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Decidueye: KeeganSkymin4444, Yung Dramps, Ticktock
Incineroar: Spiderpig2398, Ticktock, AquaticPanic
Primarina: AquaticPanic, Samtendo09
Raichu: Samtendo09, Cookie Butter, KeeganSkymin4444
 
Decidueye: KeeganSkymin4444, Ticktock, Yung Dramps
Incineroar :AquaticPanic, Spiderpig2398, Ticktock,
Primarina: Yung Dramps , Samtendo09
Raichu: Samtendo09, Cookie Butter, KeeganSkymin4444
 

Cookie Butter

formerly the someone
is a Pre-Contributor
Voting has ended. Here are our winners.
Pokemon Being Impersonated: Decidueye
Impersonator: Cufant
Stats: 116/128/79/64/79/64
Type: Grass/Steel
Abilities: Overgrow/Long Reach
Move Changes:
Spirit Shackle -> Nail Down
- Type: Steel
- Classification: Physical
Sinister Arrow Raid -> Rapid-fire Nail Rain
Overview: Power Whip plus Nail Down plus Ground coverage gives you pretty much all you need to succeed. You don’t have any recovery apart from Rest, so you’ll probably just want a good amount of coverage to take down your foes. Grass/Steel is also a really good defensive typing, so you can make use of it to tank some hits, possibly via Assault Vest.

Hitmonchan as Incineroar
Stats:
58 HP / 122 Atk / 92 Def / 41 SpAtk / 128 SpDef / 89 Speed (530 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Blaze (Intimidate)
Move Changes: Corner Clothesline (Fighting, Physical) -> Corkscrew Uppercut (Fighting, Physical)
Overview: Backed by a buffed statline and Intimidate, Hitmonchan's back and more menacing than ever. A solid physical all 'rounder held back by its lacking HP. A Clothesline is also a wrestling move that's commonly known to be mistaken for a Lariat, so the replacement was kinda funny and I said "screw it, it fits since this is kind of like a knock off of incineroar". A Clothesline also retains the wrestling aspect of Incineroar, while getting an uppercut as the Z-Move comes from the boxing aspect of Hitmonchan.

Criticize me all you want about how this is sort of giving people another Fire/Fighting starter, but it gives Hitmonchan a slightly different niche than a Scrafty sub for something else with Intimidate would. Fire also renders it immune to crippling burns.
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Primarina
Impersonator: Ribombee
Stats: 69 / 62 / 68 / 109 / 80 / 142 (530 BST)
Type: Water / Fairy
Abilities: Torrent / Liquid Voice
Move Changes: Sweet Melody (Water, Special, target is cured of Infestation), Recite The Bee Movie Script (Water Type, Special)
Overview: Fast as hell with nice hp and access to Quiver Dance. Bug Buzz is its main Water stab on Liquid Voice sets, while Sweet Melody is there for Torrent sets. Main attractive here is its high Speed, allowing to have support options such as hazard control or screen setter, while not being passive with 109 Sp Attack
:archeops: > :raichu: + :raichu-alola:
Archeops as Raichu (Archeops-Raichu)
Pokemon Being Impersonated: RaichuImpersonator: ArcheopsStats: 64 / 120 / 55 / 96 / 55 / 95 (485 BST)Stats (Alolan): 64 / 115 / 50 / 101 / 60 / 95 (485 BST)Type: Electric / Flying (Type unchanged for Alolan)Abilities: Static / Lightning Rod (Surge Surfer for Alolan; unchanged)Move Changes: Volt Tackle unchanged. Stoked Volt Surfer (Electric, Physical variant of Stoked Sparksurver, required Volt Tackle)Overview: Choice Scarf or Choice Band revenge killer or wallbreaker with STAB Volt Tackle and various coverage. It can also fit into an Electric Terrain team with Electric Seed, Acrobatics and Surge Surger.​
Slate #2

Chansey offers a signature item (Lucky Punch), Eviolite compatibility and 450 BST.
Marowak offers a signature item (Thick Club), three signature moves (Bone Club, Bonemerang, Bone Rush), an Alolan form (optional Fire- or Ghost-type) which has a signature move (Shadow Bone), and 425 BST.
Sirfetch'd offers a signature item (Leek), a signature move (Meteor Assault), and 507 BST.
Ditto offers two signature items (Metal Powder and Quick Powder) and 288 BST.

