Originally Posted by Fat Anikrahman1995
Arceus does not revenge Blaziken. The only Arceus that revenges Reshiram and Blaziken is ExtremeKiller. When that happens you can switch to Terrakion and then gain momentum again and start another sweep from there. Life Orb Terrakion uses rock polish and swords dance. Let me show you two things:
252Atk Life Orb Terrakion (Neutral) Close Combat vs 4HP/0Def Kyogre (Neutral): 80% - 95% (276 - 327 HP). Guaranteed 2HKO.---> We can hit it on the switch. It doesnt normally switch in but comes in to revenge. If rock polish has been used, you outspeed and hit it.
252Atk Life Orb +2 Terrakion (Neutral) Stone Edge vs 4HP/0Def Levitate Giratina (Neutral): 95% - 112% (423 - 498 HP). Guaranteed 2HKO. 74% chance to OHKO. This is Giratina-O. I have done this many times. Giratina-O switches in like a boss only to get smashed by this. The way to achive this is to threaten out Extremekiller/Dialga/Ferrothorn.
Now Giratina. It poses absolutely no threat to this team. Xatu walls it well with reflect. In a real match all it does is dragon tail which has 16 pp and it can be stalled out with roost and protect from Blaziken. If Dragon Tail brings out Reshiram, Giratina and the team is in trouble.
talking about Extremekiller. You forget how hard it is for Terrakion to set-up. First of all, Arceus can usually survive the CC, and KO back with earthquake/ brick break. Terrakion can not "set-up for free" against Arceus.
I still stand by my last argument. Exactly how do Blaziken and Terrakion synergize well? The only
thing they do for each other is that Terrakion defeats arceus for blaziken, which I already addressed. And Terrakion in no way possible
can defeat Giratina, unless running subSD. Giratina survives the +2 stone edge, and then burns/phazes it. Its also bad to assume that Terrakion has a SD under its belt, because chances are it won't. It is way too frail by uber standards to set-up as easily as you assume.