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  1. The Tourney is over and as usual, I'm exhausted but it was totally worth it. I ended buffing up the prices a little as promised due to more people coming up and adding themselves to the party. Thanks to everyone that came to play and have fun spectating. It's always great to see we can have so many interesting battles at once, the BO3 made it so damn intense! Everyone that played is eligible to get a free TM - Double Team for signing up. The bracket was done through a series of quizzes where, as (vaguely) promised, winners would be able to decide who they are fighting against. Atlewis came on top, answering correctly at an amazing speed. You can check the final results here: https://challonge.com/LookingForTrouble/standings Thanks to everyone that showed up again. I hope you had fun, I know I did!
  2. Looking for Trouble Now it’s not the right time to get dizzy, “Looking for Trouble” is a BO3 Elimination PvP Tournament. Battles follow the standard ruleset of 6v6 Doubles ranked matches but the winners will be able to decide who they are fighting and only the BO3 will advance. Here at N.E.R.D. we can’t really give off many details on how the bracket will be built, but we advise you to think ahead who would you like to duel face on. Plus, I’ll be giving away commemorative prizes to all those who show up, so bring you friends, couples and partners to cheer up doubly strong for you! Details BO3 Single Elimination Tournament | Double Battle | 6v6 Date & Time Friday 15th October, 8PM UTC - Time Converter Location Accumula Town, Unova, Channel 1 Clauses Evasion / Sleep / OHKO / Unique Species / Self-KO How to enter The event is only available for players who are on the ENIX Discord server. Registrations will be opened 24 hours before the event. Please contact me at Complutum#6083 or through the MMO Forums if you have any doubts, or if you want to sign up. If you’re running short on Doubles mons but still want to play be sure to contact me and I’ll lend you some. Rewards 1st Place Prize Double Edgge Togepis & 400k 2nd Place Prize Double Team Scythers 250k 3rd Place Prize 100k Host @Complutum
  3. This was an absolute blast to host, all of you put incredible fights to watch! Thank you so much for your time and patience, this is extremely rewarding to host with so many spectacular people joining and showing what they are capable of. Building a team around Dragon types was a big challenge, a lot of expected counters made a well deserved appereance and as we advanced into the Tournament less and less Dragons were able to keep up the pace. Still, I'm grateful for you support and teambuilding abilities, I'll make sure to play again with these rules in the future. The initial Group Phase was wild, we managed to pull 16 battles in less than 2 hours and that's all thanks to you being ready when I called you out to play. You can check the whole Tournament progression here: https://challonge.com/TheFerociousDen/groups And now let's write this extensive prizepool: #1 Place: @evxsion got 280k and 400k holding an unbeteable record #2 Place: @Imperial got 215k and 200k with an impressive performance early on, very ferocious of him #3 Place: @Yumae got 480k and 50k while managing to hold tight to their Dragons until the end #4 Place: @iKeroPKMN got 85k only, despite his great perfomance, as he didn't show us his true draconian skills, so he'll be getting 5 Dragon Fangs Group Phase: @Lucian got 0k as he fought totally Dragon-free the whole Tournament, he's getting a Dragon't friend @CaptnBaklava got 80k with an absolutely majestic draconian display, he brought the most Dragons and that's why he's getting a very special friend called Benchie (you're totally free to include a screenshot of your new friend) @Bunnaiii got 45k and really focused on the Ice/Dragon duality with her NU style, please take this 10 NeverMeltIce to keep your style icy @Crible got 135k but lost due to an unfortunate disconnection (I feel you my guy), really glad to see him out of his comfort zone Thank you all again for coming! I'll make sure to repeat this format in the future. I hope you had fun, I know I did!
