https://youtu.be/bthRnZZWfro?t=375How often is 6v6 singles nonstop pivoting Pokemon in and out to gain the advantage state, possibly by catching your opponent off guard?https://youtu.be/bthRnZZWfro?t=375I can respect the counterplaying, like all the anti hazards and counter read setups, but I lack the experience to understand how many teams are oriented around poking and dipping. Does it win against more offensive oriented teams?
>>45499799>How often is 6v6 singles nonstop pivoting Pokemon in and out to gain the advantage state, possibly by catching your opponent off guard?Depends on many factors. Namely your team, the opponents teams, the matchup, and how aggressively either player wants to approach the match.>Does it win against more offensive oriented teams?No if you play like that against offense you'll quickly get overwhelmed.
>>45499799It basically only happens if your team is built around pivoting or stall.Strong offensive mons like Crawdaunt are good for punishing switch spam.
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>>454997996v6 always devolves into endless switchfests because that's what the format encourages. The council making bans to support that strategy doesn't help.