Megas For All: V4! (Voting - Lickilicky, Togekiss, Dusknoir)

Would you guys be interested if I had MFA include Gen 8 mons when it comes out?


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Canada Dan If you’re going to post during the voting phase, at least actually vote.
I don't think it counts for you to quote votes and slap yours on the end. Even more so he didn't even submit anything.

Sawk: Anaconja, Demon Dragon, Shoopz_Whisper
Throh: Scoopapa, Blumenwitz, DuccSucc
Mothim: -Sereg-, Shoopz_Whisper, -Latios-
 
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Okay, so I have a bit of a predicament. Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma are two distinctly different forms with essentially the same Mega in Ultra Burst. I bring this up because they do not have a conventional mega evo in the mod. My question is what should we do?
 
Okay, so I have a bit of a predicament. Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma are two distinctly different forms with essentially the same Mega in Ultra Burst. I bring this up because they do not have a conventional mega evo in the mod. My question is what should we do?
As you said, it is not a conventional mega. But it is still an in-battle transformation that changes base stats, form, name, ability and typing. I believe we treat it as a Mega and touch neither NecrozDusk/NecrozDawn or Solgaleo/Lunala. Now, this does leave Necrozma up for game. I think he could receive a try at a Mega. Unless I missed that slate.

Then we're done.
 
Solgaleo and Lunala don’t really have an in-battle form change like megas or Ultra Burst, seeing as how Dusk Mane/Dawn Wings occurs outside of battle. Now what to do with Zygarde because Power Construct is a thing?
 
Solgaleo and Lunala don’t really have an in-battle form change like megas or Ultra Burst, seeing as how Dusk Mane/Dawn Wings occurs outside of battle. Now what to do with Zygarde because Power Construct is a thing?
Ignore Power Construct. Just make a Zygardite for 50% Zygarde. You can even make a Zygardite 10 and Zygardite 50 for 50% and 10% forms. Making a Mega Power Construct Zygarde just doesn't make sense and isn't possible

Solgaleo and Lunala don’t really have an in-battle form change like megas or Ultra Burst, seeing as how Dusk Mane/Dawn Wings occurs outside of battle. Now what to do with Zygarde because Power Construct is a thing?
Fineee, I just don't personally agree with it. But it's fine. And if that slate came, I'd definitely make something for it.
 
Ignore Power Construct. Just make a Zygardite for 50% Zygarde. You can even make a Zygardite 10 and Zygardite 50 for 50% and 10% forms. Making a Mega Power Construct Zygarde just doesn't make sense and isn't possible



Fineee, I just don't personally agree with it. But it's fine. And if that slate came, I'd definitely make something for it.
Did you meant to quote the same post twice?
 
We have a three-way tie between -Latios, Scoopapa, and Anaconja for Mothim. My tiebreaker vote will go to Scoopapa, so he wins Mothim, DuccSucc wins Throh, and -Latios- wins Sawk. Next slate will be right up.


Pollution Trio

Ability limit of 4 and 2 new moves for each
 
Muk



PoisonPoison

HP
: 105 → 105 (0)
Atk: 105 → 145 (+40)
Def: 75 → 95 (+20)
SpA: 65 → 75 (+10)
SpD: 100 → 130 (+30)
Spe: 50 → 50 (0)

Stench/Sticky Hold/Poison TouchRegenerator

New Moves
: Recover

  • 145 Attack is solid and 105/95/130 bulk is quite good
  • Regenerator allows Muk to pivot in and out as it pleases. Add on Recover and it can make Muk very difficult to break.
  • Still struggles against Steel types due to its poor coverage.

