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The best guide on how to play Greedent in Pokemon UNITE for Nintendo Switch and Mobile. Check here for the best builds, Held and Battle items, movesets, as well as the latest nerfs, buffs, counters, matchups, and more!

Greedent Latest Nerfs & Buffs (11/10)

Version 1.3.12 Patch Note Updates (12/09)

Greedent Move Changes (December 09)
Covet Image
Covet
• Cooldown increased from 9s to 11s. (+2s)
• Duration of effects on the user decreased.
• Effects on the user weakened.

Greedent Previous Move Patches

Cheek Pouch

1.2.1.11 HP Recovery reduced. Recovery per berry reduced 487 to 451. (-7%)

Covet

1.3.1.2 Cooldown lengthened from 9s to 11s (+2s), User effect duration decreased, User effect weakened.
1.2.1.11 Fixed a bug where Belch can be used more frequently that expected while using Covet under certain conditions.

Stuff Cheeks

1.2.1.11 Shield provided is weakened.

Bullet Seed

1.2.1.11 Damage increased from 4104 to 5568. (+36%)

Belch

1.2.1.11 Cooldown for second activation after getting full berries is increased by 1 second. Damage reduced from 2225 to 1916. (-14%)

Berry Belly Flop

1.2.1.11 Fixed a bug that caused unintended behavior when using this UNITE move while using the jump panel.

Greedent Basic Info

Greedent
Greedent.jpg
Tier Rating: S Rank Icon

Role: Defender
Attack Type: Melee
Damage Type: Physical
Difficulty: Expert
Cost:
"A tricky Defender that stores and consumes berries to overcome any foe!"

Pokemon Unite Tier List

Greedent Best Lanes

Top Icon.pngTop Jungle Icon.pngJungle Bot Icon.pngBottom
4 Stars.png
3 Stars.png
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Tips & Strategies for Every Lane

Strengths and Weaknesses

Strengths Weaknesses
✔︎ Has supporting capabilities
✔︎ High-burst damage via Belch and Berry Belly Flop
✔︎ High durability
✔︎ High-synergy movesets
✖︎ Complex mechanics
✖︎ Relies too much on Berries
✖︎ Moves are hard to aim

Best Builds for Greedent

Builds

Jungle Build

Jungle Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Attack: +15
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
Attack Speed: +7.50%
HP: +600

This is a stable jungle build with a good defense-offense balance. Tackle is your main source of damage early on, and is a great tool to traverse the jungle faster. Upon learning Stuff Cheeks, start ganking lanes by maxing out Berries, then use Tackle to dive enemies and attack. Remember to use Stuff Cheeks consistently so you can use Tackle twice in a row and heal up when needed, and pick up the Berries you drop from your boosted attack. Once you learn Belch, your damage output increases drastically, allowing you to farm wild Pokemon faster to get a level advantage. Finally, when you get Berry Belly Flop, stick with your allies and get objectives. Initiate with your unite move, then keep using Belch to deal massive damage.

Focus Band provides decent defense stats and works well with Greedent's high HP, making you even tankier. Buddy Barrier works well Greedent since Greedent relies heavily on using its unite move. Muscle Band is your core damage item and the best item for jungling. The attack speed you get increases the rate you can drop Berries from your boosted attack, allowing you to max out Berries faster.

Eject Button is a staple battle item with many uses. However, you can substitute it with Full Heal so you'll avoid stuns while your constantly using Belch after casting your unite move.

Crowd Control Burst Build

Crowd Control Burst Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +30
HP: +600
Cooldown: -4.50%
Unite Move Charge Rate: +6%

This is a crowd-control build with high burst damage. Your gameplay should be centered around providing crowd control for the team via Covet while dealing massive damage using Belch.

Focus Band and Buddy Barrier are your core defensive items, making you tougher to defeat. Energy Amplifier synergizes well with Berry Belly Flop, boosting your damage output while you bulldoze enemies with Covet and use Belch endlessly. Also, it speeds up the recharge rate of your unite move which is central to this build.

