Pet Mod Impersonators

Cookie Butter

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Sorry for the delay. Here are our winners!

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

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.
:sm/marowak: / :sm/marowak-alola: :ss/rhydon:
Pokemon Being Impersonated: Marowak(-Alola)
Impersonator: Rhydon
Type:
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(
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)
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.
: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.
Somehow there were 3 ties (out of 4 submission options lol), but they were decided by which submission had the highest number of first-place votes.
Slate #3
Cherrim offers a signature ability (Flower Gift), a signature form (Sunshine) and 450 BST.
Minior offers a signature ability (Shields Down), a signature form (Core), and 440 BST that changes into 500 BST.
Mimikyu offers a signature Z-Move (Let's Snuggle Forever, 190 BP), a signature ability (Disguise), a signature form (Busted) and 476 BST.
Eiscue offersa signature ability (Ice Face), a signature form (Noice), and 470 BST.

Just a reminder that you can change the category of stats but no more than that (Cherrim's Flower Gift +1 Atk/+1 SpD can become +1 SpA/+1 SpD, but not +1 Def/+1 SpD or +1 Atk/+1 Spe). You can also change the weather required for activation of Flower Gift or Ice Face, but not change it into a terrain. Lastly, you can't change the names of the forms.
 

Yung Dramps

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How do stat changes for Eiscue and Minior's forms work? Do we have to keep them the same as vanilla or can we change them, if the latter to what extent?
 

Yung Dramps

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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Salandit
Stats: 72 / 65 / 60 / 105 / 60 / 114 (476 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Disguise
Move Changes: Let's Burn Forever (Fire, Special, runs off Fire Blast)
Overview: Nasty Plot sweeper. Has to rely on Hidden Power Ghost for Ghost STAB though, which is a bummer.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Cherrim
Impersonator: Frillish
Stats: 74 / 53 / 68 / 87 / 115 / 53 (450 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Lilypad Gift (1.5x Special Attack and Defense to user and allies in Rain)
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Another wall! This one benefits from rain and can form a solid defensive core with Wooper-Chansey.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Baltoy
Stats:
Base: 63 / 63 / 87 / 63 / 110 / 87 (470 BST)
Noice: 63 / 63 / 47 / 63 / 70 / 167 (470 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Ice Face
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: The format's definitive suicide lead. Can't really take hits or deal them out that well outside of Explosion, but that's not what you need it for: Just get that first hazard up, take a hit, then blaze past everything and either set even more hazards or explode.

:ss/minior-meteor: :ss/minior: :ss/crabrawler:
Pokemon Being Impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Crabrawler
Stats:
Meteor: 71 / 84 / 121 / 71 / 61 / 32 (440 BST)
Base: 71 / 121 / 84 / 61 / 71 / 92 (500 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Gloves Off (Same effect as Shields Down)
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Set up in Meteor kill when transformed
 
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Deleted member 503163

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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Cherrim
Impersonator: Pichu
Stats: 44 / 87 / 33 / 77 / 77 / 132 (450 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Lighting Gift(1.5x Special Attack and Defense to user and allies in Rain)
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: I hate Cherrim. I decided to turn Cherrim into a powerful choice band user out of rain, and a special sweeper in rain, so that way it can function outside of weather and have it's own niche. Of course you could use it as a set up sweeper with nasty plot. However it's main grass stab is gonna be grass knot, so uhh yeah make of that what you will.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Rotom-Fan
Stats:
Shields Up:45 / 55 / 90 / 88 / 90 / 72 (440 BST)
Shields Down:45 / 90 / 55 / 90 / 88 / 132 (500 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Shields Down
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Uhh this is a thing I guess. It'd play similarly to current minior, but moreso relying on nasty plot to set up. Get a good few nasty plots up before using thunderbolt and air slash to fuck with people. You can get out of dodge with volt switch, and use hyper voice/shadow ball because your movepool isn't too wide.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Galarian Darmanitan
Stats:
Ice Face:103 / 139 / 54 / 30 / 54 / 90 (470 BST)
Noice Face:103 / 139 / 25 / 30 / 25 / 170 (470 BST)
Type:New Types:

Abilities: Ice Face
Move Changes: n/a
Overview:
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, NOPE!



