Mamoswine @ Focus Sash Trait: Thick Fat EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spd Jolly Nature - Stealth Rock - Endeavor - Earthquake - Ice Shard Good ol' Lead Mamo: such a nightmare against most other leads, even more so when combined with Bulkyrus and Bulkydos. Only Infernape and Conkeldurr have given me problems after setting up. Basic routine is set up Stealth Rock and bring down as many pokes as possible with Endeavor, Ice Shard and Earthquake. Gyarados @ Leftovers Trait: Moxie Shiny: Yes EVs: 88 HP / 248 Atk / 4 Def / 168 Spd Jolly Nature - Taunt - Dragon Dance - Waterfall - Earthquake The first Dragon, and I can't tell you how many teams I've set up on and ran through with him. Taunt over Substitute to cripple defensive leads like Ferrothorn, Perish Song Politoad, Skarmory, and Forretress, as well as to prevent tech shenanigans in general. Only problem I'm having with him is that Bounce is telegraphed so much that it makes mind games difficult . . . thankfully Stealth Rock support helps out a lot there. EDIT: Quake over Bounce for better mindgame availability. Scizor (M) @ Life Orb Trait: Technician EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 Def Jolly Nature - Bullet Punch - Swords Dance - SuperPower - Bug Bite Revenge killer, and a gosh-darn good one at that. Got a dragon using Draco Meteor or Outrage? Time to bring out Scizor and either outrace and (hopefully) overpower them or set up. Bug Bite is amazing after a Swords Dance: omnoming on slower tanks and walls is truly satisfying. Makes an excellent complement to Metagross, as even the bulkiest Pokemon fall quickly to boosted SuperPower and Bug Bite. Volcarona @ Leftovers Trait: Flame Body Shiny: Yes EVs: 252 Def / 240 HP / 16 Spd Jolly Nature - Roost - Quiver Dance - Giga Drain - Fiery Dance The second dragon (er . . . well, call it a Jabberwocky I guess), and in the few games I've tested with it, it is an absolute house against everything but Rain Teams. Giga Drain over Bug Buzz for tanking potential and better coverage against Water and Rock (though Heatran still makes this set cry). Gengar @ Leftovers Trait: Levitate EVs: 4 Def / 252 SAtk / 252 Spd Timid Nature - Substitute - Disable - Focus Blast - Shadow Ball Spin-blocker, and an interesting one at that. As far as I know, only Starmie can really threaten it: everything else risks allowing a setup via substitute then disabling their only useful attack (Gyro Ball or Ice Shard most likely). Fighting+Ghost is great coverage all-around. Metagross @ Life Orb Trait: Clear Body EVs: 12 HP / 252 Atk / 244 Spd Jolly Nature - Agility - Earthquake - ThunderPunch - Ice Punch What once a redundant wallbreaker has now become the ultimate counter sweeper. After just one Agility, Metagross outruns even Scarf-Terrakion, allowing him to come in on faster, squishier pokemon, setup, then either force a switch or obliterate them. BoltBeam coverage over GroundPound coverage bc, well, Hammer arm kinda sucks with Agility, and it's nice to have answers to +1 Dancers. Current Rating on PS with this Team: 1700 OU Current. Not great, but not bad either.