15 | Gliscor | 97943 | 10.185% | 78015 | 10.031% |
43 | Landorus-Therian | 52528 | 5.463% | 45230 | 5.816% |
I'm surprised Gliscor is still so high in a metagame that does him no favours whilst Landorus-T is so low. I'd argue that Landorus-T makes a better check to physical sweepers than Gliscor atm, primarily because of intimidate and superior offensive stats. Durability is no longer as much of an issue in this metagame.
| 4 | Dragonite | 152726 | 15.882% | 119202 | 15.327% |
It's STILL #4 despite clearly becoming more redundant with the plethora of checks/revengers/counters you see on every team that are practically tailor made to deal with Dragonite. The onslaught of rain has also made fire punch rather redundant and threats like Landorus-T are complete outrage bait for a steel switch in into +0/+1 Dragonite.
| 6 | Jirachi | 129003 | 13.415% | 106988 | 13.756% |
We still have this:
| 19 | Alakazam | 85895 | 8.932% | 65560 | 8.430% |
One of weatherless' favourite revengers is really holding its position in OU. The focus sash set is (IMO) currently better then the sub+3 attacks because it's just so good and Jirachi are everywhere making the wallbreaker set a waste of turns in 13.7% of games. I'll go ahead and assume in the higher brackets Jirachi has approximately 2 to 3x usage making the sash set more and more attractive.
| 42 | Magnezone | 52953 | 5.507% | 42550 | 5.471% |
Oh lawd, this is a metagame FOR Magnezone, it's basically going to 2 for 1 any rain team thanks to the very rare presence of Gastrodon on them at the moment, +4 hp ice will ohko anything a +4 thunderbolt cannot on your typical current rain team after Ferrothorn has been eliminated! Surprised it's usage isn't higher!
| 26 | Keldeo | 72344 | 7.523% | 55916 | 7.190% |
| 46 | Latias | 51380 | 5.343% | 40249 | 5.175% |
| 47 | Celebi | 49069 | 5.103% | 40309 | 5.183% |
I can all but guarantee in the higher brackets the usage of these pokemon will be higher, perhaps double! Keldeo has brought on Latias and Celebi with a force and conveniently both of those walls can nullify specially based Landorus-I as well, making them very important pokemon in the current metagame.
| 58 | Weavile | 26108 | 2.715% | 20574 | 2.645% |
Picking up momentum, perhaps due to all the ice weak threats (particularly Tornadus-T). A unique pokemon that can often sweep an entire team lategame (no set-up) simply because of high speed and supereffective coverage. It's SD set is the ultimate in high risk-high reward.
| 49 | Haxorus | 44987 | 4.678% | 34224 | 4.400% |
In a metgame where forcing ko's is incredibly important, I am surprised hyper offense teams haven't really caught on to the importance of this pokemon as it easily takes out at least 1 pokemon on the other team by sheer force!
| 50 | Reuniclus | 39309 | 4.088% | 30793 | 3.959% |
Oh how the mighty have fallen. I can totally see in a weatherless metagame this pokemon being a top 15 threat.