Ubers Hydreigon

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[Overview]

Hydreigon is a decent role compression choice, possessing some much appreciated resistances to common offensive types, such as Ghost, Water, and Fire, while also being immune to Psychic and Ground. In a pinch, it can provide the utility of both Yveltal and Eternatus while also checking Groudon. Hydreigon differentiates itself from offensive Eternatus with Nasty Plot, making it a terrifying attacker with very few defensive answers. Sadly, Hydreigon can never be a team's only answer to the threats it checks because of its middling bulk, leading to it stacking weaknesses on teams and competing heavily with Eternatus, which is much more defensively stable. Additionally, Hydreigon is very reliant on Nasty Plot to effectively wallbreak, and it struggles to safely set up because of its poor bulk, its mediocre Speed, and the recoil damage from Life Orb, making it easy to revenge kill too. Lastly, because Draco Meteor harshly drops Hydreigon's Special Attack, Hydreigon cannot repeatedly use its strongest attack and must rely on its teammates to clean up.

[SET]
name: Life Orb
move 1: Nasty Plot
move 2: Draco Meteor
move 3: Dark Pulse
move 4: Flash Cannon / Roost
item: Life Orb
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Nasty Plot enables Hydreigon to muscle through the generally bulky Ubers metagame. Draco Meteor OHKOes bulky Kyogre, Yveltal, and Zarude after a boost. Dark Pulse hits Necrozma-DM and Calyrex-S while also providing the potential to OHKO Groudon at +2. Flash Cannon allows Hydreigon to hit Xerneas and Tyranitar for super effective damage, two Pokemon that otherwise can switch into its STAB combination. Roost is an option on the final moveslot to better check Calyrex-S and mitigate Life Orb recoil, but it turns Hydreigon into a momentum sink due to its reliance on the move.

Because of its middling bulk but high damage output, Hydreigon fits best on hyper offense teams where it can help mitigate the Choice Scarf Calyrex-S weakness these teams have. Shuckle and Slurpuff can set up Sticky Web for Hydreigon, making it much harder to revenge kill and providing more setup opportunities. Offensive Yveltal should double up with Hydreigon to better take on Calyrex-S while overwhelming their shared checks in Eternatus, Tyranitar, and Xerneas. Other strong wallbreakers that blow through the opponent's special walls are appreciated. Examples of those include Marshadow and Mewtwo, both of which can effectively deal with Yveltal and Blissey. Dragon Dance Necrozma-DM can bait in and heavily damage Yveltal and check Eternatus for Hydreigon while also dealing with defensive Xerneas. In exchange, Hydreigon dissuades Calyrex-S from attempting to revenge kill Necrozma-DM while also keeping Kyogre in check.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
====

Dragon Pulse gives Hydreigon more chances to use its Dragon-type attacks but is considerably weaker, especially without a boost. Fire Blast lets Hydreigon OHKO Ferrothorn and Zamazenta-C but provides little coverage otherwise. 52 Special Defense EVs allow Hydreigon to survive two Astral Barrages from Choice Scarf Calyrex-S after Stealth Rock.

Checks and Counters
====

**Revenge Killers**: Marshadow, Eternatus, Choice Scarf Kyogre, and Galarian Darmanitan outspeed and threaten to OHKO Hydreigon. None of them can safely switch into it, though.

**Fairy-types and Fairy-type Coverage**: Xerneas resists both of Hydreigon's STAB moves and can revenge kill it if it's not boosted, while Clefable can even sometimes tank a boosted Flash Cannon. Focus Sash Calyrex-S can also OHKO it with Draining Kiss.

**Zamazenta-C**: Zamazenta-C can take Hydreigon's boosted hits and retaliate with Close Combat.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh can tank a boosted Draco Meteor from Hydreigon and cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Status**: Toxic poison will quickly wear down Hydreigon in conjunction with Life Orb recoil, while Thunder Wave completely incapacitates it.

