Suicide Lead: Jolly Aerodactyl @ Focus Sash
EVs: 4 HP / 252 Atk / 252 Spe
So this is your typical Aerodactyl leading set. Focus Sash ensures that I get my Stealth Rock in, and to avoid getting set up, I Taunt the other lead since I will
outspeed them. If I ever decide to bring Aerodactyl back out (which I did the second time I used this team), Earthquake is a nice powerful move, and Rock Slide is reliable STAB.
Special Wall: Bold Blissey @ Leftovers
Ability: Natural Cure
EVs: 252 HP / 252 Def / 4 Spe
Ah, good ole Blissey. Wish and Softboiled heal other team members and Blissey, respectively. Seismic Toss is my reliable attack that does 100 damage on all non-Ghost- types and keeps me from getting walled by Heatran, and Toxic forces switches, which again further utilizes Stealth Rock. And if I get status'd, Natural Cure heals me upon switching.
Stall Breaker: Mild Dragonite @ Life Orb
Ability: Inner Focus
EVs: 116 Atk / 192 SpA / 200 Spe
Ever since Salamence left for the Uber tier, this Dragonite set has been seen more and more, and it's because this is a very reliable set. Superpower and Draco Meteor lower stats that are independent of each other, so either kind of wall can be obliterated pretty easily. Flamethrower and Thunderbolt further the coverage by handling weaknesses like Ice- type Pokemon and Water- type Pokemon using Ice Beam.
Stealth Rock Sweeper: Adamant Breloom @ Toxic Orb
Ability: Poison Heal
EVs: 12 HP / 252 Atk / 244 Spe
The ever-infamous Spore Puncher set. Spore puts the Pokemon to sleep, either forcing a switch or reliance on the unreliable Sleep Talk. Either way, it clears a path for a free Focus Punch. Seed Bomb is another powerful STAB attack, and Stone Edge gets rid of Breloom's biggest weakness, Flying- type Pokemon. Toxic Orb prevents me from getting a status, and Poison Heal is a nice way to lean away from dependence on Wish support from Blissey.
Late Game Sweeper: Adamant Lucario @ Life Orb
Ability: Inner Focus
EVs: 252 Atk / 4 Def / 252 Spe
Lucario's most overused set, but like the others, for a great reason: Why change what works great? If for some reason whatsoever I can't get a Stealth Rock, I can rely on Lucario to sweep after I've put a nice dent in my opponent's team. Swords Dance is crucial, and then I can either take them out quickly if they're almost down with Extremespeed, or I can severely injure them with Close Combat. I chose Crunch over Stone Edge because I do have 2 Fighting- type Pokemon, so those pesky Psychic- Pokemon can go die. Plus, Breloom is already running Stone Edge to handle Flying- types.
Switch Forcer: Timid Gengar @ Leftovers
EVs: 4 HP / 252 SpA / 252 Spe
-Hidden Power Fire
Lastly, we round the team off with Gengar. His type coverage is excellent, his moveset is very obnoxious, and when coupled together, it will force the opponent to switch, again further hurting themselves with Stealth Rock. Substitute protects me from, above all, Tyranitar and Scizor, whom I can retaliate against with Focus Blast and Hidden Power Fire, respectively. Substitute also protects me from statuses, and Shadow Ball + Focus Blast give me an unresisted Ghost/Fighting combo. As mentioned earlier, Hidden Power Fire deals with Scizor, as well as Forretress and Skarmory.