M&M Rhyperior [Done]

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[SET]
name: Specially Defensive Stealth Rock
move 1: Stealth Rock
move 2: Earthquake
move 3: Stone Edge
move 4: Swords Dance
item: Tyranitarite
ability: Solid Rock
nature: Careful
evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Tyranitarite Rhyperior is a great special tank and Stealth Rock setter that can defensively check common threats like Regieleki, Ho-Oh, Galarian Slowking, non-Grass Knot Magearna, and Zapdos. Thanks to Swords Dance, it can also threaten switch-ins like Slowbro and Manectite Mew. Rhyperior pairs well with Pokemon like Slowbro, as Rhyperior can safely switch into Zapdos and Regieleki, which Slowbro has a hard time against. Slowbro in return is able to switch into Milotic, Hippowdon, and Groudon and pivot out with Teleport, gaining momentum. Rhyperior is vulnerable to physical Fighting-, Grass-, and Steel-types such as Buzzwole, Kartana, and Solgaleo. Therefore, it pairs well with Manectite Mew and Zapdos, as well as Milotic and Magearna, which can pivot into these Pokemon and switch out with Volt Switch or Flip Turn. Rhyperior also appreciates offensive partners such as Altarianite Entei and Dragapult, which take advantage of Rhyperior wearing down bulky Water-types such as Milotic with its offensive pressure.

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- Written by: [[Aggrometaile, 558636]]
- Quality checked by: [[iapt, 539897]], [[beauts, 484270]]
- Grammar checked by: [[Sulo, 528036], [Adeleine, 517429]]
 
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[SET]
name: Specially Defensive Stealth Rock
move 1: Swords Dance
move 2: Earthquake
move 3: Stone Edge
move 4: Stealth Rock
item: Tyranitarite
ability: Solid Rock
nature: Careful
evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Tyranitarite Rhyperior is a great Special tank as well as Stealth Rock setter in Mix and Mega. Rhyperior, as a bulky ground type is that is capable of defensively crippling checking mons like Regieleki, Ho-Oh, Lunala, rhyp is a fake lun check, rlly only in emergencies since it gets chipped down quick if the lun is +1 Galarian Slowking, non Grass Knot Magearna, and Zapdos. Thanks to its access to Swords Dance, it is also able to cripple threaten switchins like Slowbro and Manectite Mew. The spread of maximum HP and SpD maximises its capabilities as a SpD tank. dont need to specify max max evs on minis
Rhyperior's presence greatly benefits mons like Slowbro, as it can safely switch into mons like Lunala, same as above wrt lunala Zapdos and Regieleki, which Slowbro has a hard time against. Rhyperior is vulnerable to Ground- types, Fighting- types, Grass- types and bulky Water-types, I would maybe cut down this a little bit and give some examples and also do [type]- and [type]-types for future reference which is why it enjoys having teammates which can punish them, like Kartana, Slowbro, Kyurem, Zapdos, Regieleki and Yveltal. cut down this accordingly

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- Written by: [[Aggrometaile, 558636]]
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well done, most of it is just cutting a little bit of fluff, feel free to dm me with any questions QC 1/2
 

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[SET]
name: Specially Defensive Stealth Rock
move 1: Swords Dance
move 2: Earthquake
move 3: Stone Edge
move 4: Stealth Rock
item: Tyranitarite
ability: Solid Rock
nature: Careful
evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Tyranitarite Rhyperior is a great Special tank as well as and Stealth Rock setter that is capable of defensively checking mons common threats like Regieleki, Ho-Oh, Galarian Slowking, non-Grass (AH) Knot Magearna and Zapdos. Thanks to its access to Swords Dance, it is also able to can threaten switchins like Slowbro and Manectite Mew. Rhyperior's presence greatly benefits mons Pokemon like Slowbro, as it can safely switch into mons like Zapdos and Regieleki, which Slowbro has a hard time against. Slowbro in return is able to switch into Milotic, Hippowdon, and Groudon and pivot out with Teleport. Rhyperior is vulnerable to Ground-, Fighting-, Grass- and bulky Water- types, like Groudon, Buzzwole, Tapu Bulu and Milotic, which is why it enjoys having teammates which can punish them, like Kartana, Slowbro, Kyurem, Zapdos, Regieleki and Yveltal. Rhyperior is vulnerable to physical Fighting-, Grass- and Steel-types such as Buzzwole, Kartana, and Solgaleo. As such, it pairs well with Manectite Mew and Zapdos, as well as Milotic and Magearna, which can pivot into these Pokemon and switch out with Volt Switch and Flip Turn. Rhyperior also appreciates offensive partners such as Altarianite Entei and Dragapult, which take advantage of Rhyperior's ability to wear down bulky-water types such as Milotic with its offensive pressure. something like this at the end that goes into more detail about its pairings and why they're good.