Eject Button allows you to get a better posiion during Covet, making it easier to catch up and stick to enemies.

Tank DPS Build

Tank DPS Build
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Defense: +30
Sp. Def: +72
HP: +870

This is a defensive and utility build. Your gameplay should be centered around tanking damage for your team while slowing enemies using Bullet Seed. Stuff Cheeks is the fastest way to max out on Berries so you can get the bonus effect from Bullet Seed, and provides you with burst healing so you can stay in the frontlines.

Assault Vest, Focus Band, and Buddy Barrier makes you incredibly hard to stop while casting Bullet Seed. You can be flexible when choosing your held items, but the focus should be on defense and HP.

Full Heal ensures that you'll be able to stick to your targets and be safe from stuns while casting Bullet Seed. However, Eject Button is a nice substitute, giving you a repositioning tool instead.

Score Stack Build

Score Stack Build
Pokemon UNITE - Best Build Icon
Moveset Held Items
Battle Item
Item Effects (at Level 30)
Attack: +18
HP: +1050

This is a build centered around aggressively scoring points for your team using Belch to quickly farm wild Pokemon and Covet to roam the map faster. It also provides decent teamfight tools due to the moveset choice.

Attack Weight and Score Shield are your core items for the build since you'll be continuously scoring points for your team, stacking the bonus damage from Attack Weight while being protected by Score Shield. Buddy Barrier synergizes well with Score Shield since it boosts your HP and provides you with an additional layer of shield when you use your Unite Move and score points.

Eject Button provides extra mobility, making Greedent more slippery on top of Covet.

Greedent Best Items & Moveset

Best Held Items

Item Description
Buddy Barrier.pngBuddy Barrier When the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, that Pokemon and the nearby ally Pokemon with the lowest HP are each granted a shield equal to (20/30/40)% of their max HP.
Energy Amplifier.pngEnergy Amplifier After the Pokemon uses its Unite Move, the damage the Pokemon deals is increased by (7/14/21)% for a short time.
Focus Band.pngFocus Band When the Pokemon drops to low HP, then each second for three seconds, it recovers (8/11/14)% of the HP it has lost.
Muscle Band.pngMuscle Band When basic attacks hit, the damage is increased by 1%/2%/3% of the opposing Pokemon's remaining HP.

Buddy Barrier and Energy Amplifier synergizes well with Greedent's unite move, boosting damage output via Bullet Seed or Belch while being shielded.

Muscle Band works well with Greedent's boosted attack effect, allowing Greedent to drop Berries more frequently to heal while dealing decent damage.

Best Battle Items

Item Description
Full Heal.pngFull Heal Removes any status effects and prevents them for a period of time.
Eject Button.pngEject Button Makes your Pokemon move quickly in the specified direction.

Full Heal works nicely with Greedent's frontline playstyle, giving a way to escape and prevent heavy crowd control moves, especially while casting Bullet Seed.

Eject Button provides many uses for Greedent, such as getting a better position to land Bullet Seed and Belch, and escaping bad situations quickly.

Best Moveset

Move Description
Stuff Cheeks ImageStuff Cheeks Has the user drop several Berries, which can be eaten to recover HP. Any HP recovered that exceeds the user's max HP will be converted to a shield effect. If the user catches sight of a Berry while using this move, its movement speed is increased for a short time. Upgrade: Increases the number of Berries the user drops from its tail.
Belch ImageBelch Deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail at this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced. Upgrade: Increases damage dealt by this move.

Compared to Covet, Stuff Cheeks is the faster way to max out Berries to gain the bonus effect for the other moves and a better way to provide support for your team.

Compared to Bullet Seed, Belch can deal more damage during the effect of Berry Belly Flop, since its cooldown is removed, and is easier to aim.

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How to Play Greedent

Always Max Out Berries

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Using Stuff Cheeks along the Lane

Greedent's gameplay is centered around managing Berries. Apart from the healing it gives, it increases Bullet Seed's damage and reduces Belch's cooldown with max Berries. Given this, always max out Berries before using moves.

