Furret's Esionage Attempt

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  1. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    Furret's Espionage Attempt

    A flash of light shines through the crack at the bottom of the door
    The light clicks on and off and on again.
    A muffled bump is heard
    The light goes off again.
    Umbreon coming back from a moonlight stroll, sees cracks of light
    through the window shades.
    Umbreon stealthily moves into the house
    and silently goes up the stairs.
    Another muffled bump is heard
    The light goes off again.
    Umbreon puts up its Mind Shield so Espeon will not detect it.
    Umbreon quietly and swiftly moves thru the door.
    Furret feeling a breeze of air, turns and shines the light on Umbreon.
    Umbreon "Hi, what are you doing this late at night?"
    Furret "Espeon and Doug are asleep, so I am on a top secret espionage
    mission to uncover Doug's newest decks"
    Umbreon uses its Poke-Body "Dark Gaze" to cover Furret from detection.
    Umbreon uses its moonlight ability to make its markings provide
    the room with a soft light.
    Furret puts down the flashlight "Thanks"
    Umbreon "What have found so far?"
    Umbreon picks up a deck off the floor and starts looking at it.
    Umbreon "This one has two empty shelves, 4 Bill, 4 Professor Oak's
    Research, 4 Professor Elm, 4 Professor Birch, 2 Blaziken, and one
    each of: Poke Ball, PokeNav, Pokemon Reversal, Energy Switch,
    Mystery Plate 'Desert Burn,' and Memory Berry."
    Furret "He called that his 'Professor Deck' because it had so many
    Professors in it. He played that all last week against this deck:"
    Umbreon "This one has one empty shelve, 2 Gardevoir, 5 Basic
    Pokemon?, 4 Professor Elm, 4 Professor Birch, 4 Juggler, 4 Forest
    Guardian, 3 Seer, 2 Potion, 2 Oran Berry, 2 Traveling Salesman,
    and one each of: Lum Berry, Poke Ball, Lure Ball, Switch,
    Energy Switch, PokeNav, and Pokemon Reversal."
    Furret "He pulled a lot of cards out of those decks yesterday, Then,
    he built a new deck, and changed it four times, one right after another."
    Umbreon reaches up and pulls another deck down.
    Something stirs in the other room
    Umbreon renews "Dark Gaze" and Mind Shield.
    Furret looks at the deck.
    Furret "Oh, this is the Slaking Deck. He was working on that until yesterday."
    Umbreon "Hmmm.... Another big brute, all muscle, no brains..."
    Furret "Read the fine print."
    Umbreon read Slaking's card, shuffles thru the deck, and reads the card again.
    Umbreon "Hmm.... The Pokemon Company seems to be paying a lot
    of attention to all the cards available in different sets now."
    Furret "The words 'discard a BASIC energy' makes it hard to abuse Boost
    Energy, and its 'Slack Off' attack says 'Slakoth can't attack next turn'
    making Memory Berry good but not broken with Slaking"
    Umbreon reaches up high and pulls down another deck for Furret to look at.
    Umbreon looks thru the deck and smiles.
    Furret looks thru the deck, pauses, and thinks.
    Umbreon "This look more like a deck Doug would make. Why does he have
    those others though?"
    Furret "Those others are to get him familiar with all the new cards, judges
    have to know a lot to be good. It also helps him play testings to use unusual
    cards and combinations."
    Umbreon "Is this what you wanted?"
    Furret "What happened to the other three he built yesterday?"
    Umbreon pulls a few more decks off the shelves.
    Furret getting a little frantic shuffles thru them quickly.
    Furret pauses thinking.
    Umbreon puts the other decks back on the shelf.
    Umbreon renews "Dark Gaze" and Mind Shield.
    Furret scampers over to a stack of Notebooks.
    Furret yanks out the bottom white one.
    The other three notebooks drop back unto the shelf with loud thud.
    Umbreon flinches.
    Furret pauses, looks apologetically at Umbreon, and begins thumbing
    thru the book.
    Furret "Look at this and this and this..."
    Umbreon "This looks like a Modular Deck Design, so people can use
    it with any type of Pokemon ex they want to"
    Furret "I think he worked hard to build something people could use
    to quickly adapt to that new unofficial format people are calling Eon."
    Umbreon "That just started a tiny bit ago. What is this?"
    Furret "Oh, that was written by DMTM, it tells about sharing deck ideas
    creates new ways to play, and allows other to begin to build counter
    deck ideas..."
    Umbreon "So, sharing deck ideas helps new and even better decks surface."
    Furret "Right, and even though Doug is not saying he wants the Eon
    Format, he would like to help people be more prepared for tournaments
    in their area..."
    Umbreon turns off "Dark Gaze."
    Furret continues reading the notebook:

