Pokemon adding members to team help!?

Im creating a competitive pokemon team

right now my only two pokemon I've decided on is


Role: Wall/ support

Item: Leftovers

Ability: Natural cure

Nature: Calm

EV's: 4 Health, 252 Def, 252 Sp Def





Seismic Toss

My other pokemon I've decided on is...


role: Sp atk sweeper

Item held: Life Orb

Ability: Magic gaurd

Nature: timid

EV's: 4 Health, 252 Sp Atk, 252 speed




Focus Blast

substitute (would get hidden power ice, but its too hard to get)

My main question to you is....

what other pokemon would complement these 2?

I don't need a full team (although It would be appreciated) I just need 1 or 2 that would complement these two for a good solid team.

P.S. I don't have any playing style in mind right now.

4 Answers

  • 7 years ago
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    Here is a team I used once.

    - Eelektross/Jolteon. Eelektross has no weakness hence why it may be stronger to pick than Jolteon.

    Properly EV trained with say 252 Speed 252 Sp. Attack 4 HP EVs etc.

    Probably give a Life Orb but a Zap Plate wouldn't be terrible either.


    Volt switch

    Shadow ball

    Charge beam

    Decent skillset for a Jolteon/Eelektross.

    - Tyranitar

    Properly EV trained with say 252 Attack 252 HP 4 Defense EVs etc.

    Also probably give a Life Orb.

    Sand Stream



    Dragon Dance

    Stone Edge

    Instead of Tyrannitar you may want to use Metagross due to Tyranitars amount of weakness'. A Metagross with say Hammer Arm and Iron Defense and 2 other skills of your choosing would be decent.

    - Dragonite

    Properly EV trained with say 252 Attack 252 Speed 4 HP EVs etc.

    Leftovers would be a swell choice.


    Dragon Dance

    Outrage or Dragonclaw

    Roost/Extreme Speed

    Instead of Dragonite you may want to use Salamence or Hydreigon etc. These are commonly frowned upon in some Pokemon wifi communities so.

    - Lucario

    EV trained to say 252 Sp. Attack 252 Speed 4 Sp. Defense etc.

    Life Orb

    Nasty Plot

    Aura Sphere

    Dark Pulse

    Flash Cannon or Vacuum Wave

    - Volcarona

    EV trained say 252 Sp. Attack 252 Speed 4 HP etc.

    Chesto Berry

    Quiver Dance

    Flamethrower or Fire Blast

    Bug Buzz


    - Vaporeon

    EV Trained say 248 HP / 252 Def / 8 Spe etc.

    Leftovers probably.



    Wish or Roar

    Ice Beam or Toxic

    You could use another Utility Pokemon to your liking such as maybe Milotic, I just like Vaporeon a lot in my teams.

    You may need want another Utility Pokemon instead of Eelektross now that I think about it, personally I suggest Skarmory, Ferrothorn or Jellicent.

    I'll go with a Skarmory:

    EV Trained probably 252 HP / 232 Def / 24 Spe

    Leftovers most likely




    Brave Bird or Taunt if your scared of Wobbers and other high set up pokemon.

    Source(s): I have done many Wifi Battles.
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  • 7 years ago

    Scizor is an excellent glue Poke that fits on nearly any team. Example set is:

    Scizor @ Choice Band


    Adamant 252 Att/ 248 HP/ 8 SpD

    Bullet Punch




    Another set I've always loved is Expert Belt Salamence:

    Salamence @ Expert Belt


    Naive 252 Att/ 252 Spe/ 4 SpA


    Dragon Claw


    Fire Blast

    Those are just two sets I've always liked. I will say that if you think HP Ice is hard to get good luck getting Wish on Blissey. Blissey learned Wish as an event move back in like '04 I believe and that's the only way to get it. Also if you playing BW Chansey @ Eviolite outclasses Blissey.

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  • 7 years ago

    First you look at the Pokemon you already have. What's a counter to them? Scizor and Jirachi are counters to both. Genesect and Weavile to Alakazam. Gliscor and Scrafty to Blissey. So find something that eliminate them. Heatran would be able to shut down Scizor, Jirachi and Genesect, while also being able to phaze. After that you only need to counter Weavile, Gliscor and Scrafty. Skarmory would be good, able to wall Gliscor and Scrafty and phazing Weavile so it will have to take SR damage again.

    A Rapid Spinner would be a nice addition too, as without constant offensive pressure, opponents will set up on you. If you're out of inspiration, Psychic + Dark + Fighting is always a good core.

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  • 7 years ago

    Kingdra, Golem, Arcanine, and Hitmonlee. Hitmonlee has poor defense put really good attacks and works well on tough normal types like Snorlax. I only included 1st and 2nd gens because I don't know what game you are playing, and it might not include later pokemon.

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