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What is a good moveset for Pyroar?

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asked Nov 12, 2013 by MovesetBot
YEAH! >:D
Why does this thing get Moxie and a base 68 attack. Why.
Why does this thing get Moxie and no Quick Attack or Flare Blitz? Why?

7 Answers

3 votes

Litleo (M) @ Life Orb
Scar
Ability: Moxie
Level: 5
EVs: 180 Spd / 196 Atk / 132 SDef
Adamant / Jolly Nature
- Return
- Flame Charge
- Wild Charge
- Work Up

Well here is a Little Cup moveset for Litleo. Now I know most of you would scold me for using a physical set instead of special, but because special sets are so common it what makes this one so good. First you start off by using Work Up to raise your Attack and Special Attack, mostly attack. Then you Flame Charge which is STAB and raises your speed, where if you get off two or three you will pretty much outspeed anything without a scarf and most things with a scarf. We have Return as a secondary STAB move that hits other fire types decently after a few Moxie boost. Finally there is Wild Charge to hit those annoying water types that like to run around the LC metagame. Adamant or Jolly is your choice as speed or power.

answered Nov 13, 2013 by Aura Warrior
There is an LC Litleo moveset question.
Notice how i posted this 7 days before that question even came up.
I did not notice that, as I didn't look at the date. I was just telling you in case you didn't know.
2 votes

Pokenubz (Pyroar) @ Choice Specs/Life Orb
Trait: Unnerve
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SAtk / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
- Fire Blast
- Hidden Power Ice
- Hyper Voice
- Will-O-Wisp / Flamethrower

Okay so Pyroar's good special attack and speed let you kill things. Specs STAB Fire Blast OHKOs Aegislash which is very nice. Hyper Voice is secondary STAB, hitting types which resist Fire pretty hard, and Hidden Power Ice rounds it off, even with the lowered power still hitting the dragons which are 4x weak to ice hard. The final slot is a tossup between Wil-o-wisp and Flamethrower really - Will-O-Wisp would probably work better on a Life Orb set while Flamethrower on the specs set as an alternative attack with higher accuracy to utilise. Dark Pulse is another option, but Fire Blast outdamages a super effective Dark Pulse so that's useless. Abilitywise, Unnerve is the safest, with Moxie being useless on a special attacker and Rivalry being conditional and also having a possible negative effect.
Kyron likes this pokeman too much. >.>

answered Nov 12, 2013 by Sempiternus
edited Mar 25 by MrKijani
Yay you named it after me :3
Would suggest the use of HP Grass when it goes down to NU (which it obviously will).
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Pyroar @ Focus Sash:
Trait: Unnerve
EV: 252 Special Attack / 252 Speed / 4 HP
Timid Nature

  • Flamethrower
  • Endeavour
  • Dark Pulse
  • Hyper Voice

OK, this one is the worst Fire Pokémon I've ever seen. I think Magcargo is still better. Bref, Flamethrower is basically used 85 % of the time, as being a STAB. Simple as that. Hyper Voice is a STAB, but is lesser powerful than Flamethrower. Pyroar can pull off some good damage, but is otherwise outclassed. Other than that, Dark Pulse is an option, because that heck Pyroar cannot use better and finally Endeavour reduces the HP to 1 once the sash was used. That's it.

answered Nov 13, 2013 by RecreativeReshiram
Fire Blast over Flamethrower
Pyroar is no where close to being the worst fire type. Having a shallow movepool doesnt make a pokemon terrible, just not as great as others
Pyroar is probably going to end up being the best fast Special Attacking Fire type in NU (if Delphox isn't NU that is) since Charizard is now too powerful for the tier. Now that role isn't really enough in my opinion to warrant it seeing a decent amount of play in NU, but I can see it having a bit of use here and there. Main competition is Simisear, which has worse stats but has a stat boosting move in its place.
Work Up :P
You are right. But I dislike it.
0 votes

Pyroar @ Choice Scarf
Trait: Unnerve
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SAtk / 252 Spd
Timid Nature
- Fire Blast
- Hyper Voice
- Hidden Power [Ice] / [Ground]
- Flamethrower

answered Nov 13, 2013 by JarJar~
Why use Hidden Power (Ground) over Bulldoze and two fire-type moves at once?
0 votes

Pyroar (Female)

Ability: Rivalry
Nature: Modest (+SpAtk, -Atk)
EV's: 252 SpAtk, 252 Spd, 4 HP

Fire Blast: STAB, Main attack.
Hyper Voice: STAB, Secondary attack.
Dark Pulse: Coverage
Attract: Rivalry kicks in for other females and attract is for males so you are covered for both male and female Pokemon essentially.

answered Mar 14 by Eternal_Dragon88
Wouldn't it be better to use male with rivalry and attract? Most people I've seen use male pokemon. Just saying.
0 votes

Pyroar @Focus Sash
Nature: Timid
Ability: Unnerve
Evs: 252 spd, 252 sp att and rest on HP

Flamethrower- stab and higher accuracy than fire blast
Hyper Voice- stab and can go through subs
Dark Pulse- good coverage for the ghost that hyper voice can't hit
Will O Wisp- with pyroars speed it can make first move a lot of times and this move can cripple those ground, rock, fighting types and also the much used gyarados

answered Apr 3 by magz56
0 votes

Echoed voice Pyroar:

Pyroar @ Metronome
Nature: Modest
Ability: Unnerve
EVs: 252 Sp.Atk, 252 HP, 4 Speed

Echoed Voice
Flamethrower
Hyper Voice
Noble Roar

Basically, you spam Echoed Voice to get it's boosts, also boosted by STAB and metronome. If you are worried you don't have the bulk to boost echoed voice, or get a OHKO with it on your first turn, use Flamethrower, also STAB boosted. Hyper Voice is for fire resistant Pokemon that you don't have the bulk to Echoed Voice to death. It's rare you'll need to use Hyper Voice, as Echoed Voice and Flamethrower are good enough for most things. Noble Roar lowers the attack and sp.atk of your opponents, so you aren't KOed as easy, so you are asfer when Echoed Voicing. This is especially good against stat boosters, as you don't risk being KOed while you echoed voice, and it's boost helps overpower your opponents if it's Sp.Def. It's unfortunate he doesn't have much bulk, as this set would be even better if he did.

answered May 11 by Lobster44
edited Jun 28 by Lobster44