Pokemon Being Impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Piloswine
Stats:
Ice Face:105 / 105 / 83 / 62 / 62 / 53 (470 BST)
Noice Face:105 / 105 / 43 / 62 / 22 / 133 (470 BST)
Type:New Types:
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Abilities: Ice Face
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Oh boy another choice band user, this is my second one. The ability is the same but really just switch into a physical attack you're predicting before you go to town with earthquakes, icicle crashes, and two other moves of your choice.



Pokemon being impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Cufant
Stats: 104 / 116 / 71 / 57 / 71 / 57 (476 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Disguise
Move Changes: None
Overview: After messing around with this I decided to go with Cufant. The cute little elephant now has a sheet over it. However it would have a similar role as regular copperajah has in the current meta, but you know better since it can at least take a hit. However Cufant would probably become a curse user to set up and sweep. Also having one of the defensive typings in the game helps its longevity.
 
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:ss/mimikyu: :ss/mimikyu-busted: :ss/donphan:
Pokemon being impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Donphan
Stats: 86 / 114 / 114 / 57 / 57 / 48 (476 BST)
Type:
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/
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Abilities: Disguise
Move Changes: Let's Dig Forever (Ground, Physical)
Overview: A bulky offensive Pokemon used as a Stealth Rocker and a Rapid Spinner. Disguise also prevents this Pokemon from being knocked out before setting up rocks and can gain a speed boost with Rapid Spin to hit more effectively. However, if Disguise is worn off, Donphan must be wary of its mediocre special bulk. It also has a unique Ground/Fairy typing that can check many things. Even though Donphan does not get Swords Dance like Mimikyu does, its powerful Z-move can still hit very hard.

:ss/minior-meteor: :ss/minior: :ss/sceptile:
Pokemon being impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Sceptile
Stats:
Base:
66 / 80 / 62 / 99 / 80 / 113 (500 BST)
Meteor: 58 / 71 / 53 / 87 / 71 / 100 (440 BST)
Type:
Grass.png
/
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Abilities: Shields Down
Move Changes: None
Overview: Sceptile is an interesting wallbreaker, and a set-up sweeper at that with Swords Dance and a new Grass/Flying typing, giving it Acrobatics STAB. Meteor is a weaker version of Base Sceptile, so make sure you can use it wisely. Also, be aware of ice moves, as Sceptile becomes 4x weak to them. Thanks to its wide movepool, Sceptile is a mixed wallbreaker.

:ss/eiscue: :ss/eiscue-noice: :ss/snorlax:
Pokemon being impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Snorlax
Stats:
Base:
140 / 96 / 56 / 56 / 96 / 26 (470 BST)
Noice: 140 / 96 / 16 / 56 / 56 / 106 (470 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Bear Face (Same as Ice Face)
Move Changes: None
Overview: Our hero, Snorlax, joins in on the fun. Snorlax is a bulky but slow Pokemon in its base form, but later becomes a fast threatening sweeper with Belly Drum with its noice form. However, Snorlax becomes very vulnerable to special and especially physical moves. Thankfully, Snorlax only has one weakness to Fighting and has a Ghost immunity.

:ss/cherrim: :ss/cherrim-sunshine::ss/charizard:
Pokemon being impersonated: Cherrim
Impersonator: Charizard
Stats: 66 / 71 / 66 / 92 / 72 / 83 (450 BST)
Type:
Fire.png
/
Grass.png

Abilities: Flare Gift (1.5x special attack and defense to user and allies in sun)
Move Changes: None
Overview: The Pokemon who we all know, Charizard, flares up the competition. Charizard is a great sun abuser with another unique typing in Fire/Grass and Solar Beam STAB to effectively hit water types harder. The most notable thing of Charizard is Flare Gift, which gives Charizard and its allies a free Calm Mind in the sun. You can run a variety of items, from Choice Specs for maximum power, Life Orb for extra-boosted power without being locked into a move and Heavy Duty Boots if you want to be immune to hazards.
 