Furthermore, as much as possible, always get Berries that are lying on the floor. However, if it's too dangerous to get it, it's best to just leave it.

Heal Allies with Stuff Cheeks

Greedent's Berries can heal allied Pokemon when they pick it up, similar to a normal Yellow berry, although heals much lower. This is a good way to support your allies, especially during teamfights. When using Stuff Cheeks to heal allies, be sure to aim it towards them or towards where your team has a strong position. This is to prevent enemies from benefitting from the Berries' effect.

Opponents can Steal Dropped Berries

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent

One downside to Greedent's Berry mechanic is that enemy Pokemon can also pick them up and heal. With this, it is important to be mindful of where you drop Berries. This is especially true when using Stuff Cheeks. has a strong position. This is to prevent enemies from benefitting from the Berries' effect.

Steal Yellow Berries from the Enemy

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Picking Up Yellow Berries at Full HP

Greedent has a unique mechanic of being able to pick up Yellow Berries even at full HP and add them to the Berry stacks (as shown above). This is probably because they are treated the same as the Berries that Greedent drops and picks up.

With this mechanic, you should be able to easily steal Yellow Berries from the enemy's side, depriving them a quick source of healing, especially in the early stages of the game.

Other Pokemon Can't Use Yellow Berries at Full HP

Pokemon UNITE - Pikachu Can

As shown above, unlike Greedent, Pikachu is unable to pick up Yellow Berries at full health. Other Pokemon can only use Yellow Berries when they're below full HP.

Green Berries Work the Same

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Picking Up Green Berries.gif

Much like Yellow Berries, Green Berries are also treated the same as the Berries that Greedent drops. This means you can pick up Green Berries and add them to your Berry stacks.

List of Berries and Effects

Control Bullet Seed Direction

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Controlling Bullet Seed Direction

While casting Bullet Seed, you can control where Greedent is firing towards. Use this mechanic to stick to your targets and maximize the damage.

For Nintendo Switch, use the right analog stick to control the direction. As for mobile, use your right thumb to control the direction while pressing down on the move.

Re-Cast Bullet Seed

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Re-casting Bullet Seed

Bullet Seed has the unique mechanic of allowing Greedent to stop firing seeds without ending the move itself. Use this mechanic to reposition or re-aim when needed.

Go in Circles During Covet

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Circling Around Crustle with Covet

Although it is difficult to maneuver during Covet, it is nonetheless an effective crowd control move. The trick to maximize its stun is to go in circles around the enemy, providing constant stuns, especially in teamfights. And, with the berries healing Greedent, opponents will have a hard time catching up.

Keep using Belch after Berry Belly Flop

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Activating Belch after Unite Move

After using Berry Belly Flop, Greedent gains unlimited Berries for the duration, allowing you to activate Belch as long as its Unite move's effect is still active. Remember this when diving down into groups of enemies!

Greedent Combos

Early Game Combos

Tackle Combo (Variation 1)
Tackle IconStandard Attack Icon x3Tackle IconDefense Curl Icon Optional

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Tackle Combo 1
TackleStandard Attack x3Tackle
This is an early game combo centered around Tackle and is useful for harassing enemies in lane. Max out your Berries first. Initiate with Tackle to get close to your target. Follow-up with three basic attacks. Finish with another Tackle to escape or finish your target. You can use Defense Curl for healing and shielding when you need it.
Tackle Combo (Variation 2)
Stuff Cheeks IconTackle IconStandard Attack Icon x3Tackle Icon

Pokemon UNITE - GreedentTackle Combo 2
Stuff CheeksTackleStandard Attack x3Tackle
This is the same with the previous combo. However, you instead use Stuff Cheeks first to quickly max out your Berries and gain increased movement speed.

