Pseudoak Ooh, Mega Typhlosion is great! I already know what I'm posting next, but I dunno how I'm going to write the analysis - it's an evolution of Sudowoodo, so I'll just have to see Sudowoodo's X/Y analysis on Smogon first. Granted, the Sudowoodo evolution does have a new typing and quite a few new moves, but its stats are just Sudowoodo exaggerated, so I don't expect a whole lot of play differences. EDIT: Ah, screw it. I'm going ahead and writing my analysis for Sudowoodo's evo - the Semi-Tree Pokémon, Pseudoak. Name: Psuedoak Type: Rock/Grass Ability: Rock Head/Sturdy Dream World Ability: Harvest Generation of Origin: Gen IV Egg Group: Mineral Evolves from Sudowoodo by trade while holding Big Root Base Stats: HP: 100 Attack: 120 Defense: 145 Special Attack: 45 Special Defense: 90 Speed: 40 Base Stat Total: 540 Miscellaneous Details: Spoiler Name Origin: "pseudo" + "oak" Movepool: Spoiler Level-Up Moves: Start: Growth Start: Harden Start: Ingrain Start: Karate Chop Start: Knock Off (Gen V & VI) Start: Razor Leaf Start: Worry Seed (Gen V & VI) Start: Wood Hammer Start: Copycat Start: Flail Start: Low Kick Start: Rock Throw Start: Mimic Start: Block 6: Flail 9: Low Kick 14: Rock Throw 17: Mimic 22: Block 25: Faint Attack 30: Rock Tomb 33: Rock Slide 38: Slam 41: Sucker Punch 46: Double-Edge 49: Hammer Arm 53: Ancientpower 57: Vital Throw (Gen IV) 57: Circle Throw (Gen V & VI) 62: Leech Seed 66: Seed Bomb 70: Briar Patch 73: Natural Gift 76: Synthesis 80: Submission 85: Wood Hammer 90: Stone Edge TM/HM Moves: TM01 (Gen IV): Focus Punch TM04: Calm Mind TM06: Toxic TM08: Bulk Up TM09 (Gen IV): Bullet Seed TM10: Hidden Power TM11: Sunny Day TM12: Taunt TM15: Hyper Beam TM17: Protect TM19 (Gen IV): Giga Drain TM21: Frustration TM22: Solarbeam TM23 (Gen V & VI): Smack Down TM26: Earthquake TM27: Return TM28: Dig TM31: Brick Break TM32: Double Team TM37: Sandstorm TM39: Rock Tomb TM41: Torment TM42: Façade TM43 (Gen IV)/TM94 (ORAS): Secret Power TM44: Rest TM45: Attract TM46: Thief TM47 (Gen V & VI): Low Sweep TM48 (Gen V & VI): Round TM52: Focus Blast TM53: Energy Ball TM56: Fling TM58 (Gen IV): Endure TM60 (Gen IV): Drain Punch TM60 (Gen V & VI): Quash TM64: Explosion TM66: Payback TM67 (Gen IV): Recycle TM68: Giga Impact TM69: Rock Polish TM71: Stone Edge TM74: Gyro Ball TM76 (Gen IV): Stealth Rock TM77: Psych Up TM78 (Gen IV): Captivate TM78 (Gen V & VI): Bulldoze TM80: Rock Slide TM82 (Gen IV)/TM88 (Gen VI): Sleep Talk TM83 (Gen IV): Natural Gift TM86: Grass Knot TM87: Swagger TM90: Substitute TM94 (Gen V & X & Y)/HM06 (Gen IV & ORAS): Rock Smash TM96 (Gen VI): Nature Power TM97 (Gen V)/TM102 (Gen VI): Cold Shoulder TM98 (Gen VI): Power-Up Punch TM100 (Gen VI): Confide HM04: Strength HM08 (Gen IV): Rock Climb Egg Moves: Curse (Gen V & VI) Defense Curl Endure (Gen V & VI) Harden Headbutt Rollout Sand Tomb Selfdestruct Stealth Rock (Gen V & VI) Reconstruction (Gen V & VI) Tutor Moves: AncientPower (Gen IV) After You (Gen V & VI) Block (Gen IV, V, & VI) Covet (Gen V & VI) Drain Punch (Gen V & VI) Earth Power (Gen IV, V, & VI) Fire Punch (Gen