National Dex Kyurem [QC 2/2, GP 1/1]

[SET]
name: SubRoost
move 1: Substitute
move 2: Freeze-Dry
move 3: Earth Power
move 4: Roost
item: Metronome
ability: Pressure
nature: Timid
evs: 56 HP / 196 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Kyurem is an effective wallbreaker in the metagame thanks to its amazing coverage and Special Attack paired with its natural bulk and access to reliable recovery in Roost, which allows it to continuously take advantage of passive threats such as Slowbro, Corviknight, and Hippowdon. Furthermore, Kyurem's access to Substitute and Pressure allows it to quickly PP Stall notable moves such as Rotom-H's Overheat, Mega Tyranitar's Stone Edge, and Ferrothorn's Gyro Ball, which greatly assists it in its wallbreaking. Substitute gives it free attacking turns against Pokemon that are unable to break it with one attack such as Tangrowth, Slowbro and Toxapex. Additionally, it provides Kyurem with a safety net against revenge killers such as Mega Metagross and Galarian Darmanitan and assists it in PP stalling slower threats. Freeze-Dry is the STAB move of choice due to its ability to threaten Water-types like Tapu Fini, Toxapex, and Slowbro that would otherwise want to switch in. In addition, Freeze-Dry greatly improves Kyurem's matchup versus rain due to its ability to KO common rain setters and sweepers including Pelipper, Mega Swampert, and Dracovish. Earth Power provides near-unresisted coverage alongside Freeze-Dry by hitting Steel and Fire-types such as Aegislash, Magearna, and Heatran that resist Freeze-Dry. Roost is necessary for keeping Kyurem healthy throughout a match, allowing Kyurem to continuously exploit passive threats and PP stall foes when combined with Substitute and Pressure. 56 HP Gives Kyurem the ability to set up four 101 HP Substitutes, which means that Chansey's Seismic Toss is unable to break them. 4 Special Defense lets EVs let Kyurem avoid the OHKO from Mega Charizard Y’s Y's Fire Blast. Metronome steadily increases Kyurem’s Kyurem's damage output over several turns, allowing it to eventually break through the likes of Corviknight, non-Baneful Bunker Toxapex, Corviknight, and non-Protect Ferrothorn.

Kyurem fits best on bulky offense and balance teams as a dedicated wallbreaker, as it is quite prone to revenge killers and therefore requires proper defensive support. Due to being vulnerable to entry hazards, Kyurem heavily appreciates reliable Defoggers such as Tapu Fini, Tornadus-T, and Corviknight to prevent it from getting worn down easily. Although Kyurem has a fantastic matchup against bulky threats, its Speed tier hugely limits it against several offensive Pokemon such as Mega Metagross, Galarian Darmanitan, Mega Lopunny, Kartana, and Mega Alakazam. Thus, pairing Kyurem with a sturdy defensive backbone that can take these threats on, consisting of Pokemon such as Toxapex, physically defensive Tangrowth, Rotom-H, and the aforementioned Corviknight, is strongly recommended. Particularly, Toxapex can assist Kyurem in its wallbreaking with Toxic Spikes, absorb Toxic and Toxic Spikes from Pokemon such as opposing Toxapex, Ferrothorn, and Slowbro, switch into Knock Off from the likes of Tangrowth and Tapu Fini, as well as and switch into the very few defensive answers Kyurem has in Mega Scizor, Volcarona, and Clefable. Furthermore, partners that can put huge offensive pressure on the aforementioned threats, such as Mega Lopunny, Choice Scarf Galarian Darmanitan, and Ash-Greninja make for great partners as well, as they can provide speed control against beat Kyurem's revenge killers and benefit from Kyurem's wallbreaking. Magnezone is another option, as it can trap the Steel-types that are problematic to Kyurem like Mega Scizor and, with a Choice Scarf, Kartana and a weakened Mega Metagross.