Lastly, since Blissey gets nothing unique, if you replace Chansey with a NFE, Blissey will automatically be replaced by the evolution. This isn't required for Chansey to get Eviolite compatibility.
 

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Galarian Corsola as Chansey
Stats:
66 HP / 60 Atk / 110 Def / 72 SpAtk / 110 SpDef / 32 Speed (450 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Natural Cure/Serene Grace/Healer
Items: Eviolite, Lucky Punch
Overview: Hey what's better than one eviolite user, two eviolite users. Now before someone whines and cries about how this is too OP and that I should be executed for even thinking about doing this, calm down. Yes its defenses are jacked but its health is still fairly low, and all it can really do is stall. Another thing to consider with this thing is the lack of soft boiled and toxic. As good as strength sap is for recovery , the more you use it on the same pokemon the more diminished your returns get. On top of that the lack of toxic leaves it will WoW as the main stall which has the fixed damage, but its own set of benefits, namely crippling physical attackers even more.

Cursola as Blissey
Stats:
64 HP / 100 Atk / 52 Def / 154 SpAtk / 138 SpDef / 32 Speed (450 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Natural Cure/Serene Grace/Healer
Overview: At first you might look at this thing and go, "Wow look at that special attack stat", only to realize that it is not worth your time at all. It has less HP than it's prevo and has the same speed. Your second thought might be, "But what about trick room, it'd do great there.", yeah but currently no one has access to trick room, not even this thing. Its slow speed combined with its bad physical defense means that you're gonna be lucky to even get a hit off of this thing before it dies the next turn. For now don't bother with this thing at all.



Drakloak as Marowak and Marowak-A
Stats:
70 HP / 83 Atk / 52 Def / 62 SpAtk / 52 SpDef / 106 Speed (425 BST)
Type (Normal):

Type (Alolan):

Abilities (Normal):
Rock Head / Lightning Rod (Battle Armor)
Abilities (Alolan): Cursed Body / Lightning Rod (Rock Head)
Item Changes: None
Move Changes: Flaming Bone: It's just fire type shadow bone and the kind of bone I like
Overview: Alright so this thing is weird. First of all the lack of physical stab moves is negated due to the fact that the signature moves from each form actually give it something to work with. On top of that it can use U-Turn to allow it to be an offensive pivot of sorts. Like the things its impersonating you're only gonna use this thing with my big grithy thick club so that base 83 attack stat isn't to bad. As for why not keep ghost type, knock off. Knock off is this thing's biggest enemy and well it would suck even more if it straight up died to it.


Doublade as Sirfetch'd
Stats:
67 HP / 125 Atk / 170 Def / 50 SpAtk / 55 SpDef / 40 Speed (507 BST)
Type:

Abilities:
Steadfast (Scrappy)
Move Changes: Meteor Assault becomes Regal Savagery |Fighting Type| Physical| 130 Power| 8 Max PP| Lowers the user's defense by two stages when used|
Item Changes: None
Overview: Okay so let's get this out of the way, thank god this thing doesn't have access to eviolite. For fucks sake that defense is ridiculous. The good news is, that it doesn't have access to toxic, WoW, or any recovery moves. The bad news is that this thing has decent attack stat of 125 and some pretty potent attacks to go with it. In addition it can crit hard thanks to its over-sized leak of doom. The gimmick with this is that overtime it will become more and more frail to the point where any attack should do it in via Regal Savagery or Close Combat. Also it has only 40 speed and 55 special defense, which turns it into a sitting duck.