**Tyranitar**: Tyranitar can stomach any of Hydreigon's hits and cripple it with a status move.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Lasen, 273339]]
- Quality checked by: [[Aberforth, 249382], [Fc, 511624]]
- Grammar checked by: [[Rabia, 336073], [DC, 449990]]
 
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:bw/hydreigon:
[Overview]

Hydreigon lands in Ubers as a decent role compression choice, possessing some much appreciated resistances to common offensive typings such as Ghost, Water, and Fire while also being immune to Psychic- and Ground-type attacks. It can thus act as a mixture of Eternatus and Yveltal, while also checking Groudon and Landorus. (Check is a strong word when Superpower from incarnate OHKO's and Therian clicks U-turn. I'm also not a huge fan of the wording, maybe talk about how it role compresses rather than acts as a mixture of the mosn because it's just worse than both at their respective jobs for the most part) Hydreigon differentiates itself from other Dragon-type wallbreakers through access to Nasty Plot, (!dt naganadel [maybe specify some dragons like etern]) making it a terrifying attacker with very few defensive answers. Hydreigon can check multiple threats, but can never act as a team's only answer to any of them. This means that Hydreigon commonly stacks weaknesses on teams while also competing for a teamslot with Eternatus. Hydreigon also needs the Special Attack boost to be able to wallbreak effectively lest it gets revenge killed as its bulk and Speed are mediocre, with the Life Orb recoil making it hard to find an opportunity to setup without losing a considerable amount of HP. Because of Draco Meteor harshly dropping Hydreigon's Special Attack upon use, Hydreigon cannot repeatedly use its strongest attack and must thus rely on its teammates to clean up. Because of its general middling bulk but high damage output, Hydreigon fits best on hyper offense teams where it can help mitigate the inherent Choice Scarf Calyrex-S weakness the playstyle has.

[SET]
name: Life Orb
move 1: Nasty Plot
move 2: Draco Meteor
move 3: Dark Pulse
move 4: Flash Cannon / Roost
item: Life Orb
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Nasty Plot is an enabler so that Hydreigon can muscle through the generally bulky Ubers metagame. Draco Meteor is Hydreigon's strongest move, allowing it to OHKO bulky Kyogre, Yveltal, and Zarude after a boost. Dark Pulse hits Necrozma-DM and Calyrex-S while also providing the potential to OHKO Groudon after setting up. Flash Cannon allows Hydreigon to hit Xerneas and Tyranitar for super effective damage, two Pokemon that otherwise can switch into its STAB combination. Roost is an option on the final moveslot so that Hydreigon can remain healthy and have more chances to wallbreak. (Also mention how it can act as a pivot against caly-s more often with Roost, but talk about the drawback of it being a passive move for an HO mon to click which can be momentum draining)

Shuckle and Slurpuff can set up Sticky Web for Hydreigon, making it much harder to revenge kill and providing more opportunities for it set up. Offensive Yveltal should double up with Hydreigon to better take on Calyrex-S while overwhelming their shared checks in Eternatus, Tyranitar, and Xerneas. Other strong wallbreakers that blow through the opponents special walls are appreciated. Examples of those include Marshadow and Mewtwo, both of which can effectively deal with Yveltal and Blissey. Dragon Dance Necrozma-DM can keep Yveltal and Eternatus in check for Hydreigon (I think bait or some other word would be better for Yveltal in particular, since NDM can't switch into that but it can take Dmax cannon from Etern so they're a little different) while also dealing with defensive Xerneas. In exchange, Hydreigon dissuades Calyrex-S from attempting to revenge kill Necrozma-DM while also keeping Kyogre in check.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
====

Dragon Pulse gives Hydreigon more chances to use its Dragon-type attacks but is considerably weaker, especially so without a boost. Fire Blast lets Hydreigon OHKO Ferrothorn and Zamazenta-C, but provides little coverage otherwise. Specially Defensive sets are able to tank Calyrex-S's attacks while being less susceptible to Stealth Rock than Yveltal but it's donkeydick :/

Checks and Counters
====

**Revenge Killers**: Marshadow, Eternatus, Choice Scarf Kyogre, and Galarian Darmanitan can all outspeed and threaten to OHKO Hydreigon. None of them can safely switch into it, though.

