I'm not seeing much point in having both Body Slam and DE, I'd rather go with Counter.
F Snorlax @leftovers
Paraatraction Curselax. If I decide to use it, Jolteon will start in its place. I could make it male for blissey/miltank, but most roarers are male (or genderless).
Attract on Lax isn't a bad idea, actually. I'd probably go with this one given the choice. Thing is, you're open to Ghosts this way, but you've got Kazam so who really cares.
This team doesn't BP, and isn't meant to, so Gonk's DT + curse setup won't work. I've found this Kingdra to do pretty well on it's own though.
Meeh, personally I find that Kingdra needs both the DTs and Curse in order to really shine. I used that same setup when I had a BPing Celebi, but seeing as how special attackers appear to be coming back a bit into style I'd just feel a bit, well, naked without the Baton Passes. See how it goes, but personally I'd replace the thing.
Getting kinda standard, but I needed a pseudo-hazer that wouldn't give me a double weakness (this team has none), and this worked. Thinking rest over protect, but I'm not sure.
Yeah, I was about to suggest Rest myself for drawn-out engagements. Besides, if you get them to switch b/c you're asleep, that can only be a good thing, right?
Unfortunately, he can't get both encore and T-wave. Barrier Kazam is cool, and I'm leaning that way. T-wave would be for extra para support, which this team lacks, although encore is always fun. Disable is inaccurate, and they'll just switch if it works. Reflect if Primeape isn't good enough for pseudo-passing. Need help on this one.
Personally I'd go with Counter and Barrier in the last two slots, I reccomended that set to Jumpman and he pwned me with it. It makes short work of, well, anything save for Crunch-equipped Tyranitar.
Make sure not to Barrier up too much though. Kazam's fast and able to Recover so as long as he's got enough HP left to take one hit you should try to maximise Counter damage for a one-hit kill. But hey, you knew that already.
Psych up Primeape is helpful, but pseudo-passing is too. I'm not sure if he could survive pseudo-passing, but if he could, it would help the team. If I choose encore on kazam, I'll probably use light screen. Need help here too.
Here's one I haven't seen for a while. Take Psyche-Up and Light Screen over Reflect. Don't switch him in, send him in after a kill, then Psyche Up and let the fun begin (Not using Reflect will ensure the most protection, if you Psyche Up Curses while under Reflect you could be dumped back to 1 Def IIRC). Recovery would be nice, but I guess you can live without it if he's going to be your sweeper.
Plus, Light Screen covers for Skarm should you need to use him as your fighter.
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Hope that helped.
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