  4. The Ferocious Den Tournament Get hyped up for this draconian Tournament full of truly powerful beasts! We’re recycling the same Tournament format that we used in Birbs Fly High but this time, Dragons are here to steal the show. And just like last time, to make sure that people get more than one battle to hone their PvP skills we’ll have a Group Phase to kick it up first and the best players in each group will advance to Semifinals to get the grand prizes. I’m taking the “go big or go home” approach for the reward system. You’re totally free to bring any team you want but bringing out Dragons will be handsomely rewarded. Per battle, for each Dragon Pokemon in your team you’ll get 35k if you win, and 5k if you lose. So sharpen your teeth and hone your claws for this monstrous Tournament! Details Two Stage Tournament | 6v6 OU 1st Stage - Group Phase Winners advance to 2nd Stage - Single Battle Elimination Date & Time Sunday 26th of August, 3PM UTC - Time Converter Location Dragonspiral Tower, Unova, Channel 1 Clauses Evasion / Sleep / OHKO / Unique Species / Self-KO How to enter The event is only available for players who are on the ENIX Discord server. Registrations will be opened 24 hours before the event. Please contact me at Complutum#6083 or through the MMO Forums if you have any doubts, or if you want to sign up. Keep in mind that rewards will vary depending on how many Dragon Type Pokemon you bring out in each match, and they are additive in relation to the number of games played and the final placements of the Tournament. Rewards 1st Place Prize 400k 2nd Place Prize 200k 3rd Place Prize 50k Host @Complutum
  5. That's right, I called it. Got banned in Round 4 because I'm OP
  6. Baeex’ Get to Know ENIX We’re jumping from one birb dedicated event to another. But this time there won’t be Pokemon battles involved. A lot of folks have joined ENIX recently and probably don’t know much about the Elder Birbs that cemented our team, nor the things that draw us together as a family. In order to improve birb to birb communication and learn more about our fellow teammates, Baeex has suggested and collected an amazing prize pool of cash for the people with the best introductions, backstories and presentations on the ENIX server. We will be using the anonymous Discord bot Voltaire to post one anonymous message per person on the Event Discord channel #biografex. After the designated time runs out, you’ll have to vote your favourites based on Originality, Hobbies and Talents, on your Backstory with Pokemon, and especially your Backstory with ENIX and how you got here. We will be using the DanceVotation emote to give positive votes to your stories and the 3 people with the most votes will win! Details Discord Introduction Event Date & Time Event will officially last from Tuesday 17th of August 12AM UTC - Time Converter Until Saturday 21st of August 12AM UTC - Time Converter (We’ll then have some time to let people vote and decide the winners) How to enter The event is only available for players who are on the ENIX Discord server. It will take place within the designated time and channel #biografex on the ENIX Discord server. Follow the Event rules and use Voltaire Bot to write your introductory message anonymously! To do so, use this line on a private message to Voltaire: send_server “Phoenix” biografex (write your introductory messages here). Rewards 1st Place Prize 3M 2nd Place Prize 1,5M 3rd Place Prize 500k Hosts @Baeex @Complutum
  7. This Event has officially came to an end. Thank you for your patience and perseverance, you folks clearly love some good PvE Events! Although it is very unlikely that we host a similar Event in the near future, the high turn out gave me some ideas on how to be a better host for similarly bizarre Events. This was very entertaining to watch, thank you for being so lively and I hope you find a good use to your hard earned BP!
