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Please rate my team.


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Tyranitar @ Chople Berry
Trait: Sand Stream
EVs: 255 Attack / 255 Spd
Gentle Nature
- Swagger
- Foul Play
- Earthquake
- Aerial Ace


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Garchomp @ Yache Berry
Trait: Sand Veil
EVs: 255 SAtk / 255 Spd
Gentle Nature
- Fire Fang
- Stone Edge
- Earthquake
- Dragon Rush


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Dragonite @ Yache Berry
Trait: Inner Focus
EVs: 255 HP / 255 Spd
Quiet Nature
- Rain Dance
- Thunder
- Hurricane
- Dragon Claw


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Salamence @ Yache Berry
Trait: Intimidate
EVs: 255 Atk / 255 Spd
Quiet Nature
- Fire Fang
- Crunch
- Hone Claws
- Dragon Claw


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Metagross @ Leftovers
Trait: Light Metal
EVs: 255 Def / 255 Spd
Hasty Nature
- Earthquake
- Psychic
- Hammer Arm
- Magnet Rise


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Hydreigon @ Dragon Fang
Trait: Levitate
EVs: 255 Def / 255 Spd
Mild Nature
- Dragon Pulse
- Tri Attack / Dark Pulse
- Fire Blast
- Stone Edge


Please Rate Honestly and quickly as I would like to make it and enter the last unova WIFI battle which is soon.

asked Jul 6, 2013 by Redude5994
retagged Jul 6, 2013 by Flare
I don't really see any point to be running swagger and foul play on an offensive t-tar. Crunch and Stone Edge are better choices. Metagross is not a special attacker so psychic isn't very strong and additionally Hammer Arm completely destroys the point of having full speed due to its affect of reducing your speed by 1. Dragon Rush's accuracy is too unreliable. Also flawed evs, why would garchomp have 255 sp attack - your running a full physical moveset., Dragonite and metagross would do better with full attack rather than hp/whatever else and hydreigon should have Def EVS split between Attack and Sp Attack (Of course all of this is up to you in the end, but this is just what i've observed over wifi battles and stuff). oh and you can do 252 attack, 252 speed and 4 of some other stat since 252 evs and 255 evs on the same stat result in the same amount, you need to go up in increments of 4 to actually increase the stat. and also, yes an ice type would completely destroy your team. Shell Smash Cloyster anyone?
Like knigtofdragon said it doesn't really matter if you have berries and evs in speed someone like starmie with ice beam or a weavile with ice punch would be faster and still destroy half of your team. Ok you have Tyranitar with foul play and swagger, but it doesn't really need since his attack is so high. Garchomp has 252 wasted evs in SpAtk when he doesn't even have special attacks. Your Dragonite is fine but you should change his Evs the ones in Hp should be changed into attack Evs.Salamence is fine, but metagross has no need for speed Evs because he would with hammer arm so invest them into something like Defense Evs and psychic will be useless when his SpAtk is small compared to his huge SpAtk. Hydreigons Defense Evs should be invested into SpAtk. This is just my preference of mine, but I like a good rapid spinner since  you have 2 stealth rock weaknesses. You also don't have a real special sweeper as your team is and you only have one tank. I would recommend switching some of your pokemon out because your team is not very balanced as it is and I would recommend changing half of your pokemon at the least
Speed doesn't matter for your dragons if they have nothing  to beat the ice types quick.
In my opinion, you probably just got all the psuedo legendaries, gave them moves off your own choice then thought "Oh! I have a great idea. I'm gonna use Pokemon with the base stat of 600 (psuedos) in the PWT. That'll teach Drayden and Red!"

Pseudo-legendary Pokémon is a fan term commonly used to refer to any Pokémon that has a three-stage evolution line, 1,250,000 experience at level 100, and a base stat total of exactly 600. The term originates from the prefix pseudo-, which means "false". Pseudo-legendary Pokémon are often more powerful than other non-legendary Pokémon due to their high base stats.

Other variations of the definition also mention having two types or having at least one type immunity, or omit the need to have 1,250,000 experience at level 100.
There's nothing wrong with using Pseudo-Legendaries. :)

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