This thread is your best friend when it comes to speed and EV's: https://www.smogon.com/forums/threads/crown-tundra-speed-tiers.3672175/How much speed should I be running on banded Melmetal? I feel like Bold Clefable is the most notable benchmark but maybe I'm forgetting something
https://www.smogon.com/forums/forums/ss-ou-teams.545/Is there a 'rate my team thread' or something like that? I want to get into team building and would really appreciate some advice on my team.
While this is more a question more suited for the RMT thread, it applies forum-wide. You can post an SS-OU team and you'd have to wait 2 weeks before posting a lower-tier or past gens team in order for it to not get locked (if you follow the other rules anyways, which you can find here).Question about the rmt sections. According to the rules, you can only post one team per two weeks. Does this apply to all sections (past gens and ss) teams at the same time? Like for example, if I post an rmt in the ss teams, do I have to wait for two weeks before I can post in the past gen teams or is the two week limit only specific to each generation?
Do you mean the analyses on the strategy dex? Sample sets will be put up once we start up OU C&C again, which should be a couple weeks from now, when the metagame has stabilized some more.When will the OU Pokémon move sets be posted for the new Pokémon added to tundra ?
Hi,I've been fooling around with Sun a bit, and while I've been using Cresselia as a second Sun setter and Lunar Dance supporter...it's Cresselia.
What are some other Sun supports y'all like to use?
Clefable cannot really fit both moves on the same slot at all unfortunately unless its stall. Reason being that with Knock Off and Thunder Wave as support moves, Clefable becomes less passive because they significantly limit the Pokemon that can switch into it without losing speed or even worse, an item. With Wish + Heal Bell on the same set, it becomes more of a momentum suck if anything because it easily lets in offensive pressure from stuff like Melmetal and Landorus-I incredibly easily. Going one of the two moves is your best option in my opinion.I'm trying to learn to be good at not just playing HO. In this effort, I really want to integrate wish and heal bell on a team with some real offensive presence. Should I stuff both moves onto Clef or am I better served splitting them up?
Two factors contribute to this I would say. The first is the series of buffs Future Sight received over the generations. As of Gen 6 and onward it has 120 BP and 100 Acc, but before then it had much lower power and even less than perfect accuracy (see Bulbapedia entry for more info). The second would be that the Teleport changes allow for certain Future Sight users to set up the attack and safely pivot out with negative priority, a HUGE advantage over simply switching out and something that they could not do in previous generations (think Slowbro and Slowking).I always wonder why Future Sight is a viable move since two or three generation lately, why is that?
Galar-Zapdos is a great teammate already to Spectrier as it can pressure Normal-types such as Chansey and Blissey, furthermore Galar-Zapdos can pressure Tyranitar and Urshifu, which are huge threats to Spectrier.I am running a Nasty Plot Spectrier and CB Gapdos core, anyone have any good ideas for teammates?
If you click on your name on the top right there you can check out your elo, gxe, and so on, furthermore when you type in /rank (not bolded on PS) in any room of PS you can find out your ranking which includes elo, gxe, and win/loss ratio, moreover you can reset your win/loss ratio there.On the showdown program, can you check how much elo you currently have without doing a battle? If yes, then how?
If you click on your name on the top right there you can check out your elo, gxe, and so on, furthermore when you type in /rank (not bolded on PS) in any room of PS you can find out your ranking which includes elo, gxe, and win/loss ratio, moreover you can reset your win/loss ratio there.
But I think Pokemon Showdown related Questions do belong here, as this SQSA-thread is reserved for OU related questions: https://www.smogon.com/forums/threa...re-read-original-post-before-posting.3520646/
Hope this information helped :)
You have to click again, when that tiny Window pops up, click on your name again. Will pop up in a different Tab.
Zygarde can be 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe as its EV spread.Running Zygarde under screens. What set should I use?
I figure Sub/DD/Arrows/Glare is the best set? What EVs? Open to changing moveset as well
edit: also, other good mons under screens?
Sub DD Pult has a really hard time in this metagame because of how fast and offensive everything is, and with the return of Magearna/Melmetal, it's troubled even more. As a result, it really lacks a lot of reliable setup opportunities. As with the previous metagames though, it really capitalizes well on passive targets and teammates able to open holes for it to clean.i love sub dd dragapult, but i can't build a team around it. Any pokemon that would go well with it?