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What Pokemon is the master of tricks?

Discussion in 'Festival Plaza' started by Almandine-G, Jan 7, 2015.

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  1. Almandine-G

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    Basically, what Pokémon is the trickiest to deal with/ultimate user of tricky tactics?

    For me, it'd have to be M-Banette. With will-o-wisp, pain split and destiny bond, the critter can deal sizable damage to any team, being capable of one-shoting major threats on opposing teams with destiny bond, and spreading burns amongst enemy Pokémon.
     
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  2. Fantasma

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    there is only one correct answer and that is
    Sableye :^)

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    Stall Mega Sableye, stall Clefable, Stall Rotom-wash with his side-kick Landorua therian form.
     
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  4. The Unknown

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    Oh, I would give this title to Mega-Sableye. With Magic Bounce, will-o-wisp, and calm mind, it is the master of trickiness. its regular form is also very tricky with taunt and will-o-wisp. And it sure looks like a Pokémon that would deceive you.
     
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    Zoroark can be quite the tricky opponent if you don't watch out for it. Also, Sableye cam definitely be a threat too. I hate tricky Pokémon sometimes because of how much hax they can produce.
     
  6. TheBlazingInfernape

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    Lol Sableye. You troll me so hard.
     
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  7. Pitmore

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    Sableye, Sableye, Sableye, I think you forget Zoroark. Yes, we've all heard it before, but how else am I going to get it right and look good in the process?

    With illusion in its arsenal, it can counter tricks that was thought to be good against that 'Pokémon'. then we've got Zoroark's tricks such as... well... trick, when their illusion is broken, they can reveal the night daze which could lower accuracy, which is a pain in the ass. Zoroark is good on the type wise when it come to tricks, but in stats it lacks, don't underestimate it though, this can, and often will go pear shaped.

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    How has nobody ssaid this one. It's the one, the only.........

    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    In battle it looks cute & harmless, right? WRONG. Mew has a myriad arsenal of moves, meaning that it'll always have a trick up it's sleeve, whether it be passing off boosts with Baton Pass, sweeping your team with Nasty Plot or Swords Dance, Walling your team with it's defensive sets, acting as a lead with SR, or doing anything else with it's myriad arsenal, you will always be kept on your toes.
     
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    Dare I say... Wobbuffet?

    With such a limited movepool, you know what he's basically carrying. HOWEVER, he is a very tricky Pokémon to use and, if played right, be your strongest asset.

    If you use him on Pokémon that do not carry his counters, he can easily tank the damage and use Mirror Coat/Counter to his advantage. Encore to ensure either a switch or predict what the next move is going to be to set up Mirror Coat/Counter. Destiny Bond when you know you are about to die.

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    I define a tricky Pokémon by their many movesets, because you don't know quite what to expect. Some of these include:

    Sableye, Breloom, Hitmontop, Mew (and all of its counterparts pretty much), Hydriegon, Heatran, Togekiss.

    That's just to name a few.
     
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    Get tricked by [3D='hoopa']. :s

    While its normal form sucks in OU, its unbound is the most broken piece of crap ever and will get instabanned. The ironic thing is, even though it has Trick, it'll probably never need it since its movepool is so deep that defensive Pokes might as well drown in it.

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    Can you imagine this thing wearing a scarf? 'nuf said.
     
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  12. East

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    I've gotta agree with @[member="Noctis"] here.
    Wobbuffet is one of my favorite Pokémon of all time, and it's one of the hardest for people to deal with. You can never be 100% certain what it will do.
    ...Maybe this though: [​IMG]
     
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    Zoroark, for its ability and the moves it can learn.
    With its ability Illusion, it can cover its weakness of Fighting-type moves by disguising as a Ghost-Type (since Fighting has no effect whatsoever on Ghost) or it can disguise as a Poison- or Fighting-Type to avoid damage from a Psychic-Type move. If it knows the right moves, then it can quickly become a hell of a pain to defeat.:

    Punishment: The more the opposing Pokémon uses stat-raising moves, the more damage the move does. The more your Pokémon use stat-raising moves, the more damage Punishment does.

    Agility: Zoroark has a pretty decent speed, and, if it uses this move enough, it can attack fast (and more likely) first.

    Night Daze: Good move; 40% chance of lowering your Pokémon's accuracy.

    Night Slash: Critical hits land more easily.

    Zoroark is pretty tricky, but if it knows the right moves, it can become quickly impossible to defeat.
     
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