Blastoise - Ocean Waters: Restores 50% of health, boosts Def and Sp. Def one stage until end of your opponenet's turn. Boosts wear off at the end of your opponent's next move.
Charizard - Dragon Mimic: By acting and appearing more dragon-like, Charizard sharply raises it's Sp. Atk and raises it's speed. (Maybe switches his secondary type to dragon until the end of the turn...but doesn't have to)
Venusaur - Photosyth Shot: Grass move, Special (90 BP), 15% Chance of Paralyzing the target. Boosted to 30% chance in Sun.
There you go, some moves that are good, but not OP like a lot of those in this topic.
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Someone was on to something with the Slaking thing, but maybe changing Truant: If hit with a directly damaging attack whilst loafing around, a random stat (including accuracy) is raised by 1, and another is lowered by 1.
Back to moves, anyway: Muk: Oil Slick (Poison) 40BP +1 priority move, physical.
Weezing: Gas Leak (Poison) 90BP special move, 10% chance to confuse the opponent.
Garbodor: Degradation/Decompose (Poison) +1 to evasion, +1 speed, halves weight. As Garbodor decomposes, it's size and stature compress and shrink, giving it less size but more agility.
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Change to a type that resist the type of the last attack used by your opponent.
Isn't that just Conversion 2?
It is. How about this one for porygon-z
Dimension shift 10 PP
Porygon-z shifts to another dimension for a turn. Any attacks while it is in another dimension will miss. This has a 30% chance of confusing the foe(s). An attack may be selected on the turn porygon-z returns to this dimension. (similar to shadow force, but may cause confusion and allows porygon-z to choose another attack on the turn it returns since this attack deals no damage). Porygon-z must not leave this dimension on the turn following its return to this dimension.
Hurricane force winds and blistering rain belt the target for massive damage. Even if the move misses it will start raining.
A good idea until you realize gyarados has a base sp attack of 60 and base att of 125. If this could somehow work as a physical attack it'd be better suited for a gyarados signature move. Other than that, I like it
Regirock Rebuild If Stealth Rock is on the side of the field that sent out Regirock, heals 25% damage after all other entry hazards have applied and removes the Stealth Rock.
Mew Proto Blast 80 BP Special Type: Psychic
This move ignores type weaknesses and resistances and always deals normal damage. Still receives STAB from Mew (but not Smeargle). Learned at Level 100 along with Aura Sphere (which was already there).
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