**Fairy-types and Fairy-type coverage**: Xerneas resists both of Hydreigon's STAB moves and can revenge kill it if it's not boosted, with Clefable even being able to sometimes tank a boosted Flash Cannon. Focus Sash Calyrex can also OHKO with Draining Kiss.

**Zamazenta-C**: Zamazenta-C can take Hydreigon's boosted hits and retaliate with Close Combat.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh can even take a boosted Draco Meteor from Hydreigon and threaten to cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Status**: Toxic will quickly wear down Hydreigon in conjunction with Life Orb recoil while Thunder Wave completely incapacitates it.

**Tyranitar**: Tyranitar can stomach any of Hydreigon's hits and threaten to cripple it with a status move.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Lasen, 273339]]
- Quality checked by: [[Aberforth, 249382], [Fc, 511624]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1], [username2, userid2]]

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:bw/hydreigon:
[Overview]

Hydreigon lands in Ubers as a decent role compression choice, possessing some much appreciated resistances to common offensive typings ->types, (AC) such as Ghost, Water, and Fire, (AC) while also being immune to Psychic- and Ground-type attacks. In a pinch, it can provide the utility of either -> both Yveltal or -> and Eternatus while also checking Groudon. Hydreigon differentiates itself from offensive Eternatus through access to Nasty Plot, making it a terrifying attacker with very few defensive answers. Hydreigon can check multiple threats, but can never act as a team's only answer to any of them. This means that Hydreigon commonly stacks weaknesses on teams while also competing for a teamslot with Eternatus. Hydreigon also needs the -> a Special Attack boost to be able to wallbreak effectively lest it gets -> get revenge killed as its bulk and Speed are mediocre, with the Life Orb recoil making it hard to find an opportunity to setup without losing a considerable amount of HP. Because of Draco Meteor harshly dropping -> drops Hydreigon's Special Attack upon use, Hydreigon cannot repeatedly use its strongest attack and must thus rely on its teammates to clean up. Because of its general -> generally middling bulk but high damage output, Hydreigon fits best on hyper offense teams where it can help mitigate the inherent Choice Scarf Calyrex-S weakness the playstyle has.

[SET]
name: Life Orb
move 1: Nasty Plot
move 2: Draco Meteor
move 3: Dark Pulse
move 4: Flash Cannon / Roost
item: Life Orb
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Nasty Plot is an enabler so that -> enables Hydreigon can -> to (This makes the sentence a bit more succinct) muscle through the generally bulky Ubers metagame. Draco Meteor is Hydreigon's strongest move, allowing it to OHKO bulky Kyogre, Yveltal, and Zarude after a boost. Dark Pulse hits Necrozma-DM and Calyrex-S while also providing the potential to OHKO Groudon after setting up. Flash Cannon allows Hydreigon to hit Xerneas and Tyranitar for super effective damage, two Pokemon that otherwise can switch into its STAB combination. Roost is an option on the final moveslot so that Hydreigon can better check Calyrex-S and mitigate Life Orb recoil, but it turns Hydreigon into a momentum sink due to its reliance on the move.