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:ss/kyurem:
[SET]
name: Sub Roost
move 1: Substitute
move 2: Freeze Dry
move 3: Earth Power
move 4: Roost
item: Metrenome / Leftovers
ability: Pressure
nature: Timid
evs: 56 HP / 196 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
There should be a line here about Kyurem’s role in the metagame here. Substitute eases the prediction reliant nature of Choice Specs Kyurem eases prediction against Kyurem’s checks, and gives it free attacking turns again Pokemon that are unable to break it with one attack like?. As Choice Specs Kyurem isn’t getting a set, this is unnecessary. Freeze Dry is the STAB move of choice due to the almost unnoticeable drop in power from Ice Beam and the ability to its ability to threaten Water-types such as Tapu Fini, Toxapex and Slowbro that would otherwise want to switch in. No need to mention Ice Beam In addition, Freeze Dry greatly improves Kyurem’s match up versus rain due to its ability to KO common rain setters and abusers including Pelipper, Mega Swampert and Dracovish. Earth Power hits the Steel and Fire-types such as Aegislash, Magearna and Heatran that resist Freeze Dry. Roost is necessary for allowing Kyurem to PP stall opponents when combined with Substitute and Kyurem’s ability, Pressure. 56 HP Gives Kyurem 101 HP Substitutes which means that Chansey’s Seismic Toss is unable to break them with one attack. 4 Special Defense lets Kyurem avoid the OHKO from Mega Charizard Y’s Fire Blast. What’s the purpose of Metronome and Leftovers on this set?

Kyurem fits best on Bulky Offense or Balance teams because of the support it requires and its ability to break down common defensive cores for team mates to clean up. Due to having a typing vulnerable to Stealth Rock being vulnerable to all hazards, Kyurem heavily appreciates reliable Defoggers such as Tapu Fini, Tornadus-T and Corviknight removing entry hazards to prevent it getting worn down easily. Mega Lopunny is a good partner for Kyurem; it provides speed control, a revenge killer, and appreciates Kyurem’s ability to wear down common defensive cores like Tapu Fini + Slowbro. PhysDef Tangrowth is worth a mention as well A great defensive partner for Kyurem is Toxapex; it makes Kyurem’s job more easily thanks to its ability to wear down Kyurem’s checks with Toxic Spikes, and ability to check Mega Scizor, Volcarona and Clefable which can otherwise shrug off Kyurem’s attacks and threaten it with set up or dangerous STAB attacks. It also absorbs Toxic Spikes which is huge. Kyurem also appreciates Physically Defensive Tangrowth or Slowbro’s ability to check Mega Metagross and Mega Lopunny which both force Kyurem out. Magnezone is another option as it can trap the Steel-types that are problematic to Kyurem like Mega Scizor, Assault Vest Magearna and Kartana. I would specify Choice Scarf Magnezone, as this core is one of the only reasons I’d run Scarf Zone (it also gets 35-40 on MMeta which is huge)

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- Written by: [[WrathoftheLeopard, 511181]]
- Quality checked by: [[username1, userid1], [username2, userid2]]
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This is excellent work, QC 1/2
 
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:ss/kyurem:
[SET]
name: Sub Roost -it should be SubRoost-
move 1: Substitute
move 2: Freeze Dry
move 3: Earth Power
move 4: Roost
item: Metronome / Leftovers -nowhere near as good as Metronome-
ability: Pressure
nature: Timid
evs: 56 HP / 196 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Kyurem is an effective wallbreaker in the metagame thanks to its amazing coverage and Special Attack -the natural bulk in combination with reliable recovery in Roost plays a major part in Kyurem's wallbreaking capabilities as well, since it allows Kyurem to continuously take advantage of passive threats-, as well as being able to PP stall moves with low PP such as Ferrothorn’s Gyro Ball -I'd like to see a seperate sentence dedicated to its ability to PP stall, as it's one of Kyurem's unique characteristics. Something along the lines of 'Furthermore, Kyurem's access to Substitute, Pressure, and Roost allows it to quickly PP Stall notable moves such as Rotom-H's Overheat, Mega Tyranitar's Stone Edge, and Ferrothorn's Gyro Ball, which greatly assists it in its wallbreaking' should do the trick-. Substitute eases prediction against Kyurem’s checks, and gives it free attacking turns against Pokemon that are unable to break it with one attack such as Tangrowth, Slowbro and Chansey -Chansey causes a stalemate and is therefore not a really good mention; consider mentioning Toxapex instead-. Furthermore, it also provides Kyurem with a safety net against revenge killlers and assists it in PP stalling slower threats. Freeze Dry is the STAB move of choice due to its ability to threaten Water-types like Tapu Fini, Toxapex and Slowbro that would otherwise want to switch in. In addition, Freeze Dry greatly improves Kyurem’s match up versus rain due to its ability to KO common rain setters and abusers including Pelipper, Mega Swampert and Dracovish. Earth Power provides near-unresisted coverage alongside Freeze Dry by hitting hits the Steel and Fire-types such as Aegislash, Magearna and Heatran that resist Freeze Dry. Roost is necessary for keeping Kyurem healthy throughout a match, allowing Kyurem to continuously exploit passive threats and PP stall opponents when combined with Substitute and Kyurem’s ability, Pressure. 56 HP gives Kyurem 101 HP Substitutes which means that Chansey’s Seismic Toss is unable to break them with one attack. 4 Special Defense lets Kyurem avoid the OHKO from Mega Charizard Y’s Fire Blast. Metronome steadily increases Kyurem’s damage output over several turns, allowing it to eventually break through the likes of Toxapex, Corviknight, and Ferrothorn. and Leftovers increases the length of time Kyurem can go without having to Roost.

