Victreebel (Update)

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[Overview]

<p>Although Venusaur's popularity as a Swords Dancer may cast a shadow over Victreebel, it does have a few defining differences. It has a higher base Attack stat than Venusaur. Victreebel's access to Leaf Blade's high critical hit ratio may make the difference when hitting Pokémon like Swellow or Blaziken on the switch. Victreebel also has Chlorophyll, which makes it a better fit in Sunny Day teams then Venusaur. Sucker Punch also provides Victreebel with a priority move, something that Venusaur lacks. While Victreebel is very frail, it can switch in on a predicted Leech Seed or Toxic unscathed. Victreebel is an underrated sweeper that few teams prepare for.</p>

[SET]
name: Swords Dance
move 1: Leaf Blade
move 2: Sucker Punch
move 3: Swords Dance
move 4: Sleep Powder / Encore
item: Life Orb
nature: Adamant
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>With an Attack stat of 339 and an amazing STAB move in Leaf Blade, Victreebel has the ability to be a very potent physical sweeper in UU.</p>

<p>Leaf Blade is the standard STAB move on Victreebel. Sucker Punch helps take out threatening Pokémon who out speed Victreebel. Sleep Powder and Encore are both present on the set in hopes of letting Victreebel get in a free Swords Dance. Sleep Powder is the more preferable of the two. Encore requires a bit more prediction, but it can be useful when you switch in on a Leech Seed or Toxic.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>Some may point to Cacturne as a more effective user of this set due to Cacturne's STAB Sucker Punch and higher Attack stat. Victreebel has some advantages over its Grass/Dark-type cousin. Its base Speed is 15 points higher, allowing Victreebel to rely on Sucker Punch less to do damage. Victreebel's typing is defensively more reliable. It lacks the Fighting-, Bug-, and Poison-type weaknesses that Cacturne carries while lacking the Psychic-type immunity and sharing the Fire-, Ice-, and Flying-type weaknesses. Leaf Blade also has a higher Base Power than Seed Bomb.</p>

<p>This set is perfect for taking out bulky Water- and Ground-types, allowing your own Water- and Ground-types to take on the opposing team. It's also an awesome wall breaker. It's especially good at taking out Chansey and Clefable, who could give your special sweepers trouble later in the match. It's best to make sure the opponent doesn't have a Steel-type waiting in the wings to come in and ruin your set up. Also, it's best to ensure you have an answer to Steel-types to clear the road so Victreebel can sweep.</p>

[SET]
name: SubSalac
move 1: Leaf Blade
move 2: Sucker Punch / Return
move 3: Swords Dance
move 4: Substitute
item: Salac Berry
nature: Adamant / Jolly
EVs: 12 HP / 252 Atk / 244 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Like the previous set, the intent here is to allow Victreebel to sweep the opponent with a boosted Leaf Blade. However, instead of relying on boosting its Attack alone, this set aims to also boost Victreebel's below average Speed. Victreebel's best chance at making this set works is to switch it in on a Pokémon threatened by it and set up a Substitute. At this point, Victreebel can use Swords Dance behind the protection of the Substitute.</p>

<p>Due to Victreebel's below average defenses, its Substitute will be easily broken. This can be used to Victreebel's advantage. By continually using Substitute, Victreebel eventually reaches 25% health, which will activate the Salac Berry. With an Adamant nature and 244 EVs in Speed, Victreebel has a Speed stat of 237. After Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 355 Speed, which outspeeds all base 110 Pokémon and ties with Jolly Purugly. If Victreebel is running a Jolly nature, it reaches 260 Speed. When Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 390 Speed, outpacing all base 125 Pokémon. This is vital as you then outpace Swellow, who is a major threat to Victreebel.</p>

<p>The choice between Sucker Punch and Return relies on whether you're confident you can safely activate the Salac Berry. Return doesn't rely on the opponent attacking to work and does more damage overall. Ghost-types aren't a problem as Leaf Blade handles all of them in UU, even Haunter. Sucker Punch is helpful before the Salac boost, as it lets you take on faster opponents without boosting Victreebel's Speed.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>In order for this SubSalac set to work, it's best to make sure the opponent's priority user is out of the picture, especially Ice Shard users. And if one appears, make sure you have an answer. Steel-types are good partners with any Victreebel set, absorbing most super effective attacks thrown at Victreebel. Fire-types also pair well with Victreebel, absorbing the Ice- and Fire-type attacks thrown at it.</p>

[SET]
name: Sunny Day Sweeper
move 1: SolarBeam
move 2: Weather Ball / Hidden Power Ice
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Sunny Day
item: Life Orb
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Victreebel is usually too fragile to set up Sunny Day on its own, so it's best to have a sturdier team member use it and then switch Victreebel in for the sweep. The set is pretty straightforward. SolarBeam is a one-turn move in the sun and it will be Victreebel's main form of attacking on this set. In sunlight, Weather Ball is a Fire-type attack. This allows you to manhandle Steel-types switching in to Victreebel. It also hits Grass/Poison-types harder than Sludge Bomb would. However, Sludge Bomb hits Fire- and Flying-types more harshly, who will switch in to absorb SolarBeam as well. The last slot is personal preference. Sleep Powder will incapacitate an incoming counter. Sunny Day can be used if your initial Sunny Day user is out of the picture and you need some backup to be safe. You could also run Hidden Power Ice in the one of the last slots to hit Altaria for more damage.</p>

<p>The EVs allow you to outspeed max Speed base 95 Pokémon with a Choice Scarf when Sunny Day is active.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>In order for the Sunny Day sweeper to successfully function, one needs to make sure opposing weather changers are out of the picture. Luckily, Victreebel has the tools to take on all weather changers. All Rain Dance users are taken out by either Sleep Powder or SolarBeam. Snover is taken out in one hit by Hidden Power Fire. Hippopotas is mauled by a combination of Sunny Day and SolarBeam. A Fire-type can pair well with Victreebel to absorb attacks thrown at Victreebel by Pokémon looking to take advantage of Sunny Day. A Steel-type isn't as necessary to be paired with this Victreebel as they are usually hindered by Sunny Day. A way of taking out both Chansey and Clefable, such as Hariyama or Blaziken, is also necessary with this set as they wall it completely.</p>

[SET]
name: Growthbel
move 1: Energy Ball
move 2: Sludge Bomb
move 3: Weather Ball / Sleep Powder
move 4: Growth
item: Leftovers
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>While the boosts aren't as dramatic as with Swords Dance and you're working with the lower of Victreebel's attacking stats, this set's potential cannot be denied. Due to the lighter weight of Pokémon in UU, Energy Ball is preferred over Grass Knot on this set. If Victreebel has Sunny Day support, SolarBeam is also an option. Sludge Bomb will wreck any Grass-types that switch in. Hidden Power Fire is useful for Steel-types that will try to switch in to absorb Energy Ball and Sludge Bomb. Sleep Powder can also be used in this slot to allow Victreebel to use Growth without impediment. Stun Spore is also an option if you already have a sleep inducer on your team.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>In order for Growthbel to sweep successfully, Chansey needs to be out of the picture. It is best to have a strong physical sweeper to pair with Victreebel; a strong Fighting-move to overwhelm Chansey is preferable. Again, like all Victreebel sets, a Steel-type is necessary to absorb super effective attacks thrown at, especially if one chooses to go Hidden Power Ice to hit Altaria with over Hidden Power Fire.</p>

[SET]
name: Choice
move 1: Leaf Storm
move 2: Hidden Power Fire / Weather Ball
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Stun Spore
item: Choice Specs
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Victreebel's fragility sometimes makes it too difficult for it to set up. This is remedied by slapping Choice Specs on it, which allows Victreebel to hit hard right away. Unlike the other special sets, Leaf Storm is the prime choice here—Victreebel will be switching in and out so the Special Attack drop isn't as much of a hindrance. Leaf Storm guarantees an OHKO on 252 HP/252 SpD Milotic while Energy Ball only manages a 2HKO. Hidden Power Fire will again hammer any Steel- and Grass/Poison-type switching in to absorb Leaf Storm. If Victreebel has Sunny Day support, Weather Ball is an option as it has a higher Base Power than Hidden Power in the sunlight. And if a sandstorm is brewing, Weather Ball OHKOes 4 HP/0 SpD Altaria 100% of the time with Stealth Rock down. Sludge Bomb will slam any Grass-type that switches in. Sleep Powder is here because Victreebel's special movepool is lacking and it gives general support overall. Stun Spore is also an option as paralysis will help Victreebel or another slow Pokémon sweep later in the game.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>Choice Scarf is also a viable item choice, but Victreebel likes the power boost from Choice Specs.</p>

<p>As with the Sunny Day and Growthbel sets, Chansey is one of this set's biggest threats. Clefable is also another threat that needs to be handled by Victreebel's teammates. Pairing Victreebel with Magneton is helpful as you don't have to rely on Hidden Power Fire to take out opposing Steel-types and focus on using your STAB moves. Like all Choice sets, this set requires prediction. It's essential to have teammates take out threats who could turn the tides of the battle by using one of your mispredictions.</p>

