OU Hydreigon


[OVERVIEW]

Hydreigon is a frighteningly powerful special attacker with spammable STAB moves in the form of Dark Pulse and Draco Meteor and a myriad of crucial coverage options such as Fire Blast and Flash Cannon. It also possesses a great typing, solid bulk, and an immunity to Ground granted by Levitate. These perks allow it to come in on a swath of attacks such as Earthquake, Thunderbolt, and Psyshock. While its Speed tier isn't anything fantastic, it's just enough to outpace threats such as Tapu Lele, Zygarde, and Landorus-T. However, Hydreigon faces fierce competition from Hoopa-U and Ash-Greninja as a Dark-type wallbreaker, as well as from Choice Specs Latios as a Dragon-type wallbreaker. It also struggles with the presence of many influential Fairy- and Fighting-types in the tier such as Tapu Fini, Tapu Koko, Mega Mawile, Keldeo, and Terrakion.

[SET]
name: Choice Specs
move 1: Draco Meteor
move 2: Dark Pulse
move 3: Flash Cannon / U-turn
move 4: Fire Blast
item: Choice Specs
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Moves
========

Draco Meteor is a devastatingly powerful STAB attack that mauls anything that doesn't resist it while also doing solid damage against Pokemon that do resist it. Dark Pulse is Hydreigon's safest STAB option with nearly no drawbacks and breaks past many bulky Pokemon such as Mega Scizor, Toxapex, and Mega Sableye. Flash Cannon hits Fairy-types such as Clefable, Mimikyu, and Tapu Bulu. U-turn can be used to pivot out of unfavorable situations. Such instances include predicting an incoming Fairy-type switch-in or an especially bulky wall such as Chansey. Fire Blast razes Steel-types such as Magearna and Mega Mawile.

Set Details
========

A Timid nature is used to outspeed slightly slower Pokemon such as, Tapu Lele, Zygarde, Landorus-T, and Kyurem-B. Modest is an option to pick up notable 2HKOs such as on Toxapex and Mega Scizor with Dark Pulse, but the Speed loss is monumental. Maximum Special Attack investment along with Choice Specs allows Hydreigon to hit as hard as possible.

Usage Tips
========

Hydreigon is best used as an early-game wallbreaker, weakening walls for another teammate to come in later and sweep. Dark Pulse should be used most often,as few noteworthy targets resist it and it bears a nifty 20% flinch chance. Draco Meteor is a very powerful move, but it invites in Fairy-types, causing you to concede momentum. It also bears a nasty Special Attack drop that can give the opposition the upper hand, whether it be by allowing them to set up with a sweeper or set up hazards. Coverage moves should only be used if you're predicting a threat such as Magearna or Clefable to switch in. Be sure you predict well,as Hydreigon depends on its coverage moves to muscle past Fairy-types. Don't hesitate if you have to switch Hydreigon into a resisted attack, as its bulk is usually sufficient to take one.

Team Options
========

Pokemon that can trap and weaken or outright beat Chansey such as Dugtrio and Magma Storm Heatran are greatly appreciated. Pokemon that appreciate Hydreigon's wallbreaking prowess so they clean up like Shift Gear Magearna, Rock Polish Landorus-T, and Swords Dance Mega Mawile make great teammates. Teammates that can take on opposing Fairy-types such as Tapu Fini, Clefable, Tapu Lele, and Tapu Koko are a necessity. Steel-types such as, (RC) Magearna, Mega Mawile, Jirachi, Ferrothorn, and Heatran are great choices for this role. It's worth noting all of these Steel-types with the exception of Magearna are also able to set Stealth Rock to assist Hydreigon in achieving KOs. Hydreigon also appreciates teammates that can beat fast Fighting-types such as Keldeo and Terrakion. These teammates include Latios, Latias, and Mega Alakazam. Amoonguss and Assault Vest Tangrowth are also great teammates for dealing with Keldeo, but not Terrakion; however, physically defensive Tangrowth can stomach hits from Terrakion.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Life Orb allows Hydreigon to switch moves, but the recoil and noticeable drop in power is unappealing. Choice Scarf is an option to pressure offensive teams more, as well as offer a surprise factor, but Hydreigon is more at home ravaging bulkier teams with Choice Specs. A set utilizing Taunt and Roost can be used to apply more consistent pressure against stall and balance builds due to the freedom of switching moves combined with Taunt and recovery.