Smeargle as Ditto
Stats:
66 HP / 23 Atk / 40 Def / 23 SpAtk / 51 SpDef / 87 Speed (288 BST)
Type:

Abilities:
Limber (Imposter)
Item Changes: None
Overview: Okay so uhh this is just a better smeargle. I wanted to create some gimmicky novelty with like the pokemon who knows every move plus the pokemon who is every pokemon but instead I got this. This is actually somewhat usable outside of Imposter by way of quick powder. Having its one good stat doubled and giving it access to spore should shut most sweepers down. To put it in perspective its speed with quick powder is pretty close to SR Excadrill's in sand, and it needs a sand setter to be that fast. Fucking Smitto over here just grabs his coke and runs damn quick while putting motherfuckers to sleep.
 
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Golisopod as Marowak and Marowak-A
Stats:
60 HP / 100 Atk / 112 Def / 48 SpAtk / 73 SpDef / 32 Speed (425 BST)
Type (Normal):
/

Type (Alolan):
/

Abilities (Normal): Rock Head / Lightning Rod (Battle Armor)
Abilities (Alolan): Cursed Body / Lightning Rod (Rock Head)
Item Changes: None
Move Changes: None
Overview: Golisopod's 100 attack backed by the Thick Club is nasty when you realize it gets STAB First Impression to open a match, and Aqua Jet for priority coverage besides Sucker Punch. It's also high enough to function unboosted (albeit barely) if you'd rather use an Assault Vest or some other item. Whether regular or Alolan is better really comes down to preference, since regular Goliso does still get Ground STAB in the form of... Drill Run? Huh, I didn't know that before typing this up.


Beedrill as Sirfetch'd
Stats
: 83 HP / 116 Atk / 51 Def / 57 SpAtk / 103 SpDef / 97 Speed (507 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Steadfast (Scrappy)
Item Changes: None
Move Changes: None
Overview: Beedrill with Sirfetch'd stats is... Surprisingly tolerable. X-Scissor (it's crit city with the Leek) and Brick Break are reliable STAB moves, Meteor Assault can still be a pretty good nuke if you need it to be. Not as good as Sirfetch'd would be, but now it can take hits on the special side and actually moves decently fast! Just... watch out for the eventual flying type sub.

And now... Something that technically functions without Impostor, but by all logic, it really shouldn't.


Eternatus-EMax as Ditto
Stats
: 66 HP / 29 Atk / 64 Def / 32 SpAtk / 64 SpDef / 33 Speed (288 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Limber (Impostor)
Item Changes: None
Overview: On one hand, I coud have submitted Chansey here. On the other hand, with such low scaled stats, Chansey would still have annoyingly high HP at 160. So let's, uh, not do that, and instead submit the biggest boy ever. Eternatus-EMax here still keeps Ditto's powerful counter to the transforming gimmick of having relatively low HP, which is really the only stat that matters because lol not using scarf impostor on pokemon with a 288 bst stat total

...But if you're really intent on using it without Impostor, I guess it can be some kind of physical wall? Metal Powder is passable with its Base 64 Defense, although undermined a bit by lackluster 66 HP, and innate Toxic and Recover lets it at least lets it try to do something before keeling over. Good luck doing any non-Toxic damage without Dragon Dancing like 5 times or getting a lucky burn off Flamethrower, though. Don't even try to bother with any other item for unshifted. Metal Powder is the only thing that lets unshifted function at all.
 
:perrserker: > :sirfetch
Perrserker as Sirfetch'd (Perrserker-Sirfetch'd)
Stats: 80 / 127 / 116 / 57 / 70 / 57 (507 BST)
Type: Fighting / Steel
Abilities: Steadfast | Scrappy
Move Changes: Meteor Assault is called Viking Assault; other properties unchanged.
Item Changes: Leek is called Dented Leek; other properties unchanged.
Overview: While having less Attack than Sirfetch'd and is a bit slower (although it benefit from Gyro Ball), Perrserker-Sirfetch'd have better physical bulk and better defensive Typing in the form of Fighting / Steel. Perrserker benefits from having a rather impressive physical learnset, with Seed Bomb and Play Rough being effective on Ground and enemy Fighting-type, respectively. It got Scrappy to let it's Close Combat to deal neutral damage on Ghost-type, thusly discouraging Ghost-type switching in unless they have a Fighting resistance. U-Turn also helps for slow pivoting. Night Slash can be used with Dented Leek if Fighting-resisting Ghost-types are a concern.