    4 Pokemon ex of the same color
    1 Chansey ex Ruby and Sapphire
    4 Chansey Aquapolis
    1 Blissey Aquapolis

    4 Professor Elm
    4 Professor Birch
    4 Oracle
    4 Oran Berry
    4 Potion
    4 Pokemon Nurse
    4 Warp Point
    3 Pokemon Fan Club
    3 Fisherman

    16 Basic Energy the same type as the Pokemon ex
    .

    Umbreon "I like the amount Fan Clubs, Warp Points, Elms, and Chanseys.
    Everything else has about one excess card in it, so if one needed to
    make space for a set of happiness cards there is a lot of room to trim
    things out."
    Furret "Gotta be a little careful, if someone put in Juggler, then all the
    Fisherman should stay."
    Umbreon "Using Oracle to find Birch + ? seems interesting if you only
    had two cards left in your hand."
    Furret "Copycat is always nice..."
    Furret goes and gets a lot of glue
    Umbreon "What is that for?"
    Furret "Where shall we paste this anyway?"
    Umbreon "How about Deck Help and Strategy?"
    Furret Frowns
    Umbreon ???
    Furret "We aren't really talking about Doug's Deck..."
    Umbreon sits back to patiently listen to Furret's rather
    long explanation....

    The next morning after all the glue has firmly set, Espeon wakes up
    to discover Furret's Latest Adventure...
     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2003
  2. Dark Sneasel

    Dark Sneasel New Member

    hey doug sup, hey i would fix something drop, 1 fan club, for another blissey, 3 of the basic nrgs, for 3 boost nrgys slap them on blissey then heal, and if you want a good combo play aqua espeon and pick that boosat up after you use it to heal. yyou also might want to add some traders or professor elms training method, to add to the list of professor cards and for the blisseys
     
  3. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    A week later...

    Vaporeon brings a package to Furret
    Furret "What's this?"
    Vaporeon "Umbreon gave it to me to give to you."
    Furret opens the package and peeks inside.
    Vaporeon trots over to the water faucet.
    Vaporeon turns on three diferent sprinklers at once.
    Furret glances up from opening the package.
    Vaporeon dances in the water spray.
    Furret reads the first letter:

    Dear Furret,

    Here are some more decks,
    along with some thought on them:

    Best of Luck,
    Umbreon
     
  4. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    4 Chansey Aquapolis (AQ)
    1 Blissey Aquapolis (AQ)
    1 Chansey ex Ruby and Sapphire (R&S)
    4 Lapras ex R&S

    4 Warp Point
    4 Oran Berry
    4 Potion
    3 Fisherman
    4 Oracle
    3 Fan Club
    4 Pokemon Nurse
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Professor Birch

    16 Water Energy

    Strategy:
    Build a Blissey on the Bench and use Happy Healing.
    Retreat Hurt Lapras ex back to bench and use Pokemon Nurse
    on them. Stall with Chansey at the beginning of the game.
     
