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Pokémon Moveset Of The Week

“For Whom the Bell Tolls”

Pokemon: Chimecho
Nature: Bold/Brave
Ability: Levitate
Item: Leftovers
EV Spread: 252 HP, 252 Def, 4 Sp. Def

 Cosmic Power
- Stored Power
- Heal Bell
- Healing Wish

Hello everyone, Claymore here with my first MOTW submission. I cannot begin to tell you just how many times this underrated star of my team has saved me in battles. I have been using Chimecho as a staple on my teams since early generation 6 and it hasn’t let me down yet. Now, it does take some setup to work, but when it gets a few cosmic powers up, it becomes nearly unkillable. I was battling a Machamp that came in to deal with my Chimecho after it had a chance to get a pair of Cosmic Powers off, and it shrugged off a knock off from a guts burned Machamp, which there is little that’ll have a more powerful Knock Off without setup. After that, I proceeded to take out most of my opponent’s team with a Stored Power sweep.

This EV spread allows it to come in and set up on a fair number of pokemon, and if you want to run it on a Trick Room team, running 0 IVs in Speed will make it viable with a Brave Nature.

The drawback is that this set is total Taunt bait and has no way to hit dark types, so keep that in mind when deciding when to bring Chimecho in. Having a fighting type pokemon on the team or a hard hitting pokemon with fighting type coverage will go a long way in supporting Chimecho. Luckily, fighting coverage is fairly easy to come by.

Unfortunately, due to its speed, Chimecho will eventually get worn down by the opponents. When this happens, you can use either Heal Bell to support the rest of the team or use Healing Wish, a move very few pokemon have access to, and fewer still that would have room to fit it into their move sets, to fully restore another member of your team.

It may not be the most powerful pokemon around, but having a cleric that can put out massive damage if left unchecked can go a long way. If you are looking for something new and need a support pokemon, give it a try. I’m sure glad I did.

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