  8. I'm curious to know the results
  9. Seems like a pretty cool idea, want to see it happen
  10. After carefully reviewing some of your suggestions we're going to reiterate and add some more information to make sure that the event is well understood by everyone and the chances of you having a great time are pumped up to maximum. - You do have to make it to Floor 51, which is the same as beating Floor 50. You can try to go further but no aditional rewards will be handed. - This list of available Pokemon is subject to change (as PokePaste generates static links) due to people picking up Pokemon to participate, thus reducing the pool of available ones. Kiralexis and I will try to be online as much as possible and provide you the updated list anytime. You can check here the: List of standardized Pokemon. - Regarding the rewards. Some players will struggle to hit the 1 hour mark, especially those playing in the Doubles Format. That's why we've increased the necessary time to hit the big jackpot to 2 hours! - If you can make it to Floor 51 before the 2 hour threshold, I will reward you with 500k. If you don't, you still have 46 more hours to try and reach it before you have to give the standardized Pokemon back. If you end up making it during that time your reward will be 100k and hopefully you end up with a good amount of BP too. - Once we lend you a Pokemon you can't swap it for another one and you'll have to prove us that you make it to Floor 51 with that exact Pokemon. We won't share with you any movesets to keep things entertaining, but you can swap its moves as you like once you receive it. The lending will always take place in Hoenn’s Battle Tower. - Breaking MMO's ToS, cheating or using unknown bugs to reach Floor 51 will result in you being banned from the Event. - To prove that you are following the Event rules we will ask for specific screenshots. Failing to provide these will make you uneligible to receive any rewards. All screenshots must be wide enough for us to clearly see the in-game clock or the chat time stamps. All screenshots must be wide enough for us to clearly see your current Pokemon team and have the basic Summary Tab of the standarized Pokemon open. - The first screenshot must be taken minutes after the challenge has started and it has to show on the PC record your Previous win streak at the Format. Then, you have to take a second screenshot while battling at Floor 1 where we can see the Level at which you're battling, your full party and have the basic Summary Tab of the standarized Pokemon. The third screenshot must show that the PC record of your Current win streak is 42, you then take a follow-up screenshot of you battling in Floor 43 with standarized Pokemon's Summary Tab open. The third screenshot must show that the PC record of your Current win streak is 49, you then take a follow-up screenshot of you battling in Floor 50 with standarized Pokemon's Summary Tab open. Congratulations if you make it this far! - We will provide you with examples of the previous screenshots privately to make sure you understand it correctly. If you decide ti change the Format or Level that you're trying in the Battle Tower you'll have to take the screenshots again! New additions: - If you don't mind us giving you a random Pokemon from the list, your reward will be increased +50% for your bravery. - This challenge is meant to be for Hoenn’s Battle Tower only, but we didn't specify the Level nor Format. Thus, you're free to play this Event however you like, both Level and Format options are eligible for rewards as long as you prove it correctly with screenshots. This means that you can do the Battle Tower challenge at Level 50 or 100, and can play it in Singles or Doubles with someone else.