[Team Options]

<p>Victreebel has the ability to hit very hard. However, it's incredibly frail and has several common weaknesses. If it lacks Hidden Power Fire and Sludge Bomb on its set, Victreebel will struggle against most Steel- and Grass-types. This is remedied by including Pokémon who are capable of taking on these types.</p>

<p>First and foremost, it's vital to include a Steel-trapper on any team that includes Victreebel. In UU, the only viable Pokémon with Magnet Pull are Magneton and Probopass. Magneton is preferable due to its higher base Speed and Special Attack, which allows it to 2HKO all UU Steel-types with a combination of Thunderbolt/Hidden Power Fire/Magnet Rise. Magneton is also able to take on the Flying-types that resist Victreebel's main STAB move. Victreebel is also capable of eliminating the Ground-types that wall Magneton, so the two work very well together. However, Victreebel and Magneton both struggle with Fire-types, so a bulky Ground- or Water-type is usually needed as well. Milotic, Quagsire and Nidoqueen perform well in this department. Victreebel and Magneton meanwhile handle any bulky Water-type that may stand in their way. Lastly, a fast Flying- or Fire-type who can take on bulky Grass-types is also important for Victreebel's survival. Blaziken, Moltres and Swellow perform well in this department. All three can take on Pokémon like Venusaur and Sceptile with Fire Blast and Brave Bird respectively. Stealth Rock is also important to Victreebel's success. Pinsir serves this role well, as it can also take on the Grass-types who trouble Victreebel.</p>

<p>Victreebel also likes Sunny Day support, as each set would like the Speed boost provided by Sunny Day. Uxie, Mesprit, and Ambipom are all decent Sunny Day users in UU. Arcanine can be used as well due to its moderate bulk and its immunity to Fire-type attacks, which couples well with Victreebel's weaknesses.</p>

[Optional Changes]

<p>A Choice Band set (Leaf Blade/Return/Sucker Punch/Sleep Powder) is viable, but it is usually outclassed by the Swords Dance and SubSalac sets. Victreebel has several support options available. Teeter Dance works alongside Stun Spore to leave the opponent with a small chance of attacking. Knock Off is an unique move that robs the opponent of its item. Reflect gives more team support. Gastro Acid and Worry Seed can mess with Pokémon who rely on their ability. Synthesis provides healing, but Victreebel is rather fragile so it doesn't make great use of it. If you use Synthesis, it's best used in a Sunny Day team. Victreebel can also run a Mixed set with Leaf Blade/Sucker Punch/Hidden Power Fire or Weather Ball/Sleep Powder. This set prefers Sunny Day support. On the SubSalac set, Liechi Berry is a viable option. You would also use Sucker Punch over Return as you are losing the Speed boost.</p>

<p>For most sets, it's easiest to just max out the attacking stat Victreebel is using for that set and max out its Speed. On the SubSalac set, 12 HP EVs bring Victreebel to 304 HP, which is divisible by four and allows Salac Berry to activate after using Substitute three times.</p>

[Counters]

<p>Steel-types resist everything Victreebel throws out bar the occasional Hidden Power Fire. Registeel in particular gives Victreebel trouble. It can switch in with impunity on the physical-based sets and incapacitate Victreebel with Thunder Wave. Steelix can switch in on the SubSalac set and Roar away its boosts. Magneton also switches in easily and KOeswith Hidden Power Ice or Hidden Power Fire. Chansey manhandles any special-based set. Venusaur and Tangrowth can switch in on a Leaf Blade and KO Victreebel with Sludge Bomb and Hidden Power Fire respectively. Essentially, any fast Fire- or Flying-type that can survive Sucker Punch that switches in safely will force Victreebel out. The frailer ones have to watch when switching in on Leaf Blade with its high critical hit rate, as it can easily KO Pokémon like Blaziken and Swellow in one hit.</p>
 

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I think you should definately add a Choice Scarf set, because Roserade doesnt have the option of using Physical attacks on it.

[SET]
name: Choice
move 1: Leaf Storm / Leaf Blade
move 2: Hidden Power Ice / Hidden Power Fire
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Sucker Punch
item: Choice Scarf

Something like that.
 
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In the Team options part:

<p>Victreebel also likes Sunny Day support. Each set would like the any set as the speed boost provided.</p>
Doesn't need the "any set as the". Also, maybe you can elaborate on this part (ie what pokemon can effectively set up Sunny Day and pros and cons of those?).
 
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I think you should definately add a Choice Scarf set, because Roserade doesnt have the option of using Physical attacks on it.

[SET]
name: Choice
move 1: Leaf Storm / Leaf Blade
move 2: Hidden Power Ice / Hidden Power Fire
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Sucker Punch
item: Choice Scarf

Something like that.
Well, I believe a set like that would be more effective with a Life Orb instead of Choice Scarf. I was thinking of adding it, but I hadn't tested it yet, so I was unwilling to add it to the analysis.

In the Team options part:

Doesn't need the "any set as the". Also, maybe you can elaborate on this part (ie what pokemon can effectively set up Sunny Day and pros and cons of those?).
Oh thank you for that. I elaborated more and fixed that error.
 

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Team options needs to be added to each set, PM a mod here when that is done so we can reopen this.
 
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Changes:

- Add Swords Dance set
- Add SubSalac set
- Remove Support set - Mention in Other Options
- Rewrite comments to reflect the new metagame

This is my first analysis, so there will probably be errors. I read the rules several times, so I hope that prevented me from making blatant mistakes. I'm far from the most poetic person, so some of my wording is probably awkward and I'd appreciate help in that aspect.

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[SET]
name: Swords Dance
move 1: Leaf Blade
move 2: Sucker Punch
move 3: Swords Dance
move 4: Sleep Powder / Encore
item: Life Orb
nature: Adamant
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>With an attack stat of 339 and an amazing STAB move in Leaf Blade, Victreebel has the ability to be a very potent physical sweeper in UU. If it manages to use Swords Dance, it has the ability to deal between 51%-60% to 252 HP / 0 Def Steelix with Leaf Blade. Sucker Punch helps take out faster enemies like Mismagius and Ninetales who otherwise outspeed Victreebel and easily knock it out. Sleep Powder and Encore are both present on the set in hopes of letting Victreebel get in a free Swords Dance. Sleep Powder is the first choice on the set. Sleep Powder's accuracy is an issue and a miss can spell the end of Victreebel's sweep. Due to this, it's best to switch Victreebel in on something you know will switch out, like Quagsire, and hope Sleep Powder will hit in the incoming counter. Encore requires a bit more prediction, but it can be useful when you switch in on a Leech Seed or Toxic.</p>

<p>Some may point to Cacturne as a more effective user of this set due to Cacturne's STAB on (remove) Sucker Punch and its (remove) higher Attack stat. Victreebel has some advantages over its Grass/Dark-type cousin. It's base speed is 15 points higher, allowing Victreebel to rely on Sucker Punch less to do damage. Victreebel's typing is defensively more reliable. It lacks the Fighting, Bug, and Poison-type weaknesses that Cacturne carries while lacking the Psychic-type immunity and sharing the Fire, Ice, and Flying-type weaknesses. Leaf Blade also has a higher BP then Seed Bomb.</p>

<p>There are a few other options on this set. Return can be used over Sucker Punch for a more reliable attack that doesn't rely on the opponent attacking. It is also a more effective method of damaging bulky Grass-types like Shaymin and Vileplume. This leaves Victreebel more vulnerable to faster Pokémon, so Sucker Punch is still recommended. Jolly is also an option over Adamant, but you miss some vital 2HKOs on Pokémon like Steelix.</p>

<p>This set is perfect for taking out bulky Water and Ground-types, allowing your own Water and Ground-types to take on the opposing team. It's also an awesome wall breaker. It's especially good at taking out Chansey and Clefable, who could give your special sweepers trouble later in the match. It's best to make sure the opponent doesn't have a Steel-type waiting in the wings to come in and ruin your set up. It's also best to ensure you have an answer to Steel-types to clear the road so Victreebel can sweep.</p>

[SET]
name: SubSalac
move 1: Leaf Blade
move 2: Sucker Punch / Return
move 3: Swords Dance
move 4: Substitute
item: Salac Berry
nature: Adamant / Jolly
EVs: 12 HP / 252 Atk / 244 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Like the previous set, the intent here is to allow Victreebel to sweep the opponent with a boosted Leaf Blade. However, instead of relying on boosting its attack alone, this set aims to also boost Victreebel's below average Speed. Victreebel's best chance at making this set works is to switch it in on a Pokémon threatened by it and set up a Substitute. At this point, Victreebel can use Swords Dance behind the protection of the Substitute.</p>

<p>Due to Victreebel's below average defenses, its Substitute will be easily broken. This can be used to Victreebel's advantage. By continually using Substitute, Victreebel eventually reaches 25% health, which will activate the Salac Berry. With an Adamant nature and 244 EVs in Speed, Victreebel has a Speed stat of 237. After Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 355 Speed, with outspeeds all base 110 Pokémon and ties with Jolly Purugly. If Victreebel is running a Jolly nature, it reaches 260 Speed. When Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 390 Speed, outpacing all Base 125 Pokémon. This is vital as you then outpace Swellow, who is a major threat to Victreebel.</p>