  5. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    3 Slaking Ruby & Sapphire (R&S)
    4 Vigoroth (R&S)
    4 Salkoth (R&S)
    4 Chansey Aquapolis
    4 Horsea Expedition #85

    4 CopyCat
    4 Professor Elm
    3 Dual Ball
    4 Fast Ball
    4 Memory Berry
    2 Switch
    4 Warp Point

    4 Warp Energy
    2 Psychic Energy
    2 Fire Energy
    2 Fighting Energy
    2 Water Energy
    2 Lighting Energy
    2 Grass Energy

    Memory Berry is to use Slakoth's "Slack Off" attack or
    Vigoroth's "Rage" attack. The Switches, Warp Point, and
    Warp Energy is to retreat Slaking back to the bench after
    using "Slack Off" or "Critical Move." Lack of free retreating
    Basic Pokemon hurts this deck. Swellow (R&S) is very nice,
    but has to be Evolved which takes time and room.
    Horsea's attack moves it back to the Bench.
    Switch and Horsea could be removed for:
    4 Taillow and
    2 Swellow
     
  6. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    4 Chansey Aquapolis
    4 Blissey Aquapolis
    4 Lapras SkyRidge
    1 Articuno SkyRidge

    4 Desert Shaman
    4 Prof. Elm
    2 CopyCat
    2 Prof. Elms Training Method
    2 Fisherman
    2 Pokemon Fan Club
    4 Moo-Moo Milk
    4 Hyper Potion
    4 Potion
    4 Oran Berry

    15 Water Energy

    Lapras has an "Assist" attack which looks for Supporter Cards.
    Articuno is big and interesting, too bad it doesn't have a better
    "Poke-Body." This deck is full of Healing, perhaps it should be
    called the Blissey Brigade. A few Warp Point cards would be
    helpful to put hurt Blisseys on the Bench, or perhaps
    1 Dratini Expedition
    1 Dragonair Expedition
    1 Dragonite Expedition
    to leave sitting on the Bench to reduce Blissey's retreat cost
    to zero.
     
  7. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    1 Bellsprout Aquapolis #45
    1 Weepinbell Aquapolis #65
    1 Victreebel Aquapolis # 42
    4 Larvitar Expedition
    3 Pupitar Expedition
    2 Tyranitar Expedition
    2 Mew Expedition
    2 Mewtwo ex

    4 Oracle
    3 Professor Birch
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Switch
    4 Super Scoop Up
    3 Fan Club
    3 Professor Elm's Training Method
    3 CopyCat

    4 Darkness Energy
    4 Rainbow Energy
    8 Psychic Energy

    Switch versus Warp Point? Warp Point is probably better in almost
    all cases. Perhaps, Doug ran out of Warps Points to put in decks?
    This deck could use some Healing Cards, but Super Scoop Up is
    an interesting alternative. Mew hits the bench which is very needed
    now. The strange 1-1-1 lineup of Victory Bell indicates wanting
    the Pokemon Power but not wanting to waste deck space to get it.
     
  8. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    1 Hitmonchan Base (Best Promo # 2)
    1 Rocket's Hitmonchan Gym Heroes (Best Promo # 9)
    2 Groudon ex Nintendo Promo #2
    1 Hitmonlee Expedition
    1 Hitmonchan ex Ruby and Sapphire
    1 Nosepass Ruby and Sapphire
    1 Machamp SkyRidge
    1 Machamp Expedition
    1 Machoke SkyRidge
    2 Machoke Expedition
    2 Machop SkyRidge
    2 Machop Expedition

    4 Professor Elm
    4 Warp Point
    1 Oracle
    1 Professor Oak's Research
    1 Underground Expedition
    1 CopyCat
    1 Pokemon Fan Club
    1 Forest Guardian
    1 Professor Elm's Training Method
    1 Bill's Maintenance
    1 Desert Shaman
    2 Moo-Moo Milk
    2 Hyper Potion
    2 Oran Berry
    2 Potion
    2 Pokemon Nurse
    1 Fisherman
    1 Town Volunteers

    3 Bounce Energy
    12 Fighting Energy

    Machamp Expedition takes on new meaning without Double Gust.
    Most players are going to leaving a lot of hurt Pokemon on their
    bench and "Iron Fist" attack does lots extra damage because of
    your hurt bench, also its Poke-Power "Terraforming" lets you
    rearrange the top 4 cards however you like. Machamp SkyRidge
    lets you Drag Pokemon off your opponents bench. Very nice indeed.
    Ruby and Sapphire Mightyena # 10 could slow down Psychic
    types which is Machamp's Weakness. You could toss out Pokemon
    to make room for 4 Poochyena and 3 Mightyena. Add 4 Darkness
    and 1 Rainbow Energy...
     
