You focus way to much on fighting types. I'm surprisingly impressed by her! Without Focus Blast he's walled by the common Steel types in the tier Ferrothorn, Arceus Steel, and Forretress. If you must use Electivire, at least elect to designate it as your scarfer. I'll have to give the big moves a once over, and see which one works best. Make good use out of them, some are really quite good.
Okay, so now I need two special attackers. Their favorite team can comprise of their favorite Pokemon with different types and movesets. Unfortunately, both Rapidash and Tentacool are also easy Pokes to set up on once Rapidash is Choice-locked at least. You don't have a Scarfer and Scarf Kyogre is a really good revenge killer. Thunder Punch is a 75 Base Power move. So, with that in mind, I won't mention it below, unless I've faced it, or some one points it out to me as a threat.
With this move set, I'm sure to, and have successfully can, stall just about anyone, even if I don't have Lefties, or Protect. But being Taunt bait isn't really the problem. And that is all I have to state, I hope this helps! It can block rapid spins, it's incredibly Bulky even if it's O instead of Alt. Players cannot have two Pokémon with the same Pokédex number on the same team. For competitive battles, your luck also has a considerable part to play with. Close Combat is mainly there for Bastiodon and Lairon, since they quad resist normal attacks. Just a few things I would say.
The clauses are pretty self-explanatory too I imagine. With so many roles it's able to fill, Armaldo can fit easily on your team. I've battling for almost 3 years, and I still have trouble telling what is or isn't a threat beyond its typing. Normally Stoutland would be better to have, but Furret has some distinguishing special niches. Now I had two watertypes, but with Meg there, I didn't mind, because, even though she's physically defensive in nature, she can take a few t-bolts and still do her job. He's hands down my favourite Pokemon because of how fun he is to use, and all the mind games that ensure, but damn is he difficult to pull off properly. Surf for every Pokemon that isn't dragon-type.
Megahorn, and Low Kick round out this set, allowing me to revenge kill a majority of pokemon in the tier, easily. Thanks, I'll give it a shot. I haven't experienced much in this tier but that sure can motivate me to start Anyway here are some points that I think can improve your team: Noctowl: I think Whirlwind is a very important move on Noctowl if it is aimed to switch in on Lilligant. Your Mewtwo seems fine You need to change your Groudon set. Kyurem-w with dracometeor is deadly, so try giving it that.
The Arceus you are running takes on anything that is not Steel-type or a very Bulky mon, which your team covers to a large extent. So, looking over the list, I found Tentacool. Insomania gives immunity against Victreebel's and Lilligant's Sleep Powder. Out speeds a lot, even as an Adamant scarf'er. .
Lum Berry because I don't want annoying status on it. Also, you can keep the variety of Ice Beam and Fire Blast; so sash would be the best option. So, after a few changes, I thought I'd bring it here for show and tell. Even if I do bounce back the rocks, I don't spend time stopping the opponents rocks all match, and they do appear on my side more often then not. Articuno does have a 4x weakness to rock, but it's not all bad in the tier. Boasting a 125 attack stat, Armaldo can sweep opposing teams with moves like Stone Edge or Earthquake. Otherwise, Eelektross is far more useful and viable in general.
The first thing that struck my eye in your team is Electivire. Use Arcues Ghost over Arceus. Facade makes short work of anything else, physical defense be damned. The most successful team I have ever made and played with. This page will feature suggestions to be used in Double and Triple Battles. Same goes for banned moves. Hope I helped to make some of these suggestions a bit clearer, and good luck! He's certainly useful, but to make him work you need to be really good at both mind games for switching him in and out and using him and teambuilding the team needs to carry all the support he needs, and be solid enough to function without him if he dies early.
Ice Beam for same reasons as before, Fusion Flare gets boosted due to Groudon's Drought, and Psychic is my surprise attack for Fighting Pokemon. It also work good with his ability. Anyone who plans on Taunting Meg, will taunt first thing, and will take that Taunt to the face, thanks to Magic Coat. This is a new series i'm doing in this series we'll talk about pokemon that you enjoy using in tiers so without further ado let's start this Number 10: Stoutland Number 9: Torterra Number 8: Walrein Number 7: Zebstrika Number 6: Swanna Number 5: Torkoal Number 4: Slaking Number 3: Relicanth Number 2: Dusknoir and finally Number 1: Gogoat. She also, almost always, guarantees me some Stealth Rocks on my opponents field. And Sleep Powder is useful, allowing me to cripple those flyers and occasional Glaceon I run into, who sort of hate my team. Anyways, I now had one spot left, and I looked and looked, but no one came to mind, and no one on the list looked good really.
I agree, but here's the thing, this Butterfree is Sweeper, and that's what she does. I really like that Kadabra set, and while it is a great late game sweeper, having a physical setup is something I'd recommend. A Psychic type wouldn't hurt, so who do I have? Giving it a Choice Band allows it to hit harder and letting it sweep easier. Thunderbolt is another option against Pelliper and other common flying or water types. I had one sitting in my box, and I hadn't used it for sometime.