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What are the Best trolling Pokemon?!

19 votes

Hey guys, came up with a New thread idea as you can see!

I've been lookin through Pokemon to see how annoying I can make my teams, and I thought, "hey, why can't other people as well!!". So, this is where you can!!

What is a troll Pokemon I hear you ask? Well, it's a Pokemon that is so annoying that it makes your opponents tear their hair out and cry in a corner. It's so impossible to get passed you feel like never ever playing Pokemon again. And it's so funny to use you might die from laughter after seeing the amount of ragequits they cause.

So, basically, I want to see everyone's favorite annoying Pokemon and annoying sets to go with it!

Btw it can be any tier, but the sets have to actually work and cannot just be "in theory".

use your imagination my dear DB fans! Get posting!!

asked Aug 2, 2013 by Stay_Silent
edited Apr 8 by Pokemaster
:] well dat was fun
Noobs. Nobody has posted a TormenTran yet.
Amoongus with spore in double battle.
So many bad sets that will be OHKOd instead of trolling. Stop upvoting crap people.
Kinda like my brother when my Azumarill took no damage from his Dialga`s Roar of Time  XD

44 Answers

16 votes

I'll start with one that's totally original. I'll bet it's so original that no one's ever heard of it before :3 ...
ParaFlinch Jirachi, of course

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Jirachi @ Leftovers
Trait: Serene Grace
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 HP
Jolly Nature

  • Body Slam
  • Iron Head
  • Wish
  • Protect

Umadbro? Abusing the Paralysis and Flinch combo paired up with Wish and Protect, Jirachi will make anyone ragequit :D


However, here's another one that I use in UU, and while it doesn't deal a lot of damage, it can be very tanky and you just might find yourself ready to ragequit...
RecycleLum Cresselia, of course

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Cresselia (F) @ Lum Berry
Trait: Levitate
EVs: 56 SDef / 252 HP / 200 Def
Calm Nature

  • Recycle
  • Rest
  • Thunder Wave/Toxic
  • Psychic/Ice Beam/Hidden Power [Fire]

Abusing a great move called Recycle, and pair that up with Lum Berry, lol infinite health plus no sleep? Yeah that's trolling ;) While a more tankish Pokemon rather than trollish, infinite health plus wearing down your opponent is awesome.


Another one called ragequit heaven. While it does have a lot of flaws like hazards, if you can set up this guy is so funny to use :P...
Level 1 Pokemon, of course

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Cottonee (F) @ Focus Sash
Trait: Prankster
Level: 1
EVs: 4 Def / 252 HP / 252 Spd
Jolly Nature

  • Leech Seed
  • Swagger/Encore
  • Endeavor
  • Substitute

Lol, yeah Cottonee :P So pro unless against substitute or grass Pokemon. Random EV's to outspeed other level 1 trolling Pokemon, but really, EV's don't matter that much.


Ok, last one. Here's another very original NU Pokemon that's in Troll Central...
Pranskter Liepard, of course

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Liepard (F) @ Leftovers
Trait: Prankster
EVs: 252 Spd / 248 HP / 8 Atk
Jolly Nature

  • Foul Play
  • Substitute
  • Swagger
  • Thunder Wave

I'm sure we have all seen or used this Pokemon at some point when you were battling. Yep, the NU trollmaster, Liepard is definitely a trolly Pokemon. Unless, like me, when Swagger never works and the other Pokemon never ever gets paralyzed.


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answered Aug 2, 2013 by Flame.
edited Aug 2, 2013 by Flame.
Sweet going +1
Dat pic at the bottom got u +2 i thinks
he he funny pic
Funny pic!cool!
8 votes

Lugia

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Need an Uber troll that is so hard to kill it's borderline immortal? Cause I got one.

Why is it annoying?

Lugia is arguably the most defensive Pokemon in the entire game. It has an extremely nice speed stat allowing it to bring some fast support, access to all kinds of support moves such as Light Screen, Reflect, Toxic, Roar, Substitute, Roost, Calm Mind, Tailwind, and Protect. It harbors insane 106/130/154 defenses, 2 epic stalling abilities in Pressure and Multiscale, and despite its less-than-stellar typing, it'll sponge nukes.

Moveset

Note that there are a plethora of effective sets Lugia can run, this one is just my favorite.

