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ADV OU (OverUsed) Tyranitar [Done]

Discussion in 'Individual Analyses' started by Cowboy Dan, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. Sobi

    Sobi hi Member

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  2. eden

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    Cowboy Dan
    might be worth giving Taunt/Tox its own set like piex said v long ago;
    on DD mention the special moves like Ice Beam/HP:Grass that can be used;
    passing mention of DD Toxic would be cool too, same for DD Sub/DD Tect(altho these are rarer)

    just v minor nitpicks!
     
  3. Disaster Area

    Disaster Area Little Ball of Furr and Power Member

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    add brick break to the pursuit set.

    somewhere mention crazytar (what I call it lol): brick break ice beam hp grass fire blast. U know the set, it's like a mixmence but with a different typing and an ice move instead of dragon claw. Can be tricky to switch into, and even tear apart certain teams lol. also bkctar (rs eq hp bug focus punch leftovers)

    plus what sunny said :)
     
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    add breloom to c&c (?)
     
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    Cowboy Dan

    Sobi stuffed the semicolons here, making both bad prose (two semicolons in same sentence) and a meaning change ("the choice between the two comes down to preference" should be attached to Flamethrower/Fire Blast, not the as-yet-unintroduced Rock Slide/Roar). Correct punctuation follows.

    Flamethrower and Fire Blast allow Tyranitar to hit Steel-types; the choice between the two comes down to preference. Rock Slide gives Tyranitar access to a physical STAB move that allows it to hit special walls such as Blissey, Regice, and Zapdos harder; however, it doesn't hit as hard as one might think and Tyranitar often ends up burned.
     

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