:dottler: > :chansey:
Dottler as Chansey (Dottler-Chansey)
Stats: 67 / 47 / 108 / 67 / 121 / 40 (450 BST)
Type: Normal / Psychic
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace | Healer
Item Changes: Lucky Punch is called Lucky Shell; other properties unchanged. Can use Eviolite.
Overview: One annoying wall with Eviolite compatibility to compensate having only one resistance and immunity. Light Screen, Reflect, and Sticky Web/Trick Room will help out allies, while being able to heal itself with Recover. It isn't so passive thanks to Body Press, especially when using Iron Defense, which greatly discourage Dark-type and Steel-type to switch in. Other than that move, it is still passive and loses much of it's valuable bulk if Knock Off is used on it.

:orbeetle: > :blissey:
Orbeetle as Blissey (Orbeetle-Blissey)
Stats: 65 / 48 / 117 / 85 / 128 / 97 (540 BST)
Type: Normal / Psychic
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace | Healer
Overview: It's not as bulky as Eviolite Dottler-Chansey, but it compensates with better speed, meaning that it can set up Reflect and/or Light Screen and Sticky Web faster than Dottler-Chansey, who needs Trick Room to even set up either of these. While still passive, it still have Body Press to pressure on Dark-type and other Fighting-weak would-be wallbreakers.​
 

Yung Dramps

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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Wooper
Stats: 117 / 97 / 97 / 53 / 53 / 33 (450 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Natural Cure, Serene Grace, Healer
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Just a full-on wall. SpDef and Speed leave much to be desired, but other than that it has a cool type and massive physical bulk.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Quagsire
Stats: 120 / 107 / 107 / 81 / 81 / 44 (540 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Natural Cure, Serene Grace, Healer
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Unlike in standard, Quagsire-Blissey is not totally outclassed by Wooper-Chansey thanks to an alternate type and stats making it a better tank rather than an outright wall. Significantly improved natural Special Defense and Natural Cure being able to be used to heal off attack-reducing Burns also give it an edge over Wooper.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Marowak
Impersonator: Kirlia
Stats: 58 / 53 / 53 / 100 / 85 / 76 (425 BST)
Type:
/
(
/
in Alolan form)
Abilities: Rock Head, Lightning Rod, Battle Armor (Cursed Body, Lightning Rod, Rock Head in Alolan form)
Move/Item Changes: Thick Skirt (Doubles Special Attack), Bone Bop (65 BP, Ground, Special), Bone Ballet (50 BP, Ground, Special), Bone Flamenco (25 BP, Ground, Special), Ghost Dance (Ghost, Special, 20% chance to lower Special Defense)
Overview: You're probably wondering: Why double Special Defense instead of Special Attack? Firstly because filling a Pet Mod with yet another item-abusing wallbreaker is zzzz as shit and secondly because Special Defense is Kirlia's second highest stat much like how one of Marowak's 2nd highest stats is Attack. With that out of the way both forms of Kirlia-Marowak are tough-to-crack special walls with a slew of support tools such as Wish, Will-O-Wisp, Teleport, Encore and more. Both forms have types that are excellent in their own ways, making them just about equally viable. However their Achilles' heel is definitely their horrid physical bulk with no way to patch it up unless you want to try to invest in it which detracts from your main purpose of special walling. There's also the issue of Knock Off to worry about, but if you play well you shouldn't have this thing in front of a physical attacker or potential Knocker anyway. Nvm just click moves that kill butt I guess