Calcs:

+1 0 Atk Muk Gunk Shot vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Aerodactyl-Mega: 153-180 (50.8 - 59.8%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Stealth Rock
252 Atk Aerodactyl-Mega Earthquake vs. +1 252 HP / 4 Def Muk: 158-186 (38.1 - 44.9%) -- guaranteed 3HKO
+1 0 Atk Muk Gunk Shot vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Latias: 274-324 (91 - 107.6%) -- guaranteed OHKO after Stealth Rock
+1 0 Atk Muk Fire Punch vs. 248 HP / 124+ Def Scizor: 340-400 (99.1 - 116.6%) -- guaranteed OHKO after Stealth Rock


Possible Sets:

All Out Attacker


Muk @ Mukite

Poison Touch

252 HP/252 Atk/4 SpD

Adamant

Gunk Shot
Fire Punch
Ice Punch
Shadow Sneak

Curse

Muk @ Mukite

Poison Touch

252 HP/4 Atk/252 SpD

Sassy

Curse
Gunk Shot
Shadow Sneak
Recover/Fire Punch/Rest


Weezing



PoisonPoison/Dark

HP
: 65 → 65 (0)
Atk: 90 → 95 (+5)
Def: 120 → 160 (+40)
SpA: 85 → 90 (+5)
SpD: 70 → 120 (+50)
Spe: 60 → 60 (0)

LevitateLevitate

New Moves
: Foul Play

  • 65/160/120 is pretty solid bulk but the main draw to this set is Weezing's type combination plus Levitate which gives it no weaknesses, outside of Mold Breaker users.
  • Foul Play allows Weezing to punish physical setup sweepers.
  • Weezing's main drawback is its lack of reliable recovery. Its only move to gain health besides Rest is Pain Split which can easily be played around.
Calcs:

252+ Atk Landorus-Therian Supersonic Skystrike (175 BP) vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Weezing: 175-207 (52.3 - 61.9%) -- guaranteed 2HKO
+2 252+ Atk Tapu Bulu Wood Hammer vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Weezing in Grassy Terrain: 165-195 (49.4 - 58.3%) -- 98.8% chance to 2HKO
0 SpA Weezing Sludge Bomb vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Tapu Bulu: 372-444 (132.3 - 158%) -- guaranteed OHKO
252 Atk Lopunny-Mega High Jump Kick vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Weezing: 114-135 (34.1 - 40.4%) -- guaranteed 3HKO


Possible Sets:

Defensive


Weezing @ Weezinite

Levitate

252 HP/4 Def/252 SpD

Calm

Foul Play/Sludge Bomb
Will-O-Wisp
Haze/Clear Smog/Toxic Spikes
Pain Split/Rest/Memento


Garbodor



PoisonPoison/Fighting

HP
: 80 → 80 (0)
Atk: 95 → 129 (+34)
Def: 82 → 120 (+38)
SpA: 60 → 70 (+10)
SpD: 82 → 120 (+38)
Spe: 75 → 55 (-20)

Stench/Weak Armor/AftermathAftermath

New
Moves: Bulk Up
  • Good attack and bulk.
  • A secondary fighting type gives Garbodor a semi-unique typing, shared only with Croagunk and Toxicroak. It also gives it STAB on Drain Punch which is one of Garbodor's only forms of recovery.
  • Aftermath isn't an amazing ability, but it makes physical attackers a little bit more wary to be aggressive against Garbodor.
  • Bulk Up allows Garbodor to attempt to use its decent special bulk to set up.
  • Garbodor is very slow which makes it struggle against fast offensive teams.
  • Ground is an extremely common offensive typing and even with Garbodor's good bulk, Pokemon such as Landorus-T, Garchomp and Excadrill are going to do heavy damage to it.

Possible Sets:

Defensive


Garbodor @ Garbodorite

Aftermath

252 HP/4 Def/252 SpD

Careful

Gunk Shot
Drain Punch
Spikes
Toxic/Toxic Spikes

Bulk Up

Garbodor @ Garbodorite

Aftermath

252 HP/4 Def/252 SpD

Careful

Bulk Up
Drain Punch
Gunk Shot
Rock Blast/Toxic/Rock Polish
 
Muk-Mega


Poison → Poison/Fighting

Stench / Sticky Hold / Poison Touch → Triage

HP:
105 → 105 (0)
Atk: 105 → 155 (+50)
Def: 75 → 110 (+35)
SpA: 65 → 50 (-15)
SpD: 100 → 120 (+20)
Spe: 50 → 60 (+10)

