Just saying, your set is exactly what's in here, only with EV modifications and less slashes. An update could work, I guess....Hello, I'm looking to reserve a specific Whimsicott set that I haven't had the opportunity to test yet but I don't want anyone nicking before I get the chance to post it. Though it's unlikely anyone will, seeing as Whimsicott has been posted a lot, but whatever.
Invincicott (Sub-Tect stall)
- Leech Seed, Taunt, Protect and Substitute
- Minimum HP investment, maximum SpD and Def
- Come in on something that can't 2HKO or get a free switch in on something that can't OHKO, use Leech Seed, become invincible by alternating Substitute and Protect (you will heal more than substitute uses against 99% of opponents)
The reason I'm reserving instead of just posting it is because I haven't had the time to test it yet so I'm not 100% certain it'll actually work (I already see the need for oodles of support with Volt-Turn, Grass types, Magic Bounce and Magic Guard, not to mention the question of how easy it is to actually start the process without dieing). Once I do, I'll make a skeleton for it and post it. I just don't want to risk anyone with the same idea nicking it before then.
No, trust me, they play totally differently. ALL of the Whimsicott on site (I checked) are basically support Pokemon and pivots. They come in, irritate something with Encore / taunt / leech seed / other status move. That thing then leaves, counter comes in, Whimsicott leaves. This set is designed to function as a sort of stalling sweeper. It comes in, sets up, then stays in "sweeping" the opponent with leech seed. If you know about Stallrein from last generation using Ice Body and hail, this is basically Whimsicott's version only with Leech Seed instead of hail damage and Ice body. It's somewhat similar to Sub-Tect toxic stall gliscor too, but with priority on its moves meaning it's not limited to stalling out Pokemon slower than it. It functions completely differently from ANY current Whimsicott set.
Whoops, I wasn't aware of that. I did read the full OP btw, and it was never really clear to me that the reservations were only intended for full analyses. You might want to make that more clear so the mistake doesn't keep getting made.If I could please remind you all that reservations only exist for full analyses and not individual sets, as most individual sets don't take that much time to write up and having people reserve things for an indeterminate length of time is not conducive to a healthy, working index. For full analyses it is another matter, as the chances of your taking long enough to work on it that another may steal your space are higher.
I'd like to reserve Thundurus-T and Tornadus-T as well as Landorus-T. I'm certain I can get all of these done in a very reasonable amount of time as soon as we're allowed to start writing.
Why don't people read, Oglemi even made a simple post stating the answer.