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I would like to know about both competitive and in game battles, including battle tree. Seems a pretty fun but gimmick one....

Could I have kind of pros and cros or something like that?

Oh, I have seen people giving him sitrus berries to hold.. But wouldn't be better those pinch-berries? I'm missing something?

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I've tried using it with Assault Vest with up-and-down results. A very strong Pokemon in school form. Earthquake, Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, and...Iron Tail?
In game it's fine. Leveled up a bit higher than the opps it's high stats means it usually one shots most Pokémon pretty comfortably. Competitively, it's too slow and unreliable. Not worth using.
well yeah don't ever use it in high tiers lol, it's way too squishy and slow for that

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I'd say wishiwashi is decent. With tr support, its insane. Use it in doubles with a tr healer and you're good. Coverage is terrible on it, but it hits hard enough for it not to matter much. I used this set in doubles

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Evs: 252 hp, 252 atk, 4 spatk
Brave Nature
Schooling
Earthquake- big damage
Scald-for physical walls
Aqua tail/Waterfall- for special walls
u-turn- I guess.

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Evs: 200 hp, 252 def, 56 spdef
Sassy Nature
Heal pulse- to keep wishiwashi going strong
Trick room- to make wishiwashi go first
dazzling gleam-STAB, multi target
Psychic- STAB, single target

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Why have a gardevoir as a trick room setter, when hatterne can take advantage of it
Thanks for the sets! May give it a try. Upvoted.
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This Wishiwashi set is good in gen 8 NU.

Wishiwashi @ leftovers
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD
Relaxed nature
- U-turn
- scald
- rest
- sleep talk

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