  11. Fifty Stages of Love Although Syphre’s birthday went unnoticed due to his ghostly appearance, we have made sure to host some events based on his favourite MMO activities... watching people suffer, I mean ranking up the Battle Tower! That’s why in this event you can win up to 500k individually if you make it to Floor 51, what a steal! However, there is a key element to this challenge to spice things up. We need a way to prove such courage and hardship, plus, we don’t want to make it too easy. That’s why you’ll have to make it to Floor 51 with one standardized Pokemon from this list. Contact us via Discord at Complutum#6083 or Kiralexis#5831, through an in-game “Whisper” at Complutum or Kiralexis and we will lend you a Pokemon of your choice that MUST be in your team when you reach Floor 51. If you can get to Floor 51 within 1 hour of me lending you the Pokemon you’ll be rewarded with 500k, congratulations on the easy money. If you don’t manage to do so, you still have 47 hours left to complete the challenge and still win 100k. I will remind you all that every 7 Floors you’ll be awarded with some BP so this is a great chance to hone your PvE skills, grind some BP and win some free money while honouring Syphre’s Battle Tower spirit. Details PvE Event in Hoenn’s Battle Tower Date & Time Event will officially last from Thursday 5th of August 10PM UTC - Time Converter Until Sunday 8th of August 10PM UTC - Time Converter (You’ll have to return the standardized Pokemon by Sunday) You’ll have 48 hours to beat Floor 50 since you’re lent the competitive Pokemon, we will keep track of time! Location Battle Tower inside Battle Frontier, Hoenn, Channel 1 How to enter The event is only available for players who are on the ENIX Discord server. There is no need to register, but contacting us in advance will make things easier. You can find us at Complutum#6083 and or Kiralexis#5831 in Discord, or through the MMO Forums. We included more information down below to make sure rules are well understood, but I’ll be glad to answer all your doubts! Keep in mind that rewards will vary depending on how fast you can reach Floor 51 of the Battle Tower. You will need to take screenshots to prove that you made it in time with the right Pokemon. Hosts @Complutum @Kiralexis
  12. IGN: Complutum Tier: Dubs I couldn't avoid deviating a little bit from standard sets, but we're here to have fun and experiment. This is a fairly tanky Trick Room team with a Speed control Crobat and a quirky Hydreigon, check it out here: [Dubs] Competition Reuniclus: The mandatory Trick Room setter. Having Reuniclus as a key component for this team was a great excuse to use a fun set with Lum Berry and Trick Room. If Reuniclus gets Taunted the Lum Berry is consumed and can still cast Trick Room, which is a must to get the game going and hitting hard first. Reuniclus is tanky enough to survive STAB moves from Special Attackers (Hydreigon and Chandelure mostly), but Tyranitar and Scizor should be avoided. Once Trick Room is up, Reuniclus is fully invested in Special Attack EVs and will be a giant threat with its varied movepool, it should be intimidating enough against people who open up the battle with Mienshao or Crobat as they're both in OHKO from Psyshock. The two other moves (Shadow Ball and Focus Blast) are meant to scare away common threats with Steel, Ghost and Dark typing. 252+ SpA Reuniclus Psyshock vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Crobat: 338-398 (108.6 - 127.9%) -- guaranteed OHKO Escavalier: This is the most uncommon Pokemon of this team. Escavalier is terribly slow but that's exactly why it's here, it will move first against enemy TR teams and hits like a truck. I brought Protect to scan out possible Fire moves, which will instantly OHKO Escavalier, although Chandelure will help too on this matter later on. Escavalier has two very strong STAB moves that exert a lot of pressure, while X-Scissor can net Critical Hits easier, Iron Head has a very nice 30% chance of flinching. However, the most defensive Pokemon will stay at a 3OHKO range due to Escavalier not having super effective moves to deal with them, like Salamence or Rotom. 252+ Atk Escavalier Iron Head vs. 248 HP / 252+ Def Salamence: 123-145 (31.2 - 36.8%) -- 77.4% chance to 3HKO 252+ Atk Escavalier X-Scissor vs. 252 HP / 48 Def Rotom-Wash: 133-157 (43.7 - 51.6%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery Crobat: It is here to bring some Speed control to the table. As we already know, Crobat is great to jump first on the battlefield thanks to its amazing Speed and will Speed tie against an enemy Crobat or Jolteon. Combined with Reuniclus, they pose a great threat against Fighting types with Fake Out at the beginning of the battle and it's a great companion to help its partner set up Trick Room. Crobat will very likely move last when in TR