New Moves: Drain Punch, Toxic Spikes

Mega Muk's main niche lies in its ability Triage, which gives its Drain Punch and Giga Drain lol, priority. This, along with its new Fighting-type, allows it to check/counter (Mega) TTar, Exca, Tran, and Weavile before they can move. It also now has the bulk to take one of their attacks and retaliate. Toxic Spikes is also added because of it being a literal pile of sludge, and could also wear down many of its checks. However, this new Fighting-type makes it struggle even more against Mega Medi and Mew due to its new 4x weakness to Psychic. It also suffers from being unable to break through common defensive 'mons like Steela, Gliscor, and Pex, which can either deplete its health with Leech Seed, hit it with STAB EQ, or burn it with Scald respectively.

Weezing-Mega

Poison → Poison/Fire

Levitate Contrary

HP
: 65 (0)
Atk: 90 95 (+5)
Def: 120 140 (+20)
SpA: 85 130 (+45)
SpD: 70 90 (+20)
Spe: 60 70 (+10)

New Move: Overheat

Pretty-self explanatory, Mega Weezing uses Overheat with Contrary to boost its rather lacking Sp. Atk. for a mega to dangerous levels. This could potentially break almost an entire team due to a pretty large number of pokes weak to Fire, like Steela, Bulu, Ferro, and Mage. It also receives a modest increase in bulk. However, losing Levitate and its new Fire-type means that it is now weak to SR and Ground-types like Exca, Lando-T, and Chomp can now easily KO it, limiting its switch-in opportunities. Its low speed is also a major detriment, meaning faster threats that can hit it super effectively like Scarf Lando-T, Mega Zam, Mega Medi, and Ash-Gren will mean it may not be able to pull off a sweep. It also cannot break Tran w/o HP Ground
 
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PokemonTypeAbilityNew MovesHPAtkDefSpASpDSpeBSTAnalysis
169052
Muk
169059
Stench, Sticky Hold, Poison Touch
2
105
105
75
65
100
50
500
169053
Muk-Mega
169060
169072
Iron Fist
Iron Head, Bullet Punch
105
138 (+33)
110 (+35)
70 (+5)
122 (+22)
55 (+5)
600
169054
Weezing
169061
Levitate
2
65
90
120
85
70
60
490
169055
Weezing-Mega
169062
169075
Levitate
Recover, Lava Plume
65
115 (+25)
160 (+40)
100 (+15)
90 (+20)
60 (+0)
590
169056
Garbodor
169063
Stench, Weak Armor, Aftermath
2
80
95
82
60
82
75
474
169057
Garbodor-Mega
169064
169089
Regenerator
Stealth Rock, Rock Slide
80
145 (+50)
115 (+35)
60 (+0)
82 (+0)
90 (+15)
574
 
Mega Muk
Type
: Poison/Steel
Ability: Filter
Ht: 6' 11"
Wt: 324.1 lbs
HP: 105
Atk: 105 + 45 = 150
Def: 75 + 50 = 125
SpA: 65
SpD: 100 + 25 = 125
Spe: 50 - 20 = 30
New Moves: Iron Head, Heavy Slam
Description: Muk gets filled with sewage pipes and radioactive waste. Mega Muk is a massive physical tank, thanks to the added Steel typing and while that's sort of back-lashed by its now-4x weakness to Ground, Filter helps remedy that. Just keep in mind that Mega Muk's a little slower now, thanks to all that Steel. Iron head and Heavy Slam are for STAB. As long as you don't take too many Earthquakes, you'll wreak some serious havoc with this.
Based on this.

Mega Weezing
Type
: Poison/Electric
Ability: Levitate
HP: 65
Atk: 90
Def: 120 + 45 = 165
SpA: 85 + 20 = 105
SpD: 70 + 50 = 120
Spe: 60 - 15 = 45
Description: Weezing's gas becomes highly conductive and (more) explosive. The physical parts of Weezing thicken considerably to compensate. Weezing already had access to Electric type moves. Electric typing does a few things for Weezing, both offensively and defensively. Defensively there is no cost to the Electric-typing, as Weezing possesses the Levitate ability. As a result, Weezing only benefits from this typing, offered 3 resistances. Offensively, Weezing gets STAB Thunderbolt.
Based on this.

