Okay, it's not being too lazy to win, it's that sometimes someone's favorite pokemon is just bad. I love Golurk. I love him to death. But I tried using him in competitive battles in the early days of Gen. V, and he got destroyed. Every time. I gave him what I figured were the best EVs to take advantage of his stats, great moves, and you know what? He still lost. So I'm not going to use him competitively ever again. Oh, I forget, you don't play Gen. V. Fine, I'll go to Gen. IV for you: Crobat. It was (and still is) my favorite pokemon. However, in the days of Gen. IV, he would get destroyed quite easily by most other leads and stuff. However, in Gen. V, he destroys as my opener. Basically, the answer to your problem is Gen. V. Originality is much easier and more profitable in Gen. V. Your question is outdated in its execution.
Originally Posted by Dark Side4
Oh, and it still takes skill to use OU pokemon. You can make a team using the pokemon you mentioned and still lose.
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I don't care about my pokemon other than their battling potential. If they aren't good at battling, I'm not going to use them. If I have to spend time getting my pokemon to be perfect, so be it. I'll battle your pokemon that are "raised with love" anytime, and you know what? I'll probably win.