Forgot to add, I'll be nominating Spiritomb to A- again, with a quote from Spirit's post on Simple Question, Simple Answer and one of my posts from the other Viability Ranking thread. Pay attention that Spirit hasn't stated his opinion on Spiritomb's ranking, he only pointed out actual facts about the Pokemon that are perfectly usable for this situation, since they pretty much back up my reasoning on it, and I'm sort of lazy to write it myself:
One example of an anti-meta Pokemon is Spiritomb, considering it can defeat the entire S-rank and beats a lot of the boosting Psychic-types that have risen to popularity, and the rising prominence of Slowking on stall, which Spiritomb can Pursuit trap rather well further solidifies this point. Another example is Shiftry, which also deals with Doublade and boosting Psychic-types, but can also take on spike-stacking teams that have increased in usage as of late thanks to Defog.
I'd also like to mention something that a lot of people forget Spiritomb can do in case you need a Reuniclus counter: It doesn't need to run arguably inferior (I don't have experience on them so I don't know) sets such as Crotomb to check it, since it has access to Taunt, and can replace either Foul Play or Will-O-Wisp with it on the standard set. In general, I've used this Pokemon extensively and have already supported this nomination for quite some time now (right after the most recent bans I think)Pearl. said:It is pretty much the premier Pursuit trapper at the moment, puts 4/5 of the S rank in check (and the 5th one is arguably the most controversial S ranked Pokemon) and isn't the hardest Pokemon to fit on a team due to having only one weakness. It's had a lot of support for B+ and now that the metagame is more stable (and will stay stable for a couple months) I think that this could be pushed up. Infiltrator is a plus too.