Hi everyone, I'm an old french player since 2000 (sorry if there are any mistakes in writing this) and I just came back from a 2-year break when I heard about the 6G. Before, I used to play in the DPP metagame and basically, I know close to nothing about 5G but I'm still learning. So here is my first english RMT (I couldn't write in english before) and my first 5G RMT : it's a team I've been testing for the past 3 weeks and it did quite well although I'm not really used to those new pokémons. I came across this kind of team while reading through japanese blogs, let's take a look at it. Team building process : Basically, it is a semi-offense team based on sun. Ninetales and Cresselia is the core of my team. Thanks to sun brought by Ninetales, Cresselia can recover more Hps while stalling, and even when sun is not up, she can recover 50% HP so she won't be too much dependant on sun. Cresselia is really good as a special wall, but she can also stall and take care of fighting types. I heard they were really common nowadays like Terrakion or Keldeo. Then, I choose Venusaur as my offensive sun sweeper to expend my core. It was a surprise when I saw Venusaur came back in OU because I like this Pokémon a lot since 1G. I couldn't help but try it. Under sun, he can be dangerous and he can keep Politoed away unless they sacrifice him, hence losing weather war if I still have Ninetales. As another sweeper for my team, I choose Dragonite because thanks to sun, he can come in the field without fear of sandstorm eating his life and keep his Multiscale Stealth Rock and Spikes hurt Ninetales and Dragonite a lot, preventing them from getting on the field too often (and screw Dragonite's Multiscale), I needed a reliable Rapid Spinner. I chose Forretress because he is also a strong physical wall and thanks to his typing, he can cover many of my team's weaknesses. Finally, he is himself a good entry hazard setter so he is charge of using Stealth Rock. To support my team, I have Landorus-T. I tested many pokémons but so far, he was the best. He's a really good offensive pivot : he can switch on physical sweepers, threaten/kill those who are weak against him thanks to Stone Edge/EQ or keep momentum with U-Turn. He can also set Stealth Rock, so I gave Toxik Spikes to Foretress instead. He helps me a lot against Tyranitar too so I can win weather wars. Landorus was replaced by Rotom-W, as suggested by SA1TS. Rotom helps me counter Heatran, and gives me a better match up against Rain Teams and Sand Teams. Now, let's have a look at the sets. Blue : changes I made Ninetales (F) @ Leftovers Trait: Drought EVs: 252 HP / 192 SDef / 64 Spd Calm Nature (+SDef, -Atk) - Will-O-Wisp - Flamethrower - Roar - Sunny Day The core of all sun based team. I didn't like the offensive set because she died too quickly. I think a bulky set is a lot better. Will-O-Wisp to cripple some Pokémons, Flamethrower as the main stab (Fire Blast misses too much for me), Roar is really good for scouting or simply phaze what you don't want to see coming on you. Sunny Day is the best to counter rain teams, since Ninetales won't take a Politoed's Hydro Pump too hard under sun (except Choice specs holders), leading my opponent to switch out more often. Dragonite (M) @ Choice Bander Trait: Multiscale EVs: 252 Atk / 4 SDef / 252 Spd Adamant Nature (+Atk, -SAtk) - Fire Punch - ExtremeSpeed - Outrage - Superpower Thanks to Alexander. Multiscale is a real gift for Dragonite. He now works with his teammate, as he can enter the field without harm and just hit with Outrage. ExtremeSpeed as a priority move to revenge kill, Fire Punch for steels and Superpower to hit Normals, Tyranitar and Heatran. He doesn't fear OHKO's anymore as long as he keeps Multiscale which I try to protect with Foretress' spin and Ninetales' sun support. Rotom-W @ Leftovers Trait: Levitate EVs: 248 HP / 28 SAtk / 232 Sdef Calm Nature (+Sdef, -Atk) - Hydro Pump - Volt Switch - Thunderwave - Pain Split Thanks to SA1TS Forretress (M) @ Shed Shell Trait: Sturdy EVs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SDef Relax Nature (+Def, -Spd) - Gyroball - Pain Split - Stealth Rock - Rapid Spin Thanks to Alexander. A spinner, a wall, a hazard setter, a pivot, Forretress is very reliable in those jobs. Gyro Ball is his main stab. A pretty common build : blowing entry hazards to let Ninetales and Dragonite enter without harm, walling threats... With this EV spread, Foretress can take on Draco Meteor better. Pain Split is awesome, Foretress can stay longer on the field, unlike the basic set and eat hps from some Pokémons to finish them later Venusaur (M) @ Life Orb Trait: Chlorophyl EVs: 76 HP / 252 SAtk / 180 Spd Timid Nature (+Spd, -Atk) - Growth - Sludge Bomb - HP Fire - Giga-Drain Thanks to Mr.Green A Pokémon I like since 1G, I really wanted to play him again. The EV spread is homemade : enough in speed to outspeed Choice scarf'ed 110 base speed like Latias/tios. What is left is put in HP for more bulk. Giga-Drain, as the main stab, for more staying power, HP Fire is the pseudo stab to take care of steels and finally, Sludge Bomb for Neutral Damage against Dragons. The only problem left is Heatran, but Rotom can take care of him now. Cresselia (F) @ Leftovers Trait: Levitation EVs: 252 HP / 80 Def / 176 SDef Calm Nature (+SDef, -Atk) - Thunderwave - Moonlight - Psyshock - Ice Beam Thanks to Mr.Green and SA1TS Calm Mind was changed to Thunderwave to support my team. Psyshock as the main stab, Ice Beam for Gliscor, Landorus and Dragons. Thanks for reading. Any good or bad feedbacks are welcomed and don't hesitate to ask questions. I'm always open to suggestions so feel free to give your opinion.