so it's mostly used outside of it, with its moveset it is meant to stop the enemy from setting-up or using Status moves with Taunt and helping other Pokemon enter the field safely with U-turn. Chandelure: The flying candle is a great addition for this team both defensively and offensively. I invested a lot of EVs on HP to Defense to make sure it can set up a crucial Trick Room if Reuniclus can't, with enough bulk to survive Rock Slide or Earthquake threats. Its typing and ability synergizes very well to save Hydreigon, Escavalier and Mamoswine (my main damage dealers) from enemy Fire and Fighting moves. Offensively, with TR active on the field it will move faster than non-TR enemy Pokemon and will deal easily with Pokemon weak to its STAB moves. Lastly, Energy Ball is meant to give coverage against Water types and Rain Teams which won't like it at all. 252 Atk Excadrill Earthquake vs. 200 HP / 252+ Def Chandelure: 260-308 (83.6 - 99%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 200+ Atk Tyranitar Crunch vs. 200 HP / 252+ Def Chandelure: 218-260 (70 - 83.6%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after sandstorm damage and Leftovers recovery 56 SpA Chandelure Energy Ball vs. 252 HP / 0 SpD Rotom-Wash: 176-208 (57.8 - 68.4%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 56 SpA Chandelure Shadow Ball vs. 248 HP / 8 SpD Pelipper: 165-195 (51 - 60.3%) -- guaranteed 2HKO Mamoswine: This big fella has being a giant threat for any Dragon in Dubs for some time already. It's meant to cause as much damage as possible and use all the TR turns to corner the enemy with its amazing offensive capabilities. It's carrying Life Orb to OHKO non-defensive Salamence with a priority move Ice Shard (Garchomp will perish too) as well as dealing a terribly high damage against not careful neutral Pokemon. When on TR it can choose between two damaging moves besides Ice Shard; Earthquake and Superpower. Thanks to its ability it can't be Intimidated and it can very well 2OHKO defensive options and put at high risk a big chunk of common Dubs Pokemon across the board. Earthquake can surprise the enemy if we swap in Crobat or Hydreigon to avoid damaging our partner. To bait out possible priority moves like Fake Out or Mach Punch I brought Protect which is fairly standard in Dubs. 252+ Atk Life Orb Mamoswine Ice Shard vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Salamence: 452-536 (136.5 - 161.9%) -- guaranteed OHKO 252+ Atk Life Orb Mamoswine Ice Shard vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Mienshao: 142-168 (52.3 - 61.9%) -- guaranteed 2HKO 252+ Atk Life Orb Mamoswine Superpower vs. 252 HP / 4 Def Ferrothorn: 294-348 (83.5 - 98.8%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 252+ Atk Life Orb Mamoswine Earthquake vs. 248 HP / 8 Def Scizor: 231-274 (67.3 - 79.8%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 252+ Atk Life Orb Mamoswine Earthquake vs. 252 HP / 0 Def Metagross: 374-439 (102.7 - 120.6%) -- guaranteed OHKO Hydreigon: I almost made it here without something stupid. To top this team off I brought something that will piss off any Singles OU player. A Modest bulky Choice Specs Hydreigon without Speed investment. It's a very risky option but hopefully will surprise many that don't expect such a hard hit from Hydreigon, nor being at a weird Speed position with TR. With as much HP as this Hydreigon has, it barely sits at the OHKO range of most Close Combat users so it needs to be in TR to capitalise on dealing damage first. However, it can deal espectacular single damage with its two STAB moves against any non-Specially defensive walls (it is fair to say that super effective moves vanquish the enemy from the mortal plain), or go for a more wide and agressive option like Hyper Voice or Heat Wave to scrap damage from both foes. 252+ SpA Choice Specs Hydreigon Dragon Pulse vs. 252 HP / 0 SpD Hitmontop: 205-243 (67.4 - 79.9%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 252+ SpA Choice Specs Hydreigon Dragon Pulse vs. 0 HP / 4 SpD Blastoise: 211-250 (70.5 - 83.6%) -- guaranteed 2HKO 252+ SpA Choice Specs Hydreigon Dragon Pulse vs. 0 HP / 4 SpD Crobat: 267-315 (85.8 - 101.2%) -- 6.3% chance to OHKO 252+ SpA Choice Specs Hydreigon Dragon Pulse vs. 248 HP / 8 SpD Pelipper: 295-348 (91.3 - 107.7%) -- 43.8% chance to OHKO 252+ SpA Choice Specs Hydreigon Dark Pulse vs. 252 HP / 176+ SpD Ferrothorn: 144-171 (40.9 - 48.5%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery
