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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!!

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You know what's trollolololy against trollolololy Pokemon? Taunt!
Umbreon @Leftovers
Ability: Whatever
-Feint Attack
-Confuse Ray
-Toxic
-Moonlight

Hit em with toxic, then confuse ray. When they think they almost have you, use moonlight to boost your HP up
Why use feint attack if foul play is better? Ok you said any ability so I wil give it inner focus when it has a much better hidden ability.
U know what would be really trolly for generations before gen 6? Having shedninjas ability on a sabelye
And that's another strategy that's completely ruined by taunt.

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Shuckle @ Leftovers
Ability: Contrary
Nature: Bold (something that raises def or sp def)
EVs: 252 Defense 252 Sp Defense 4 HP
Moves:
-Toxic
-Rest
-Infestation
-Shell Smash
This set is unbelievably stupid and broken. You use shell smash to raise you defense and sp defense, toxic for non poison types, infestation to rack up damage, and then use rest whenever you need health.

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I absolutely love using Clefable in 1v1 battle or trolling other people in general. Here's what I use:

Clefable @ Sitrus Berry
Trait: Magic Guard
EVs: 252 Def / 4 SpAtk / 252 Spd
Timid Nature

  • Cosmic Power
  • Soft-Boiled
  • Any move you need for your team
  • Stored Power

First, use Cosmic Power to get that Def and SpDef up. That way, you can be sure that Clefable can withstand any attack. If you're feeling ambitious, than max that Def and sped all the way up to really piss off your opponent. Soft-Boiled is there to heal up if your opponent has any super-effective and/or powerful move. The Magic Guard ability ensures that Clefable doesn't take any damage from burns or poison. I would think that you'd probably want your Def and SpDef really high. Stored Power adds 20 more power for each of the user's stat boosts, so that would match Cosmic Power nicely. The last slot is saved for moves that you either enjoy using or need type coverage on, so that's your choice. In case the opponent immediately takes the Clefable's HP away, the Sitrus Berry will immediately heal up.

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