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23rd Apr '17 3:13:33 PM KF106
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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types and Light Screen to increase his team's special defenses, and his own strongest Pokémon, Barbaracle, is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.

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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types and Light Screen to increase reduce damage to his team's team by your special defenses, attackers, and his own strongest Pokémon, Barbaracle, is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.
23rd Apr '17 3:04:48 PM KF106
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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his own strongest Pokémon, Barbaracle, is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.

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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, Dark-types and Light Screen to increase his team's special defenses, and his own strongest Pokémon, Barbaracle, is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.
23rd Apr '17 3:00:34 PM KF106
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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. He has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield and its amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical moves through its fantastic attack stats.

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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. He has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield and its amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical moves through with its fantastic attack stats.
23rd Apr '17 2:58:25 PM KF106
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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. He has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield and its amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical wounds through its fantastic attack stats.

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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. He has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield and its amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical wounds moves through its fantastic attack stats.
23rd Apr '17 2:57:34 PM KF106
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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. Ha has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield and its amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical wounds through its fantastic attack stats.

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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. Ha He has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield and its amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical wounds through its fantastic attack stats.
23rd Apr '17 2:57:00 PM KF106
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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. The rest of his team is pretty decent as well, as his Scizor packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination utilized by lots of competitive players), and his team ace, Aegislash, will either tank you completely with King's Shield, or utterly annihilate you with its excellent physical moves thanks to its Stance Change gimmick.

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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. The rest of his team is pretty decent as well, as his Ha has Scizor which packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination that is utilized by lots of competitive players), and players). Then there's his team ace, Aegislash, will either tank you completely with which has Stance Change, allowing it to switch between Shield Form and Blade Form. Its Shield Form makes great use of a combination of King's Shield, or utterly annihilate you with Shield and its excellent amazing defenses, and its Blade Form compliments its use of its great physical moves thanks to wounds through its Stance Change gimmick.fantastic attack stats.
16th Apr '17 8:47:22 AM KF106
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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. The rest of his team is pretty decent as well, as his Scizor packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination utilized by lots of competitive players), and his Aegislash will either tank you completely with King's Shield, or utterly annihilate you with its excellent physical moves thanks to its Stance Change gimmick.
** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his Barbaracle is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.

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** Wikstrom of the Elite Four is also pretty nasty. He starts out with Klefki, which likes to annoy you with Spikes and Torment, the former of which damages any Pokémon switching in that is neither a Flying-type nor one with Levitate, and the latter which prevents you from being able to use the same move twice in a row. And to make it more frustrating, both moves are given priority thanks to [[ActionInitiative Prankster]]. His Probopass is no slouch either, as it packs lots of pretty decent moves, including Discharge for Water-types, and is [[LastChanceHitPoint impossible to drop in one hit thanks to Sturdy]]. The rest of his team is pretty decent as well, as his Scizor packs the dreaded STAB Bullet Punch, which is powered up even further by Technician (a combination utilized by lots of competitive players), and his Aegislash team ace, Aegislash, will either tank you completely with King's Shield, or utterly annihilate you with its excellent physical moves thanks to its Stance Change gimmick.
** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his Barbaracle own strongest Pokémon, Barbaracle, is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.
16th Apr '17 8:35:40 AM KF106
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** But some of the above are considered nothing compared to the underleveled Hydreigon that can sometimes dive-bomb you out of nowhere in the outside areas of Victory Road. It has overall great stats as well as Levitate to cancel out your Pokémon's Ground-type moves, and it has Work Up to boost its Attack and Special Attack, Scary Face to lower your Pokémon's speed, and Body Slam (which has a small chance of paralyzing your Pokémon) and STAB Dragon Rush to serve as powerful moves. Not to mention, its capture rate makes it rather frustrating to catch as well.
16th Apr '17 8:26:44 AM KF106
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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out, and it has good defense against special moves as well. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his Barbaracle is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.

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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out, and it has good defense against special moves as well.out. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his Barbaracle is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.
16th Apr '17 8:25:46 AM KF106
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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his Barbaracle is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.

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** Fellow Elite Four member Siebold is often considered by many to be the hardest opponent in the game, and for good reason. His Water-type team is full of incredibly good Pokémon, with his Gyarados being a stand-out example, as it can become a speedy sweeper thanks to Dragon Dance, and it has Earthquake to take care of any pesky Electric-types attempting to exploit its AchillesHeel, Ice Fang for super effective damage against Grass-types, and a Flying subtyping to eliminate its primary Water typing's common weakness to said Grass-types.Grass-types. It also has Intimidate, which lowers your own Pokémon's attack stat the moment it is sent out, and it has good defense against special moves as well. And even with that one out of the way, his other teammates don't let up. His Clawitzer has a lot of moves that are boosted by its [[KamehameHadoken Mega Launcher ability]], his Starmie is an incredibly fast special sweeper packing Dazzling Gleam for Dark-types, and his Barbaracle is an all-around good physical attacker which even has X-Scissor for the unsuspecting Grass-types.
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