When I first started playing, I bought the Jimmy Ballard Eeveeloutions deck. It's still my fav deck of all time. When I heard there were new eevee cards and immediately began planning. This is what I have so far. Pokemon:20 4 Phione 4 Eevee 2 Leafeon 1 Glaceon 1 Leafeon lv x 1 Glaceon lv x 2 Espeon 1 Umbreon 3 Vaporeon 1 Flareon Trainer:24 3 Night Maintenance 1 TSD 2 Lake Boundary 1 Dawn Stadium 2 Roseanne's 3 POV 3 Celio's 2 Dusk Ball 2 Warp Point 2 Windstorm 3 Plus Power Energy:16 2 Multi 8 Water 4 Grass 2 Fire The strategy here is to have an eevee start with a benched phione. Start with an energy to eevee andd Call For Family and get out all of your eevees. Next turn, retreat eevee and energy to Phione and Wish For Evolution to speed up your eeveeloutions. If your Phione survives the next couple of turns, retreat and try to pull out a leafeon or glaceon, depending on your hand, and level up. If you can't really do that, bring in Vaporeon. Pesonally, I think Vaporeon is the best because you can either heal on bench, or discard your opponents energy. If you have a choice between leafeon and glaceon, do leafeon for energy acceleration. Hopefully, espeon will be boosting HP and umbreon will give free retreat, so just free retreat your level x and send up a vaporeon to stall and heal. When vaporeon starts to take a beating and your bench is all charged up, bring in leafeon lv x to do a clean sweep with Fresh Leaf Dance. When leafeon is getting low, bring in (whoever is on your bench, glaceon or flareon) and see if you can finish it up. Lake boundary is for Gardy Gallade and Magmortar to get rid of those heavy hitters quickly. Dawn stadium is to keep the level xs and vaporeon in longer. Night maintenance to recycle your eevees. Windstorm for pesky Cessations. Warp point to put in your opponents staller and bring out their weak basic. Dusk ball for maximum evolution each turn. What do you think?