Hey Smogonites. It's me, CedOmega, with a new RMT for everyone to enjoy. So the release of Black and White 2 has inspired me to do a new RMT, previewing a team that I am planning on using once I buy the game. Landorus-T was my main inspiration, as the massive upgrade in physical power and the ability gain in Intimidate simply captivated my fascination. Keep in mind that this is a theoretical team, so no testing has been done yet. Without further due, here is the team: Landorus-Therian @ Leftovers; Intimidate Adamant: 252 Attack/ 252 Speed/ 4 Sp.Defense EQ, StoneEdge, SwordsDance & RockPolish Landorus-T is the main Pokemon on the team, and is therefore probrably the most used, as I tend to do that. With this set, Landorus is an imense physical threat to anything that can't take a STAB EQ from it. StoneEdge is to hit Flying and Dragon types, like Dragonite & Salamence hard, as well as the occasional Ice type. I didn't want to run HP(Ice) on this set, so I chose to utilize it in its allied Pokemon. I was suggested a DoubleDance set over my previous BulkUp set by Undisputed, hince the current set it now runs. SwordsDance boost coupled with its large physical capacity is very intimidating, as well as boosting its Speed with RockPolish. Tentacruel@Leftovers; RainDish Bold: 248 Hp/ 224 Defense/ 36 Speed Scald, IceBeam, RapidSpin & Protect/T-spikes/Toxic(?) Tentacurel's job on the team is to have a safe switch-in to any rain team that may appears. Tentacruel is also the team's spinner, being sure to come in on x1 Spikes, just to be safe, and spin away any hazards set thereafter. I'm sort of indecisive about running either Toxic, T-spikes, or Protect(advise is appreciated when deciding). After all, Tentacruel has great synergy w/ Landorus-T as far as typing goes. Tentacruel's secondary job is to come in on T-spikes and eraticate them from the field. Scald doesn't really need to be explained, used mainly to tear down the foe w/ a 30% chance of burn. IceBeam was added for Gliscor & Grass and Dragon types. Genesect@ChoiceScarf; Download Hasty: 252 Speed/ 144 Sp.Attack/ 112 Attack U-turn, IceBeam, Flamethrower & Thunderbolt Genesect is the revenge killing scout of the team. I love this high tech bug, as it often saved me in previous teams. The listed set allows it to give off an Attack boost while facing opposing Download ability switch-ins. Genesect keeps the momentum going w/ STAB U-turn, revenging Pokemon such as Celebi, LO Alakazam, Hydreigon, Haxorus & Therians. IceBeam, Flamethrower & Thunderbolt are all self-explanitory, honestly. Thunderbolt takes out Tornadus(both Therian and normal forms), Flamethrower deals w/ Steel and Grass types like Scizor and Breloom, and Icebeam can handle its own against Dragons like Dragonite and Garchomp, while also OHKO'ing Gliscor. Genesect also provides a BoltBeam set that hits everything; occasionally a freeze or para hax are appreciated. Politoed@ChoiceScarf; Drizzle Modest: 252 Sp.Attack/ 252 Speed/ 4 Hp Surf, IceBeam, FocusBlast & HP(Grass) Politoed is another suggestion from Undisputed and, though it has crossed my mind prior to the change, it seems like a great addition to the team. Politoed stops other weather teams from coming in on my team and dominating the field with their own forecast. Surf was added for STAB and the extra boost from Drizzle. IceBeam is for Dragon, Flying, and Grass types. FocusBlast was added for Tyranitar, Ferrothorn who'd wall Surf and IceBeam, Dark, Normal and other Steel types. HP(Grass) was added for Jellicent who'd otherwise wall its other attacks, Gastrodon who'd expect a Sp.Attack boost from Surf through StormDrain, Rotom-W, and opposing Politoed. Alakazam@FocusSash; MagicGuard Timid: 252 Sp.Attack/ 252 Speed/ 4 Defense Psyshock/Psychic, Shadowball, HP(Fire) & FocusBlast Alakazam is an emergency sweeper, to say the least. It handles Ghost type switch-ins for Blissey, such as the previously mentioned Gengar. Psychic and Psyshock are often switched in and out when suspecting Chansey to be a threat. Shadowball really doesn't have much explaination, as it duels Psychic & Ghost types w/ x2 damage. HP(Fire) was added after the previlant threat of Scizor came to me. I hate Scizor for having Pursuit, as they oare often unpredictable when chosing my next move. With FocusSash in tact, I opt for HP(Fire), but when Sash is broke, I often go for the defensive and opt for the retreat. FocusBlast is for T-tar threats that come in and threaten to KO w/ Crunch or Pursuit. Or to just set up period. Deoxys-D@Leftovers; Pressure Bold: 252 Hp/ 200 Speed/56 Sp.Defense Nightshade, Spikes, StealthRock & Recover Deoxys-D was also suggested by Undisputed, and I'm very greatful for the suggestion. Deoxys-D does have a pivot that Dugtrio didn't have, better defenses. Being the setter of the team, Deoxys-D's job is to set up and possibly stall. I've considered replacing NightShade for Protect, but being poisoned or burned might be a problem, as the statuses would only cripple it more w/ the recurring HP loss. After repeated SR and Spikes damage, assuming the spinner for the opposing team is gone, Deoxys-D's job becomes all that much easier. Nightshade hits everything outside of Normal types. Recover helps stall the other team when combined with Pressure ability. There you have it. Any suggestions are appreciated. Again, I've not tested, so threats being shown are appreciated.