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[Released] Cool Sets to Use: NU - SubSeed Gourgiest-S

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  1. Xdevo

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    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play



    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin, Gourgeist-S has one very big advantage over its obese form: its 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S is an incredibly effective annoyance thanks to the combination of its Speed, damaging support moves, and great typing that gives it notable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allow Gourgeist-S to out-stall most slower Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp cuts the foe's Attack and deals a great amount of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows Gourgeist-S to have extra turns of Leftovers and Leech Seed recovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal decent damage against Pokémon with high Attack, which helps to cover a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Substitute, and then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature allow it to outspeed any positive-natured base 95 Pokémon such as Jynx and anything that attempts to outspeed them, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense so that it can cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S also blocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any entry hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates a teammate that can switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make for great partners. Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity when faced with opposing Statuses. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so a Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option, as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound-based moves can hit Gourgeist-S, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist-S. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction as a burn will cripple most Spiritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, and Shadow Sneak will do little to any potential bulky switch-ins.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser-known threat in NU, but it is hugely annoying and potent to a number of teams due to its ability to cripple many would-be checks with status moves and Leech Seed. Give it a try, as Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
     
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    This article seems to be pretty solid. One thing that might be worth including would be Pokémon that can cause problems for the set. Grass-types were mentioned briefly when discussing using Leech Seed, but they might be worth mentioning more directly. Sound moves that bypass Substitute might be worth mentioning. Hyper Voice Aurorus with Refrigerate and Bug Buzz Vivillon could be examples to mention even though they aren't very common.
    Here you could add "and base HP" after size.

    Aside from these minor nitpicks, the article is looking pretty good though.
     
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    Added, tho not vivilion by name cuz Bug Buzz is bad on it and it is still very likely to lose if it switches into gourgiest.



    The extra base HP actually doesn't help on this set, since lower HP stats allow for more Subs to be had with the healing from leech seed. It's rather a wash for this set.
     
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    This is ready for GP.
     
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    This thread looks grammatically correct to me. I'd like to have it released before SM releases (18th Nov.) so if anyone can do the obligatory GP within this timespan. Please do it.
     
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    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play

    Despite lacking the size of its cousin -XL, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over its obese form - 99 base Speed. 99 Speed allows Gourgeist-Small to use the SubSeed strategy extremely effectively. This candle is an incredibly effective annoyance to many teams thanks to the combination of the aforementioned Speed, damaging support moves, and great typing that gives Gourgeist-S a number of resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU, especially on Choice item users. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allow Gourgeist-S to out-stall virtually any slower non-Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp both cuts the opponent's Attack (on Pokemon without Guts) and puts out a great deal of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows for extra turns for stalling for Leftovers and Leech Seed healing. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal a great deal of instant damage against things with higher Attack, which covers a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Sub, then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature outspeed any positive natured base 95s such as Jynx and anything that sits a point above them (that is, other Pokemon attempting to outspeed the base 95s) which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order to cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S can also spinblock to keep hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something to switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that tend to attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Pokemon like Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make great partners. Both Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support since status can ruin Gourgeist's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types as rare as they might be, so something that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound moves can hit Gourgeist behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, since a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, while Shadow Sneak will do very little to most bulkier switches to Spiritomb.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser known threat in NU, but is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to the ability to cripple many would-be checks with status and Leech Seed. Give it a try and Gourgeist is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!

    did a once-over if anyone else wants to look too.
     
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    Just so that it is easier to see what changed:
    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play

    Despite lacking the size of its cousin -XL, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over hits obese form - 99 base Speed. 99 Speed allows Gourgeist-Small to use the SubSeed strategy extremely effectively. This candle is an incredibly effective annoyance to many teams thanks to the combination of the aforementioned sSpeed, damaging support moves, and the great typing that gives Gourgeist-S a number of resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU, especially on Choice item users. Alongside of it's ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allow Gourgeist-S to out-stall virtually any slower non-Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp both cuts the opposingnent's Attack stats (on Pokemon without Guts), but alsond puts out a great deal of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows for extra turns for stalling for Leftovers and Leech Seed healing. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal a great deal of instant damage against things with higher aAttack stats, which covers a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set- up a Sub, then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature outspeed any positive natured base 95s such as Jynx and anything that sits a point above them (that is, other Pokemon attempting to outspeed the base 95s) which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order to cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S can also spinblock to keep hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something to switch into the Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that tend to attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Pokemon like Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make great partners. Both Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support since status can really ruin Gourgeist's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types as rare as they might be, so something that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so the moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound moves can hit Gourgeist behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist. Spiritomb does haves to rely on prediction, since a burn will cripple most Spritomb ifthat attempts to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, while Shadow Sneak will do very little to most bulkier switches to TSpiritomb.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser known threat in NU, but is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to the ability to cripple many would -be checks with status and Leech Seed. Give it a try and Gourgeist is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!

