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Don't be so mean Illithian. If you want to make a constructive criticism, do it without insults. If you want I'll rate your team, but I don't give full rates until I fully edit this post. So just wait :P
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I often forget Double Battle mechanics, so I suppose Surf isn't an option. What about Brine?
In response to your PM, Ludicolo is a fantastic attacker, and you should give him Damp Rock for better rain abusage.
Ok,thank you for your comments. ^^ Btw,I have a cousin who is a "retard",and I don't find it very nice when people use that term,because now he will never live life to his fullest.I thank you for your criticism,but please do not use that term.
I edited out any paragraph of Illinati's post that contained insults. Which didn't leave much.
So let's just stop discussing it and move on.
Since your only really relying on Raindance, this strategy does not need to be pulled at the start of a match. What you should be using your leads for is either KO'ing out the opponent at the start or scouting.
A few fun strategy's to use are Surf Ludicolo paired up with Toxic Vaporeon. Ludicolo's surfs heal vappy and at the same time hit both of your opponents.
In that same vein using Gyarados + Jolteon/Electrivire with Me first is a decent option to.
Any first turn electric attacks aimed at gyarados will go to waste and give Electrvire a free speed boost. Also this lets Gyarados setup at leats one DD at the start of the match. while it heals jolteon from any damage it may have already taken.
Electrvire @ Focus sash
[ Standard set blah blah blah ]
- Me first.
Firstly, the VGS tournaments demand a viable Garchomp counter. The omnipresence of Garchomp is impossible to ignore.
Ludicolo: Brine is a better choice over Water Pulse in my opinion, although I keep saying that without testing it. Fairly standard defensive set. Be mindful that Ludicolo can be an extremely dangerous special attacker with Swift Swim. You may want to consider Damp Rock over Leftovers.
Zapdos: Standard. Double battling will help this guy because of rain dance support from the start.
Milotic: I don't really see what Milotic is doing for your team. I think there are better options for bulky water types.
Gyarados: Switch Ice Fang for Stone Edge. Also your strategy is abit odd, as most people would switch out a sleeped pokemon so as to not give you an opportunity to stat up.
Kingdra: The Kingdra set is quite predictable. If you don't put Damp Rock on Ludicolo, put it on kingdra; 8 turns of rain is invaluable.
Garchomp: Dragon Pulse is a special based move, which does not fit your EV spread, nature and strategy. Dragon Claw would be a much better choice. Swords Dance is also an excellent option for stat up.
Your team seems to be quite weak to physical based Dragon types, such as Garchomp and Salamence. With little to outspeed and counter them and complete lack of priority on this team, none of your pokemon resist Dragon type moves and none of your pokemon are bulky enough to absorb one.