Pokemon (20): Leafeon Lv.X x2 Leafeon (Holo) x2 Espeon x2 Umbreon x1 Jolteon x1 Flareon x1 Vaporeon x1 Eevee (CFF) x4 Claydol x2 Baltoy x2 Mew* d x1 Jirachi EX x1 Holon's Castform x1 Trainers (24): Bebe's Search x4 Professor Oak's Visit x4 Roseanne's Research x3 Plus Power x2 Time-Space Disortion x2 Night Maintenance x1 Warp Point x1 Lake Boundary x2 Premier Ball x2 Team Galactic's Wager x2 Energy (16): Double Rainbow Energy x4 Scramble Energy x2 Grass Energy x4 Psychic Energy x2 Lightning Energy x2 Water Energy x2 Strategy: Well, um... standard Eeveelution strategy? Lol. Eevee start, CFF for more Eevees. Then start setting up a Leafeon Lv.X, and Espeon, and Claydol. If a Fire deck, Umbreon, too. If a Grass deck, Flareon. If a Water deck, Jolteon. If PLOX, Flareon can help too, and power up an Espeon. Hit for big damage with Leafeon Lv.X, and then type match them, and PWN them, LOL! Claydol makes the deck, obviously, because it allows consistency in drawing into your Eeveelutions. DRE is to abuse Leafeon's attack, and, of course, for being DRE. Scramble is here, again, to abuse Leafeon's attack when losing, and for being Scramble. Holon's Castform should be obvious, attach it, and you automaticly cover Energy types of Pokemon. So, say you have Grass, Grass, and Psychic on Flareon. You can attach a Castform, retrun the Grass, Energy Forcing the Grass onto Leafeon, and attack with Flareon. Jirachi EX is simply for PLOX. 60 damage + lock Powers for 1 Energy???? AMAZING! That's what it does against a Gardy/Gallade. Then, Gardy does 60 damage, and you do 60 back, KO! It can also work as a little surprise against PLOX, because you can drop it, attach a Psychic, and smack that Gardy for 60, and lock in those Powers! :thumb: Mew*d is simply for copying attacks, and with all the Basic Energy types, it should be easy! Vaporeon is for healing, and for type matching Fire types.