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Venusaur
Pikachu
Pidgeotto
Jolteon
Ditto

Lugia •

Manectric
Pelipper
Jirachi •
Rayquaza °

Staraptor
Glaceon
Froslass
Dialga °
Arceus °

Serperior
Tirtouga
Whimsicott
Cincinno
Vanillite
Emolga
Chandelure
Beartic

Talonflame
Avalugg
Hawlucha
Zygarde •

Decidueye
Mimikyu
Celesteela

Sirfetch'd
Darmanitan (Galarian)

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What format/rules are you playing with? Singles or doubles? Which game?
I understand why this is flagged, but it doesn't formally break any rules.

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Pikachu, Jolteon, Pidgeotto, Glaceon, and Vanilite, are out of the question on the competitive scene.

Despite Jolteons incredible speed, it lacks a good movepool, and it has frail defences

Pidgeotto is unevolved and won’t have access to moves Pidgeot has, such as Heat Wave.

Pikachu hasn’t got much either, even with a Lightball to boost its Attack and Sp attack, but is preferable over Jolteon.

Glaceon has a similar case to Jolteon, high stats in special attack and defence, but it’s movepool leaves much to be desired and lack of HP or speed

Vanilite isn’t even at it’s second stage, so that’s a big no, as a lot of unevolved Pokemon have very low stats.

Most legendaries or mythical Pokemon are usually in Ubers, making them great competitively. Try to avoid unevolved or not fully evolved Pokemon, as their evolutions can do better. But this doesn’t always apply to NFE or unevolved Pokemon

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