Wynaut (Analysis)

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[Overview]

<p>In previous generations, the taboo combination of Shadow Tag and Encore led to Wynaut being banned from standard play, along with its evolution, Wobbuffet. BW has changed this, and Wynaut can once again be used in standard play, albeit with a weakened Encore, as it now only lasts four turns. However, all is not bad news; the new Eviolite item boosts Wynaut's lackluster defenses to great levels, and in conjunction with the infamous CounterCoat combination, Wynaut is almost guaranteed to score a KO. However, the fact remains that Wynaut is complete Taunt bait, and has relatively poor defensive stats even with Eviolite, making it difficult to fit it onto most teams. Still, Wynaut's ability to counter virtually any threat in the tier and help its teammates set up with Encore gives it a respectable niche in the UU metagame.</p>

[SET]
name: Why Not in UU?
move 1: Counter
move 2: Mirror Coat
move 3: Encore
move 4: Safeguard / Tickle
item: Eviolite
ability: Shadow Tag
nature: Timid
evs: 16 HP / 120 Def / 120 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Wynaut remains one of the premier counters to attackers with a Choice item. Optimally, Wynaut is brought in after a KO, preferably on a Choice-locked attacker, so it can trap them with Shadow Tag and go for the KO with either Mirror Coat or Counter. Encore is the focal point of the set, forcing the opponent to repeat its move. This enables Wynaut to KO with Counter or Mirror Coat, or switch to an ally that takes little damage from the attack, enabling them to set up. Encoring a support or setup move allows Wynaut to give a teammate a free turn.</p>

<p>The final moveslot can be occupied by either Safeguard or Tickle; both have their individual advantages. Safeguard protects Wynaut's team from status moves, but with its low Speed, Wynaut may obtain a status effect of its own before it can set up. Tickle lowers the opponent's Attack and Defense stats, and when paired with a Pursuit user such as Spiritomb or Weavile, Wynaut can do huge damage to walls that it would not be able to hurt by itself. Wynaut can choose to run Tickle over any move, but it depends entirely on what you wish to accomplish with regards to the rest of the team.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>The EVs allow Wynaut to outspeed and Encore slower walls such as Chansey and Registeel, while maintaining the maximum available bulk. An alternate spread of 152 HP / 200 Def / 156 SpD with a Calm nature gives Wynaut more bulk while disregarding Speed. Pokemon that require only one turn of setup to sweep are great partners because Encore can provide them with the safety to switch in. Because of Wynaut's ability to trap and KO Pokemon, it partners very well with Pokemon that appreciate one specific counter removed. Pokemon such as Cobalion, Raikou, and Victini love having Nidoqueen, Chansey, and Rhyperior removed, and Wynaut is perhaps the best Pokemon to do the job. As Wynaut has no method of recovery, it enjoys the support of Wish passers such as Chansey. Receiving a Wish can enable Wynaut to trap and KO even more Pokemon, as long as it survives each onslaught. As with any grounded Pokemon, Wynaut hates entry hazards. Therefore, Hitmontop makes an excellent partner, as it is one of the premier Rapid Spin users in UU. In addition, Hitmontop can take out Dark-types and Pursuit users with its super effective STAB attacks.</p>


[Other Options]

<p>With a movepool consisting of only eight moves, Wynaut has the bare minimum when it comes to other options. Charm is outclassed by Tickle, while Destiny Bond is rather unimpressive with Wynaut's low Speed stat.</p>

[Checks and Counters]

<p>Due to the nature of Shadow Tag, Wynaut technically cannot be countered, as the only way to escape it is through using U-turn, Volt Switch, or Baton Pass, or by holding a Shed Shell. However, Wynaut is crippled severely by Taunt, as this restricts it to Counter and Mirror Coat. Similarly, Wynaut is particularly susceptible to Trick, as a Choice item will render it almost completely useless for the rest of the match. Priority moves or faster Pokemon can revenge kill Wynaut after it scores a KO as it will often be at low health. Special attacking Dark-types such as Houndoom, and physical attacking Ghost-types such as Golurk cannot be KOed by Wynaut as they are immune to Mirror Coat and Counter, respectively. Both Houndoom and Spiritomb deserve special mention, as they carry a strong Pursuit to trap Wynaut, while also being immune to one or both of its retaliation options.</p>

