National Dex Grimmsnarl

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[SET]
name: Dual Screens
move 1: Reflect
move 2: Light Screen
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Spirit Break / Parting Shot
item: Light Clay
ability: Prankster
nature: Careful
tera type: Steel
evs: 248 HP / 8 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Grimmsnarl's solid defensive typing and Prankster make it a decent dual screens setter on hyper offense teams. Taunt denies Defog from foes such as Rotom-W and Tornadus-T and denies entry hazards from foes such as Landorus-T, Ferrothorn, and Hippowdon. It also prevents foes such as Volcarona and Annihilape from using Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Spirit Break chips foes such as Ting-Lu and makes it easier to set up dual screens in front of special attackers such as Tapu Lele. Parting Shot can be used to pivot into teammates such as Dragonite, Dragapult, and Mega Scizor after setting screens, but it lets Dark-types such as Mega Tyranitar and Weavile—as well as Annihilape—exploit it, hindering its effectiveness. Superpower lets Grimmsnarl OHKO Kingambit after Stealth Rock, but it is ineffective outside of this matchup and is hard to justify over other alternatives. Grimmsnarl will very rarely Terastallize since teammates such as Dragonite take advantage of it far better. In a pinch, however, Tera Steel reverses its weaknesses and provides an overall solid defensive typing, which helps against foes such as Tapu Lele and Gholdengo. Tera Ghost is an alternative that prevents opposing Great Tusk from removing entry hazards with Rapid Spin. Teammates that take advantage of dual screen support such as Mega Scizor, Volcarona, Dragonite, and Kingambit make good partners, setting up safely and avoiding potential revenge killers such as Mega Lopunny and opposing Kingambit. Mega Scizor is a particularly good partner, handling foes such as Kingambit that use Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Grimmsnarl has difficulty denying entry hazards from foes such as Mega Tyranitar and Ting-Lu, so it appreciates teammates such as Cyclizar clearing hazards from the field. Cyclizar also appreciates dual screen support from Grimmsnarl making it more difficult for foes to break the Substitute it passes to teammates.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[TheSorcer3r, 580037]]
- Quality checked by: [[Sulo, 528036], [Ryuji, 515767]]
- Grammar checked by: [[Sulo, 528036]]
 
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[SET]
name: Dual Screens
move 1: Reflect
move 2: Light Screen
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Spirit Break / Parting Shot
item: Light Clay
ability: Prankster
nature: Careful
tera type: Steel
evs: 248 HP / 8 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Grimmsnarl's solid defensive typing and Prankster make it a decent dual screen setter on hyper offense teams. Taunt denies Defog from foes such as Rotom-W and Tornadus-T and denies entry hazards from foes such as Landorus-T, Ferrothorn, and Hippowdon. It also prevents foes such as Volcarona and Annihilape from using Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Parting Shot can be used to pivot into teammates such as Dragonite, Dragapult, and Mega Scizor after setting screens, but however it leaves Grimmsnarl extremely passive and easily exploitable by Dark-types such as? and Annihilape, hindering its effectiveness. Superpower lets Grimmsnarl OHKO Kingambit after Stealth Rock, but however it is ineffective outside of this matchup and is hard to justify over other alternatives. Grimmsnarl will very rarely use Tera since teammates such as Dragonite take advantage of it far better. In a pinch, however, Tera Steel reverses its weaknesses which helps against what mons? while maintaining a solid defensive typing. Teammates that take advantage of dual screen support such as Mega Scizor, Volcarona, and Kingambit make good partners, setting up safely and avoiding potential revenge killers such as Mega Lopunny and opposing Kingambit. Mega Scizor is a particularly good partner, handling foes such as Kingambit who use Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Grimmsnarl has difficulty denying entry hazards from foes such as Mega Tyranitar and Ting-Lu so it appreciates teammates such as Cyclizar clearing hazards from the field. Cyclizar also appreciates dual screen support from Grimmsnarl making it more difficult for foes to break the Substitute it passes to teammates.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[TheSorcer3r, 580037]]
- Quality checked by: [[Sulo, 528036], [username2, userid2]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
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[SET]
name: Dual Screens
move 1: Reflect
move 2: Light Screen
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Spirit Break / Parting Shot
item: Light Clay
ability: Prankster
