Usage Statistics for February

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Usage Statistics for February

Post by Sasami on Sun Mar 01, 2009 10:44 pm

"OU" List:

Raichu
Stantler
Mawile
Sandslash
Butterfree
Shedinja
Relicanth
Pikachu
Ampharos

High Usage:

Armaldo
Exploud
Whiscash
Wailord
Politoed
Chimecho
Mightyena
Sableye
Dodrio
Pelipper

Medium Usage:

Golduck
Furret
Banette
Dunsparce
Octillery
Phione
Aggron
Cloyster
Sudowoodo
Dewgong
Swalot
Kingler
Magcargo
Bastiodon
Seviper

Low Usage:

Qwilfish
Skuntank
Cacturne
Castform
Huntail
Illumise
Kecleon
Lumineon
Lunatone
Masquerain
Walrein
Beedrill
Bellossom
Chatot
Girafarig
Granbull
Mr.Mime
Parasect
Tropius

No Usage:

Quagsire
Shiftry
Cradily
Ariados
Xatu
Volbeat
Purugly
Solrock
Torkoal
Crawdaunt
Minun
Raticate
Carnivine
Wigglytuff
Arbok
Pachirisu
Dustox
Pidgeot
Ledian
Vespiquen
Seaking
Plusle
Mothim
Delibird
Clamperl
Glalie
Spinda
Wormadam-G
Sunflora
Fearow
Trapinch
Vigoroth
Cherrim
Wormadam
Delcatty
Kricketune
Farfetch'd
Corsola
Beautifly
Ditto
Luvdisc
Unown

Leads:

Mawile
Butterfree
Relicanth
Furret
Dodrio

Popular Pokemon Combos:

Raichu+Mawile
Relicanth+Pikachu
Butterfree+Sandslash

Random Facts:

-Purugly, once the most feared lead, had NO usage this month!!
-Butterfree has gone back to being a popular lead, but couldn't beat out Mawile.
-Most Mawile have Substitute.
-Raichu and Stantler had 20 uses. This is shocking when you consider that we only had 25 logs this month.
-Shiftry had no usage again, despite once being OU.
-Even though Rain Dance teams became more common, Seaking had no usage.
-There was only one person who didn't use their Butterfree as a lead.

Common Trends in February:

Most Common Pokemon: Raichu
Most Common Lead: Mawile
Most Common Baton Passer: Mawile
Most Common Type of Teams: Balanced
Most Common Revenge Killer: Raichu
Most Common Late-Game Sweeper: Raichu
Most Common Wall Breaker: Pikachu
Most Common Walls: Sandslash, Relicanth, Mawile, and Ampharos

Other Notes: Balance is still the way to go and most teams consist of three bulky sweepers or walls and three fast sweepers. Status is an extremely common tactic, making a status absorber a good thing to have. Substitute is as popular as ever, but Encore was used very little. Priority is now a staple of NU strategy, with over 90 percent of teams having at least some sort of priority move.
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