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Pokemon being impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Shiinotic
Stats: 69 / 52 / 93 / 105 / 116 / 35 ---> 69 / 52 / 53 / 105 / 76 / 115
Type: Grass / Fairy
Abilities: Ice Fungi (Ice Face but activates in Sun instead)
Overview: A designated Sun sweeper. The free turn of immunity allows it to either set up stats (If under sun, Growth) or Spore. Outside of sun its decently fast with serviceable Sp Attack, and can make use of its high speed to set Spores. But under sun is where it gets a lot better, with Solar Beam stab, Weather Ball coverage and the ability to set up better with Growth
 
:litwick: >

Litwick as Cherrim (Litwick-Cherrim)
Base Stats: 81 / 49 / 90 / 106 / 90 / 32 [BST: 450]
Type:

Ability: Fiery Flower (1.5x Special Defense and Special Attack when Sun is active.)
Overview: Outside of the sun, it isn't too special with below average bulk and very slow Speed, but once active in the sun, it become a Special Tank, which can further augment with Calm Mind. It can also patch it's weaker Defense by throwing Will-o-Wisp into unsuspecting switch-ins. Under the sun, it allows for Solar Beam STAB and even use Memento to both power-down a threat and to allow maintaining momentum.

:mankey: > :minior: :minior-meteor:
Mankey as Minior (Mankey-Minior)
Types:

Base Stats: 66 / 132 / 57 / 57 / 73 / 115 [BST: 500]
Meteor Stats: 66 / 57 / 132 / 73 / 57 / 65 [BST: 440]
Abilites: Shields Down (No changed properties.)
Overview: Very frail under Core form, but the Meteor Form allows it to tank at least a hit while setting up. Only Acrobatics really works as Flying STAB, but you also got impressive coverage, and the core form have a powerful 132 Attack and helpful 115 Speed at the cost of being very frail. On the other hand, it's Defense as Meteor form is also helpful to tank a physical hit.

:butterfree: > :mimikyu:
Types:

Stats: 72 / 54 / 60 / 109 / 97 / 84 [BST: 476]
Abilites: Disguise (No changed properties.)
Move Changes: Let's Bugger Forever (Bug-type Let's Snuggle Forever, remains Special.)
Overview: It retain a Stealth Rock weakness and is now vulnerable to other statuses, but now cannot be trapped in any way. Quiver Dance combined with Disguise allows for a guaranteed and perfectly safe set up (unless if the opposing Pokémon could have Mold Breaker or variant, then don't risk it), but by itself, it isn't powerful and isn't even fast, which means that a set-up become a necessity. And if it's Disguise is busted, it can't safely set up once phazed away.

Not doing one for Eiscue; I can't think of an idea without completely clashing with someone else's submission.​
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Cherrim
Impersonator: Magcargo
Stats: 63 / 52 / 126 / 94 / 84 / 31 (450 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Blossoming Shell (+SpA, +SpD)
Overview: Magcargo as it would normally be, however it now has an arguably better type, slightly better stats, and the ability to buff it's stats when the sun is up. Unfortunately, it doesn't have Grass Coverage aside from Solar Beam though.



Pokemon Being Impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Zoroark
Base: 59 / 103 / 59 / 118 / 59 / 103 (500 BST)
Meteor: 59 / 59 / 103 / 59 / 118 / 43 (440 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Shields Down
Overview: This thing is essentially normal Zoroark, except it loses its surprise factor and gains insane bulk above half health, essentially giving it a free Nasty Plot or Swords Dance. This can make it extremely scary, as it is extremely unpredictable on whether it's physical or special.



