Blissey @ Light clay
252 HP, 252 SpDef, 4 SpAtk
Sassy (+SpDef, -Spd)
-Thunderwave/Ice beam (Can't decide)
I'm using Blissey as my lead mainly as a special wall. She's going to be used to buy time and set up for the rest of my team. Considering this is my BT team I won't exactly be able to scout since the trainers rarely switch out, so Blissey is relatively safe unless her only weakness in a fighting type is the opponent's lead. I can't decide if I should even give her a damaging move considering her defensive nature. (Help!)
Tyranitar @ Quickclaw
104 HP, 252 Atk, 152 Def
Adamant (+Atk, -SpAtk)
Tyranitar here is going to double as a physical wall and a physical sweeper. He's not so fast so quick claw is there to try and give him an edge when I need it. He has a moveset that can ruin many types at once and he also sets up a sandstorm with his Sand Stream ability. Because of this I'm going to try to use him last if at all possible, because I didn't exactly prepare my team around his ability. This is one of my biggest weaknesses I feel, but a small one overall.
Crobat @ Black Sludge
4 HP, 252 SpAtk, 252 Speed
Modest (+SpAtk, -Atk)
Crobat is a stud through and through and he's one of my favorite pokemon to use in game as well as in strategic battling. His purpose on this team is to tackle my other two pokemon's main weakness: Fighting type. Although I know he doesn't have the best base stats for being a Special Sweeper, he's incredibly fast and can use this to his advantage. He's also the member of my team who will use, in my opinon, the single most crippling move in pokemon: Toxic.
I haven't use this team yet but I'm curious as to what you all think about it. I'm relatively new to even bothering with EV training my pokemon but I am looking for a new aspect of the games to master. Thanks for your input! =]