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POLL: The Best Generation VI Pokemon for Competitive Play

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2 years ago#11
KIngdomSora50 posted...
Can anyone tell me what's so good about Klefki?

Swagkeys

Thunder Wave
Swagger
Substitute
Foul Play (Combine with Swagger to cause much pain)

This is only one set though, it can run Dualscreens and spikes and stuff in another.
2 years ago#12
KIngdomSora50 posted...
Can anyone tell me what's so good about Klefki?

Most defensive typing in the game, priority Dual Screens, Sunny Day and Rain, Spikes, Recycle, T-Wave, just look at dat Prankster abusing movepool brah!
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2 years ago#13
KillerMechanoid posted...
KIngdomSora50 posted...
Can anyone tell me what's so good about Klefki?

Swagkeys

Thunder Wave
Swagger
Substitute
Foul Play (Combine with Swagger to cause much pain)

This is only one set though, it can run Dualscreens and spikes and stuff in another.

So it's another annoying **** like Liepard?
2 years ago#14
KIngdomSora50 posted...
KillerMechanoid posted...
KIngdomSora50 posted...
Can anyone tell me what's so good about Klefki?

Swagkeys

Thunder Wave
Swagger
Substitute
Foul Play (Combine with Swagger to cause much pain)

This is only one set though, it can run Dualscreens and spikes and stuff in another.

So it's another annoying **** like Liepard?


yes though no stab if foul play uses such
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2 years ago#15
The metagame is now dominated by bulk and stalls.

Enter Trevenant.
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2 years ago#16
My vote goes to Talonflame. Aegislash is nice, but he's fairly easy to deal with, provided your prediction is good. As for Talonflame, it's nearly impossible to revenge kill due to its insane speed and priority Brave Bird, and walling it is difficult due to the high base power of its STAB moves and access to boosting through Swords Dance or Bulk Up. Even with Stealth Rocks up, it can usually kill at least one thing before it goes down. Aegislash at +2 is dangerous; Talonflame at +2 is nearly unstoppable.
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2 years ago#17
0-172 posted...
Hey, where's Barbaracle? It's definitely one of the more competitively viable 6th gen Pokemon, at least in my opinion.


Not really, especially for people who pack Mach Punch and Prankster
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