I firmly believe that one of the universal goals for rogue deck players like me is to beat the BDIF, a.k.a Best Deck in Format. Two problems ensue: What is the BDIF? How do we cream its crop? (In other words, how do we beat it?) Unlike the title says, however, this is a tier list with the BDIF in bold, the most fun deck (by vote) in italics, and rogue decks that could actually be in the tier list are underlined. Unlike @AFEX's thread about Standard budget decks, these are top-built meta decks. As suggestions are made, I will update this post's tier list. Said tier list is here: Tier 1: -Buzzwole GX Variants (weak to not dominating the field) -Zoroark GX (weak to ability lock) Tier 2: -Gardevoir GX (weak to inconsistent setup) -Dusk Mane Necrozma GX/Magnezone (weak to Fire types) -Greninja BREAK (weak to Giratina Promo) -VikaBulu (weak to large HP Pokémon) Tier 3: - Tier 4: -Quad Sylveon (weak to...? -Hoopa (weak to strong 1 Prize attackers) -Salazzle GX/Lurantis (weak to slow setups) Honorable Mention (Usually Prominent Techs) -To Garbodor for its powerful ability lock -To the above Salazzle GX/Lurantis for its rogue win ratio of 20/22 wins. If you suggest a deck, suggest what deck it is ('duh' implied), suggest what it's tier is, and most importantly, what you believe that deck's biggest weakness to be. (Type weakness too, but preferably game weakness.) Note that decks with many archetypes will just be under one name: all the Buzzwole variants will be simply "Buzzwole." Let’s hop to it! Spoiler: And also: I'm not going to be trouble this time like the "dragon incident."