Well yeah, I'm fully aware of that. It brings up another good point about the type issue that BW has. While it seems like utter insanity to use Gliscor against an Ice-type Gym Leader, Gliscor had useful moves like Fire Fang and X-Scissor that made up for the inherent type disadvantage - and to a lesser degree Staraptor and Grotle had similar strengths in that regard. That's what I meant about Ash having his own hidden, unique strategies in DP that weren't obvious to the rest of the cast, which is what made his battles in DP particularly fun to watch.
BW doesn't really have this complexity at all, because nearly all of his Unova Pokemon have terrible movesets. Most have this awful four-move pattern (if they even have four to begin with) where it's three moves of their matching type and one shitty Normal-type move. To be fair Ash hasn't had stellar movesets for many of his Pokemon even before BW, but it wasn't until now that it was really this bad. Unfezant, Oshawott, Pignite, and Snivy (who hasn't learned a new move since freaking BW010) all follow this pattern. To a lesser degree it's the same with Palpitoad (who only has 3 known moves) and Scraggy (2 Fighting, 2 Normal). The only ones with even remotely diverse movesets are Krokorok, Boldore (while Flash Cannon is okay, it's kinda weird for Boldore to have it... and Rock Smash is boring as hell), and Leavanny (whose excuse I presume is because it's dual-typed, but most of its moveset is bland in terms of what moves it has).
Add in the fact that Ash seems he couldn't care less about type logic and strategy to unreasonable lengths in BW, and that just adds up to a crappy team with crappy, if any strategy put to their battles at all, and they just keep cramming that "type advantages aren't everything!" down our throats both from Ash's behavior and Iris & Cilan constantly talking about it while Ash battles. Skyla's little quirk would have been a LOT better if this crap hadn't been hammered into us constantly before she appeared. Now it feels like BW is a part-time PSA about not exaggerating the importance of type logic, only it's doing it wrong and being super annoying to boot with no ends to justify the means whatsoever.