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sirfetch'd
Impersonator: Drampa
Stats: 82 / 62 / 88 / 142 / 95 / 38 (507 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Steadfast, Scrappy
Move Changes: Meteor Blast (Fighting, Special)
Overview: I had to break the "walls-only" theme I was initially going for with these subs to make this but fuck it, click your STABs.
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Ditto
Impersonator: Wurmple
Stats: 67 / 66 / 51 / 30 / 44 / 30 (288 BST)
Type: Bug
Abilities: Limber / Imposter
Overview: Its ditto with slightly more hp. There's literally nothing else that you could do with it. 67 is a good HP for a imposter mon on this meta, and I picked wurmple because honestly its just kid of really funny to me


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Larvesta
Stats: 69 / 106 / 69 / 62 / 69 / 75 (450 BST)
Type: Bug / Fire
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Overview: It has nice bulk along with Eviolite. Morning Sun can keep it healthy and WoW can burn foes. 106 attack adimitedly isn't much but makes it not be passive. Walls Cufant lacking Rock Slide and Hitmonchan lacking Stone Edge.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Volcarona
Stats: 83 / 58 / 63 / 133 / 104 / 99 (540 BST)
Type: Bug / Fire
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Overview: Slightly weaker Volcarona, but has a great ability in Serene Grace, which couples wonderfully with Fiery Dance. It destroys Cufant and outspeeds Archeops, but has to carry Psychic to beat Hitmonchan and really fears Ribombee
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Marowak
Impersonator: Kirlia
Stats: 58 / 53 / 53 / 100 / 85 / 76 (425 BST)
Type:
/
(
/
in Alolan form)
Abilities: Rock Head, Lightning Rod, Battle Armor (Cursed Body, Lightning Rod, Rock Head in Alolan form)
Move/Item Changes: Thick Skirt (Doubles Special Defense), Bone Bop (65 BP, Ground, Special), Bone Ballet (50 BP, Ground, Special), Bone Flamenco (25 BP, Ground, Special), Ghost Dance (Ghost, Special, 20% chance to lower Special Defense)
Overview: You're probably wondering: Why double Special Defense instead of Special Attack? Firstly because filling a Pet Mod with yet another item-abusing wallbreaker is zzzz as shit and secondly because Special Defense is Kirlia's second highest stat much like how one of Marowak's 2nd highest stats is Attack. With that out of the way both forms of Kirlia-Marowak are tough-to-crack special walls with a slew of support tools such as Wish, Will-O-Wisp, Teleport, Encore and more. Both forms have types that are excellent in their own ways, making them just about equally viable. However their Achilles' heel is definitely their horrid physical bulk with no way to patch it up unless you want to try to invest in it which detracts from your main purpose of special walling. There's also the issue of Knock Off to worry about, but if you play well you shouldn't have this thing in front of a physical attacker or potential Knocker anyway.
Unfortunately, it’s not possible to change the stat Thick Club affects, since it’s not type related.
 

Yung Dramps

awesome gaming
is a Pre-Contributor
Unfortunately, it’s not possible to change the stat Thick Club affects, since it’s not type related.
While the OP doesn't give specific rules for changing signature item effects it also doesn't say changes to signature elements have to be type-based (as an example it says changing the stat Pure Power doubles is fine). I figure the Thick Club change is fine based on that example. Cookie Butter mind weighing in?
 

Cookie Butter

formerly the someone
is a Pre-Contributor
While the OP doesn't give specific rules for changing signature item effects it also doesn't say changes to signature elements have to be type-based (as an example it says changing the stat Pure Power doubles is fine). I figure the Thick Club change is fine based on that example. Cookie Butter mind weighing in?
Oh yeah I did say that in the OP. Keegan asked me before correcting but I had a derp moment.
The reason I wouldn't approve of it is because changing from Attack to SpD doesn't fall under category change. Physical to Special is changing between Attack and Special Attack, so you could do that, but changing it to Special Defense would be beyond that.
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Yamask
Stats: 55 HP / 45 Atk / 126 Def / 82 SpA / 97 SpD / 45 Spe (450 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Move Changes: N/A
Overview: Very bulky with Eviolite-boosted 55 / 126 / 97 defenses while being able to set up with Nasty Plot.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Cofagrigus
Stats: 65 HP / 56 Atk / 162 Def / 106 SpA / 117 SpD / 34 Spe (540 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Move Changes: N/A
Overview: Has solid bulk without Eviolite and higher Special Attack than its prevo, but its main difference is Body Press coming off its base 162 Defense.


