2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

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2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

Watch Cedric battle Aaron in the Top 8 of the 2016 Pokémon Video Game National Championships Masters Division! Learn more about the Pokémon Championship Series on our site!

2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A
2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A
2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A

55 thoughts on “2016 Pokémon National Championships: VG Masters Top 8, Match A”

  1. This is ridiculous, 2 teams almost the same and its suppose to be fun? LoL
    Why waste your time ev training?

  2. Fake Out is the most cheapes move ever and honestly should be banned. So
    pathetic. Same with legedaries

  3. Glenn and Abraham get their skulls brutality smashed in by a baseball bat
    wrapped in barbed wire**

  4. Because these players are trying to win; they don’t care about not being
    creative. Also they all give their Pokemon slightly different EV spreads
    and moves, so the teams aren’t EXACTLY the same

  5. There are some games like this where it’s simply about winning with only
    the upper tiers despite a stale comp. If they find that fun then good for
    them. Unless you’re planning to play for the championships, then just EV
    train your “creative and original” team to do some pub battling if that’s
    your thing.

  6. Gaming Mage That doesn’t matter. There are So many ways to run any mon that
    even using the same ones makes big differences. besides you must be
    unfamiliar with how competitive games go.

  7. +JT Gaston No that is not a big difference.
    I been playing Pokemon Competitively since Diamond and Pearl. Every new
    generation the variety in team becomes less and less. Everyone running the
    same sets, set ups and Pokemon.

  8. The past two VGC’s, IMO, have been lackluster I feel like they should
    introduce more restrictions to allow a wider, usable, variety of pokemon.
    This would fix the issue people have with everyone using the same pokemon,
    (I personally don’t care but it would be interesting to see what players
    do). On the other hand, removing the “Each Pokémon must hold a different
    item.” clause would shake things up a bit.

  9. It’s understandable. These players want to win so seeing similar teams like
    this isn’t surprising to me. Trust me, they wish they didn’t have to use
    these Pokemon but they do it because they work best. Next year should be a
    lot more diverse

  10. This is where you take advantage of the no variety and build a team that
    crushes the meta~ Easy win, Easy money :3

  11. UmbreonErick3001 geomancy power herb and you start tearing everything with
    moonblast, it’s extremely good.

  12. there is no way to tell for sure if a pokemon was hacked but that do checks
    on teams for obviouse things like place it was encountered and origional
    trainer and stuff like that also the pokeball and event only moves are
    things that get genners caught. I was checked once just because i had 1 6iv
    shiny on my team.

  13. Jwanie look pal we get it, you play competitive Pokemon you’ve said it like
    40 times, you can go away now

  14. Nah he’s just bad. his design is horrible he looks like a standler that
    played around in blue paint and spilled it. Geomacy isn’t even an attack
    move, and it can be KO’d very easily. Oblivion wing, however is a good move
    with a good base and heals in the process.

  15. +Elliot Fog​ ur opinion. I think xerneas looks really good and I love the
    desing. I also love how it has a battle form. Geomancy is ok move imo. At
    least geomancy looks beautiful. And Xerneas can be a great baton passer
    too. I get it that his singnature move could have been an attack, but
    geomancy fits with xerneas story. It makes sense much more than attack move
    would’ve

  16. +a Bear I will agree, it does go with the story. And it is a great baton
    pass Pokemon (ninjasks aside). 😂

  17. Ya what blueduck golduck said. They do check for obvious things, so if
    everything on your Pokemon is obtainable through normal gameplay, you’ll be
    fine

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