I realized that this differs from a set already on-site by only one move, but the purposes of the two sets are quite different, so it may be best just to slash the difference on the set already on-site? Anyway, the substitution is Dragon Tail over Crunch. Specially Defensive Phazer Scrafty Written: May 26, 2013 QC: 0/2 GC: 0/2 Name: Specially Defensive Phazer Move 1: Dragon Tail Move 2: Rest Move 3: Bulk Up Move 4: Drain Punch Item: Leftovers Ability: Shed Skin Nature: Careful EVs: 252 HP/4 Def/252 SpD Why this set deserves to be on-site: Tanks pretty much any unboosted special hit without much trouble, and after a Bulk Up or two, most physical attackers will struggle to dent Scrafty. Can wall continuously due to Shed Skin + Rest Drain Punch is a secondary source of recovery. Dragon Tail removes opponents' stat boosts and forces the next Pokemon to take entry hazard damage; can be done repeatedly with Scrafty's great bulk. Additional Comments 252 HP/252 SpD with a Careful nature to maximize special bulk; physical bulk is covered up with Bulk Up. Not designed to hit very hard until after 3 or so boosts; at first more damage will likely be from residual hazard damage 252 HP/252 Def/4 SpD with an Impish nature and Amnesia over Bulk Up can also be done, but there are no boosts available to Scrafty's attack. Teammates and Counters Hazard setters are very important. Froslass is a particularly good partner since it is immune to Fighting-type moves, while Swampert can spread burns and use Roar, giving even more residual damage. Machamp and Mienshao can break Scrafty before it Bulks Up 2 or 3 times with STAB Fighting-type moves. A Rapid Spinner, especially Blastoise or Hitmontop, can remove hazards that Scrafty relies on for residual damage to make it more manageable to wear down. Forcing Scrafty out while it is asleep is a good idea. Then it will have to switch in again to try another setup, and this time you know what set it has.