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Psychic Pokemon Team Help. 1st REAL answer gets best answer!?

Okay I’d Wanna make my psychic team. Here is the Pokemon Types I want (Types=Wall,Sweeper,etc.)
And there’s a list of psychic pkmn at the bottom along with Pokemon Type Definitions. And If I forgot a UU pokemon, please let me no. I cannot have any UU pokemon in my team. THX
NOTE: I’m Not worried about movesets right now
My Dream Team:
Fragile cannon
Mix sweeper
Mix wall
Phys Sweeper
Spec sweeper
Tank/ Spec tank
Wall — A pokemon that has high defence (good ones have at least 400), and can take hits. It usually counters physical sweepers. They have usually a recovery move, an attacking move, a status move and one other depending on the pokemon. Examples are Skarmory, Weezing, Regirock.
Special Wall – A pokemon that has high special defence (good ones have at least 400), and can take hits. It usually counters special sweepers. They have (usually) a recovery move, an attacking move, a status move and one other depending on the pokemon. Examples are Blissey, Regice and Snorlax. These are also called “Sponges” occasionally
Mix Wall — A pokemon that has good defence and special defence. They can counter both special and physical sweepers, and have the same kind of moveset as walls. However, these can be more inclined to set up with moves such as curse. Examples are Probopass, Shuckle and Umbreon.
Sweeper — An attacking pokemon that uses physical moves. They generally have some kind of set-up as well to either boost their speed or attack. Good attack and speed are needed, as the idea is to faint the opponent in one or two hits. Examples are Garchomp, Lucario and Tyranitar
Special Sweeper — An attacking pokemon that uses special moves. These aren’t as commonly used with set-ups as physical sweepers as there aren’t many good special attack boosting moves out there. Calm mind and nasty plot are two of the best. Common examples are Porygon-Z, Azelf and Starmie. Spec sweepers are occasionally called “Snipers” as well.
Mix Sweeper — As you may have guessed, this is a sweeper that uses both physical and special moves. When used correctly this can lay waste to the common SkarmBliss combo with 2 hits. 2 of each kind of move is normal. However this kind of sweeper tends not to have as high of either attack as its mono counterparts as you have to put EVs into both stats, as well as speed. Examples are Salamence, Infernape and Electivire.
Tank/Special Tank — This is almost like a sweeper/special sweeper, except that the speed is sacraficed for more of one type of defence. This allows it to take hits and set-up with moves or just to straight attack. They generally have more attack than a sweeper. Examples of this are Swampert, Milotic and the occasional Gyrados.
Fragile Cannon — The extreme version of a sweeper — the speed and attacking freak. It has ridiculously low defence, but ridiculously high atk/sp atk and speed. It generally carries a focus sash and no set-up moves — it doesn’t need them and will die if it does. Take extreme care against choice band/speced versions of these too — they will destroy you. Examples of these are Gengar, Alakazam and Weavile.
Baton Passer — Quite simply, it BPs stat changes to another pokemon, generally a kind of sweeper. A swords dance or agility is common. Speed boost Ninjask is the most common of these, as one protect can BP a level of speed, and a protect and substitute can basically do an agility. Examples are Gliscor, Eeveelutions and Ninjask.
Alakazam
Hypno
Mr. Mime
Espeon
Gardevoir
Grumpig
Chimecho
Uxie
Mesprit
Azelf
Cresselia
Xatu
Celebi
Gallade
Slowbro
Exeggutor
Starmie
Jynx
Slowking
Girafarig
Medicham
Lunatone
Solrock
Claydol
Metagross
Jirachi
Bronzong

