I heard Rico likes Gengar, so I whipped this up. It's pretty funny, and by no means is it well-tested, but it's promising. 4-3-4 Gengar 3-3 Bronzong MD 2-2 Claydol =21 4 Call 4 DRE 2 Cyclone 5 Psychic =15 4 Rare Candy 4 Moonlight Stadium 2 Celio's 3 Dusk Ball 3 Master Ball 3 Pokedex Handy 910is 2 PokeNav 3 Warp Point =24 Strat: Your ideal start is Gastly with a Call energy, who will go fetch Bronzor and Baltoy. After that, you will want to set up Gengar w/ DRE, Bronzong, Claydol, and a Moonlight Stadium, which should be easy to find thanks to the trainer-speed deck-thinning engine. Gengar will spread 4 damage counters anywhere, then switch out to Bronzong, who is a Cursed Stone on legs. Next turn, Bronzong has free retreat thanks to Moonlight, so you can do it all over again. It is possible to have all of this set up in 2 or 3 turns because the trainers find everything you need. DRE on Gengar is amazing, because it's damage counters and not damage, and Bronzong doesn't care that it's attack only does 50 instead of 60. Moonlight even acts as a counter to Crystal Beach! Skittles looks like a really good match-up for the deck in so many ways it's not even funny...you don't do damage to Ho-Oh, so Phoenix Turn NEVER works. Everything has powers once it's set up, so Bronzong basically says do 10 to everybody in between turns. Bronzong even resists Ho-Oh, and Gengar resists Togekiss. HOW PRO IS THAT? This list is far from done, so please fix and discuss!