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Given the many duplicate Pokemon (and shinies) GameFreak throws our way. I sometimes like to have people with different movesets to set themselves apart from something I already caught/trained a generation ago and can transfer over.

I know Greninja is usually a special attack, but Ash-Greninja has the option of using physical moves too (just not as many). Even Toxtricity has been used as a physical attack, and then there's Rayquaza.

So how many equal-offense Pokemon are there? I can't find this information on Bulbapedia or Serebii without looking at every last individual Pokemon out there.

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Sorry I won't list the difference as that'll take hours more.
All Pokémon who in some way/cases can be mixed sweepers:

Primal Kyogre
Mega Rayquaza and normal
Deoxys-attack and deoxys-normal
Mewtwo
Hoopa-unbound
Ultra necrozma
Diancie and it's mega
Normal greninja and Ash-greninja
Groudon-primal
Sceptile and it's mega
Lucario and it's mega
Aegislash
Pheramosa
Blastoise and it's mega
Abamasnow and it's mega
Yveltal
Xerneas (although very rarely)
Blaziken and it's mega
Volcanion
Necrozma (normal)
The incarnate genes
Zekrom and Reshiram
Arceus and it's forms
Mega Salamance
Giratina (both forms)
Glalie and it's mega
Zoarork
Cacturne
Toxtricity
Empoleon (due to ability)
Ho-oh
Altaria and it's mega
Goodra
Tangrowth
Mega Charizard x(rarely)
Celestella
Marctus
Electross
The lake trio
Camerupt
Heatmor
Infernape
Emboar
Dragapult
Kommo-o
Victrebell
Regieleki
Regidrago
Minior
Victini
Jirachi
Mew
Celebi (rarely)
Magmar
Semi-monkeys (semipour etc.)
Guzzlord
Gogoat (rarely)
Swampert
Sharpedo (earlier gens, now rarely)
Silvally
Electrabuzz
Kingdra
Walrien
Mothim
Huntail
Spiritomb
Exploud
Turtnator
Virizion
Boltund
Shiftry
Carnivine
Arctozolt
Raichu
Girafarig
Liepard
Nidoking and Nidoqueen
Siesmatoad
Cloyster
Weezing (both forms)
Cramorant
Ammongus
Toarcoal
Coalossal
Laprus
Slurpuff
Caracoasta
Meganium
Cradily
Regigigas (due to bad ability)
Arctovish
Basculin (both forms,rarely)
Phione
Bronzong
Torterra
Tropius
Pidgeot
Castform (all forms)
Claydol
Dewgong
Luminion
Sableye
Corsola
Dusclops
Audino and it's mega

Hope I helped!
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Wow OP upvoted
Thanks :)
Mixed primal Kyogre makes me cry
I probably wouldn’t say “all Pokémon who can be mixed sweepers”, as anything can be a mixed sweeper, and plenty pokemon on this list aren’t viable.
Mixed primal Kyogre makes me cry

Fun fact: it's COMMON in gen 7 ubers ladder.
And I changed it a bit. Thanks
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These are 'mons who have Atk and SpA stat equal (above 80 Base Stat only)

  • Rayquaza-Mega (180)
  • Necrosma-U (167)
  • Diancie-Mega (160)
  • Rayquaza (150)
  • Deoxys all forms (150 / 180 / 70 / 95)
  • Wishiwashi-School (140)
  • Aegislash (50 / 140)
  • Pheromosa (137)
  • Abomasnow-Mega (132)
  • Xerneas (131)
  • Yveltal (131)
  • Mega Charizard X (130)
  • Kyurem (130)
  • Azelf (125)
  • Glalie-Mega (120)
  • Arceus (120)
  • Genesect (120)
  • Giratina (100 / 120)
  • Cacturne (115)
  • Altaria-Mega (110)
  • Infernape (108)
  • Octillery (105)
  • Mesprit (105)
  • Celebi (100)
  • Jirachi (100)
  • Regieleki (100)
  • Regidrago (100)
  • Victini (100)
  • Manaphy (100)
  • Diancie (100)
  • Shaymin Land (100)
  • Seviper (100)
  • Minior (60 / 100)
  • Simisage (98)
  • Simipour (98)
  • Simisear (98)
  • Kingdra (95)
  • Type: Null (95)
  • Sivally (95)
  • Spiritomb (92)
  • Abomasnow (92)
  • Exploud (91)
  • Raichu (90)
  • Lugia (90)
  • Wailord (90)
  • Cobalion (90)
  • Virizion (90)
  • Boltund (90)
  • Liepard (88)
  • Swanna (87)
  • Lapras (85)
  • Sableye-Mega (85)
  • Torkoal (85)
  • Amoongus (85)
  • Cramorant (85)
  • Cradily (81)
  • Klefki (80)
  • Coalossal (80)
  • Calyrex (80)
  • Vespiquen (80)
  • Glalie (80)
  • Froslass (80)

These are 'mons who have Atk close to SpA

  • P-Groudon (180 / 150)
  • Hoopa-U (160 / 170)
  • Lucario-Mega (145 / 140)
  • Ash-Greninja (145 / 153)
  • Landorus-I (125 / 115)
  • Blaziken (120 / 110)
  • Tornadus-I (115 / 125)
  • Thundurus-I (115 / 125)
  • Lucario (115 / 110)
  • Eelektross (115 / 105)
  • Zeraora (112 / 102)
  • Arcanine (110 / 100)
  • Kommo-O (110 / 100)
  • Decidueye (107 / 100)
  • Victreebel (105 / 100)
  • Zoroark (105 / 120)
  • Nidoking (102 / 85) [It has Special Attacks powerful than physical]
  • Celesteela (101 / 107)
  • Guzzlord (101 / 97)
  • Tangrowth (100 / 110)
  • Samurott (100 / 108)
  • Shiftry (100 / 90)
  • Camerupt (100 / 105)
  • Tornadus-T (100 / 110)
  • Gogoat (100 / 97)
  • Goodra (100 / 110)
  • Zygarde-C (100 / 91)
  • Heatmor (97 / 105)
  • Greninja (95 / 103)
  • Weezing (90 / 85)
  • Lickilicky (85 / 80)
  • Blastoise (83 / 85)
  • Meganium (82 / 83)
  • Slurpuff (80 / 85)

Bold are those who are usually used as stallers or support.

There are plenty of other examples who can be mixed attackers. For example, some Pseudo-Legendary Dragons (Garchomp, Dragapult) whose SpA is not less than 100 run Draco Meteor (rarely).

Hope this helps :)

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