^ EDIT: i think i corrected my math now
anyway the stalliness metric is the base-2 logarithm of how many turns it would take for a mon to kill itself. in that case log2 X = 4.27, X = 2^4.27 which is over 19. it does sound pretty legit when chansey would be softboiling while throwing seismic tosses at its mirror image; it'd probably take a lot of turns for it to kill itself.
moreover, mons with low attack and big defenses are pretty much only useful for their defensive utility. when you have that much defense and that little attack, the number is unlikely to be an accurate reflection of the turns taken to KO yourself, but i still think such mons should significantly swing the team in favor of stall because of their massive lean to defense. just including one of them on a team should dramatically alter it. i could call a team bulky offense if it had a cb ferrothorn on it, but i'd be rather dubious if it had a chansey
oh and antar, np