Mega Garbodor
Type
: Poison/Steel
Ability: Landfill - (Berserk Clone) - Boosts the Pokémon's Spe stat when it takes a hit that causes its HP to become half or less.
HP: 80
Atk: 95 + 25 = 120
Def: 82 - 75 = 7
SpA: 60 + 60 = 120
SpD: 82 - 70 = 12
Spe: 75 + 60 = 135
New Moves: Iron Head, Flash Cannon
Description: Garboder's bag is ripped apart as it adds an egregious amount of trash to its body. This makes it enormous, but very unstable. Mixed Sweeper with frail defenses.
 


Mega Weezing
Ability:
Levitate
HP: 65
Atk: 90 ---> 100 (+10)
Def: 120 ---> 150 (+30)
SpA: 85 ---> 95 (+10)
SpD: 70 ---> 100 (+30)
Spe: 60 ---> 80 (+20)
Weight: 11.5 kg

New Moves: Gunk Shot, Recover
Description: A heavy tank. This guy has no weaknesses, while boasting a total 4 resistances and 1 immunity. New moves allow him to take and dish out damage. Also, 65/150/100 is nothing to laugh at with these new tools and abilities. No good Dark STAB, but Assurance/Payback are rather nice moves and 95 Special Attack is usable enough for a Dark Pulse. It even has Toxic Spikes to act as a lead.

pokedex.js
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learnsets.js
JavaScript:
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MFA Calc pokedex.js
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Mega Muk
Ability:
Aerilate
HP: 105
Atk: 105 ---> 130 (+25)
Def: 75 ---> 105 (+30)
SpA: 65 ---> 50 (-15)
SpD: 100 ---> 130 (+30)
Spe: 50 ---> 80 (+30)
Weight: 95 kg

New Moves: Rapid Spin, Agility
Description: I tried to make sure to differentiate between Alolan Muk and Mega Muk. I thought of how to make sure there's a difference so Mega Muk doesn't fulfill the same role. Now it doesn't. It instead makes an offensive spinner, akin to Forretress or Excadrill. I couldn't think of a good second move, as Flying STAB isn't needed due to Aerilate, but it could use a speed boost.

pokedex.js
JavaScript:
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formats-data.js
JavaScript:
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learnsets.js
JavaScript:
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MFA Calc pokedex.js
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Mega Garbodor
Ability:
Unaware
HP: 80
Atk: 95 ---> 130 (+35)
Def: 82 ---> 92 (+10)
SpA: 60 ---> 60 (0)
SpD: 82 ---> 92 (+10)
Spe: 75 ---> 120 (+45)
Weight: 150.1 kg

New Moves: Shadow Bone, Earthquake
Description: An offensive machine, but with the added power of ignoring any boosts of the opponents. With this, he should be able to just run through everything with just it's STAB and coverage. My main focus was to keep it Poison. It needs something to give it some originality, so I decided on that.

pokedex.js
JavaScript:
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items.js
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formats-data.js
JavaScript:
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learnsets.js
JavaScript:
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MFA Calc pokedex.js
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Mega Muk
Ability: Unaware
HP: 105
Atk: 105 ---> 145 (+40)
Def: 75 ---> 95 (+20)
SpA: 65 ---> 75 (+10)
SpD: 100 ---> 130 (+30)
Spe: 50 ---> 50 (0)
Weight: 30 kg

New Moves: Strength Sap, Toxic Spikes, , ,
Description: Bulky wall or tank. Its recovery option is slightly unreliable, however, and Poison is a pretty bad offensive typing.

pokedex.js
JavaScript:
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weightkg: 30, 
evoLevel: 1,
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learnsets.js
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Mega Weezing
Ability: Levitate
HP: 65
Atk: 90 ---> 110 (20)
Def: 120 ---> 150 (+30)
SpA: 85 ---> 110 (25)
SpD: 70 ---> 95 (+25)
Spe: 60 ---> 60 (0)
Weight: 9.5 kg

