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What's Your Battle Maison Team?
Old 12-15-2013, 12:14 PM
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Anyone have any good/fun battle maison teams? I mostly play in doubles or multi.

My current team is


Bisharp/Togekiss in the front and Magnezone/Charizard Y in the back. Hasn't done that great and usually gets to around 25ish.
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In multi with a friend its usually Charizard Y/Sylveon in the front and Bisharp/Mega Mawile in the back. Though my second needs to change to something else, just not sure what yet. Either way this team hit 45 streak at its best.

Anyone hit 50 battle maison super doubles/multi?
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Old 12-15-2013, 12:38 PM
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Fun teams? That's an odd combination of words considering Battle Maison tends to emphasize on making your moves count.

In any case, reaching 50 on any of the Super battles ain't difficult if you have a Kangaskhan. I pretty much slap on Mega Kangaskhan on every Battle Maison team because it autopilots all the battles. In Super Singles, setting up one Power-Up Punch almost always guarantees victory. The other two Pokemon are just revenge killers.

Super Doubles works the same way except I like to partner Kangaskhan with a sashed Gengar. Gengar removes other ghost types, and also disposes opponents quickly with Destiny Bond before dying off. The other two are just coverage sweepers.

Super Triples is yet another variation of the Doubles team. Except Galewings Talonflame is mandatory. The simple strategy is to set up Tailwind with Talonflame, while Mega Kangaskahn and the other (usually slow, bulky, and powerful) destroy the opposing team. I normally place a Life Orbed Garchomp and take advantage of Talonflame's invulnerability to Earthquake.
Old 12-15-2013, 01:13 PM
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By fun i mean like gimmicky i guess. Atm my team focus on either flinching with togekiss and greninja with rockslide, or follow me and something that hits relatively hard. Something thats fairly reliable, but have to think your way out of a bad situation that can happen.

You should keep in mind that not everyone is out there likes to or wants to use proven strategies to win. There's a reason that there are people out there like me who do stuff like nuzlocke, mystery egg, or even wonder trade runs to have a more fun and challenging experience. If you want to just play with legendaries, then by all means do it.

It takes a while to get all the BP needed to buy all the items from there, might as well have fun while doing it, instead of just sitting and auto winning with something like Kangaskhan.
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Old 12-15-2013, 01:37 PM
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My team that got to round 49 was Gliscor, Garchomp, and Scizor. Nothing gimmicky about it, I just taunted with Gliscor on the first turn to stop them from setting up and went from there. It really sucked having three 4x weaknesses though.
Old 12-15-2013, 03:38 PM
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My cousin and I take the Battle Maison together and decide which Pokemon to go after. I usually use Aegislash and Pangoro while he uses some other team. My Gogoat and his Absol make a great team because Mega Absol's Magic Bounce allows me to increase Gogoat's attack with Leech Seed and Sap Sipper, and thus get more HP from Horn Leech and the Big Root.
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Old 12-15-2013, 03:50 PM
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My cousin and I take the Battle Maison together and decide which Pokemon to go after. I usually use Aegislash and Pangoro while he uses some other team. My Gogoat and his Absol make a great team because Mega Absol's Magic Bounce allows me to increase Gogoat's attack with Leech Seed and Sap Sipper, and thus get more HP from Horn Leech and the Big Root.
Does the attack boost activate every turn because of leech seed?
Old 12-15-2013, 04:16 PM
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I did a 79 Strike with Helioptile,Volcarona and Weavile
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Old 12-15-2013, 04:17 PM
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I've only done the normal Singles so far and I ended up using part of my in-game team for that, just so I could start getting BP and get the items for EV training. I'll probably put together a little team just for the Battle Maison someday.
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Old 12-15-2013, 06:20 PM
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Does the attack boost activate every turn because of leech seed?
Sadly, no. Sap Sipper nullifies every Grass-Type move, so I have to keep using Leech Seed every turn to increase Gogoat's Attack even more.
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Old 12-15-2013, 08:05 PM
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Sadly, no. Sap Sipper nullifies every Grass-Type move, so I have to keep using Leech Seed every turn to increase Gogoat's Attack even more.
That Strategy works better with fire absorb+Lava Plum
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Old 12-15-2013, 11:10 PM
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Got pretty high with this set
Greninja
Protean
Hydro pump
Grass knot
Ice beam
U turn
Expert belt

Kangaskhan-M
Sucker punch
Bulldoze
Return
Power up punch
Megastone

Trevenant
Natural cure
Horn leech
Earthquake
Will o wisp
Rest
Lefties
Start off with Greninja, who counts as a water, and psuedo ice and grass type. If in danger, u-turn or switch into trevenant or kangaskhan. Trevenant is to eliminate physical attackers via will o wisp, and mega kanga is the usually the last resort if the two fall.
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Old 12-15-2013, 11:44 PM
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That Strategy works better with fire absorb+Lava Plum
Maybe, but then both Pokemon will be weak to Ground, Water, and Rock attacks. One surf and I've already lost a third of my team.
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