[Dream World]

<p>Wynaut's Dream World ability, Telepathy, is currently unreleased. Telepathy pales in comparison to Shadow Tag, which is the main reason for Wynaut's viability.</p>
 

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Oh yes its Wynaut!

  • The main spread should be 252hp/252Spe Timid. This lets it outspeed most of the slower walls like Chansey, Registeel, ie anything with less than 159 speed.
  • Mention the current spread in AC and de-slash Focus Sash.
  • The last moveslot should be Safeguard / Tickle. Destiny bond isn't that useful without Cutsap Berry.

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Thanks for the check PK, I'll make the changes you suggested.

@pie cream, Wynaut really needs the bulk of Eviolite to help survive strong hits, but the added recovery is nice. I'll leave it as just Eviolite unless a QC member thinks otherwise.
 

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The main spread should NOT have 252 HP. Wynaut's base HP stat is respectable, while its defenses are lacking to say the least...

16 HP / 120 Def / 120 SpD / 252 Spe
Timid should be the main spread as it has significantly better bulk both specially and physically.
 
I just checked (X-Act's applet) and this does seem to be the best spread, I will add this as the primary spread unless a QC member objects.
 
When writing the analysis, do you mind mentioning a few specific pokemon wynaut can systemically kill. The tendancy with wynaut and wob analysises is they just say it kills stuff, but they don't actually list any possible ideas that work.
 
Special Dark-types (like Houndoom) and physical Ghost-types (like....whatever physical Ghosts are in the tier) fear nothing from Wynaut, since they are immune to the attacks aimed at them. Perhaps that merits mentioning in the checks and counters section?
 

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mention somewhere that wynaut, even though it has defences similar to those of wobbs with eviolite (iirc; don't quote me on this), it's worse at reflecting damage due to the fact that it has a lower hp and a higher defence, meaning it has less potential for damage with counter.

also, a physical ghost pokemon is seismic toss dusclops.

EDIT: yes golurk

EDIT2: Leftovers Wynaut is terrible. It has 95/48/48 defences. Max/max is roughly equivalent to physically defensive espeon.
 
mention somewhere that wynaut, even though it has defences similar to those of wobbs with eviolite (iirc; don't quote me on this), it's worse at reflecting damage due to the fact that it has a lower hp and a higher defence, meaning it has less potential for damage with counter.
That said, how does Wynaut do with Leftovers?

I can't believe nobody mentioned Alomomola as a teammate!
 
@Scarfwynaut, the thing is Wobb and Wynaut analyses just say it can kill things because they both can KO indiscriminately. However, I will be sure to mention a few notable Pokemon trapped and KOed.

@Others, both Golurk and Houndoom already have been mentioned in Checks and Counters

@ParaChomp, Wynaut really needs the boosted defenses of Eviolite to help tank powerful hits IMO. I will make sure I mention WishPassers such as Alomomola when I am adding to this.
 

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if wynaut goes first, encore is only 3 turns. if wynaut goes second (normally the case with his speed, except on some walls), then its 4 turns.
 

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mention that you can conceivably run tickle over any of the moves on the set, but that it wholly depends on what your Wynaut is trying to accomplish.
 

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Go through and get rid of the accent on the e in Pokemon. We've changed the standard in that regard.
 