    I added a few more changes.
    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play

    Despite lacking the size of its cousin -XL, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over its obese form - 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S's 99 base Speed allows Gourgeist-Small to use the SubSeed strategy extremely effectively. This candle is an incredibly effective annoyance to many teams thanks to the combination of the aforementioned Speed, damaging support moves, and great typing that gives Gourgeist-S a number of resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU, especially on Choice item users. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allow Gourgeist-S to out-stall virtually any slower non-Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp both cuts the opponent's Attack (on Pokeémon without Guts) and puts out a great deal of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows for extra turns for stalling for Leftovers and Leech Seed healing. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal a great deal of instant damage against things with higher Attack, which covers a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Sub, then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature outspeed any positive natured base 95s such as Jynx and anything that sits a point above them (that is, other Pokeémon attempting to outspeed the base 95s) which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order to cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S can also spinblock to keep hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something to switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that tend to attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Pokeémon like Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make great partners. Both Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support since status can ruin Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types as rare as they might be, so something that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound moves can hit Gourgeist-S behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist-S. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, since a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, while Shadow Sneak will do very little to most bulkier switches to Spiritomb.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser known threat in NU, but it is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to the ability to cripple many would-be checks with status and Leech Seed. Give it a try and Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play

    Despite lacking the size of its cousin -XL, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over its obese form - 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S's 99 base Speed allows it to use the SubSeed strategy extremely effectively. This candle is an incredibly effective annoyance to many teams thanks to the combination of the aforementioned Speed, damaging support moves, and great typing that gives Gourgeist-S a number of resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU, especially on Choice item users. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allow Gourgeist-S to out-stall virtually any slower non-Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp both cuts the opponent's Attack (on Pokémon without Guts) and puts out a great deal of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows for extra turns for stalling for Leftovers and Leech Seed healing. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal a great deal of instant damage against things with higher Attack, which covers a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Sub, then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature outspeed any positive natured base 95s such as Jynx and anything that sits a point above them (that is, other Pokémon attempting to outspeed the base 95s) which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order to cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S can also spinblock to keep hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something to switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that tend to attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Pokémon like Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make great partners. Both Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support since status can ruin Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types as rare as they might be, so something that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound moves can hit Gourgeist-S behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist-S. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, since a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, while Shadow Sneak will do very little to most bulkier switches to Spiritomb.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser known threat in NU, but it is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to the ability to cripple many would-be checks with status and Leech Seed. Give it a try and Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
     
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    I got lazy and realised halfway through that I didn't do the colors. WHOOPS.
    The majority of my edits were either changing wording to make it slicker or removing repetitive information that wasn't needed. I also based my edits off of E.T.'s last post.

    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over its obese form - 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S is an incredibly effective annoyance thanks to the combination of its aforementioned Speed, damaging support moves, and a great typing that gives it notable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S to out-stall most slower Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp cuts the opponent's Attack and puts out a great deal of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows for extra turns of Leftovers and Leech Seed recovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal decent damage against Pokémon with high Attack, which helps to cover a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Sub, then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature outspeed any positive natured base 95s such as Jynx and anything that attempts to outspeed them, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order to cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S also blocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something that can switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make great partners. Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so something that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound moves can hit Gourgeist-S behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist-S. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, however, as a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, and Shadow Sneak will do little to any potential bulky switch-ins.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser known threat in NU, but it is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to the ability to cripple many would-be checks with status and Leech Seed. Give it a try and Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
     
