Yashu

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  1. As with riolulu890, I will not be accepting this order. If you have any questions, just read the rules
  2. Sorry, this order will be ignored. The limit is currently in play and I will not do complex human characters, like Elsa. However, to change your signature, simply go to "Account Settings", and click the signature tab. Please re-read the rules and request appropriately when the rules obligate you to do so. I encourage you to order once my three orders have been finished. Thanks =)
  3. Accepted, and that's the cap of three orders for now. No more orders will be accepted until I finish them.
  4. The let's take one step away from Zorua, shall we? Is it Zoroark?
  5. At lvl 100 Scarf Max speed Mag caps at 360

     

    run scarf

    1. Yashu

      Yashu

      just comment on the RMT bro

  6. Yashu's OU Army 2.0 Introduction -- With the release of Pokemon Bank coming out soon, it could be a good idea to start making Bank teams, so I started making a few as well. Among all the Bank OU teams that I made and tested, the team below was the most successful and my favorite. It combines synergy, a few surprise elements, and some very hard-hitters. In depth -- Magearna @ Steelium Z Ability: Soul-Heart EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe Timid Nature IVs: 0 Atk - Flash Cannon - Aura Sphere / Ice Beam - Thunderbolt - Shift Gear Magearna is one of my primary sweepers on the team due to its somewhat wide coverage and ability. I prefer Shift Gear, which allows Magearna to outspeed a very large chunk of nonscarfed Pokemon. AV Magearna lacks in speed, which is why it is incapable of sweeping most of the time. It can be quite easy to set one up, because of its many resistances. Magearna can KO a Pokemon on a wide variety of circumstances, usually with a Flash Cannon. After a Soul-Heart boost, Magearna turns into a frightening sweeper which only gets stronger as it goes. Thunderbolt can help greatly with Toxapex and Celesteela. However, Ice Beam can also be debatable due to its coverage by hitting Lando-T, Garchomp, and other ground types which don't expect Ice Beam. Aura Sphere is also highly valued, as it helps it KO other steel types whereas otherwise it could not. I'm not entirely sure which I would prefer in this case. Lastly, I slapped a Steelium Z on it just to get some extra damage on a Flash Cannon that wouldn't regularly kill a feared opponent. I'm sure there could be a better item on this set, but that's what this RMT is for ;). Magnezone @ Choice Specs Ability: Magnet Pull EVs: 4 Def / 252 SpA / 252 Spe Timid Nature - Volt Switch - Hidden Power [Fire] - Flash Cannon - Thunderbolt Here comes yet another steel type on this team, Magnezone. Magnezone is predominantly used for water types and Celesteela. Its ability, Magnet Pull also has the capability to trap steel types and punish them with a Hidden Power Fire. It can deal with most steel types, but Mega-Metagross should be feared with its high speed stat and Earthquake. It also has trouble with other Magnezones with Magnet Pull and HP Fire. Specs if preferred over Scarf, because even with a Choice Scarf, it's speed is underwhelming and can be outsped by lots of other Pokemon. I'm not quite sure which would be more useful on this team, but Specs can be nice to sweep. Plus, it gets a boosted Thunderbolt on Celesteela which comes amazingly handy. This brings me to my next point. Most Celesteelas are easy to KO, but if a Celesteela gets an Autotomize boost and has access to flamethrower, Magnezone is as good as gone. Moving on to Volt Switch, it's used to get a good amount of damage which is furthered by Specs on a predicted switch. It has a good core with Landorus-Therian, and the two can switch out with one another. And of course, Thunderbolt is Magnezone's main STAB attack. Landorus-Therian @ Choice Scarf Ability: Intimidate EVs: 252 Atk / 4 SpD / 252 Spe Jolly Nature - Earthquake - Hidden Power [Ice] - Stone Edge - Superpower With all the steel types, there has to come a counter. Landorus-T with a Choice Scarf and max attack investment allows it to dish out fast and hard hits. Its immunity to ground is key and pulls the whole team together. Earthquake hits very hard and is highly spammable, unless it comes to flying types. Hidden Power Ice is my trump card to beat other Landoruses and other ground types in general. (Thanks OhJay) Stone Edge is used to mainly cover Zapdos and come in immense handy when the situation is right. Superpower helps Landorus wallbreak through Chansey, as well as 1HKO'ing a Porygon-Z before it uses Z-Conversion. Landorus is one of my main Pheromosa counters, but an HP Ice Pheromosa will kill it easily, even with lots of SpD investment. Kyurem-Black @ Choice Scarf Ability: Teravolt EVs: 252 Atk / 4 SpA / 252 Spe Naive Nature - Ice Beam - Outrage - Fusion Bolt - Dragon Claw Kyurem-Black is a force to be reckoned with, and has sweeped full teams in my experiences. Choice Scarf allows Kyurem to reach its maximum potential and overcome its initially bad speed. Its insanely high attack stat makes it a phenomenal sweeper, and it can tank a few hits as well. Ice Beam is vital so that it can remove ground and flying types. Outrage is essentially a boosted Dragon Claw, but it prevents you from switching out. Fusion Bolt is an extremely hard-hitting electric move that 1HKO's every water type that it sees. There's not much more to say about Kyurem :p. Tapu Fini @ Leftovers Ability: Misty Surge EVs: 248 HP / 192 Def / 16 SpD / 52 Spe Calm Nature IVs: 0 Atk - Surf - Defog - Taunt - Nature's Madness Tapu Fini is a really nice tank to have, especially with its water typing. Taunt is essential, as it prevents hazard users and stat-boosting moves. A common answer to Fini is Toxapex, so Taunt completely shuts it down. If an opponent somehow gets up hazards, Defog is key. Surf is used for a water STAB move and does decent damage. Nature's Madness is put into play by dishing out damage on walls, tanks, and resisting type Pokemon. A large drawback of this is Fini cannot kill a Gastrodon or Seismitoad that carries Water Absorb. Misty Surge is extremely handy to prevent Status Conditions and Rest-Sleep Talk sets. However, it weakens both Mega Charizard X and Kyurem-Black's dragon moves, which can be game-changing. Charizard @ Charizardite X Ability: Blaze EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe Jolly Nature - Dragon Dance - Flare Blitz - Dragon Claw - Roost Charizard X may possibly be the MVP of this team. With Dragon Dance, it can sweep through many Pokemon with its STAB fire and dragon moves. It's bulky, so it can take a few hits in a situation where it does not 1HKO a Pokemon. Charizard gets rid of Ferrothorn, other dragons, Venusaur, and pretty much everything it comes across. The only instance where it fails to do its job is when encountering a Dragonite with Multiscale. Otherwise, Charizard is fairly hard to bring down. -- Weaknesses Ditto: This may seem silly, but Ditto completely demolishes my team. For one, it can copy all of Charizard and Magearna's boosts. Second, every Pokemon on this team is a counter to itself. Magearna walls itself and goes down to its Aura Sphere, Fini can't touch itself, Charizard X and Kyurem have dragon weaknesses, Magnezone traps itself and goes down to Hidden Power Fire, and Landorus-Therian doesn't have the capability to earthquake itself and has Hidden Power Ice to completely kill it off. Ditto can easily capitalize off of these weaknesses and destroy my team. Water-Ground Types: Ground-Water types such as Quagsire, Swampert, and Gastrodon can easily kill off my team. A Charizard switch-in could be the only possible chance of surviving (assuming they don't select a water move), but once it mega-evolves, it gets killed by any ground move. Similarly, Magnezone, and Magearna go down to Earthquake/Earth Power. This leaves Fini, which cannot KO Gastrodon or Quagsire due to their Water Absorb abilities. Charizard Y: Charizard Y threatens this team a lot to say the least. If Stone Edge misses with Lando-T, it gets 1HKO'd by Flamethrower. Solar Beam takes out Fini and everything else gets taken out by Flamethrower in one hit. If Charizard X is already down, It'll be a 5-1 situation. Primarina: Primarina walls Fini, kills Charizard X, and 1HKO's Magnezone with Sparkling Aria. ban pls -- Importable -- I really hope you guys can give me some feedback in improving my Pokebank OU Team! (I apologize if there was any typos, I was half asleep while writing this)
  7. Accepted, but it's going to take some time. Accepted! This seems like a fun one.
  8. Hope you enjoy!
  9. Just caught my 17th legendary in Catch, a second Rayquaza!