Kyurem fits best on Bulky Offense or Balance teams as a dedicated wallbreaker, as it is quite prone to revenge killers and therefore requires proper defensive support because of the support it requires and its ability to break down common defensive cores for team mates to clean up. Due to being vulnerable to entry hazards, Kyurem heavily appreciates reliable Defoggers such as Tapu Fini, Tornadus-T and Corviknight removing entry hazards to prevent it getting worn down easily. Although Kyurem has a fantastic matchup against bulky threats, its Speed tier hugely limits it against several offensive Pokemon such as Mega Metagross, Galarian Darmanitan, Mega Lopunny, Kartana, and Mega Alakazam. Thus, pairing Kyurem with a sturdy defensive backbone that can take these threats on, consisting of Pokemon such as physically defensive Tangrowth, Toxapex, Rotom-H, and the aforementioned Corviknight, is strongly recommended. Particularly, Toxapex can assist Kyurem in its wallbreaking with Toxic Spikes, as well as switch into the very few defensive answers Kyurem has in Mega Scizor, Volcarona, and Clefable. Furthermore, partners that can put huge offensive pressure on the aforementioned threats, such as Mega Lopunny, Choice Scarf Galarian Darmanitan, and Ash-Greninja make for great partners as well, as they can provide speed control against Kyurem's revenge killers, and benefit from Kyurem's wallbreaking. Mega Lopunny is a good partner for Kyurem; it provides speed control, a revenge killer, and appreciates Kyurem’s ability to wear down common defensive cores like Tapu Fini + Tangrowth. A great defensive partner for Kyurem is Toxapex; it makes Kyurem’s job more easily thanks to its ability to wear down Kyurem’s checks with Toxic Spikes, and ability to check Mega Scizor, Volcarona and Clefable which can otherwise shrug off Kyurem’s attacks and threaten it with set up or dangerous STAB attacks. Kyurem also appreciates Physically Defensive Tangrowth or Slowbro’s ability to check Mega Metagross and Mega Lopunny which both force Kyurem out. Magnezone is another option as it can trap the Steel-types that are problematic to Kyurem like Mega Scizor, Kartana and get chip damage on Mega Metagross.

I have largely rewritten this paragraph with your input as it was beating around the bush on a few points and it read like an RMT description due to the highly selective teammates, which made it sound like you were describing the common Mega Lopunny + Kyurem builds in the metagame. It should now be a lot more inclusive in regards to what options you may run alongside Kyurem.
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- Written by: [[WrathoftheLeopard, 511181]]
- Quality checked by: [[Solaris & Lunaris, 471780], [username2, userid2]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
Lots of things to change, so I will have to take another look once you have implemented everything. Be sure to use the Oxford comma by the way!
 
