I'm currently building an actual dream team from Pokémon across all my versions. The final product will be as follows:
Leafy was the name of my Sceptile in Emerald. I have recreated him to commemorate the very first Pokémon I ever owned, because unfortunately, I am no longer in possession of the file he existed on, nor did I migrate the file's contents before I deleted it.
: Skyler (SoulSilver)
Night Slash (subject to change to Frenzy Plant or Hone Claws)
Aggron was always one of my favorites of Generation III and still is, so I felt obligated to include one. His name is a bit of Latin-sounding gibberish I thought of one day. (pronounced REE-see-us or REE-shus)
: Ginny (Black)
Ability: Rock Head
Autotomize (subject to change to Double-Edge)
(Female Shiny Flygon)
Flygon is another of my favorites. Her name, Sandwing, is the name of a Flygon-based creature I thought of while digging in the sand on vacation. The character was meant to be a sort of goddess of the shoreline. Flygon's Shiny coloration switches the red accents with yellow and blue, reminiscent of sand and water.
: Sarah (Platinum)
nature (Like me!
, on which Archeops is based, is my favorite dinosaur and Teryx's namesake. I adore reptilian creatures, especially dinosaurs and dragons.
: Leah (Black 2)
Now, Gengar is a special one. When I was really little (three to five years old), I would always nag my dad to read Pokémon handbooks we had lying around the house. Of all the Generation I Pokémon, Gengar and its pre-evolutions was my favorite. Not even Charizard could stand up to my weird attachment to the purple ghost with the Cheshire grin. Jenga, whose name is a corruption of his species' name, pays homage to what started it all for me.
: Amy (Pearl)
nature (*sunglasses* OPPA'N GENGAR STYLE! *shot*)
Dark Pulse (subject to change to Shadow Punch)
Myra (also named after her species) is a representation of how badly I wanted a Milotic in my first file on Emerald. I had a Feebas, but just when I thought I had raised her Beauty enough, she couldn't eat any more Pokéblocks. Crestfallen, I assumed I would never have one, but deep down inside, it fortified my resolve to obtain the Tender Pokémon. Now, I have not one, but TWO Milotic, both with the same OT: Venus (who remained with Locket in Hoenn) and Myra (who traveled to Unova to be with Leah) were caught alongside each other. I think. One may be the other's mother; I'm not quite sure.
: Locket (Emerald)
Ability: Marvel Scale
Hydro Pump (subject to change to Recover or a Def/Sp. Def-increasing move)
Toxic Shock Strategy
Teammates Involved: Jenga
Items Involved: None, Poison Gem, Poison Barb
Optimal Situation: Any
Execution: Jenga badly poisons the enemy on one turn. On the next, he uses Venoshock, the power of which has been doubled to 130. Massive damage results. Ineffective against the Immunity ability, Poison, Steel, and Ground types, risky against Psychic types, effective against Grass types.
Teammates Involved: Raecius, Sandwing, Teryx, Jenga
Items Involved: None, Ground Gem, Soft Sand
Optimal Situation: Double Battles, Triple Battles
Execution: Raecius uses Earthquake. Teryx has a type immunity, and Sandwing and Jenga have Levitate. Ineffective against the Levitate ability and Flying types, risky against Water types, effective against Poison, Steel, Rock, and Electric types.
WOO! I FINISHED! I had this drafted since morning.