Pokemon Being Impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Linoone
Stats: 88 / 79 / 69 / 57 / 69 / 113 (476 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Disguise
Overview: 3 things. Disguise, Belly Drum, Extreme Speed... Add in 3 immunities for safe switch-ins, disguise for less safe switch-ins and decent amounts of coverage. And you have yourself this mini-monster. Base 113 speed also allows it to outspeed quite a bit here meaning ESpeed isn't even always necessary



Pokemon Being Impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Escavalier
Base: 66 / 128 / 100 / 57 / 100 / 19 (470 BST)
Noice: 66 / 128 / 60 / 57 / 60 / 99 (470 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Ice Face
Overview: Swords Dance up with your decent bulk, then sweep everything with 128 attack and 99 speed, i guess? It's got extremely nice coverage too, such as Razor Shell, Drill Run and Poison Jab. If you feel like it, run Adamant + Agility. 390 attack isn't bad, and you'll outspeed close to everything whilst still hitting decently hard.


:ss/minior-meteor: :ss/minior: :ss/sceptile:
Pokemon being impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Sceptile
Stats:
Base:
66 / 80 / 62 / 99 / 80 / 113 (500 BST)
Meteor: 58 / 71 / 53 / 87 / 71 / 100 (440 BST)
Type: View attachment 225102 / View attachment 225103
Abilities: Shields Down
Move Changes: None
Overview: Sceptile is an interesting wallbreaker, and a set-up sweeper at that with Swords Dance and a new Grass/Flying typing, giving it Acrobatics STAB. Meteor is a weaker version of Base Sceptile, so make sure you can use it wisely. Also, be aware of ice moves, as Sceptile becomes 4x weak to them. Thanks to its wide movepool, Sceptile is a mixed wallbreaker.
:ss/minior-meteor: :ss/minior: :ss/crabrawler:
Pokemon Being Impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Crabrawler
Stats:
Meteor: 62 / 107 / 74 / 54 / 62 / 81 (440 BST)
Base: 71 / 121 / 84 / 61 / 71 / 92 (500 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Gloves Off (Same effect as Shields Down)
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: Click the stabs and kill butt. Click the stabs below 50% to killer butter.
Both of your minior fusions seem to be incorrect. I believe they should swap Atk and Def, SpA and SpD, and lose 60 speed upon entering meteor form.
 

charizard8888

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The Impersonators Tool (Dark Mode here) is ready with all the things (Let me know if something needs to be added/changed)
- Enter the stats in the leftmost column after rounding off from the stats in the rightmost column
- Enter all the abilities info in the abilities section
- Just click to copy
- You can always add/edit details after pasting it here if you want

Credits to OPStellar and Revenge of Depressed Gay for the update.
 
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Maybe if this was a free for all, then you'll get more people. But for now, I'm going to stay away from the strict descision on these slates, most notable the "special mons".
 
Are you still taking subs? Cuz I just got a couple ideas.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Cherrim
Impersonator: Roselia
Type:
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Stats: 56 / 67 / 51 / 113 / 90 / 73 (450 BST)
Ability: Rosy Gift (+1 SpA/+1 SpD in sun)
Description: Basically a faster and more powerful, but less bulky Roselia with the added advantage of higher offensive power in the sun. Unlike most other subs, this can even be run out of Sun as a hazards setter with Focus Sash, though if you really want to take advantage of its power, bring it under sun.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Steelix
Type:
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Stats (Meteor): 65 / 73 / 173 / 47 / 56 / 26 (440 BST)
Stats (Base): 65 / 173 / 73 / 56 / 47 / 86 (500 BST)
Ability: Shields Down
Description: That insane defense stat in Meteor form plus a nice defensive typing allows plenty of opportunities to Dragon Dance until you reach Base form, where you can demolish anything thanks to that ridiculous Attack stat. In fact, while it may be gimmicky, a defensive set could be possible, although its screwed if it goes below 50% health. While that attack may seem insane, keep in mind that its special bulk and speed are awful in meteor form and its Base form needs to have a Dragon Dance if it wants to outspeed other offensive mons. It also has very common weaknesses to Fire, Water, Ground, and Fighting.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Pawniard
Type:
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Stats: 63 / 119 / 98 / 56 / 56 / 84 (476 BST)
Ability: Disguise
Move Changes: Let's Slash Forever (Dark-type, activated by Night Slash)
Description: A Swords Dance sweeper that only has one weakness and has access to priority to prevent faster foes from revenge killing it. Let's Slash Forever is a pretty powerful nuke even without an SD boost, and can be used to quickly KO a foe. However, once hit by an attack, its bulk is pretty mediocre. It also is walled by Dark-types unless you carry Brick Break.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Tyranitar
Type:
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Stats (Base): 78 / 105 / 87 / 74 / 78 / 48 (470 BST)
Stats (Noice): 78 / 105 / 47 / 74 / 38 / 128 (470 BST)
Description: Basically Dragon Dance until you get hit with a physical attack, then go to town using your offensive STABs. Alternatively, a Stealth Rock lead set could work as well due to the high speed you get in Noice form.
 