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[OVERVIEW]

<p>In previous generations, the taboo combination of Shadow Tag and Encore lead theto Wynaut being banned from standard play along with Wobbufett. With the dawn of Generation V and the reduction in the duration of Encore to 3 turns, this nerf has somewhat diminished the impact of this cute little Pokemon. However, it is not all bad news, because the new Eviolite item boosts Wynaut's lackluster defencesdefenses and combined with CounterCoat, Wynaut is almost guaranteed to score a KO. With its terrible stats, even with Eviolite, and the fact that it is Taunt bait, it is often hard to fit Wynaut onto a team. But its ability to help set-up with Encore and being able to literally counter any Pokemon, Wynaut can prove vital in providing an opening in which to sweep with a teammate.</p>

[SET]
name: Why Not?
move 1: Counter
move 2: Mirror Coat
move 3: Encore
move 4: Safeguard / Tickle
item: Eviolite
ability: Shadow Tag
nature: Timid
evs: 16 HP / 120 Def / 120 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Wynaut remains one of the premierepremier counters to choiced attackers. Optimally, Wynaut is brought in after the KO of one of your Pokemon, preferably on a choiced attacker, and traps them with Shadow Tag. Wynaut can then use the appropriate move between Counter and Mirror Coat to KO the opponent. Encore is the focal point of the set, forcing the opponent to repeat its move. This enables Wynaut to KO with Counter or Mirror Coat or switch to an ally that takes little damage from the attack. Encoring a support or set up move allows Wynaut to give a team mate a free turn to set up.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>The final moveslot can be occupied by either Safeguard or Tickle, both with their individual advantages. Safeguard protects Wynaut's team from status moves, however with Wynaut's low speed, it may be inflicted before it can Safeguard. Tickle lowers the opponents Attack and Defense stats, thus is best paired with a Pursuit user to ensure that the opponent cannot switch for free. Wynaut can conceivably run Tickle over any move but it depends entirely what you wish to accomplish for your team. The EVs allow Wynaut to outspeed and Encore slower walls such as Chansey and Registeel, while maintaining the maximum available bulk. An alternate spread of 152 HP / 200 Def / 156 SpD with a Calm nature gives Wynaut optimal bulk, disregarding speed.</p>

<p>Pokemon that only require one turn of set up to sweep are great partners because Encore can provide them with the safety to switch in. Because of Wynaut's ability to trap and KO Pokemon, it partners excellently with Pokemon that appreciate one specific counter removed. Pokemon such as Cobalion, Raikou and Victini really appreciate Wynaut's removal of counters through a combination of Tickle or outright KOing them. As Wynaut has no method of recovery, it enjoys the support of Wish passers such as Alomomola. Receiving a Wish can enable Wynaut trap and KO numerous Pokemon, as long as it survives each onslaught. As with any Pokemon, Wynaut enjoys entreentry hazards being removed from the field. Hitmontop, thereforeTherefore, Hitmontop makes andan excellent partners as it is one of the premiere Rapid Spinners in UU. In addition, Hitmontop can take out Dark-types and users of Pursuit with Intimidate and super effective STAB attacks.</p>

[OTHER OPTIONS]

<p>With a total movepool of eight, Wynaut has the bare minimum when it comes to other options available to it. Charm is outclassed by Tickle, while Destiny Bond is rather unimpressive with Wynaut's low speed stat.</p>

[CHECKS AND COUNTERS]

<p>Due to the nature of Shadow Tag, Wynaut technically cannot be countered, as the only way to escape is through U-turn, Volt Switch, Baton Pass or by holding a Shed Shell. However, Wynaut is restricted severely by the use of Taunt as it then can only use Counter or Mirror Coat. Similarly, Wynaut is particularly susceptible to the Tricking of Choice items. Users of Sleep inducing moves can gain sufficient turns in which to KO Wynaut through its rather poor defencesdefenses and. dueDue to the new sleep mechanics, Wynaut will likely remain incapacitated for the remainder of the match. Priority moves or faster Pokemon can revenge kill Wynaut after its initial KO as it will be often be on low health. Special attacking Dark-types and physical attacking Ghost-types such as Golurk cannot be KOed by Wynaut as they are immune to Mirror Coat and Counter, respectively. Both Houndoom and Spiritomb deserve special mention as they carry a strong Pursuit to trap Wynaut, as well being immune to one or both of Wynaut retaliation options.</p>

