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Using Sceptile in battle
Most Used Sceptile Set: The leesh seed set is the set of use in today’s current metagame, basically you sub up, and start regaining a minimum of 18% health each turn, if you happen to come on a blissey, all the better, since you basically recover more hp than you’re loosing once you substitude.
Usual Counters: The leesh seed set can prove to be super annoying, not only that, but sceptile is fast and basically can leesh seed almost every time thanks to its high speed, so basically be careful of that, mostly you should hit it as hard as you can before it gets a chance of setting up leesh seed and substitude, fire types can do that, so can ice types, basically just try to bring in the types that sceptile is weak to and you should be fine.
Sets Used To Counter Its Counters: You can’t really run anything to counter your counters, you just have to basically outpredict your opponent, which allows you to set up leesh seed and substitude, and after that is done, even its counters can’t stop the annoying leesh seed set, since it basically leesh seeds them, and then keeps subbing whilst only loosing 7% each turn, while at the end, they loose the pp for their high powered, low pp moves, eventually leading them to struggle.
Sceptile Is Most Used On: There is some sort of teams that are called “annoying” teams, which basically use annoyers such as scpetile, shuckle etc to make the opponent stuck into a boring stall fest, these sort of teams are like “stall” teams, but they’re a type of stall teams not like a full stall team which utilizes entry hazards, weather damage etc., instead relying on status effects such as toxic, leesh seed (if you count that as a status effects) etc…
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