This is exactly the issue with the concept. A ton of Pokemon are exactly like this concept. Then just look at the questions being asked in the concept formulation; they really don't ask any questions regarding what we can get out of the concept, they're just rhetorical and lacking in direction.I don't want to get on your idea, Zebstrika, but you need to consider some of these things when formulating concepts. Let's take a look at the questions from the winning concept for Voodoom, Perfect Mate.Is the base pokemon's usefulness (and usage) in the metagame increased as a result of having a "perfect mate"?This is a good question. Does having a perfect mate improve the popularity of the mate? Who knows! That's something we can learn.What strategies are more effective for the base pokemon, as a result of having a perfect teammate?This is also a good question; does the mate play any differently now that it has something 'perfect' to fall back on? This is something we can learn about inter-Pokemon synergy.What are the most effective aspects of the new pokemon, for purposes of making a great teammate with the base pokemon?This is the best question for many reasons. This question is asking what actually makes something a good partner in the first place! We all have a few good ideas for answers to this, but getting the opportunity to actually check it with a CAP project is exceptional. We learned a lot from this question in particular.Is the new pokemon viable in the metagame without the base pokemon as a teammate?This sort of question is an afterthought, but it's still good nonetheless. Does the CAP need its partner? Or must a good OU partner be perfectly viable on its own as well? We know the answer, having done Voodoom, but we didn't at first. For reference, the questions are all answered here. Those are the sorts of questions you want to ask, not something like "How would a Pokemon like this be made?" That isn't the sort of question to be asking, because it doesn't even discuss what the Pokemon does by itself or to/with the metagame. Focus those questions on the Pokemon and what it can or cannot do, and most of all on what you think it might do but aren't sure about.