New Moves: Volt Switch, Recover, , ,
Description: Another bulky wall, but physical this time - Volt Switch is great for pivoting, but watch out for Ground-types because although Weezing has Levitate, it can't do much back.

pokedex.js
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formats-data.js
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learnsets.js
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MFA Calc pokedex.js
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Mega Garbodor
Ability: Mold Breaker
HP: 80
Atk: 95 ---> 130 (35)
Def: 82 ---> 102 (20)
SpA: 60 ---> 60 (0)
SpD: 82 ---> 102 (20)
Spe: 75 ---> 100 (25)
Weight: 107.3 kg

New Moves: Earthquake, Parting Shot, , ,
Description: A good offensive supporting mon, with Mold Breaker Spikes, Toxic Spikes, and Parting Shot, a decent offensive and defensive typing in Poison/Ground, and decent offensive and defensive stats.

pokedex.js
JavaScript:
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JavaScript:
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learnsets.js
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MFA Calc pokedex.js
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Weezing-Mega
Ability: Levitate ----> Aerilate
Typing: Poison/Flying

Stats:

HP: 65 ----> 65
Attack: 90 ----> 140 (+50)
Defense: 120 ----> 120
Special Attack: 85 ----> 85
Special Defense: 70 ----> 100 (+30)
Speed: 60 ----> 80 (+20)
Base Stat Total: 490 ----> 590
Movepool Additions: Gunk Shot
Description: Representing Air Pollution, Weezing gets the Flying typing. Weezing can now make good use of its Explosion, like it does in-game, as there are no Pokemon immune to the Flying-type (not even Shedinja). Gunk Shot gives it a powerful physical STAB that has eluded it for generations.



Muk-Mega
Ability: Stench / Sticky Hold / Poison Touch ----> Water Veil
Typing: Poison/Water

Stats:

HP: 105 ----> 105
Attack: 105 ----> 165 (+60)
Defense: 75 ----> 105 (+30)
Special Attack: 65 ----> 65
Special Defense: 100 ----> 120 (+20)
Speed: 50 ----> 40 (-10)
Base Stat Total: 500 ----> 600
Movepool Additions: Liquidation, Drain Punch
Description: Representing water pollution, Muk gets a Water typing. Its stat spread makes it a great Curse sweeper, which is further augmented by Drain Punch and its immunity to poison and burns.



Garbodor-Mega
Ability: Stench / Weak Armor /Aftermath ----> Gooey
Typing: Poison/Ground

Stats:

HP: 80 ----> 80
Attack: 95 ----> 115 (+20)
Defense: 82 ----> 132 (+50)
Special Attack: 60 ----> 70 (+10)
Special Defense: 82 ----> 102 (+20)
Speed: 75 ----> 75
Base Stat Total: 474 ----> 574
Movepool Additions:
Description: Representing land pollution, Garbodor gets a Ground typing. Garbodor-Mega acts as a physical pivot and speed neutralizer.
 

Mega Garbodor
Type:
Poison/Steel
Ability: Filter
Stats:
- HP: 80
- Atk: 95 --> 105 (+10)
- Def: 82 --> 132 (+50)
- SpA: 60 --> 60
- SpD: 82 --> 132 (+50)
- Spe: 75 --> 65 (-10)
- BST: 474 --> 574
- Weight: 236.6 lbs --> 709.8 lbs
New Moves: Recover, Heavy Slam

The Industrial Revolution has provided plenty of benefits to humanity; hell, I have mass production and capitalism to thank for the laptop that I'm typing on right now. However, our easy access to affordable products has come with a price, in the form of massive piles of garbage that are nearly impossible to get rid of.

And that's what Mega Garbodor is: a massive pile of garbage that's nearly impossible for the opponent to get rid of. Mega Garbodor will be a staple on toxic stall teams, thanks to its reliable recovery, excellent defensive typing, and its ability that lets it tank plenty of SE moves that it couldn't otherwise. (In fact, I calced it, and with max physical defense it has a chance of surviving an Earthquake from Landorus-T. How about that?)
 

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