Kids still seem to be confused about Rare Candy. I know that the compendium states that you can't use rare candy to evolve Pichu into Raichu. However the reasoning behind this is somewhat due to the wording on Rare Candy itself: "Choose 1 of your Basic Pokemon in play. If you have a Stage 1 or Stage 2 card that evolves from that pokemon in your hand, put that card on the Basic Pokemon. (This counts as evolving that Pokemon.) In the case of Pichu, many people say that Raichu does not evolve from Pichu, but in fact it evolves from Pikachu, and therefore misses the chance to be rare candied. Let's take this to another level here. So I can't evolve Pichu that way - fine. Why is it that I can rare candy Squirtle into Blastoise? Blastoise doesn't evolve from Squirtle. It evolves from Wartortle. Not that Blastoise is used that much in the current format, though there are a few out there, but we did have a younger person want to rare candy an Elekid into an Electivire at our last City Championship. He reasoned that Elekid said it was a basic, and Electivire was in the same evolutionary line, although it didn't directly evolve from that. Can we get a clearer way to determine how to use Rare Candy, and why it can't be used on what we formerly considered babies? Perhaps an errata on Baby Evolutioned pokemon would be a good idea. Any thoughts on this?