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The new pool of Pokèemon kKalos introduced weren't wasn't as hyped-up as previous ones, as it was very small compared to the batches of monsPokemon other regions introduced.
- In articles, and not analyses, Pokemon with the accent is fine. Ina n analysis, you should always change it, but this was an article extract, so keeping it is fine.
- I'd also note that instead of changing a letter in the middle of the word, it's usually clearer for the writer to just rewrite the word so the change is more visible.

but, like I said,
- Here, you should mark on comma additions / removals with AC and RC. Just the punctuation with a different colour is really hard for a writer to see, so they may miss it while implementing. Something like "like I said, (AC)" makes it a lot more visible for the writer.

Pokéemon who
- Don't refer to Pokemon as who because they're not people; use which or that.

- Changes like this are also kinda hard to read imo because you're only striking out half the word, and when it stops might not be super visible to everyone. Rewriting could make it a lot more easier for a writer to notice. I notice other parts of this check like this, like "thiese," so try to focus on making your checks as readable for a writer as possible, as te=hey are the ones who have to implement your changes.

Mega-Evolution
- You're correct in removing the hyphen, but it's also not super clear so you coukd makr it on using AH or just rewriting the phrase, and even if it is seen, there was no space added so it might get mistakenly implemented as MegaEvolution.

powerful forms.
- Use formes when referring to different in battle formes like Mega Evolutions and stuff like Rotom formes.

amazingly-designed
This doesn't need to be hyphenated because the adverb ends in -ly so ti describes the designs. Stuff like defensively oriented also follow this rule.


NU.; Oonly
- The original structure was fine here imo, so this change was an unnecessary subjective change. In GP, we want to avoid unneccessary subjective changes because we want to preserve the original analysis and writer's voice as much as possible because it's their analysis, and if we change too much, we can lose their writing style. For now, just try to focus on objective things in analyses to get a better grip of the standards, then it becomes easier with experience to know what a subjective change improves readability and improves the analysis, whcih is the only times they should be made.

Skuntank and Sap Sipper Miltank resists or areis immune to Decidueye's STAB combinations
- It should be "resist or are immune to" because it's referring to two Pokemon (Skuntank and Miltank) so it's plural.
- It should be STAB combination not combinations because there is one combination of its STAB moves (the combination of Grass + Dark)

Steel and Poison-types
- When listing multiple types, use a hyphen after all of them. Steel- and Poison-types is correct.

Silvally-Steel, Ferroseed and Gardobor
- Smogon uses the serial/Oxford comma *comma before and in a list fo 3 or more), so you would need to add a comma after Ferroseed.

Hurricane compliments these two moves good,
- It should be complements not compliments because compliments refers to complimenting someone / saying good things about them.
- You're right that good isn't correct, but you could change it to something like "complements these moves well" to avoid removing the information that it's a good option. GP should always avoid removing content and changing meanings because those meanings have been quality checked.

- U-turn not U-Turn.

- Don't use abuse in analyses because of the negative connotations, so something like "take advantage of" is better.
- The change in this sentence is also somewhat unneccesary, as the original is still fine and grammatically correct.


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Its naturally high Special Defense help
- It should be helps not help here because the sentence is singular, referring to just Milotic.

and its typing and decent Def Defense, (AC) allow it to tank hits from Pokemon like Dracovish.
- You removed information here by removing its typing. GP should never remove or change content because the content was approved or added by QC. GP doesn't have that metagame knowledge, so removing approved content can lead to changing the meanings to what QC didn't want.
- Not sure why you added a comma here, you don't need one before allow.

Pokemon like Dracovish, Dragapult, (AC) or Hydreigon.
- It should be and here because Pokemon is plural. x or y is singular, and x and y is plural.

- Kommo-o not Kommo-O.
 
