Pokémon Rate My Team
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So I kind of suck at OU atm and I like sand. So please take a look at my team and give me some pointers.

Hippowdon @ Leftovers
Sand Stream
252 HP/ 252 Def/ 4 SpD

Stealth Rock
Slack Off

So I have had some problems with guys just setting up on my lead so I decided to use this set. SR with Sand is always a good combo with a bulky lead. I have earthquake to damage any frail pokemon that cannot KO and decide to stay in. And last Whirlwind to phaze out any levitated pokemon that try to set up on me.

Forretress @ Leftovers
252 HP/ 252 Def/ 4 SpD

Toxic Spikes
Volt Switch
HP (Ice)

The master of disaster!!! Well the prelude to it anyways. So no SR here because Hippowdon will have it up already. Spikes are a must to were down Steel/Rock types who resist SR. Toxic Spikes becuase who doesn't love makign your opponent gouge at their eyes??? Volt Switch as a pivot and HP(Ice) when a grond type it predicted.

Gengar @ Life Orb
4 Def/ 252 SpA/ 252 Spe

Shadow Ball
Focus Blast
HP (fire)

Here is my first attacker. Simple yet effective. He has Shadow Ball as STAB and decent coverage. Focus Blast is for Defensixe Steel/Rock types who would stall him out. And HP (Fire) for things such as Metagross and Bronzong.

Rotom Wash @ Leftovers
232 HP/ 56 SpA/ 220 Spe

Volt Switch
Hydro Pump
Pain Split

Another bulky dude here. I know he take damage in teh sand, but he can take ice attacks forever! Simple set, no need to explain.

Garchomp @ Leftovers
Rough Skin
4 HP/ 252 Atk/ 252 Spe

Swords Dance

Taking advantage of SR and spikes + sand. Nuff said.

Heatran @ Air Ballon
Flash Fire
4 SpA/ 252 SpD/ 252 Spe

Earth Power
Fire Blast
HP (Grass)

He can switch into Fire and gorund attack wihtout any fear so long as he has his Bloon. Then, simply set to maximize his effectiveness. Earthpower and Fireblast for the brawn, and HP (grass) to cripple any water/ground types who he outspeeds, and Toxic to cripple anything that is slowwer and poses no imediate threat.

SO I think thats it. I need some feedback ASAP so yeah, thanks :) And have nice day!

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Why protect on Gengar? It appreciates the extra coverage much more.
Also, you don't have a revenge killer or a Pokemon who can take stronger special hits. Maybe make Tran specially defensive?

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