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    Post by Ben on Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:02 am

    Basic Tier List

    This Is a Tier List for Pokemon 5th Gen. This List gives a Description for all Tiers as well as a List of Pokemon classified In those Tiers.

    Uber Tier:

    Uber Tier Description: The Uber Tier Is essentially for pokes with Stats and Movesets to High for Normal Play most Ubers are "Legends" but there are other Pokemon In The Uber Tier. It's also popularly said That The Uber list contains only Legends This Is not true Garchomp Is also considered a Uber.

    Uber Tier Pokemon:
    Arceus, Darkrai, Deoxys-A, Dialga, Garchomp, Giratina, Giratina-O, Groudon, Ho-Oh, Kyogre, Lugia, Manaphy, Mewtwo, Palkia, Rayquaza, Reshiram, Shaymin-S, Zekrom

    OU (Overused) Tier:

    OU (Overused) Tier Description: OU Is essentially for Standard Play. OU means Overused meaning all The pokemon on This Tier are used commonly In Wifi Battles.

    OU (Over Used) Tier Pokemon: Blaziken, Blissey, Breloom, Bronzong, Chandelure, Chansey, Cloyster, Conkeldurr, Dragonite, Espeon, Excadrill, Ferrothorn, Forretress, Gengar, Gliscor, Gyarados, Haxorus, Heatran, Hippowdon, Hydreigon, Infernape, Jellicent, Jirachi, Kingdra, Landorus, Latias, Latios, Lucario, Machamp, Magnezone, Metagross, Ninetales, Politoed, Porygon2, Reuniclus, Rotom-W, Salamence, Scizor, Scrafty, Skarmory, Starmie, Swampert, Tentacruel, Terrakion, Thundurus, Tyranitar, Vaporeon, Volcarona

    UU (Under Used) Tier:

    UU (Underused) Tier Description: UU are Pokes That not strong enough to be used In Standard OU (Overused) Battles

    UU (Under Used) Tier Pokemon: Abomasnow, Alakazam, Ambipom, Arcanine, Azumarill, Bisharp, Blastoise, Celebi, Claydol, Clefable, Cofagrigus, Crobat, Darmanitan, Deoxys-D, Donphan, Durant, Dusclops, Electivire, Empoleon, Flygon, Froslass, Gallade, Galvantula, Heracross, Hippopotas, Hitmontop, Honchkrow, Houndoom, Jolteon, Krookodile, Mamoswine, Mandibuzz, Mienshao, Milotic, Miltank, Mismagius, Nidoking, Omastar, Porygon-Z, Raikou, Registeel, Roserade, Rotom-H, Sceptile, Sharpedo, Shaymin, Sigilyph, Slowbro, Snorlax, Spiritomb, Staraptor, Stoutland, Suicune, Togekiss, Toxicroak, Umbreon, Uxie, Venomoth, Venusaur, Virizion, Weavile, Whimsicott, Yanmega, Zapdos, Zoroark

    BL (Borderline) Tier:

    BL (Borderline) Tier Description: BL are Pokes considered to be to strong for The UU (Under Used) Tier

    BL (Borderline) Tier Pokemon: Azelf, Chansey, Deoxys, Deoxys-S, Kyuremu, Mew, Vulpix

    NU (Never used) Tier:

    NU (Never Used) Tier Description: NU (Never used) Is for Pokes rarely used In competitive Battles.

    NU (Never Used)Tier Pokemon: Tier List changes according to The usage of The Pokes. I will not List specific Pokes for This Tier.

    NFE (Not Fully Evolved) Tier:

    NFE (Not Fully Evolved) Tier Description: NFE (Not Fully Evolved) Is a Tier of almost every single Poke That has not been fully Evolved

    NFE (Not Fully Evolved) Tier Pokemon: Almost all Pokemon That have not reached there Full Evolved Forms

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    Post by Ben on Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:12 am

    IV Guide

    IVs, or Individual Values, are, simply put, invisable numbers that effect how a pokemon grows in terms of stats. These numbers range from 0 to 31, and each of your pokemon's stats is assigned one number in that range. For example, a pokemon's IVs could look like this:

    HP: 30 IVs
    Attack: 23 IVs
    Defense: 19 IVs
    Special Attack: 27 IVs
    Special Defense: 9 IVs
    Speed: 31 IVs

    In this example, the Speed stat is a perfect 31, allowing the pokemon's speed to reach its maximum potential. This is because the higher the IV number, the higher the stat its assigned to can become. On the other hand, having a Special Defense IV of only 9 isn't going to be helping that stat very much, since this IV is low.

    Got that so far? Good, here's a more advanced stat example, this time with the actual stats included, along with there corresponding IVs. We'll use Glalie as an example since all of it's base stats are 80, or in other words, they all have equal potential:


    HP Base Stat: N/A
    HP IV: N/A

    Attack Base Stat: 100
    Attack IV: 31

    Defense Base Stat: 99
    Defense IV: 30

    Special Attack Base Stat: 72
    Special Attack IV: 2

    Special Defense Base Stat: 97
    Special Defense IV: 28

    Speed Base Stat: 100
    Speed IV: 31

    Now, for the sake of the lesson, lets assume that this Glalie has nuetral (Docile) nature that wont influence it's stat growth in any way, and lets also assume that it hasn't been EV trained at all. Since there are no other variables that will effect how Glalie's stats will grow besides it's IVs, and because all of Glalie's base stats are equal, you should be able to see the relationship between it's base stats and IVs. In this scenario, 100 is the maximum for each stat, and as we learned, 31 is the maximum for an IV.
    (HP was left out because it relates to base stats differently than the other 5 stats, meaning it doesn't apply here)

    Credit for This Guide goes to Z-man

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    Post by Ben on Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:17 am

    Pokemon Natures Guide


    Adamant: +attack, -sp.attack

    Naughty: +attack, -sp.defense

    Lonely: +attack, -defense

    Brave: +attack, -speed


    Timid: +speed, -attack

    Jolly: +speed, -sp.attack

    Hasty: +speed, -defense

    Naive: +speed, -sp.defense


    Modest: +sp.attack, -attack

    Rash: +sp.attack, -sp.defense

    Mild: +sp.attack, -defense

    Quiet: +sp.attack, -speed


    Bold: +defense, -attack

    Relaxed: +defense, -speed

    Lax: +defense, -sp.defense

    Impish: +defense, -sp.attack


    Calm: +sp.defense, -attack

    Sassy: +sp.def, -speed

    Careful: +sp.defense, -sp.attack

    Gentle: +sp.defense, -defense


    Bashful: no effect

    Serious: no effect

    Hardy: no effect

    Quirky: no effect

    Credit for This Guide goes to Z-man

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