I personally think that Landorus-T killed DragMag teams. In fact, I want to say that it killed Physical Dragons in general, not to extreme extents but they are suffering from its massive presence in the metagame. This is the first time we have had a Pokemon with Intimidate, good bulk, no Stealth Rock weakness, and even forces Dragons to Outrage early since they can't do anything else; you can't even wear it down with Sand Storm; to make this sentence even longer, it comes with Stealth Rock and U-Turn so it's multipurpose! I think it is hands down the best utility Pokemon in the tier right now because it just does everything you could ever need it to do. Fighting-counter, Rock-Check, Ground-Check, Dragon-counter, Stealth Rocker, U-Turner, Defensive Pivot, and even Wall-Breaker and that's just one set! It's not super obvious right now but if Landorus-I does end up getting the suspect treatment and does get the boot, species clause isn't a factor anymore and we're going to see just how dominant Landorus-T really is because the usage stats right now do it no justice. #21 would be a great placement for any other Pokemon but this guy should realistically be right next to Heatran. And speaking of the Pokemon currently right next to Heatran in usage, Dragonite is definitely going to take a tumble for probably the first time in 5th Gen history if Landorus-T rises. Aside from Rain sets, Dragonite isn't too great at running Mixed and has no way to stopping Landorus-T other than Sub-Roosting all of HP Ice's PP. Garchomp on the other hand can actually break through Landorus-T with SD Yache but only with Yache. But even then, Landorus-T forces Chomp to Outrage which is an open invitation for a Steel-type like Ferrothorn to take care of business. And ScarfMence is just a joke to Landorus-T and I can't believe it's still being used even with Mamoswine and Scarf Terrakion/Keldeo being popular as well on top of all the Steel-types. Seriously, stop that crap. You're making Salamence look bad. He'd probably a better Mixed-Attacker than Hydreigon if it weren't for Blissey/Chansey. Same goes for Garchomp actually; a modified ChainChomp set with EQ, DMeteor, Fire Blast, and DragTail is imo his best and most unexpected set and I'd probably run it through C&C if I didn't have 2 analyses already active./tangent I had another point to make but I lost it during the Salamence/Garchomp tangent. Oh well. Main point was that DragMag is easily beaten even without Steel-types and it's kinda hilarious. Like seriously, Landorus-T+Tyranitar beats every Dragon but Hydreigon, MixMence, and ChainChomp. It's a relatively easy play-style to fight nowadays. Too many good walls, pursuers, and scarfmons for it to be all that viable currently.