Originally Posted by Fat nyph
This set isn't really designed to 6-0, just to give you an early game advantage, and potentially a late game sweep.
Stored power has amazing coverage. The only thing it can't rip apart is dark types, which get subseeded.
Prankster heart swap gives you a free switch to a counter if you switch on it, potentially giving you huge momentum. Whirlwind gets magic coated, and also misses heaps when you have evasion. Lead chansey only gets 5 pp, which makes it useless. Darks get leech seeded.
This is a subseeder, not a moody sweeper.
Again, not really a sweeper. A subseeder with sweeping potential.
Speed is extremely useful for subseeding. Once again, coverage is not needed.
Does any pokemon crush anything? Not anymore really. This set is a subseeder that is also potentially a threatening sweeper. It is no pure power slaking or shadow tag trickster, or assist Kyu-B.
I get it, I get it, lol, it's a subseeder primarily. I didn't get the memo from your first post since Leech Seed's purpose was described as: "beat sheddy and recover sub health and stall for more boosts", 2.5 of which are on the face of it concerned with facilitating a Stored Power sweep. Anyway I would be very interested to hear accounts of this set in use. I am sure it can be effective, but I am also sure no one can always
sub on an attack, magic coat on hazards and whirlwind, switch on a Heart Swap, hit Leech Seeds, and get relevant Moody boosts.
Moreover, Dark Bouncers or Pranksters with Sub cannot get subseeded, Heart Swap still forces it out even if you predict it (and you can just as easily assert the opponent makes a double switch, getting their own huge momentum), Chansey still reveals the set, i.e. not useless, and Perish Song cannot be Coated. Oh, and I neglected to mention multi-hit moves. All this theory about it's virtues is well and good, but it would be more substantial if we had some data about how it works in practice.