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    Checking Professor Oak's copy/paste:
    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin, Gourgeist-S has one very big advantage over its obese form: its 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S is an incredibly effective annoyance thanks to the combination of its Speed, damaging support moves, and great typing that gives it notable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S to out-stall most slower Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp cuts the foe's Attack and deals a great amount of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows Gourgeist-S to have extra turns of Leftovers and Leech Seed recovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal decent damage against Pokémon with high Attack, which helps to cover a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Substitute, and then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature allow it to outspeed any positive-natured base 95 Pokemon such as Jynx and anything that attempts to outspeed them, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense so it can cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S also blocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any entry hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates a teammate that can switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make for great partners. Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so a Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option, as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound-based moves can hit Gourgeist-S, so these rare threats can end it. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, however, as a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, and Shadow Sneak will do little to any potential bulky switch-ins.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser-known threat in NU, but it is hugely annoying and potent to a number of teams due to its ability to cripple many would-be checks with status moves and Leech Seed. Give it a try, as Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over its obese form -: its 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S is an incredibly effective annoyance thanks to the combination of its aforementioned Speed, damaging support moves, and a great typing that gives it notable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.
    Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S to out-stall most slower Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp cuts the foe's popponent's Attack and puts out a great dealdeals a great amount of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows forGourgeist-S to have extra turns of Leftovers and Leech Seed recovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal decent damage against Pokémon with high Attack, which helps to cover a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Substitute, and then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.
    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature allow it to outspeed any positive -natured base 95s Pokemon such as Jynx and anything that attempts to outspeed them, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order toso it can cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.
    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S also blocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any entry hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates somethinga teammate that can switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make for great partners. Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so somethinga Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option, as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.
    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound-based moves can hit Gourgeist-S behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end it Gourgeist-S. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, however, as a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, and Shadow Sneak will do little to any potential bulky switch-ins.
    Gourgiest-S is a lesser -known threat in NU, but it is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to theits ability to cripple many would-be checks with status moves and Leech Seed. Give it a try and, as Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin, Gourgeist-Small //as per the standards has one very big advantage over its obese form -: its //colon seems more appropriate here, hyphen just seems too informal. if you don't like the colon, i suggest an em dash (—) 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S is an incredibly effective annoyance thanks to the combination of its aforementioned Speed //picky but aforementioned is overused a lot and disrupts the flow, implement this if you like, damaging support moves, and a great //parallelism issues "its speed" / "its damaging support moves" / "its a great typing" typing that gives it notable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.
    Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S to out-stall most slower Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp cuts the foe's opponent's //foe is the opposing Pokemon, opponent is the opposing player Attack and puts out a great dealdeals a great amount //really awkward wording of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows forGourgeist-S to have //"allows for" is redundant wording, same with "phaze out" extra turns of Leftovers and Leech Seed recovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal decent damage against Pokémon with high Attack, which helps to cover a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Substitute, and then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.
    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature allow it to outspeed any positive-natured base 95s Pokemon //just more formal, I guesssuch as Jynx and anything that attempts to outspeed them, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order toso it can //Gourgeist-S is the one cushioning the blows so I'm making sure that is clear here, same with the above "allow it to" addition cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.
    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S also blocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any entry hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates somethinga teammate //"something" is just lazy writing that can switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make for //they don't actually "make" partners, which is why the "for" is needed here, unlike in "allow for" great partners. Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so somethinga Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option, as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.
    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound-based //more proper, optional moves can hit Gourgeist-S behind a Substitute, //implied because you said that the moves bypass sub and are threatening so these rare threats can end it Gourgeist-S. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, however, as a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, and Shadow Sneak will do little to any potential bulky switch-ins.
    Gourgiest-S is a lesser-known threat in NU, but it is a hugely annoying and potent threat //you already called it a threat, no need to repeatto a number of teams due to theits ability to cripple many would-be checks with status moves //more proper, optional and Leech Seed. Give it a try and, as //seems like a linked idea, not two different things; you should give it a try because it is going to impress/surprise you Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
     
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    Pretty much agree with the entirety of the above post. Note to self: don't try and do GP when it is 6am and you've not yet slept.

    One change I'd make is swapping "teammate" for "Pokémon" in the following sentence:
    "Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so a teammate that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful."
    This would end up being:
    "Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so a Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful."
    Isn't mandatory, but I feel like it reads better, as the paragraph is already talking about potential teammates.


    also AO, I like it, but Gourgeist should definitely be more centered / to the left, it currently looks like it is needlessly stretching the image, instead of being a part of it.
     
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    Yeah, I agree with the above post and will edit my check accordingly.
     
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    for comparison. I like it better the first way but up to you really.
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    ^See, that's what I had in mind. Now that the new banner is here. I'd like to have it on the article because it is the superior one out of the two after all.
     
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    Alright, I'm changing this to [Final] so that things can be wrapped up. @Xdevo post here if you have any comments about the proposed changes. To summarize, the following includes all of the changes and the final draft.