<p>The choice between Sucker Punch and Return relies on whether your confident or not you can safely activate the Salac Berry. Return doesn't rely on the opponent attacking to work and does more damage overall. Ghost-types aren't a problem as Leaf Blade handles all of them in UU, even Haunter. Sucker Punch is helpful before the Salac boost, as it lets you take on faster opponents without boosting Victreebel's speed.</p>

<p>In order for this SubSalac set to work, it's best to make sure the opponent's priority user is out of the picture, especially Ice Shard users. And if one appears, make sure you have an answer. Steel-types are good partners with any Victreebel set, absorbing most super effective attacks thrown at Victreebel. Fire-types also pair well with Victreebel, absorbing the Ice and Fire-type attacks thrown at it.</p>

[SET]
name: Sunny Day Sweeper
move 1: SolarBeam
move 2: Hidden Power Fire
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Sunny Day
item: Life Orb
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Victreebel is usually too fragile to set up Sunny Day on its own, so its best to have a sturdier team member use it and then switch Victreebel in for the sweep. The set is pretty straightforward. SolarBeam is a one-turn move in the sun and it will be Victreebel's main form of attacking on this set. Hidden Power Fire manhandles any Steel-type that will switch in absorb Victreebel's STAB moves. It also hits Grass/Poison-types harder than Sludge Bomb would. However, Sludge Bomb hits Fire and Flying-types hard, who will switch in to absorb SolarBeam as well. The last slot is personal preference. Sleep Powder will incapacitate an incoming counter. Sunny Day can be used if your initial Sunny Day user is out of the picture and you need some backup to be safe.</p>

<p>The EVs allow you to outspeed max speed Base 95 Pokémon with Choice Scarf when Sunny Day is active.</p>

<p>In order for the Sunny Day sweeper to successfully function, one needs to make sure opposing weather changers are out of the picture. Luckily, Victreebel has the tools to take on all weather changers. All Rain Dance users are taken out by either Sleep Powder or Solarbeam. Snover is taken out in one hit by Hidden Power Fire. Hippopotas is manhandled by a combination of Solarbeam and Sunny Day. A Fire-type can pair well with Victreebel to absorb attacks thrown at Victreebel by Pokémon looking to take advantage of Sunny Day. A Steel-type isn't as necessary to be paired with this Victreebel as they are usually hindered by Sunny Day. A way of taking out both Chansey and Clefable is also necessary with this set as they wall it completely.</p>

[SET]
name: Growthbel
move 1: Energy Ball
move 2: Sludge Bomb
move 3: Hidden Power Fire / Sleep Powder
move 4: Growth
item: Leftovers
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>While the boosts aren't as dramatic as with Swords Dance and you're working with the lower of Victreebel's attacking stats, this set's potential cannot be denied. Due to the lighter weight of Pokémon in UU, Energy Ball is preferred over Grass Knot on this set. If Victreebel has Sunny Day support, SolarBeam is also an option. Sludge Bomb will wreck any Grass-types that switch in. Hidden Power Fire is useful for Steel-types that will try to switch in to absorb Energy Ball and Sludge Bomb. Sleep Powder can also be used in this slot to allow Victreebel to use Growth without impunity. Stun Spore is also an option if you already have a Sleep Inducer on your team.</p>

<p>In order for Growthbel to sweep successfully, Chansey needs to be out of the picture. So (remove) It's best to have a strong physical sweeper to pair with Victreebel; a strong Fighting-move to overwhelm Chansey is preferable. Again, like all Victreebel sets, a Steel-type is necessary to absorb super effective attacks thrown at, especially if one chooses to go Hidden Power Ice over Hidden Power Fire on the set.</p>

[SET]
name: Choice
move 1: Leaf Storm
move 2: Hidden Power Fire
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Stun Spore
item: Choice Specs
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Victreebel's fragility sometimes makes it too difficult for it to set up. This is remedied by slapping a (remove) Choice Specs on it, which allows for (remove) Victreebel to hit hard right away. Unlike the other Special sets, Leaf Storm is an option hereVictreebel will be switching in and out so the Special Attack drop isn't as much of a hindrance. Hidden Power Fire will again hammer any Steel and Grass/Poison-type switching in to absorb Leaf Storm. Sludge Bomb will slam any Grass-type that switches in. Sleep Powder is here because Victreebel's special movepool is lacking and it gives general support overall. Stun Spore is also an option as paralysis will help Victreebel or another slow Pokémon sweep later in the game.</p>

<p>Choice Scarf is also a viable item choice, but Victreebel likes the power boost from Choice Specs. Roserade does this set (remove) much better, but this set can be used to surprise those who expect a Physical set from Victreebel.</p>

<p>As with the Sunny Day and Growthbel set, Chansey is one of this set's biggest threats. Clefable is also another threat that needs to be handled by Victreebel's teammates. Pairing Victreebel with Magneton is helpful as you don't have to rely on Hidden Power Fire to take out opposing Steel-types and focus on using your STAB moves. Like all Choice sets, this set requires prediction. It's essential to have teammates that take out threats who could turn the tides of the battle using one of your mispredictions.</p>

[Team Options]

<p>Victreebel has the ability to hit very hard. However, it's incredibly frail and has several common weaknesses. If it lacks Hidden Power Fire and Sludge Bomb on its set, Victreebel will struggle against most Steel- and Grass-types. This is remedied by including Pokémon who are capable of taking on these types.</p>

<p>First and foremost, it's vital to include a Steel-trapper on any team that includes Victreebel. In UU, the only viable Pokémon with Magnet Pull are Magneton and Probopass. Magneton is preferable due to its higher Base Speed and Special Attack, which allows it to 2HKO all UU Steel-types with a combination of Thunderbolt/Hidden Power Fire/Magnet Rise. Magneton is also able to take on the Flying-types that resist Victreebel's main STAB move. Victreebel is also capable of eliminating the Ground-types that wall Magneton, so the two work very well together. However, Victreebel and Magneton both struggle with Fire-types, so a bulky Ground or Water-type is usually needed as well. Milotic, Quagsire and Nidoqueen perform well in this department. Victreebel and Magneton meanwhile handle any bulky Water-type that may stand in their way. Lastly, a fast Flying-type who can take on bulky Grass-types is also important for Victreebel's survival. Crobat and Swellow perform well in this department, as they both outspeed Shaymin and Roserade and OHKO them with Brave Bird. Stealth Rock is also important to Victreebel's success. Pinsir serves this role well, as it can also take on the Grass-types who trouble Victreebel.</p>

<p>Victreebel also likes Sunny Day support, as each set would like the speed boost provided by Sunny Day. Uxie, Mesprit, and Crobat are all decent Sunny Day users in UU. Arcanine can be used due to its moderate bulk and its immunity to Fire, which couples well with Victreebel's weaknesses.</p>

[Other Options]

<p>A Choice Band set (Leaf Blade / Return / Sucker Punch / Sleep Powder) is viable, but it is usually outclassed by the Swords Dance and SubSalac sets. Victreebel has several support options available. Teeter Dance works alongside Stun Spore to leave the opponent with a small chance of attacking. Knock Off is an unique move that robs the opponent of its item. Reflect gives more team support. Gastro Acid and Worry Seed can mess with Pokémon who rely on their ability. Synthesis provides healing, but Victreebel is rather fragile so he doesn't make great of use it. If you use Synthesis, its best used in a Sunny Day team. On the SubSalac set, Liechi Berry is a viable option. You would also use Sucker Punch over Return as you are losing the speed boost.</p>

[EVs]

<p>For most sets, its easiest to just max out the attacking stat Victreebel is using for that set and maxing out its Speed. On the SubSalac set, 12 HP EVs bring Victreebel to 304 HP, which is divisible by 4 and allows Salac Berry to activate after using Substitute three times.</p>

[Opinion]

<p>Victreebel is a versatile, hard-hitting Pokémon who is often overlooked for Pokémon like Roserade and Shaymin. Victreebel can hit hard from both its Attack and Special Attack stat. It struggles against Steel-types, but this is easily remedied by giving it proper team support. Its ability to absorb Toxic Spikes also helps support the rest of its team. While Victreebel very frail, it can switch in on a predicted Leech Seed or Toxic unscathed. Victreebel is an underrated sweeper that few teams prepare for so it has the ability to sweep whole teams on its own (remove).</p>

[Counters]

<p>Steel-types resist everything Victreebel throws out bar the occasional Hidden Power Fire. Registeel in particular gives Victreebel trouble. It can switch in with impunity on the Physical-based sets and incapacitate Victreebel with Thunder Wave. Steelix can switch in on the SubSalac set and Roar away its boosts. Magneton also switches in easily and KOs with Hidden Power Ice or Hidden Power Fire. Vileplume can handle any Physical set without Return and knock Victreebel out of the picture with Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Hidden Power Fire, or Sludge Bomb. Chansey manhandles any Special-based set. Noctowl can resist anything a Special-based Victreebel can throw out and as an added bonus, it can't be put to sleep with Sleep Powder due to Insomia. It can then just Whirlwind Victreebel off the playing field. Roserade and Shaymin can switch in on a Leaf Blade and KO Victreebel with Sludge Bomb and Air Slash respectively. Essentially, any fast Fire or Flying-type that can survive Sucker Punch that switches in safely will force Victreebel out. The frailer ones have to watch out for Leaf Blade's critical hit rate as it can easily KO Pokémon like Ninetales and Swellow in one hit.</p>
 

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- Add Swords Dance set
- Add SubSalac set
- Remove Support set - Mention in Other Options
- Rewrite comments to reflect the new metagame

This is my first analysis, so there will probably be errors. I read the rules several times, so I hope that prevented me from making blatant mistakes. I'm far from the most poetic person, so some of my wording is probably awkward and I'd appreciate help in that aspect.

