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Is this a good sorta-mono grass team?

2 votes

Sceptile(the physical sweeper)

leaf blade
earthquake
rock slide
swords dance

Torterra(the Physical tank)

Earthquake
wood hammer
stone edge
curse

Roserade(The special sweeper)

energy ball
HP(rock)
shadow ball
sludge bomb

Cradilily(i don't know a moveset can some one help)

Ludicolo(the special tank)

surf
energy ball
ice beam
toxic

Tyranitar(the non-grass type for the team that deals with there weaknesses also a physical tank)

stone edge
crunch
earthquake
curse

asked Oct 3, 2010 by Speed freak
edited Oct 6, 2010 by Pokemaster

1 Answer

2 votes

No Fake Out on Ludicolo? Fake Out is like that ratty first kidney punch from the rough-and-tough Brooklyn movies. USE THE BROOKLYN PUNCH. :D

Also, I don't really see any point in Tyranitar being there. You've got Rock-type attacks on almost all of your Pokemon, so you can use another Grass-type to make this team Mono.


You've got sweepers and tanks on both ends, I'm liking that. Maybe make Cradily a stall, with:

Recover / Ingrain
Energy Ball / Giga Drain (Only if you have Ingrain)
Ancientpower / Stockpile

Confuse Ray

For a sixth Grass-type, you'd want a mixed sweeper, a wall of some kind, or a supporter.

Meganium can set up Dual Screens, and then stall with Leech Seed, Body Slam, and Big Root.
Shiftry makes a good Mixed Sweeper, being fast, and strong in both attacking stats. Plus, it can counter a weakness with Extrasensory! IThe rest of its movepool is pretty fitting too.
As for a wall, you've got me stumped. Grass-types aren't good for walling. Maybe another tank, like Leafeon?

All in all, this is pretty good for a Grass-type team. There's not really much strategy to it, which isn't a common thing for Grass-type teams. It's more of a team that's built to muscle through opponents. Not a bad thing, just uncommon.

answered Oct 3, 2010 by ~-~WILL~-~
Took the whole answer out my head, you Alakazam!
But I like tyranitar:(