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:ss/kyurem:
[SET]
name: SubRoost
move 1: Substitute
move 2: Freeze Dry
move 3: Earth Power
move 4: Roost
item: Metronome
ability: Pressure
nature: Timid
evs: 56 HP / 196 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Kyurem is an effective wallbreaker in the metagame thanks to its amazing coverage and Special Attack paired with its natural bulk and access to reliable recovery in Roost, which allows it to continuously take advantage of passive threats such as Slowbro, Corviknight, and Hippowdon. Furthermore, Kyurem's access to Substitute and Pressure allows it to quickly PP Stall notable moves such as Rotom-H's Overheat, Mega Tyranitar's Stone Edge, and Ferrothorn's Gyro Ball, which greatly assists it in its wallbreaking. Substitute gives it free attacking turns against Pokemon that are unable to break it with one attack such as Tangrowth, Slowbro and Toxapex. Additionally, it provides Kyurem with a safety net against revenge killlers such as Mega Metagross and Galarian Darmanitan, and assists it in PP stalling slower threats. Freeze Dry is the STAB move of choice due to its ability to threaten Water-types like Tapu Fini, Toxapex and Slowbro that would otherwise want to switch in. In addition, Freeze Dry greatly improves Kyurem’s match up versus rain due to its ability to KO common rain setters and abusers including Pelipper, Mega Swampert and Dracovish. Earth Power hits provides near-unresisted coverage alongside Freeze Dry by hitting Steel and Fire-types such as Aegislash, Magearna and Heatran that resist Freeze Dry. Roost is necessary for keeping Kyurem healthy throughout a match, allowing Kyurem to continuously exploit passive threats and PP stall opponents when combined with Substitute and Pressure. 56 HP Gives Kyurem the ability to set up four 101 HP Substitutes which means that Chansey’s Seismic Toss is unable to break them. 4 Special Defense lets Kyurem avoid the OHKO from Mega Charizard Y’s Fire Blast. Metronome steadily increases Kyurem’s damage output over several turns, allowing it to eventually break through the likes of non-Baneful Bunker Toxapex, Corviknight, and Ferrothorn.

Kyurem fits best on Bulky Offense or Balance teams as a dedicated wallbreaker, as it is quite prone to revenge killers and therefore requires proper defensive support. Due to being vulnerable to entry hazards, Kyurem heavily appreciates reliable Defoggers such as Tapu Fini, Tornadus-T and Corviknight to prevent it getting worn down easily. Although Kyurem has a fantastic matchup against bulky threats, its Speed tier hugely limits it against several offensive Pokemon such as Mega Metagross, Galarian Darmanitan, Mega Lopunny, Kartana, and Mega Alakazam. Thus, pairing Kyurem with a sturdy defensive backbone that can take these threats on, consisting of Pokemon such as physically defensive Tangrowth, Toxapex, Rotom-H, and the aforementioned Corviknight, is strongly recommended. Particularly, Toxapex can assist Kyurem in its wallbreaking with Toxic Spikes, absorb Toxic and Toxic Spikes from Pokemon such as opposing Toxapex, Ferrothorn, and Slowbro, switch into Knock Off from the likes of Tangrowth and Tapu Fini, as well as switch into the very few defensive answers Kyurem has in Mega Scizor, Volcarona, and Clefable. Furthermore, partners that can put huge offensive pressure on the aforementioned threats, such as Mega Lopunny, Choice Scarf Galarian Darmanitan, and Ash-Greninja make for great partners as well, as they can provide speed control against Kyurem's revenge killers, and benefit from Kyurem's wallbreaking. Magnezone is another option as it can trap the Steel-types that are problematic to Kyurem like Mega Scizor, Kartana and get chip damage on Mega Metagross and, with a Choice Scarf, Kartana and a weakened Mega Metagross.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[WrathoftheLeopard, 511181]]
- Quality checked by: [[Solaris & Lunaris, 471780], [Guardsweeper, 360582]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
Heaps better, 2/2
 
