So this is something myself and Garret Farrington were working on and I figured that, because enough people know about it already, there is no reason to keep it a secret anymore. The idea pretty much just stemmed from us talking about random stuff and a little bit of reminiscing about last year (good times, good times). Without further ado, I give you Piggly Wiggly: The Potential Format Breaker. Pokemon x22 Pachirisu GE x3 Tauros CG x1 Spoink CG x3 Grumpig CG x3 Remoraid MT x3 Octillery MT x3 Feebas d x1 Milotic d x1 Baltoy GE x2 Claydol GE x2 Trainers x22 Bebe x4 Roseanne's Research x3 Stevens x2 Wager x3 Castaway x1 Strength Charm x1 Lake Boundary x3 Night Maintenance x2 Warp Point x3 Energy x16 Scramble x3 DRE x3 Psychic x4 Water x6 Purpose Pokemon Pachirisu- Obviously it's your set-up card. Gets out your basics and also helps get rid of Cess if you really need it. The latter of these options is obviously not advised as I’m sure most of you know. Tauros- This pretty little card is in here for its ability to get rid Crystal Beach if I don’t feel like playing a counter stadium or I don’t have one in my hand at the time. He also functions as a set up card if you happen to start with him. Grumpig- Garrett and I wracked our brains for a while trying to come up with something that could beat Gallade and still have a chance against Mag and this was the best we could come up with. He’s a good cleaner. He has resistance to fire and water because of his “thick fat” poke-body and his type gives him the push vs Gallade. He forces your opponent to operate with a smaller bench which compensates for his now below average hp. All-in-all a decent card that has been overlooked. Octillery- I don’t really know what to say about this thing. It was either him or Gyarados but he seemed the superior choice for his ability to discard special energies, do decent bench damage for a stage 1, and the fact that his basic has more than 30 hp. Milotic- This is an underplayed support Pokemon (and as Bobby Malec calls it a “sexy eel”) that gives you the option of either checking out your opponents hand to decide if you want to use a wager or to recover from losing one that you play. The only downside and perhaps the reason that it isn’t played as much as it could be is because feebas is a (another Bobby quote) “stupid ugly fish” and only has 30 hp… =[ Claydol- DUH… Trainers and energy The trainers and energy seem to be pretty self explanatory so beyond what I’ve said have fun with it. Thank you for shopping at Piggly Wiggly don’t worry about Food Lion or Publix or Winn-Dixie or whatever other Grocery store might concern you. WE ARE THE BEST.