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The problem is that some people justify the pokemon with so little screentime (like dracovish) as being strong, even tho ash barely trained it. Did he even train with it after iris battle or before? And their logic is "oh XY pokeywere strong so his new pokemon are automatically at that level"
Ok but my thing is, that doesn't make any sense. Ash doesn't magically make his pokemon stronger just because he had a powerful Greninja or an e4 Charizard or Pikachu. By that logic ash snivy should be strong because, infernape was strong??
I never got this logic. Ash pokemon at the end of XY were e4 champion tier. That doesn't automatically mean that Dragonite, gangar, dracovish, Lucario, should be automatically e4 tier. Especially with the little screen time they have like dracovish. The.only one that should be e4 tier is...