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Best Zubat Moveset

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Bob Roberts
• Thursday, 31 December, 2020
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This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the bestmoveset for PVP battles. It is vulnerable to Ice, Rock, Psychic and Electric moves.

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Zubat's strongest move set is Quick Attack & Sludge Bomb, and it has a Max CP of 667. “ Cuba remains quietly unmoving in a dark spot during the bright daylight hours.

It does so because prolonged exposure to the sun causes its body to become slightly burned.” This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the bestmoveset for PVP battles.

Taunt stops anything from setting up or stat using you, while Toxic could ruin some bulkier threats but isn't really advised, and U-turn is a personal favorite of mine for breaking hitting Psychic types, revenge killing, and gathering momentum. Super Fang deals 50% to anything at full HP all the time which is really nice for wall breaking, Roost is recovery, and Brave Bird is your STAB.

Also, think about adding U-turn to your current set, it could help hit things like Aura and other Psychic types. Answered May 16, 2013by the_netts Even though this weakling bat has poorly low stats.

Also, can Clear Smog other slot stat uppers and anything non-steel which is awesome. He's already pretty fast, so I really don't know where to start with his EV distribution....

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Well you might as well run 252 Attack | 252 Speed | 4 HP if you really want to use him.Ahh, ok. Like I said earlier, level doesn't matter, just the number of EVs and where they're placed does.

I say this, as since the start of the game he has fought various Pokémon e.g. pat rats, gym leader Pokémon etc, so I just wanted to make sure I could still max the EV stats I want. Axis You won't be able to maximize EVs on your Samurai due to the massive variety of Pokémon found throughout a campaign through Nova.

If you really have the time and desire to get that specific Samurai to end up with 252 ATK / 252 SPE, there are some berries that will remove 10 EVs of a specific stat each. However, chances are your Samurai already has maxed EVs, so this will be a massive undertaking, and you'll probably be better off breeding a fresh Short with the day care. IV breeding is just breeding constantly and checking a Pokémon's IVs with (usually) an action replay.

This is no longer the case for B&W as they removed the level 100 possibility, and level 50 battles are less reliable (but probably your only method of checking other than AR). RNG is Random Number Generation, described here.

I want to start up a rain dance team consisting of ONLY 5th gen Pokémon. I had a nice mixed team of the 4th gen and drizzle toad as my open but sadly I'm being forced to go only 5th gen entirely. I have no idea where to start.

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I'm not asking to have an entire team built for me, but I just don't know how to get my feet off the ground in doing so. I usually take other people's teams, tear them down, and swap in my own Pokémon or move sets but the problem now is that I don't know the Pokémon or even have teams to start messing with.

You won't be able to maximize EVs on your Samurai due to the massive variety of Pokémon found throughout a campaign through Nova. If you really have the time and desire to get that specific Samurai to end up with 252 ATK / 252 SPE, there are some berries that will remove 10 EVs of a specific stat each.

However, chances are your Samurai already has maxed EVs, so this will be a massive undertaking, and you'll probably be better off breeding a fresh Short with the day care. IV breeding is just breeding constantly and checking a Pokémon's IVs with (usually) an action replay. This is no longer the case for B&W as they removed the level 100 possibility, and level 50 battles are less reliable (but probably your only method of checking other than AR).

EVs are awarded to a stat that the opponent Pokémon corresponds to. For your Cuba example, I'm fairly certain he gives 1 EV point to speed.

However, the issue that I'm telling you about is that Your Samurai has done so much battling (supposedly) while traveling through Nova, that it's probably reached the max amount of EVs it can take in, and this 510 EVs that he has are probably a mess of all 6 of the stats. So you won't be able to get 252 in speed, as he's probably maxed out at the 510 EVs, where some of those points you want in Speed have now moved to, say, Defense or something. As for natures, there are multiple ways to check.

You can go to your Pokémon's info in game, see what nature it is in the first page, and search it up on just about any Pokémon information site. (i.e. Jolly raises speed, but hinders special attack, good for a physical sweeper).

For your Cuba example, I'm fairly certain he gives 1 EV point to speed. However, the issue that I'm telling you about is that Your Samurai has done so much battling (supposedly) while traveling through Nova, that it's probably reached the max amount of EVs it can take in, and this 510 EVs that he has are probably a mess of all 6 of the stats.

So you won't be able to get 252 in speed, as he's probably maxed out at the 510 EVs, where some of those points you want in Speed have now moved to, say, Defense or something. As for natures, there are multiple ways to check. (i.e. Jolly raises speed, but hinders special attack, good for a physical sweeper).

Also, I would appreciate if could you give me your opinion about the move sets and items I should put on these Pokémon. x Sure, you don't have to fight 252 Cuba in a row, but you can't fight other Pokémon unless they give you speed or another stat you want to EV in.

Meaning, if you fight a Pokémon that gives you a defense or something that you don't want, you'll be messing up your EVs unless you remove those defense EVs with one of those berries. Save some specific info like the fact that you have to manually count the EVs you invest as there's no way of checking in game.

Rare candy is not required at all in EV training. x Sure, you don't have to fight 252 Cuba in a row, but you can't fight other Pokémon unless they give you speed or another stat you want to EV in.

Meaning, if you fight a Pokémon that gives you a defense or something that you don't want, you'll be messing up your EVs unless you remove those defense EVs with one of those berries. Save some specific info like the fact that you have to manually count the EVs you invest as there's no way of checking in game.

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