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Since Charizard only has a niche on Ssun teams, Torkoal is a required teammate for Charizard to function well and succeed.(Fixed a typo) Torkoal can also provide additional utility to help Charizard, such as removing Rrocks with Rapid Spin and chipping down opponentsfoes with Toxic or Stealth Rocks(not plural, right? also, foes should be used to refer to the enemy Pokemon, while opponent should be the enemy trainer.) damage. Venusaur, while already the premier sweeper for Sunsun teams, can abusebenefit from Charizard's ability to weaken and take out walls such as Mandibuzz and Toxapex.(Abuse should ONLY be used in a negative tone or way. Benefit from is way better.) In return, Venusaur can take care of Pokemon that outSpeedoutspeed Charizard thanks to Chlorophyll, (RC)such as Zeraora(The comma felt unnecessary...). Although Charizard can muscle through Specially Defensive Wallsspecially defensive walls like Blissey, it's best to accompany it with a physical breaker to take care of them easier, especially if Sunsun isn't active. For example, Darmanitan under sun can 1-OHKO them with Flare Blitz, (RC) while acting as a general revenge killer with a Choice Scarf, though the amount of recoil it will take makes it tough to manage well. Because Charizard's frailtypoor bulk makes it difficult for it to switch inside, pivots such as Blissey, Xatu, (AC)or Clefable can safely bring it into battle thanks to Teleport.

Polteageist is one of the most threatening setup sweepers in underusedUU, capable of OHKOing a majority of the tier when at +2 after Shell Smash, only being unable to reliably 1KOOHKO a few Pokemon such as Zarude, Incineroar, Umbreon, Bisharp, (AC) orand Gigalith. Its Ghost-typeGhost typing and decent Special BulkDefense enable it to set- up (RH) fairly reliably on opponentsfoes such as Heliolisk, (RC)and Noivern, making it harder for a lot of the tier to punish set upsetup and prevent a late-game(AH) clean.(Opponent refers to the enemy trainer, while foe refers to the enemy Pokemon.) Stored Power abusesmakes use of the boosts acquired by Shell Smash to boost its power to be able to more effectively target bulkier foes as well as Ghost immunities those immune to Ghost-type moves such as Heliolisk and Porygon-Z.(It is unnecessary to say "boost its power" when you already said "boosts acquired by Shell Smash". Immunities are never nouns, only to refer to traits. Also, abuse should not be used when referring to something positive the 'mon can take advantage of.) It can also one-hit OHKO Heavy-Duty Boots Chansey at +4. Giga Drain compliments Polteageist's coverage, targeting Krookodile, Obstagoon and SpDefspecially defensive Rhyperior, which are not killed by Polteageist's other moviesmoves even when boosted. Giga Drain also grants Polteageist some recovery, which can help it by healing it to 100% and be ableallow it to activate its sash if it has been chipped. A Focus Sash gives Polteageist guaranteed setup against almost any foe, allowing it to bypass Pokemon that would ordinarily OHKO it and use Shell Smash to clean-up (RH)weakened teams lacking prioritiespriority moves. White Herb is also an option to give Polteageist more bulk after setting up so it can take a hit while boosted, but the ability to set-up (RH) against almost any foe is often too useful to give up. It also struggles to take priority attacks such as Bisharp's Sucker Punch even with its Defense restored.
 
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such as removing Rrocks
"Rocks" can't be used as an alternative to "Stealth Rock", you must always use the latter.
it's best to accompany it with a physical breaker to take care of them easier
- Make sure the author always explains what type of "breaker" they're referring to; most of the time, it's a wallbreaker, but if you're not sure you can always leave a note in your check and they'll edit it upon implementing.
- "Easier" is an adjective, and it's therefore incorrect in this sentence, you'll come across these very often and you'll need to be able to tell when it's supposed to be an adjective or an adverb; in this case, the correct choice would be "more easily".
makes it difficult for it to switch inside
Always make sure your edits are made in the clearest way possible. Every GPer has their own method, but I would always recommend new amcheckers to avoid editing the words directly, but rather format the incorrect word entirely and then proceed to type the correct solution, obviously with the appropriate colors. In this case, you left an "s", which could cause confusion during the implementation process. My advice is to always go for edits like this: to switch inside in.
, pivots such as Blissey, Xatu, (AC)or Clefable
- There's a few things worth noticing here. The first sentences introduces one of Charizard's weaknesses, while the second proceeds to list solutions that could make up for this. Usually, sentences like these read better when separated by a more solid punctuation mark, mainly a semicolon, which would then be followed by adverb like "therefore". This is a more subjective approach, but it's good to learn how to handle these as well.
- The main mistake, however, was the use of "or" instead of "and", which is obviously the correct solution because the subject being listed is plural ["pivots"]