  13. IGN: Complutum Tier: NU I asked some friends to give me a list of Pokemon they'd like to see me team-building on the NU Tier, I ended scrapping a lot of their suggestions (RIP for the totally unrealistic teams that got dipped) until I came out with the team you're about to check out here: [NU] Competition I had to mess with their movesets a lot until I was satisfied with the result, this background should explain why there are Untiered mons on this team (there were a bunch more that didn't make it) Rotom-Fan: The building rock of this Competition. I considered its most common set, Defogger, Trick user to trap non-careful players, and some STAB damaging moves. While Scarfed it will outspeed everything (Sceptile, Espeon, Dugtrio and even Accelgor), and will still outspeed slower Scarfed mons like Vanilluxe or Blaziken. Rotom-Fan will act as a Volt Switch user trying to gain momentum, once Trick is used it will serve more as a generalist being able to use Defog or Air Slash flinch. One more thing to mention is that thanks to its moveset it can deal consistent damage to the 3 very common starters of NU (Venusaur, Feraligatr and Blaziken) although it won't be able to OHKO the first two (not even with Life Orb as Venusaur and Feraligatr are too tanky). 252 SpA Rotom-Fan Air Slash vs. 0 HP / 4 SpD Venusaur: 212-252 (70.4 - 83.7%) -- guaranteed 2HKO 252 SpA Rotom-Fan Volt Switch vs. 4 HP / 0 SpD Feraligatr: 230-272 (73.7 - 87.1%) -- guaranteed 2HKO 252 SpA Rotom-Fan Air Slash vs. 0 HP / 0 SpD Blaziken: 284-336 (94.3 - 111.6%) -- 62.5% chance to OHKO Houndoom: Not a personal favourite but a really diverse attacker. The movepool of Dark type moves is quite big and that makes it hard for the opponent to predict our moveset. The maximum investment of EVs on Special Attack is to make sure it can 2OHKO Quagsire and deal one-time heavy damage with Overheat to Pokemon swapping in like Golbat or Nidoqueen, which are very common on NU (and it obviously demolishes any Pokemon weak to Fire type moves like Venusaur, Vanilluxe or Steelix so I won't provide calcs). I chose to bring Thunder Fang as a coverage option over Sucker Punch and Foul Play despite its lack of damage to clutch a final hit on Water mons that don't expect it (it puts a defensive Mantine in a though situation). Finally, Pursuit is meant to be used as a revenge killer option against low HP slow Pokemon. 252 SpA Life Orb Houndoom Dark Pulse vs. 252 HP / 4 SpD Quagsire: 214-253 (54.3 - 64.2%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 252 SpA Life Orb Houndoom Overheat vs. 252 HP / 56 SpD Eviolite Golbat: 195-230 (55 - 64.9%) -- guaranteed 2HKO 0 Atk Life Orb Houndoom Thunder Fang vs. 252 HP / 200+ Def Eviolite Golbat: 73-86 (20.6 - 24.2%) -- guaranteed 5HKO 0 Atk Life Orb Houndoom Thunder Fang vs. 248 HP / 164+ Def Mantine: 224-265 (60 - 71%) -- guaranteed 2HKO Sceptile: I'm gonna do a throwback, Drakkmord's Sceptile single-handedly won against all other Starter Pokemon after an amazing Final battle. Sceptile isn't a Pokemon to mess up with, and just like Houndoom it can very well bring a mixed set of Physical and Special moves. Sceptile is incredibly fast and provide potential OHKO against Pokemon like Venusaur, Blaziken, Houndoom, Quagsire, Manectric, Gallade, Hitmontop, Pinsir, Dugtrio, Golem and the list goes on (offensive but bulkier Pokemon like Typhlosion, Drapion or Feraligatr to name a few fall heavily in the 2OHKO range thanks to super effective moves). Due to Sceptile's pressure (combined with the opponent not knowing if we're running a Physical or Special build at first) we can pull a Swords Dance set-up, thus being able to wipe off any Pokemon with the exception of heavy tanks like Steelix, Bronzor or Lickilicky. 