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It's a little late, but I have one recent one and, if you search through Winter seasonal you can get some other replays of me using it.Have any battles showing ninetails? Just havnt seen it at all and I’m a bit curious
I've been on the fence about nomming Ninetales-A myself for months; it's a super cheesy playstyle that may as well auto-lose to several fairly common team compositions but it can also be extraordinarily annoying to face in the right situations. Just offhand, it pretty much loses to essentially every common mega, gothitelle, and incineroar, and non-scarf sets struggle with literally everything faster than it. Scarf has a serious lack of moveslot spaces to take advantage of what it can do, Light Clay is extremely vulnerable at all times, and Sash often has trouble dying when it would like to to get something more widely useful in to use the limited AV turns. After all of that, it doesn't really enable setup that much better than Manectric-Mega with Snarl.
If it's ranked, no higher than 5.
I strongly support this, I can't think of situations where I've felt Bulu was particularly useful outside of trick room (ignore the replay I just posted) and I also don't think it's the best mon on any given trick room team. I agree with Stratos' proposition to drop it to 4; I think of it similarly to Aegislash or Gastrodon in usefulness rather than Diancie or Zapdos.Bulu to tier 3
Bulu really struggles to find traction in a lot of games. It's somewhat reliant on its terrain to be effective, it's scared out by too many things for a mon that just wants to be spamming a type that has lots of common resists, and its effectiveness frequently gets nerfed by the omnipresence of Incineroar. It's certainly not a bad mon, and it has games where it pops off like other tier 3 mons, but it falls flat often enough in a pretty large variety of ways that set it below more consistent behemoths like Charizard-Y, Kyurem-B, or Kartana.