Checks and Counters
==================

**Fairy-types**: Hydreigon's greatest bane is its susceptibility to Fairy-types such as Clefable, Tapu Fini, Azumarill, Mega Mawile, and Magearna. These Pokemon are usually able to come in on both its STAB moves and retaliate with their own super effective STAB attacks.

**Fighting-types**: Although most cannot switch in safely, Fighting-types such as Terrakion, Keldeo, and Mega Medicham all outspeed Hydreigon and can strike it down with their Fighting-type STAB moves. It's worth noting that most barring Mega Medicham are able to come in on Dark Pulse.

**Dragon-types**: Hydreigon is on the slow side as a Dragon-type, so it's rather susceptible to being KOed by faster Dragon-types such as Latios, Garchomp, and Mega Charizard X.

**Specially Defensive Pokemon**: Due to their immense special bulk, Hydreigon cannot easily break through Chansey, Mandibuzz, and Assault Vest Tornadus-T. While the latter two are at a higher risk of being KOed due to their Stealth Rock weakness, Chansey takes negligible damage and can wear it down through Seismic Toss and Toxic or cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Faster Pokemon**: Faster Pokemon such as Keldeo, Terrakion, Garchomp, and Greninja can threaten to KO Hydreigon with their powerful STAB moves.
 
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I'm no Hydreigon expert but I think that some of Hydreigon's other coverage options should be mentioned in the Moves section. Earth Power, if used over Fire Blast, trades the ability to hit Ferrothorn and Scizor with the ability to hit Heatran, as well as break through Toxapex easier, among other random things like nihilego, Tapu Koko switching in, and alolan Muk. It still does the same to the Fairy/Steel types. Other than that Focus Blast isn't really worth it, but it could be mentioned if you hate Tyranitar and can really pressure Chansey with hazards.
 

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Overview

- Hyderigon is a frightening powerful attacker with a vast movepool to boot.
This line should be more descriptive. Mention its attacking stats, powerful STAB and coverage moves as well.

- It's possess a great typing and solid bulk to come in on a myriad of attacks
Be sure to list examples

Choice Specs

- Draco Meteor is devastatingly powerful Dragon STAB, and threatens other Dragon-types.
Considering Hydreigon is slower than just about every standard Dragon-type in the tier, you need to reword this. Talk about how Specs Draco is damaging to Pokemon that resist it.

- Dark Pulse is Hydreigon's safest STAB option with literally no drawbacks from using and breaks past many bulky Pokemon such as Mega Scizor, Toxapex, and Mega Sableye.
Literally is too strong a word in this case. Nearly would work better.

Usage Tips

- Dark Pulse should be what you click most of the time as it lacks immunities and bears a nifty 20% flinch chance.
There are many types that lack direct immunities. The word you're looking for is resistances. That, when coupled with Hydreigon's ability to threaten Dark-resists make it a dangerous move to spam.

- Draco Meteor is a very powerful move, but the special attack drop can give the opposition the upper hand whether it be setting up with a sweeper or setting up hazards.
The bigger issue is how it invites dangerous Fairy-types. Draco Meteor is actually incredibly difficult to use when your opponent has Fairy-types.

- Coverage moves should only be used if you're predicting a threat such as Magearna or Klefki is going to be switched in.
This is fine, but you need to stress to the player how important they are when Fairy-types are in play (which is common). I would also mention that if U-turn is used, it should only be used sparingly.

Checks and Counters

No disrespect, but don't half this. You need to mention give sections to Fighting- and Dragon-types at least. There absolutely needs to be a Special defense wall section as well.
 
Overview



This line should be more descriptive. Mention its attacking stats, powerful STAB and coverage moves as well.