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[SET]
name: Swords Dance
move 1: Leaf Blade
move 2: Sucker Punch
move 3: Swords Dance
move 4: Sleep Powder / Encore
item: Life Orb
nature: Adamant
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>With an Attack stat of 339 and an amazing STAB move in Leaf Blade, Victreebel has the ability to be a very potent physical sweeper in UU. If it manages to use Swords Dance, it has the ability to deal between 51%-60% to 252 HP / 0 Def Steelix with Leaf Blade. Sucker Punch helps take out faster enemies like Mismagius and Ninetales who otherwise outspeed Victreebel and easily knock it out. Sleep Powder and Encore are both present on the set in hopes of letting Victreebel get in a free Swords Dance. Sleep Powder is the first choice on the set,but Sleep Powder's accuracy is an issue and a miss can spell the end of Victreebel's sweep. Due to this, it's best to switch Victreebel in on something you know will switch out, like Quagsire, and hope Sleep Powder will hit the incoming counter. Encore requires a bit more prediction, but it can be useful when you switch in on a Leech Seed or Toxic.</p>

<p>Some may point to Cacturne as a more effective user of this set due to Cacturne's STAB Sucker Punch and higher Attack stat. Victreebel has some advantages over its Grass/Dark-type cousin. Its base speed is 15 points higher, allowing Victreebel to rely on Sucker Punch less to do damage. Victreebel's typing is defensively more reliable. It lacks the Fighting, Bug, and Poison-type weaknesses that Cacturne carries while lacking the Psychic-type immunity and sharing the Fire, Ice, and Flying-type weaknesses. Leaf Blade also has a higher BP then Seed Bomb.</p>

<p>There are a few other options on this set. Return can be used over Sucker Punch for a more reliable attack that doesn't rely on the opponent attacking. It is also a more effective method of damaging bulky Grass-types like Shaymin and Vileplume. This leaves Victreebel more vulnerable to faster Pokémon, so Sucker Punch is still recommended. Jolly is also an option over Adamant, but you miss some vital 2HKOs on Pokémon like Steelix.</p>

<p>This set is perfect for taking out bulky Water and Ground-types, allowing your own Water and Ground-types to take on the opposing team. It's also an awesome wall breaker. It's especially good at taking out Chansey and Clefable, who could give your special sweepers trouble later in the match. It's best to make sure the opponent doesn't have a Steel-type waiting in the wings to come in and ruin your set up. It's also best to ensure you have an answer to Steel-types to clear the road so Victreebel can sweep.</p>

[SET]
name: SubSalac
move 1: Leaf Blade
move 2: Sucker Punch / Return
move 3: Swords Dance
move 4: Substitute
item: Salac Berry
nature: Adamant / Jolly
EVs: 12 HP / 252 Atk / 244 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Like the previous set, the intent here is to allow Victreebel to sweep the opponent with a boosted Leaf Blade. However, instead of relying on boosting its Attack alone, this set aims to also boost Victreebel's below average Speed. Victreebel's best chance at making this set works is to switch it in on a Pokémon threatened by it and set up a Substitute. At this point, Victreebel can use Swords Dance behind the protection of the Substitute.</p>

<p>Due to Victreebel's below average defenses, its Substitute will be easily broken. This can be used to Victreebel's advantage. By continually using Substitute, Victreebel eventually reaches 25% health, which will activate the Salac Berry. With an Adamant nature and 244 EVs in Speed, Victreebel has a Speed stat of 237. After Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 355 Speed, with outspeeds all base 110 Pokémon and ties with Jolly Purugly. If Victreebel is running a Jolly nature, it reaches 260 Speed. When Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 390 Speed, outpacing all Base 125 Pokémon. This is vital as you then outpace Swellow, who is a major threat to Victreebel.</p>

<p>The choice between Sucker Punch and Return relies on whether your confident or not you can safely activate the Salac Berry. Return doesn't rely on the opponent attacking to work and does more damage overall. Ghost-types aren't a problem as Leaf Blade handles all of them in UU, even Haunter. Sucker Punch is helpful before the Salac boost, as it lets you take on faster opponents without boosting Victreebel's speed.</p>

<p>In order for this SubSalac set to work, it's best to make sure the opponent's priority user is out of the picture, especially Ice Shard users. And if one appears, make sure you have an answer. Steel-types are good partners with any Victreebel set, absorbing most super effective attacks thrown at Victreebel. Fire-types also pair well with Victreebel, absorbing the Ice and Fire-type attacks thrown at it.</p>

[SET]
name: Sunny Day Sweeper
move 1: SolarBeam
move 2: Hidden Power Fire
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Sunny Day
item: Life Orb
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Victreebel is usually too fragile to set up Sunny Day on its own, so it's best to have a sturdier team member use it and then switch Victreebel in for the sweep. The set is pretty straightforward. SolarBeam is a one-turn move in the sun and it will be Victreebel's main form of attacking on this set. Hidden Power Fire manhandles any Steel-type that will switch in to absorb Victreebel's STAB moves. It also hits Grass/Poison-types harder than Sludge Bomb would. However, Sludge Bomb hits Fire and Flying-types hard, who will switch in to absorb SolarBeam as well. The last slot is personal preference. Sleep Powder will incapacitate an incoming counter. Sunny Day can be used if your initial Sunny Day user is out of the picture and you need some backup to be safe.</p>

<p>The EVs allow you to outspeed max speed base 95 Pokémon with Choice Scarf when Sunny Day is active.</p>

<p>In order for the Sunny Day sweeper to successfully function, one needs to make sure opposing weather changers are out of the picture. Luckily, Victreebel has the tools to take on all weather changers. All Rain Dance users are taken out by either Sleep Powder or Solarbeam. Snover is taken out in one hit by Hidden Power Fire. Hippopotas is mauled by a combination of Solarbeam and Sunny Day. A Fire-type can pair well with Victreebel to absorb attacks thrown at Victreebel by Pokémon looking to take advantage of Sunny Day. A Steel-type isn't as necessary to be paired with this Victreebel as they are usually hindered by Sunny Day. A way of taking out both Chansey and Clefable is also necessary with this set as they wall it completely.</p>

[SET]
name: Growthbel
move 1: Energy Ball
move 2: Sludge Bomb
move 3: Hidden Power Fire / Sleep Powder
move 4: Growth
item: Leftovers
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>While the boosts aren't as dramatic as with Swords Dance and you're working with the lower of Victreebel's attacking stats, this set's potential cannot be denied. Due to the lighter weight of Pokémon in UU, Energy Ball is preferred over Grass Knot on this set. If Victreebel has Sunny Day support, SolarBeam is also an option. Sludge Bomb will wreck any Grass-types that switch in. Hidden Power Fire is useful for Steel-types that will try to switch in to absorb Energy Ball and Sludge Bomb. Sleep Powder can also be used in this slot to allow Victreebel to use Growth without impediment. Stun Spore is also an option if you already have a Sleep Inducer on your team.</p>

<p>In order for Growthbel to sweep successfully, Chansey needs to be out of the picture. It is best to have a strong physical sweeper to pair with Victreebel; a strong Fighting-move to overwhelm Chansey is preferable. Again, like all Victreebel sets, a Steel-type is necessary to absorb super effective attacks thrown at, especially if one chooses to go Hidden Power Ice over Hidden Power Fire on the set.</p>

[SET]
name: Choice
move 1: Leaf Storm
move 2: Hidden Power Fire
move 3: Sludge Bomb
move 4: Sleep Powder / Stun Spore
item: Choice Specs
nature: Modest
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Victreebel's fragility sometimes makes it too difficult for it to set up. This is remedied by slapping Choice Specs on it, which allows Victreebel to hit hard right away. Unlike the other Special sets, Leaf Storm is an option here—Victreebel will be switching in and out so the Special Attack drop isn't as much of a hindrance. Hidden Power Fire will again hammer any Steel and Grass/Poison-type switching in to absorb Leaf Storm. Sludge Bomb will slam any Grass-type that switches in. Sleep Powder is here because Victreebel's special movepool is lacking and it gives general support overall. Stun Spore is also an option as paralysis will help Victreebel or another slow Pokémon sweep later in the game.</p>

