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What is a good moveset for Stunfisk?

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asked Oct 1, 2010 by trachy
edited Feb 11, 2011 by Pokemaster
Likely tier: Neverused
lesss then nu! like neverused in the history of pokemon exsept by n**bs

11 Answers

2 votes

A pathetic Pokemon. There isn't anything really good to talk about.

Ability: Sand Veil

EVs: HP, Defense, Sp Def Nature: Calm

Sandstorm: Raises evasiveness while damaging the foe.

Toxic: Inflicts bad poison.

Pain Split: Provides healing for Maggyo while also damaging the foe.

Thunderbolt: In case the foe has Taunt, Maggyo has this. STAB.

answered Oct 1, 2010 by trachy
its not that pathetic as a no evolution pokemon.
2 votes

Suggested item: leftovers
suggested nature: Sand veil

  • Thunderbolt/Surf/toxic
  • Earth power
  • Sandstorm
  • Pain split/protect

This is a pretty standard set. the attacking moves are for type coverage, sandstorm is there to activate his ability and help stall out a bit before attacking. The idea with this is to take a bit of damage, and use pain split to cut your opponent's health, while having sand and possible poison to wear them down. once you feel safe, and recover more health, you can go for an attack and finish them off. This helps make up for his mediocre attacking stats.

answered Oct 1, 2010 by DarkTyphlosion
edited Oct 1, 2011 by DarkTyphlosion
sugested nature sandveil or sugested ability sandveil
1 vote

Ugggggg, so weak..............

Nature: Bold

Ability: Sand Veil

EVs: 252 SD, 252 DEF, 4 HP

Thunderbolt: taunt, etc.

Toxic: Of Course!

Protect: To Stall

Sandstorm: Maybe You'll get lucky, or raise your evasiveness

answered Oct 2, 2010 by Swampert
edited Oct 2, 2010 by Swampert
1 vote

Stunfisk (M) @ Smooth Rock

Trait: Sand Veil

EVs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SDef

Calm Nature (+SDef, -Atk)

  • Sandstorm
  • Toxic
  • Mud Bomb
  • Pain Split
answered Jun 10, 2011 by trachy
1 vote

Haxfisk

Item: Leftovers
Ability: Static/Sand-veil(If for some reason you are using him in the sand)
Nature: Modest
EVs: 252 S.Attack, 128 Defense, 128 S.Defense


Discharge

Mud-bomb

Scald

Sludge-bomb


This is a Stunfisk set where I have, instead of their more powerful counter parts, given him moves with a 30% chance of status. Why? Because Stunfisk is already one of most ridicules and funny looking Pokemon ever, but having him mess up other Pokemon with status moves is even funnier (if only he had Serene grace XD). First we have Discharge which gets STAB and 30% Paralyze chance. Mud-bomb is also STAB and has a 30% chance of lowering Accuracy. Scald is coverage and has 30% Burn chance. Sludge-bomb covers Grass Types and has a 30% Poison chance. This is one of those Hax Pokemon that may not anger your opponent (unless it is competitive) so much as make they laugh, it is a great Pokemon for having a good time.

Note: If you do not like burning you opponent as much as lowering their accuracy you could go with Muddy-water instead of Scald.

answered Apr 18, 2012 by Speed freak
1 vote

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Stunfisk @ Choice Specs
Trait: Static
EVs: 252 HP / 252 SpA / 4 Def
Modest Nature

  • Thunderbolt
  • Earth Power
  • Surf
  • Hidden Power Ice

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Stunfisk @ Leftovers
Trait: Static
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD
Bold Nature

  • Toxic/Thunder Wave
  • Stealth Rock
  • Discharge/Thunderbolt
  • Scald
answered Jul 20, 2013 by JarJar~
Exactly what I would've done.
0 votes

I am doing this moveset for this website(the stunfisk database)

item:leftovers(can't think of an item)

Ability: static

nature: modest

surf

thunder bolt

earth power

hidden power fire

answered Apr 1, 2011 by Xapper
0 votes

I always thought stunfisk was weak but I have had my mind changed, try using this moveset.

Quirky (nature)
Rocky Helmet (item)
Static (ability)

Scald ( good stab and it may burn)
Revenge (takes out ice weakness normally double damage)
Thunderbolt (stab and another chance to cause paralysis with static)
Sludge Wave (takes out weakness to grass)

This pokemon can burn, poison and cause paralysis not bad for a pokemon witch appears to be so weak!

answered Apr 4, 2012 by Ethan McCulla
EVs Please??
Sure; HP, defence and attack - you need an attack EV  for revenge to have some power.
i mean the distribution. look at the one's above.( 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SDef ) like this
Oh ok then:
256 HP, 4 Def, 252 (I think)
256 HP... You can only have 255 EVs in one stat, and only 252 that will be effective.
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Stubbornthing

Item: Leftovers
Nature: bold
Trait: Static/Sand Veil
EVs: 252 hp, 252 def, 4 s.def.

Moves

1 - Discharge
2 - Toxic/Sludge Bomb/HP grass
3 - Scald
4 - Protect

Scald has a great chace to inflict burn, so it can ruin a sweeper's attack and the evs may make it survive to one earthquake, giving it the chance to burn the foe. Discharge has stab and great chance to prlz, crippling the foe. Toxic if you want to ensure the foe's death in a few turns, sludge bomb if you want to deal with grass types (i'd rather switch) and HP grass to take out the ground/water types that are immune to discharge and may absorb scald. Protect to recover hp with leftovers and deal damage with poison or burn.

answered May 20, 2012 by tuelhs
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Stunfisk (M) @ Smooth Rock

Trait: Sand Veil

EVs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SDef

Calm Nature (+SDef, -Atk)

Sandstorm
Stealth Rock
Earth Power
Toxic

answered Mar 13, 2013 by alexander757575
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Double/Triple Battle Stunfisk

Stunfisk (M) @ Petaya Berry
Ability: Static
Evs: 255 Atk, 255 Spd
Nature: Rash (+Sp.Atk,-Sp.Def)
- Endure
- Discharge
- Earth Power
- Muddy Water

For use in Trick Room only. The whole point of this set is to take as muck damage on Turn 1 as possible while hanging on with Endure to activate your Petaya Berry as your teammate sets up TR. Now if everything worked out, and they have no Priority, you can attempt a sweep. Discharge is STAB and hits everything that isn't immune, Earth Power is STAB that gets good coverage, and Muddy Water hits both your foes & has a chance to lower their Accuracy.

answered Jun 18 by Soundwave