You literally copy/pasted this from Smogon, right down to the use of the word "reincarnation." If you post a standard set with absolutely no derivation, you can just read the article you took it from if you want to know how well it will work. Same thing goes for your completely standard Scizor.Azelf @ Focus Sash
4 HP 252 SpA 252 Spe
A reincarnation of the extremely popular lead set from 4th gen that sets up Stealth Rock for my team.
A very common item for Heatran, my own included, is the Air Balloon. You would have to waste at least one turn popping that before you can take down a Heatran, and in that time, even non-Specs Heatran can 1HKO you with Fire Blast or HP-Ice. Fire Blast does 136.49% - 160.66% and HP-Ice does 106.16% - 125.12%.Dugtrio @ Life Orb
252 Atk 4 SpD 252 Spe
This is where it gets interesting. The new team preview allows you to scout for counters of the next Pokemon, most notably Heatran, which Dugtrio is the main counter to thanks to Arena Trap and a 4x super effective STAB Earthquake. Once the counter is taken out by Dugtrio, he uses Memento, a move that allows the next pokemon to set up without fear of being killed.
lol, Memento is an amazing move on Dugtrio. Its free Dual Screens for your next Pokemon, who will get a safe switch in on whatever you want due to Arena Trap.That bit aside however, this once again only deviates from the standard set via Memento, which is a horrible move. No one would stay in after taking Memento; it doesn't drop stats, it just forces switches. That's something the Pokemon you're sending in next should be able to do for itself anyway though. You'll get a lot more use out of something like Substitute or Hone Claws than you would Memento.
Yea, you don't need all that speed. And when you do go around outspeeding most of the metagame, why do you have bullet punch? I would use either blaze kick or earthquake, since bullet punch really wouldn't be useful at all. EQ will help you get past Jirachi.I'm not good with speed stuff, but after unburden activates do you need full speed to outrun anything. If not you could put some of that speed in HP.
On the other hand, Blaze Kick does also hit Ferrothorn and Forretress and Scizor, all of which are very common, while still doing a lot of damage to Jirachi. Just, not as much as EQ, but I would recommend Blaze KickYea, you don't need all that speed. And when you do go around outspeeding most of the metagame, why do you have bullet punch? I would use either blaze kick or earthquake, since bullet punch really wouldn't be useful at all. EQ will help you get past Jirachi.
Hmm...I actually caught an adamant and a jolly rattata in SS, I'm raising it nw, and it's abt to evolve into raticate.I would use Jolly since Raticate has Guts, but it also has Sucker Punch so Adamant can still be used for extra power