When choosing an ideal character to color in Pokémon world, you have a lot of choices. This grass-type Pokémon may want to consider. Here are the printable Sceptile coloring pages.
Sceptile is a Grass-type Pokémon. It is weak to Bug, Fire, Flying, Ice, and Poison-type Pokémon but is resistant to Electric, Grass, Ground, and Water-type moves.
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Sceptile has a lower defense and stamina stats. So, you don’t want this Pokémon to be first on your list in battles. Sceptile has several choices for his charge moves, but he doesn’t have much variety for his fast one. Of the two options, it’s best to use bullet seeds.
Not only does it do more damage, but it will provide more energy to Sceptile throughout the battle, which is great because he has to use his charge moves often.
While he does have some excellent options for his charge move, such as air ace and dragon claw, these options fall short.
They do decent damage and are costless moves, but it’s better to scratch them. This leaves you with an earthquake, frenzy plant, and limb.
You want to make sure your Sceptile knows the earthquake of the three options. It’s a powerful attack, and while it’s the highest energy value, the damage is worth it, especially when you’re fighting anything with Sol-type weaknesses.
Your big decision comes down to plant frenzy and leaf blade. Frenzy plant has the most significant damage but costs ten more energy, and leaf blade has minor damage but costs 35 energy, meaning you can use it more frequently.
It comes down to whether you catch a Sceptile on its community day or not. Both options are excellent choices and do not change the primary Sceptile output.
If you catch a Sceptile with a limb, that’s fine, and if you have one on a community day event that has the plant frenzy, you don’t have to change it.
Sceptile won’t be the most powerful Pokémon you’ll use in the Grand or Ultra League. It’s a good choice, and if you pair it with the right Pokémon, it can take out specific Pokémon and ensure you don’t have it as your first Pokémon.
It won’t last long, though. The best move set it can use in PvP will be ball seed for its fast movement, then earthquake and plant or leaf frenzy for its charge moves.