Burst Combos

Double Belch Combo
Stuff Cheeks IconBelch Icon x2

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Double Belch Combo
This is your standard damage-dealer combo if your using Belch. Start by using Stuff Cheeks to max out your Berries, then use the movement speed bonus to get close to your target. Once your close enough, use Belch twice in quick succession.
Bad Breath Combo
Berry Belly Flop IconBelch Icon Constantly

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Bad Breath Combo
Berry Belly FlopBelch Constantly
This is your most powerful combo in terms of damage. Initiate with Berry Belly Flop, then use Belch constantly until the unlimited Berry effect expires. You can use this combo if you want to solo Zapdos.

Crowd Control Combos

Reload Combo
Bullet Seed IconStuff Cheeks IconBullet Seed Icon

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Reload Combo
This is a basic combo centered around Bullet Seed. Max out your Berries first. Stay close to your target while casting Bullet Seed. When your Berries run out, cast Stuff Cheeks to quickly max out your Berries again, then use the remaining duration of Bullet Seed.
Belcher Combo
Covet IconBelch Icon Constantly

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Belcher Combo
CovetBelch Constantly
This is a crowd-control combo with high damage potential and is your core combo for the Belcher Build. Max out Berries first before initiating with Covet. Keep casting Belch whenever it's available while your maneuvering.
Ultimate Belcher Combo
Berry Belly Flop IconCovet IconBelch Icon Constantly

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Ultimate Belcher Combo
Berry Belly FlopCovetBelch Constantly
This is an improved version of the Belcher combo. Initiate with Berry Belly Flop, then cast Covet immediately. Keep using Belch until the unlimited-berry effect expires.
Drive-By Combo
Covet IconBullet Seed Icon

Pokemon UNITE - Run and Gun Combo
This is another crowd-control combo, but deals less damage overall. Initiate with Covet, then hold down Bullet Seed while maneuvering.
Rambo Run and Gun Combo
Berry Belly Flop IconBullet Seed Icon

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Gattling Gun Combo
This is another version of the Drive-By combo. The setup is the same, but you're using Berry Belly Flop to initiate instead.
Commando Combo
Berry Belly Flop IconCovet IconBullet Seed Icon

Pokemon UNITE - Greedent Rambo Run and Gun Combo
This is an improved version of the Drive-By combo. Initiate with Berry Belly Flop, then use Covet immediately. Hold down Bullet Seed while your maneuvering.

Matchups & Counters for Greedent

All Greedent Matchups

Hard Counter
BlastoiseCinderaceCrustleGarchompGengarGreninjaLucarioMachampMr. MimeSnorlaxSylveonTalonflameVenusaurZeraora
Fair Matchup
AbsolAlolan NinetalesBlisseyCharizardEldegossMamoswineTsareenaWigglytuff
Good Matchup
CramorantDecidueyeDragoniteGardevoirPikachuSlowbroVenusaur

✘ : Counter | = : Even | : Advantageous
1. The chart is based on our own experience playing Greedent.
2. Pokemon within each tier are unordered
3. Any Pokemon not shown here are still under investigation.

Counter With Cheeky Moves

Greedent has an affinity to be very playful with its movesets, opting for a more pesky method of outpacing enemy pokemon with its mobility. Best way to outplay a pesky Pokemon is to be even more pesky or persistent, that's why pokemon with a higher damage output and slippery moves can make Greedent swallow its berries.

Best Counters

Pokemon Explanation
Lucario ImageLucario Rating: ★★★★★
Due to Lucario's mobility with Extreme Speed and short blinks using Bone Rush, it has the upperhand when facing off against Greedent's pesky playstyle.
Gengar ImageGengar Rating: ★★★★
Similar to Lucario but with less damage output, Gengar can also outplay Greedent by moving around the place with Hex or Dream Eater partnered with Phantom Ambush.
Garchomp ImageGarchomp Rating: ★★★★
Garchomp excels in fighting enemies that have a knack for surviving. Simply because the more total health an enemy has, the harder Garchomp hits them. Not to mention its attack speed buff comboed with innate lifesteal.