Be sure to list examples

Choice Specs



Considering Hydreigon is slower than just about every standard Dragon-type in the tier, you need to reword this. Talk about how Specs Draco is damaging to Pokemon that resist it.



Literally is too strong a word in this case. Nearly would work better.

Usage Tips



There are many types that lack direct immunities. The word you're looking for is resistances. That, when coupled with Hydreigon's ability to threaten Dark-resists make it a dangerous move to spam.



The bigger issue is how it invites dangerous Fairy-types. Draco Meteor is actually incredibly difficult to use when your opponent has Fairy-types.



This is fine, but you need to stress to the player how important they are when Fairy-types are in play (which is common). I would also mention that if U-turn is used, it should only be used sparingly.

Checks and Counters

No disrespect, but don't half this. You need to mention give sections to Fighting- and Dragon-types at least. There absolutely needs to be a Special defense wall section as well.
ok
 
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Hyderigon is a frightening powerful attacker with a vast movepool containing gems such as Fire Blast, Flash Cannon, and Dark Pulse.
I was thinking more along the lines of

"Hydreigon is a frighteningly powerful Special Attacker with an abusable STAB moves in the form of Dark Pulse and Draco Meteor, and several key coverage moves such such as Fire Blast and Flash Cannon."

This would probably render the next line (- Dark Pulse is a very spammable move with few resists) redundant, so you can take it out.

- Draco Meteor is a very powerful move, but the special attack drop can give the opposition the upper hand whether it be setting up with a sweeper or setting up hazards. It also invites in Fairy-types, causing you to concede momentum
Reverse the order. The latter is more dangerous than the former.

**Fighting-types**: Although most cannot switch in safely, Fighting-types such as Terrakion, Keldeo, and Mega Medicham all outspeed Hydreigon and strike it down with their Fighting STAB.
Mention that they can switch into Dark Pulse barring Medicham (it's risky).

**Chansey**: Due to its immense special bulk, Hydreigon cannot break through Chansey. Chansey then wears it down through Seismic Toss and Toxic, or cripples it with Thunder Wave.
Change this to Specially Defensive Pokemon, and add Mandibuzz / Assault Torn (though mention that these Pokemon are at risk when Stealth Rock is up)

Do all of that and you can consider this

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I was thinking more along the lines of

"Hydreigon is a frighteningly powerful Special Attacker with an abusable STAB moves in the form of Dark Pulse and Draco Meteor, and several key coverage moves such such as Fire Blast and Flash Cannon."

This would probably render the next line (- Dark Pulse is a very spammable move with few resists) redundant, so you can take it out.



Reverse the order. The latter is more dangerous than the former.



Mention that they can switch into Dark Pulse barring Medicham (it's risky).



Change this to Specially Defensive Pokemon, and add Mandibuzz / Assault Torn (though mention that these Pokemon are at risk when Stealth Rock is up)

Do all of that and you can consider this

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did this thanks !
 

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Faces a bit of competition from other Dark-type wallbreakers such as Hoopa-U and Ash Greninja, as well as Choice Specs Latios.
I would change bit to something more aggressive like "fierce" because Hydreigon is really niche and has only a few small things over these other breakers.

Keep Fire Blast a standalone slash. Flash Cannon is basically only for Clef and hitting Fini neutrally, otherwise Fire Blast/Dark Pulse hits all the relevant Fairies. Just slash U-turn after Flash instead.

U-turn is used to pivot out of unfavorable situations.
Such as....

Mention Mega Mawile in Fairy-type section of C&C.

