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Team Comp Guide: Gallade Phys. Offense (Wally & Gallade) - Single Player Team

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Total Bonuses

Bonus (All) 6 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0
Debuff (All) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Debuff (Single) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

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Discussion: How to use this Team

This team can do a lot of things, but its primary purpose is to power through a particularly difficult Event or Battle Villa stage through a combination of debuffs and simply dealing loads of damage very quickly. While the team is afforded considerable survivability by the combination of Rotom’s bulk and Gallade’s Low Sweep, its big draw is the incredible damage Mega Gallade deals and how quickly it blazes through the Sync Counter. In terms of using the team in game, your buffing cycle leading up to Gallade’s evolution should look like this (Note: "Breathtaking!" gains multiple uses through its Sync Grid Move Gauge Refresh; if you miss the roll fill out the empty spaces with Low Sweeps):

Pair Move Effect Sync Counter
Rotom “Breathtaking!” Boosts Gallade’s Crit. Chance and Accuracy as well as lowering the Sync Counter by 3. 7
Gallade Low Sweep Deals damage and reduces the Stage Boss’s Speed. 6
Samurott “In This Together!” Boosts the team’s Attack by 3 stages. 5
Rotom “Breathtaking!” Boosts Gallade’s Crit.Chance and Accuracy as well as lowering the Sync Counter by 3. 2
Gallade Low Sweep Deals damage and reduces the Stage Boss’s Speed. 1
Samurott “In This Together!” Boosts the team’s Attack by 3 stages. 0

Once Gallade has Mega Evolved, you’ve officially reached the fun part. From here, have Samurott throw out one or two X Speeds to max out Gallade’s offensive stats in combination with Posthaste, and get started on pouring Close Combats on the opposing team. In 95% of cases this’ll be all you need to do, but if you’re up against a HEAVILY physically bulky opponent you always have another option. One or two each of Rotom’s X Sp.Atk and Gallade’s “Here I Come!” is more than enough to make Gallade’s Focus Blasts a force to be reckoned with, so replacing Samurott’s “In This Together!”s during the buffing phase with X Speeds and then throwing out a few Sp.Atk buffs should set you up nicely for Special offense if needed.

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