<p>Choice Scarf is also a viable item choice, but Victreebel likes the power boost from Choice Specs. Roserade does this much better, but this set can be used to surprise those who expect a physical set from Victreebel.</p>

<p>As with the Sunny Day and Growthbel set, Chansey is one of this set's biggest threats. Clefable is also another threat that needs to be handled by Victreebel's teammates. Pairing Victreebel with Magneton is helpful as you don't have to rely on Hidden Power Fire to take out opposing Steel-types and focus on using your STAB moves. Like all Choice sets, this set requires prediction. It's essential to have teammates that take out threats who could turn the tides of the battle using one of your mispredictions.</p>

[Team Options]

<p>Victreebel has the ability to hit very hard. However, it's incredibly frail and has several common weaknesses. If it lacks Hidden Power Fire and Sludge Bomb on its set, Victreebel will struggle against most Steel- and Grass-types. This is remedied by including Pokémon who are capable of taking on these types.</p>

<p>First and foremost, it's vital to include a Steel-trapper on any team that includes Victreebel. In UU, the only viable Pokémon with Magnet Pull are Magneton and Probopass. Magneton is preferable due to its higher [color=#ff0ff]b[/color]ase Speed and Special Attack, which allows it to 2HKO all UU Steel-types with a combination of Thunderbolt/Hidden Power Fire/Magnet Rise. Magneton is also able to take on the Flying-types that resist Victreebel's main STAB move. Victreebel is also capable of eliminating the Ground-types that wall Magneton, so the two work very well together. However, Victreebel and Magneton both struggle with Fire-types, so a bulky Ground or Water-type is usually needed as well. Milotic, Quagsire and Nidoqueen perform well in this department. Victreebel and Magneton meanwhile handle any bulky Water-type that may stand in their way. Lastly, a fast Flying-type who can take on bulky Grass-types is also important for Victreebel's survival. Crobat and Swellow perform well in this department, as they both outspeed Shaymin and Roserade and OHKO them with Brave Bird. Stealth Rock is also important to Victreebel's success. Pinsir serves this role well, as it can also take on the Grass-types who trouble Victreebel.</p>

<p>Victreebel also likes Sunny Day support, as each set would like the speed boost provided by Sunny Day. Uxie, Mesprit, and Crobat are all decent Sunny Day users in UU. Arcanine can be used due to its moderate bulk and its immunity to Fire, which couples well with Victreebel's weaknesses.</p>

[Other Options]

<p>A Choice Band set (Leaf Blade / Return / Sucker Punch / Sleep Powder) is viable, but it is usually outclassed by the Swords Dance and SubSalac sets. Victreebel has several support options available. Teeter Dance works alongside Stun Spore to leave the opponent with a small chance of attacking. Knock Off is an unique move that robs the opponent of its item. Reflect gives more team support. Gastro Acid and Worry Seed can mess with Pokémon who rely on their ability. Synthesis provides healing, but Victreebel is rather fragile so he doesn't make great of use it. If you use Synthesis, its best used in a Sunny Day team. On the SubSalac set, Liechi Berry is a viable option. You would also use Sucker Punch over Return as you are losing the speed boost.</p>

[EVs]

<p>For most sets, it's easiest to just max out the attacking stat Victreebel is using for that set and max out its Speed. On the SubSalac set, 12 HP EVs bring Victreebel to 304 HP, which is divisible by 4 and allows Salac Berry to activate after using Substitute three times.</p>

[Opinion]

<p>Victreebel is a versatile, hard-hitting Pokémon who is often overlooked for Pokémon like Roserade and Shaymin. Victreebel can hit hard from both its Attack and Special Attack stat. It struggles against Steel-types, but this is easily remedied by giving it proper team support. Its ability to absorb Toxic Spikes also helps support the rest of its team. While Victreebel is very frail, it can switch in on a predicted Leech Seed or Toxic unscathed. Victreebel is an underrated sweeper that few teams prepare for.</p>

[Counters]

<p>Steel-types resist everything Victreebel throws out bar the occasional Hidden Power Fire. Registeel in particular gives Victreebel trouble. It can switch in with impunity on the physical-based sets and incapacitate Victreebel with Thunder Wave. Steelix can switch in on the SubSalac set and Roar away its boosts. Magneton also switches in easily and KOs with Hidden Power Ice or Hidden Power Fire. Vileplume can handle any [color=#ff0ff]p[/color]hysical set without Return and knock Victreebel out of the picture with Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Hidden Power Fire, or Sludge Bomb. Chansey manhandles any Special-based set. Noctowl can resist anything a special-based Victreebel can throw out and as an added bonus, it can't be put to sleep with Sleep Powder due to Insomia. It can then just Whirlwind Victreebel off the playing field. Roserade and Shaymin can switch in on a Leaf Blade and KO Victreebel with Sludge Bomb and Air Slash respectively. Essentially, any fast Fire or Flying-type that can survive Sucker Punch that switches in safely will force Victreebel out. The frailer ones have to watch when switching in on Leaf Blade with its high critical hit rate, as it can easily KO Pokémon like Ninetales and Swellow in one hit.</p>
 
#12
Victreebell is NU actually so does this have to be closed ? Ima not tryin to be an ass, but on the same page, there is an analysis to Sandslash which was closed due to Sandslash being NU and not UU ( Sandslash had around 1300 usages, Victreebell around 500 ).
The only difference I see is ( between the grammar mistakes the Sandslash analysis has ) is that this one is referring to UU while the former isnt... sry if ima wrong =S
 
#13
Victreebell is NU actually so does this have to be closed ? Ima not tryin to be an ass, but on the same page, there is an analysis to Sandslash which was closed due to Sandslash being NU and not UU ( Sandslash had around 1300 usages, Victreebell around 500 ).
The only difference I see is ( between the grammar mistakes the Sandslash analysis has ) is that this one is referring to UU while the former isnt... sry if ima wrong =S
I believe the issue with the Sandslash revamp was that the original poster was gearing the entire revamp towards solely the NU tier while they were supposed to be geared towards the UU metagame itself. I'm sure a staff member could correct me if I'm wrong.
 
#14
These set descriptions aren't bad, but the team options really need to be fleshed out a bit more to bring it on par with the other analyses.

Let me give you some examples:

<p>This set is perfect for taking out bulky Water and Ground-types, allowing your own Water and Ground-types to take on the opposing team. It's also an awesome wall breaker. It's especially good at taking out Chansey and Clefable, who could give your special sweepers trouble later in the match. It's best to make sure the opponent doesn't have a Steel-type waiting in the wings to come in and ruin your set up. It's also best to ensure you have an answer to Steel-types to clear the road so Victreebel can sweep.</p>
What pokemon can take out those Steel-types so that Victreebel can sweep? You should give mention to specific pokemon, not just the "type" of pokemon you're looking for. In this case you are looking for something like Moltres, Blaziken or a surprise HP Fire Roserade to take those Steels out.

<p>In order for Growthbel to sweep successfully, Chansey needs to be out of the picture. It is best to have a strong physical sweeper to pair with Victreebel; a strong Fighting-move to overwhelm Chansey is preferable. Again, like all Victreebel sets, a Steel-type is necessary to absorb super effective attacks thrown at, especially if one chooses to go Hidden Power Ice over Hidden Power Fire on the set.</p>
Not every pokemon that learns a Fighting move can counter Chansey....you need to mention specific things.

This is almost ready to go on site, it just needs the Team Options paragraphs of the sets to be more complete.
 
#15
Not to contribute to the grave-digging here, but if this analysis is still being worked on or considered for the site, then I think (almost) all of the sets should be stressing Sunny Day support, since this is just about the only thing that allows Victreebel yo avoid being completely outclassed by Venusaur.
 
#16
Okay, I'm back. And I'm reviving this to let everyone know I'm back to update it. I need to:


  • Remove references to former UU Pokemon (Roserade, Shaymin, etc.)
  • Explain why to use it over other SD Grass-types like Venusaur and Sceptile
Would you rather me update in this thread or post a new one?
 

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#17
Fixes and some comments.

Swords Dance said:
<p>With an Attack stat of 339 and an amazing STAB move in Leaf Blade, Victreebel has the ability to be a very potent physical sweeper in UU. If it manages to use Swords Dance, it has the ability to deal between 51%-60% to 252 HP / 0 Def Steelix with Leaf Blade. Sucker Punch helps take out faster enemies like Mismagius and Ninetales who otherwise outspeed Victreebel and easily knock it out. Sleep Powder and Encore are both present on the set in hopes of letting Victreebel get in a free Swords Dance. Sleep Powder is the first choice on the set, (space) but Sleep Powder's accuracy is an issue and a miss can spell the end of Victreebel's sweep. Due to this, it's best to switch Victreebel in on something you know will switch out, like Quagsire, and hope Sleep Powder will hit the incoming counter. Encore requires a bit more prediction, but it can be useful when you switch in on a Leech Seed or Toxic.</p>
Personally, I'd rearrange the sentence to "outspeed and easily knock Victreebel out". I just don't like how the current version sounds out.

