As the smart people reading this might have guessed, this is an rmt involving Conkeldurr. It doesn't necessarily revolve around him, but he is a star player. I'm having trouble deciding who a lead should be, so please voice your opinion. Hydreigon @ Choice Specs Modest Levitate Moves: Draco Meteor Dragon Pulse Flamethrower Surf 60 HP / 252 SpA / 196 Spe This is one of my two main candidates for a lead. His ideology is to rip apart pokes in a kind of hit-and-run sort of thing to rip apart the opposing leads from the start. His Specs Draco Meteor will OHKO a Hippowdon (I'm fairly certain) and will kill a lot of stuff. D Pulse is there so if I don't feel like lowering my SpA or attempt a sweep and stuff later on. Flamethrower hits Steels like Ferrothorn SE and Surf rounds off the coverage hitting Heatran. The EVs are to max SpA and to outspeed those who cap at 280. Ferrothorn @ Leftovers Relaxed Iron Barbs Moves: Spikes / Stealth Rock Leech Seed Gyro Ball Power Whip 252 HP / 48 Def / 208 SpD (and a 0 IV in Speed) This is my second candidate for a possible lead. I'm not sure whether to use Spikes or SR. Spikes hit most pokes for solid damage and can be stacked, but SR hits Flying types which my team is not a big fan of. Anyway, Leech Seed is there to heal me better and Gyro Ball and Power Whip are there as powerful STABs. Just a pretty generic Ferrothorn, really. Magnezone @ Air Balloon Timid Magnet Pull Moves: Substitute Thunderbolt Hidden Power (Fire) Flash Cannon 40 HP / 252 SpA / 216 Spe This guy is the most controversial guy on my team. On paper he sounds great, but in reality, he sucks. What I was going for when I thought him up was that he was my Excadrill counter. I switch him in on an EQ or a Swords Dance and then I use HP Fire to either kill or weaken it enough to hit with a Mach Punch. However, usually he gets switched in on something dumb like a Bronzong's Gyro Ball which (while dealing very little damage) breaks my Air Balloon and just screams "Earthquake me". I don't know what else to use because he also counters bulky waters which my "sweepers" hate. Substitute is there to get a free sub up on a Banded Scizor's BP to help against the next poke. Tbolt and HP Fire are there to hit Steels, and Flash Cannon is there to spread coverage to Ttar and Dragons. The EVs max SpA and let me outspeed SD Scizor. Terrakion @ Choice Scarf Jolly Justified Moves: Close Combat Stone Edge Earthquake X-Scissor 44 HP / 252 Atk / 212 Spe This is my revenge killer. He still has a huge Attack stat even when not boosted by a nature. The 4 moves provide perfect coverage and give him 2 strong STABs. The EVs are so he can outspeed +2 Cloyster, the people who use the Smogon set for Scarfed Terrakion, and Scarfed Chomp all by less than 3 points. He is stellar and fast and strong and amounts to half of this team's greatness. Starmie @ Life Orb Timid Natural Cure Moves: Hydro Pump Thunderbolt Ice Beam Recover 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe This is my clean-up sweeper. After Hydreigon has had his fun with his Draco Meteors, Starmie comes in and sweeps up the trash that's left. Plus they share great type synergy. The moves provide perfect coverage and hit hard. Just a generic Starmie really. If you don't know a Starmie like this's function, then you must not know pokemon very well. Conkeldurr @ Leftovers Adamant Guts Moves: Bulk Up Drain Punch Mach Punch Payback 252 HP / 252 Atk / 4 Def Finally. The poke you've all been waiting for (I doubt you actually have been waiting for it). Conkeldurr is a boss and rips stuff apart. Bulk Up is to raise Atk and Def blah blah blah you get it. Drain Punch restores my health and Mach Punch is necessary priority. Payback hits obnoxious Ghosts and Flyings. The EVs make me bulky all around and let me hit hard. Guts lets me switch into Scalds, Toxics, and Will-o-wisps and not care. That's my team and I think it could definitely use some improving, especially on the Magnezone, Ferrothorn entry hazards, and lead poke. Thanks for rating my team!