You didn't save that replay. Which is a shame, because I really wanted to see it. Anyway:http://replay.pokemonshowdown.com/battle-hackmons1v1-270160322
That moment in which your opponent cannot even move. 1v1 magic I suppose.
http://replay.pokemonshowdown.com/battle-hackmons1v1-270181944You didn't save that replay. Which is a shame, because I really wanted to see it.
Regice aside, what is that Jolteon doing with Hyper Voice? This is AAA, not Metagamite. Not to mention the Fell Stinger Escavlier that didn't work due to the magic of Life Orb recoil.http://replay.pokemonshowdown.com/almostanyability-270249637
That Regice appears to be having an identity crisis
This made me laugh the hardest I've had for a while. It's a real piece of modern art. I'm just asking myself, why?https://replay.pokemonshowdown.com/anythinggoes-270136021
- Lt. Surge's Original Team at the same levels swept by a Mega Rayquaza with a rather crappy moveset.
let's not forget the irony of Critdra getting ko'd by a critical hit sucker punch lolOf all the moves you could possibly sketch...itemed Acro. Slow clap.
Mono dragon on the left. Zard-X goes mega immediately and pays the price, while Nidoqueen gives Rayquaza a clean switch and also pays the price. (Nidos usually run Ice Beam anyway, right? Come on.) The dragons find themselves walled by a Mew...until turn 19 when it is inexplicably sacked, following Mew choosing to swing rather than burn. There's also a Bisharp taking an HP Fire to the face, that's pretty funny.
I dunno. If the replay is any indication, Seismic Toss has niche utility as a Substitute-breaking move; had Quagsire been running just about anything else, Mega Gyarados could have set up all over it. Quag's owner still lost because their team and play weren't very good, but I don't think that move choice is silly.http://replay.pokemonshowdown.com/monotype-271466182
Excadrill sent into an obvious EQ (there goes your hazard removal) and Counter/Seismic Toss Quagsire (it's not Chansey, you know).