Pokémon Rate My Team
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I'm new to this site, but not new to Pokemon. The first Pokemon game I've played was Pokemon X, but I'm not going to talk that here.

I don't know much about STABs, but I do know that each nature gives a Pokemon a boost to their stats.
So here we go--

Decidueye(Sairon;Male)
Ability: Overgrow
Item: Decidium Z
Nature: he a sassy boy
Level: 85
Moveset:
Spirit Shackle
Leaf Blade
Feather Dance(only reason he knows this move is because he has a weak defense)
Grass Pledge

Sylveon(Drew;Male)
Ability: Cute Charm
Item: Fairium Z
Nature: Calm
Level: 83
Moveset:
Light Screen
Moonblast
Draining Kiss
Misty Terrain

Vikavolt(Groob;Male)
Ability: Levitate
Item: N/a
Nature: Bashful
Level: 81
Moveset:
X-Scissor
Agility
Iron Defense(again, weak defense)
Thunderbolt

Arbok(Kasey;Female)
Ability: Intimidate
Item: Poison Barb
Nature: Serious
Level: 78
Moveset:
Sludge Bomb
Glare
Haze
Gunk Shot

Hariyama(Mahi;Male)
Ability: Thick Fat
Item: Fightinium Z
Nature: Lax
Level: 71
Moveset:
Reversal
Knock Off
Smelling Salts
Close Combat

Zoroark(Zozi;Female)
Ability: Illusion
Item: Darkinium Z
Nature: Naive
Level: 71
Moveset:
Night Daze
Imprison
Payback
Dark Pulse

If you have any tips on how I can improve my team, let me know! I'm happy to recieve feedback!
(Note: Only asking his cause I'm trying to do the Battle Tree and then I'm gonna try some online battles. Again, any feedback will be great!)

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Just managed to snag a Haunter(evolved into Gengar shortly after) off of GTS, and I am planning on EV training it soon. However, it appears to have PokeRus, which I know is a good thing. What I want to know is how that will contribute to any EV/IV training I do with it.

I know there are different positions depending on the Pokemon and its stats and nature. My Gengar has a Calm nature with Cursed Body as its ability. Is that good, or do I need to do some more trading?
Pokerus doubles all the EVs that you gain. As for your Gengar, I would recommend breeding for a timid one because Gengar wants to outspeed as many opponents as it can.
Trying to breed for a timid Gengar now. Problem with that is that in order to get a Gengar, I need to trade Haunter. I would ask if someone would offer to trade and send it back to me when it evolves, but I don't want to disturb you guys just for a Gengar. You guys have been really helpful by the way, thank you!

While I'm waiting for a timid Gastly to hatch, I'm going to try and get myself a Rotom(I really like Rotom, it's adorable and is a really good Pokemon). I need to know what would be a good moveset, nature, and EVs to have for it. I know that it has different forms, so what would be a good form for it with how my team is? What about Gliscor? I'm guessing I need to focus on it's speed, and maybe its attack?

I want to also help out my Zoroark, Sylveon, and Decidueye. Their natures aren't the best, but they're still pretty good Pokemon. About a week ago, I was battling in the Battle Tree cause I was bored and wanted something to do. My team is 35-ish levels above all the other Pokemon, so we had a bit of an advantage there. I rarely had to switch out my Decidueye(he's strong). I only had to use Sylveon for Dragon types, and Vikavolt(RIP) was used for Flying types.

What natures should I breed for for Decidueye, Sylveon, and Zoroark? If I were to stick with their natures and just reset their EVs, what should their movesets and EVs be?
Rotom-wash @ leftovers
Ability: levitate
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpD
Bold nature
- will-O-wisp
- volt switch
- hydro pump
- defog

Also nevermind what I said about Gliscor. I forgot Ferrothorn was better. Have a moveset.
Ferrothorn @ leftovers
Ability: iron barbs
EVs: 252 HP / 4 Def / 252 SpD
Sassy nature
- leech seed
- spikes
- power whip
- gyro ball
I think Zoroark's current Nature is Fine. :P

Zoroark @ Focus Sash  
Ability: Illusion  
EVs: 4 Atk / 252 SpA / 252 Spe  
Naive Nature  
- Nasty Plot  
- Sucker Punch  
- Flamethrower  
- Night Daze  

Gengar is also an amazing teammate for Zoroark because if Zoroark Disguises as Gengar, most arracks super effective to Gengar are not very effective to Zoroark and vice versa. :P

I think Decidueye and Sylveon should have the same sets whether you can give them the desired Nature or not, but the Nature does help a lot. :P

Decidueye @ Decidium Z  
Ability: Overgrow  
EVs: 248 HP / 180 Def / 80 SpD  
Impish Nature  
- Swords Dance  
- Leaf Blade  
- Spirit Shackle  
- Roost  

You can play Sylveon Tanky or Offensive, your Choice:

Tanky (Sylveon) @ Leftovers  
Ability: Pixilate  
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 SpA  
Bold Nature  
IVs: 0 Atk  
- Calm Mind  
- Hyper Voice  
- Stored Power  
- Wish  

Offensive (Sylveon) @ Choice Scarf  
Ability: Pixilate  
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe  
Timid Nature  
IVs: 0 Atk  
- Hyper Voice  
- Psyshock  
- Shadow Ball  
- Hidden Power [Fire]  / Trump Card

Trump Card if you don't want to breed for HP Fire. If you are worried about getting Sylveon's Hidden Ability, you should be able to SOS for a HA Eevee in UM. :P

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