    1. OhJay

      OhJay

      hacking confirmed

       

  10. Not sure if it's quite what you were expecting, but it's done :p~ Accepted! This will be a fun one
  11. Sorry, if you could include what you wanted next time, that'd be great. But anyhow, I'll start working on it!
  12. Welcome to Yashu's Spectacular Shop! If you're looking for a new avatar or banner, you've come to the right place! Here, all banners will be completely made up of original artwork. That's right, I will be drawing everything from the character to background. This being said, I can only take a few orders at a time, but I can assure you that the end result will be worth it. Simply follow a few easy rules and guidelines and begin requesting! Though they may be a little hard, they have been established to avoid large amounts of work on my part. Rules and Guidelines: -- All of Pokestadium's standard rules apply. Everything in this shop is original artwork and will take time to draw, so please remain patient. This shop will only take three orders at a time, and nobody may request anything after three orders have been placed. To elaborate, I will be taking three more orders once I finish the initial batch of three and so on. You may only request up to one form within seven days. All form details with a red asterisk are required to fill out. You may only request a maximum of two Pokemon/characters per banner. Text on banners are required. Pokemon with complex designs will not be accepted for avatars, because it can be quite difficult to do so with a small canvas. Small cartoon characters will be accepted in addition to Pokemon, but any anime character requests will be declined. -- Forms Banner Animated Banner Avatar Animated Avatar Examples: (Animated banner) (Avatar)
  13. So, my Apple ID is being hacked into :/

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