Dark Pulse can hit any foe in a Triple Battle. - Imprison Pokémon is Copyright Gamefreak, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company 2001-2020. You wouldn't need to extend the weather though.

The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Ninetales are: These moves are calculated using type advantages / disadvantages, and including STAB.

Just a very good killer: Pokémon is Copyright Gamefreak, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company 2001-2020. He wants to take you down with Surf, and you Grudge him.

Hypnosis is your Obvious first move, to put foe asleep, meaning their Either gonna take a nap for a few turns, or Switch out, meaning you get to set up atleast 1 Nasty Plot. Movesets for any of its pre-evolutions can also be shared on this thread. Roar: This is why this set works best with hazards, good substitute in case Will-o-wisp starts missing alot.

Ninetales Pokédex and learnset for reference. All images and names owned and trademarked by Gamefreak, Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, and Niantic are property of their respective owners. And the Heat Rock extends Sunlight so Solar Beam can be used more efficiently. That is the set that I use on my Ninetales, hope this helped! Energy Ball: Coverage on rock, ground and waters, Ninetales @ Wide Lens This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles. -Substitute, I find this mostly useful in Double battles as heat wave pretty much Doubles in power due to sun+STAB and being able to hit the entire team.

Hypnosis causes sleep, and also benefits from the Wide lens. Yeah same here, I'm surprised not many people have had Solar Beam. Hope this helps! Heatwave STAB Ninetales (Alola Form) is a Ice/Fairy type Pokémon, which makes it especially weak against Steel moves, and weak against Fire, Poison and Rock moves. - Protect Rapid Spin. Then, you have the STAB Fire Blast and the Cover Move SolarBeam! -Nasty Plot I get my sub up, and begin Calming my Mind.

Your EVs are intended to help you survive some hits (not high powered ones like a Conkeldurr or Haxorus, but normal lead stuff.) Ninetales's strongest moveset is Fire Spin & Overheat and it has a Max CP of 2,279. As of Gen VII, Hypnosis shouldn't be getting much love and seen a lot less in competitive duels. Nature Modest (+SpA -Att) Energy Ball hates on all of it's weaknesses. Ninetales(M) Air Balloon Ability:Drought Nature:Modest or Timid whichever you like best EVs: 252 Speed/252 Special attack/4 HP Moves: Overheat Nasty Plot Hypnosis Energy ball Sweeper:

items, abilities, natures and EVs. Copyright © 2016 - 2020 All Rights Reserved. The best moves for Ninetales are Fire Spin and Overheat when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. The best moves for Ninetales (Alola Form) are Charm and Dazzling Gleam when attacking Pokémon in Gyms.

Trait: Drought SolarBeam-Good Power and with Sunny Day you won't need to wait 2 turns.Also covers water type weakness,Rock type weakness and Ground type weakness. Suggested Item: Wide Lens EVs: 56 HP / 72 SAtk / 252 SDef / 128 Spd. I would give him Solar Beam instead of energy ball and a Heat Rock instead of an Air Balloon. Fire Blast gets STAB as well as sun boost.

Other than opposing weather, Dragon-types are the best way to defeat Ninetales. Ninetales doesn't need two fire moves. I mean, them not being able to protect themselves with Protect is fairly damaging. Energy ball, ability:flash fire ( probably) Nature:Modest or Timid whichever you like best Ninetales has a good sp. There are currently a total of 2 Pokémon in the Vulpix family. Only if Ninetales could learn Hone Claws, more people would choose Fire Blast over Flamethrower. Click here for more info ». Modest, Fire Blast: STAB, Big power, accuracy boost from wide lens and powered in sun EVs provide some bulk and some allowance for Subbing. Close Confirm. Ninetails doesn't suck at all...not one bit. Substitute View strategies and more for Ninetales on the Smogon Strategy Pokedex. I'm surprised no one has suggested this one: Ninetales Boosted Solarbeam covers all weaknesses and doesn't take any time to charge. DarkTyphlosion, Hypnosis is way to risky, bud. w/ Drought wouldn't it be best for Solar Beam; it covers all weaknesses LMAO. Extrasensory Good Move And Heat Wave sees good usage. Here it is: Extrasensory: It's an awesome move and, because of speed EVs, can be good for dealing with anything weak to psychic. Hex: Works well with Will-O-Wisp Drought Confuse ray can be used to annoy the opponent, while Will-O-Wisp can be used to burn the opponent. 60 acc? Solarbeam is pretty common to cover all of its weaknesses in a single move.

