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RBY OU / 1U (OverUsed) Persian [Done]

Discussion in 'Individual Analyses' started by CrapAtRBY, Sep 9, 2015.

  1. Sobi

    Sobi hi Member

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    CrapAtRBY Please implement the GP check, let me know if you require a copy-paste.
     
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    Done, sorry for the delay, changed Defense Stat to bulk as i was referring to physical and special, I'm rewriting C&C so that will need checking soon
     
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    CrapAtRBY

    Let me know when you have finished editing some parts, I'll GP this again when you do so.
     
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    CrapAtRBY

    Let me know when you've changed some parts, I will check this again when you do so.
     
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    Have you re-written C & C yet...? Please notify me if you have so I can give it a GP check !_!
     
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    Hey I'm back and I finally did a thing

    Gengar is a hard counter and completely shuts down Persian. Persian should not be revealed if the opponent has a live Gengar. Snorlax is another solid all around answer to Persian, Body Slam and Hyper Beam 2HKO but Persian does have a -Someone Calc this pls?-% to KO with Screech+Hyper Beam if Snorlax switches into Slash. Exeggutor is able to take Persians attacks reasonably well and is able to threaten paralysis but must be wary as Slash 3HKO’s.

    Although Rhydon and Golem are 2HKO’d by Bubblebeam, they resist all of Persian’s other moves and Bubblebeam does atrocious damage to every other Pokemon seen in the tier. This allows your opponent to bait you into using Bubblebeam and put you in a very compromising position with a chain switch. Thunderbolt Persian will especially struggle against specially bulky mons with Counter; Counter from an Alakazam, Jynx or Chansey will always KO a Persian that used Slash (Snorlax’s Counter has ~49% chance to KO), however Screech followed by Hyper Beam will always KO these Pokemon. Screech Persian will struggle against the physically bulky aquatics such as Lapras, Cloyster and Slowbro.
     
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    Slash will do 29.4%-34.6% on the switch, leaving 65.4%-70.6%.

    Then hyper beam to a -2 def lax will deal 64.4%-75.9% to lax.

    So there's a small chance it doesn't kill. Need a really low roll on both moves to miss the KO. And that isn't accounting for a switch.
     
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    lmk when c & c is perfect nd ready for gp
     
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    GPed Checks and Counters

    Gengar is a hard counter and completely shuts down Persian. Persian should not be revealed if the opponent has a healthy Gengar. Snorlax is another solid all-around answer to Persian; Body Slam and Hyper Beam 2HKO it, but Persian does have a considerable chance to KO with Screech + Hyper Beam if Snorlax switches into Slash. Exeggutor is able to take Persian's attacks reasonably well and is able to threaten paralysis but must be wary as Slash, as it 3HKOes.

    Although Rhydon and Golem are 2HKOed by Bubblebeam, they resist all of Persian’s other moves and Bubblebeam does atrocious damage to every other Pokemon seen in the tier. This allows your opponent to bait Persian into using Bubblebeam and puts it in a very compromising position with a chain switch. Thunderbolt Persian will especially struggle against specially bulky Pokemon with Counter; Counter from an Alakazam, Jynx, or Chansey will always KO a Persian that used Slash (Snorlax’s Counter has ~49% chance to KO), but Screech followed by Hyper Beam will always KO these Pokemon. Screech Persian will struggle against physically bulky Water-types such as Lapras, Cloyster and Slowbro.

    since the writer is dead, could a mod edit this into the OP and mark this as done
     
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    sure i'll do it
     
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    "wary of Slash"? Disaster Area
     
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