I've had this team for some time now, but haven't really asked for any help with it. So I decided I would try now. Any help/advice is appreciated. TEAM BUILDING PROCESS: I wanted to use a Fire/Water/Grass Core. So I had to start with that. I immediately knew who I wanted for my Fire and Water Pokemon: Heatran and Gyarados After that, I had to decide who I wanted for my Grass Pokemon. I tried Celebi, but it didn't work as well as I wanted. So I decided to give Breloom a try and he was perfect. After I got the core I needed to fill in the rest of the team. Rotom-H came to mind immediately as needed since he blocked Rapid Spin. Next, I wanted something that could help me revenge kill. I tried Flygon out, but he just wasn't doing enough. I tried Scizor, and he was much better (he also gave me a Pursuit Trapper and something with Priority) Finally, I needed a Starter. This was the most difficult slot to fill, but eventually Aerodactyl seemed to be enough for the team. So here is the end result: TEAM: 1)Aerodactyl-Focus Sash @Jolly Pressure 252 ATK/4 SpD/ 252 Spe Stealth Rock Rock Slide Earthquake Taunt Aero has proved to be the best starter out of the ones I have tried. He can set up Rocks, stop the opponent from setting up, and be used later on to help me decide what to do next or give me time to think about what to do next (or to lock some Pokemon with a Choice item) 2)Rotom-H-Choice Specs @Timid Levitate 252 SpA/ 4SpD/ 252 Spe Thunderbolt Shadow Ball Overheat Trick I've quite enjoyed this Rotom. With Choice Specs, he can do much more damage then the Choice Scarf version. The difference does show, also with the Choice Specs version, I don't increase the Speed of whatever I use Trick on. Another thing I have noticed is that I can use Overheat a little more freely, making the Specs a little better. Rotom-H, also has his synergy with Heatran and Gyarados and lets me open up a good bit of plays for them (they in return open up plays for him.) 3)Heatran-Leftovers @Timid Flash Fire 252 SpA/4SpD/252 Spe Substitute Fire Blast Earth Power Hidden Power (Ice) I love this set, it's worked amazingly. Substitute irritates opponents because they go to their counter to find out they need to hit me once before they can do damage (which in that time I can do damage and then switch afterwards.) Heatran pairs perfectly with my Gyarados and my Breloom (those 3 together having at least a resistance to every type in the game). I've taken advantage of each of the moves with Substitute: The enemy goes to Flygon? Take it down with HP Ice, They go to Heatran? Earth Power. Starmie? I normally just use Fire Blast and then swap out once my Substitute drops (or go to Rotom if I am worrying about Rapid Spin). 4)Gyarados-Leftovers @Jolly Intimidate 140 HP/176 ATK/48 Def/144 Spe Dragon Dance Waterfall Stone Edge Taunt The middle section of my FWG core (and an important piece in the entire team.) With 1 Dragon Dance, this Gyarados outspeeds Starmie and while I won't be able to take it out in one hit I can still deal heavy damage (I forget if I can take it out with SR or not). Now, I normally won't let Gyarados stay in on Starmie, but it CAN work. (Rotom-H and Breloom are my general Starmie counters, however). Gyarados' Taunt helps me with Stall teams or other Pokemon wanting to set up against me (also gives m a second Pokemon with Taunt, which is always nice.) 5)Breloom-Toxic Orb @Jolly Poison Heal 12 HP/252 ATK/244 Spe Substitute Focus Punch Seed Bomb Spore Toxic Heal Breloom has been a fantastic addition to the team. Once he becomes immune to other statuses, he can do greatly on Pokemon who are trying to spread them (also makes anyone who uses Toxic spikes groan in agony.) I decided to go with Jolly nature so I could have some extra speed (he hasn't missed the attack really with his tremendously powerful Focus Punch). Like I said above with Heatran, Heatran/Gyarados/Breloom give the team a resistance to everything. 6)Scizor-Choice Band @Adamant Technician 248 HP/252 ATK/8 Spe Bullet Punch Pursuit Superpower U-Turn Scizor has done pretty well on the team. He is a scout, he has a priority move, he is a pursuit trapper, he can act as a revenge killer, and he works perfectly with Heatran giving me a power boost. The dragon resistance is pretty appreciated also. Scizor is just, overall, a fantastic Pokemon for the final slot of this team.