Here's the proof I am using a hyper offensive team. For people who do not know, these types of teams use opportunities to set up and sweep one pokemon to another. Switching pokemon is not a very uncommon practice as it destroys momentum, however when you do you switch, it is anticipation of what you think your opponent is going to do in order to gain the momentum. You do not simply switch to have one of your pokemon soak damage, because you have no pokemon to do that. Well anyways, here is the team! Deoxys-Defense @ Mental Herb Trait: Pressure EVs: 252 HP / 168 Spd / 88 Def Timid Nature - Stealth Rock - Spikes - Thunder Wave - Taunt Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide Deoxys-Defense is probably the best lead for a hyper offence team. There is a reason why it is about to get banned. It can easily set up Stealth Rocks and at least a layer of Spikes. This 15ish percent is vital as it helps your sweepers get the job done. Taunt prevents other pokemon to set up on me while I am doing my thing. Thunder Wave allows me to slow down anything that might be to fast for my team. The reason why I have 88 points into defence as it allows me to survive things i usually wont be able to survive like a choice band Tyranitar, half the time. I was going to put a bit more points into defence so I can always survive a crunch, but I think I should focus more on who is going to replace Deoxys rather than fixing the EV spread. Ideas for replacement appreciated! Terrakion @ Salac Berry Trait: Justified EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 SDef Jolly Nature - Close Combat - Stone Edge - Substitute - Swords Dance Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide Probably my favourite sweeper in OU. Once in a sub, it is nearly impossible for my opponent to sack a pokemon because your opponent has to waste a move breaking the sub. There is only a few counters to Terrakion such as Gliscor, Slowbro and Landorus-T. However if a Swords Dance gets off, Terrakion is able to do heavy damage to these counters of his. Salac Berry is just wonderful on this build. It allows me to out speed faster and some choice scarfed pokemon. This does have a bit of a learning curve, however once you have learned it, you will be enjoying one hell of a ride. Alakazam @ Focus Sash Trait: Magic Guard EVs: 252 Spd / 252 SAtk / 4 SDef Timid Nature - Hidden Power [Fire] - Focus Blast - Psyshock - Shadow Ball Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide The revenge killer of the team. With magic guard and focus sash, Alakazam never gets OHKO. I picked Psyshock over Psychic because it allows Alakazam to hit specially defensive pokemon. Remember, retaining momentum is important in a hyper offensive team! HP Fire is for all them steel pokemon such as Forretress and Scizor for example. Focus Blast is an obvious choice; fighting being the most offensive type. However when using this move, it will make or break games. When using it, make sure you have a back up or something to get out of the situation you are in right in case you die. Shadow Ball is there for pokemon who resist the rest of Alakazam's moves such as Latias. Breloom @ Life Orb Trait: Technician EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 Def Adamant Nature - Bullet Seed - Low Sweep-->FOCUS PUNCH - Mach Punch - Spore Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide Breloom is on my team for variety of reasons. Breloom is great at picking apart stall teams because he outspends most pokemon on a stall team, therefore easy spore. I picked Low Sweep over Swords Dance because not every pokemon on your team should not be set up sweepers. Low Sweep gives me instant damage and it also slows them which allows Breloom to get another hit on them (I am saying this because Low Sweep is usually followed up after a Spore because people love switching). Bullet Seed is for breaking subs, focus sashes, and it usually kills pokemon that Terrakion can't normally take care of. Mach Punch is necessary because it helps revenge kill, and kill faster pokemon because Breloom is not the fastest of pokemon. Keldeo @ Expert Belt Trait: Justified EVs: 252 SAtk / 252 Spd / 4 SDef Timid Nature - Hidden Power [Ghost]-->RAIN DANCE - Secret Sword - Icy Wind-->HP ICE - Hydro Pump Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide Keldeo is a beast. Hydro Pump hits almost everything hard. Use it when you do not know what they are going to switch into and watch good shit happen.I like Icy Wind over HP Ice for a few reasons. One, it slows the opponent's pokemon if it does not die. This is good because right in case Keldeo dies, it allows a slower pokemon to come in. In other words, it does not limit you on the pokemon you have to use next. Second reason why I am using it is to use HP Ghost. This is for pokemon such as Jellicent. I hate getting walled as it ruins momentum. Secret Sword is wonderful for the exact same reason as Psyshock. It allows you to hit the specially defensive walls. Now time to talk about Expert Belt. Whoever started this trend is a genius because people think you are scarfed into a move. You will find that your opponents will switch into pokemon they usually won't switch into Keldeo due to this. This practically means free kill. Dragonite (M) @ Lum Berry Trait: Multiscale EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 Def Adamant Nature - Outrage - Dragon Dance - ExtremeSpeed - Fire Punch Hide (Move your mouse to the hide area to reveal the content) Show Hide Hide Hide With Multiscale and a Lum Berry, you can guarantee a safe Dragon Dance which is great! Outrage will blow through just about anything. ExtremeSpeed is very useful because it allows me to out speed the meta. With 2 Dragon Dances, it practically kills most shit that is going to threaten your Dragonite. Fire Punch kills other things that walls Dragonite like Skarmory. The one big pokemon that walls Dragonite is Heatran. This is not an issue because I got a lot of fighting moves on my team! My team has its obvious weaknesses like psychic moves! However, It has not caused problems. I would like to pretty much hear anything from you guys that can push this team into the 2000's. Please like the post if you found it helpful or simply just liked the team. For all Deoxys-D users, lets all discuss what we can do for a replacement! Again, I hope you guys enjoyed this and found this helpful!