Lugia @ Leftovers
Trait: Multiscale
EVs: 252 HP / 160 Def / 96 Spd
Bold Nature

- Whirlwind
- Roost
- Substitute
- Toxic

This Lugia set is extremey versatile in that it is very resislient with SubRoost, and has the power to ToxiShuffle entire teams to death. Throw in some support sweepers and maybe a few hazards, and you can imagine how Lugia gives many an Ubers player nightmares that haunt them continually.

answered Aug 2, 2013 by |SentByRavens|
Immediate upvote. People have forfeited against me countless times against this thing.
One word counter: Taunt
8 votes

SABLEYE OFC!!!

Sableye

Sableye @ Leftovers
Trait: Prankster
EVs: 252 SDef / 252 HP / 4 Def
Calm Nature
- Night Shade
- Recover
- Taunt
- Will-O-Wisp

You cripple any Physical attacker with your Wisp!
Taunt anything!
Then you recover off any damage and proceed to maul with that night shade TROLL!

answered Aug 2, 2013 by EeveeLotion :3
8 votes

Ferrothorn,

Ferrothorn

Ferrothorn (M) @ Leftovers/Rocky Helmet
Trait: Iron Barbs
EVs: 252 HP / 4 Atk / 252 Def
Relaxed Nature
IVs: 0 Spd
- Leech Seed
- Power Whip
- Spikes
- Gyro Ball

The Immunity to both Leech Seed and Toxic, Makes this wall very very evil and mean and evil.
With Gyro Ball as an attacking move your guaranteed a good attack ;)
Spikkes is there to make lil ferro more useful...

answered Aug 2, 2013 by EeveeLotion :3
I had a Ferrothorn in Showdown and people were so annoyed by it that I got forfeited 6 times :0
lolololololol
My exact set O:
* I believe that my face and palm have just gotten engaged* I should have posted this.
But people know that Ferrothorn has iron barbs. So why would they ever use a physical attack anyway? Waste of an item if you ask me. Especially since its main weakness is fire, a very common offensive type, usually using special attack. You also have no coverage if your enemy IS a fire type.
8 votes

Haha nubs. This is the best trolling trio for RU :P

Must use 3 together

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Snover @ Focus Sash
Trait: Snow Warning
EVs: 252 HP / 252 SAtk / 4 Spd
Mild Nature
-Ice Shard
-Hidden Power Fire
-Giga Drain
-Blizzard

Yes I would suggest Snover....


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Solosis @ Focus Sash
Trait: Magic Guard
LV: 1
IVs: 0 HP
-Trick Room
-Endeavor

trololol. Because of Magic guard, Solosis can come straight in without worrying about loosing it's sash. It can set up a trick room allowing it to move first against neutral priority. This means you can get an endeavor off on the next turn. After the endeavor, the opponent feints to hail as they knock you out. But it doesn't stop there xD


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Duosion @ Focus Sash
Trait: Magic Guard
LV: 1
IVs: o HP
-Trick Room
-Endeavor

Oh yes. With Trick Room still up you can come in and Endeavor on two more Pokemon meaning that you have ripped apart half a team with two level 1 blobs.


Why use this over other fear Pokemon? It works. Little in RU can counter this and they have no option but to sack half of their team. It is not only incredibly cheap but hilarious to use.
ShakeItUp brought this to my attention :P He managed to peak 1 on the RU ladder within a day or so without even knowing jack all about RU lol
The fact the opponent has to sack 3 Pokemon makes the rest of the battle easy.

answered Aug 6, 2013 by Blobyolo
If Snover learns Endeavor you could use Endeavor ice Shard :p
I wish xD Hail damage though :P No Ice Shard needed
I used this in UU and won most of my battles x3
Wow im stealing this. +1
Awesome. I would upvote this but I can't
Duosion can't be Lv.1.
7 votes

Hey der, answering it mehself now :D

Wanna mess with your opponent? Then feast your eyes!!
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Sigilyph @ Flame Orb
Trait: Magic Guard
EVs: 252 SDef / 252 HP / 4
SAtk Calm Nature
- Cosmic Power
- Psycho Shift
- Roost
- Stored Power

This, is Cosmic Burn Siglyph. If you ever had the displeasure of facing one of this annoying birds, then you'll know how freaking stressy it is. The idea behind it is Flame Orb burns siglyph in the firs turn, but Sig takes no damage due to Magic Guard. It builds up it's defence and heals it's health on cycle. That it self is annoying as hell, but it gets worse o.O. You shift your burn onto your opponent, not only reducing they're health every turn but reducing their attack to. Unlike W.O.W it's 100% hit rate, so it will always work. Then finally, stored power does large damage to any none dark types. what a troll.


