| 22 | Landorus-Therian | 8.67255% | 62606 | 6.586% | 54159 | 7.069% |
LAWD JESUS this one an amazing jump for Landy-T! To think that this thing was on the brink of going UU last month, but now it's surpassed even Thundurus-T in usage! Hell yeah. I think many are realizing that this thing is one of the best Fighting counters in OU and one of the better bulkier pivots since it has access to Stealth Rocks, U-Turn, and an outstanding uninvested 326 minimum attack stat! Maybe one of the reasons for it's poor usage in the past was due to the lack of an OU Analysis in the Strategy Pokedex? It's bulky pivot EV Spread is quite confusing, so many probably didn't know how to properly use this thing. Also, the analysis kind of pisses me off in a way. It sounds almost like it was written by a hyper offensive player.
As is befitting of its ability, Landorus-T is a Pokemon that is somewhat more intimidating than dangerous.
Bull crap. Sounds a little biased IMO. Landorus-T is very dangerous since it's bulky as well and has access to dat EdgeQuake combination backed up by awesome attack. Who cares if it has a 91 base speed and it's lack of offensive presence compared to Landy-I? It's not intended to sweep teams, it's intended to provide support while posing as an offensive threat at the same time. Hence the name, Bulky Offensive Pivot
. There's an extreme lack of supporting Pokemon that can pose an offensive threat in OU, and Landorus-T definitely makes up for it. At one point, Heatran and Ferrothorn were one of the only bulky supporting Pokemon that actually had a chance to really mess teams up if given the chance, and weren't setup fodder. Landy-T is no exception. I'm very happy that many are ignoring the flack that this thing gets sometimes, because the fact that he's used more than his Incarnate counter part that can sweep teams with ease should say something to the haters. I really want to build a team around him.