Yes, I did six rather than five last time, so this time I'll do four.
So, as previously mentionned, starting this list is:
Given my previous rant about how less trained Pokémon turn out worse, you'd have expected to see Primeape lower down the list, but I have good reason for this. Primeape was shown as strong from the start, with anger issues on top. Secondly, Primeape's moveset is better than the rest of the bottom 7, with Mega Kick, Seismic Toss and Thrash (Scratch too), making it alright for inter-rival battles. Thirdly this guy won a whole tournament by himself, beating the reigning champion, which proves it to be good. Finally, Primeape has been in training for hundreds of episodes (possibly a lot less) and could be a beast by now.
Moving up (or down) to #37, is:
I myself was surprised to find Scraggy this far down my list, but it is for a good reason that he is put so far down. He hasn't been showcased much since maturing, which I personally place at the Icirrus gym battle, where he stops being treated like a baby. Of his two powerful moves, one he can't control, and the other is highly dangerous. He was shown to be quite good, getting to the semi-finals in Don Battle, and beating Brycen's Vanilite, but he isn't true Top 35 material.
Next, at 36th is:
Again, a surprise entry, given how much screentime this guy's had, on top of his powerful Hydro Pump. The reason for putting him here is his plushy/comedy relief status on Ash's Unova Team. As I said on my last post, he is like a slightly powered-up Totodile. He was a good member of Ash's team until it became swamped with reserves, and if it hadn't been for the amount of reserves that Ash after BW030 he would have stayed that way. However, after Clay's gym battle he went down a long way, to just a plushie.
Last one of the day, at number 35
Bayleef never did much for me. She was at first a terrible battler, but, again, got a lot of screentime. She had a few good moments, winning against Chuck single-handedly, and beating Harrison's Houndoom, but she was never a true battler. Her moveset is a generic grass-type set, but without a powerful SolarBeam or Leaf Storm to plump it up. Maybe Bayleef deserved higher, maybe she deserved lower, who knows? As it is, she never really shone out, and she probably never will.