Alright, just tried some of those sets out, and I was really impressed guys! Keep the creative sets coming :).
@Stellar: Yeah, I added clerics as a teammate for Gallade. Also, I tried out Seismitoad and it was actually really impressive :o. Water Absorb gives Seismitoad the ability to completely stop threats like Lanturn, Feraligatr, Crawdaunt, etc, and unlike its competitors fellow Water Absorb Pokemon like Poliwrath, it can actually set up Stealth Rock and hit pretty hard too! The fact that it only has a 4x weakness to Grass helped it a bunch as well. Aerodactyl wasn't as impressive, but it's definitely a cool set that Aerodactyl can pull off, so I added both Pokemon.
@ShakeItUp: While I do think that Rotom is a better SubWisp user, I guess Haunter makes an arguably better lure for stuff like Spiritomb and Klinklang, since it can't just Volt Switch out of them like Rotom can, so those Pokemon generally switch into Haunter without fear, but this set cripples them with Will-O-Wisp. Added!
@superstar: Wasn't too fond of this set, sorry :<. Duosion just has to compete with too many Pokemon in my opinion. Beheeyem is about as bulky and just as strong, while it also has access to Nasty Plot to make it hit much harder than Duosion ever could, while Musharna is much bulkier and makes a more reliable Nidoqueen check. Duosion's only real selling point over Pokemon like Beheeyem and Musharna is Magic Guard, but considering how offensive Trick Room teams are, as well as the fact that Duosion really needs Eviolite to give it enough bulk to survive attacks, it isn't enough to make Duosion worth it imo. Thanks for posting though!
@Hot N Cold: Interesting set! It worked really well when I used it; I could either bluff a physical or special set by using Leaf Storm or Earthquake respectively, then smash their switch in with a surprise physical or special attack. Added!