The Team I've dabbled in RU on and off for a while, but without significant amounts of success. I was inspired to get back into it after seeing Pkn Range6's RMT "Scraggy got Swag". I incorporated some things I've enjoyed using in UU (Amoonguss, Golurk, Omastar, & Gallade) as well as some things that seemed like solid members of the tier. To my surprise this team turned out pretty dang good, and has been winning me games pretty consistantly. I'm always looking for ways to improve however, as I still don't know the ins and outs of this tier as well as UU. Here's the team: Entei Entei @ Choice Scarf Trait: Pressure EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 SDef Adamant Nature Flare Blitz Stone Edge Iron Head ExtremeSpeed I chose Entei most to patch up the Ice weakness this team has but also because I felt like the team needed a revenge killer/Scarfer. In some ways I would prefer to have something like Rotom-Mow in this slot but Entei's Fire typing its pretty important for this team. Moves are standard as far as I know, but I honestly doubt I'll ever use Iron Head in a battle. If anyone has an idea on a different Choice Scarf user that resists Ice I'd love to hear it, and I'd be sure to try it out. Omastar Omastar @ White Herb Trait: Swift Swim EVs: 252 Spd / 252 SAtk / 4 HP Modest Nature Surf Ice Beam Hidden Power [Grass] Shell Smash Omastar is the first of two set up sweepers on this team. Omastar's nice resistances and natural physical bulk make setting up with it pretty easy in a lot of game, and the results are always destructive. HP Grass is pretty much only for Quagsires and other bulky Waters that would otherwise have an easy time stopping Omastar from sweeping. My main game plan for Omastar is to get rid of anything that could potentially outspeed it, like Scarf users pokemon with Unburden, then proceed to set up and try to sweep. After a Shell Smash few things can stand up to Omastar, especially against most offensively based teams. Rhydon Rhydon @ Eviolite Trait: Rock Head EVs: 84 Spd / 88 HP / 252 Atk / 84 SDef Adamant Nature Earthquake Rock Blast Megahorn Stealth Rock With a plethora of resistances, great bulk, high attack, and good coverage, it's easy to see why Rhydon is on this team. I've chosen Rock Blast over Stone Edge to easily deal with things like Lead Aerodactly, Accelgor, and Ninjask. Megahorn is for hitting Grass types switching in on Rhydon and Slowkings that Rhydon outspeeds. Besides the EVs I really don't think anything needs changing on Rhydon, its a really solid member of this team. Golurk Golurk @ Leftovers Trait: Iron Fist EVs: 252 Atk / 252 Spd / 4 SDef Adamant Nature Shadow Punch Earthquake Drain Punch Ice Punch Golurk is a great way to deal with the various Fighting types of the tier. Being immune to Fighting and resistant to Rock makes it pretty easy for Golurk to switch in on Fighting types and take them out with a powerful Earthquake or Shadow Punch. I'm not sure if Golurk really needs 252 Speed EVs, I just maxed it's speed to make it as offensive as possible. Even without HP EVs Golurk still manages to be pretty impressively bulky however. I've chosen Iron Fist over No Guard+Dynamic Punch due to my general hatred of Dynamic Punch and the confusion it causes, and because Iron Fist boosts 3 out of 4 of Golurk's attacks. Amoonguss Amoonguss @ Black Sludge Trait: Regenerator EVs: 252 SAtk / 248 HP / 8 Spd Modest Nature Giga Drain Sludge Bomb Hidden Power [Fire] Spore Amoonguss is a really excellent pokemon, and is one of the most valued members of the team. I like to have Black Sludge over a Life Orb to increase Amoonguss' general longevity, but the power boost would be beneficial sometimes. Amoonguss is my go to guy for the various bulky Water types this team faces, and can easily deal with pretty much all of them. I've given it 8 Speed EVs just for general speed creeping and to ensure I outspeed any Slowkings Amoonguss comes up against. Gallade Gallade @ Lum Berry Trait: Justified EVs: 252 HP / 60 Spd / 196 Atk Adamant Nature Drain Punch Psycho Cut Shadow Sneak Swords Dance Bulky Swords Dance Gallade is really excellent, and is probably the most valued member of this team. I decided HP investment was more important than max attack, and I think it has payed off a lot of times. Gallade's special bulk is quite something and I'm often caught off guard by how bulky Gallade really is. I've opted for a Lum Berry over a Life Orb to make Gallade's setting up easier against things like bulky Waters and Amoonguss, and just because having something with a Lum Berry on a team can often be quite useful. That's all I've got, I'd love any input and advice I can get. Thanks for reading!