Normal-types with a choice between a strong High Jump Kick or Focus Punch. This combined with good support in Sleep Powder can make it a quite distinct choice from Eggy. It's main weaknesses are exploitable speed and lack of coverage outside of Fighting-type attacks.

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Tyrannitar
Type: Rock/Dragon
Stats:
HP: 100
Attack 134
Defense: 95
Special: 100
Speed: 61
Notable Moves:
Crunch, Draco Meteor, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Hyper Beam, Fire Blast, Surf, Ice Beam, Body Slam, Substitute, Quick Attack, Rest
Crunch/Dragon/24 PP/80 Bp/100%/20% chance to lower the target's special by 1 stage
Role: Most comparable to Golem and Rhydon due to both being bulky Normal-resists. Tyranitar trades a 4x Water and Grass weakness for a much more impactful Dragon weakness as well as lacking an immunity to Thunder Wave and a weaker Earthquake than Rhydon due to lack of Ground STAB. Tyranitar trades that with a solid Dragon-type STAB option with both no drawbacks and a powerful secondary effect as well as a great movepool in general consisting of powerful options from both sides of the attacking spectrum. Unlike Rhydon and Golem it also can use a healing move in Rest which can make it very difficult to KO with Substitute. Overall it trades some solid staying and physical power for some VERY important traits.

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Alolan Exeggutor
Type: Grass/Dragon
Stats:
HP: 95
Attack: 105
Defense: 85
Special: 125
Speed: 45
Notable Moves:
Wood Hammer, Razor Leaf, Giga Drain, Draco Meteor, Body Slam, Pin Missile. Rock Slide, Leech Seed, Toxic
Wood Hammer/Grass/24 PP/12 Bp/100%/The user takes 33% of the damage it causes in recoil.
Role: A-Eggy is the OG Eggy's more offensive cousin. While it lakes valuable status moves in Sleep Powder and Stun Spore it makes up for it by hitting very HARD. It's signature Wood Hammer gives it a very powerful Grass-stab to hit the Rock-types for super effective damage, and it backs this up with a equally powerful Draco Meteor. Aside from that A-Eggy has great physical coverage in Pin Missile to hit fellow Grass-types and Rock-slide to hit Ice-types who may capitalize on its new x4 Ice weakness. Another flaw it has is that except from Leech Seed it doesn't have much in a way of reliable recovery which combined with the recoil of Wood Hammer means it won't be around for long.
There's an issue with this: Alolan Exeggutor CANNOT lack the spore moves, unless it's made a seperate line from Exeggcute. All the Spore moves are learned in the Exeggcute stage. There's literally no way to make them incompatible, unless you some weird confusig shit

Proof: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Exeggcute_(Pokémon)/Generation_I_learnset
 

gastlies

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Submissions Closed. I’m gonna veto some stuff, I’m not sure if Ema wants to veto any
:tangela:
Name: Tangela
Stats: 75/75/115/100/60
Typing: Grass / Ghost
New Moves: Ancient Power, Recover, Lick
Removed Moves:

Signature Move Name: Ancient Power
Type: Ghost
BP: 70
Acc: no
PP: 32
Effect: drops the target’s special
This is being vetoed because a ghost-type with 75/115/100 defenses, along with Amnesia and Recover, is busted as hell
:y/wigglytuff:

Name: Wigglytuff
Typing: Normal
Stats:

HP: 140
ATK: 80
DEF: 95
SP: 50
SPE: 45

Signature Move
Heal Bell
Typing: Normal
BP: --
Acc: --
PP: 5 (8)
Effect: Every Pokemon in the user's party is cured of its non-volatile status condition.

Description: Physically bulky Normal type with a decent attack stat and fantastic support in Thunder Wave and Heal Bell, which lets it shut down the notoriously omnipresent paralysis; held back by its low speed, lack of recovery and low special.
Considering how important Status is in RBY, Heal bell is too game-breaking of a move, so this is also being vetoed.

Everything else looks good, unless Ema has something to add
 

Ema Skye

Work!
Sorry! Been super busy.

Both vetoed subs remain vetoed, but everything else is approved by council to vote on. Please vote for your top 3, one of which can be your own sub. The votes are ranked and your selfvote cannot be first.

I would put a deadline for voting but my schedule is always changing lately so I'll put out a 24 hour notice in a few days in lieu of a hard deadline.
 

gastlies

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1. Delphox - BLAST BURN
2. Ninetales - Will-o-Wisp seems really cool, and we need another ghost, Gengar can't be doing all the work here. By RBY mechanics it can burn fire-types which is funny lol
3. Sceptile - FRENZY PLANT (and draco meteor is cool too)
 
1. Venomoth.
2. Palossand.
3. Runerigus.

If I can,t have Umbreon trapping, at least I will get a Non Ground Weak Ghost here.
 
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Ema Skye

Work!
hi still stupid busy and will probably close slate on sunday

However, some concerns about Umbreon have been brought to the council's attention, namely how uncompetitive Umbreon trapping would be between Mean Look, Confuse Ray and Sand Attack. Thus, council will be removing Umbreon from the ballot as we do not want to be forcing teams to run Roar/Whirlwind (and these moves currently are nonfunctional right now anyways).

tagging the following umbreon voters so they can update their vote with a third option if they want: Glubbfubb CoralReaper707 Eeveeto
 

Ema Skye

Work!
Meant to post 24 vote post yesterday so oops

24 hours left!!

my votes:
1. Ninetales
2. Primarina (SV)
3. Sceptile
 

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