Spacing problem after the comma there in the fifth sentence.

Swords Dance said:
<p>Some may point to Cacturne as a more effective user of this set due to Cacturne's STAB Sucker Punch and higher Attack stat. Victreebel has some advantages over its Grass/Dark-type cousin. Its base Speed is 15 points higher, allowing Victreebel to rely on Sucker Punch less to do damage. Victreebel's typing is defensively more reliable. It lacks the Fighting-, Bug-, and Poison-type weaknesses that Cacturne carries while lacking the Psychic-type immunity and sharing the Fire-, Ice-, and Flying-type weaknesses. Leaf Blade also has a higher Base Power than Seed Bomb.</p>

Speed is missing its capitalization.

When listing types like how you did it, you need to put hyphens with them.

BP should be spelled out entirely to Base Power.

"than" > "then" in the last part since it's a comparison.

Swords Dance said:
<p>There are a few other options on this set. Return can be used over Sucker Punch for a more reliable attack that doesn't rely on the opponent attacking. It is also a more effective method of damaging bulky Grass-types like Shaymin and Vileplume. This leaves Victreebel more vulnerable to faster Pokémon, so Sucker Punch is still recommended. Jolly is also an option over Adamant, but you miss some vital 2HKOs on Pokémon like Steelix.</p>
Shaymin is banned now. Also, since this is for UU, directing this toward Venusaur instead of Vileplume would make much more sense. So I guess you can you just mention "Grass-types like Venusaur".

Swords Dance said:
<p>This set is perfect for taking out bulky Water- and Ground-types, allowing your own Water- and Ground-types to take on the opposing team. It's also an awesome wall breaker. It's especially good at taking out Chansey and Clefable, who could give your special sweepers trouble later in the match. It's best to make sure the opponent doesn't have a Steel-type waiting in the wings to come in and ruin your set up. Also, it's best to ensure you have an answer to Steel-types to clear the road so Victreebel can sweep.</p>
Hyphen problems.

Avoid the "same starting word in sentences" repetition. I just rearranged the "also" to the start so avoid repetition.

SubSalac said:
<p>Due to Victreebel's below average defenses, its Substitute will be easily broken. This can be used to Victreebel's advantage. By continually using Substitute, Victreebel eventually reaches 25% health, which will activate the Salac Berry. With an Adamant nature and 244 EVs in Speed, Victreebel has a Speed stat of 237. After Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 355 Speed, which outspeeds all base 110 Pokémon and ties with Jolly Purugly. If Victreebel is running a Jolly nature, it reaches 260 Speed. When Salac Berry activates, Victreebel reaches 390 Speed, outpacing all base 125 Pokémon. This is vital as you then outpace Swellow, who is a major threat to Victreebel.</p>
Typo with "which" in the fifth sentence.

I am not sure if "base" should be capitalized or not, but you're both capitalizing and lower-casing it. Throughout the analysis, you've put it as lowercase, so I think you should lowercase the "base" that is before "125".

SubSalac said:
<p>The choice between Sucker Punch and Return relies on whether you're confident or not to safely activate the Salac Berry. Return doesn't rely on the opponent attacking to work and does more damage overall. Ghost-types aren't a problem as Leaf Blade handles all of them in UU, even Haunter. Sucker Punch is helpful before the Salac boost, as it lets you take on faster opponents without boosting Victreebel's Speed.</p>
Misuse of "your" here.

"you can" just didn't flow right. A replacement of "to" makes more sense.

Speed needs to be capitalized.

SubSalac said:
<p>In order for this SubSalac set to work, it's best to make sure the opponent's priority user is out of the picture, especially Ice Shard users. And if one appears, make sure you have an answer. Steel-types are good partners with any Victreebel set, absorbing most super effective attacks thrown at Victreebel. Fire-types also pair well with Victreebel, absorbing the Ice- and Fire-type attacks thrown at it.</p>
Hyphen problem.

Sunny Day Sweeper said:
<p>Victreebel is usually too fragile to set up Sunny Day on its own, so it's best to have a sturdier team member use it and then switch Victreebel in for the sweep. The set is pretty straightforward. SolarBeam is a one-turn move in the sun and it will be Victreebel's main form of attacking on this set. Hidden Power Fire manhandles any Steel-type that will switch in to absorb Victreebel's STAB moves. It also hits Grass/Poison-types harder than Sludge Bomb would. However, Sludge Bomb hits Fire- and Flying-types much more harshly, who will switch in to absorb SolarBeam as well. The last slot is personal preference. Sleep Powder will incapacitate an incoming counter. Sunny Day can be used if your initial Sunny Day user is out of the picture and you need some backup to be safe.</p>
Hyphen problems.

The part I changed got too vague. "hard" was getting too overused so a synonym change was appreciative.

Sunny Day Sweeper said:
<p>The EVs allow you to outspeed max Speed base 95 Pokémon with a Choice Scarf when Sunny Day is active.</p>
Capitalization problem and a missing word.

Sunny Day Sweeper said:
<p>In order for the Sunny Day sweeper to successfully function, one needs to make sure opposing weather changers are out of the picture. Luckily, Victreebel has the tools to take on all weather changers. All Rain Dance users are taken out by either Sleep Powder or Solarbeam. Snover is taken out in one hit by Hidden Power Fire. Hippopotas is mauled by a combination of Solarbeam and Sunny Day. A Fire-type can pair well with Victreebel to absorb attacks thrown at Victreebel by Pokémon looking to take advantage of Sunny Day. A Steel-type isn't as necessary to be paired with this Victreebel as they are usually hindered by Sunny Day. A way of taking out both Chansey and Clefable, such as using a Fighter like Hariyama, is also necessary with this set as they wall it completely.</p>
There's not much to change here, but I'd like to see what "ways" there could be to take care of the two special sponges there. Perhaps the addition of a Fighter will make this less shady.

Growthbel said:
<p>While the boosts aren't as dramatic as with Swords Dance and you're working with the lower of Victreebel's attacking stats, this set's potential cannot be denied. Due to the lighter weight of Pokémon in UU, Energy Ball is preferred over Grass Knot on this set. If Victreebel has Sunny Day support, SolarBeam is also an option. Sludge Bomb will wreck any Grass-types that switch in. Hidden Power Fire is useful for Steel-types that will try to switch in to absorb Energy Ball and Sludge Bomb. Sleep Powder can also be used in this slot to allow Victreebel to use Growth without impediment. Stun Spore is also an option if you already have a sleep inducer on your team.</p>
"sleep inducer" should be lower cased.

Growthbel said:
<p>In order for Growthbel to sweep successfully, Chansey needs to be out of the picture. It is best to have a strong physical sweeper to pair with Victreebel; a strong Fighting-move to overwhelm Chansey is preferable. Again, like all Victreebel sets, a Steel-type is necessary to absorb super effective attacks thrown at, especially if one chooses to go Hidden Power Ice over Hidden Power Fire on the set.</p>
You mention Hidden Power Ice here yet there isn't any talk about its usage over Hidden Power Fire anywhere. I think you should add in why one might prefer Hidden Power Ice over Fire in certain scenarios, perhaps in the first paragraph here.

Choice said:
<p>Victreebel's fragility sometimes makes it too difficult for it to set up. This is remedied by slapping Choice Specs on it, which allows Victreebel to hit hard right away. Unlike the other Special sets, Leaf Storm is the prime choice here—Victreebel will be switching in and out so the Special Attack drop isn't as much of a hindrance. Hidden Power Fire will again hammer any Steel- and Grass/Poison-type switching in to absorb Leaf Storm. Sludge Bomb will slam any Grass-type that switches in. Sleep Powder is here because Victreebel's special movepool is lacking and it gives general support overall. Stun Spore is also an option as paralysis will help Victreebel or another slow Pokémon sweep later in the game.</p>
I don't know; I just didn't like "the option" here. I think there needs to be more emphasize on how great an option Leaf Storm is over Energy Ball.

Hyphen problem.

Choice said:
<p>Choice Scarf is also a viable item choice, but Victreebel likes the power boost from Choice Specs. Roserade does this much better, but this set can be used to surprise those who expect a physical set from Victreebel.</p>
Roserade is now banned, so this part probably needs a revamp.

Physical should be lowercase.

Choice said:
<p>As with the Sunny Day and Growthbel set, Chansey is one of this set's biggest threats. Clefable is also another threat that needs to be handled by Victreebel's teammates. Pairing Victreebel with Magneton is helpful as you don't have to rely on Hidden Power Fire to take out opposing Steel-types and focus on using your STAB moves. Like all Choice sets, this set requires prediction. It's essential to have teammates that (remove) take out threats who could turn the tides of the battle by using one of your mispredictions.</p>
The one in deep blue should be removed; it's an extra word that screws the sentence.
EDIT: Actually, this is fine if you want to keep it with "that" now that I read it again.

It felt like there was a word missing in the last sentence.

