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Get In The Zone (A CS OU team)

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Hai, Leboss here, presenting you his newest team. I've been on a weatherless teambuilding streak lately, and i don't plan on going back to weather soon :D Anyways, this team has been so successful that i just simply would OU anyone just to use it. Weak to Abomasnow, i may have problems with it. But with a good prediction, i can take it out. So far, i've seen no problems with this team. Enjoy.
~Leboss/Leboob/Lenub/JB/Lechuga/(insert another nickname here)


The Team

Gyarados @ Leftovers
Gyarados
Trait: Intimidate
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 HP
Adamant Nature
- Dragon Dance
- Ice Fang
- Earthquake
- Waterfall

Alright, everyone who is tired of dragons ruling OU, please raise your hand. Well, how about a Troll dancer to mess up them pesky dragons? Screw all the dragons that are Physical and run away from the Special ones! Well, this guy's plan is to start everything off with a Dragon Dance and hopefully proceed to sweep entire teams by himself. Screw all the Dragon, Ground, Grass, and Flying types with the infamous Ice Fang. Let us Earthquake every fire type that's in a sun team, where our precious Water STAB is weakened. And finally, let us destroy complete teams with the final, and sexy Waterfall, that hurts anything, not caring if it resists or not. Sadly, this guy doesn't get too much action, since i usually am stupid enough to let a Dragonite or Haxorus get to 2 Dragon Dances, so i rely on my next pokemon...

Mamoswine @ Life Orb
Mamoswine
Trait: Thick Fat
EVs: 252 Atk / 48 HP / 208 Spd
Adamant Nature
- Ice Shard
- Earthquake
- Stone Edge
- Superpower

Say hello to Dragon counter #2. Like they say, no pain, no gain. So Life Orb > Band, to let me take on a Heatran, or Magnezone, or Ferro, and not have to switch, thus giving them a chance to set up their troll strategies. Ice Sard is the main reason i use this guy, as a LO + x4(or x2) weakness to a typical OU dragon is much appreciated and helps a lot, even against Dragonite's Multiscale. Earthquake let's me hit anything, namely Steel Types. Stone Edge helps me take down just random crap, and thus letting me have the almighty EdgeQuake combo, so i wont get walled by a Shedinja. Superpower fianlly is only there so i can take down Ferrothorn, who is a real pain to this Swine. just an amazing pokemon who fear nothing but a fast steel type, just waiting to unleash a Bullet Punch or Iron Head headed my way, so i thought, we need a steel counter... yep, you guessed it.

Magnezone @ Leftovers
Magnezone
Trait: Magnet Pull
EVs: 252 HP / 96 Def / 160 SDef
Calm Nature
- Substitute
- Hidden Power [Fire]
- Thunderbolt
- Thunder Wave

The most unoriginal and unheard steel counter ever. I mean, no one uses Magnet Pull. They all use like, Analytic (Sarcasm of course xD). Anyways, i stole this EV spread from Ninja and Ben from This RMT of their's. I had no idea on how to use this guy, since it's my first time using him, so i decided to give it a chance. Hell, were they doing something amazing with this guy. But i wanted my own set, so i tried a SubLysis set, with the goal to shut down anything in my path. So first, i usually come in on a Steel type and begin with Substitute, unless it's Heatran. If Heatran does not come out, i have a guaranteed sub, unless crit or a random Banded Jirachi with Drain Punch is my opponent. HP Fire helps take down any steel type barring Heetran, of course, which is where Thunderbolt comes in. It really punishes the common weather inducers (TTar, Ninetales, and Politoed) and is a pretty strong STAB attack. Thunder Wave helps my sweepers, and can really mess up the opponent if i get a really good prediction, not to mention the high rate i have with getting people Parahaxed (Ask Hex, Ben, and SP :P). One thing i should mention is that this guy alone has racked up more wins than any other one of my sweepers. With a Sub + TWave combo, nothing's gonna be otuspeeding me.