Ok guys!! Let's bounce!! (told ya I'll be adding more ;})

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Gyarados @ Leftovers
Trait: Intimidate
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 HP
Adamant Nature
- Substitute
- Dragon Dance
- Bounce
- Waterfall

Hey look guys! It's Let's Bounce Gyarados!!Or subbounce to give it it's technical name, but who cares about technicality's? The idea from this is (Lebnub) that you time you Gyara switch in at the precise moment, carefully picking your spot and charging at when opportunity arises! Or in other words, bring it in either when you are 100% sure the opponent will switch or can't do much to you. First order of business, set up subs to prevent other trollers Burning or Poisoning Gyara, which takes out all the fun, and good chunk of reliability. A heal Bell user might come in handy here. The once the sub is up, you D-dance until the sub gets broken. Then it's your choice, have you brought in enough attack and speed to OHKO? Can you take another hit? Do you want to scout with sub and live another day? Hopefully, it will be teh first one. Flying type, being one of the more uncommon offesnive types, doesn't have a whole lot of counters towards it. So bounce on Gyara will do more damage to more things then most other sets. Waterfall is just an epic backup stab, and helps get rid of rock and steel types a bit easier. Couple of Pokemon that could beat this set? If you can OHKo it with electric moves before it starts subbing thats always a good way. Scarf rotom might be able to outpace with the right nature, and providing gyara hasn't taken up any more than two boosts.

Look at me I got another one!! This time, its the Grave Robber!!
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Gengar @ Black Sludge
Trait: Levitate
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 SAtk / 4 HP
Timid Nature
- Disable
- Substitute
- Shadow Ball
- Thunderbolt / Focus Blast / Sludge Bomb

Eat it all you health living things! Being dead is awesome!! Now I can float and pass through walls!!

This is Subdiasble Gengar, who as I like to call it, Best Before Date.
The point of this is to use Gengars high speed stat to obviously go before the opponent. Hopefully, your opponent will use a threatening move against gengar. At which point you use sub, blocking the move at a little expense. Then, you use Disable. This stops the last move used from being used again, rendering it useless and the Pokemon without a move casuing a switch or having to use less powerful moves, at which point you KO them with some powerful hits. Simple right? :D

Unfortunately all is not well with this strategy . For one, your opposition can easily just use a less powerful move, so when it gets disabled they can just use another one for the KO. Scizors Bullet punch will go before the sub and deal very hefty damage or OHKO. And two moves doesn't provide very good coverage unless your using thunderbolt and HP Ice, which while is viable, leaves you without a reliable stab move.

Im adding more later but I'm short on time. Thanks for reading!!

answered Aug 2, 2013 by Stay_Silent
edited Aug 3, 2013 by Stay_Silent
I got this in randbat once :D
I used a variation in my Gravity team.
*too (silly josh)
My Pictures > your pictures C:
My pictures are just pictures. I can get better ones.
so what im hearing is.... i win?
7 votes

Magnemite @ Oran Berry
Trait: Sturdy
Level: 1
EVs: 116 Def / 236 SDef
Bold Nature
- Protect
- Recycle
- Toxic
- Magic Coat

With the right prediction, this thing can stall almost anything into oblivion. It's remarkably difficult to take down, under the right circumstances. It may not have much against Steel and Poison, but it is nevertheless unexpected, unused and undaunted. This set works in every tier above NU since it uses Toxic+Protect and hence isn't dependant on raw power for taking stuff out. The very best tier to use it in is in fact Ubers, where Poison and Steel types are scarse and everything is ridiculously OP. With Magic Coats +4 priority it can severely cripple Taunt and Hazard leads (such as Deoxys and Tornadus), Choiced powerhouses (Zekrom, Scizor and Darmatian for example) and defensive monstrosities (such as Lugia, Jellicent and Umbreon).