252 Atk Flying Gem Sceptile Acrobatics (110 BP) vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Venusaur: 272-322 (90.3 - 106.9%) -- 43.8% chance to OHKO 252 Atk Sceptile Leaf Blade vs. 252 HP / 252+ Def Quagsire: 352-420 (89.3 - 106.5%) -- 37.5% chance to OHKO 252 Atk Sceptile Earthquake vs. 0 HP / 0 Def Houndoom: 284-336 (97.5 - 115.4%) -- 87.5% chance to OHKO Lapras: Although Lapras is an absolute favourite of mine, this Pokemon is here thanks to external influence. Lapras is my second sweeper with a totally unpredictable build based on Curse. It serves as Water Absord bait at first, although its ability is Shell Armor, more on this later. Thanks to its typing Lapras can tank perfectly Ice damaging moves (which 3 of my mons are weak to), while dealing fairly well too against Water and Fire type Pokemon. However, Lapras' main weakness is its lack of recovery, which is why I recommend not bringing it out early on, as there are many threats in NU and Lapras will need to be in prime condition to sweep. The core idea of this build is to prey on the opponent's lack of knowledge of our uncommon Pokemon and moveset. As soon as we use Curse once the opponent will likely think of three ways to bring us down: to Badly Poison us / to use an offensive Pokemon based on Critical hits like Absol, Drapion or Honchkrow to break our buffs / to use a Physical Sweeper with a Fighting move (which are common) like Blaziken, Gallade, Hitmontop, Pinsir... Trying to cause Status Ailments on Lapras won't work thanks to it knowing Heal Bell (which can be used to heal the Status Conditions of other Pokemon in our party if needed), and will only give us more room to set-up. Bringing out a Critical hitter will probably net us a sweet "Dude wtf I didn't crit even once, you're a hacker" thanks to Lapras' ability Shell Armor. I gave Lapras enough bulk to deal with any Fighting move and punish with Ice Shard the stat drop of Close Combat. 252 Atk Blaziken Close Combat vs. 152 HP / 140+ Def Lapras: 344-408 (78.3 - 92.9%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 0 Atk Lapras Waterfall vs. -1 0 HP / 4 Def Blaziken: 302-356 (100.3 - 118.2%) -- guaranteed OHKO 252 Atk Life Orb Absol Night Slash vs. +1 152 HP / 140+ Def Lapras: 94-110 (21.4 - 25%) -- possible 5HKO after Leftovers recovery (There are many calcs here to take into consideration, but I've played Devil's advocate and doing these calcs as if I Lapras enters the field and can't Curse even once. It can tank a Close Combat from Blaziken and thanks to the Defense drop of Close Combat OHKO Blaziken back in the same turn with Waterfall) Musharna: An old classic that deserves more love. Despite being very tanky, I decided not to invest any points in Def to increase my chances of survival against the hardest Special Attackers. This is because there are a lot of Dark type Pokemon out there that can easily kill Musharna (like Absol, Drapion, Honchkrow and Zoroark) and Fighting types that should be easy to stop bring out super effective moves on their common movesets (like U-turn Blaziken, or Crunch Feraligatr). Investing everything into Special Defense makes Musharna able to stop with ease STAB super effective moves from Rotom, Froslass or Houndoom, just as it can stop Special Attacks common sets from Espeon, Eelektross, Manectric, Vanilluxe or Typhlosion (if they are holding Choice Specs it will come down very close to a 2OHKO). Finally, to apply some pressure on Fighting and Poison types (like Golbat or Nidoqueen) it has Psyshock as an offensive resource, as well as Signal Beam to hit back at Espeon or Slowbro, as well as incoming Dark types with low HP. 252 SpA Rotom Shadow Ball vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Musharna: 158-188 (36.2 - 43.1%) -- 97.7% chance to 3HKO after Leftovers recovery 252 SpA Froslass Shadow Ball vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Musharna: 140-168 (32.1 - 38.5%) -- 1.7% chance to 3HKO after Leftovers recovery 252 SpA Houndoom Dark Pulse vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Musharna: 174-206 (39.9 - 47.2%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery 252 SpA Espeon Shadow Ball vs. 252 HP / 252+ SpD Musharna: 132-156 (30.2 - 35.7%) -- guaranteed 4HKO after Leftovers recovery Altaria: The most stable tank of this team and my in-game current team too, praised by CptnBaklava and loved in the ENIX server for a reason. Altaria is an amazing generalist of a tank, it can both easily fend off super offensive Pokemon like Blaziken and take incoming Toxic thanks to Natural Cure. The lack of Rock and Dragon type moves in NU makes Altaria virtually weak to just Ice and nothing else (Altaria won't be able to tank any Ice moves but