  9. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    2 Lapras ex Ruby and Sapphire
    2 Magmar ex Ruby and Sapphire
    2 Electabuzz ex Ruby and Sapphire
    4 Rattata SkyRidge
    1 Raticate SkyRidge
    4 Chansey Aquapolis
    1 Blissey Aquapolis

    1 Strength Charm
    4 Hyper Potion
    4 Moo-Moo Milk
    4 Warp Point
    4 Bill's Maintenance
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Lady Outing
    1 Town Volunteers

    6 Fire Energy (Red)
    6 Ice Energy (Blue)
    6 Lighting Energy (Yellow)

    This deck could also read like this:

    2 Hitmonchan ex Ruby and Sapphire
    2 Mewtwo ex Ruby and Sapphire
    2 Sneasel ex Ruby and Sapphire
    4 Rattata SkyRidge
    1 Raticate SkyRidge
    4 Chansey Aquapolis
    1 Blissey Aquapolis

    1 Strength Charm
    4 Hyper Potion
    4 Moo-Moo Milk
    4 Warp Point
    4 Bill's Maintenance
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Lady Outing
    1 Town Volunteers

    6 Fighting Energy
    6 Psychic Energy
    4 Darkness Energy
    2 Rainbow Energy


    or some other triple color variation that suits you...

    Rattata is used for its attack "Call for Friends" to find the
    proper Pokemon ex that your opponent is weak too.
    Blissey is for bench sitting using "Happy Healing."
    Doug took out an extra Raticate, Blissey, and 3 Fast Balls
    in order to add extra Healing for the Pokemon ex.
     
  10. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    2 Gardevoir Ruby and Sapphire # 7
    3 Kirlia Ruby and Sapphire # 34
    2 Ralts Ruby and Sapphire #68
    2 Ralts Ruby and Sapphire # 67
    1 Blissey Aquapolis
    4 Chansey Aquapolis

    3 Fast Ball
    1 Lum Berry
    2 Potion
    2 Oran Berry
    1 Lure Ball
    1 Town Voluteers
    1 Switch
    4 Energy Switch
    4 Forest Guardian
    3 CopyCat
    4 Warp Point
    4 Professor Elm

    16 Psychic Energy

    Use Gardevoir's Poke-Power "Psy Shadow" to move Energy
    to a Pokemon you don't intend to attack with, then use
    Energy Switch to move the energy to Gardevoir.

    "Psy Shadow: Once during your turn (before you attack),
    you may search your deck for a Psychic Energy Card and
    attach it to 1 or your Pokemon. Put 2 damage counters
    on that Pokemon. Shuffle your deck afterward. This power
    can't be used if Gardevoir is affected by a Special Condition"

    Also, use Blissey's Happy Healing to heal itself up while you
    pile enery on it. Then use Happy Healing to heal Gardevoir
    while you pile energy on Gardevoir. Gardevoir's main attack
    can be very strong if it has a lot of energy.
    Town Volunteers is needed to put Energy back into the Deck.
     
  11. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    2 Blaziken Ruby and Sapphire (R&S) # 3
    2 Combusken (R&S) #28
    1 Combusken (R&S) #27
    4 Torchic (R&S) #73-best attack or #74-best HP
    3 Magmar ex (R&S)
    2 Swellow (R&S)
    3 Taillow (R&S)

    4 Oracle
    4 Dual Ball
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Professor Elm's Training Method
    4 Professor Oak's Research
    3 Pokemon Nurse
    1 Juggler
    1 Relic Hunter
    1 Town Volunteers
    1 Mystery Plate "Desert Burn" # 133
    1 Warp Point

    15 Fire Energy

    Build Blazikens quickly, you can then retreat
    Magmar ex use Pokemon Nurse then quickly power
    Magmar up again. Swellow is to annoy your opponent
    and give you a free retreater. When one of your Pokemon
    faints, push up Swellow, use Blaziken's Poke-Power
    "Firestarter" as much as possible, use Swellow's Poke-
    Power "Drive Off", then retreat and bring out Magmar ex
    or Blaziken to attack.
     