when at +2 after Shell Smash
This feels a bit unnecessary, but I understand why you made this change. Most of the time, +2 is self-explanatory, as Shell Smash is also mentioned further and it's pretty clear for the reader to understand what +2 refers to.
decent Special BulkDefense
"special bulk" is accepted and doesn't just refer to its Special Defense, but also its HP, so by changing it you also made a slight content change, albeit a very minor one.
Ghost immunities those immune to Ghost-type moves
Ghost-immune foes is perfectly accepted and less wordy.
Giga Drain compliments Polteageist's coverage
Watch out for this, it's a common mistake. Complements, not compliments; the latter means "to say something nice to somebody".

The second half of Polteageist is rly well done! Again, if you have questions feel free to reach out to us via Discord :D
 
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BarrasekwdaBarraskewda makes for a decent late-game(AH) sweeper on Rainrain teams thanks to its amazing speed tier and Swift Swim, (AC)allowing it to outspeed the entire metagame, as well as its great AtkAttack. Liquidation allows Barraskewda to 2hit-KO2HKO defensive Pokemon like Corviknight and Clefable under rain. Close Combat allows it to 2hit-KO2HKO(We ALWAYS use xHKO, where x is the number of hits it will take to KO the Pokemon. If x=1, replace 1 with O.) Ferrothorn and RotomWashRotom-W as well as safely 1KOOHKOing(Remember the "ing" suffix!) Cloyster thanks to Swift Swim;(RC, ASC) however, be careful against Ferrothorn,(RC) as Power Whip or Knock Off will cripple your chances of cleanuppingcleaning up. Psychic Fangs helps Barraskewda pressure Toxapex and Kommo-OKommo-o(The final O in Kommo-o is always lowercase.), though you must be cautious of a Burnburn from Scald when facing Toxapex. Aqua Jet is useful to revenge kill Pokemon outside of Rainrain,(RC) such as Dugtrio, weakened Zeraora and +1 Excadrill at +1. Crunch can be used if specifically targeting Dragapult and Jellicent is more desirable, but the priority from Aqua Jet is often too useful to pass on. An Adamant Naturenature grants Barraskewda a good chance to kill Clefable under rain, helps it potentially 2HKO Toxapex, and lets it always 1KOOHKO Sylveon under rain.
 
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Lunaflare thus looks a lot better so don't be disheartened by a lot of comments, and you can always pm me on discord for more feedback / to ask questions.

speed tier
- Always capitalise stats (HP / Attack / Defense / Special Attack / Special Defense / Speed), so it should be Speed tier.

owever, be careful against Ferrothorn,(RC) as Power Whip or Knock Off will cripple your chances of cleanuppingcleaning up.
- Don't refer to Pokemon as you, so you should say "cripple Barraskewda's chances."

you must be cautious of a Burnburn from Scald
- Again, Barraskewda should be cautious of a burn, not you.

such as Dugtrio, weakened Zeraora and +1 Excadrill at +1.
- Comma after Zeraora because Smogon uses the serial comma.
- +1 Excadrill is fine and accepted, so if you see someone referring to boosts in that way, it's fine to keep.

kill Clefable
- Pokemon don't die, so you don't use "kill" in analyses unless you're saying revenge kill. Instead, it can KO Clefable.
 