luckily Lapras can easily do so from Vanilluxe, Piloswine and Froslass, or Ice Punch from Feraligatr, Ambipom and some others). As Altaria is bulky all across the board it can stop incoming set-ups with Haze (check the calcs below) and chip away their common walls with Toxic. Sadly, the perfect tank must have at least one flaw, and its offensive pool is very limited. That's why I run it with Dragon Breath, to avoid being Taunted with a nice 30% chance of Paralyzing the opponent despite being a Ground type. 252 Atk Blaziken Flare Blitz vs. 220 HP / 252+ Def Altaria: 72-84 (20.8 - 24.2%) -- possible 6HKO after Leftovers recovery +1 252 Atk Life Orb Sheer Force Feraligatr Crunch vs. 220 HP / 252+ Def Altaria: 147-174 (42.4 - 50.2%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery +2 252 Atk Drapion Poison Jab vs. 220 HP / 252+ Def Altaria: 157-186 (45.3 - 53.7%) -- 2% chance to 2HKO after Leftovers recovery +2 252 SpA Rotom Thunderbolt vs. 220 HP / 36 SpD Altaria: 220-259 (63.5 - 74.8%) -- guaranteed 2HKO after Leftovers recovery 252 Atk Dugtrio Stone Edge vs. 220 HP / 252+ Def Altaria: 142-168 (41 - 48.5%) -- guaranteed 3HKO after Leftovers recovery
  14. I'm exhausted but you guys gave it all and I'm so proud of your birbs! This was terribly fun to host and watch, a lot of Monotype Flying teams actually made it and they deserve so much love. I want to thank you all, regardless if you battled or you just came to spectate and have a good time, it's thanks to you that this was a great Tournament to host. The Tournament kicked in with a Group Phase because I wanted to have you battle more than once. That meant that even the ones who didn't make it to Round 2 still got some leftovers money for trying! You can see how the Tournament developed here: https://challonge.com/BirbsFlyHigh/standings Here's the prize pool: #1 Place: @PedroLindoUnico got 300k and 360k thanks to his birb team #2 Place: @Drakkmord got 150k and 180k based on birbs #3 Place: @Inou got 75k and 240k for her amazing birb flock #4 Place: @SebbyKunnn sadly had a rough disconnect but still won 180k with just two battles #5 Place: @Kiralexis got 120k and can't wait to see their potential develop #6 Place: XoengXoeng got 40k as they haven't showed us their true wings yets Thank you all again for coming! I can't wait to do more of these. I hope you had fun, I know I did!
  15. Birbs Fly High Tournament It is time to show some love to all the beautiful birbs that nest in the ENIX Discord Server. This Tournament will follow the well-known OU ruleset of Ranked PvP of PokeMMO. To make sure that people get more than one battle to hone their PvP skills we’ll have a Group Phase to kick it up first and the best players in each group will advance to Semifinals to get the grand prizes! I know what you might be thinking, prizes aren’t looking bulky this time, but that’s because I want to incentivise you on a different route. Besides ranking high and advancing to the finals, you’ll get money based on how many Flying type birbs you bring to each game! Each Flying mon will net you 20k if you win, and 10k if you lose. Flying Monotype teams shall rule the sky today, so I hope you fit as many birbs in your team as you possibly can! Details Two Stage Tournament | 6v6 OU 1st Stage - Group Phase Winners advance to 2nd Stage - Single Battle Elimination Date & Time Friday 23th of July, 9PM UTC - Time Converter Location Accumula Town (Upper Side), Unova, Channel 1 Clauses Evasion / Sleep / OHKO / Unique Species / Self-KO How to enter The event is only available for players who are on the ENIX Discord server. Registrations will be opened 24 hours before the event. Please contact me at Complutum#6083 or through the MMO Forums if you have any doubts, or if you want to sign up. Keep in mind that rewards will vary depending on how many Flying Type Pokemon you bring out in each match, and they are additive in relation to the number of games played and the final placements of the Tournament. Rewards 1st Place Prize 300k 2nd Place Prize 150k 3rd Place Prize 75k Host @Complutum
  16. My bad. I didn't plan to be hard to find, I saw the final and then left just like Hallograma cause we both were staying up late for this. This was a pretty fun event so keep it up!
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