Even Matchups

Even matchups are always a matter of skill, luck and timing. Here are some tips to help push Greedent ahead against other Pokemon on equal footing.

Prolong Fights with Heal

Pokemon with Strong Heal Moves
Blissey Image Eldegoss Image

These Pokemon can effectively heal the damage dealt by Greedent. This causes a stalemate in lane where Greedent cannot overpower the opposing team and the opposing team not being able to take down Greedent because it heals via berries.

Not Enough to Chink the Armor

Pokemon with Strong Initial Hits
Absol Image Charizard Image

These Pokemon just can't effectively go toe-to-toe with Greedent but can also escape after dealing a fair amount of damage. Greedent also cannot burst them down because these Pokemon can either escape or have innate tankiness.

Can Survive Crowd Control

Pokemon with Crowd Control
Mamoswine Image Wigglytuff Image Alolan Ninetales Image

These Pokemon can dish out crowd control but cannot burst down Greedent. This creates a stalemate during toe to toe fights with either side surviving the clash.

Best Matchups for Greedent

Fragile to Burst Damage

Fragile to Burst Damage
Cramorant Image Gardevoir Image Pikachu Image Venusaur Image Decidueye Image

These Pokemon are no match against Greedent's high burst damage and incredible sustain via Berries. They also don't have any reliable means of escaping Greedent's pursuits.

Out-Sustained

Out-Sustained
Slowbro Image Dragonite Image

As durable as Slowbro and Dragonite are, Greedent's sustain via Berries outmatches their attacks, allowing Greedent to go toe to toe against either on of them. Also, even if Slowbro has means of locking down Greedent, it's not enough to take out Greedent quickly.

Best Teammates for Greedent

Pokemon Explanation
Blissey ImageBlissey
Eldegoss ImageEldegoss
Great support to keep the engine going
Pair Greedent with support Pokemon that can sustain it with heals and buffs to keep it in the battle for much longer. The extra support makes offensive Greedent initiate fights or defend goal zones effectively.
Mr. Mime ImageMr. Mime Wall off opponents for the perfect Belch
Mr. Mime's walls can line up opponents to help Greedent aim Belch better. This is will also be useful for clustering up opponents for a devastating Berry Belly Flop.
Pikachu ImagePikachu
Cramorant ImageCramorant
Early game beat downs
Take advantage of Pikachu's and Cramorant's early disables to set up double Tackles with full berries. Follow it up with a Thunder Shock or Whirlpool and watch the opponent's HP melt away.

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Greedent Moves

Move Slot 1 (R)

Tackle ImageTackle
(Lv. 1 or 3)
Move Type: Dash
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 6s
Total Damage: 481 (Lv. 3) / 629 (Lv. 15)
Has the user leap to the designated are, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon within the area and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. If this move is used while Covet is active, no leap area can be chosen. Instead, while the user is running, damage is dealt to opposing Pokemon in front of it. If the user has stashed in its tail, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced.
Belch ImageBelch
(Lv. 7)
Upgrade Lv. 13
Move Type: Ranged
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 5s
Total Damage: 1300 (Lv. 7) / 1916 (Lv. 15)
Deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time. If the user has any Berries stashed in its tail at this time, it consumes all of them. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more this move's cooldown is reduced. Upgrade: Increases damage dealt by this move.
Bullet Seed ImageBullet Seed
(Lv. 7)
Upgrade Lv. 13
Move Type: Ranged
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 5s
Total Damage: 3696 (462 Burst; 154 per hit) (Lv. 7) / 5568 (696 Burst; 232 per hit) (Lv. 15)
Has the user spit Berry seeds in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreasing their movement speed for a short time. The more Berries the user had stashed away, the more damage this move deals. Upgrade: Increases damage dealt by this move.