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[SET]
name: SubRoost
move 1: Substitute
move 2: Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry
move 3: Earth Power
move 4: Roost
item: Metronome
ability: Pressure
nature: Timid
evs: 56 HP / 196 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Kyurem is an effective wallbreaker in the metagame thanks to its amazing coverage and Special Attack paired with its natural bulk and access to reliable recovery in Roost, which allows it to continuously take advantage of passive threats such as Slowbro, Corviknight, and Hippowdon. Furthermore, Kyurem's access to Substitute and Pressure allows it to quickly PP Stall notable moves such as Rotom-H's Overheat, Mega Tyranitar's Stone Edge, and Ferrothorn's Gyro Ball, which greatly assists it in its wallbreaking. Substitute gives it free attacking turns against Pokemon that are unable to break it with one attack such as Tangrowth, Slowbro and Toxapex. Additionally, it provides Kyurem with a safety net against revenge killlers killers such as Mega Metagross and Galarian Darmanitan, (RC) and assists it in PP stalling slower threats. Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry is the STAB move of choice due to its ability to threaten Water-types like Tapu Fini, Toxapex, (AC) and Slowbro that would otherwise want to switch in. In addition, Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry greatly improves Kyurem’s match up Kyurem's matchup versus rain due to its ability to KO common rain setters and abusers sweepers including Pelipper, Mega Swampert, (AC) and Dracovish. Earth Power provides near-unresisted coverage alongside Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry by hitting Steel and Fire-types such as Aegislash, Magearna, (AC) and Heatran that resist Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry. Roost is necessary for keeping Kyurem healthy throughout a match, allowing Kyurem to continuously exploit passive threats and PP stall opponents foes (opponent=opposing player) when combined with Substitute and Pressure. 56 HP Gives Kyurem the ability to set up four 101 HP Substitutes, (AC) which means that Chansey’s Chansey's Seismic Toss is unable to break them. 4 Special Defense lets EVs let Kyurem avoid the OHKO from Mega Charizard Y’s Y's Fire Blast. Metronome steadily increases Kyurem’s Kyurem's damage output over several turns, allowing it to eventually break through the likes of Corviknight, non-Baneful Bunker Toxapex, Corviknight, and Ferrothorn. (Does this factor in Ferro running Protect? Metronome resets on hitting protect.)

Kyurem fits best on Bulky Offense or Balance bulky offense and balance teams as a dedicated wallbreaker, as it is quite prone to revenge killers and therefore requires proper defensive support. Due to being vulnerable to entry hazards, Kyurem heavily appreciates reliable Defoggers such as Tapu Fini, Tornadus-T, (AC) and Corviknight to prevent it from getting worn down easily. Although Kyurem has a fantastic matchup against bulky threats, its Speed tier hugely limits it against several offensive Pokemon such as Mega Metagross, Galarian Darmanitan, Mega Lopunny, Kartana, and Mega Alakazam. Thus, pairing Kyurem with a sturdy defensive backbone that can take these threats on, consisting of Pokemon such as Toxapex, physically defensive Tangrowth, Toxapex, Rotom-H, and the aforementioned Corviknight, is strongly recommended. Particularly, Toxapex can assist Kyurem in its wallbreaking with Toxic Spikes, absorb Toxic and Toxic Spikes from Pokemon such as opposing Toxapex, Ferrothorn, and Slowbro, switch into Knock Off from the likes of Tangrowth and Tapu Fini, as well as and switch into the very few defensive answers Kyurem has in Mega Scizor, Volcarona, and Clefable. (add space)Furthermore, partners that can put huge offensive pressure on the aforementioned threats, such as Mega Lopunny, Choice Scarf Galarian Darmanitan, and Ash-Greninja make for great partners as well, as they can provide speed control against beat Kyurem's revenge killers, (RC) and benefit from Kyurem's wallbreaking. Magnezone is another option, (AC) as it can trap the Steel-types that are problematic to Kyurem like Mega Scizor and, with a Choice Scarf, Kartana and a weakened Mega Metagross.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[WrathoftheLeopard, 511181]]
- Quality checked by: [[Solaris & Lunaris, 471780], [Guardsweeper, 360582]]
- Grammar checked by: [[A Cake Wearing A Hat, 388157]]

GP 1/1
Do keep in mind to use the oxford comma.
 
