Well, I feel a bit silly. Had this sitting all typed up on my computer, but forgot to post it. Iron Tide and Stone Heart coming up soon! Heavy Winds (Double-Storm Rider) Pokémon: 24 2 Dragonite 4 Dragonair 4 Dratini 4 Exeggutor 4 Exeggcute 2 Skarmory Trainers: 24 2 Pokémon Center Lady 4 Professor's Letter 2 Revive 2 Steven 4 Switch 4 Tierno 2 Trainers' Mail 2 Ultra Ball 2 Wally Energy: 16 10 Grass Energy 4 Lightning Energy 2 Double Dragon Energy Strategy: This version of the deck is meant to focus on Dragonite. Exeggutor is a decent secondary attacker, made much better if you happen to go against an opponent with a deck featuring mostly Colorless-type Pokemon. Zapdos was excluded for the heavy emphasis on Lightning Energy needed for it to attack, which goes against Dragonite's needs for primarily Grass Energy. If you would prefer something more focused on Zapdos, consider the following: Thunderbomb (Double-Storm Rider) Pokémon: 22 4 Zapdos 4 Electrode 4 Voltorb 3 Manectric 3 Electrike 2 Skarmory Trainers: 24 2 Pokémon Center Lady 4 Professor's Letter 2 Revive 2 Steven 4 Switch 4 Tierno 2 Trainers' Mail 2 Ultra Ball 2 Wally Energy: 16 16 Lightning Energy ______________________________ Hailfire Peaks (Double-Aurora Blast) Pokémon: 21 4 Articuno 2 Victini 2 Salamence 4 Shelgon 4 Bagon 2 Swellow 3 Taillow Trainers: 22 4 Professor's Letter 2 Revive 2 Pokémon Fan Club 2 Steven 2 Switch 4 Tierno 2 Pokémon Center Lady 2 Ultra Ball 2 Wally 2 Winona Energy: 19 2 Double Dragon Energy 8 Water Energy 9 Fire Energy Strategy: The big basic of Articuno doesn't work all that well within the confines of this revised deck; Salamence prefers Fire Energy, as does Victini, while Articuno searches out Water. If you can get past that, and use your Professor's Letters to find the needed Fire Energy cards, the deck works smoothly enough. Don't go too far out of your way to try to get an extra Prize with Swellow, but if the opportunity presents itself near the end of the game, it's not that bad a plan.