IV, V, & VI) Foul Play (Gen V & VI) Giga Drain (Gen V & VI) Headbutt (Gen IV) Helping Hand (Gen IV, V, & VI) Ice Punch (Gen IV, V, & VI) Iron Defense (Gen IV, V, & VI) Iron Head (Gen IV, V, & VI) Knock Off (Gen IV, V, & VI) Low Kick (Gen IV, V, & VI) Magic Coat (Gen IV, V, & VI) Mud-Slap (Gen IV) Recycle (Gen V & VI) Role Play (Gen IV, V, & VI) Rollout (Gen IV) Seed Bomb (Gen IV, V, & VI) Sleep Talk (Gen V) Snore (Gen IV, V, & VI) Stealth Rock (Gen V & VI) Superpower (Gen IV, V, & VI) Sucker Punch (Gen IV) Synthesis (Gen IV, V, & VI) ThunderPunch (Gen IV, V, & VI) Uproar (Gen IV, V, & VI) Worry Seed (Gen IV, V, & VI) Vacuum Wave (Gen IV) Zen Headbutt (Gen IV, V, & VI) Notable Custom Moves: Spoiler Name: Briar Patch Type: Grass Category: Other (Entry hazard) Power: N/A Accuracy: N/A PP: 20 Target: Opponent’s field Snatchable?: No Is Protect effective?: No Reflectable with Magic Coat/Magic Bounce?: Yes Description: The Pokémon launches seeds at the opponent's feet which sprout into thick thorny vines. Opposing Pokémon will be injured as they switch in. Effect: This is an entry hazard that works the same way as Stealth Rock, except that its damage is based on the opponent's vulnerability to Grass-type moves instead of Rock-type moves. This ability will trigger Sap Sipper, in which case the Pokémon with Sap Sipper will take no damage (regardless of what vulnerability it would otherwise have to Grass-type moves) and gain a +1 boost to Attack, and there will be a 20% chance that the Briar Patch will be removed (in a similar fashion to Poison-types absorbing Toxic Spikes.) Generation of Origin: Gen IV Imagine Stealth Rock as a Grass move. That's what Briar Patch is. Set this up, and your opponent's Grass-weak 'mons will not be happy campers. Name: Reconstruction Type: Rock Category: Other Power: N/A Accuracy: N/A PP: 10 Target: Self Snatchable?: Yes Description: The user repairs its body with surrounding materials, recovering HP and adding to its weight. Effect: This move heals its user for 50% of its max HP. In addition, the user's weight is increased by 100 kg (essentially a reverse Autotomize effect). This weight-increasing effect wears off when the user is withdrawn, and cannot be transferred to another Pokémon with Baton Pass. Notes: Regirock's Pokédex entries are why I decided to make this move a Rock-type move. "If its body is damaged in battle, this Pokémon seeks out suitable rocks to repair itself with." That's this move in a nutshell! Generation of Origin: Gen V This move is basically reliable recovery for Rock-types. It's learnable by the Geodude, Onix, Aron, and Nosepass lines, among others; in fact, that's how you'd get Reconstruction onto Pseudoak, considering that it's an Egg move. Overview Meet the physically bulkiest Grass-type in the game! Rock and Grass may be lackluster defensive types on their own, but together, they cover for many of each other's weaknesses, resulting in a 'mon with a highly unconventional set of weaknesses. Pseudoak also fits the classic Rock mold of extreme physical defense, but its special bulk isn't half bad.