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GSC OU (OverUsed) Mass Exodus of GSC teams #7

Discussion in 'Public Teams' started by Lojh, Aug 28, 2018.

  1. Lojh

    Lojh Above Average GSCer Member

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    people on ladder ive seen
    “OH MAH GOSH Y U CRIT MY WINCON”
    “Y U FRZ MY SNORLAX”
    “U SPAM ICE PUNCH FOR FREEZE LOL n00b!!!!”


    I have spent countless hours (5 minutes) devising a team as impervious to luck as possible, so yall can stop crying every time you get something frozen.

    Pi¢hu (Raikou) @ Leftovers
    - Thunderbolt
    - Hidden Power [Water]
    - Roar
    - Rest

    Bli$$ey (Skarmory) @ Leftovers
    - Drill Peck
    - Whirlwind
    - Rest
    - Curse

    Zapdos @ Leftovers
    - Thunder
    - Hidden Power [Ice]
    - Sleep Talk
    - Rest

    ha freeze (Miltank) @ Leftovers
    - Growl
    - Body Slam
    - Heal Bell
    - Milk Drink

    Laxative (Snorlax) @ Leftovers
    Ability: Immunity
    - Earthquake
    - Rest
    - Body Slam
    - Belly Drum

    ️OOM (Cloyster) @ Leftovers
    - Spikes
    - Rapid Spin
    - Surf
    - Rest


    This is one of the stalliest stalls. Only mon that is super scary against this team is LKDrumlax, but that weakness can be averted with careful playing and spikes + doubles + roar + hitting it. Rest + Heal Bell means that now almost every crit/freeze can be recovered from. This team does have a fair bit of problem with like stalls with missy, but with rest cloy and bell you can spikes shuffle it and wear it down with surf while Cloy stays healthy. Zapdos patches up the nidoking weakness and when used with raikou, can give boom offenses problems. Against stalls, its all about constant chip while applying pressure. If you dont play aggressively, you lose. LKDrumlax on the team can punch holes in other teams, but again, gengar and missy have to be removed with spikes + roar + predictions. If you dont understand how to spike roar and play aggressively, dont use lkdrumlax, instead use like mixlax or eq drumlax.
     
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  2. magic9mushroom

    magic9mushroom BEST END. Member

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    Incidentally, what does OOM mean?
     
  3. Lojh

    Lojh Above Average GSCer Member

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    Oh my cloyster’s nickname. I use the B emoji there but pokemon perfect has some problem with it.

    Looking at the team, eq drumlax is much better than lkdrumlax on this team, because i dont have a pursuit. Eq drumlax can also turbodrum, which is a plus.
     
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  4. asbdsp

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    Other than a few set nuances, you just switched Miltank for Umbreon from the "BEST TEAM". Isn't the whole point of Umbreon that it helps you with a lot of matchups that Miltank can't, so isn't this just a weaker version of that team?
     
  5. magic9mushroom

    magic9mushroom BEST END. Member

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    Most stall teams are subtle variations on one archetype (Raikou/Skarmory/Snorlax/Spiker/FireLax Answer/6th, usually a Sleep Talker).

    Miltank over Umbreon gives up some control over the Spikes game (via Pursuit) for more frequent use of DrumLax (hence why this team uses it) and greater resilience in general. Whether one's better than the other really depends on what you're playing against.
     
  6. Lojh

    Lojh Above Average GSCer Member

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    Miltank helps drumlax, cloyster, and roarkou. With miltank i pseudo win vs most stalls.
     

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