|Blissey Movesets in Other Games|
This is a strategy guide for using Blissey in competitive play for the games Pokemon Sword and Shield. Read on for tips on the best Nature, EV spreads, Movesets, and Held Items to use with Blissey, as well as its strengths and weak points.
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|Pokemon||Type 1||Type 2|
|Natural Cure||All status problem heal when the Pokemon switches out.|
|Serene Grace||Boosts the likelihood of added effects appearing.|
|Healer (Hidden)||May heal an ally's status conditions.|
|Takes 4x damage||
|Takes 2x damage|
|Takes 0.5x damage||
|Takes 1/4x damage||
|Takes 0x damage|
|HP||Attack||Defense||Sp. Atk||Sp. Def||Speed|
|Nature||Modest (+SpAtk, -Atk)|
|EV Spread||252 Sp.Atk. / 252 Sp.Def. / 4 Spd.|
|Final Stat Values||330 HP / 30 Def. / 139 Sp.Atk. / 187 Sp.Def. / 76 Spd.|
|Held Item||Expert Belt|
Serene Grace is a potent Ability that doubles the side-effects of all moves the Pokemon uses. This set takes advantage of this Ability's potential with three attacking moves which can inflict status effects. With Expert Belt, its damage will increase when it scores a super-effective hit, and with its extremely high HP and Special Attack, it can field a variety of Special moves, while inflicting harmful status ailments and crippling its opponents.
Thunder suffers from a low accuracy, but thanks to Serene Grace, has a 60% chance of inflicting Paralysis when it lands.
|Dazzling Gleam||For handling Dark-type opponents. Hits Hydreigon for 4x super effective damage.|
|Thunderbolt||An alternate choice for Thunder, with an improved accuracy for when you don't want to risk your luck.|
|Shadow Ball||A strong coverage move against Ghost and Psychic-type Pokemon.|
|Tri Attack||Great STAB move to use as it can also give the opposing Pokemon a status condition.|
|Psychic||An overall strong coverage move against Poison and, most importantly, Fighting-type Pokemon.|
|Nature||Calm (+Sp. Def, -Atk)|
|EV Spread||4 HP. / 252 Def / 4 Sp. Atk / 244 Sp. Def / 4 Spd.|
|Final Stat Values||331 HP / 62 Def / 96 Sp.Atk / 204 Sp.Def / 76 Spd|
This build capitalizes on Blissey's bulky stats. With the combination of Calm Mind and Soft-Boiled, Blissey becomes hard to deal with. Not to mention Leftovers allows you to gradually heal back lost HP. Tri Attack is a strong STAB move while Ice Beam gives you coverage against Dragon, Flying, Grass, and Ground-type Pokemon.
|Dazzling Gleam||A coverage move for handling Dark-type opponents. Hits strong Pokemon like Hydreigon for 4x super effective damage.|
|Thunderbolt||A strong coverage move against Flying and Water-type Pokemon.|
|Substitute||A good move to stall out mirror matches against Chansey or Blissey.|
|Seismic Toss||STAB move to deal with durable Pokemon as it can consistently deal damage which tank Blissey lacks.|
As a Normal-type Pokemon, Blissey has only one weakness, and with the highest HP in the game and formidable Special Defense to boot, it can absorb even hard-hitting attacks from Special Attackers, then heal its lost HP with Soft-Boiled.
That said, although its HP and Special Defense are extremely high, it has one of the lowest Defense stats in the game, so Blissey will need to watch out for Physical moves to stay in the game.
Blissey's only weakness is Fighting-types moves, coupled with its extremely low Defense. By hitting it with a Physical Fighting-type Move, this pink puffball will be down for the count.
・Has a high Attack and gets STAB on Fighting moves
・Guts allows it to gain an attack boost when it gets a status ailment
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・Has a high Attack and gets STAB on Fighting moves
・Must watch out for Fire moves
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