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Cherrim
Impersonator: Frosmoth
Types:

Stats: 66 / 61 / 56 / 119 / 86 / 62 [BST: 450]
Abilites: Frozen Gift (In Hail, SpA and SpD are boosted by 1.5x)
Move Changes: None
Overview: A solid Special attacker that can do decent damage. In hail, it's special attack get better and it got blizzard to abuse that power.



Pokemon Being Impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Feraligatr
Types:

Stats: 76 / 95 / 90 / 70 / 74 / 71 [BST: 476]
Abilites: Disguise
Move Changes: Let Splash Forever (Activated by Liquidation)
Overview: This pokemon can run a Dragon Dance to boost it's attack and it's mediocre speed to passable numbers. With it's ability Disguise, Feraligatr can set up at least one Dragon Dance before being opened up to attacks.
 

Cookie Butter

formerly the someone
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After a long delay, voting is open! the candidates are the following:
Mimikyu:
Yung Dramps' Salandit
Deleted member 503163's Cufant
RottenInfernape's Donphan
Samtendo09's Butterfree
Ludicrousity's Linoone
Demon Dragon's Pawniard
money12wolf's Feraligatr

Cherrim:
Yung Dramps' Frillish
Deleted member 503163's Pichu
RottenInfernape's Charizard
Samtendo09's Litwick
Ludicrousity's Magcargo
Demon Dragon's Roselia
money12wolf's Frosmoth

Eiscue:
Yung Dramps' Baltoy
Deleted member 503163's Piloswine
RottenInfernape's Snorlax
AquaticPanic's Shiinotic
Ludicrousity's Escavalier
Demon Dragon's Tyranitar

Minior:
Yung Dramps' Crabrawler
Deleted member 503163's Rotom-Fan
RottenInfernape's Sceptile (form rule will be automatically fixed if it wins)
Samtendo's Mankey
Ludicrousity's Zoroark
Demon Dragon's Steelix

Voting rules are in the OP.

Also thanks a ton to charizard8888 for making the Impersonators calculator.
 

Ludicrousity

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Cherrim - Sametendo09, Demon Dragon, Frosmoth
Minior - Demon Dragon, Samtendo09, Depressed Gay (If not allowed, Ludi SV)
Mimikyu - Ludicrousity (SV), Money12wolf, Samtendo09
Eiscue - AquaticPanic, RottenInfernape, Yung Dramps

beep boop great subs this time. I had a hard time choosing for all besides one.
 
