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CeleTran OU, 22-4

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So I made this team a while ago and I quite like it. This is the first CeleTran team I'll have ever made and it has been doing really well so far. I haven't used it too much but one of my losses was against Dr. Flame and it was only a 1-0 and the other was me getting 2-0'd by some guy on main, so the team has been doing well, and it's fun to use as most of the battles it partakes in are usually pretty close and the fact that it is half UU makes it easier to surprise my opponent as the UU pokemon I have are pretty much never seen in OU making them somewhat harder to predict, and I believe that is a big part of why the team does as well as it does.


A battle replay VS Lexie from Amethyst. (She swore a lot, just a warning)


Celebi @ Leftovers

Trait: Natural Cure
EVs: 252 HP / 36 Spd / 220 Def
Bold Nature
- Recover
- Thunder Wave
- Baton Pass
- Giga Drain

Celebi is awesome. It's a lot bulkier than it looks and it can cause utter chaos by spreading paraylzation throughout enemy teams and walling the heck out of the water types that love rain, it can also terrorize the rain teams it gives trouble with STAB Giga Drain, which hits harder than you would think, breaking the Sub of a +1 SDef Keldeo and walling its STABs like a sir. Baton Pass evades things like Pursuit from Scizor and T-tar and other such threats and let's him bring in his partner in crime, Heatran.

Heatran @ Leftovers

Trait: Flash Fire
EVs: 252 SDef / 252 HP / 4 SAtk
Calm Nature
- Stealth Rock
- Toxic
- Lava Plume
- Roar

Whether he is setting Rocks, poisoning opposing walls, or phazing, Tranny synergizes amazingly well with Celebi and the 2 are great at terrorizing OU with their synergy shenanigans and ability to pretty much wall the heck out of most special (And some physical) sweepers, whilst spreading status and trolling. Lava Plume is STAB and has that burn chance to cripple opponents who are not already status'd or do not need to be.

Sharpedo @ Life Orb

Trait: Speed Boost
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 SDef
Adamant Nature
- Protect
- Waterfall
- Crunch
- Ice Fang

Despite being slightly sturdier than wet paper, Sharpedo completes a Grass/Water/Fire core that the team has, but Sharpedo is in it for mid to late game sweeps, picking off opposing pokemon that have been worn down throughout the battle and those that have been shut down by status. Waterfall and Crunch are STABs and Ice Fang nails Dragon types that usually end up walling or not taking mcuh damage from his STABs.

Gengar @ Life Orb

Trait: Levitate
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 SAtk / 4 HP
Timid Nature
- Shadow Ball
- Hidden Power [Ice]
- Focus Blast
- Pain Split

Pretty straight forward. Shadow Ball and Focus Blast get great coverage and HP Ice is courtesy of Hex, making Gengar able to nail things like Breloom, SD Garchomp, and unboosted Dragonites and Landorus and stuffz. Pain Split regains HP for Gengar on opposing switches and lets him go longer while making the LO recoil that stacks up much more tolerable.

Bronzong @ Leftovers

Trait: Levitate
EVs: 252 HP / 4 Atk / 252 Def
Impish Nature
IVs: 0 Spd
- Toxic
- Earthquake
- Gyro Ball
- Protect

Bronzong is an absolute monster. It's bulky as heck, has lots of resistances and a few immunities, one weakness, and did I mention it's bulky? I am running a more offensive variant with Toxic because it's annoying as heck, Esrthquake to nail other Steel types and put some decent damage on Fire type switch-ins, namely Heatran. Gyro Ball squashes many frailer OU sweepers such as Gengar, Jolteon, and Landorus-I while also dealing SE damage to common threats such as Terrakion and the occasional ScarfTar. Protect is for Leftovers recovery and is extremely useful for scouting what set my opponent is running, and as I go on I begin to appreciate Protect scouting more and more as it often tips me off as to what I am up against and foils any surprise predictions made by my enemy. Also, using Protect every other turn is fun because it makes people mad :D

Mienshao @ Choice Scarf

Trait: Regenerator
EVs: 252 Atk / 252 Spd / 4 SAtk
Lonely Nature
- Hi Jump Kick
- U-turn
- Hidden Power [Ice]
- Stone Edge

I really love Mienshao, as he is very versatile. His STAB Hi Jump Kick strikes fear into the hearts of many, and he is able to surprise kill lots of Landorus, Dragon type, and Gliscor switch ins with HP Ice, which is off considering it is one of the more common moves Mienshao runs in OU. Stone Edge picks off Flying types and U-turn weeds out Psychic type switch-ins, while revenge killing Alakazam and other frailer or weakened Psychic and Dark types with ease.

asked Apr 9, 2013 by |SentByRavens|
edited Jun 5, 2013 by |SentByRavens|
Nice team.
Tanku :D
lol the april Fools Celebi Sprite ;D
OMG YES. That is epic. Where do you find those sprites Mew?
Those are the April fool's showdown sprites...
If you want to use em, just look at the edit history, take the link, and replace the pokemon name with another pokemon.
"I haven't used it too much but one of my losses was against Dr. Flame and it was only a 1-0 " Man I feel so proud <3
But good team Ben Keep it up :>
^ Bump :D

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