[DREAMWORLD]

<p>Wynaut's Dreamworld ability, Telepathy, is currently unreleased. Telepathy pales in comparison to Shadow Tag as it is the main reason why Wynaut is viable. A combination of Custap Berry and Destiny Bond allows Wynaut to potentially score two KOs, the second by activating Custap Berry and using the turn of priority to Destiny Bond the opponent.</p>
 

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[OVERVIEW] [Overview]

<p>In previous generations, the taboo combination of Shadow Tag and Encore lead the to Wynaut being banned from standard play, (comma) along with its evolution, Wobbufett Wobbuffet. With the dawn of Generation V and the reduction in the duration of Encore to 3 turns has somewhat diminished the impact of this cute little Pokemon BW has changed this, though, and Wynaut can once again be used in standard play, albeit with a weakened Encore, as it now only lasts four turns. However, it is not all bad news,; (semicolon) the new Eviolite item boosts Wynaut's lackluster defences to great levels, and combined with the infamous CounterCoat combination, Wynaut is almost guaranteed to score a KO. With However, it isn't all roses for Wynaut. Its terrible stats, even with Eviolite, and the fact that is Taunt bait, it is often hard to fit Wynaut onto a team. But, (comma) its ability to help set-upwith Encore, (comma) and being able to literally the fact that it can counter any Pokemon, gives Wynaut can prove vital in providing an opening in which to sweep with a teammate a respectable niche in the UU metagame.</p>

[SET]
name: Why Not?
move 1: Counter
move 2: Mirror Coat
move 3: Encore
move 4: Safeguard / Tickle
item: Eviolite
ability: Shadow Tag
nature: Timid
evs: 16 HP / 120 Def / 120 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Wynaut remains one of the premiere counters to choiced attackers with a Choice item. Optimally, Wynaut is brought in after the KO of one of your Pokemon a KO, preferably on a choiced Choice-locked attacker, and traps them so it can trap them with Shadow Tag, before taking them out with either Mirror Coat or Counter. Wynaut can then use the appropriate move between Counter and Mirror Coat to KO the opponent. Encore is the focal point of the set, forcing the opponent to repeat its move. This enables Wynaut to KO with Counter or Mirror Coat or switch to an ally that takes little damage from the attack, enabling them to setup. Encoring a support or set<remove space>up move allows Wynaut to give a team mate a free turn to set up.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>The final moveslot can be occupied by either Safeguard or Tickle,; both with have their individual advantages. Safeguard protects Wynaut's team from status moves, however, (comma) with Wynaut's low speed, it may be inflicted before it can Safeguard Wynaut may gain a status effect of its own before it can setup. Tickle lowers the opponents Attack and Defense stats, thus is best paired with a Pursuit user to ensure that the opponent cannot switch for free and when paired with a Pokemon that learns Pursuit, such as Spiritomb or Weavile, Wynaut can do huge damage to walls that it would not be able to hurt itself. Wynaut can conceivably choose to run Tickle over any move, (comma) but, (comma) it depends entirely on what you wish to accomplish for your team with regards to the rest of the team. The EVs allow Wynaut to outspeed and Encore slower walls such as Chansey and Registeel, while maintaining the maximum available bulk. An alternate spread of 152 HP / 200 Def / 156 SpD with a Calm nature gives Wynaut optimal bulk, disregarding speed.</p>

