Well, even if you don't like mixed sets, a Blissey (and other random Special Walls, wasting Charge Beam's PP as you switch) could cause trouble, so Focus Punch was the first thing i thought of, actually.
Yea, I knew that Blissey would give me trouble right from the start tbh. It always comes in at the most annoying time.
Focus Punch works extremely well with Substitute, but i don't doubt you didn't notice that.
I did notice that. SubPunch is a great strategy.
If you eventually think of using Focus Punch, i'd run a Quiet nature, 248 HP / 252 SpAtk / 8 Atk, doing 46.6% - 54.8% damage to a WishBlissey.
Actually, Focus Punch is looking a lot more optimistic. I'm not sure what EVs you used for this calc, but all of the Tower's Blissey run 255 HP / 0 Def spreads... And upon doing a calc for this, I found that with only a 4 EV investment, Focus Punch will do much more than I thought. 100% - 117.7%
, to be exact. How very convenient. Now it's looking a lot nicer... Even though I hate mixed sets, I might make an exception this time. Running some more calcs, I found that I can also do 66.2% - 80%
to 0 HP / 255 Def Aggron, 77.7% - 93.7%
to 0 HP / 252 Def Tyranitar, and 81.2% - 96.6%
to 252 HP / 0 Def Tyranitar... Not too shabby. The only real drawback is that a Quiet Nature is a necessity, but I suppose I can compromise. The only thing that I lose the jump on is Blissey, and she can't do much to me anyway... I'll consider this more.
Now looking at the other options, the only thing i'd consider is Reflect so you can set up Charge Beam more easily.
Having said that, Thunder Wave does the same when it comes to letting me set up. Although Hax may decide to work against me there.
I hope this was helpful.
It was very helpful. Thanks a lot.
So now, it's Focus Punch vs. Thunder Wave. Any more input?