Towards the ambipom... so what you're suggesting is that ambipom comes in fakes out and quick attacks, which essentially counts as one move because they're both high priority and fake out flinches... wow... that's pretty nice... and with that in mind, I was getting slightly higher calculations. With your setup, against wishbliss, I was getting 70-82% Pretty nice... As towards the MG/Gallade post earlier... That's a pretty elaborate strategy that is easily fallible. Seriously, in double battles, there are two pokemon attacking, meaning if they both target one of your pokemon (gallade, for instance), he's dead and that whole setup means nothing. Not to mention, I don't understand the whole concept behind that. MG's berry heals the poison making facade useless... Plus, do you know how much damage MG could be doing instead of supporting gallade? Quite a bit. Especially since his attack is higher. It'd do better if you gave gallade helping hand, I'm sure MG would do far more damage that way than gallade would with your aforementioned strategy (assuming you get time to pull it off.) ...and stealth rock isn't going to do much, especially after that whole ordeal. I mean, it is a double battle with only 4 pokemon. It's going to go by much quicker than your standard single battle and there will be a whole lot less switching because, again, with 2 pokemon, it's harder to predict what's going to happen. Your stealth rock may hit 3 times... maybe. Again, doubles is a completely different beast.