Bronzong @ Choice Band
Trait: Levitate
EVs: 252 Atk / 252 HP / 4 SDef
Adamant Nature
- Earthquake
- Trick
- Stealth Rock/ Gyro Ball
- Zen Headbutt
A odd variant of a common Pokemon, Bandzong does what you least expect it to. Instead of being a good little taunt-bait and run away screaming at first sight of Fire, this guy hits Tauntbats hard and drives Fire type into the hills with E-Q. This set is intended to strike fear into whoever threads into UU.

answered Aug 2, 2013 by Flafpert
reshown Aug 2, 2013 by Flafpert
Sweet going flaf, but could you make it clear what tier you mean? I mean, mag is obvious LC but it still makes it easier or newer users. And (this goes for everyone) put the tier you've built it to work in. Some pokemon uave different sets for higher tiers than its in. +1 tho flaf =3
That Magnemite causes so many rage quits in 1 v 1s  I saw someone use it then I started using it xD
Used that maggy in my team for the hacked ability tour :3 It's pretty sweet.
5 votes

Ludicolo

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Luditrolo more like. Ludicolo is known in NU and RU as a threatening Rain sweeper capable of some serious damage output, but in OU (where he is most annoying), where Swift Swim is (for all intensive purposes) banned, it takes on a new role in the rain; a freakishly annoying SubSeeder.

Why is it annoying?

The first reason would have to be his typing. Ludicolo has only 3 weaknesses, 2 of which are fairly uncommon as far as common coverage types (Poison and Flying), and it harbors 3 resistances, 2 of which being Water and Ground, which are some extremely useful resistances to have, as they are very common types. The second and main reason it is annoying is that it has access to Rain Dish as an ability, and Leech Seed as a move. So, once a Leech Seed is up, it will be getting over 25% of its HP back in a single turn between Rain Dish, Leftovers, and Leech Seed. Get it behind a substitute and have it start spamming Protect and Scald, and you have a mighty annoying troll.

Moveset

Ludicolo @ Leftovers
Trait: Rain Dish
EVs: 252 HP / 252 SDef / 4 Def
Calm Nature

- Leech Seed
- Protect
- Substitute
- Scald

SubSeed Ludicolo. Troll the masses.

answered Aug 2, 2013 by |SentByRavens|
:D good job Ben :3 dont be afraid to post more than once!
Ben why u no put answers in one big answer. Easier to see plus don't clog up this page with 100 answers c:
Because I'm Ben that's why.
Luditrolo = Swag
I had a same Ludicolo before but with Giga Drain, Leech Seed, Toxic and Protect
5 votes

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Breloom @ Toxic Orb
Ability: Poison Heal
EVs: 252 HP, 252 Speed, 4 Def
Nature: Jolly
- Leech Seed
- Substitute
- Spore
- Focus Punch

OR

Breloom @ Focus Sash
Ability: Technician
EVs: 252 Atk, 252 Speed, 4 HP
Nature: Jolly
- Spore
- Swords Dance
- Bullet Seed
- Mach Punch

The Sub Seed set sacrifices attack investment for a higher level of annoyance. Basically, drain your opponent's health to the extent where Poison Heal & Leech Seed are nearly recovering the health taken by your Substitute in turn.

OR

Techniloom. It's not a classic "Troll" set, but with one Swords Dance set up, it's amazingly hard to get rid of without a fast Pokemon or a priority move.

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Gliscor @ Toxic Orb
Ability: Poison Heal
EVs: 252 HP, 128 Def, 128 Speed
Nature: Jolly
- Protect
- Substitute
- Toxic
- E-Quake/ Ice Fang

Ah. The classic Toxic stall. With Protect & Poison Heal, Gilscor can manage to replenish its health lost from making a Substitute in no time, and proceed to waste an opponent's PP. Due to spikes immunity and Stealth Rock neutrality, Gilscor has plenty of switch in opportunities in which to set up its stalling.

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Walrein @ Leftovers
Ability: Ice Body
EVs: 252 HP, 252 Sp. Def, 4 Speed
Nature: Calm
- Substitute
- Protect
- Toxic
- Blizzard

This is the most annoying Hail staller. EVER. I HATE this stupid seal with a passion. Water/ Ice typing grants it only 2 resistance (to Water and Ice), but evens out that Steel & Fire weakness, and gives it STAB to deal with Grass & Rock types. The Stallrein set is basically recovers as much as Poison Heal recovers (1/8 of health) each turn with both Ice Body & Leftovers, while the opponent is buffetted by hail & taking Toxic poisoning.

