Hey guys, the last two weeks have been pretty hardcore and long for MOTW so I'm giving you guys a sweet video break from the most epically long articles ever posted on the site, lol. Go back and read Baton Pass and Trick Room, and enjoy this sweet video I found of all of the signigture moves of all Pokemon so far. Take a look!
-It's Super Effective
What if you like slow Pokemon? I love slow Pokemon. Slowking has been one of my favorites for a while. Snorlax, Lunatone and Solrock, Porygon 2, Bronzong. All fairly slow Pokemon, and that really leads to their greatest weakness, speed. Well, what if you could turn the tides with your slow team? Trick room lets you do exactly that.
This is a move that I’ve been wanting to do for Move of the Week for quite some time now but almost seemed to daunting to take on. I stumbled upon a great article written by Smogon University about it however and read through it about 3 or 4 times. I’m going to try and take their book of a guide on Baton Passing, and shorten it to a bite sized article here for you guys all to read. Without further to do... Baton Pass...
So I’ve kind of touched on stacking stats before. I believe that when we looked at our first triple battle set with Darmanitan, Seismatoad, and Amoonguss, we managed to get Darmanitan’s Fire Punch, a normally 75 base powered move, to 195. Not too shabby at all. But what if we were to take this stat maxing, well, to the max? The most powerful move that I’ve come across that can be boosted is Overheat, and I’ll tell you why...
Your opponent having a resistance against your current offense in a battle can ruin a strategy you have in place. You send out a Octillary first and your opponent sends out a grass type. s#&*... What if you could remove that advantage of typing? An underutilized strategy until now, here’s Soak.
Poison types. Most likely one of the most underrated types in the entire game. We’re going to take a look at one of the most powerful poison type moves in the entire game now that black and white are out. Try not to faint on contact, here comes Venoshock.
Black and White are out! Hooray! Now with the official introduction of triple battles into the fighting mechanics our first MOTW article is diving head first into one of the most potentially complex fighting systems out there. Lets go!
With a whole new set of Pokemon out and a new set of moves, that’s what we’re going to be covering into the future, at least for a while here. So why Rage Powder?