Pokemon (16) 4 Happiny 4 Chansey 4 Blissey 3 Chingling 1 Chimecho Energy (18) 6 Psychic 3 Water 3 Holon WP 2 Cyclone Energy 4 Boost Trainers (11) 3 Pokedex -or- ER2 ... debating 2 Night Maintance 3 Warp Point 3 Windstorm Supporters (14) 3 Scott 3 Holon Mentor 3 Celio's 3 TVR 2 Prof. Rowan -or- TGW Stadiums (1) 1 Drake's Stadium Strat: Start with Chingling & then possibly draw with Chimecho. Build and start attaching energy to a Blissey on the bench. Her power is optional. If you can use it then do so, but it's not really a problem to go without, either building skipping Happiny or in the face of Cess / BF. You get early basic energy in the discard via TVR or Mentor. Then you start brining up Bliss after Bliss and attacking. Scott over Castaway since there are no tools. Drake's is there mostly as a counterstadium since you can search for it specifically with Scott while Windstorm & such are more random. Holon WP, Cyclone Energy, & Warp Point are the main disruption. With free retreat it's pretty easy to get rid of status conditions. You are also free to retreat, WP to get rid of active Cess & put your powered Bliss active again. I've found Pokedex to be much better than expected in this deck. It really does speed things up significantly. ER2 is potentially more disruptive but the deck is noticeably slower without the Pokedex. Note: I haven't really seen a need for Delcatty in this deck. Sure the cat works ... heck, she's one of my favorite Pokemon ... however if you make room for a significant cat line then your deck becomes more dependant on her for speed and thus more susceptible to Cess, BF, and such. My preference is to try to build without her when possible at least early on in the season when I think that Cess and power disruption will be pretty popular.