Gliscor #472

 Best moveset for Gliscor

When fighting Pokémon in Gyms, Gliscor’s greatest moves are Wing Attack and Earthquake. This moveset has the most overall DPS and is also the finest for PVP encounters.

Offense 

  Wing Attack 12 dps
  Earthquake 46.7 dps

Defense 

  Wing Attack 12 dps
  Aerial Ace 27.5 dps

 

 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Fury Cutter 3 15 7.5
 Wing Attack 8 11.3 12
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Earthquake 140 -27.8 46.7
 Aerial Ace 55 -13.8 27.5
 Night Slash 50 -15 22.7
 Sand Tomb 60 -8.3 18
 Frustration Shadow 10 -16.5 5
 Return Purified 35 -47.1 50

The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

Biology

Gliscor is a huge, blue-purple vampire bat Pokémon. It has two toes and a somewhat darker circular pigmentation on the underside of its legs, and its tail has two barbs that resemble vampire fangs. Its limbs are crimson with tiny striations and entirely separated from its black wings, with enormous pincers at either end. It has crimson, chambered ear insides that can be seen, and its eyes are yellow. Its mouth has six visible fangs, and its waist, like its limbs, is crimson and striated. Gliscor’s anatomy resembles an open mouth, with pointed protrusions from its upper torso mimicking fangs, emphasizing its vampiric nature. It looks to be partly coated with an exoskeleton like that of an insect.

Gliscor and its unevolved form Gligar, as demonstrated in Riding the Winds of Change!, can generate a type of sound wave to identify obstacles and fly past them, akin to echolocation. Its legs seem to be unsuitable for walking, thus while on the ground, it can only execute brief jumps. Gliscor, like other bat-like Pokémon, sleeps upside down and is only active at night. It can fly silently; however, its wings cannot be flapped to the same amount as other Pokémon’s wings. Gliscor, like Jumpluff and Wingull, glides from place to place using winds and updrafts. When there is no wind, Gliscor uses its keen raptorial claws to climb to the tops of large trees and then glides from one location to another. This is comparable to flying squirrels. It is exceedingly uncommon, however it may be found in dense pine woods and wetlands.

Evolution family

Gliscor is part of a two-member family.

Regular

103.

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#207 Gligar

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Shiny

 

103.

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#207 Gligar

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