I was really bored so I decided to make an RMT for a team I made for a war match with Cometk. The team is pretty cool, I was asking around for some good stuff to use alongside Hydreigon and someone suggested I pair it with Virizion. Which is a really great combination: Hydreigon lures in **** like Jirachi, Scizor, and blissey which all give Virizion a tough way to go and maims them or KOs them effectively giving Virizion a much easier time sweeping. Having a Expert Belt makes him so much better too since it fakes choice and means I don't have to rely so much on predicition when using him. The rest of the team kind of fell into place for specific needs, Heatran is a reliable user of Stealth Rock and an all around good check to Sun teams. Scarf Tar is so anti-meta its stupid catching **** like Tornadus, Ninetales, and other things that think they outspeed off guard getting key KOs that really help the team out. Gliscor came in because I desperately needed a solid fighting resist and he's an all around good check to most physcial threats. The last member of the team is a bit of an oddity; I originally had a CB Scizor in this slot, but I was really weak to Gyarados who's really been getting popular lately. I got a suggestion to try Metagross and even though I haven't battled a Gyara he does pretty good job at checking it since most people don't expect thunderpunch. He does basically the same job as Scizor anyways checking **** like reuniclus and taking random dragon moves/revenging with STAB Bullet Punch. Anyways this RMT is just for fun as this team was literally made a couple days ago and has only been used against Cometk haha. The only real reason I made this RMT is because I love Rainbow Majesty and felt like making an RMT with her as the theme haha.
Tyranitar@ Choice Scarf
Ability: Sand Stream
EVs: 252 Att | 252 Spe | 4 SpD
Scarf Tar is so anti-meta its ridiculous. With all the chople SpD sets running around, this set has a ton of surprise factor and often gets a ton of good KOs. Together with Virizion they basically checks rain completely which is really handy since Rain has become that much stronger since the exca ban. Scarf Tyranitar also checks random other **** like SD Lucario, other Tar, and and weakened/frail psychic or ghost types. Gengar is still a major pain as I usually have to end up saccing metagross to get him in for free to pursuit it. Tyranitar also checks Tornadus a pokemon that has become a major threat in the metagame since Exca and his brother Thundurus were banned. Stone Edge is his most powerful STAB move and hits anything that doesn't resist it like a truck. Crunch and Pursuit are used in tandom for secondary STAB and to trap **** that can be annoying to the team. Superpower provides really great coverage alongside his STAB and hits Steels like Heatran for great damage. The EVs are Standard being max att and max spe with a jolly nature so I can outspeed as much **** as possible. He also provides me a weather but I don't really care about that I used him more for his ability to check a lot of stuff that threatens me rather than for the weather boost. He's nice for taking out sun fast though because Ninetales almost always stay in thinking they'll be able to get a quick burn off, which really goes a long way in wearing them down. Ttar getting rid of **** like the lati twins and gengar also goes a long ways in helping Hydreigon break through teams since a lot of his checks rely on being faster and are fairly weak to being pursuited.
Gliscor@ Toxic Orb
Ability: Poison Heal
EVs: 252 HP | 200 Def | 56 Spe
This is the standard Gliscor set for this generation and for good reason. He is extremely important to this team because he serves as the only fighting resist. He's my main switch-in to things like CB Terrakion since with protect+poison heal recovery makes him the best one available in OU. Swords Dance is there to help him break stall although without taunt he's not nearly as good at doing that, but I have Hydreigon as well so it evens out. He's basically my go to switch-in for the vast majority of physically based sweepers and I usually play him conservatively depending on the opponent's team. Since he's my only fighting resist I have to be careful about keeping him alive when I see powerful physical attackers on the opposing team. He's usually my first switch into things like blissey as well because he is immune to status as soon as I get my toxic orb activated. Gliscor is pretty useful overall and a valued member of the team, if he falls fighting types have a really easy time running through my team. The moveset is that of the standard Gliscor, with Swords Dance to help break through bulkier stuff and protect to help get back poison heal damage, which is always handy. Earthquake is obligatory STAB and Ice Fang rounds out hitting **** that is immune to EQ. Ground and Ice is pretty great coverage anyways so it helps him break through slower stuff. He often lures out **** like Rotom-w and other bulky waters for Virizion and Hydreigon to take advantage of. The EVs are pretty standard, I run enough speed to outrun adamant breloom because max speed non-scarf tar are so rare its really not worth running the extra EVs, I gave him maximum HP for overall bulk, and the rest went into defense so he can take physical hits really well. The impish nature bulks him up even more, making him really solid overall.
Metagross@ Choice Band
Ability: Clear Body
EVs: 248 HP | 212 Att | 48 Spe
Metagross is actually a pretty cool mon in this metagame. He has a ton of natural bulk and a massive attack stat: the perfect combination of things for a solid choice band pokemon. Metagross also has a handy ability in Clear Body which lets him ignore **** like intimidate and other stat lowering abilities and moves. He's also really handy at absorbing random dragon moves in case heatran falls. His natural bulk also lets him check calm mind pokemon that give me trouble like CM Reuniclus and apposing Virizion. Meteor Mash is obligatory STAB and anything that doesn't resist it is gonna take a huge chunk of damage from it. It also has the secondary ability of sometimes raising my attack which is always appreciated. Bullet Punch is awesome priority and with the STAB boost it can really handy in picking off random weakened mons on the opposing team. It also helps me have another decent check to CB Terrakion, one of the biggest threats in the current metagame. Thunderpunch may seem like an oddity, but it gives me my best shot at beating gyrados, a threat that has been coming up in usage recently. It also lets me hit Jellicent who would otherwise come in and wall me/burn me without a care in the world. Earthquake is pretty much coverage and hits stuff like heatran and other steels really hard when they try to come in on my STAB moves. The EVs are geared for maximum overall bulk, and then enough speed to outrun standard Jellicent so I can 2HKO on the switch. I stuck the rest in attack with an adamant nature so he can **** as hard as possible. People tend to underestimate the power of this set so it often ends up getting me a ton of surprise KOs.
