Unlimited so sue me, and no Slowking nor Sneasle here so this has a chance. Pokemon(12): 3x Pichu (SS) 3x Pikachu (Tin Version) 3x Raichu EX 3x Cleffa (NG) Trainers(30): 3x Oak 3x Oak's Research 3x Recall 3x Wally's Training Method 3x CPU Search 3x Item Finders 3x Gold Berry 3x SER 3x GoW 3x TV Energy(18): 4x Recycle 14x Lightning Energy Why Oak's Research? I took a tip from someone on the board. While I use to play Elm, I thought about it more in depth, its like an oak's research with the ultimate draw back. Why shoot myself in the foot? So yeah... Pokemon Nurse: Simple, Raichu EX discards all of its energy after it uses the super attack so its only natural to heal it in between the attacks. Recall: This is where it shines in speed. Pichu's attack is to take 2 energy cards from the discard pile and puts it on a Pokemon of your choice. Well with recall you can use that attack during the Raichu EX stage. Which makes it so you can power this up fully every turn. "Rare Candy or Wally's Training Method? I can't decide. While one offers speed, the other offers a search but it has to be in your deck, and yes I have run into the problem where all of my Raichu were in my hand and I had the useless Wally's Training in my hand." EDIT: I will so use Wally's Training based on this Ruling: Q. Can I use Wally's Training on a Pokémon that has already evolved normally that turn? A. Yes. Wally's Training can break the rules for normal evolution in that case. It also can allow a player to evolve a Pokémon the first turn it is in play, except for the very first turn of the game (for each player). In order for Wally's Training to break the "first turn of the game" evolution, the card would have to specifically say so. (Sep 26, 2003 PUI Rules Team) Therefore I can Evolve my Pichu into Pikachu using the baby Power, then use Wally's Training to evolve it in to Raichu EX. Fixes?