  12. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    4 Mew Expedition
    4 Rocket's Mewtwo (or Mewtwo Expedition)
    4 Mewtwo ex Ruby and Sapphire

    4 Oracle
    4 Juggler
    4 Professor Elm
    4 PokeNav
    4 Warp Point (or Switch)
    4 Energy Search
    4 Dual Ball
    4 Oran Berry (Potion, Pokemon Nurse, or Hyper Potion)

    16 Psychic Energy

    Without Cleffa's free retreating ability, Mewtwo ex has
    far less chances of powering up on turn one or two, if
    you do not draw it in your opening hand.
    Your active Pokemon would have a retreat cost of one or two,
    and you would have to put energy on it or find a switch card to
    move it out of the way to put Mewtwo ex up front.
    However, this deck is still effective and fast, making
    Evolution lines difficult to set up.

    If you want speed, PokeNav deserves a second look.
    Energy Search is in the deck to dwindle the deck quicker.
    The smaller the deck is, the more chances of finding what
    you want. If you have a nice bench and are about to Elm for
    Energy or Healing, use your Dual Balls up without placing
    Pokemon on the bench. This will thin your deck even more.
    Thinning your deck is a technique used much more often in
    Sealed Play and Draft where Drawing Power is important.

    This deck should provide quick play which will end the game
    well before you deck out.
     
  13. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    3 Houndoom SkyRidge
    4 Houndour Aquapolis # 87
    4 Chansey Aquapolis

    3 CopyCat
    3 Underground Expedition
    3 Professor Oak's Research
    3 Oracle
    4 Professor Elm
    1 Mystery Plate Delta SkyRidge # 136
    4 Healing Berry
    4 Potion
    4 Moo-Moo Milk
    4 Super Scoop Up

    4 Rainbow Energy
    4 Cyclone Energy
    4 Darkness Energy
    4 Boost Energy

    A bold and daring deck to counter Mewtwo ex.
    This deck sometimes plays without a bench!

    Houndoom attack "Lonely Fang":
    "This attack does 30 damage plus 20 damage
    times the number of your opponent's benched
    Pokemon minus the number of your benched
    Pokemon."

    By the way, if you have a bigger bench than
    your opponent, the attack still does 30 damage.
     
  14. dkates

    dkates New Member

    You do realize, Zuver, that Boost Energy would only be attachable to Houndoom, which can't use it very well, right? That being the case, I'd change the Boosts to Warp or Fire Energies.
     
  15. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    1 Crystal Lugia
    1 Crystal Ho-oh
    4 Eevee Aquapolis
    1 Vaporeon SkyRidge
    1 Jolteon SkyRidge
    1 Flareon SkyRidge
    1 Espeon Aquapolis
    1 Mewtwo ex R&S
    1 Magmar ex R&S
    1 Lapras ex R&S
    1 Electabuzz ex R&S

    4 Lady Outing
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Oracle
    4 Jugger
    2 Power Plant
    2 Town Volunteers
    4 Pokemon Nurse
    2 Fisherman

    5 Electric Energy
    5 Fire Energy
    5 Psychic Energy
    5 Water

    Looks like a Rainbow deck designed to use Crystal Pokemon,
    and take advantage of your opponents weakness.
    Power Plant lets you take advantage of Energy in your
    discard pile without helping your opponent much.
    Lady Outing certainly is a big card in this deck.
     
  16. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    1 Chansey ex R&S
    1 Mewtwo ex R&S
    2 Rocket's Hitmonchan
    4 Hitmonchan Base
    4 Shroomish R&S
    2 Breloom R&S

    4 Lady Outing
    4 Pokemon Nurse
    4 Professor Elm
    2 Underground Expedition
    2 Desert Shaman
    2 Oracle
    2 Copycat
    2 Fisherman
    2 Town Volunteers
    2 Professor Elm's Training Method
    2 Bill's Maintenance

    10 Fighting Energy
    2 Grass Energy
    2 Psychic Energy
    4 Rainbow Energy

    Breloom is interesting here. It's best attack requires one Grass
    and two Neutral Energy and does 40 plus 10 more for each
    Fighting Energy attached to Breloom.