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[SET]
name: SubRoost
move 1: Substitute
move 2: Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry
move 3: Earth Power
move 4: Roost
item: Metronome
ability: Pressure
nature: Timid
evs: 56 HP / 196 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]
Kyurem is an effective wallbreaker in the metagame thanks to its amazing coverage and Special Attack paired with its natural bulk and access to reliable recovery in Roost, which allows it to continuously take advantage of passive threats such as Slowbro, Corviknight, and Hippowdon. Furthermore, Kyurem's access to Substitute and Pressure allows it to quickly PP Stall notable moves such as Rotom-H's Overheat, Mega Tyranitar's Stone Edge, and Ferrothorn's Gyro Ball, which greatly assists it in its wallbreaking. Substitute gives it free attacking turns against Pokemon that are unable to break it with one attack such as Tangrowth, Slowbro and Toxapex. Additionally, it provides Kyurem with a safety net against revenge killlers killers such as Mega Metagross and Galarian Darmanitan, (RC) and assists it in PP stalling slower threats. Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry is the STAB move of choice due to its ability to threaten Water-types like Tapu Fini, Toxapex, (AC) and Slowbro that would otherwise want to switch in. In addition, Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry greatly improves Kyurem’s match up Kyurem's matchup versus rain due to its ability to KO common rain setters and abusers sweepers including Pelipper, Mega Swampert, (AC) and Dracovish. Earth Power provides near-unresisted coverage alongside Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry by hitting Steel and Fire-types such as Aegislash, Magearna, (AC) and Heatran that resist Freeze Dry Freeze-Dry. Roost is necessary for keeping Kyurem healthy throughout a match, allowing Kyurem to continuously exploit passive threats and PP stall opponents foes (opponent=opposing player) when combined with Substitute and Pressure. 56 HP Gives Kyurem the ability to set up four 101 HP Substitutes, (AC) which means that Chansey’s Chansey's Seismic Toss is unable to break them. 4 Special Defense lets EVs let Kyurem avoid the OHKO from Mega Charizard Y’s Y's Fire Blast. Metronome steadily increases Kyurem’s Kyurem's damage output over several turns, allowing it to eventually break through the likes of Corviknight, non-Baneful Bunker Toxapex, Corviknight, and Ferrothorn. (Does this factor in Ferro running Protect? Metronome resets on hitting protect.)

Kyurem fits best on Bulky Offense or Balance bulky offense and balance teams as a dedicated wallbreaker, as it is quite prone to revenge killers and therefore requires proper defensive support. Due to being vulnerable to entry hazards, Kyurem heavily appreciates reliable Defoggers such as Tapu Fini, Tornadus-T, (AC) and Corviknight to prevent it from getting worn down easily. Although Kyurem has a fantastic matchup against bulky threats, its Speed tier hugely limits it against several offensive Pokemon such as Mega Metagross, Galarian Darmanitan, Mega Lopunny, Kartana, and Mega Alakazam. Thus, pairing Kyurem with a sturdy defensive backbone that can take these threats on, consisting of Pokemon such as Toxapex, physically defensive Tangrowth, Toxapex, Rotom-H, and the aforementioned Corviknight, is strongly recommended. Particularly, Toxapex can assist Kyurem in its wallbreaking with Toxic Spikes, absorb Toxic and Toxic Spikes from Pokemon such as opposing Toxapex, Ferrothorn, and Slowbro, switch into Knock Off from the likes of Tangrowth and Tapu Fini, as well as and switch into the very few defensive answers Kyurem has in Mega Scizor, Volcarona, and Clefable. (add space)Furthermore, partners that can put huge offensive pressure on the aforementioned threats, such as Mega Lopunny, Choice Scarf Galarian Darmanitan, and Ash-Greninja make for great partners as well, as they can provide speed control against beat Kyurem's revenge killers, (RC) and benefit from Kyurem's wallbreaking. Magnezone is another option, (AC) as it can trap the Steel-types that are problematic to Kyurem like Mega Scizor and, with a Choice Scarf, Kartana and a weakened Mega Metagross.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[WrathoftheLeopard, 511181]]
- Quality checked by: [[Solaris & Lunaris, 471780], [Guardsweeper, 360582]]
- Grammar checked by: [[A Cake Wearing A Hat, 388157]]

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Implemented, thanks! Pretty sure this is now ready for upload! :kyurem:
 

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