nature: Careful
tera type: Steel
evs: 248 HP / 8 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Grimmsnarl's solid defensive typing and Prankster make it a decent dual screen setter on hyper offense teams. Taunt denies Defog from foes such as Rotom-W and Tornadus-T and denies entry hazards from foes such as Landorus-T, Ferrothorn, and Hippowdon. It also prevents foes such as Volcarona and Annihilape from using Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. cld mention here spirit break making easier the setup in front of special attacker while doing a good chunk at ting lu Parting Shot can be used to pivot into teammates such as Dragonite, Dragapult, and Mega Scizor after setting screens, but it leaves Grimmsnarl extremely passive and easily exploitable by Dark-types such as Mega Tyranitar and Weavile, and Annihilape, hindering its effectiveness. Superpower lets Grimmsnarl OHKO Kingambit after Stealth Rock, but it is ineffective outside of this matchup and is hard to justify over other alternatives. Grimmsnarl will very rarely use Tera since teammates such as Dragonite take advantage of it far better. In a pinch, however, Tera Steel reverses its weaknesses which helps against foes such as Tapu Lele and Gholdengo, while maintaining a solid defensive typing ghost cld be mentioned asw as it completely shut down tusk from removing hazards in front of u. Teammates that take advantage of dual screen support such as Mega Scizor, Volcarona, Dragonite, (ac) and Kingambit make good partners, setting up safely and avoiding potential revenge killers such as Mega Lopunny and opposing Kingambit. Mega Scizor is a particularly good partner, handling foes such as Kingambit who use Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Grimmsnarl has difficulty denying entry hazards from foes such as Mega Tyranitar and Ting-Lu so it appreciates teammates such as Cyclizar clearing hazards from the field. Cyclizar also appreciates dual screen support from Grimmsnarl making it more difficult for foes to break the Substitute it passes to teammates.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[TheSorcer3r, 580037]]
- Quality checked by: [[Sulo, 528036], [Ryuji, 515767]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
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[SET]
name: Dual Screens
move 1: Reflect
move 2: Light Screen
move 3: Taunt
move 4: Spirit Break / Parting Shot
item: Light Clay
ability: Prankster
nature: Careful
tera type: Steel
evs: 248 HP / 8 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Grimmsnarl's solid defensive typing and Prankster make it a decent dual screens screen setter on hyper offense teams. Taunt denies Defog from foes such as Rotom-W and Tornadus-T and denies entry hazards from foes such as Landorus-T, Ferrothorn, and Hippowdon. It also prevents foes such as Volcarona and Annihilape from using Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Spirit Break chips foes such as Ting-Lu and makes it easier to set up dual screens in front of special attackers attacking foes such as Tapu Lele. Parting Shot can be used to pivot into teammates such as Dragonite, Dragapult, and Mega Scizor after setting screens, but it it lets Dark-types such as Mega Tyranitar and Weavile—as well as Annihilape—exploit it, leaves Grimmsnarl extremely passive and easily exploitable by Dark-types such as Mega Tyranitar and Weavile, and Annihilape, hindering its effectiveness. Superpower lets Grimmsnarl OHKO Kingambit after Stealth Rock, but it is ineffective outside of this matchup and is hard to justify over other alternatives. Grimmsnarl will very rarely Terastallize use Tera since teammates such as Dragonite take advantage of it far better. In a pinch, however, Tera Steel reverses its weaknesses and provides an overall solid defensive typing, (ac) which helps against foes such as Tapu Lele and Gholdengo. while maintaining a solid defensive typing. Tera Ghost is an alternative that prevents opposing Great Tusk from removing entry hazards with Rapid Spin. Teammates that take advantage of dual screens screen support such as Mega Scizor, Volcarona, Dragonite, and Kingambit make good partners, setting up safely and avoiding potential revenge killers such as Mega Lopunny and opposing Kingambit. Mega Scizor is a particularly good partner, handling foes such as Kingambit that who use Grimmsnarl as setup fodder. Grimmsnarl has difficulty denying entry hazards from foes such as Mega Tyranitar and Ting-Lu, (ac) so it appreciates teammates such as Cyclizar clearing hazards from the field. Cyclizar also appreciates dual screen support from Grimmsnarl making it more difficult for foes to break the Substitute it passes to teammates.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[TheSorcer3r, 580037]]
- Quality checked by: [[Sulo, 528036], [Ryuji, 515767]]
- Grammar checked by: [[Sulo, 528036]]
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