    (A major ruling question would be what would happen if
    Breloom had 1 Rainbow Energy and 2 Fighting Energy attached
    to it. Look back at Souther Islands Mew. The Rainbow provided
    the energy requirement and was allowed to count as another
    type as well. This is because you never pick which energy
    Rainbow is, it is all energies at once. So Breloom would get to
    count the Rainbow as a third Fighting Energy making the
    total damage of the attack 70.)
     
  17. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    4 Mewtwo Expedition
    4 Tentacool AQ
    2 Tentacruel AQ
    2 Mewtwo ex R&S
    2 Lapras ex R&S
    1 Hitmonchan ex R&S

    4 Copycat
    4 Lady Outing
    4 Strength Charm
    4 Juggler
    4 Professor Elm
    2 Fisherman
    1 Town Volunteers
    2 Power Plant

    4 Fighting Energy
    8 Psychic Energy
    8 Water Energy

    Lapras ex's "Energy Ball" attack only requires one Water Energy,
    the rest can be any Energy. Tentacruel can sit on the bench and
    pile extra Energy on your opponent's Active Pokemon which will make
    Mewtwo Expedition's "Psychic" attack hit harder. Unfortunately,
    you can only attach energy if the Defending Pokemon has less
    Energy than your Active Pokemon.

    Mewtwo (Expedition)
    "Psychic" This attack does 20 damage plus 10 more damage
    for each Energy card attached to the Defending Pokemon.
     
  18. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    4 Girafarig SkyRidge
    4 Mr Mime Aquapolis
    4 Mewtwo ex R&S

    4 CopyCat
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Juggler
    4 Energy Switch
    4 Pokemon Nurse
    4 Warp Point
    4 Switch

    20 Psychic Energy

    A deck designed to take advantage of Mewtwo ex's
    "Energy Absorption" Attach up to 2 Energy cards from
    your discard pile to Mewtwo ex.

    Girafarig's "Energy Patch" Take a basic Energy card attached
    to one of your Pokemon and attach it to another.
    Girafarig's "Syncroblast" is a nice attack as well.

    Mr. Mime's Poke-Body "Energy Barrier" blocks 20 damage
    if Mr. Mime has two Energy Cards on it.

    The Pokemon Nurse and Switch cards are there to move
    Mewtwo ex back to the bench and later heal it up.
    Energy Switch is to move Energy to unhurt Pokemon.
     
  19. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    2 Politoed SkyRidge
    2 Poliwrath SkyRidge
    4 Poliwhirl SkyRidge
    4 Poliwag Expedition
    4 Lapras ex R&S
    4 Hitmonchan Base

    4 Oracle
    4 Professor Elm
    4 Juggler
    4 Oran Berries
    4 Dual Ball

    10 Fighting Energy
    10 Water Energy

    This deck combines Fighting and Water types.
    This helps cover Water's weakness and allows
    you to shift your types to counter your opponent's
    decks.
     
  20. Prof. Douglas Zuver

    Prof. Douglas Zuver New Member

    4 Wingull R&S
    2 Pelipper R&S
    2 Swampert Holo R&S # 13
    3 Marshtomp R&S # 41
    4 Mudkip R&S # 60
    2 Kangaskhan Aquapolis
    2 Lapras ex R&S

    4 Energy Search
    4 PokeNav
    4 Oran Berry
    1 Fisherman
    4 Bill's Maintenance
    4 CopyCat
    4 Professor Elm

    16 Water Energy

    Pelipper provides resistance to Fighting and with the help
    of Swampert's "Water Call: Once during your turn (before
    you attack), you may attach a Water Energy card from
    your hand to your Active Pokemon...", you could use
    Pelipper's "Stockpile" with one energy then attach
    two more energy to Pelipper the next turn and use
    Pelipper's Swallow which would do 60 damage to your
    opponent and heal Pelipper completely up.

    Kangaskhan searches for cards and is a Big Basic Neutral
    Pokemon which could be handy in any deck.
     
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