DISCORD SHOULD BE YOUR FIRST STOP FOR RMTs ((Please post your team in a hastebin/pastebin when you do post in the Discord)) Welcome to the Rate My Team (RMT) thread! This will be the sole home to RMTs on Trainer Tower at the moment. If we find this to be an inadequate solution, we will look at introducing a separate RMT section. Any individual threads made for your own Rate My Team, will be deleted. We hope that users will not only make their own posts here, but help one another just as they seek their own help. This being said, we strongly encourage users to utilise the discord room. A few minutes of live help, can often solve problems multiple posts would need. To maintain this thread, and see that it doesn’t fall into a giant void of messy text, we ask you to follow these rules. Failure to follow these rules can result in your post being deleted without warning. Generally, the more work you put into your post, the more likely and willing people will be to help. Remember; everyone is learning and whilst this thread offers you the chance to give constructive feedback, it does not give you the chance to personally criticise. Laws of the RMT thread: Present your team in the standard PS export-import format, this includes a full team of six Pokemon with EVs, items, moves etc. You should have already played a bunch of games with your team so it should be on PS. Playing with your team prior to posting a RMT will help you find problems, that you can ask others for help solving. Provide us with an insight of your team! The more information you give; the better people can you help! This should include the general strategy of your team, why you picked your Pokemon, their moves, items, etc. Maybe you would like to explain certain matchups you are struggling with or why you find yourself asking for help. Sprites can be added by clicking on the ‘circle P’ button, and adding the name of the Pokemon in lower case. One can also find sprites on the main site, namely under the results section. You can open the image in a new tab, and change the numbers at the end according to the national PokeDex number. RMTs are an excellent way to give back to the community, improve your own knowledge of the game and seek out help from other players. In fact, I remember my own RMT from 2012! Here’s to many successful RMTs and player growth! Best of luck, and thank-you!