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/

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Marowak
Impersonator: Staraptor
Stats: 74 HP / 105 Atk / 61 Def / 44 SpA / 53 SpD / 88 Spe (425 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Rock Head / Lightningrod / Battle Armor
Move Changes: none
Overview: STAB Bonemerang and Rock Head Brave Bird make this Staraptor a formidable physical wallbreaker with Thick Club. Close Combat provides an option against airborne Steel-types.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Marowak-Alola
Impersonator: Staraptor
Stats: 74 HP / 105 Atk / 61 Def / 44 SpA / 53 SpD / 88 Spe (425 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Cursed Body / Lightningrod / Rock Head
Move Changes: Shadow Bone -> Blazing Bone (
)
Overview: STAB Rock Head Brave Bird still hits hard, gains a useful Fire STAB in Blazing Bone. Alternatively, Lightningrod can be used to remove its Electric weakness.


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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sirfetch'd
Impersonator: Trevenant
Stats: 91 HP / 118 Atk / 81 Def / 69 SpA / 88 SpD / 60 Spe (507 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Steadfast / Scrappy
Move Changes: none
Overview: Leek gives Shadow Claw a 50% crit chance, its strongest Fighting STAB is Drain Punch which goes well with Scrappy and provides some recovery. It also gets Sucker Punch for priority.


->

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Ditto
Impersonator: Munna
Stats: 75 HP / 25 Atk / 44 Def / 66 SpA / 54 SpD / 24 Spe (288 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Limber / Imposter
Move Changes: N/A
Overview: Imposter with base 75 HP.
 
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Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Doublade
Type: Normal/Ghost
Stats: 59/111/151/45/49/35 (450)
Abilities: Natural Cure, Serene Grace, Healer
Compatible Items: Lucky Blade (This impersonator gets +2 critrate upon holding this item.
Role Identification: Make Chansey physically defensive instead and and swap out the Fighting weakness for a Dark weakness, with the former type (plus Normal itself) becoming an immunity. Blam.

Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Aegislash
Type: Normal/Ghost
Stats: 65/54/151/54/151/65 (540)
Abilities: Natural Cure, Serene Grace, Healer
Role Identification: You're a Normal/Ghost Pex now. Lack of Eviolite compatibility and the inability to go on the offense sucks, but now you actually have Special bulk-Lots of it, in fact-and your physical bulk matches. Natural Cure, for starters, invalidates whatever Toxic status it has on itself once it switches out.
 
Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Wingull
Stats: 66/50/50/92/50/142
Type: Water / Flying
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Item Changes: Lucky Feather
Overview: Wingull is a great special revenge killer, able to use Choice Specs or Lucky Feather to great effect. However, its most viable Water-type STAB is Scald, which is unfortunate.

Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Pelipper
Stats: 74/61/123/117/86/80
Type: Water / Flying
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Overview: Pelipper is a physical wall, able to support the team with Scald burns and Knock Off, as well pivot with U-Turn. Its defensive typing leaves much to be desired, however.