<p>Pokemon that only require one turn of set up to sweep are great partners because Encore can provide them with the safety to switch in. Because of Wynaut's ability to trap and KO Pokemon, it partners excellently with Pokemon that appreciate one specific counter removed. Pokemon such as Cobalion, Raikou, (comma) and Victini really appreciate Wynaut's removal of counters through a combination of Tickle or outright KOing them enjoy having Nidoqueen, Chansey, and Rhyperior removed, and Wynaut is perhaps the best Pokemon to do the job. As Wynaut has method of recovery, it enjoys the support of Wish passers such as Alomomola Chansey (duh). Receiving a Wish can enable Wynaut trap and KO numerous even more Pokemon, as long as it survives each onslaught. As with any grounded Pokemon, Wynaut enjoys the absence of entre entry hazards being removed from the field. Therefore, Hitmontop, therefore makes and excellent partners as it is one of the premiere Rapid Spinners in UU. In addition, Hitmontop can take out Dark-types and users of Pursuit with Intimidate and super effective STAB attacks.</p>

[OTHER OPTIONS] [Other Options]

<p>With a total movepool of eight only eight moves, Wynaut has the bare minimum when it comes to other options available to it. Charm is outclassed by Tickle, while Destiny Bond is rather unimpressive with Wynaut's low speed stat.</p>

[CHECKS AND COUNTERS]
[Checks and Counters]

<p>Due to the nature of Shadow Tag, Wynaut technically cannot be countered, as the only way to escape is through U-turn, Volt Switch, Baton Pass, (comma) or holding a Shed Shell. However, Wynaut is restricted severely by the use of Taunt as it then can only use this restricts it to Counter or and Mirror Coat. Similarly, Wynaut is particularly susceptible to the Tricking of Choice items. Users of Sleep inducing moves can gain sufficient turns in which to KO Wynaut through its rather poor defences and due to the new sleep mechanics, Wynaut will likely remain incapacitated for the remainder of the match. (Any Pokemon can be "countered" by a sleep move, so it is not necessary to list it here.) Priority moves or faster Pokemon can revenge kill Wynaut after its initial KO as it will be often be on low health. Special attacking Dark-types and physical attacking Ghost-types such as Golurk cannot be KOed by Wynaut as they are immune to Mirror Coat and Counter, respectively. Both Houndoom and Spiritomb deserve special mention as they carry a strong Pursuit to trap Wynaut, as well being immune to one or both of Wynaut retaliation options.</p>

[DREAMWORLD] [Dreamworld]

<p>Wynaut's Dreamworld ability, Telepathy, is currently unreleased. Telepathy pales in comparison to Shadow Tag as it is the main reason why Wynaut is viable. A combination of Custap Berry and Destiny Bond allows Wynaut to potentially score two KOs, the second by activating Custap Berry and using the turn of priority to Destiny Bond the opponent. (Shouldn't even be mentioned, as Telepathy is really useless.)</p>

Not bad considering you're new to C&C, but you need to read through some more of the already onsite analyses to get a feel for how analysis writing works.

My personal favorite is Dialga; the writing is excellent and the grammar is almost impeccable.

Also, in the UU forum, you should read some analyses by user: Honko, as they are all top-notch quality.

Good luck in your next analysis!

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Thanks for the tips and the checks, I'll be sure to take them into consideration when/if I ever do another analysis. The OP has been updated.
 

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[Overview]

<p>In previous generations, the taboo combination of Shadow Tag and Encore lead to Wynaut being banned from standard play, (comma) along with its evolution, Wobbuffet. BW has changed this, though, and Wynaut can once again be used in standard play, albeit with a weakened Encore, as it now only lasts four turns. However, it is not all bad news; (semicolon) the new Eviolite item boosts Wynaut's lackluster defences defenses to great levels, and combined with the infamous CounterCoat combination, Wynaut is almost guaranteed to score a KO. However, it isn't all roses for Wynaut. Its terrible stats, even with Eviolite, and the fact that is Taunt bait, it is often hard to fit Wynaut onto a team. But, (comma) its ability to help set-up(space)with Encore, (comma) and the fact that it can counter any Pokemon gives Wynaut a respectable niche in the UU metagame.</p>

[SET]
name: Why Not?
move 1: Counter
move 2: Mirror Coat
move 3: Encore
move 4: Safeguard / Tickle
item: Eviolite
ability: Shadow Tag
nature: Timid
evs: 16 HP / 120 Def / 120 SpD / 252 Spe