VictoryBell said:
<p>Useful in both OU and UU with Sunny Day support, "Victorybell" earns its nickname for being the most deadly mixed Chlorophyll sweeper neck and neck with Tangrowth. To give you an idea of its power, (comma) "Victorybell" 2HKOs the following Pokemon after a Swords Dance with Leaf Blade: Steelix, Gliscor, Flygon, and Gyarados [Intimidate factored in]. "Victorybell" also OHKOs the Rotom-Appliances, Tyranitar, and Celebi (remove comma) after a Swords Dance with either Sucker Punch or Leaf Blade. Finally, Hidden Power Fire OHKOs Forretress, Scizor, and Lucario, and 2HKOs Skarmary, Jirachi, Metagross, and Magnezone under Sunny Day conditions.</p>
Is this set going to be split into an OU analysis? I've put edits for it anyways. If not, then I think you should stop mentioning OU targets and go specifically toward UU.

VictoryBell said:
<p>Many people wonder about the advantages this Victreebel has over Tangrowth, so to answer that question all one has to do is look at the higher Speed and Attack stats. While Tangrowth has to have max Speed just to outspeed (no space needed) Aerodactyl, and Jolteon with Sunny Day up in order to keep an offensive boosting Nature, Victreebel can simply use 112 Speed EVs to reach 407 Speed in Sunny Day, which is just enough to outspeed Scarf Rotom Appliances, Scarf Heracross, and a few others. Victreebel's secret weapon in Sucker Punch also allows it to sweep foes as a last resort when Sunny Day runs out. Obviously, the Speed requirements are less, and Swords Dance isn't always needed to deal with the bulky tanks of UU if you decide to use this "Victorybell' set there, but overall, the EVs should be kept the same.</p>
I did some grammar changes, but as mentioned last paragraph, the OU comments should probably be cut off for UU comments. I'll include this for the next paragraph as well so I don't keep repeating myself.

VictoryBell said:
<p>Pairing Victreebel with a solid way to handle OU Salamence and Heatran (Suicune, Porygon2), or UU Altaria and Arcanine (Quagsire, Gastrodon) will allow for (remove this) Victreebel a solid way to sweep through teams effortlessly. And don't worry about weather changers, since Victreebel can OHKO Tyranitar and Hippowdon with a +2 Leaf Blade, and OHKO Abomasnow with Hidden Power Fire even without Sunny Day thanks to Life Orb. Overall, if you don't find that Tangrowth suits your mixed sweeper needs on a Sunny Day team, Victreebel makes a fine replacement with higher Speed, Attack, and Sucker Punch, peaked at a (remove this) higher Attack and Special Attack stats than Shiftry thanks to much higher Base Stats (remove these) in comparison, and better typing to allow for more Swords Dances. Finally, Victreebel can absorb Toxic Spikes, which can plague many Sunny Day teams.<p>
I'll just talk about the last two part ("peaked" and "in comparison"). The sentence was really hard to understand, but I think the changes I made will make it sound out better.

I think the "thanks" part is killing the sentence... but if nothing feels right, I'd just delete the part altogether because it's really not flowing.

Team Options said:
<p>First and foremost, it's vital to include a Steel-trapper on any team that includes Victreebel. In UU, the only viable Pokémon with Magnet Pull are Magneton and Probopass. Magneton is preferable due to its higher base Speed and Special Attack, which allows it to 2HKO all UU Steel-types with a combination of Thunderbolt, Hidden Power Fire, and Magnet Rise. Magneton is also able to take on the Flying-types that resist Victreebel's main STAB move. Victreebel (space) is also (avoid dull repetition by deleting this) capable of eliminating the Ground-types that wall Magneton, so the two work very well together. However, Victreebel and Magneton both struggle with Fire-types, so a bulky Ground or Water-type is usually needed as well. Milotic, Quagsire, (comma) and Nidoqueen perform well in this department. Victreebel and Magneton meanwhile handle any bulky Water-type that may stand in their way. Lastly, a fast Flying-type who can take on bulky Grass-types is also important for Victreebel's survival. Crobat (banned) and Swellow perform well in this department, as they both outspeed Shaymin (banned) and Roserade (banned) and OHKO them with Brave Bird. Stealth Rock is also important to Victreebel's success. Pinsir serves this role well, as it can also take on the Grass-types who trouble Victreebel.</p>
Crobat can probably be replaced by Moltres (if so, then Fire Blast needs to have a "respectively" part alongside Brave Bird) and the Grass-types can be Venusaur and Tangrowth? Sceptile could get a mention too perhaps.

Team Options said:
<p>Victreebel also likes Sunny Day support, as each set would like the Speed boost provided by Sunny Day. Uxie, Mesprit, and Crobat are all decent Sunny Day users in UU. Arcanine can be used as well due to its moderate bulk and its immunity to Fire, which couples well with Victreebel's weaknesses.</p>
Capitalization problem.

I just think the added words of "as well" makes the sentence less dull.

Other Options said:
<p>A Choice Band set (Leaf Blade / Return / Sucker Punch / Sleep Powder) is viable, but it is usually outclassed by the Swords Dance and SubSalac sets. Victreebel has several support options available. Teeter Dance works alongside Stun Spore to leave the opponent with a small chance of attacking. Knock Off is an unique move that robs the opponent of its item. Reflect gives more team support. Gastro Acid and Worry Seed can mess with Pokémon who rely on their ability. Synthesis provides healing, but Victreebel is rather fragile so it doesn't make great of (remove this) use of (add "of" over here) it. If you use Synthesis, it's best used in a Sunny Day team. On the SubSalac set, Liechi Berry is a viable option. You would also use Sucker Punch over Return as you are losing the Speed boost.</p>
Just some word errors, a capitalization, and sentence flow fixes.

Opinion said:
<p>Victreebel is a versatile, hard-hitting Pokémon who is often overlooked for Pokémon like Roserade and Shaymin. Victreebel can hit hard from both its Attack and Special Attack stat. It struggles against Steel-types, but this is easily remedied by giving it proper team support. Its ability to absorb Toxic Spikes also helps support the rest of its team. While Victreebel is very frail, it can switch in on a predicted Leech Seed or Toxic unscathed. Victreebel is an underrated sweeper that few teams prepare for.</p>
Blue banned Pokemon. Probably just replace them with Venusaur.

Counters said:
<p>Steel-types resist everything Victreebel throws out bar the occasional Hidden Power Fire. Registeel in particular gives Victreebel trouble. It can switch in with impunity on the physical-based sets and incapacitate Victreebel with Thunder Wave. Steelix can switch in on the SubSalac set and Roar away its boosts. Magneton also switches in easily and KOs with Hidden Power Ice or Hidden Power Fire. Vileplume can handle any physical set without Return and knock Victreebel out of the picture with Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Hidden Power Fire, or Sludge Bomb. Chansey manhandles any Special-based set. Noctowl can resist anything a special-based Victreebel can throw out and as an added bonus, it can't be put to sleep with Sleep Powder due to Insomia. It can then just Whirlwind Victreebel off the playing field or attack with Air Slash. Roserade and Shaymin (Venusaur is the possible replacement) can switch in on a Leaf Blade and KO Victreebel with Sludge Bomb and Air Slash respectively (needs removal). Essentially, any fast Fire- or Flying-type that can survive Sucker Punch and switch in safely will force Victreebel out. The frailer ones have to watch out when switching in on Leaf Blade with its high critical hit rate, as it can easily KO Pokémon like Ninetales and Swellow in one hit (this isn't true for Ninetales as Ninetales takes 79.8% - 94.1% from an Adamant LO critical Leaf Blade so I'd remove the "Ninetales and" part).</p>
Maybe you should add that a majority of these counters should watch out for Sleep Powder.


I'll be checking on some more. I'm just posting just in case some magical power outage comes out.

I personally think you should just continue this thread. There really isn't much point in making a new thread unless you like the idea of "freshness".
 
#18
Shouldn't Weather Ball be an option on the 2 Sunny Day sets? It has a higher base power and does a lot more to Steels.

Damage Calculations:

Victreebel vs Standard UU Tank Registeel

Sunny Day Sweeper Set with Weather Ball: 61% - 72%

Victorybell Set with Weather Ball: 50.5% - 59.9%

Sunny Day Sweeper set with HP fire: 42.9% - 50.5%

Victorybell set with HP fire: 35.2% - 41.8%


As you can see with Weather Ball the 2 sets I mentioned can both 2HKO Registeel, while with HP fire only the Sunny Day Sweeper set can 2HKO Registeel with 2 layers of Spikes down. You can't win one on one but you can win if Registeel switches into a Weather Ball, which you can then proceed to KO it with another Weather Ball.
 
#19
This was written before Victreebel had Weather Ball in its move pool. I'm still writing up my final touches and adding in AromaFlora's edits. Expect it to be finished today.

Alright, all the edits have been added.
 
#20
I only eliminated it because I've never used the set before and the person who had written it before didn't do a very good job. And since I don't have much experience with the set, I felt I couldn't effectively write it on my own. So if someone else wants to write it up (stick to UU advantages for now), go right ahead.
 