Cherrim: Yung Dramps, money12wolf, Samtendo09
Mimikyu: Samtendo09, money12wolf, Demon Dragon
Minior: Demon Dragon, Ludicrousity, Yung Dramps
Eiscue: Ludicrousity, RottenInfernape, AquaticPanic
 

Cookie Butter

formerly the someone
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Here are the winners:
:litwick: >

Litwick as Cherrim (Litwick-Cherrim)
Base Stats: 81 / 49 / 90 / 106 / 90 / 32 [BST: 450]
Type:

Ability: Fiery Flower (1.5x Special Defense and Special Attack when Sun is active.)
Overview: Outside of the sun, it isn't too special with below average bulk and very slow Speed, but once active in the sun, it become a Special Tank, which can further augment with Calm Mind. It can also patch it's weaker Defense by throwing Will-o-Wisp into unsuspecting switch-ins. Under the sun, it allows for Solar Beam STAB and even use Memento to both power-down a threat and to allow maintaining momentum.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Eiscue
Impersonator: Escavalier
Base: 66 / 128 / 100 / 57 / 100 / 19 (470 BST)
Noice: 66 / 128 / 60 / 57 / 60 / 99 (470 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Ice Face
Overview: Swords Dance up with your decent bulk, then sweep everything with 128 attack and 99 speed, i guess? It's got extremely nice coverage too, such as Razor Shell, Drill Run and Poison Jab. If you feel like it, run Adamant + Agility. 390 attack isn't bad, and you'll outspeed close to everything whilst still hitting decently hard.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Mimikyu
Impersonator: Linoone
Stats: 88 / 79 / 69 / 57 / 69 / 113 (476 BST)
Type:

Abilities: Disguise
Overview: 3 things. Disguise, Belly Drum, Extreme Speed... Add in 3 immunities for safe switch-ins, disguise for less safe switch-ins and decent amounts of coverage. And you have yourself this mini-monster. Base 113 speed also allows it to outspeed quite a bit here meaning ESpeed isn't even always necessary

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Minior
Impersonator: Steelix
Type:
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Stats (Meteor): 65 / 73 / 173 / 47 / 56 / 26 (440 BST)
Stats (Base): 65 / 173 / 73 / 56 / 47 / 86 (500 BST)
Ability: Shields Down
Description: That insane defense stat in Meteor form plus a nice defensive typing allows plenty of opportunities to Dragon Dance until you reach Base form, where you can demolish anything thanks to that ridiculous Attack stat. In fact, while it may be gimmicky, a defensive set could be possible, although its screwed if it goes below 50% health. While that attack may seem insane, keep in mind that its special bulk and speed are awful in meteor form and its Base form needs to have a Dragon Dance if it wants to outspeed other offensive mons. It also has very common weaknesses to Fire, Water, Ground, and Fighting.
Here's a very rough draft of what will be the Impersonators Dex: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NrPoNkQk4UPTpceZ-QpmF2EqFDwlcSY-8jz3HNIHtoM/edit?usp=sharing
Just posting this now so there aren't any Impersonator repeats.
Slate #4
Mega Slate #1
Sceptile offers: Grass-type (obligatory), Leaf Blade, Sceptilite (+obligatory Dragon-type on Mega)
Blaziken offers: Fire-type (obligatory), Blaze Kick, Blazikenite
Swampert offers: Water-type (obligatory), Muddy Water, Swampertite
Gardevoir offers: Gardevoirite

Mega stats are calculated like Mix'n'Megas and Fusion Evolution. However, you can make Mega Sceptile's Dragon-type replace any type (with normal rules, all Mega Sceptiles would be Grass/Dragon.)

For finding out their BSTs, you can now use The Impersonators Tool. Have fun!
 
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Yung Dramps

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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Gardevoir
Impersonator: Dragonair
Stats: 75 / 104 / 80 / 87 / 87 / 87 (518 BST)
Mega Stats: 75 / 124 / 80 / 127 / 107 / 107 (618 BST)
Type:
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Abilities: Synchronize, Trace, Telepathy
Move Changes: n/a
Overview: ATESPEED BAYBEE HAHA YES. The trade-off to these great stats and ability is that the base form is kinda crap thanks to no natural Fairy STAB, and in general it's kinda predictable.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sceptile
Impersonator: Barbaracle
Stats: 77 / 111 / 121 / 57 / 91 / 73 (530 BST)
Mega Stats: 77 / 136 / 131 / 97 / 91 / 98 (630 BST)
Type:
/
(
/
in Mega)
Abilities: Overgrow, Unburden
Move Changes: Leaf Blade is totally unaltered
Overview: Barbaracle-Sceptile has a unique niche as a Shell Smash sweeper with Unburden and White Herb making it even more fast. Go Mega for less speed with the perk of a better type.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Swampert
Impersonator: Dewpider
Stats: 75 / 78 / 102 / 79 / 142 / 54 (530 BST)
Mega Stats: 75 / 118 / 122 / 89 / 162 / 64 (630 BST)
Type:
/

