Okay so I'd like someone to rate my team, just wondering if it has any glaring weaknesses or something. This is a rain/volt-turn team which I think packs a lot of power but it does't really have any walls. Politoed @ Leftovers Trait: Drizzle EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD Bold Nature (+Def, -Atk) - Protect - Toxic - Scald - Ice Beam First up is Politoed, obviously for rain and also checks most physical attackers. Leftovers is for increased survivability, Protect is to scout, Toxic is to cripple walls and the like, Scald is for stab and burn chance, and Ice Beam is for Gliscor, Dragonite and Salamence. Forretress @ Leftovers Trait: Sturdy EVs: 252 HP / 252 SpD / 4 Def Sassy Nature (+SpD, -Spe) - Stealth Rock - Spikes - Rapid Spin - Volt Switch I decided to go with Specially Defensive Forretress because I don't really have anything else which could take a special attack and for rapid spin and entry hazard support. Stealth Rock and Spikes are to soften the opposing pokemon for my sweepers, Rapid Spin is extremely important since I have 2 pokes weak to SR, Volt Switch is to pivot ank keep the momentum, works well with the team seeing as I have 3 other pokemon with Volt Switch/U-turn. Scizor @ Choice Band Trait: Technician EVs: 248 HP / 252 Atk / 8 SpD Adamant nature (+Atk, -SpA) - Bullet Punch - Superpower - U-Turn - Pursuit Just standard CB Scizor, Technician boosts Bullet Punch's power, EV's and Nature are for maximum possible damage output. Bullet Punch is this team's only priority move so it is very important for taking out threats such as weakened Dragonite with a couple of Dragon Dances set up and faster, frailer pokemon. It also is good for late game sweeping. Superpower is for Blissey and Tyranitar and hits very hard; CB U-Turn is very strong and is good when you know the opponent is going to switch, it also has great offensive synergy with the other U-turn/Volt Switch users on this team. Pursuit is to trap weakened pokes which cant harm you such as Latios locked into Draco Meteor. Breloom @ Toxic Orb Trait: Poison Heal EVs: 12 HP / 244 Atk / 252 Spe Adamant nature (+Atk, -SpA) - Substitute - Spore - Focus Punch - Seed Bomb Standard SubPunching Breloom. It hits insanely hard with Stab Focus Punch and even resisted hits will put a major dent in anything. With Toxic Orb and Poison Heal you will be recovering a lot of HP. The strategy is simple. You switch into anything slower and proceed to either Spore or Substitute. Behind a sub you can fire off Focus Punches. Seed Bomb is secondary Stab and wrecks water types such as Politoed, Jellicent and OHKOs Gastrodon, Swampert, and Quagsire. However Breloom is very frail and cannot take a hit so you have to use it with care. It helps that most people nowadays expect Technician Breloom so they can be caught off guardwith the SubPunching set. Tornadus-T @ Life Orb Trait: Regenerator EVs: 252 SpA / 252 Spe/ 4 Atk Naive Nature (+Spe, -SpD) - U-Turn - Superpower - Heat Wave - Hurricane This guy is my main sweeper. Life Orb gives it insane power behind its attacks, and regenerator increases its survivability a LOT, especially with its Stealth Rock weakness. The EVs are for max damage, and since it has both physical and special attack I decided for a Naive nature to not lower the damage of any attacks. U-Turn is for momentum and scouting, Superpower annihilates Tyranitar. Now Heat Wave may seem like an odd choice but very few people are expecting Tornadus-T to carry Heat Wave in the rain, and can do a lot to pokemon like Ferrothorn, Forretress, Scizor, and Skarmory who aren't expecting it. This is best used before setting up rain or even to counter sun teams using the sun against them. Hurricane is Tornadus-T's main attack, as 120 base power with Stab and Life Orb will destroy teams especially with Tornadus-T's blistering speed. The only thing is that it's very dependant on rain as Hurricane's accuracy is 100% in the rain but only 70 in clear skies. Thundurus-T @ Choice Scarf Trait: Volt Absorb EVs: 252 SpA / 252 Spe / 4 Def Timid Nature (+Spe, -Atk) - Volt Switch - Hidden Power[Ice] - Focus Blast - Thunder The last member on this team is Thundurus-T. Coming off of a 145 base SpA Choice Scarfed Volt Switches are going to be taking huge chunks out of things. I decided to go with Choice Scarf because it needed a little boost in speed and it outspeeds a lot of +1 threats. Timid is for maximum speed. Volt Switch is good for scouting, does a lot of damage with Stab and has great offensive synergy with my other pokemon. Hidden Power Ice is great for ground types expecting the electric move (Gliscor especially) and for revenge killing dragons. Focus Blast is for steels, rock types and whatnot. Thunder is ridiculously powerful and the 30% paralysis chance is pretty nifty. Well this is my team, I've been doing pretty well with it so I decided to get it rated to see what people think and opinions to make it better. Thanks!