Honestly, it seems to me as though Rarelyused has finally found itself a stable metagame. Nothing screams broken or even suspect worthy to me. I know that Nidoqueen is considered "suspectable" by some people because it threatens stall, but really, not only does stall have counters for Nidoqueen, the sad fact is that you cannot possibly contribute its demise to a single Pokemon, especially if that Pokemon can be countered (and it's not like fitting a Nidoqueen counter on a stall team is a major chore. Nidoqueen is far too easy to revenge kill, and her resists mean very little when we consider EdgeQuake, BoltBeam and the like. For every resisted move that she comes in on, there's a very high chance that you'll be able to outspeed and hit her super effectively with another move. Nidoqueen is a bulky Pokemon, but cannot take advantage of her raw stats because she's forced to invest in her offensive stats; if she chooses to forego this route, she's obviously far, far less threatening. As TropiOUs mentioned, offense is simply the more popular, and generally better playstyle in the current generation. I particularly liked how he delved into the psychology behind players choosing offense over stall on the ladder, simply because it's not only more convenient but also generally more fun. This is a crucial aspect SilentVerse, as just because Stall is unpopular it does not mean that it isn't effective, as seen by your achievements with stall teams. Moltres also rips stall to shreds, just as much as Nidoqueen. It's also both faster and more powerful, and the Stealth Rock weakness doesn't count for much considering how easy it is to spin in RU. And that's another factor as to why people generally don't like to use stall: the prevalence of good spinners in the tier means that people are put off by dedicating teams to stacking up entry hazards, when they're so easy to get rid of in a single turn. I think this is quite an important factor when considering stall's viability, and it has nothing to do with Nidoqueen.