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Mimikyu fits best on offensive teams that appreciate it’s its ability to set-up set up easy and clean a weak opposing team in the lategame late-game (AH). These teams also benefits from Disguise, (AC) enabling Mimikyu to Revenge-Kill revenge kill (RH) a key threat at a pinch. As such Therefore, wallbreakers such as Obstagoon and Lycanroc-Dusk, who which can chip or remove checks to Mimikyu such as Skarmory, Weezing-Galar Galarian Weezing, (AC) and def Incineroar are good partners. Lycanroc Dusk Lycanroc-D also can help chip Doublade in range of Mimikyu's attacks and provide extra priority if Mimikyu fails to clean late game late-game (AH). Due to Mimikyu's low damage output, it appreciates hazards to chip opponents foes such as Jirachi into range of it’s its attacks, potentially preventing them from breaking its Disguise. As such Therefore, Stealth Rockers Rock setters such as Krookodile and Terrakion make good partners. Mimikyu also fits well on Webs Sticky Web teams due to the Speed reduction, (AC) allowing it to remove threats like Terrakion and Keldeo before they can break its Disguise as well as being a good check to Noivern on these teams, so Araquanid is a good partner to set the entry hazard. Special Araquanid can also lure and weaken or remove Skarmory, who which is one of Mimikyu's biggest checks.
 
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Mimikyu fits best on offensive teams that appreciate it’s its ability to set-up set up easy and clean a weak opposing team in the lategame late-game (AH).
- Easy should be changed to easily here. Easily is the adverb that describes the ability to set up.

at a pinch
- The phrase is "in a pinch," which often comes up with other low HP-related thngs.

def Incineroar
- Def is used as shorthand for defensive, so instead of removing it, you'd just say "defensive Incineroar"
 

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Ludicolo finds itself a unique niche on drizzle rain teams, able to take care of common bulky Waters Water-types that rain(lowercase) teams usually struggle with. Giga Drain OHKOs OHKOes Seismitoad and Gastrodon and can potentially 2hko Rotom-Wash 2HKO Rotom-W, Vaporeon,(AC) and Milotic,(AC) paving the way for most rain sweepers. Ice Beam targets Dragons Dragon-types like Dragapult and Kommo-o,(AC) and Focus Blast helps against Ferrothorn and Kyurem. However,(AC) even with Life Orb alongside rain and a Modest nature, Ludicolo struggles in killing to KO Pokemon its it is meant to target and can easily be OHKO'd OHKOed by them in return. For example, Ice Beam has a low chance at 1HKO to OHKO Dragapult, and Focus Blast only 2HKOs 2HKOes Kyurem. Additionally, Ludicolo needs to be careful against certain defensive threats such as Ferrothorn or and Toxapex. The former can take at least one Focus Blast and makes make Ludicolo a lot less threatening with Knock Off,(AC) while the latter can recover off all of Ludicolo's attacks and poison(lowercase) it, wearing it down alongside Life Orb recoil.

NP Nasty Plot Cofagrigus takes a much more offense approach to the Pokémon, taking advantage of NU's lack of checks to sturdy Ghost types checks Ghost-types by buffing its Shadow Ball to dangerous levels. Additionally, this set maintains the usefulness of Cofagrigus's Ghost-(RH)typing, taking advantage of Choice-item choice item foes like Toxicroak and Indeedee to gain chances to setup set up. Something that may immediately stand out to you is this set's last move slot moveslot. Despite this set being based around boosting Cofagrigus's SpAtk Special Attack, Body Press is oftentimes the preferred coverage,(RC) because it hits Ghost-resists and immunities Ghost-resistant and -immune foes like Silvally-(AH)Dark, Skuntank, and Indeedee-F harder than any of Cofagrigus's possible other non-boosted special coverage moves would, although Energy Ball is a great alternative that also smacks Quagsire. Cofagrigus even has the option of dropping Trick Room and running both Body Press and Energy Ball, giving it a phenomenal stall matchup at the cost of its matchup against offense teams. If you choose to do this, make sure to maximise maximize Cofagrigus's Speed IVs and invest enough evs EVs in Speed(capitalize) to outpace Clefairy.
 
