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I have never used a trick room team before and thought I would try it out. I already decided to use reuniclus as the trick room starter and thought about using snorlax gigalith and escavalier. I am wondering if my choices have any problems with my choices was wondering what I should do about the last 2 slots. I dunno if I should have another Pokemon to start trick room to keep my opponent guessing which one I am going to use and so on. Keep in mind this is for x and y.


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A trick room team is versatile but quite risky. It makes slow Pokémon the quickest and the quickest become the slowest. In it, you can use normally slow Pokémon such as Beheeyem and Escavalier, respectively special and physical sweeper. You can use any kind of slow Pokémon, and Ferrothorn has a good use. Gigalith and Aromatisse, though inferior, still have some use. Mega-Abomasnow is excellent here. Carracosta and eviolite Doublade are a little bit quicker, and serves some function.

So here is a little list of usable Pokémon:

  • Beheeyem
  • Escavalier
  • Ferrothorn
  • Gigalith
  • Musharna
  • Aromatisse
  • Mega-Abomasnow
  • Carracosta
  • Eviolite Doublade
  • Gurdurr
  • Dragalge

and some other choices. Hope this help !

hariyama, marowak, conkeldurr, reinculous, duslclops, cresseliea
Yeah, I didn't listed everything...
Hey thanks for the info but do you think i should have 2 trick room starters on a team of 6? And if so could u give examples?
You may need 1 independent Pokémon if the strategy misses, 2 Trick Room setter, and 3 Trick Room Sweepers.
Gralof, go to Battle Subway section, and post a question about your team, then I may answer you furthermore.
For the independent Pokémon, you can see this:
Alright thank you for the info and I will think up a team with this thanks
My pleasure :)