So, as it says in the title, this is an RMT designed for actual realistic cartridge games, with the rules I play with my friends. This means there will be no Wish Blisseys (from the NY PokeCenter for like 2 weeks) or other unrealistic pokemon (like Dream World ones that don't exist yet), and with the rules I play with my friends. Also no Hidden Powers, since it's hard to do IVs in-game. Maybe this breaks the rules of an RMT, but I just want advice on a 5th gen team I might actually raise. Oh, and our house rules are, most importantly, no legendaries of any sort (even OU or lower ones) and the Item Clause. I just want to know what you all think of it.
252 HP / 216 Def / 52 SpD
I have always loved Swampert as a lead, and this is just a variation of the old Mixpert Lead. Basically I took out Ice Beam in favour of Boiling Water (though Surf is also viable). This thing can kill some good traditional leads and can tank fairly well if need be. Protect is in there for defense and Leftovers protection.
252 HP / 188 Def / 68 SpD
Another variation on a classic. I went for more EVs in HP to take advantage of Wish-passing as much as I could. This thing also serves as another tank (more Specially than Physically). I had a hard time choosing Toxic over Ice Beam though. I am also uncertain about its current item, as the Bulb seems useful, but situational and not all that great for a Wish-passer.
@ Evolution Stone
252 HP / 52 Def / 200 SpD
Have I mentioned how much I like Protect? This is kind of a chip off of Dusknoir's old block, but without any attacking investment. Pain Split is as much for healing as it is for damage. I wanted this thing to be able to hold up in both defenses, but more Specially, hence the EVs. If there are any suggestions for Protect replacements I am wont to hear them.
@ Lum Berry
252 Atk / 252 Spe / 4 HP
I revamped this and made him into a Dragon Dancing Ononokusu (which I daresay we'll see fairly often). The moves are typical coverage moves, and I decided to go for an Adamant nature, as his Speed is competent enough (lower than Garchomp's and Salamence's, but he will be Dragon Dancing) while his attack is 17 higher than the former's and 12 higher than the latter's. The Lum Berry is in place to prevent Paralysis; other possibilities are a Haban or Yache berry and a Life Orb. Outrage is also a possibility over Dragon Claw.
@ Choice Specs
252 SpA / 252 Spe / 4 HP
This used to be an Urgamoth, but the poor coverage of its moveset made me change it to Porygon-Z. Now, I know he's not the best Special Sweeper, but he seemed to fit the team very well. I went Timid over Modest to make up for his 90 speed. The moveset is different from recommended, but I went for the classic BoltBeam combo. I also chose Shadow Ball over Dark Pulse to kill Ghosts, just out of preference, and so I could raise this guy entirely on a 5th gen cartridge.
@ Life Orb
252 Spe / 180 SpA / 76 Atk
He used to have a Choice Scarf but now has a Life Orb for better attacking prowess. He's, naturally, my mixed attacker with a focus on special, and relying on STAB for his physical.
Now, you may notice this doesn't deal well with weather, I have a few item and move issues, and no Rapid Spinner. Any help is appreciated! Thanks!