Abilities: Torrent, Damp
Move Changes: Thick Mud: Ground Type, Physical
Overview: It sets the webb and eats hits super good as well. Mega is not the strongest but is hella tanky.
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Gardevoir
Impersonator: Mimikyu
Typing: Ghost/Fairy
Abilities: Synchronize/Trace/Telepathy
Stats: 60/98/87/55/114/104 (Total: 518)
Mega Stats: 60/118/87/95/134/124 (Total: 618)
Overview: The image of a Mimikyu impersonating a Gardevoir was just too good for me to pass up. It’s still pretty solid, especially with its Mega form offering a strong Fairy STAB for it to abuse. It’s also pretty fast and decently bulky, enough to get off a Swords Dance, maybe two. In conclusion, please don’t look up this thing’s dress, you will literally die.


Pokemon Being Impersonated: Swampert
Impersonator: Slaking
Type: Water/Normal
Abilities: Torrent/Damp
Mega Ability: Swift Swim
Move Changes: Muddy Water becomes Muddy Slam, a physical version of the move.
Stats: 120/128/80/75/52/80 (Total: 535)
Mega Stats: 120/168/100/85/72/90 (Total: 635)
Overview: With a wide variety of coverage, recovery in Slack Off, and a strong stat spread, Slaking as Swampert is here. While its typing is worse than Swampert’s, it makes up for it with more power and a large HP pool. And the Mega in the rain can seriously dish out punishment while not worrying about much in return. Overall, a strong candidate.
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sceptile
Impersonator: Noivern
Types:

Stats: 85 / 69 / 79 / 97 / 79 / 121 [BST: 530]
Stats: 85 / 94 / 89 / 137 / 79 / 146 [BST: 630]
Abilites: Overgrow / Unburden -> Lightning Rod
Move Changes: Leaf Blade is now Special and called Seed Boom.
Overview: Throat Spray + Unburden + Boomburst is a pretty good combination, even if not STAB. The Mega is a slightly weaker, slighly bulkier version of Mega Sceptile, trading Leaf Storm for Draco Meteor, Dragon Pulse for Seed Boom, losing Leech Seed and gaining Hurricane and Boomburst.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blaziken
Impersonator: Arctovish
Types:

Stats: 95 / 95 / 105 / 83 / 95 / 57 [BST: 530]
Mega Stats: 95 / 135 / 115 / 103 / 105 / 77 [BST: 630]
Abilites: Blaze / Speed Boost -> Speed Boost
Move Changes: Blaze Kick is unchanged
Overview: Fishious Rend off of an Attack stat 5 points higher than Dracovish's, but takes a while to get going with Speed Boost, and doesn't have Strong Jaw.
 

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sceptile
Impersonator: Garchomp
Type:
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Stats: 95 / 115 / 84 / 71 / 75 / 90 (530 BST)
Stats (Mega): 95 / 140 / 94 / 111 / 75 / 115 (630 BST)
Abilities: Overgrow / Unburden (Mega Ability: Lightning Rod)
Description: Bring this under a terrain, preferably Grassy, and then sweep with Swords Dance until you eventually die from an Ice attack. The mega should only be used for mixed wallbreaking sets, as its attack and speed are lower than the base form.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blaziken
Impersonator: Tsareena
Type:
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Stats: 75 / 125 / 102 / 51 / 102 / 75 (530 BST)
Stats (Mega): 75 / 165 / 112 / 71 / 112 / 95 (630 BST)
Abilities: Blaze / Speed Boost (Mega Ability: Speed Boost)
Description: A nice typing with good bulk allows it to come in pretty easily and Rapid Spin hazards. A set of Power Whip / Blaze Kick / Knock Off / Rapid Spin hits everything except Hitmonchan-Incineroar at least neutrally However, the real boon is Rapid Spin + Speed Boost, meaning you can double your speed each turn without wasting a slot on Protect. Also, don't use the mega.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Swampert
Impersonator: Grapploct
Type:
/

