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I've been thinking about this team for a while, so here it is:
Smeargle @ Focus Sash Ability: Own Tempo Nature/Trait: Timid EVs: 252 Spe / 252 HP / 4 Def. Spore Sticky Web Stealth Rock Memento
Smeargle. So much potential, but his job is to set up Sticky Web. His purpose in life is just to set up Sticky Web. If he's still alive, stealth rock would also be nice. If he survives all that, he uses Memento.
Espeon is my Dual Screen setter-upper. Baton Pass is there so Pusuit can't get it, and Psychic is a filler. Hopefully, if Smeargle got Memento in, it will be even easier for Espeon to set up, or the opponent will switch out, which gives Espeon an extra turn.
Togekiss @ King's Rock Ability: Serene Grace Nature/Trait: Modest/Timid EVs: 252 Sp. Atk. / 252 Spe / 4 HP Nasty Plot Air Slash Extrasensory Aura Sphere
Togekiss or Kingdra can come after Espeon, reason being because they need one turn of set-up and need to be able to tank a hit or two. Togekiss uses Nasty Plot, then spams Air Slash in the opponent's face. Extrasensory is another high-flinch-rate move, but just for coverage. Aura Sphere is for those pesky Rock, Steel, and Ice types.
Kingdra is the "Crit-Meister." He really depends on the Dual Screens because he has to be able to use Focus Energy. After that, he can spam Draco Meteor and Surf, both STAB attacks that always land a critical hit. I know it doesn't have Swift Swim, but that's for a rain team.
Charizard @ Charizardite Y Ability: Blaze Nature/Trait: Timid EVs: 252 Sp. Atk. / 252 Spe / 4 Def. Flamethrower Solar Beam Air Slash Dragon Pulse
Charizard is the Mega of my team. He's pretty fast, an insane special attacker, and has great coverage moves. No more needs to be said.
Aegislash is the Aegislash of my team. Yes, it gets its own category. This standard moveset, the one that everyone uses, is so unpredictable. You might use Protect, but it turns out Aegislash went for a Swords Dance instead. You switch to Blissey, thinking Aegislash would go for a Shadow Sneak, but instead it uses a +4 Atk. Sacred Sword. Bye bye, Blissey.
Anyway, let me know what you think.
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