    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play

    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin, Gourgeist-S has one very big advantage over its obese form: its 99 base Speed. Gourgeist-S is an incredibly effective annoyance thanks to the combination of its Speed, damaging support moves, and great typing that gives it notable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU. Alongside its ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S to out-stall most slower Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp cuts the foe's Attack and deals a great amount of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows Gourgeist-S to have extra turns of Leftovers and Leech Seed recovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal decent damage against Pokémon with high Attack, which helps to cover a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set up a Substitute, and then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature allow it to outspeed any positive-natured base 95 Pokémon such as Jynx and anything that attempts to outspeed them, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense so it can cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S also blocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any entry hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates a teammate that can switch into Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make for great partners. Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types, so a Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option, as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound-based moves can hit Gourgeist-S, so these rare threats can end it. Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, however, as a burn will cripple most Spritomb that attempt to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, and Shadow Sneak will do little to any potential bulky switch-ins.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser-known threat in NU, but it is hugely annoying and potent to a number of teams due to its ability to cripple many would-be checks with status moves and Leech Seed. Give it a try, as Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!
    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play


    Despite lacking the size of its -XL cousin -XL, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over hits obese form -: its 99 base Speed. 99 Speed allows Gourgeist-Small to use the SubSeed strategy extremely effectively. This candle is an incredibly effective annoyance to many teams thanks to the combination of the aforementioned sits Speed, damaging support moves, and the great typing that gives Gourgeist-S a number ofotable resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU, especially on Choice item users. Alongside of it's ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats, including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S to out-stall virtually anymost slower non-Pokémon that are not Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp both cuts the opposingfoe's Attack stats (on Pokemon without Guts), but and dealso puts out a great dealamount of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows forGourgeist-S to have extra turns for stalling for Leftovers and Leech Seed healingrecovery. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal a great deal of instacent damage against thingsPokémon with higher a Attack stats, which helps to covers a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set- up a Substitute, and then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature allow it to outspeed any positive -natured base 95s Pokémon such as Jynx and anything that sits a point above them (that is, other Pokemon attemptings to outspeed the base 95s)m, which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order toso it can cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S can also spinblocks Rapid Spin, which helps to keep any entry hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something toa teammate that can switch into the Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that tend to attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Pokemon like Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make for great partners. Both Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support since status can really ruto maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types as rare as they might be, so somethinga Pokémon that can switch into NU's few Grass-types is useful. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option, as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so the moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound-based moves can hit Gourgeist behind a Substitute-S, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist. Spiritomb does haves to rely on prediction, sincehowever, as a burn will cripple most Spritomb ifthat attempts to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, whileand Shadow Sneak will do very little to mostany potential bulkiery switches to Tomb-ins.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser -known threat in NU, but it is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to theits ability to cripple many would -be checks with status moves and Leech Seed. Give it a try, ands Gourgeist-S is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!

    Go ahead and implement final changes. I'm thinking this should be ready to release one day next week.
     
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    "Leech Seed and Substitute allows Gourgeist-S"

    should stay as allow since there are two subjects

    "The remainder is placed into Defense so it can cushion the blows of NU's many physical attackers."

    Should either be "Defense, so it" or "Defensive so that it"

    "Heal Bell support to maintain Gourgeist-S's longevity"

    Should add "against status"

    "so these rare threats can end it."

    replace it with Gourgeist-S

    "Spiritomb has to rely on prediction, however, as a burn will cripple most Spiritomb that attempt"

    2nd Spiritomb was missing an I. The "however, as" is redundantly worded. Either "however" or "as" will suffice.
     
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    Agree with this. You can keep allows and change and to a plus sign to show that it's a combination, however.
    Disagree with this. So that and so are interchangeable when the latter means so.

    I eat so that I become healthy.
    I eat so I become healthy.

    ", so" means therefore/thus and is not the same as so or so that.

    Braviary is weak to Stealth Rock, so Pokémon that can remove them are appreciated.

    If you keep however and remove as, a semicolon must before however. I don't see what's wrong with this sentence, though.

    Mew, however, is crippled by Knock Off

    So yeah both work and both aren't wrong so it would be unnecessary and purely subjective to change it.
     
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    First one I'll keep the two subject version
    Second one, I'd rather have the that be implicit instead of implied
    3rd, I think I prefer without the however, since technically it's not just Tomb that predicts, but anything in NU with infiltrator or a sound move. Tomb is just highlighted due to the complex situation Sub, Sucker Punch, Pursuit, and WoW create.

    --- Post updated ---
    Updated the OP, added some small formatting - if someone wants different formatting then go ahead and edit it.
     