Virizion @ Leftovers
Virizion
Trait: Justified
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 Atk / 4 HP
Jolly Nature
- Swords Dance
- Stone Edge
- Leaf Blade
- Close Combat

What, did someone say to not be original and use Terrakion cause he's a higher tier? Ok, i like det logic. Swords Dance is just one reason why i can rip any team apart. Leaf Blade is just one hell of a move. It's high Crit Ratio + Showdown being known for it's excessive amount of crits guarantees me a 99% chance i will get a crit :D. Stone Edge helps me take down fire types, Ice types, and Flying types, who all wall one of my other moves. Finally, Close Combat is STAB, rapes any special wall AHEM Blissey/Chansey AHEM. And the fact that he's immune to Leech Seeders makes him wonderful. To top it all off, he has a freakin BASE 129 SDef stat, so im pretty confident with living an Ice Beam or a Psychic. I found a love for this guy, and has become one of my new fave pokes.

Landorus (M) @ Choice Scarf
Landorus
Trait: Sheer Force
EVs: 252 SAtk / 252 Spd / 4 Atk
Naive Nature
- U-turn
- Earth Power
- Focus Blast
- Hidden Power [Ice]

Well, i needed someone who can be stong, and let me have some momentum by U-turning Helps me screw with Starmie, and LOL's at other slow scarfers. Earth Power is a must if you want to be able to take down stuff and abuse Sheer Force. Also helps me take on Terrakion, which any of his Choice sets, i can live a non-crit Stone Edge. Focus Miss is something i needed to take on Balloon Steep Types and take on the Ice and Dark Types. Finally, i needed to have something to take on Dragonite/Salamence, who wall me pretty well, so i threw in a HP Ice to be able to take them down, or at least set up Dragonite in a killing range for Mamoswine. This guy is my usual lead, and does it's job well.

Gengar @ Choice Specs
Gengar
Trait: Levitate
EVs: 252 Spd / 252 SAtk / 4 HP
Timid Nature
- Focus Blast
- Shadow Ball
- Sludge Bomb
- Thunderbolt

Finally, the weird one of the bunch. Im just quickly gonna quote Hex:

"Well, I wasn't expecting a random Specs Gengar"

Lol, this guy is a complete rapist (Gengar, of course) Focus Miss helps me deal with Tyranitar, who would either Pusrsuit or Crunch the hell out of me. Shadow Ball does it's job against anything not resisting or immune to it, and being my strongest STAB. Sludge Bomb lets me deal with most Chlorophyll that don't carry anything that can KO Gengar (Bar Victreebel and Shiftry) with a 30% chance to poison, not only does it deal a nice amount of damage, it lets me break some walls here and there. Fianlly, Thunderbolt comes in to help me take on Skarmory and Gyarados, who both the team does not apreciate, as one sets Hazards that i dont have a spinner for, and the other likes to Dance, yet hasn't tried out for "So You Think You Can Dance?". I love this guy, yet i may think of going for a Black Sludge/Life Orb, just so i can not get walled and be forced to switch, just because of immunities.


Team Record:
It only has 48 losses, with 268 wins, and one battle that could have gone either way if Ben didn't have to get off :P. I love this team, and i'll be glad to accept any reasonable suggestions.

asked Mar 10, 2013 by Lust for Glory
edited Mar 24, 2013 by Lust for Glory
go with discharge over thunderbolt for a better chance to paralyze and then go volt switch over thunder wave. thats just my opinion oh and i would reccomend using icicle spear > stone edge. I used to love using LO mamo and i found that works better. It can break subs and stop stupid multiscale on d nite. Nice team and you forgot the nicname lechuga. Miss you buddy.
Sludge Wave > Sludge Bomb on Gengar.
Lol, i guess Stone Edge can be replaced, as Stone Edge isn't really necessary... as For Discharge, i dont wanna risk any chances to not paralyze the foe, so i'll stick to TWave.

As for Sludge Wave, i don't wanna rely on 2 moves that miss a lot, as Focus Miss says it has 70%, yet turns out to be like 20% for me.
lol, the awkward moment when you realize tha S Wave also has 100 acc >.>
Stone Edge & Focus Blast = bane of my Pokemon life. I hate those moves with a passion. 70% accuracy; more like 10%.

No Life Orb on Landorus? Sheer Force will mean no recoil for Earth Power and Focus Blast.
yeah, the misses can be one hell of a pain, but i need the power.

also, i wanted to use LO Lando, but seing that i specs my gengar, run intimidate on gyarados(which i would need moxie to scarf him, and i prefer intimidate to help set up on physical pokemons), and others in lack of power, lando was really my only choice...

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