Gonna go competitive(obviously) and I want to train these pokemon for double battles.
Evs: 252 Spa/128 Att/128 Spe
Item: Heat Rock
Purpose: A special sweeper and then why not use a minor legendary?Mewtwo seems overused. Sunny Day setup.
Evs:252 Def/252 Spd/4 HP
Nature: Bold or Calm
Item: Salac Berry
Purpose: Going along with Sunny Day, it uses Solarbeam. Also a tank.
Evs: 252 Att/128 Def/128 Hp
Ability: Lightning Rod
Nature: Brave, Adamant, or Naughty
Item: Life Orb
Purpose: A physical sweeper, whilst being a physical tank. Dragon Tail for knocking dangerous adversaries away. Lightningrod for Gyarados and Moltres.
Evs: 252 Att/ 144 SPd/ 112 Hp
Nature: Careful or Adamant
Item: Shell Bell
Purpose: Another physical sweeper, whilst being a bulky special tank. Lightningrod saves him from electric types.
Evs: 252 Spe/156 Def/100 Spd
Item: Destiny Knot
Purpose: Baton Passer with an EV investment to survive, mostly meant for Gyarados, but decent for the others.
Evs: 252 Spe/252 Spa
Nature: Modest, Mild, or Rash
Item: Damp Rock
Purpose: Special Sweeper, meant to trick opponents with its ability, and giving Gyarados a hand with his Thunder and Waterfall.
I start off with Espeon and Rhyperior. Espeon begins its stat boosts to Baton Pass to Gyarados, meanwhile Rhyperior starts attacking with Rock Wrecker and Toxic. If an opponent that can harm Espeon greatly comes about, then Dragon Tail will whip them away. Once Espeon succeeds in passing, I switch to Gyarados. Rhyperior uses Earthquake, not affecting Gyarados, until it faints, with Lightningrod as backup. Replaced by Zoroark, I will trick the opponent and use rain dance to boot, boosting Thunders accuracy to perfect, and Waterfall doubling in power. Zoroark and Gyarados proceed to obliterate, until they both faint together. When push comes to shove, I will use my legendaries. Moltres casts Sunny Day while Uxie casts Substitute. Calm Minding while Substitute is up, Uxie will prepare a 6x boosted Solarbeam aided by sunny day, while its special defense protects it. Its physical defense is not bad either. Moltres uses Fire Blast, also boosted by sunny day, and possibly some other moves. If the solarbeam tactic does not work, then the substitute and flail tactic will be relied on. Any suggestions?