Move Slot 2 (ZR)

Defense Curl ImageDefense Curl
(Lv. 1 or 3)
Move Type: Buff
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 8s
Total Damage: (Lv. 3)
Grants the user a shield for a short time. In addition, a Berry will drop in front of the user
Covet ImageCovet
(Lv. 5)
Upgrade Lv. 11
Move Type: Hindrance
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 11s
Total Damage: 300 per hit (Lv. 5) / 456 per hit (Lv. 15)
Has the user run with all its might, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon it hits and throwing them. While running, the user drops Berries from its body. If the user eats a dropped Berry, its movement speed is increased. The more Berries the user eats, the more its movement speed is increased. Also, Belch or Bullet Seed can also be used while the user is running. Upgrade: Increases damage dealt by this move and increases the frequency at which berries drop.
Stuff Cheeks ImageStuff Cheeks
(Lv. 5)
Upgrade Lv. 11
Move Type: Buff
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown: 8s
Total Damage: (Lv. 5)
Has the user drop several Berries, which can be eaten to recover HP. Any HP recovered that exceeds the user's max HP will be converted to a shield effect. If the user catches sight of a Berry while using this move, its movement speed is increased for a short time. Upgrade: Increases the number of Berries the user drops from its tail.

Unite Moves (ZL)

Berry Belly Flop ImageBerry Belly Flop
(Lv. 9)
Move Type: Area
Damage Type: Physical
Cooldown:
Total Damage: 1804 (Lv. 9) / 2189 (Lv. 15)
Has the user eat a Berry to recover HP and then leap to the designated area, dealing damage to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and throwing them. The user then eats a special Berry, allowing it to stash an unlimited amount of Berries in its tail for a short time and resetting the cooldown of all its moves.

Standard Attack

Standard Attack Image Standard Attack Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack, dealing increased damage when it hits and causing one Berry to drop from the user's tail.

Ability (Passive)

Cheek Pouch ImageCheek Pouch When the Pokemon eats a Berry, it also recovers HP after receiving the original effects of the Berry. At the same time, it stealthily stashes another Berry in its tail. Being hit by a single attack or combination of attacks will cause a Berry to drop from the Pokemon's tail.

Greedent Stats & Evolutions

Greedent Evolutions

1st Evolution Final Evolution
Skwovet.pngSkwovet
(Lv. 1)
Skwovet.pngGreedent
(Lv. 5)

Greedent Stats

Level HP Defense Special Defense Attack Damage
1 3000 75 60 170
2 3135 83 67 174
3 3290 92 75 178
4 3469 103 84 183
5 4285 151 124 206
6 4522 165 136 213
7 4794 181 149 221
8 5107 199 164 230
9 5467 220 182 240
10 5882 244 202 252
11 6359 272 225 266
12 6908 304 252 282
13 7539 341 283 300
14 8265 384 319 321
15 9099 433 360 345

Attack Damage is the damage of the Basic Attack as tested against the Training Dummy.

Greedent In-Game Stat Listings

Offense Endurance Mobility Scoring Support
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Greedent Skins (Holowear)

Holowear
Training Style
GreedentTraining Style

Tuxedo Style
GreedentTuxedo Style

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Top 5 Master Rank Picks & Win Rate

All data is based on Season 02 Master Rank Top 100.
Last Updated: January 24, 2022
Pokemon Tier Most Played Average Win Best Lane
Lucario.png Lucario SS Tier 26% 77% Bot
Pokemon UNITE - Dragonite Icon.pngDragonite S Tier 10% 78% Jungle
Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Icon.pngWigglytuff S Tier 10% 76% Bot
Eldegoss.png Eldegoss S Tier 9% 81% Bot
Pokemon UNITE - Defender Greedent Icon.pngGreedent S Tier 7% 79% Top

Top Picked Pokemon Per Role

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Venusaur.pngVenusaur Pokemon UNITE - Wigglytuff Icon.pngWigglytuff Lucario.pngLucario Greedent.pngGreedent Talonflame.pngTalonflame

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Attacker Icon.pngAttackers All-Rounder Icon.pngAll-Rounders Defender Icon.pngDefenders
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