@ ntrnsc mtvtn: That's quite an impressive streak, though I would suggest that you add more information to your post explaining your strategy. To be honest the team is pretty straight forward and easy to understand, but just posting a picture and listing 3 pokemon isn't that informative. Also, how did your streak end? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- I haven't actually got any new streaks to report, but I have been playing a little bit. I haven't felt particularly creative lately so I've just been throwing teams together using what I already have on me. Firstly, I tried my Garchomp/Emolga/Scizor/Rotom-W team again. I gave Emolga Protect over Light Screen, which worked well as Emolga is a hit magnet. In some ways, Garchomp + Emolga plays like a miniature version of Entei + (insert weakling bait pokemon here), though obviously not as effective. I gave Scizor Lum Berry and Rotom-W Aspear Berry to allow for safe switch-ins to ice attacks (the first time I switched Rotom-W into an Ice Beam it froze me, so it was a good choice I guess). I didn't get that far though. That team has trouble with anything faster than Emolga and it's way too vulnerable to hax. I should consider myself lucky that my last attempt at the team got as far as it did. It was only meant to be a joke team though. I wonder how well it would go in 4th gen though, where their speed stats are more impressive (not that I could actually try it, of course). I also tried out Garchomp + Azelf again (Protect over Thunderbolt on Azelf). I kept Scizor as a back up. However, I dumped Gyarados, who I think is just not a very good pokemon in subway (well it isn't terrible but I haven't really been impressed by it). I tried out something more interesting to replace it: Ninetales! It was a surprisingly good back-up, mainly because it is a strong check to ice teams (in fact, Ninetales is one of the safest switch-ins against ice attacks because Drought makes it immune to freezing). Unfortunately I was sure that the team would be ruined by any legendary team and my fears were realised when I face Socialite Saty, who had Latios + Heatran as back-ups. So yeah, now I'm constructing a new doubles team with Latios + Heatran as leads (no, I didn't just get the idea from Socialite Saty; I have been considering this for a little while). It would be interesting to see how Ninetales would work as a back-up for those leads. I'm not expecting much (Earthquake anyone?), but who knows?