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Eelektross pokedex

asked Oct 2, 2010 by trachy
edited May 24, 2012 by Pokemaster
Likely tier: Borderline
I personally don't usually care about nature,
when leveling up, I would recommend giving your Eelektross the power lens, due to its already poor speed.

Thunder- I think a very good move, and it gets STAB. Becasue it has more PP than blizzard, it doesn't matter quite as much, but it is a problem due to, again, Eelektross's bad speed.

Flamethrower/Thunderbolt- Honestly, I just love flamethrower as a move, and allows you to remove several types that you before could not quite as quickly, and with a low-speed like Eelektross, every turn counts. Both have 95 power and 100 accuracy, but thunderbolt has  STAB, and each have their own special effects.

Flash cannon- In case of a rock type (Boldore) with smack down, You can take advantage of its even worse speed to smash it up with flash cannon, a steel move. Problem is probably going to be sturdy, but i'm sure you'll think of something.

Crunch- Just a nutarally learned move that I think will consistantly come in handy, especially if you plan to train against the elite four.

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Eelektross (M) @ Choice Scarf

Trait: Levitate

EVs: 120 Atk / 136 SAtk / 252 Spd

Naive Nature (+Spd, -SDef)

  • ThunderPunch / Thunderbolt / Wild Charge
  • Flamethrower
  • Hidden Power Ice
  • Crunch
answered Jun 2, 2013 by alexander757575
edited Jun 1, 2013 by alexander757575
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Awesome Pokémon very rare I was lucky to get one, but a pain with Tynamo takes so long to evolve.
Eelektross (M/F)
Item: Magnet
Ability: Levitate
Nature: Lonely
EVs: 252 Atk/252 HP/4 SP Atk
Crunch
Wild Charge
Flash Cannon
Thunderbolt

answered Nov 30, 2013 by FrostFTW
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Eelektross
Eelektross@Scope Lens
Ability: Levitate
Nature: Adamant (+Attack -Special Attack)
EVs: 252 Attack, 252 HP, 4 Speed
Moveset:
U-Turn (Coverage, helps switch out Eelektross when need be)
Wild Charge (STAB)
Aqua Tail (Coverage, in case one uses Gravity to give it weakness to Ground-Type)
Rock Slide (Coverage, chance of opponent flinching)

answered Jan 23 by ىtellarℵerneas☾ℒuna☽
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Eelektross@red card
Trait:Levitate
EV's: Attack, HP, Speed
Jolly Nature
Moves are...
Coil: for boosting up attack and defense, not really used to boost accuracy in this moveset
Crush Claw: good attack power, chance to lower defense
Thunderpunch: good power, chance to paralyze
Crunch: just because

The red card is used like this: if you send out eelektross and your opponent sends out some Pokemon with swords dance. When that Pokemon hits you with a move that swords dance boosted, it eliminates the stat change by switching it out, giving you precious time to get a free coil boost.

answered Feb 12 by The Trapinchinator
edited Feb 12 by The Trapinchinator
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Eelektross is the only Pokemon of all that has no weaknesses making him a really strong Pokemon. Here is my moveset for my op eelektross.

Ability: Levitate as usual
Item: Magnet
Nature: Bold
Ev's: 4 Hp, 252 Defence, 252 Special Attack

Rain Dance - Making sure that thunder hits every time.

Thunder - Has high base power, STAB, Power becomes higher because of magnet, and hits every time due to rain dance.

Grass Knot - Does high damage to ground types, which are usually heavy.

Volt Switch / U-turn - Good for switching out. I suggest U-turn for type coverage.

answered Apr 26 by Poisonuskull