Where can I ask for opinion about my team.
More specifically the recoil is just really unwanted.Why isn't LO considered in Zeraora sets?
I only see Magnet/Expert Belt/Leftovers
Due to the recent Dracovish suspect (it's now banned), Shuckle has been taking up a majority of the ladder with hyper offensive teams due to it's combination of Stealth Rock + Sticky Web. Shuckle was really good at benefitting with Dracovish and beating Dracovish at the same time, as well as causing very fast battles.Why is Shuckle suddenly good now?
Well, the thing is, Inteleon is pretty darn terrible even with Sniper, so countering it should be fairly simple: bring Toxapex or Ferrothorn given it has no way to heavily damage them defensively. Offensive counters - well, let's just say Zeraora and even Kyurem take care of it fairly easily, so offensive counters for Inteleon are fairly easy to use and high in number.Best way/pokemon to counter or completely shut down the new Sniper Inteleon?
Assuming a set of:Toxapex
Previously it was Pokemon like Swift Swim Mantine and Mamoswine that could break down walls with their spammable STAB, but once it was discovered that Metronome will reset if the attack is blocked by Protect, it kinda fell off a cliff.I just found out the metronome item (not move) is a thing. Seems cool but what are the best users of that item?
A free switch is when a Pokemon is safely pivoted in with the usage of U-Turn or Volt Switch, so it can usually come in after the opponent's turn. A manual switch is where a Pokemon normally switches against another without having to come in after the opponent. The latter is used by checks and counters to that specific Pokemon.What's the distinction between a free switch and a manual switch?
Kommo-o @ Life OrbWhat is the standard set for LO DD Kommo-o?
+1 252 Atk Libero Cinderace High Jump Kick vs. 248 HP / 0 Def Rotom-Wash: 277-327 (91.4 - 107.9%) -- 50% chance to OHKOIsn't Rotom Wash a pretty good counter to Libero Cinderace? Currently working on right now, but I'm struggling on deciding on the nature/ev spread since it has so many options.
Corviknight walls it, but other Pokemon like Mandibuzz and Kommo-o can check it pretty effectively too.Bonus (only cause he's gotten no love): Counter for Grassy Terrain Rillaboom?
I am something of Rillaboom expert myself, so here are my counters and tips. Choice sets are easily walled by Corviknight,Mandibuzz and Kommo-o. Toxapex and ferrathorn can work but they must watch out for woodhamer and superpower respectively. Sword dance set (drum beating, acrobatics and superpower), has basically same conters, only that Kommo-o and non bravebird corviknight can be taken down by it, but toxapex can always switch in if does not have woodhamer as stab move. Faster threats such as Draggapult and Cinderace can also work, but they can lose after drum beating speed drop plus another attack (but after some chip). Sub bulk up sets are prone to being hazed by Toxapex and killed by inflitraitor Dragapult. Basically good defensive cores coupled with speedy threats should usually work out.Isn't Rotom Wash a pretty good counter to Libero Cinderace? Currently working on right now, but I'm struggling on deciding on the nature/ev spread since it has so many options.
Bonus (only cause he's gotten no love): Counter for Grassy Terrain Rillaboom?