Shuckle and Slurpuff can set up Sticky Web for Hydreigon, making it much harder to revenge kill and providing more set up opportunities for it set up. Offensive Yveltal should double up with Hydreigon to better take on Calyrex-S while overwhelming their shared checks in Eternatus, Tyranitar, and Xerneas. Other strong wallbreakers that blow through the opponents special walls are appreciated. Examples of those include Marshadow and Mewtwo, both of which can effectively deal with Yveltal and Blissey. Dragon Dance Necrozma-DM can bait Yveltal and check -> keep Eternatus in check (you use this same phrase in the next sentence, so changed to avoid repetition) for Hydreigon while also dealing with defensive Xerneas. In exchange, Hydreigon dissuades Calyrex-S from attempting to revenge kill Necrozma-DM while also keeping Kyogre in check.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
====

Dragon Pulse gives Hydreigon more chances to use its Dragon-type attacks but is considerably weaker, especially so without a boost. Fire Blast lets Hydreigon OHKO Ferrothorn and Zamazenta-C, but provides little coverage otherwise. 52 SpD -> Special Defense EVs allow Hydreigon to survive 2 Astral Barrages from Choice Scarf Calyrex-S after switching into Stealth Rock.

Checks and Counters
====

**Revenge Killers**: Marshadow, Eternatus, Choice Scarf Kyogre, and Galarian Darmanitan can all outspeed and threaten to OHKO Hydreigon. None of them can safely switch into it, though.

**Fairy-types and Fairy-type coverage**: Xerneas resists both of Hydreigon's STAB moves and can revenge kill it if it's not boosted, with -> while Clefable even being able to sometimes tank a boosted Flash Cannon. Focus Sash Calyrex can also OHKO with Draining Kiss.

**Zamazenta-C**: Zamazenta-C can take Hydreigon's boosted hits and retaliate with Close Combat.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh can even take -> tank (avoiding repetition) a boosted Draco Meteor from Hydreigon and threaten to cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Status**: Toxic will quickly wear down Hydreigon in conjunction with Life Orb recoil while Thunder Wave completely incapacitates it.

**Tyranitar**: Tyranitar can stomach any of Hydreigon's hits and threaten to cripple it with a status move.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Lasen, 273339]]
- Quality checked by: [[Aberforth, 249382], [Fc, 511624]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1], [username2, userid2]]
 
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[Overview]

Hydreigon lands in Ubers as is a decent role compression choice, possessing some much appreciated resistances to common offensive typings ->types, (AC) such as Ghost, Water, and Fire, (AC) while also being immune to Psychic- and Ground-type attacks Psychic and Ground. In a pinch, it can provide the utility of either -> both Yveltal or -> and Eternatus while also checking Groudon. Hydreigon differentiates itself from offensive Eternatus through access to with Nasty Plot, making it a terrifying attacker with very few defensive answers. Sadly, Hydreigon can check multiple threats, but can never act as be a team's only answer to any of them the threats it checks because of its middling bulk, leading to it stacking weaknesses on teams and competing heavily with Eternatus, which is much more defensively stable. This means that Hydreigon commonly stacks weaknesses on teams while also competing for a teamslot with Eternatus. Hydreigon also needs the Special Attack boost to be able to wallbreak effectively lest it gets revenge killed as its bulk and Speed are mediocre, with the Life Orb recoil making it hard to find an opportunity to setup without losing a considerable amount of HP. Additionally, Hydreigon is very reliant on Nasty Plot to effectively wallbreak, and it struggles to safely set up because of its poor bulk, its mediocre Speed, and the recoil damage from Life Orb, making it easily revenge killed too. Lastly, because of Draco Meteor harshly dropping -> drops Hydreigon's Special Attack upon use, Hydreigon cannot repeatedly use its strongest attack and must thus rely on its teammates to clean up. Because of its general middling bulk but high damage output, Hydreigon fits best on hyper offense teams where it can help mitigate the inherent Choice Scarf Calyrex-S weakness the playstyle has.