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Togekiss@ Leftovers
Ability: Serene Grace
EVs: 252 HP, 56 Def, 200 Sp. Def
Nature: Calm
- Thunder Wave
- Air Slash
- Roost
- Heal Bell

Jirachi isn't the only Pokemon capable of Paraflinching. With brilliant bulk, Togekiss is able to take quite a few hits in order to set up its Paraflinching. Heal Bell is there to cure yourself of anything with Synchronise.

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Manaphy @ Leftovers
Ability: Hyration
EVs: 252 HP, 4 Sp. Atk, 252 Speed
Nature: Timid
- Calm Mind
- Rest
- Scald
- Ice Beam

Hydration means Rest is instant full recovery for Manaphy, in addition to being unable to be para flinched/ poisoned. Pure Water typing means it's got only 2 weaknesses and 4 resistances. Though Tail Glow seems much more appealing, so many Uber teams will carry Rain clearers like Thunder on Plakia, so Calm Mind will be able to stall out threats like Palkia/ Dialga which don't have STAB.

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Suicune @ Leftovers
Ability: Pressure
EVs: 252 HP, 252 Def, 4 Sp. Def
Nature: Bold
- Calm Mind
- Rest
- Sleep Talk
- Scald

While I wish that Water Absorb was available for Suicune, Pressure is a really great stalling ability, since it means your opponent will run out of PP faster than usual. Calm Mind Suicune is pretty hard to get rid of without Hazers or something that can use Whirlwind/ Roar.

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Alomomo @ Leftovers
Ability: Regenerator
EVs: 252 HP, 252 Def, 4 Atk
Nature: Impish
- Waterfall
- Protect
- Wish
- Toxic/ Refresh

This weird fish is basically a reverse Blissey. Monster HP Stat, useable base 80 defence, it's one of the best Wish passers in the lower tiers and can take hits like a sponge. Depending on what else is on your team, Toxic or Refresh will be better suited for Alomomola. If you already have something to Toxic Spike, then Refresh will be better.

answered Aug 2, 2013 by fondant
Damn, My Manaphy killed soo much stuff >:D
Oh i actually had tail glow on it, but i think CM might be better
5 votes

Can't believe nobody's posted this yet.

Vaporeon @ Leftovers
Trait: Hydration
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SDef
Bold Nature

  • Rest
  • Scald
  • Toxic
  • Ice Beam

This set is hell to take down in the rain. Rest fully heals HP and status conditions that would otherwise slowly eat away at its HP. And this annoying staller can do all of that while watching its foe slowly weaken from Toxic or become rendered useless from a Burn. Scald and Ice Beam are the two attacks of choice getting fair coverage and coming off a special attack stat that is nothing to laugh at. I have rage quitted countless times because of this Vaporeon Toxic stalling me to death.

answered Aug 2, 2013 by JarJar~
edited Aug 3, 2013 by JarJar~
Oh gawd....
I use this set all the time its so annoying its not even funny
wait, yes it is!
Toxicroak can Beat this
These sets don't have to be invincible lol, just annoying as hell :P. Plus that is a pretty late comment don't ya think?
5 votes

Support gyarados. Unexpected, effective and annoying as all bleep, especially with hazard support

Gyarados
Gyarados @ Leftovers
Trait: Intimidate
EVs: 252 HP / 40 Atk / 136 Def / 80 SDef
Impish Nature
- Taunt
- Waterfall
- Thunder Wave
- Dragon Tail/Roar

Surprisingly enough, Gyarados, has pretty good bulk with intimidate and its good special defense. Use this to your advantage and have a good time. :)

answered Aug 4, 2013 by Ludicobro
5 votes

Ok lets write an answer for this. Great question btw!

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Maximum trolling for nubs


Prankster Riolu

Never seen this guy trollin?

Riolu

Riolu @ Focus Sash
Trait: Prankster
EVs: 252 Trollness < With that I mean chose whatever you want :D Speed is recommended
Jolly Nature
- Copyat
- Roar
- ?
- ?

You just need to have entry hazards up and this guy should work wonders.
(There is many things that will break this strategy but it is funny to use)

  1. Send out your Pokemon with the entry hazards and use the hazard moves. (Spikes, Stealth Rock. Toxic Spikes.) You don't need all of them but never go with just Toxic Spikes.