Xia

On porpoise
is a Contributor Alumnus
#21
<p>Although Venusaur's popularity as a Swords Dancer may cast a shadow over Victreebel, it does have a few defining differences. It has a higher base Attack stat than Venusaur. Victreebel's access to Leaf Blade's high critical hit ratio may make the difference when hitting Pokémon like Swellow or Blaziken on the switch. Victreebel also has Chlorophyll, which makes it a better fit in Sunny Day teams then Venusaur. Sucker Punch also provides Victreebel with a priority move, something that Venusaur lacks. While Victreebel is very frail, it can switch in on a predicted Leech Seed or Toxic unscathed. Victreebel is an underrated sweeper that few teams prepare for.</p>


<p>With an Attack stat of 339 and an amazing STAB move in Leaf Blade, Victreebel has the ability to be a very potent physical sweeper in UU. If it manages to use Swords Dance, it has the ability to deal between 51%-60% to 252 HP / 0 Def Steelix with Leaf Blade. Sucker Punch helps take out faster enemies who outspeed Victreebel and easily knock it out. Sleep Powder and Encore are both present on the set in hopes of letting Victreebel get in a free Swords Dance. Sleep Powder is the first choice on the set, but Sleep Powder's accuracy is an issue and a miss can spell the end of Victreebel's sweep. Due to this, it's best to switch Victreebel in on something you know will switch out, like Quagsire, and hope Sleep Powder will hit the incoming counter. Encore requires a bit more prediction, but it can be useful when you switch in on a Leech Seed or Toxic.</p>


<p>Victreebel is usually too fragile to set up Sunny Day on its own, so it's best to have a sturdier team member use it and then switch Victreebel in for the sweep. The set is pretty straightforward. SolarBeam is a one-turn move in the sun and it will be Victreebel's main form of attacking on this set. In sunlight, Weather Ball is a Fire-type attack. This allows you to manhandle Steel-types switching in to Victreebel. It also hits Grass/Poison-types harder than Sludge Bomb would. However, Sludge Bomb hits Fire- and Flying-types more harshly, who will switch in to absorb SolarBeam as well. The last slot is personal preference. Sleep Powder will incapacitate an incoming counter. Sunny Day can be used if your initial Sunny Day user is out of the picture and you need some backup to be safe. You could also run Hidden Power Ice in the one of the last slots to hit Altaria for more damage.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>In order for the Sunny Day sweeper to successfully function, one needs to make sure opposing weather changers are out of the picture. Luckily, Victreebel has the tools to take on all weather changers. All Rain Dance users are taken out by either Sleep Powder or SolarBeam. Snover is taken out in one hit by Hidden Power Fire. Hippopotas is mauled by a combination of Sunny Day and SolarBeam [the way you had them listed implied SolarBeam would be used first]. A Fire-type can pair well with Victreebel to absorb attacks thrown at Victreebel by Pokémon looking to take advantage of Sunny Day. A Steel-type isn't as necessary to be paired with this Victreebel as they are usually hindered by Sunny Day. A way of taking out both Chansey and Clefable, such as Hariyama or Blaziken, is also necessary with this set as they wall it completely.</p>


[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>In order for Growthbel to sweep successfully, Chansey needs to be out of the picture. It is best to have a strong physical sweeper to pair with Victreebel; a strong Fighting-move to overwhelm Chansey is preferable. Again, like all Victreebel sets, a Steel-type is necessary to absorb super effective attacks thrown at, especially if one chooses to go Hidden Power Ice to hit Altaria with over Hidden Power Fire.</p>


<p>Victreebel's fragility sometimes makes it too difficult for it to set up. This is remedied by slapping Choice Specs on it, which allows Victreebel to hit hard right away. Unlike the other special sets, Leaf Storm is the prime choice here—Victreebel will be switching in and out so the Special Attack drop isn't as much of a hindrance. Leaf Storm guarantees an OHKO on max HP and Special Defense Milotic while Energy Ball only manages a 2HKO. Hidden Power Fire will again hammer any Steel- and Grass/Poison-type switching in to absorb Leaf Storm. If Victreebel has Sunny Day support, Weather Ball is an option as it has a higher Base Power than Hidden Power in the sunlight. And if sandstorm is brewing, Weather Ball OHKOes 4 HP Altaria 100% of the time with Stealth Rock down. Sludge Bomb will slam any Grass-type that switches in. Sleep Powder is here because Victreebel's special movepool is lacking and it gives general support overall. Stun Spore is also an option as paralysis will help Victreebel or another slow Pokémon sweep later in the game.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>As with the Sunny Day and Growthbel sets, Chansey is one of this set's biggest threats. Clefable is also another threat that needs to be handled by Victreebel's teammates. Pairing Victreebel with Magneton is helpful as you don't have to rely on Hidden Power Fire to take out opposing Steel-types and focus on using your STAB moves. Like all Choice sets, this set requires prediction. It's essential to have teammates take out threats who could turn the tides of the battle by using one of your mispredictions.</p>


<p>First and foremost, it's vital to include a Steel-trapper on any team that includes Victreebel. In UU, the only viable Pokémon with Magnet Pull are Magneton and Probopass. Magneton is preferable due to its higher base Speed and Special Attack, which allows it to 2HKO all UU Steel-types with a combination of Thunderbolt/Hidden Power Fire/Magnet Rise. Magneton is also able to take on the Flying-types that resist Victreebel's main STAB move. Victreebel is also capable of eliminating the Ground-types that wall Magneton, so the two work very well together. However, Victreebel and Magneton both struggle with Fire-types, so a bulky Ground- or Water-type is usually needed as well. Milotic, Quagsire and Nidoqueen perform well in this department. Victreebel and Magneton meanwhile handle any bulky Water-type that may stand in their way. Lastly, a fast Flying- or Fire-type who can take on bulky Grass-types is also important for Victreebel's survival. Blaziken, Moltres and Swellow perform well in this department. All three can take on Pokémon like Venusaur and Sceptile with Fire Blast and Brave Bird respectively. Stealth Rock is also important to Victreebel's success. Pinsir serves this role well, as it can also take on the Grass-types who trouble Victreebel.</p>


<p>A Choice Band set (Leaf Blade/Return/Sucker Punch/Sleep Powder [for consistency]) is viable, but it is usually outclassed by the Swords Dance and SubSalac sets. Victreebel has several support options available. Victreebel can also run a mixed set with Leaf Blade/Sucker Punch/Hidden Power Fire or Weather Ball/Sleep Powder. This set prefers Sunny Day support. Teeter Dance works alongside Stun Spore to leave the opponent with a small chance of attacking. Knock Off is an unique move that robs the opponent of its item. Reflect gives more team support. Gastro Acid and Worry Seed can mess with Pokémon who rely on their ability. Synthesis provides healing, but Victreebel is rather fragile so it doesn't make great use of it. If you use Synthesis, it's best used in a Sunny Day team. On the SubSalac set, Liechi Berry is a viable option. You would also use Sucker Punch over Return as you are losing the Speed boost.</p>

<p>For most sets, it's easiest to just max out the attacking stat Victreebel is using for that set and max out its Speed. On the SubSalac set, 12 HP EVs bring Victreebel to 304 HP, which is divisible by four and allows Salac Berry to activate after using Substitute three times.</p>


<p>Steel-types resist everything Victreebel throws out bar the occasional Hidden Power Fire. Registeel in particular gives Victreebel trouble. It can switch in with impunity on the physical-based sets and incapacitate Victreebel with Thunder Wave. Steelix can switch in on the SubSalac set and Roar away its boosts. Magneton also switches in easily and KOes with Hidden Power Ice or Hidden Power Fire. Chansey manhandles any special-based set. Venusaur and Tangrowth can switch in on a Leaf Blade and KO Victreebel with Sludge Bomb and Hidden Power Fire respectively. Essentially, any fast Fire- or Flying-type that can survive Sucker Punch that switches in safely will force Victreebel out. The frailer ones have to watch when switching in on Leaf Blade with its high critical hit rate, as it can easily KO Pokémon like Blaziken and Swellow in one hit. [removed some of the less viable/less seen counters]</p>
 

Age of Kings

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is a Forum Moderator Alumnus
#22
For optional changes, I think the sentence order should be switched around a bit.

Like this:
Victreebel has several support options available. Teeter Dance works alongside Stun Spore to leave the opponent with a small chance of attacking. Knock Off is an unique move that robs the opponent of its item. Reflect gives more team support. Gastro Acid and Worry Seed can mess with Pokémon who rely on their ability. Synthesis provides healing, but Victreebel is rather fragile so it doesn't make great use of it. If you use Synthesis, it's best used in a Sunny Day team. Victreebel can also run a Mixed set with Leaf Blade/Sucker Punch/Hidden Power Fire or Weather Ball/Sleep Powder. This set prefers Sunny Day support. On the SubSalac set, Liechi Berry is a viable option. You would also use Sucker Punch over Return as you are losing the Speed boost.
As you have it now, you mention support options and then have some random sentence about a mixed set. I propose putting the stuff from Teeter Dance through Synthesis after you mention support options so you elaborate on that point. What you have now is slightly confusing.
 
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