Originally Posted by Fat Poppycock
It's a bit slow, and that is one of the main qualities of a good dual screener, i.e., it can be taken out before it has a chance to set up the appropriate screen. I've recently made a pretty decent hyper offense team that doesn't use dual screens
ala gave me a hand building it
edit: on seconds thought it's more heavy offense
Thanks for the reply - looking at your team tough it shows that you use a set of 4 physical and 2 special sweepers ... is there a reason why you're not using a straight 6 physicals or 6 specials team?
Running a team with both types included seems like you would be forced to switch more often (=loosing tempo advantage). Also, when you focus on one direction, you're basically playing 6 vs 5 imo - e.g. they pack a Skarmony and Blissey as their main physical and special walls while you're playing a team full of physicals you can more or less ignore Blissey. However, if you play a mixed team both of them become relevant again.
Just my point of view though ;)