Actually, the above description basically implies heavily that blissey's running toxic, and they don't usually run t-wave with toxic, for example, so if you're right that's a little misleading and should probably just be said straight out.
Furai edit: The description also said "being able". That means, you should consider that option, but not limited to. It's extremely down to the words which makes a lot of confusion, but you are meant to consider every set the two can run.
Me edit: Well actually, you're not "able" to do something unless you actually have the move. And other than your message, that's never actually been said anywhere, definitely not of the defensive pokemon, since the last challenge never really named specific enemies. So just pointing out that's a little bit confusing. Actually, a lot confusing. I can see two successive posters basically saying the challenge needs to be altered to allow that in.
For extra fun, i'm pretty sure the phrase "being able" doesn't apply to the second part. So it reads "despite blissey hitting you with toxic".
Also, that rules out excadrill, via flamethrower/focus sash counter blissey with 252 SpA/252 Def. If forretress has any prior damage, it can't even break the sash with rapid spin before dying. (Does it have any prior damage?)
How crazy are the survivor sets allowed to be? 404 subCM mewtwo with thunder/psyshock would probably GG everything once forry gets suicide SR down.
Finally: Minimize Blissey. After all, it IS being tested. So the pokemon with the "greatest" chance to win needs to be able to stomp blissey the fastest.
Last edited by tehy; Dec 16th, 2012 at 5:46:29 AM.
Reason: So you could edit me saying it's confusing, but not edit out the confusion?