  2. When all the hazards are up wait untill your Pokemon faints.

  3. Send out Riolu and use Roar. You have focus sash so you will survive with 1 hp if they attack you.

  4. Use Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat and Copyat.

  5. Have fun!

This shows how Prankster Riolu works


Next up! Durant! Dugtrio combo.

Durant Dugtrio

Durant
Trait: Truant
- Entrainment

and this

Dugtrio @ Focus Sash
Trait: Arena Trap
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 HP
Jolly Nature
- Protect
- Hone Claws
- Earthquake
- Stone Edge

  1. Ok, start with durant and use Entrainment after that just let the Durant faint.

  2. When Durant is fainted, send out Dugtrio. The opponents Pokemon has truant and Dugtrio has arena trap. Which means that the opponent can't switch out.

  3. Truant causes the ability-bearer to only attack every alternate turn. On the even turns, it will say the Pokemon is "loafing around". Raise your attack with Hone claws when the opponent is loafing around protect when he is able to attack you.

  4. Dugtrio will become op with boosted attack and accuracy.

  5. GG!

Battle Replay


answered Aug 5, 2013 by Jofly
edited Aug 6, 2013 by Jofly
thanks for the compliment :D! Wow 30 answers and 11 upvotes...lol i should do this more ofte :D

+1 jofee!! :D
Lol, It is a very good Question :D
Riolu set was already posted two days before this answer.
Woa. O.o
4 votes

Counter Sash Blissey Bliss XD

Blissey

Blissey (F) @ Focus Sash
Trait: Serene Grace
EVs: 252 Def / 252 HP / 4 SDef
Bold Nature
- Counter
- Seismic Toss
- Toxic
- Softboiled
So if you get hit by a physichal move you Counter! then anything dies >:D
You can stall special attackers as usual : D I use it in 1 v 1

BEWaRE OF THE FERROTHORN!

answered Aug 2, 2013 by EeveeLotion :3
I'm sorry, I didn't see this answer before I answered.
Huh? how cud u miss that piture!
is it possible to have counter and seismic toss on chansy?
Yup. :|
4 votes

Another great trolling Pokemon that's a favorite of mine.

Umbreon (M) @ Leftovers/Focus Sash
Trait: Synchronize
EVs: 252 Def/ 200 Hp/ 56 Sp.Def
Impish Nature

-Wish
-Heal Bell
-Swagger
-Foul Play

Heal Bell and Wish just to make sure that this thing never ends. Swagger/Foul Play mix= Bad news for any opponent. And added bonus is they will give themselves their own status ailment if they wanna play that way!

answered Aug 2, 2013 by Jding16
Moonlight > Wish imo
No eevee wish is actually better than moonlight. It isn't affected by weather and you can pass it to team mates to heal them up too.
Naw Moonlight > Wish
JS, Liepard is better for the Foul Play + Swagger Combo. It is faster and its Prankster ability gives it priority Swagger and Substitute.
Focus Sash... ?????
Idk! I was just looking at if Umbreon possibly ever runs into high-powered physical sweeper,with the combination of swagger and if bug or fighting type, they could drop Umbreon in one shot
4 votes

dr. flame posted a cottonee set similar to this but I love to use this:

whimsicott @ leftovers
Whimsicott
Trait: Prankster
EVs: 252 HP/ 252 Def/ 4 Spe
Bold nature
- Leech Seed
- Subsitute
- Encore
- Taunt/ Stun Spore

This is my favorite troll Pokemon because you cant set up on it, and once it gets going,
without checks its hard to stop.

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answered Aug 2, 2013 by tazzie
edited Aug 25, 2013 by tazzie
Why did it take so long for a Whimsicott
what do you mean
It's probably the biggest troll out there.
^^^ i was wondering why whimsi wasn't the first answer
3 votes

I'm going to give something kinda simple (and somewhat untested competitively).

-Pain split Porygon2-
Porygon2 (Donald) @ evolite
Trait: Download
EVs: 252 Sdef/252 Def/4 HP
Modest Nature

  • Ice beam
  • Pain Split
  • Thunderbolt
  • Toxic/Recover

This may look like the typical looking Porygon2, but paired up with recover, you get your rage face on. Pain Split anything can take down those Chanseys and Blisseys with ease, so why not a Porygon2 than can eat up the chances of walling of inflicting the chance of being frozen or paralyzed, and possibly poison. I want to keep things real and say: without recover or a counterpart that knows recover, moonlight, etc., Pain Split Porygon2 is going to be difficult to use.