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Amoonguss has rose risen in Usage usage since Zygarde's ban and challenges Tangrowth as a Grass(AH)type with Regenerator. It fits wells on bulky offensives offense due to its immunity to Toxic, having (added "having" to preserve parallelism) enough special bulk to run Black Sludge(AC) and key resistances to Fairy-, Electric-, and Water-type attacks. Its many (replaced with "numerous") for variety's sake) numerous resistances allow it to switch into many Special Attackers special attackers like Magearna, Tapu Koko(AC) and Greninja-Ash Ash-Greninja and cripple them with status. Also, Amoonguss can put to sleep or paralyse paralyze Pokemon like Mega Alakazam and Tornadus-T with Spore or Stun Spore respectively ("respectively" is unneeded here since both Mega Alakazam and Tornadus-T are affected by Spore and Stun Spore) when they switch in and can take at least one of their attacks at high health. Amoonguss can even take on the likes of Kartana and Mega Mawile. However, Amoonguss's lack of damage output hinders its offensive presence(AC) so teammates like Mega Mawile, Mega Medicham, Keldeo(AC) and Kartana can should be used to (added to improve clarity - the sentence originally implies that Amoonguss's teammates capitalize off the status Amoonguss inflicts because Amoonguss's damage output is low) capitalize of off status it inflicts. Water-types like Rotom-w Rotom-W and Slowbro-Mega Mega Slowbro appreciate Amoongus’s Amoonguss's resistance to Electric(AH)type attacks, and Steel-types like Celeestela Celesteela, Heatran(AC) and Magearna can cover for its Psychic-type weakness.
 

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Celebiii first thing i would recommend is to bold your changes and also choose a different comment colour because that yellow is basically invisible on light
key resistances to Fairy-, Electric-, and Water-type attacks. I
- "key resistances to Fairy, Electric, and Water is also accepted.

can take at least one of their attacks at high health.
- When referring to the stat, use HP instead of health.

Amoonguss's resistance to Electric(AH)type attacks,
- Both "resistance to Electric" and "resistance to Electric-type attacks are correct, so in general, keep the original if both are fine to preserve writer voice.

Overall you have a good grasp of both English grammar and Smogon standards; just make your checks more readable in future.
 
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Barrasekwda Barraskewda makes for a decent lategame late-game sweeper on Rain teams thanks to its amazing speed tier and it's ability Swift Swim,(AC) allowing it to outspeed the entire metagame.(AP) as well as Due to its great Atk Attack,(AC) Liquidation allows Barraskewda to 2hit-KO 2HKO defensive Pokemon like Corviknight and Clefable under rain. Close Combat allows it to 2hit-KO 2HKO Ferrothorn and RotomWash Rotom-W as well as safely 1KO OHKOing Cloyster.(AP) thanks to Swift Swim,(the ability doesn't help it OHKO Cloyster) however However, be careful against Ferrothorn, as Power Whip or Knock Off will cripple your chances of cleanupping cleaning up. Psychic Fangs helps Barraskewda pressure Toxapex and Kommo-O Kommo-o, though you must be cautious of a Burn burn from Scald when facing Toxapex. Aqua Jet is useful to revenge kill Pokemon outside of Rain, such as Dugtrio, weakened Zeraora,(AC) and +1 Excadrill. Crunch can be used if specifically targeting Dragapult and Jellicent is more desirable, but the priority from Aqua Jet is often too useful to pass on. An Adamant Nature nature grants Barraskewda a good chance to kill OHKO Clefable under rain, helps it potentially 2HKO Toxapex, and lets it always 1KO OHKO Sylveon under rain.
 
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First of all, I truly recommend to always bold your edits.

