For the rotom set, it may seem strange to play blizzard, but in reality, blizzard can be very effective and surprising. The main reason why I wanted to play rotom blizzard, is mainly to kill dnite and flygon mixed which can be a threat to the team, eventually gliscor and breloom which can be annoying too, and to hit latias hard. I put 48 in speed to make sure I can outspeed empoleon lead, and there's very little chance I'll put it in torrent's range with tbolt.
- For the jirachi set, here, I wanted to play it mixed. This set allows me to hit a large part of the OU effectively. The pokémon that resist very well to this set are swampert, zapdos, hippo and rotom. But latias specs and rotom can kill all these pokémon, that's why I like the core "rotom bulky, latias specs & jirachi mixed". I chose to put the shuca to avoid getting one-shot by eq from gyara at +1, for dnite, gliscor, gross, dd ttar, etc...
- Once the rocks are set, latias specs modest can do a lot of damage. I chose to play it modest because I find it very useful to be able to two-shot most ttar after the rocks. The only "problem" is that I can't get outspeed nape, but I don't actually find that very problematic. Because no one places nape on latias, and no one switches to nape in front of a latias.
- For ttar's set, he can't be one-shot by eq ttar at +1 after rocks, I put toxic for hippo, gliscor and swampert who can also be a threat to the team.
- For the lucario set, I preferred to put extreme speed instead of endure because I find extreme speed very useful in many situations, and it is also the only priority of the team.
- And finally flygon, the scarf of the team, I put it on this team to be able to "revenge kill" all the sweepers like dd ttar, dd gyara, ddnite, etc... And it also has many important resistances which allow to manage heatran, for example.