QC 2/3
 
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[OVERVIEW]

Hydreigon is a frighteningly powerful Special Attacker special attacker with abusable ("abuse" means "use in a negative way", this isn't what you're saying here. change this to something like "great STAB moves" or "spammable STAB moves") STAB moves in the form of Dark Pulse and Draco Meteor, (RC) and a myriad of crucial coverage options such such as Fire Blast and Flash Cannon. It also possess a great typing, solid bulk, and an immunity to Ground granted by Levitate. These perks allow it to come in on a swath of attacks such as Earthquake, Thunderbolt, and Psyshock. While its Speed tier isn't anything fantastic, it's just enough to outpace threats such as Tapu Lele, Zygarde, and Landorus-T. However, Hydreigon faces fierce competition from other Dark-type wallbreakers such as Hoopa-U and Ash Greninja Ash-Greninja, as well as Choice Specs Latios as a Dragon-type wallbreaker. It also struggles with the presence of many influential Fairy Fairy- and Fighting-types in the tier such as Tapu Fini, Tapu Koko, Mega Mawile, Keldeo, and Terrakion.

[SET]
name: Choice Specs
move 1: Draco Meteor
move 2: Dark Pulse
move 3: Flash Cannon / U-turn
move 4: Fire Blast
item: Choice Specs
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Moves
========

Draco Meteor is a devastatingly powerful STAB attack, (RC) that mauls anything that doesn't resist it, (RC) while also doing solid damage against resists Pokemon that resist it (don't use resist as a noun). Dark Pulse is Hydreigon's safest STAB option with nearly no drawbacks and breaks past many bulky Pokemon such as Mega Scizor, Toxapex, and Mega Sableye. Flash Cannon hits Fairy-types such as Clefable, Mimikyu, and Tapu Bulu. U-turn could can be used to pivot out of unfavorable situations. Such instances include predicting an incoming Fairy-type switch-in or an especially bulky wall such as Chansey. Fire Blast razes Steel-types such as Magearna and Mega Mawile.

Set Details
========

A Timid Nature nature is used to get the jump on outspeed slightly slower Pokemon such as, Tapu Lele, Zygarde, Landorus-T, and Kyurem-B. Modest is an option to pick up on notable 2HKOes 2HKOs (only add the e when it's being used as an adjective) such as on Toxapex and Mega Scizor with Dark Pulse, but the speed loss is monumental. Maximum Special Attack investment along with Choice Specs allows Hydreigon to hit as hard as possible.

Usage Tips
========

Hydreigon is best used as an early game early-game wallbreaker, weakening walls for another teammate to come in later and sweep. Dark Pulse should be used most often, (AC) as it lacks noteworthy resistances and bears a nifty 20% flinch chance. Draco Meteor is a very powerful move, but it invites in Fairy-types, causing you to concede momentum. It also bears a nasty special attack Special Attack drop, (AC) which can give the opposition the upper hand, (AC) whether it be by allowing them to set setting up with a sweeper or setting set up hazards. Coverage moves should only be used if you're predicting a threat such as Magearna or Clefable is going to be switched in. Be sure you predict well, (AC) as Hydreigon depends on it's its coverage moves to muscle past Fairy-types. Don’t hesitate if you have to switch Hydreigon into a resisted attack, as its bulk is usually sufficient enough to take it one.

Team Options
========

Pokemon that can trap and weaken or outright beat Chansey such as Dugtrio and Magma Storm Heatran are greatly appreciated. Dugtrio and Magma Storm Heatran with Taunt are examples. Pokemon that appreciate Hydreigon’s wallbreaking prowess so they clean up like Shift Gear Magearna, Rock Polish Landorus-T, and Swords Dance Mega Mawile make great teammates. Shift Gear Magearna, Rock Polish Landorus-T, and Swords Dance Mega Mawile are examples. Teammates that can take on opposing Fairy-types such as Tapu Fini, Clefable, Tapu Lele, and Tapu Koko are a necessity. Steel-types such as, Magearna and Mega Mawile are great choices as well as Jirachi, Ferrothorn, and Heatran are great choices for this role. It’s worth noting all of these Steel-types with the exception of Magearna are also able to set Stealth Rocks Stealth Rock to assist Hydreigon in achieving KOs. Hydreigon also appreciates teammates that can beat fast Fighting-types such as Keldeo and Terrakion. These teammates include Latios, Latias, and Mega Alakazam. Amoonguss and AV Assault Vest Tangrowth are also great teammates for dealing with Keldeo, but not Terrakion,; however, (AC) Physically Defensive physically defensive Tangrowth can stomach hits from it Terrakion.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Life Orb allows Hydreigon to switch moves, but the recoil and noticeable drop in power is unappealing. Choice Scarf is an option to pressure offensive teams more, as well as offer a surprise factor, but Hydreigon is more at home ravages ravaging bulkier teams with Choice Specs. A set utilizing Taunt and Roost could can be used to apply more consistent pressure against stall and balance builds due to the freedom of switching moves combined with Taunt and recovery.