This is why I want to introduce a decent counterpart to the Pain Split Porygon2:

Skarmory (Ironclad) @ Shell Bell
Trait: Sturdy/Weak Armor
EVs: 252 Spd/252 Atk/4 HP
Adamant Narure

  • Night Slash
  • Roost
  • Iron Head/Steel Wing
  • Drill Peck/Rock Slide

I know this seems a bit undercooked, but with Recover, Roost, and Pain Split, the team healing can stall ( and troll) 'em mad. As a bonus, this team is almost a core team. Emphasis is on almost. Also, another way to troll with this duo is when Skarmory knows Whirlwind, Spikes, and Stealth Rock to go along with Porgon2's Toxic.

answered Aug 2, 2013 by Troll Patrol
This is quite good, but it does say to please make sure sets are tested out. But +1 nonetheless :3
2 votes

Xatu be bossin' enter image description here


So this is a set I made a few weeks ago, and I have to say it is trolly as hell.

Xatu @ Leftovers
Trait: Magic Bounce
EVs: 240 SDef / 252 HP / 16 Spd
Calm Nature

  • Roost
  • Night Shade
  • Thunder Wave
  • Confuse Ray

It mainly focuses on Parahax, and spreading paralysis onto the team members as they switch to cure themselves from confusion. With some prediction (which isn't difficult), you can paralyse an entire team, and then focus on parahaxing with Thunder Wave and Confuse Ray. Healing job goes to Roost and then to infclit some last minute damage, Night Shade makes life hell, and is in theory Xatu's strongest offensive move, without investment.


answered Aug 3, 2013 by Flare
sweet flare +1. Keep those Pokeballs rolling.
Awkward sentence :3
2 votes

Meet my latest experiment; StallShao enter image description here


Mienshao @ Life Orb
Trait: Regenerator
EVs: 224 Spd / 208 Atk / 76 HP
Jolly Nature

  • Toxic
  • Fake Out
  • U-turn
  • Drain Punch

The EVs are weird, so's your face :D

Basically, just enough speed to outspeed Max Jolly Speed Thundurus-T, and just OHKO standard OU physical attacking Mamoswine, the rest is dumped into HP for more bulk. This is my favourite fighting type Pokemon apart from Terrakion which I have used in OU.

It's a really trolly set, with Toxic to slowly stall the opponent, Fake Out to deal some free damage and a useful switch in (however this makes Lucario's counter move Drain Punch), and U-Turn grants me some free damage and gains momentum to switch the appropriate Pokemon into battle, and Drain Punch is the STAB and main move, and OHKO's Mamoswine (bulky variant) just in the face. I live this thing <3


answered Aug 3, 2013 by Flare
sweet flare +1. Keep those Pokeballs rolling. commented 1 hour ago by Breaking Point
2 votes

It did not need to take 23 answers to get to this guy.

Riolu
Riolu @Eviolite
Trait: Prankster
EVs: 248 HP / 112 Def / 96 SpD / 52 Spe
Careful Nature (+SpD, -SpA)
- Roar
- Copycat
- Drain Punch
- Substitute

Quit if you see this guy if you don't carry priority fast enough or something with Magic Bounce or Guard. Anyway, with hazards, this guy is a real son of a *****. First use Roar to get out a new Pokemon, then douche away with priority Copycat Roar. Unstoppable. The EVs give a decent enough bulk, but more importantly it outspeeds Scizor.

answered Aug 3, 2013 by Hotcakes
Sash > Eviolite
Yeah, probably. But Specs Sawk is better.
Keep telling you. SpecsTop is better.
1 vote

Shuckle (F) @Leftovers
Trait:Sturdy
EVs: 56 Sp.D/ 200 Def./ 252 Hp
Relaxed Nature
-Toxic
-Stealth Rock
-Rest
-Swagger

Never-ending cycle of health, high-powed confusion crippling your opponent, on top of the fact that they're gonna get hit with stealth rock and possibly a toxic too. With Shuckle's incredible defenses it's almost impossible to kill this pain in the .....! One of my favorite Pokemon to use to frustrate my unfortunate opponent

answered Aug 2, 2013 by Jding16