Rain teams thanks to its amazing speed tier and it's ability Swift Swim
- rain, just like other weather conditions, is never capitalized.
- Speed, just like any other stat, is always capitalized.
- it's = it is. In this case, you need a possessive adjective, which is "its". Always pay close attention to these.
.(AP) as well as Due to its great Atk Attack,(AC)
Not rly sure why you decided to change the structure of this. The original one wanted to emphasize which factors make Barraskewda a great late-game sweeper on rain teams, and its Attack is one of these; it doesn't rly have anything to do with Liquidation.
"[...] allowing it to outspeed the entire metagame, as well as its great Attack." -> only thing worth changing was Atk.
revenge kill Pokemon outside of Rain
same thing, rain is not capitalized.
.(AP) thanks to Swift Swim,(the ability doesn't help it OHKO Cloyster) however However
This is fine, but the edits can look kinda messy. My n.1 suggestion is to always edit what you need to remove first, then proceed to add the correct options, and then you can add a comment explaining why you made that specific change.

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Choice Specs Deciudeye Decidueye is one of the most devastating wallbreakers in Never Used NU. Only Skuntank and Sap Sipper Miltank resists or are immune to Decidueye's STAB combinations, and the former cannot reliably switch into multiple Leaf Storms multiple times. Additionally, Leaf Storm and Shadow Ball have excellent synergy, the former nails Dark-types(AH) like Silvally-dark Silvally-Dark and Persian-A Alolan Persian, while the latter hits Steel and Poison-type like Silvally-Steel, Ferroseed and Gardobor Garbodor, as well as Rotom-fan Rotom-S. Hurricane compliments these two moves good, providing coverage for Sap Sipper Miltank and chunking Eldegoss for more damage than Shadow Ball. Although U-Turn U-turn is preferred, so Decidueye can abuse the switches it forces, Roost enables it to take advantage on its Defensive defensive utility more frequently. Giga Drain is also an option that offers recovery while being less exploitable then than Roost.
 

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Choice Specs Deciudeye Decidueye is one of the most devastating wallbreakers in Never Used NU. Only Skuntank and Sap Sipper Miltank resists or are immune to Decidueye's STAB combinations combination, and the former cannot reliably switch into multiple Leaf Storms multiple times.
1. "STAB combination" instead of "STAB combinations" - Decidueye only has one STAB combination (Grass + Ghost), so it should be singular.
2. "multiple Leaf Storms" was fine in this case, so you didn't need to change it.

Additionally, Leaf Storm and Shadow Ball have excellent synergy;(comma to semicolon) the former nails Dark-types(AH) like Silvally-dark Silvally-Dark and Persian-A Alolan Persian, while the latter hits Steel-(AH) and Poison-types like Silvally-Steel, Ferroseed,(AC) and Gardobor Garbodor, as well as Rotom-fan Rotom-S.
1. There should be a semicolon over a comma after synergy; the second part of the sentence can function as a standalone sentence.
2. It should be "Steel- and Poison-types" over "Steel and Poison-type" - When listing multiple types, use a hyphen. Its also "-types" because the object in reference (like Silvally-Steel, Ferroseed, and Garbodor) is plural.
3. There should a comma after Ferroseed and before and (Smogon uses Serial commas).

Hurricane compliments complements these two moves good well, providing coverage for Sap Sipper Miltank and chunking Eldegoss for more damage than Shadow Ball.
1. "Complements" over "Compliments" - Complement is referring to making something better or enhancing it, whereas Compliment means to say good things about someone.
2. Your removal of "good" was the right thing to do, but you should replace it with something similar to avoid changing the meaning of the sentence. In this case, "complements these two moves well" makes sense.

Although U-Turn U-turn is preferred, so Decidueye can abuse utilize the switches it forces, Roost enables it to take advantage on of its Defensive defensive utility more frequently. Giga Drain is also an option that offers recovery while being less exploitable then than Roost.
1. "utilize" or some phrase that shares a similar meaning over "abuse" - abuse is used in a negative connotation, so it doesn't fit the sentence here.
2. "take advantage of" over "take advantage on"

Good work!
 

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