Originally Posted by Fat Stunt
I'd definitely do something about your discharge weakness.
When encountering opposing weather , you are pretty much dead as well.
Wide Guard is sure to cause you trouble.
Beat Up Terrakion Strategy will still beat you when protecting the first turn.
We should play triples sometime so I can show you how its done ;)
Somewhat unsure why you think all the above:
Discharge with the spread move power decrease combined with Screens and my bulk investement means I can probably avoid OHKOs or even 2HKOs on my water mons with it - not to mention the fact that all but one of my leads aren't badly impacted by it at all, and that I can Fake Out a Discharger first turn to get some damage in. Not only that, but I have Gastrodon who can be switched in to replace Toed, so I fail to see how Discharge is not manageable. You underestimate how Screens+Bulk+healing from water absorb makes my electric-weak mons very durable.
I underspeed every weather inducer barring Hippowdon, and when my weather is up I have a huge type advantage over Sun and Sand, so I fail to see how I automatically lose to them. Hail like I mention is an issue thanks to Freezes, but Safeguard can help against that and again I underspeed Abomasnow getting the initial advantage, without mentioning that half my team resists Ice.
The whole point of Beat Up+Terrakion is to get to +6 asap - so the whole team rarely protects, and if they do then I get Reflect up, allowing me to live Rock Slide and OHKO Terrakion on the second turn, so I don't match up badly against them really.
Wide Guard is broken by Feint, and Croak's ability to heal nearly 50% per turn allows me to keep him alive the entire match with relative ease. I also have insurance against Wide Guard in Vappy and still get the healing from Surf even if I don't damage the opponent, allowing me to use a central surfspammer to heal my team even if Croak does go down.
Whilst I appreciate all vaguely constructive criticism, condescending "I can show you how its done" along with merely stating (mostly incorrectly) some weaknesses my team has without attempting to suggest improvements or point out how I may in fact be weak to said strategy is really not helpful whatsoever.