5 COMMENTS

  1. heh, psychic team
    Just note that you ought not to have all psychic types, as it leaves a huge weakness open to bug, dark, ghost. There is also no such thing as a real mixed wall. Its either one or the other. Anyways, here’s my take on it
    Alakazam @ Choice Scarf
    Modest
    Evs: 252 Sp Atk / 6 Sp Def / 252 Speed
    Trick
    Psychic
    Focus Blast
    Shadow Ball / Energy Ball / Hidden Power Ice
    Already outrunning everything your opponent sends out at you. You can pick to sweep or pass of the choice scarf. Opponents that lead with walls can be easily incapacitated by the scarf.
    Bronzong @ Leftovers
    Sassy
    Levitate
    Evs: 252 HP / 86 Atk / 80 Def / 92 Sp Def
    Gyro Ball
    Stealth Rock
    Hypnosis
    Earthquake
    closest thing you’ll get to a good mixed wall. Can set up stealth rock, beat down those nasty quick pokemon with gyro ball, and incapacitate pokes with hypnosis. Make sure you get your speed as low as possible for maximum gyro ball efficiency.
    Jirachi @ Leftovers
    Impish
    Evs: 240 HP / 56 Atk / 76 Def / 136 Speed
    Wish
    U-Turn
    Zen Headbutt
    Reflect / Light Screen
    This thing makes a fine supporter. It can pass off a wish to heal your pokemon via U-Turn or a flat out switch, and can cause some annoying flinches with the headbutt. Reflect and Light Screen can shore up the defenses of a pokemon receiving the pass
    Gallade @ Life Orb
    Adamant
    Evs: 64 HP / 252 Atk / 192 Speed
    Swords Dance
    Psycho Cut / Shadow Sneak
    Ice Punch
    Close Combat
    Standard Gallade. Although losing psycho cut for shadow sneak deprives you of a second STAB move, a single swords dance + life orb + shadow sneak can do some major damage. Just make sure to keep it out of the way of those physical sweepers unless you’re sure you can outrun them.
    Azelf @ Focus Sash
    Timid / Naive
    Evs: 252 Atk / 6 HP / 252 Speed
    Psychic
    Nasty Plot
    Flamethrower
    Grass Knot / Explosion
    This will give you some great coverage, and you can nasty plot thanks to the sash. Just be warned you ought to use this as a starter to avoid stealth rock. If you want it to go out with a bang, use a naive nature and explosion. Explosion is common among Azelf so it can be very predictable. Use with care.
    Last but not least
    Cresselia @ Leftovers
    Bold
    252 HP / 252 Def / 6 Sp Atk
    Calm Mind
    Moonlight
    Ice Beam
    Charge Beam / Psychic
    Bolt Beam CM cresselia. Can take physical hits and can shore up its defenses with calm mind. Calm mind also allows cresselia to sweep with the bolt beam combo. If you really need an STAB move for damage, use psychic.
    Also, if you arent a fan of gallade
    Metagross @ Leftovers
    Adamant
    Evs: 152 HP / 252 Atk / 104 Speed
    Agility
    Earthquake
    Meteor Mash
    Thunder Punch / Ice Punch / Explosion
    Basic Agility gross. A single agility will let you outrun every pokemon in the game barring certain scarfed pokemon and deoxys speed form. If you want type coverage or a giant explosion take you pick for its last move. The other 2 are standard.
    Note for some of these movesets you need access to a plat move tutor. If you need one contact me via email
    Hope that helped!

  2. Meta gross as a tank or specail tank beacuase it has a big defence and can remove enimeis form play easily moveset: meteor mash for a physical, earthquake so you can work with your psycix pokemon with levitate, pyschic or pyscho boost either one is fine. Alakazam could be your fragile sweeper cause it really could die in one hit but can kill the opponent with one hit. I have no suggestion for alakazam moveset. Chimecho or celeby are perfect for a baton passer and they should also be a fusion of attack and helping moves. For mix sweeper is Gallade not happy with him? do grumpig and for gallade she or he should have close combat, psychic, two other physical and special attack moves. i suggest gallade cause he or she is more faster and has great attack and phycial attacks. i use jirachi as a specail sweeper because i made her learn perish song as a last resort and plus she can learn calmind she also learns doom desire. Sweeper should be a pokemon from the halfway mark on your list to the end. i suggst metagross as a wall and a special wall. i suggest pokemon with two types because ill they’ll get is dark types and pwn you so get a pokemon with two types. Anymore questions? if you have questions email me

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