[SET COMMENTS]

<p>Wynaut remains one of the premiere counters to attackers with a Choice item. Optimally, Wynaut is brought in after a KO, preferably on a Choice-locked attacker, so it can trap them with Shadow Tag, before taking them out with either Mirror Coat or Counter. Encore is the focal point of the set, forcing the opponent to repeat its move. This enables Wynaut to KO with Counter or Mirror Coat or switch to an ally that takes little damage from the attack, enabling them to setup. Encoring a support or set<remove space>up move allows Wynaut to give a team mate teammate a free turn.</p>

[ADDITIONAL COMMENTS]

<p>The final moveslot can be occupied by either Safeguard or Tickle; both have their individual advantages. Safeguard protects Wynaut's team from status moves, however, (comma) with Wynaut's low speed, Wynaut may gain a status effect of its own before it can setup. Tickle lowers the opponent'(apostrophe)s Attack and Defense stats, and when paired with a Pokemon that learns Pursuit, such as Spiritomb or Weavile, Wynaut can do huge damage to walls that it would not be able to hurt itself. Wynaut can choose to run Tickle over any move, (comma) but, (comma) it depends entirely on what you wish to accomplish with regards to the rest of the team. The EVs allow Wynaut to outspeed and Encore slower walls such as Chansey and Registeel, while maintaining the maximum available bulk. An alternate spread of 152 HP / 200 Def / 156 SpD with a Calm nature gives Wynaut optimal bulk, disregarding speed.</p>

<p>Pokemon that only require one turn of set up to sweep are great partners because Encore can provide them with the safety to switch in. Because of Wynaut's ability to trap and KO Pokemon, it partners excellently with Pokemon that appreciate one specific counter removed. Pokemon such as Cobalion, Raikou, and Victini enjoy having Nidoqueen, Chansey, and Rhyperior removed, and Wynaut is perhaps the best Pokemon to do the job. As Wynaut has no method of recovery, it enjoys the support of Wish passers such as Chansey. Receiving a Wish can enable Wynaut trap and KO even more Pokemon, as long as it survives each onslaught. As with any grounded Pokemon, Wynaut enjoys the absence of entry hazards. Therefore, Hitmontop(space)makes an excellent partner as it is one of the premiere Rapid Spinners in UU. In addition, Hitmontop can take out Dark-types and users of Pursuit with super effective STAB attacks.</p>

[Other Options]

<p>With only eight moves, Wynaut has the bare minimum when it comes to other options. Charm is outclassed by Tickle, while Destiny Bond is rather unimpressive with Wynaut's low speed stat.</p>
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[Checks and Counters]

<p>Due to the nature of Shadow Tag, Wynaut technically cannot be countered, as the only way to escape is through U-turn, Volt Switch, Baton Pass, (comma) or holding a Shed Shell. However, Wynaut is restricted severely by the use of Taunt as this restricts it to Counter and Mirror Coat. Similarly, Wynaut is particularly susceptible to the Tricking of Choice items. Priority moves or faster Pokemon can revenge kill Wynaut after its initial KO as it will be often be on at low health. Special attacking Dark-types and physical attacking Ghost-types such as Golurk cannot be KOed by Wynaut as they are immune to Mirror Coat and Counter, respectively. Both Houndoom and Spiritomb deserve special mention as they carry a strong Pursuit to trap Wynaut, as well being immune to one or both of Wynaut retaliation options.</p>

[Dreamworld] [Dream World]

<p>Wynaut's Dreamworld Dream World ability, Telepathy, is currently unreleased. Telepathy pales in comparison to Shadow Tag as it is the main reason why Wynaut is viable.(no space)</p>

Not much to note (probably because elDino got it all).
But you shouldn't leave in, for example, (comma), as it's just something checkers use to make it clear that a comma should be put in there, as it can be hard to see it otherwise.
 

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