Checks and Counters
==================

**Fairy-types**: Hydreigon’s greatest bane is it’s its susceptibility to Fairy-types such as, (RC) Clefable, Tapu Fini, Azumarill, Mega Mawile, and Magearna. These Pokemon are usually able to come in on both its STABs STAB moves and retaliate with their own super-effective STAB super effective STAB attacks.

**Fighting-types**: Although most cannot switch in safely, Fighting-types such as Terrakion, Keldeo, and Mega Medicham all outspeed Hydreigon and can strike it down with their Fighting STAB Fighting-type STAB moves. It's worth noting that most barring Mega Medicham are able to come in on Dark Pulse.

**Dragon-types**: Hydreigon is on the slow side as a Dragon-type, so it's rather susceptible to being KO'ed KOed by faster Dragons Dragon-types such as Latios, Garchomp, and Mega Charizard X.

**Specially Defensive Pokemon**: Due to their immense special bulk, Hydreigon cannot easily break through Chansey, Mandibuzz, and Assault Vest Tornadus-T. While the latter two are at a higher risk of being KO'ed KOed due to their Stealth Rock weakness, Chansey takes negligible damage then wears and can wear it down through Seismic Toss and Toxic, or cripples cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Faster Pokemon**: Faster Pokemon such as Keldeo, Terrakion, Garchomp, and Greninja all outspeed Hydreigon and can threaten to KO it with their powerful STABs STAB moves.

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[OVERVIEW]

Hydreigon is a frighteningly powerful special attacker with spammable STAB moves in the form of Dark Pulse and Draco Meteor and a myriad of crucial coverage options
such such as Fire Blast and Flash Cannon. It also possesses a great typing, solid bulk, and an immunity to Ground granted by Levitate. These perks allow it to come in on a swath of attacks such as Earthquake, Thunderbolt, and Psyshock. While its Speed tier isn't anything fantastic, it's just enough to outpace threats such as Tapu Lele, Zygarde, and Landorus-T. However, Hydreigon faces fierce competition from other Dark-type wallbreakers such as Hoopa-U and Ash-Greninja as a Dark-type wallbreaker, as well as from Choice Specs Latios as a Dragon-type wallbreaker. It also struggles with the presence of many influential Fairy- and Fighting-types in the tier such as Tapu Fini, Tapu Koko, Mega Mawile, Keldeo, and Terrakion.

[SET]
name: Choice Specs
move 1: Draco Meteor
move 2: Dark Pulse
move 3: Flash Cannon / U-turn
move 4: Fire Blast
item: Choice Specs
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Moves
========

Draco Meteor is a devastatingly powerful STAB attack that mauls anything that doesn't resist it while also doing solid damage against Pokemon that
do resist it. Dark Pulse is Hydreigon's safest STAB option with nearly no drawbacks and breaks past many bulky Pokemon such as Mega Scizor, Toxapex, and Mega Sableye. Flash Cannon hits Fairy-types such as Clefable, Mimikyu, and Tapu Bulu. U-turn can be used to pivot out of unfavorable situations. Such instances include predicting an incoming Fairy-type switch-in or an especially bulky wall such as Chansey. Fire Blast razes Steel-types such as Magearna and Mega Mawile.

Set Details
========

A Timid nature is used to outspeed slightly slower Pokemon such as
, (RC) Tapu Lele, Zygarde, Landorus-T, and Kyurem-B. Modest is an option to pick up on notable 2HKOs such as on Toxapex and Mega Scizor with Dark Pulse, but the Speed loss is monumental. Maximum Special Attack investment along with Choice Specs allows Hydreigon to hit as hard as possible.