[SET]
name: Life Orb
move 1: Nasty Plot
move 2: Draco Meteor
move 3: Dark Pulse
move 4: Flash Cannon / Roost
item: Life Orb
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Nasty Plot is an enabler so that -> enables Hydreigon can -> to (This makes the sentence a bit more succinct) muscle through the generally bulky Ubers metagame. Draco Meteor is Hydreigon's strongest move, allowing it to OHKO OHKOes bulky Kyogre, Yveltal, and Zarude after a boost. Dark Pulse hits Necrozma-DM and Calyrex-S while also providing the potential to OHKO Groudon after setting up. Flash Cannon allows Hydreigon to hit Xerneas and Tyranitar for super effective damage, two Pokemon that otherwise can switch into its STAB combination. Roost is an option on the final moveslot so that Hydreigon can better check Calyrex-S and mitigate Life Orb recoil, but it turns Hydreigon into a momentum sink due to its reliance on the move.

Because of its middling bulk but high damage output, Hydreigon fits best on hyper offense teams where it can help mitigate the Choice Scarf Calyrex-S weakness these teams have. Shuckle and Slurpuff can set up Sticky Web for Hydreigon, making it much harder to revenge kill and providing more setup opportunities for it set up. (not really following here how Sticky Web makes it easier to set up) Offensive Yveltal should double up with Hydreigon to better take on Calyrex-S while overwhelming their shared checks in Eternatus, Tyranitar, and Xerneas. Other strong wallbreakers that blow through the opponent's(apostrophe) special walls are appreciated. Examples of those include Marshadow and Mewtwo, both of which can effectively deal with Yveltal and Blissey. Dragon Dance Necrozma-DM can bait in and heavily damage (am guessing this is what you mean here?) Yveltal and check -> keep Eternatus in check (you use this same phrase in the next sentence, so changed to avoid repetition) for Hydreigon while also dealing with defensive Xerneas. In exchange, Hydreigon dissuades Calyrex-S from attempting to revenge kill Necrozma-DM while also keeping Kyogre in check.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
====

Dragon Pulse gives Hydreigon more chances to use its Dragon-type attacks but is considerably weaker, especially so without a boost. Fire Blast lets Hydreigon OHKO Ferrothorn and Zamazenta-C (remove comma) but provides little coverage otherwise. 52 SpD -> Special Defense EVs allow Hydreigon to survive 2 two Astral Barrages from Choice Scarf Calyrex-S after switching into Stealth Rock.

Checks and Counters
====

**Revenge Killers**: Marshadow, Eternatus, Choice Scarf Kyogre, and Galarian Darmanitan can all outspeed and threaten to OHKO Hydreigon. None of them can safely switch into it, though.

**Fairy-types and Fairy-type Coverage**: Xerneas resists both of Hydreigon's STAB moves and can revenge kill it if it's not boosted, with -> while Clefable can even being able to sometimes tank a boosted Flash Cannon. Focus Sash Calyrex-S can also OHKO it with Draining Kiss.

**Zamazenta-C**: Zamazenta-C can take Hydreigon's boosted hits and retaliate with Close Combat.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh can even take -> tank (avoiding repetition) a boosted Draco Meteor from Hydreigon and threaten to cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Status**: Toxic poison will quickly wear down Hydreigon in conjunction with Life Orb recoil,(comma) while Thunder Wave completely incapacitates it.

**Tyranitar**: Tyranitar can stomach any of Hydreigon's hits and threaten to cripple it with a status move.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Lasen, 273339]]
- Quality checked by: [[Aberforth, 249382], [Fc, 511624]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1], [username2, userid2]]

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:bw/hydreigon:

[Overview]

Hydreigon is a decent role compression choice, possessing some much appreciated resistances to common offensive types, such as Ghost, Water, and Fire, while also being immune to Psychic and Ground. In a pinch, it can provide the utility of both Yveltal and Eternatus while also checking Groudon. Hydreigon differentiates itself from offensive Eternatus with Nasty Plot, making it a terrifying attacker with very few defensive answers. Sadly, Hydreigon can never be a team's only answer to the threats it checks because of its middling bulk, leading to it stacking weaknesses on teams and competing heavily with Eternatus, which is much more defensively stable. Additionally, Hydreigon is very reliant on Nasty Plot to effectively wallbreak, and it struggles to safely set up because of its poor bulk, its mediocre Speed, and the recoil damage from Life Orb, making it easily revenge killed easy to revenge kill too. Lastly, because Draco Meteor harshly drops Hydreigon's Special Attack, Hydreigon cannot repeatedly use its strongest attack and must rely on its teammates to clean up.

