Borutorosu (M) @ Life Orb Trait: Mischievous Heart EVs: 252 SAtk / 252 Spd Timid Nature (+Spd, -Atk) - Nasty Plot - Thunder Wave - Thunderbolt - Hidden Power [Ice] Borutorosu gets the Lead of the Metagame award. Capable for stopping anything dead in its tracks. Field Hazard Leads/ Stat Upper Leads - Nasty Plot BP Leads / Problematic Leads / Faster Leads - TWave and hope for paralysis then continue spamming Tbolts Super Effective Leads - Kill them BoltBeam gives beautiful coverage and with a Nasty Plot or two under your belt, it'll be your Life Orb killing you. No joke I swept an entire team, from beginning to end with this guy. But hey, is that really suprising? Zapdos switching into TBolts/Waves hurts, because I can't KO without a boost and he can KO me. So I usually switch to Nattorei. Other than that and priority, nothing hurt this fella. Azumarill (M) @ Choice Band Trait: Huge Power EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spd Adamant Nature (+Atk, -SAtk) - Aqua Jet - Waterfall - Ice Punch - Superpower The best memory with this guy was when I swept a team 6-0 with this guy's Aqua Jet. Mind you it was Mono-Fire but 6-0 is 6-0 :D. The feared priority of this metagame I reckon. It checks Blaziken, Ulgamoth, Doryuuzu, Randorosu, Terakion, Chan/Blis, Dragons. Any it is suprisingly bulky (by that I don't mean switch it into a super effective move ._." ). I have no idea how Huge Power works, but I gotta say it is the most beautiful ability ever. I mostly only use Aqua Jet and Superpower, but Waterfall when you predict a switch and Ice Punch those Flying Dragons and stuff. Maxed out Attack will be sure to put a dent in anything. Gliscor (M) @ Toxic Orb Trait: Poison Heal EVs: 252 HP / 236 Def / 20 Spd Impish Nature (+Def, -SAtk) - Swords Dance - Taunt - Facade - Earthquake Today's weather looks as though a heavy Sandstorm will be swept over Pokemon Isshu, but don't worry, it is so weak and pathetic it couldn't even scratch a house. Gliscor is that house. A Power House. Swords Dance + Taunt usually results in a lot of chances to set up. The only problem is I set up so much that they switch is something like Starmie, and then I have to switch out... But don't worry, Starmie will eventually die and then Gliscor will reign supreme. +4 is already enough to take a whole team down, and with Physical threats being ever so more dominant than specially baseed threats this metagame, Gliscor can shine. Facade + Earthquakes give realtively good coverage. The only prooblem is that things like Gengar can laugh at me... But alfter Gengar's gone Gliscor will reign supreme! I love it when they reluctantly switch in Doryuuzu knowing they can;t touch me. I Facade their balloon and OHKO them. Ah so satisfying. Nattorei (M) @ Leftovers Trait: Iron Barbs EVs: 192 HP / 216 Def / 100 SDef Relaxed Nature (+Def, -Spd) - Protect - Leech Seed - Gyro Ball - Power Whip Draco Meteor eater. Om Nom Nom. He also checks Kingdra and a lot of the Rain Team dominating sweepers. Leech Seed + Leftovers + Protect is a pseudo-recover so its pretty good. Gyro Ball + Power Whip becuase 1 STAB is nice but 2 STAB is better. However I might change one for Spikes, because that would really help Heracross' campaign to end its' species dying out this metagame. Maybe I should run Leech Seed / SR / Spikes / Gryo Ball? I don't know but I'll try it. Rankurusu (M) @ Life Orb Trait: Magic Guard EVs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SAtk Quiet Nature (+SAtk, -Spd) - Trick Room - Psychic - Shadow Ball - Focus Blast Rankurusu is amazing. It can change the situation from being in my opponent's advantage, to me having the advantage. The thing is they don't have anything to abuse Trick Room, and with Rankurusu's collosal special attack stat nothing much can take a hit without getting KO'ed. Also immune to status and entry hazards, it means that it will only be harmed by actual moves. Psychic is the almighty STAB with Shadow Ball and Focus Blast giving almost flawless coverage. Heracross (M) @ Choice Scarf Trait: Earthquake Spiral EVs: 252 Atk / 252 Spd Adamant Nature (+Atk, -SAtk) - Megahorn - Close Combat - Stone Edge - Pursuit Heracross is constantly going from UU to BL to OU and back to UU. I can understand why, with Heatran and all that jazz running around, but this metagame a major decrease in Heatran usage is ever so obvious and that allows Hera to shine. Megahorn almost always is the choice of move. 120 BP STAB CB 252 ATK. That is crazy especially coming off a 125 Attack stat. If he gets an Eathquake Spiral and you lack a 4x resist or a 2x resist who is a hell of a lot bulky, your done for. If you guys think Hihidaruma is a counter, I once OHKO'ed it with Megahorn after an Earthquake Spiral. So don't let people telling you he's UU material get your hopes up. He will wreck your the if you are prepared and he WILL KILL YOU. Hope you enjoyed the read. Please rate and leave some advice or something.