Any ideas for an unique pokemon platinum team??
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I've kicked some ideas around in my head over the years. You'll need to mix and match some of these with some of the usual Pokemon people would use, but anyways...let me give it a shot with some of the unusual suspects:
Exeggutor - Calm Nature, 252 Sp.Atk, 252 Sp.Def, 6 HP - Tanga Berry/Wise Glasses
Ancientpower (Egg), Psychic (Level 47 as Exeggcute), Energy Ball (TM), Trick Room (TM)
--Good Trick Room Setup Pokemon, Ancientpower Boosts can help when Trick Room wears off.
Persian - Bold Nature, Technician Ability, 252 Sp.Atk, 252 Speed, 6 HP - Wise Glasses/Expert Belt/Choice Specs/Choice Scarf
Icy Wind (Shard Tutor), Swift (Shard Tutor), Water Pulse (TM), Nasty Plot (Level 44)/Thunderbolt (TM)/Hidden Power (TM)/Aerial Ace (TM)
--Try for a Base Power of 60 and Ghost, Dark, Fire, Flying, or Rock Type Hidden Power. Technician boosted Icy Wind can be deadly to Garchomp
Slowking - Relaxed Nature, Own Tempo Ability, 252 Sp.Atk, 252 Defense, 6 HP - Petaya Berry
Yawn (Relearn), Dream Eater (TM), Surf (HM), Flamethrower (TM)
--Yawn-Dream Eater is a fun tactic for free attacking or HP recovery (do they stay and snooze or take a hit by switching)
Sharpedo - Jolly/Adamant, 252 Attack, 252 Speed, 6 HP - Salac Berry
Bounce (Shard Tutor), Aqua Jet (Level 34), Avalanche (TM), Zen Headbutt (Shard Tutor)
--Fragile, but allows for Para-Flinch with Bounce-Zen Headbutt
Lapras - Relaxed Nature, either Ability works, 252 HP, 129 Attack, 129 Sp.Atk - Leftovers/Shoal Salt
Curse (Egg), Ice Shard (Level 10), Brine (Level 37), Ancientpower (Shard Tutor)
--Curse-Priority Move is a wonderful combo, Ancientpower helps give a random boost, Brine messes with low HP Pokemon that just used Barrier or threw a Reflect into play
Lickilicky - Sassy Nature, Own Tempo Ability, 252 HP, 129 Sp.Atk, 129 Sp.Def - Leftovers/Shoal Salt
Curse (Egg), Gyro Ball (Level 57), Wring Out (Level 53), Earthquake (TM)/Flamethrower (TM)
--Curse-Gyro Ball is a tank-brute tactic, plus Lickilicky has immense HP
Armaldo - Careful Nature, 252 Attack, 252 Sp.Def, 6 Defense - Life Orb/Choice Band/Choice Scarf
Cross Poison (Egg), X-Scissor (Level 73), Rock Blast (Level 55), Aqua Tail (Shard Tutor)/Aerial Ace (TM)/Earthquake (TM)/Iron Tail (TM)
--Choose your opponent's poison and force feed them a fistfull
Togekiss - Bold Nature, Serene Grace Ability, 252 Sp.Atk, 129 Defense, 129 Sp.Def - Metronome
Ancientpower (Shard Tutor), Ominous Wind (Shard Tutor), Silver Wind (TM), Air Slash (Relearn)/Baton Pass (Level 42 as Togetic)
--20% chance of all of its stats boosting with 15-24 PP to work with (depending on PP Up/PP Max), followed by 60% Flinch rates or a Baton Pass. You could also drop Silver Wind to have both Air Slash and Baton Pass.
If you can manage a trade with HeartGold/SoulSilver:
Sableye - Adamant Nature, Stall Ability, 252 Attack, 129 Defense, 129 Sp.Def - Focus Sash
Role Play (HG/SS Frontier Tutor), Ice Punch (Shard Tutor), Knock Off (Level 29), Shadow Claw (Level 39)
--Great for messing with many common item holders (Blissey, Raticate, Breloom) with Knock Off and avoiding Sandstorm Damage (Role Play a Sand Veil Ability Pokemon). If you can get Trick Room Support before a Role Play, Ice Punch can screw with Garchomp, Cacturne, and Sand Veil Gliscor users. Shadow Claw for primary STAB.
Kraleck (Expert) - 7 years ago
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