Well, you wanted it, I didn’t, but I love you guys so much that I did it (except you, Cow, you disappoint me). Here’s the wyrm based Delta Gyarados line.
Starting with a splash, we have Delta Magikarp, a plain Dragon type. It can only learn the move Dragon Rage. Like, that’s it. Nothing else. Its ability is Keen Eye, and its HA is Shadow Dance.
Now, onto the big one, Delta Gyarados.
This guy is one of the worst ones I’ve done recently, IMO. But, I dunno, you might like him. His Dragon/Rock typing is an alright typing for a delta based around a burrowing dragon. It learns a variety of moves, including Crunch, Dragon Claw, Stone Edge, Earthquake, and Dragon Dance. He’d definitely be up there, tierwise. Let him get a couple DDances off, and you’re finished. His abilities would be Keen Eye, Shadow Dance, and an HA of Burrower.
“Boro, you make way too many abilities.”
What’s Burrower, you say? Well, I’ll answer your question. Burrower is an ability that allows all two turns moves invulnerability from attacks. Take Dig, for example. If you use Dig, you can still be hit by earthquake and bulldoze and the like. Well, with Burrower, that’s no longer an issue. Yes, this also applies to moves like Solar Beam, Razor Wind, and Geomancy (Despite the fact that Delta Gyarados cannot learn those moves.)
But that’s not all. Oh no, it is not. Introducing, Mega Delta Gyarados.
This Rock/Dragon type has the ability Mysticize, the dragon type version of Pixilate (Man, I really do love these type changing abilities.) This means Dragon type body slam, Dragon type Return, Dragon type bounce. If your opponent gets one of these out and DDances it, just give up the match then and there.
And now, the shinies.
Shiny Delta Magikarp
Shiny Delta Gyarados
Shiny Mega Delta Gyarados.
The shiny inspiration is actually a certain superhero. It’s not the Joker BTW, despite looking like it.
Well, that’s all. No poll today, sorry, but I do have something big coming up. Anyway, seeya later, Boro Out!