Ok. With everybody whining about how Revenankh has few counters, and they dont even cover every set, I set out to find one. I tried a Bulky Zapdos, A SpecsKiss, a CBRaptor, until I was about to try a Haze Crobat. I then remembered that Dragonite got Haze too, and had above average defenses and an amazing attack stat to boot! So without further ado, here's my set: Dragonite (M) @ Leftovers Ability: Inner Focus EVs: 252 HP/16 Atk/128 Def/112 Spd Adamant nature (+Atk, -SAtk) - Haze - Fire Punch/Earthquake/Thunder Punch - Dragon Dance - Outrage First, let me explain the EVs. The HP and defense allows this to switch into Shadow Sneaks after two Bulk Ups, take two, Haze, then DD. The 12 Evs gives this 224 speed, which out-speeds BulkyGyara by a point and take it down with Thunder Punch. As an added bonus this outspeeds Salamence and Garchomp after a DD. The rest is put into Attack, giving this 339 Attack BEFORE a DD. The strategy when using this is you switch into Revenankh before it gets too many Bulk Ups. Haze while not taking much damage, then DD and 2HKO-3HKO with Outrage before it can do much back. If it uses Bulk Up in the meantime, Haze again. Now for the calcs, assuming normal Bulk Up variant: Revenankh Shadow Sneak +2 Attack to Dragonite: Damage: 21.76% - 25.65% Revenankh Shadow Sneak +1 Attack to Dragonite: Damage: 16.58% - 19.43% Revenankh Shadow Sneak to Dragonite: Damage: 11.14% - 13.21% Revenankh +2 Ice Punch to Dragonite (Worst Case Senario, you predict wrong): Damage: 107.51% - 126.68% In order for it to survive this, you would need to take all attack EVs and some speed off, which isn't worth it. Revenankh +1 Ice Punch to Dragonite: Damage: 81.09% - 95.34% Revenankh Ice Punch to Dragonite: Damage: 54.66% - 64.25% Now the other way around: Dragonite +1 Outrage to +1 Defense Revenankh (Same as 0 Attack/0 Defense): Damage: 44.53% - 52.34% 2KHO-3HKO Dragonite +1 Outrage to Revenankh: Damage: 66.41% - 78.13% Solid 2HKO Dragonite +2 Outrage to Revenankh: Damage: 88.28% - 103.91% A nice chance for an OHKO In conclusion, the main advantage to this set is its value after killing its main target. With the one DD up, you can easily DD again on a switch, or just start sweeping with that massive attack stat. The main advantage over Weezing is that this is not weak to EQ with the many Pinsir and Rampardos running around these days. I know because I use one myself to take care of Weezing and Bronzong, another one who somewhat walls Revenankh. You should run this set with a Heatran to prevent Ice Punch from ruining you, because all Revenankh who run Ice Punch run LO, and are therefore weaker defensively and will take damage from all the switching between the two. A good predicter should be able to use this successfully. As for the EVs, taking the 20 out of Attack and placing them in defense amounts to a few percent either way, and won't prevent the OHKO from Ice Punch. I hope everyone likes this, because Dragonite needs more fans. Thanks for reading! Edit: Thanks Dane for the help with Outrage>AA Edit2: Realized that I inputted the stuff wrong =/ Changed the calcs. Also changed the EVs to out-speed BulkyGyara after one DD.