EDITS WILL BE IN RED and BOLD. OK so i had a very interesting idea.. I like Regigigas.... So why not use him to kick butt? Lets do it! OK here's pretty much where i started: Regigigas is the clean up sweeper to come in when the foe needs finishing off, set-up and sweep. Rotom(fan) spreads paralysis to give Regigigas more opportunities to set-up late game. And finally Skuntank handles the pokemon that Regigigas can't handle like psychics and ghosts with the coverage move i gave him. This is the core for my team. This is what it's centered around. Now on to the rest of the team! So if Regigigas is the late game sweeper i needed an early game sweeper to punch holes into my opponent's team to help pave the way for a Regigigas sweep. with all the paralysis getting spread around i figured a Calm Mind Gardevoir is perfect to take advantage of the status being thrown around. So i needed a great specially defensive pivot that could wall a good many threats. Probopass gives me much needed resistances and can set Stealth Rock and pass paralysis to boot! A perfect fit. Finally i needed a pokemon to act as a defensive pivot while taking care of the fighting types that could threaten Regigigas. Amoonguss fits my needs better than expected. And can toss around paralysis as well which if you haven't discovered by now is a recurring theme with this team. Through trial and error i figured out my team was weak to both Emboar and BU Braviary. So i decided to take a fellow poster's idea to use Regirock, which alleviated the problem by a metric butt-ton. So being able to Baton Pass stat boosts and set up earlier than expected for Regigigas was a great idea and who just so happens to be the best Baton Passer in the current meta-game? Ninjask. Boom! On the team. With Amoonguss off gallivanting in RU i had to search for someone equally capable of tanking the fighting types that would threaten Regigigas and the physical attackers in general that would threaten my team. i found quite the gem in Weezing, who fit my expectations and much more! Now on to the rest of the team! Regigigas @ Leftovers Trait: Slow Start EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 HP Adamant Nature - Substitute - Thunder Wave - Return - Drain Punch So this build is pretty self explanatory. This guy sets up best if facing an opponent induced with paralysis. Just keep spamming Substitute till the opponent gets paralyzed and then proceed to set up Rock Polishes to ensure he out speeds everything. Return is his obligatory STAB move of choice, knocking the crap out of anything that doesn't resist it. Drain Punch handles rock and steel types(which would otherwise wall this set completely) and helps increase longevity but by giving up Zen Headbutt this set gets walled horribly by Ghost types. Not a thing can Regigigas do to a ghost type with this moveset. The EVs are pretty self explanatory as well as they maximize his offensive capabilities. A Jolly nature isn't needed because he has base 100 speed which is pretty good on its own without a boosting nature. Skuntank @ Black Sludge Trait: Aftermath EVs: 252 Atk / 220 SDef / 36 Spd Adamant Nature - Sucker Punch - Pursuit - Poison Jab - Taunt OK this set is mainly for removing pesky ghost types that would normally wall my Regigigas to kingdom come and not only ghost types but Gardevoir, Exeggutor, Musharna, Kadabra, Duosion, and Swoobat get owned as well as they are pretty much helpless against my stinky little friend. They try to outspeed and OHKO? Sucker Punched to the face! Try to switch out? Pursuit done ruined your day! Try to burn it? Taunting them till they cry! And Crunch just gives nice consistent damage altogether! With the right prediction Skuntank can be undefeatable at accomplishing his given task. The given EVs are for maximizing his offensive power while ensuring he can take a special hit or two. Ninjask @ Mental Herb Trait: Speed Boost EVs: 248 HP / 236 Def / 24 Bold Nature - Air Slash - Thunder Wave - Confuse Ray - Substitute Ninjask helps me out a lot more in assisting me with a Regigigas sweep! He can set up and Baton Pass out into Regigigas and start wrecking the opponent before Slow Start even wears off! Not to mention Mental Herb keeps him safe from Taunt. Gardevoir @ Life Orb Trait: Trace EVs: 4 HP / 252 SAtk / 252 Spd Timid Nature - Calm Mind - Psychic - Focus Blast - Signal Beam This is my first line of offense to punch holes in my opponents team. She can basically come in on a paralyzed foe and proceed to set up Calm Minds. Psychic his her obligatory STAB move of choice and knocks the crap out of anything that doesn't resist it. not to mention after a few CMs her special bulk is out the metric butt-ton and special attacks don't do jack squat to her. Her coverage hits a wide variety of pokes and not much can handle her after a few boosts. She has proved time and time again that Gardevoir is still a very competent threat to be considered, even in NU! Regirock @ Leftovers Trait: Clear Body EVs: 252 HP / 252 Atk / 4 SDef Adamant Nature - Stealth Rock - Stone Edge - Drain Punch - Psych Up So i noticed that my team was really weak to Emboar and BU Braviary. So i took the advice of someone that commented and said Regirock would help alleviate this problem. And i must say he does indeed work like a charm! He has made a big difference to my team by checking these two big threats and he sets Stealth Rock to boot! Weezing @ Black Sludge Trait: Levitate EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SAtk Bold Nature - Will-O-Wisp - PainSplit - Sludge Bomb - Clear Smog Unfortunately for me Amoonguss was sent up to RU leaving me with nothing to tank the fighting types that could threaten my Regigigas sweep and tank all other sorts of physical attackers. Luckily for me i found a godsend in Weezing. Weezing has excellent defensive typing to take on fighting types and has the defensive prowess to take many other hits from a lot of other physical attackers in the tier. Weezing has definitely had time to shine as the newest addition to my team. Thank you to all who took the time to read this and your help would be greatly appreciated! Any help at all would benefit me greatly!