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    Changing "so" -> "so that" because you want the "that" to be implicit is purely a subjective change — both are correct, and, like I said, there's absolutely no reason to change one to the other because you'd rather have x sound like y. It's best to keep as much as the author's voice as possible — therefore, changing one thing to the other because you personally find it better is unnecessary and actually changes the author's voice.

    That said, it's up to the author if they want to keep so that / so.
     
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    I am the author so...
     
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    Sorry! I didn't notice that. You can change it to "so that" / "so" if you want then, yeah.
     
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    I'm approving this for release. The only other change that I made was removing the pre-grammar version which I have included below if it is ever needed for some reason. Since we don't have a release schedule yet (should be implemented as we start to get a surplus of articles), @Xdevo you can make a post in the subforum when you're ready. The reasoning for making a new thread rather than just moving this one is that I would like readers to be able to post comments and discussion without having to first wade through all of the review posts. I'd suggest copying and pasting using the BB code editor if you have any issues with formatting not cooperating.

    [​IMG]


    Gourgeist-S @ Leftovers
    Trait: Frisk
    EVs: 152 HP / 128 Def / 228 Spd
    Jolly Nature (+Spd, -SAtk)
    - Leech Seed
    - Substitute
    - Will-O-Wisp
    - Phantom Force / Foul Play


    Despite lacking the size of its cousin -XL, Gourgeist-Small has one very big advantage over his obese form - 99 base Speed. 99 Speed allows Gourgeist-Small to use the SubSeed strategy extremely effectively. This candle is an incredibly effective annoyance to many teams thanks to the combination of the aforementioned speed, damaging support moves, and the great typing that gives Gourgeist-S a number of resistances and immunities to common attacks found in NU, especially on Choice item users. Alongside of it's ability to annoy, Gourgeist-S also serves as a good check to a number of NU's threats including Primeape, Lanturn, and physical Samurott.

    Leech Seed and Substitute allow Gourgeist-S to out-stall virtually any slower non-Grass-type. Will-O-Wisp both cuts the opposing Attack stats (on Pokemon without Guts), but also puts out a great deal of chip damage when combined with Leech Seed. Phantom Force allows for extra turns for stalling for Leftovers and Leech Seed healing. Foul Play allows Gourgeist-S to deal a great deal of instant damage against things with higher attack stats, which covers a great deal of what Gourgeist-S would normally check. The strategy behind this set is fairly simple; switch into something that Gourgeist-S would force out, set-up a Sub, then use Leech Seed and Will-O-Wisp to drain the opposing team's health.

    The EVs give Gourgeist-S a Leftovers number (meaning the minimum it needs to gain an extra 1 HP per turn from the item). The Speed and nature outspeed any positive natured base 95s such as Jynx and anything that sits a point above them (that is, other Pokemon attempting to outspeed the base 95s) which includes a number of important NU threats like Vivillon and Magmortar. The remainder is placed into Defense in order to cushion the blows of NU many physical attackers.

    Since Gourgeist-S forces a lot of switches, Spikes and Toxic Spikes users make great teammates. Gourgeist-S can also spinblock to keep hazards up. Gourgeist-S also appreciates something to switch into the Fire-types like Pyroar and Magmortar that tend to attempt to block Will-O-Wisp, so Pokemon like Lanturn, Hariyama, and Vaporeon make great partners. Both Lanturn and Vaporeon can also offer Heal Bell support since status can really ruin Gourgeist's longevity. Leech Seed doesn't work on opposing Grass-types as rare as they might be, so something that can switch into NU's few Grass-types. Assault Vest Magmortar is a good option as it is immune to Sleep Powder and has good special bulk to avoid taking huge damage from common coverage moves.

    Gourgeist-S does rely on Substitute to be effective, so the moves and abilities that bypass Substitute are threatening. Spiritomb, Hyper Voice Aurorus, and other sound moves can hit Gourgeist behind a Substitute, so these rare threats can end Gourgeist. Spiritomb does have to rely on prediction, since a burn will cripple most Spritomb if attempts to Pursuit a fleeing pumpkin, while Shadow Sneak will do very little to most bulkier switches to Tomb.

    Gourgiest-S is a lesser known threat in NU, but is a hugely annoying and potent threat to a number of teams due to the ability to cripple many would be checks with status and Leech Seed. Give it a try and Gourgeist is very likely to surprise with how many games it can win!

     
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    One thing - when any finished article is being reposted so it can go onto the main page of the website, can we make sure it doesn't have a tag on it? The tag displays on the main page, and generally makes it looks worse.
     
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    Thread tags should only be needed for Articles Review anyway, so that shouldn't be a problem.
     
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