Return of the Usage King Haha as soon as Genesect left to Ubers, Scizor climbed right back up to claim the title King of Usage. Oh Bug-Steel types.... The Forgotten Warrior Lucario at 37? 6.254%? That's disgusting. I personally can attest and had (...Showdown you fail me sometimes ;_;) Replays of Agility Lucario and SD Lucario sweeping teams with ease. I was hoping top 25ish...sigh. It's just so hard for him I guess to compete against Terrakion...although Lucario does have his definite advantages...and flaws. King of the Dragons I am happy to see that at least one of my favorite Pokemon is able to maintain a position in the top 5 most used Pokemon. His usage actually went up....by like 0.3% haha I has a Light Ball Uh. I'm disgusted. Uber Quality I'm telling ya. I mustache you a question... Jellicent actually fell down 3% from November....that's kinda odd. I'm using him right now and when paired with CM Latias, they can handle Rain pretty well. I've faced players with above average+great rankings who would run various Rain styled teams from stall to offense. Jellicent definitely was a key player in assisting me throughout those battles. While Jellicent doesn't like Torn-T too much (But I mean...who does) Keldeo, Politoed, Gyarados, and other Water Types can only look at its massive 'stache and wander what to do. I'm climbin' back From 9th to 7th. Not too shabby. I don't Ttar will be overtaking Politoed and Rain anytime soon but maybe we might see a little revival?? I hate Sexism. Is this for real? Come on. Latias definitely fits better into this current Meta. She plays such a nice Specially Defensive Wall/Pivot/Late-Game Sweeper. Honestly, could someone show me the major advantages that Latios has that he can take #13 while she dwells nearby 50? ...What? Keldeo is going through Suspect. Keldeo fits Sand, Hail and Rain (the most dominant weather). Infernape....what? IMO, this metagame can't get any weirder ._.