Hello Smogon! Ryujin here. I've been doing some Showdown and PO and with my mentor on PO I made this team which I will explain. I'm fairly new to the competetive scene so my RMTs and details aren't that amazing... So my excuses for that. The team: Rhyperior (M) @ Leftovers Trait: Solid Rock EVs: 252 HP / 28 Atk / 230 Def Adamant Nature - Earthquake - Rock Blast - Megahorn - Stealth Rock Ah. Rhyperior. My answer to Bulk Up Braviary and flying types in general! This Rhyperior has saved my ass more then once and even got me 6-0's on teams which were extremely weak against this Rhyperior. This Physical Defensive wall is 75% my lead, depending if I need SR or not OR that they think I will lead with Accelgor/A other pokemon so I can kill them off right away to save trouble. I chose Megahorn over another move since MH can give me the upperhand against stuff like a Xatu or an incoming Shaymin. Rock Blast for those annoying Subbers and EQ which should be easy to guess why... Accelgor (F) @ Focus Sash Trait: Unburden Shiny: Yes EVs: 4 HP / 252 SAtk / 252 Spd Modest Nature - Bug Buzz - Focus Blast - Spikes - Toxic Ah. Accelgor, the Spiker. With it's Focus Sash it will get at least 1 or 2 layer of spikes or 1 layer of spikes and perhaps a toxiced pokemon. It can also give suprise KO's since they don't suspect Bug Buzz at all. It's great to counter stuff like Xatu with or even an Umbreon. For the rest, it's mostly setting up spikes and then die. But those spikes are really handy for the sweep of the opposing team. EV's let it outspeed everything with an Unburden boost and the Special Attack for Bug Buzz and Focus Blast. Scrafty (F) @ Leftovers Trait: Shed Skin EVs: 252 HP / 252 SDef / 4 Spd Careful Nature - Bulk Up - Crunch - Rest - Drain Punch Ah... Shed Skin Scrafty. I found this Scrafty on another RMT. Then I realized how stallish this can be. Rest + Shed Skin=Pwnage. Throw in Drain Punch for the much needed HP recovery if Rest isn't an option. Bulk Up is chosen over DD since I believe Speed doesn't do that much for my Scrafty. Crunch over any other move since this can safely switch in on Ghost types. Dusclops (F) @ Eviolite Trait: Pressure EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SDef Bold Nature - Will-O-Wisp - Night Shade - Pain Split - Counter Dusclops is my Fighting/Normal counter. This set annoys SO many people with WoW and Pain Split. Although, the last move Pain Split will need some prediction here and then. Night Shade to prevent to become Taunt fodder. Counter is especially handy when you can stall the last pokemon out, especially Physical attackers. Slowbro (M) @ Rocky Helmet Trait: Regenerator EVs: 248 HP / 252 Def / 8 Spd Bold Nature - Psychic - Scald - Fire Blast - Slack Off Ah. My Psychic type. Slowbro is an awesome asset to my team. It checks counters for Shaymin aswell deal with those pesky Fighting types and Steel types. It of course is the best way to scare off fire pokemon and lure an appropriate counter in. I sometimes suprise KO with Fire Blast since some people don't expect it somehow. But I'm thinking to replace Fire Blast with Ice Beam since those pesky Flygon, Gligar and other types that Slowbro can't handle with the Scald/Fire Blast. Shaymin @ Leftovers Trait: Natural Cure EVs: 252 HP / 120 SAtk / 136 Spd Timid Nature - Substitute - Leech Seed - Seed Flare - Air Slash Ah. Shaymin, the annoying SubSeeder. I've had much fun with this, although I barely know how to play with it correctly. But that's just me needing to learn competetive ^^. The standard SubSeeder set is here. Seed Flare is here to deal amazing amounts of damage. It can deal a good chunk, if not kill a Swampert. The speed EV's allow me to outspeed other Shaymins. Threat List: Tbh, I have no clue what threats I have D:. Thanks for reading my RMT, and please help me improve my team!