Yeah that list is just how different types can deal with Aegislash, not mons that render Aegi close to useless. All those calcs are done against the same EV spread, with 252 HP and 252+ SpD (The most common set that I see) . A lot of those 2HKOs will become OHKOs against an offensive Aegi. (Also mixape with close combat and fire blast=rip steel.) Most players will use Fusion Bolt/Another coverage move with Victini when a Heatran switchin is expected. Most variants can 2HKO heatran, thus killing it before it does anything (Most Victini is scarfed). There is just nothing else in steel that can take V-create. Just nothing. Tbh I still say while Aegislash is a top mon, it isn't absolutely broken. Most good players can play around it. Lack of reliable recovery wears it down quickly, since steel doesn't get any clerics and support mons. A lot (I mean a really, really LOT) of Aegislash's survivability depends on Heatran being alive. And doing a little comparison again (Don't call me a noob for this), Heatran can run more sets (Substitute, Taunt, Scarf sweeper, Special wall, Rocks support etc etc) and checks a lot of mons, and makes some moves (Will-o-wisp, fairy moves) utterly unusable till it goes down. Aegislash seriously doesn't do much more than that. It runs a variety of sets, it checks a lot of things, but it still has it's weaknesses. So I'm still anti-ban. By the way since Mega Metagross (Now THAT, is broken) will likely get banned after this, steel monos are just going to plummet from their seat of glory. They lose quite a lot of it's power if both Aegislash and MegaGross gets banned. And then soon, we will be down to suspecting Talonflame(For almost guaranteeing victory against grass/fighting/bug) and other flying mons, as flying (and probably psychic and dragon (I mean, how broken is Kyurem-B?) as well ) monos are going to run rampant after those 2 are banned. So maybe, a test ban of both Aegislash and MegaGross (Just banning Aegi probably won't change too much) will show how much the metagame is affected by the bans, and if it still remains stable after the test bans, feel free to make the bans permanent.