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- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
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[SET]
name: Specially Defensive Stealth Rock
move 1: Swords Dance
move 2: Earthquake
move 3: Stone Edge
move 4: Stealth Rock
item: Tyranitarite
ability: Solid Rock
nature: Careful
evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Tyranitarite Rhyperior is a great special Special tank and Stealth Rock setter that is capable of defensively checking common threats like Regieleki, Ho-Oh, Galarian Slowking, non-Grass Knot Magearna, (ac) and Zapdos. Thanks to its access to Swords Dance, it can also threaten switchins like Slowbro and Manectite Mew. (fixed the extra paragraph here) Rhyperior pairs well with Pokemon Rhyperior's presence greatly benefits Pokemon like Slowbro, as it can safely switch into Zapdos and Regieleki, which Slowbro has a hard time against. Slowbro in return is able to switch into Milotic, Hippowdon, and Groudon and pivot out with Teleport. Rhyperior is vulnerable to physical Fighting-, Grass- and Steel-types such as Buzzwole, Kartana, and Solgaleo. As such, it pairs well with Manectite Mew and Zapdos, as well as Milotic and Magearna, which can pivot into these Pokemon and switch out with Volt Switch and Flip Turn in Milotic's case. Rhyperior also appreciates offensive partners such as Altarianite Entei and Dragapult, which take advantage of Rhyperior's ability to wear down bulky Water-types bulky-water types such as Milotic with its offensive pressure.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Aggrometaile, 558636]]
- Quality checked by: [[iapt, 539897]], [[beauts, 484270]]
- Grammar checked by: [[username1, userid1]]
 

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[SET]
name: Specially Defensive Stealth Rock
move 1: Swords Dance
move 2: Earthquake
move 3: Stone Edge
move 4: Stealth Rock (feel like Stealth Rock should be ordered as first move bc it's in set name + set is described as a defensive set. if there's some reason not to though, lmk)
item: Tyranitarite
ability: Solid Rock
nature: Careful
evs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD

[SET COMMENTS]
Tyranitarite Rhyperior is a great special tank and Stealth Rock setter that is capable of defensively checking can defensively check common threats like Regieleki, Ho-Oh, Galarian Slowking, non-Grass Knot Magearna, and Zapdos. Thanks to Swords Dance, it can also threaten switchins switch-ins like Slowbro and Manectite Mew. Rhyperior pairs well with Pokemon like Slowbro, as it Rhyperior can safely switch into Zapdos and Regieleki, which Slowbro has a hard time against. Slowbro in return is able to switch into Milotic, Hippowdon, and Groudon and pivot out with Teleport, gaining momentum. Rhyperior is vulnerable to physical Fighting-, Grass-, (AC) and Steel-types such as Buzzwole, Kartana, and Solgaleo. As such, Therefore, it pairs well with Manectite Mew and Zapdos, as well as Milotic and Magearna, which can pivot into these Pokemon and switch out with Volt Switch and Flip Turn in Milotic's case. Volt Switch or Flip Turn. Rhyperior also appreciates offensive partners such as Altarianite Entei and Dragapult, which take advantage of Rhyperior's ability to wear Rhyperior wearing down bulky Water-types such as Milotic with its offensive pressure.

[CREDITS]
- Written by: [[Aggrometaile, 558636]]
- Quality checked by: [[iapt, 539897]], [[beauts, 484270]]
- Grammar checked by: [[Sulo, 528036], [Adeleine, 517429]]

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