Stats: 89 / 132 / 100 / 78 / 89 / 47 (535 BST)
Stats (Mega): 89 / 172 / 120 / 88 / 109 / 57 (635 BST)
Abilities: Torrent / Damp (Mega Ability: Swift Swim)
Description: Sure it's slow as fuck unless you use the Mega in rain, and sure it's typing is not that great defensively, but who cares when GRAPPLOCT FINALLY GETS WATER TYPE?! All is now right with the world.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Gardevoir
Impersonator: Flygon
Type:
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Stats: 80 / 100 / 79 / 80 / 79 / 100 (518 BST)
Stats (Mega): 80 / 120 / 79 / 120 / 99 / 120 (618 BST)
Abilities: Synchronize / Trace / Telepathy (Mega Ability: Pixilate)
Description: So this can either be used in two ways, either a Dragon Dance sweeper or a Boomburst spammer. Basically a faster and more powerful but less bulky Mega Altaria. Unfortunately, this absolutely needs to be mega'd because the base form gets absolutely NO fairy moves. Yung Dramps I swear I didn't copy you,
 
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Pokemon Being Impersonated: Sceptile
Impersonator: Garchomp
Type:
/

Stats: 95 / 115 / 84 / 71 / 75 / 90 (530 BST)
Stats (Mega): 95 / 140 / 94 / 111 / 75 / 115 (630 BST)
Abilities: Overgrow / Unburden (Mega Ability: Lightning Rod)
Description: Bring this under a terrain, preferably Grassy, and then sweep with Swords Dance until you eventually die from an Ice attack. The mega should only be used for mixed wallbreaking sets, as its attack and speed are lower than the base form.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Blaziken
Impersonator: Tsareena
Type:
/

Stats: 75 / 125 / 102 / 51 / 102 / 75 (530 BST)
Stats (Mega): 75 / 165 / 112 / 71 / 112 / 95 (630 BST)
Abilities: Blaze / Speed Boost (Mega Ability: Speed Boost)
Description: A nice typing with good bulk allows it to come in pretty easily and Rapid Spin hazards. A set of Power Whip / Blaze Kick / Knock Off / Rapid Spin hits everything except Hitmonchan-Incineroar at least neutrally However, the real boon is Rapid Spin + Speed Boost, meaning you can double your speed each turn without wasting a slot on Protect. Also, don't use the mega.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Swampert
Impersonator: Grapploct
Type:
/

Stats: 89 / 132 / 100 / 78 / 89 / 47 (535 BST)
Stats (Mega): 89 / 172 / 120 / 88 / 109 / 57 (635 BST)
Abilities: Torrent / Damp (Mega Ability: Swift Swim)
Description: Sure it's slow as fuck unless you use the Mega in rain, and sure it's typing is not that great defensively, but who cares when GRAPPLOCT FINALLY GETS WATER TYPE?! All is now right with the world.

Pokemon Being Impersonated: Gardevoir
Impersonator: Linoone
Type:
/

Stats: 97 / 86 / 75 / 62 / 75 / 123 (518 BST)
Stats (Mega): 97 / 106 / 75 / 102 / 95 / 143 (618 BST)
Abilities: Synchronize / Trace / Telepathy (Mega Ability: Pixilate)
Description: Step 1: Mega. Step 2: Set up Belly Drum. Step 3: DESTROY EVERYTHING WITH +6 PIXISPEED!!!
You can't use Linoone because it already won as Mimikyu.
 

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