You can take out Sunny Day if you have a Drought Ninetales.

Sunny Day (+NastyPlot+Death) EVs: 252 SAtk / 4 SDef / 252 Spd

Solarbeam will hit for 240 if it hits a Water, Ground, or Rock Pokemon. The best moves for Ninetales are Fire Spin and Overheat when attacking Pokémon in Gyms. EVs: 104 HP / 212 SAtk / 192 Spd However, Ninetales is troubled by common special walls in PU, particularly

I do rely on help from teammates to take down opposing Heatrans and SDef TTars, but most teams rely on help from teammates. My favorite-STRUGGLE!

Will-o-wisp: Makes up for defense EVs, and makes physical Pokemonz much easier to deal with. Set up with Nasty Plot. Solarbeam Grudge knocks out super effective moves that take you down. Now onto his support, I use him on my Mono-Type Fire Gen III team, and he rocks.

It is vulnerable to Steel, Fire, Poison and Rock moves. Atk. Your Ninetales has a GREAT moveset, btw. Hex, Vulpix @ Eviolite Nasty Plot (GOODBYE, MY FOES) "Ninetales casts a sinister light from its bright red eyes to gain total control over its foe's mind. Ninetales's strongest moveset is Charm & Dazzling Gleam and it has a Max CP of 2,309. Protect lets it scout out moves, roar allows it to phase and prevent some of the slow pokemon from setting up rocks, and safeguard protects itself and its teammates from status. Be sure to include full set details in your post, e.g.

Solarbeam, ALSO: EV Train Him In Defenses So He Can Set This UP:). When your HP is in the 1/4 the Salac Berry will activate and your Speed will raise... item:fire plate ( if you do NOT have arceus of course) Timid Nature (+Spd, -Atk) EVs: 128 HP / 120 Def / 8 SAtk / 252 SDef. Fire Blast is main STAB and hits wickedly hard in sun. Defensive Poli is outsped, allowing me to get the initial sub, hoping for aswitch as they predict my switch.

Offense.

Modest Nature attack. Just sub then nasty plot and then you can pretty much brute force your way through resistances. ;). There are 2 different forms of Ninetales: There is a very low chance that you can get a shiny Ninetales, which has the following appearance: Ninetales is a Fire Pokémon which evolves from Vulpix. The 5 strongest Pokémon you can use to beat Ninetales (Alola Form) are: These moves are calculated using type advantages / disadvantages, and including STAB.

EVs: 64 HP / 128 SAtk / 64 SDef / 252 Spd, Flash Fire can also be good, depends on what suits rest of team. Speed and spatk ev's, Solarbeam- 1 turn, covers all weaknesses It can even take down another Grudger, even though they aren't common.

Do you not like him and therefore down play him? This move combination has the highest total DPS and is also the best moveset for PVP battles. hope I helped. ;), Ninetales (M) @ Life Orb

I have him on a sun team with a Flash Fire Arcanine and he's great. Suggested Nature: Calm (+SDef, -Atk). - Substitute.

Speed is to...outspeed...(:P) and then SAtk. attack; so I wouldn't go for the attacking moves.

