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2 years ago#1
Do you find Eviolite useful? - Results (41 votes)
Yes, I use it on some Pokemon and it works well with my strategy
68.29% (28 votes)
No, I've tried it and would rather use the final evolution
4.88% (2 votes)
I don't use it
26.83% (11 votes)
This poll is now closed.
I've never used it before, but what do you think? What middle Pokemon do you think benefit competitively?
2 years ago#2
I prefer almost all my Pokemon evolved fully,mother wise it doesn't feel "complete" or something.

I think duskclops benefits most since its at a higher tier than dusknoir.
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2 years ago#3
Ever used it on a Dusclops? Yeah its pretty useful. Even in game it kept weaker Pokemon alive
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2 years ago#4
Bulky non-final evo Pokémon benefit greatly, like Porygon2 or Dusclops, because the Defense boosts are large. But they can still be crippled by status ailments.
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2 years ago#5
P2 is at the same tier as PZ (UU), P2. Chansey is inferior to Blissey, so I'd say P2 and Duclops are the only real beneficiaries as far as OU/Wifi is concerned.
2 years ago#6

And more.
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2 years ago#7
I do, particularly because there are some lower stage Pokemon I prefer to their higher forms, e.g. Magneton and Lickitung. Even in game, it's nice to give those guys that boost.
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