[SET]
name: Life Orb
move 1: Nasty Plot
move 2: Draco Meteor
move 3: Dark Pulse
move 4: Flash Cannon / Roost
item: Life Orb
ability: Levitate
nature: Timid
evs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

Nasty Plot enables Hydreigon to muscle through the generally bulky Ubers metagame. Draco Meteor OHKOes bulky Kyogre, Yveltal, and Zarude after a boost. Dark Pulse hits Necrozma-DM and Calyrex-S while also providing the potential to OHKO Groudon after setting up.(you can also say "at +2" instead of "after setting up" if you want to be more specific) Flash Cannon allows Hydreigon to hit Xerneas and Tyranitar for super effective damage, two Pokemon that otherwise can switch into its STAB combination. Roost is an option on the final moveslot so that Hydreigon can to better check Calyrex-S and mitigate Life Orb recoil, but it turns Hydreigon into a momentum sink due to its reliance on the move.

Because of its middling bulk but high damage output, Hydreigon fits best on hyper offense teams where it can help mitigate the Choice Scarf Calyrex-S weakness these teams have. Shuckle and Slurpuff can set up Sticky Web for Hydreigon, making it much harder to revenge kill and providing more setup opportunities. Offensive Yveltal should double up with Hydreigon to better take on Calyrex-S while overwhelming their shared checks in Eternatus, Tyranitar, and Xerneas. Other strong wallbreakers that blow through the opponent's special walls are appreciated. Examples of those include Marshadow and Mewtwo, both of which can effectively deal with Yveltal and Blissey. Dragon Dance Necrozma-DM can bait in and heavily damage Yveltal and check Eternatus for Hydreigon while also dealing with defensive Xerneas. In exchange, Hydreigon dissuades Calyrex-S from attempting to revenge kill Necrozma-DM while also keeping Kyogre in check.

[STRATEGY COMMENTS]
Other Options
====

Dragon Pulse gives Hydreigon more chances to use its Dragon-type attacks but is considerably weaker, especially so without a boost. Fire Blast lets Hydreigon OHKO Ferrothorn and Zamazenta-C but provides little coverage otherwise. 52 Special Defense EVs allow Hydreigon to survive two Astral Barrages from Choice Scarf Calyrex-S after switching into Stealth Rock.

Checks and Counters
====

**Revenge Killers**: Marshadow, Eternatus, Choice Scarf Kyogre, and Galarian Darmanitan can all outspeed and threaten to OHKO Hydreigon. None of them can safely switch into it, though.

**Fairy-types and Fairy-type Coverage**: Xerneas resists both of Hydreigon's STAB moves and can revenge kill it if it's not boosted, while Clefable can even sometimes tank a boosted Flash Cannon. Focus Sash Calyrex-S can also OHKO it with Draining Kiss.

**Zamazenta-C**: Zamazenta-C can take Hydreigon's boosted hits and retaliate with Close Combat.

**Ho-Oh**: Ho-Oh can tank a boosted Draco Meteor from Hydreigon and threaten to cripple it with Thunder Wave.

**Status**: Toxic poison will quickly wear down Hydreigon in conjunction with Life Orb recoil, while Thunder Wave completely incapacitates it.

**Tyranitar**: Tyranitar can stomach any of Hydreigon's hits and threaten to cripple it with a status move.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Lasen, 273339]]
- Quality checked by: [[Aberforth, 249382], [Fc, 511624]]
- Grammar checked by: [[Rabia, 336073], [username2, userid2]]
GP 2/2. [DC, 449990]
 
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