Impersonated: Marowak, Marowak-A
Impersonator: Clefairy
Stats: 92/59/63/79/86/46
Type: Fairy / Ground (Fairy / Fire)
Abilities: Rock Head / Lightning Rod / Battle Armor (Cursed Body / Lightning Rod / Rock Head)
Move Changes:
Moon Rush: Ground | Special | 25 BP | 10 - 16 PP | 90% Acc | Hits 2-5 times.
Bone Shot: Ground | Special | 65 BP | 25 - 32 PP | 85% Acc | 10% to flinch the target.
Bone Blast: Ground | Special | 50 BP | 10 - 16 PP | 90% Acc | Hits twice.
Bursting Bone: Fire | Special | 85 BP | 10 -16 PP | 100% Acc | 20% chance to lower the target's Special Attack by 1 stage.
Item Changes: Moonstone Club: This Pokemon's Special Defense is 2x.
Overview: Clefairy is a very bulky special wall that can provide utility with Stealth Rock. Its offensive presence is somewhat helped by its good offensive typing, but this also means that it has an awkward defensive typing.

Impersonated: Sirfetch'd
Impersonator: Arrokuda
Stats: 74/114/72/72/54/120
Type: Water / Fighting
Abilities: Steadfast / Scrappy
Overview: Arrokuda is an effective physical wallbreaker due to STAB Scrappy Close Combats and good coverage to boot. Checked somewhat by Ribombee.

Impersonated: Ditto
Impersonator: Excadrill
Stats: 62/77/34/28/37/50
Type: Ground / Steel
Abilities: Limber / Imposter
Overview: Bulkier Ditto that takes less from Stealth Rock and is immune to Toxic Spikes. Other than that, it could run some janky Quick Powder suicide lead set with Stealth Rock / Rapid Spin / Iron Head / Steel Beam.
 
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Ooh, this mod sounds lit!

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Mareanie
Type:
/

Stats: 74 / 78 / 92 / 63 / 77 / 66 (450 BST)
Abilities: Natural Cure / Serene Grace / Healer
Item Changes: Lucky Punch is now called Unlucky Spike
Description: This pokemon may seem medicore at first, until you realize its perks. For instance, Eviolite allows its mediocre defenses to rise to great levels, even higher than Toxapex's, allowing it to take hits from certain physical attackers like Cufant. Its typing also lets it deal with Fairy-types like Ribombee, along with Incineroar. It also boasts some excellent utility moves in Toxic Spikes, Haze, and Scald, along with reliable recovery. Lastly, Natural Cure allows it to shrug off status by switching out. However, it is very passive due to its low attack stats and low speed. Its typing also leaves it weak to Ground and Psychic-types, along with Knock Off. Overall, Chansey-Mareanie is a decent choice in OU.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Toxapex
Type:
/

Stats: 55 / 69 / 166 / 57 / 154 / 38 (540 BST)
Abilities: Same as above
Description: Yeah, I don't really see a use for this considering Chansey-Mareanie not only has the exact same typing and abilities but also higher HP, access to Eviolite (which makes its defenses reach almost the same level as this poke's), higher speed so it can't be Taunted easily and even higher offenses! The only advantage this has is being able to hold Leftovers so it's not as weak to Knock Off but overall, Mareanie is the better option.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sirfetch'd
Impersonator: Crawdaunt
Type:
/

Stats: 68 / 130 / 92 / 97 / 60 / 60 (507 BST)
Abilities: Steadfast / Scrappy
Item Change: Leek is now called Pincer
Description: A very powerful wallbreaker due to an amazing 130 base attack stat with unblockable Close Combats to boot. It even offers a form of priority to pick off weakened foes, and two setup options as well! Knock Off gets rid of many pokemon that would otherwise force it out. However, it is completely walled by Ribombee and revenge killed by Archeops, and its defenses and speed are trash.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Ditto
Impersonator: Drifloon
Type:
/