Fire Blast Nasty Plot Ice Beam That's funny. -iron tail cause it deals with rock types Compared to what you could be using it is. Btw Blob, Jona, the team is insanely ground weak :P, Ninetales @ Life Orb You'll want to start off using Hypnosis, this way you can set up a Calm Mind or two. Will-O-Wisp Either Way, Sure Nintales Sucks, But the set isn't bad. Ability:Drought Defensive variants are also easily taken care of by Gliscor. Trait: Drought Gen 4 Ninetales (Diamond/Pearl)

Your Special Attack still isn't going to be that high, but STAB and Sun boosted Fire Blast is going to do some damage, as is your high base power Solarbeam. Overheat is pretty nice with STAB for a single use Attack, he can buff off special hits pretty well. Hex Gets powered up by Will-O-Wisp. That will devour any of the types he should be up against in 4 turns. Will you stop being a dick about what other people do? You didn't specify... You don't need Sunny Day if the Ninetales have the ability Drought, the last can be roar or hypnosis, The last move for me? This is kind of a Zatoichi Ninetales. My Ninetales is pretty awesome, but it works better if you lead with a Poke that has some type of entry hazard. "Ninetales casts a sinister light from its bright red eyes to gain total control over its foe's mind.

Nature: Modest No need to be a scumbag about it, so I won't be; however, Ninetales is a better choice. I thought I'd give you the heads up. The moves highlighted in green benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus, and deal 20% more damage. EVs: 252 Speed/252 Special attack/4 HP Faint attack is cool coverage, all he really has for special without Hypno Dreameater. It also gets pretty good accuracy thanks to the wide lens. Surf You say he sucks, but you are building him extremely wrong and lopsided. Gonna give credit to: Jona and Blob, who worked with me on this team so long ago, and with whom, we created this boss set. Example: Blastoise: Wide Lens makes STAB, sunny, and boosted Fire Blast sweep with 93.5% accuracy. Well he can suck up the ground attacks at least.

If you're looking to cripple the opposition or even cause a bit of annoyance, use Will-O-Wisp. Confuse ray- can further cripple their sweepers, I've successfully used this burn-fusion status combo and it makes hard hitting physical sweepers (in my last battle, their Salamance) far less threatening and can give you a setup opportunity.

Best moveset for Ninetales - Alola Form. Since Drought is banned, we'll have to make use with Flash Fire. Will-O-Wisp Halves the foe's attack. EVs: 252 Sp.Atk, 252 Speed, 4 Def Solarbeam Is good with Drought, Nasty Plot Is very nice boosting move. EVs: 252 HP/252/SpA/4 Speed What do you think latios is there for duh. Hypnosis: Puts foe to sleep, thiswill help you boost up your Nasty Plots -Heat Wave Wide Lens makes Hypnosis hit with 77% accuracy. Trait: Flash Fire Obviously, bring out the SUN! Click here for more info ».

(Replacing Air Balloon with Heat Rock is mainly because Ninetales' speed is pretty decent and an Air Balloon is only useful against like Earthquake or other ground moves, and most ground types are pretty slow.

When reporting a problem, please be as specific as possible in providing details such as what conditions the problem occurred under and what kind of effects it had. There goes Alexjogos1999 putting it on his rotation, lmao. Leftovers also goes along with this. Here's a SubMind set that I love to run on Tales.

Nasty Plot: Powers up Ninetales' low Sp. The moves highlighted in green benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus, and deal 20% more damage. Imprison can screw over some foes. Will-O-Wisp: Burns foe and lowers their attack - Energy Ball Solarbeam. Hypnosis [email protected] Lens Heat Wave is STAB and hits multiple Pokemon. - Dark Pulse/HP Dragon. Moves: This makes you hard to take out on the Special side and allows you to do good damage. Modest/timid nature - Fire Blast everyone else is hit either super-effectively or neutrally by ground though :P Latios is only good for so long. Okay...so 66 acc. Ability: Drought Copyright © 2016 - 2020 All Rights Reserved. Flamethrower (STAB)

By the way, Energy Ball/Soalrbeam will cover the Ground weakness as well. The best moves for Ninetales (Alola Form) are Charm and Dazzling Gleam when attacking Pokémon in Gyms.