Heatran@ Air Balloon
Ability: Flash Fire
EVs: 252 SpA | 252 Spe | 4 SpD
Due to the fact that there is so few good Stealth Rock users in BW OU Heatran has become one of the best mons around. He's also an excellent check to Volcarona and sun teams in general. With Air balloon, he can actually beat dugtrio making him an excellent mon to have on a team. With the air balloon he checks random other things like Landorus who have to pop his balloon before they can threaten him. He's another great lure for bulky waters so Virizion and Hydreigon can come in and do work. With max SpA he utterly destroys anything that doesn't resist Fire Blast and sometimes things that do. Dragon Pulse is coverage and helps me beat stuff like dragonite who have to pop the balloon to win against him. Even without SpD investment he makes a great switch-in to dragon type moves and can immediately threaten them afterwards. I have to be careful though as without reliable recovery he can only come in a couple times. Stealth Rock is necessary for any team turning all kinds of 2HKOs into OHKOs. Roar is really handy because it means I can stop things trying to set up on me and rack up some extra damage that can ensure me some extra KOs. The EVs are pretty self-explanatory, 252 SpA and 252 Spe with a modest nature so he can hit things as hard as possible. I slapped the last 4 in SpD though thats just filler of course.
Hydreigon@ Expert Belt
EVs: 252 SpA | 252 Spe | 4 SpD
Expert Belt Hydreigon is by far one of my favorite mons from the new generation. He's so great at what he does, and is one of the best partners to Virizion. With him faking choice sets he brings out things like Jirachi, Blissey, and Reuniclus all of whom counter Virizion pretty hard. He can 2HKO all of them with the appropriate move, and thanks to his item I can afford to mispredict because I can just use the appropriate move the following turn and destroy whatever swithces in. The only thing thats dissapointing about Hydreiogon is his speed stat which is below what it needs to be for Hydreigon to truly be a monster. Even with that he does his job as a wall breaker exceptionally well muscling through the majority of the metagame with the appropriate move. I love seeing Heatrans, Tyranitars, and Jirachis switching in thinking they can wall me and getting destroyed by the appropriate move the next turn. The moves given give him perfect coverage hitting everything for at least neutral coverage and a vast majority for super effective. Draco Meteor is his strongest move and obligatory STAB destroying most anything that doesn't resist it. I usually don't use it until I clear out steels because of the SpA lowering side effect. Dark Pulse is the other half of his dual STAB and destroys **** like Jellicent and Reuniclus. Focus Blast hits the steel types that wall my STABs and destroys Tyranitar and Heatran when they try to come in on Draco and even has the ability to 2HKO blissey with a little prior damage. The final move is Fire Blast to utterly destroy Jirachi and anything else weak to it that comes in trying to wall me. The EVs are simple max speed and special attack witha modest nature to hit things as hard as possible. Hydreigon is something that, if played right, will almost always take out a couple of pokemon per game. And when he does die, he's usually already cleared the way for Virizion to sweep through the remainder of the team.
EVs: 252 SpA | 252 Spe | 4 Def
Virizion is one of the best pokemon from the new gen and one of my personal favorites. With its excellent typing, amazing special bulk, and ability to boost his SpA he makes one of the best rain counters around. The reason I didn't use Celebi on this team like I do on most of my teams, is that Hydreigon does sucha great job at removing his counters that I felt like using him for his better bulk and overall sweeping ability. Virzion can come in on something and start boosting taking little damage from special attacks after a boost or 2 and then proceed to rip through the opposing team. Calm Mind is of course the standard boosting move for Virizion, and it makes its awesome SpD sky high while boosting its average SpA to acceptable sweeping levels. Giga Drain is my main STAB move and with the power to heal off any damage I've calculated it comes in handy. Focus Blast is the other half of his STAB, and destroys most things that resist my first STAB move, its annoying to have to use it since the accuracy is less than acceptable. However when it does hit, it wrecks so much ****. Hidden Power[Ice] hits everything else and lets me clear out flying types and opposing grass types really well allowing my sweep to continue unhindered. With Hydreigon clearing out his counters, he has a much easier time sweeping and against rain he basically GGs them after Hyreigon does work. Overall out of the few battles I've done with this team it worked well and Virizion was a pretty strong player in it.
The team has hardly been played honestly, but I enjoyed it when I did use it. I just used this as an excuse to make an RMT with Rainbow Majesty as the theme. As my closing words I'll explain why I used Rainbow Majesty. She is a horse featured in a series of school supplies, and a friend of mine has one such: a folder with Rainbow Majesty on the cover. Whenever we do things Rainbow Majesty is the feature of the group so I have come to enjoy her company and image. Virizion also looks like a horse so the theme kind of fits haha.