Stats: 75 / 41 / 28 / 50 / 36 / 58 (288 BST)
Abilities: Limber / Imposter
Description: Oh my god! A Ditto with 75 HP, an excellent typing, and decent speed for a Choice Scarf! What have I done?! Maybe some Choice Scarfers can check it but until then, you better watch out!
:sm/marowak: / :sm/marowak-alola: :ss/rhydon:
Pokemon Being Impersonated: Marowak(-Alola)
Impersonator: Rhydon
Type:
/
(
/
)
Stats: 93 / 114 / 105 / 39 / 39 / 35 (425 BST)
Abilities: Rock Head / Lightning Rod / Battle Armor (Cursed Body / Lightning Rod / Rock Head)
Description: Ooh boy, we have got some fine wallbreakers on our hands. That attack boosted by Thick Club reaches nuclear levels, along with heaps of coverage moves will crumble any physical wall dumb enough to stay in. Regular Rhydon checks Archeops, while Alolan Rhydon checks Hitmonchan. While that attack may make this thing unstoppable, regular Rhydon has 6 weaknesses, 2 of which are 4x effective, while Alolan Rhydon is extremely weak to Knock Off. Alongside that, their speeds and Special Defense are awful. Because of this, they are best used in Trick Room teams as a sweeper/wallbreaker but because no pokemon right now have access to it, you will just have to make the best of its extreme power.
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Chansey
Impersonator: Drilbur
Stats: 82/117/55/41/62/93
Type: Ground/Normal
Abilities: Natural Cure/Serene Grace/Healer
Overview: Essentially, this Pokemon is designed to abuse Drill Run with Lucky Punch. Rapid Spin (STAB, for what it’s worth) up once and break the foes down with powerful Drill Runs. You can also use Shadow Claw for Ghost coverage, which will also always crit, and you don’t have to worry about Burns thanks to Natural Cure.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blissey
Impersonator: Excadrill
Stats: 117/143/64/53/69/94
Type: Ground/Normal
Abilities: Natural Cure/Serene Grace/Healer
Overview: A slightly more powerful version of Excadrill, trading Mold Breaker and the Steel typing for slightly better stats and the ability to switch out to shrug off burns and poison. Alternatively, if you’re feeling like you want to flinch some people, you can run Iron Head and Rock Slide as coverage along with Serene Grace.
 
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Chansey/Blissey:
Depressed’s Corsola-Galar/Cursola
Samtendo09’s Dottler/Orbeetle
Yung Dramps’ Wooper/Quagsire
AquaticPanic’s Larvesta/Volcarona
Emergence’s Yamask/Cofagrigus
KirbyRider1337’s Doublade/Aegislash
Anaconja’s Wingull/Pelipper
Demon Dragon’s Mareanie/Toxapex
KeeganSkymin4444’s Drilbur/Excadrill

Marowak:
Depressed’s Drakloak
Spiderpig2398’s Golisopod
Yung Dramps’ Kirlia
Emergence’s Staraptor
Demon Dragon’s Rhydon
(Anaconja is disqualified due to illegal item change)

Sirfetch’d:
Spiderpig2398’s Beedrill
Samtendo09’s Perrserker
Yung Dramps’ Drampa
Emergence’s Trevenant
Anaconja’s Arrokuda
Demon Dragon’s Crawdaunt
(Depressed is disqualified due to illegal move change)

Ditto:
Depressed’s Smeargle
Spiderpig2398’s Eternatus-Eternamax
AquaticPanic’s Weedle
Emergence’s Munna
Anaconja’s Excadrill
Demon Dragon’s Drifloon
 
Chansey/Blissey: Demon Dragon, Anaconja, AquaticPanic
Marowak: Yung Dramps, Emergence, Demon Dragon
Sirfetch’d: Samtendo09, Anaconja, Demon Dragon
Ditto: Depressed Gay, Anaconja, Spiderpig2398
 

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Chansey/Blissey: Yung Dramps, Depressed Gay, Demon Dragon
Marowak: Depressed Gay, Spiderpig2398, Anaconja
Sirfetch’d: Anaconja, Yung Dramps, Demon Drgon
Ditto: Depressed Gay, Spiderpig2398, Demon Dragon
 
Chansey/Blissey: Emergence, Yung Dramps, AquaticPanic
Marowak: Demon Dragon, Spiderpig2398, Emergence
Sirfetch'd: Samtendo09, Demon Dragon, Anaconja
Ditto: Spiderpig2398, AquaticPanic, Demon Dragon
 

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