Usage Tips
========

Hydreigon is best used as an early-game wallbreaker, weakening walls for another teammate to come in later and sweep. Dark Pulse should be used most often
, (add comma) as few noteworthy targets resist it it lacks noteworthy resistances and it bears a nifty 20% flinch chance. Draco Meteor is a very powerful move, but it invites in Fairy-types, causing you to concede momentum. It also bears a nasty Special Attack drop that which can give the opposition the upper hand, whether it be by allowing them to set up with a sweeper or set up hazards. Coverage moves should only be used if you're predicting a threat such as Magearna or Clefable is going to be switched in. Be sure you predict well, (AC) (keep the comma but remove comments) as Hydreigon depends on its coverage moves to muscle past Fairy-types. Don’t Don't hesitate if you have to switch Hydreigon into a resisted attack, as its bulk is usually sufficient enough to take one.

Team Options
========

Pokemon that can trap and weaken or outright beat Chansey such as Dugtrio and Magma Storm Heatran are greatly appreciated. Pokemon that appreciate
Hydreigon’s Hydreigon's wallbreaking prowess so they clean up like Shift Gear Magearna, Rock Polish Landorus-T, and Swords Dance Mega Mawile make great teammates. Teammates that can take on opposing Fairy-types such as Tapu Fini, Clefable, Tapu Lele, and Tapu Koko are a necessity. Steel-types such as, (RC) Magearna and Mega Mawile as well as Jirachi, Ferrothorn, and Heatran (is there a reason these are separated? why not just "such as Magearna, Mega Mawile, Jirachi, Ferrothorn, and Heatran"?) are great choices for this role. It’s It's worth noting all of these Steel-types with the exception of Magearna are also able to set Stealth Rock to assist Hydreigon in achieving KOs. Hydreigon also appreciates teammates that can beat fast Fighting-types such as Keldeo and Terrakion. These teammates include Latios, Latias, and Mega Alakazam. Amoonguss and Assault Vest Tangrowth are also great teammates for dealing with Keldeo, but not Terrakion,; (remove comma) however, physically defensive Tangrowth can stomach hits from Terrakion.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
=============

Life Orb allows Hydreigon to switch moves, but the recoil and noticeable drop in power is unappealing. Choice Scarf is an option to pressure offensive teams more, as well as offer a surprise factor, but Hydreigon is more at home ravaging bulkier teams with Choice Specs. A set utilizing Taunt and Roost can be used to apply more consistent pressure against stall and balance builds due to the freedom of switching moves combined with Taunt and recovery.

Checks and Counters
==================

**Fairy-types**:
Hydreigon’s Hydreigon's greatest bane is its susceptibility to Fairy-types such as Clefable, Tapu Fini, Azumarill, Mega Mawile, and Magearna. These Pokemon are usually able to come in on both its STAB moves and retaliate with their own super effective STAB attacks.

**Fighting-types**: Although most cannot switch in safely, Fighting-types such as Terrakion, Keldeo, and Mega Medicham all outspeed Hydreigon and can strike it down with their Fighting-type STAB moves. It's worth noting that most barring Mega Medicham are able to come in on Dark Pulse.

**Dragon-types**: Hydreigon is on the slow side as a Dragon-type, so it's rather susceptible to being KOed by faster Dragon-types such as Latios, Garchomp, and Mega Charizard X.

**Specially Defensive Pokemon**: Due to their immense special bulk, Hydreigon cannot easily break through Chansey, Mandibuzz, and Assault Vest Tornadus-T. While the latter two are at a higher risk of being KOed due to their Stealth Rock weakness, Chansey takes negligible damage and can wear it down through Seismic Toss and Toxic
, (RC) or cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Faster Pokemon**: Faster Pokemon such as Keldeo, Terrakion, Garchomp, and Greninja
all outspeed Hydreigon and can threaten to KO Hydreigon it with their powerful STAB moves.
 
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