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  3. scolipede
  4. leftovers | swarm | jolly
  5. evs: 232 hp / 108 atk / 168 Spe
  6. - megahorn
  7. - aqua tail
  8. - spikes
  9. - toxic spikes
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  11. scolipede is a pokemon that truly changed the face of the metagame. while some people prefer its subsalac set, i have chosen it for its astonishing reliability at setting up at least two layers of entry hazards. spikes are a given: they soften up the opposing team, and due to scolipede's massive speed and nu's lack of good spinners, the opponent is often forced to suffer with them for the duration of the match. toxic spikes are a less seen move on scolipede, but are neccessary on this team. they allow the team to have a far easier time against rain, but more importantly, they allow my klang to beat alomomola if i can get two layers up, and are a general pest to pretty much every single team that doesn't have a grounded poison type (which is actually more than you might think). megahorn is a move seen on every scolipede: standard powerful stab move that can be thrown around a lot, and becomes lethal when boosted by swarm. aqua tail is used to KO charizard after stealth rock, and can 2hko standard golurk, which cannot ohko back and is thus beaten. nevertheless i prefer to face opposing golurks with my seismitoad, but its cool to have should the situation arise.
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  13. the evs are kinda weird looking, but they allow scolipede to outrun the monkeys. simisage is obviously koed, and simisear is also one shotted by aqua tail after stealth rock. simipour cant hit me super effectively and falls to megahorn before scolipede does to hydro pump. the attack evs allow me to 2hko charizard, golurk and musharna. simisear and charizard are huge threats to klang, so i had to make sure that as man pokemon as possible can deal with them. the rest are pumped into hp for bulk. i have however used a max max focus sash set with swords dance over toxic spikes. while a more immediately threatening scolipede for sure, i pretty much then rely on serperior to take out alomomola, or seismitoad getting a toxic off on it. toxic it's definetly something to consider though, as a smart alomomola use will just bring it in to get regular poisoned, and thus make sure that klang is unable to break it.
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  15. kangaskhan
  16. silk scarf | scrappy | adamant
  17. evs: 252 atk / 4 def / 252 spd
  18. - double-edge
  19. - earthquake
  20. - fake out
  21. - sucker punch
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  25. klang
  26. eviolite | clear body | impish
  27. evs: 240 hp / 136 def / 40 sdef / 92 spe
  28. - gear grind
  29. - shift gear
  30. - rest
  31. - sleep talk
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  34. seismitoad
  35. leftovers | water absorb | relaxed
  36. evs: 200 hp / 232 def / 56 sdef / 20 spd
  37. - stealth rock
  38. - scald
  39. - earthquake
  40. - toxic
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  43. serperior
  44. life orb | overgrow | timid
  45. evs: 252 spd / 252 satk / 4 sdef
  46. - giga drain
  47. - substitute
  48. - hidden power rock
  49. - calm mind
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  52. musharna
  53. leftovers | synchronize | bold
  54. evs: 68 satk / 248 hp / 192 def
  55. - thunder wave
  56. - moonlight
  57. - heal bell
  58. - psychic
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