Pokemon:18 3 Uxie (2 MT, 1 LA) 1 Uxie Lvl X 3 Azelf(2 MT, 1 LA) 1 Azelf Lvl X 3 Mesprit (2 LA, 1 MT) 1 Mesprit Lvl X 2 Ralts 1 Kirlia 2 Gardevoir 1 Gardevoir Lvl X Trainers:28 4 Quick Ball 4 Dusk Ball 4 Roseanne's Research 3 Premier Ball 2 Warp Point 2 Night Maintenence 2 Snowpoint Stadium 2 Energy Patch 2 Rare Candy 2 Bebe's Search 1 Luxury Ball Energy:14 14 Psychic Uxie LV.55 – Psychic – HP70 Basic Pokemon Poke-Power: Setup You can use this Power once during your turn, when you play this card from your hand onto your Bench. Draw cards from your deck until you have 7 cards in your hand. [C] Psychic Restore: 20 damage. You may return Uxie and all cards attached to it to the bottom of your deck in any order. Weakness: Psychic (+20) Resistance: none Retreat: 1 Uxie LV.X – Psychic – HP90 Level Up Poke-Power: Tradeoff You can use this Power once during your turn. Look at the top 2 cards from your deck, chose 1 of them, and put it in your hand. Then, return the remaining card to the bottom of your deck. This Power can't be used if this Pokemon is affected by a Special Condition or if you already used another Tradeoff Poke-Power on this turn. [C][C] Zen Blade: 60 damage. Uxie can't use Zen Blade during your next turn. Weakness: Psychic (x2) Resistance: none Retreat: 1 Mesprit LV.55 – Psychic – HP70 Basic Pokemon Poke-Power: Psychic Bind You can use this Power once during your turn, when you play this card from your hand onto your Bench. Your opponent can't use any Poke-Powers during your opponent's next turn. [P][P] Supernatural Power: 20 damage. If you and your opponent have the same number of cards in your hands, this attack does an additional 50 damage. Weakness: Psychic (+20) Resistance: none Retreat: 1 Mesprit LV.X – Psychic – HP90 Level Up [.] Healing Gaze: Remove 3 damage counters from each of your Benched Pokemon. [P][P] God Blast: 200 damage. Discard all Energy attached to Mesprit. If you don't have Uxie LV.X and Azelf LV.X in play, this attack fails. Weakness: Psychic (x2) Resistance: none Retreat: 1 Azelf LV.55 – Psychic – HP70 Basic Pokemon Poke-Power: Time Walk You can use this Power once during your turn, when you play this card from your hand onto your Bench. Look at all of your face-down Prize cards, then return them face-down. If you'd like, you may choose 1 Pokemon card out of those Prize cards, show it to your opponent, and put it in your hand. If you do, choose 1 card from your hand and play it face-down as a Prize card. [P] Imprison: 20 damage. The Defending Pokemon can't retreat during your opponent's next turn. Weakness: Psychic (+20) Resistance: none Retreat: 1 Azelf LV.X – Psychic – HP90 Level Up Poke-Body: Psychic Aura All of your Psychic Pokemon in play have no Weakness. [P] Deep Balance: Place a number of damage counters on 1 of your opponent's Pokemon equal to the number of Energy your opponent has in play. Weakness: Psychic (x2) Resistance: none Retreat: 1 Shinx LV.6 - Lightning - HP50 Basic Pokemon [C] Charge: Search your deck for 1 Lightning Energy card and attach it to Shinx. Shuffle your deck afterward. [LV.[C] Double Kick: Flip 2 coins, this attack does 20 damage times the number of heads. Weakness: Fighting (+10) Resistance: Steel (-20) Retreat: 1 Luxray LV.51 – Lightning – HP120 Stage 2 – Evolves from Luxio Poke-Body: Rivalry If your opponent has any Pokemon LV.X in play, all of this Pokemon's attacks do an additional 50 damage to any Active Pokemon. [C][C] Plasma: 40 damage. Attach 1 Lightning Energy card from your discard pile to Luxray. [L][L][C] Shock Bolt: 100 damage. Discard all Lightning Energy attached to Luxray. Weakness: Fighting (+30) Resistance: Steel (-20) Retreat: 0 Energy Patch – Trainer Flip a coin, if heads attach 1 Basic Energy card from your discard pile to one of your Pokemon. Snowpoint Temple– Stadium Each player's Unevolved Pokemon has its maximum HP increased by 20. A Stadium can only be put into play next to your Active Pokemon once during your turn. If a Stadium with a different name is put into play, discard this card. Ok. So, now that all translations are up, bout time for explanation: Mesprit: Obviously the nuke for the deck against the big HP Pokes, like Empo, Torterra, Blissey, etc. Also Prevents Powers for one turn, always nice, now on the flip MT side Mesprit, it gives all elves free retreat, a LETHAL part of getting the possible T2 all elves Lvl X set-up. Lvl X is also able to heal all benched for 3 damage for free. Amazingly anti-spread. Or at least stall it. Azelf: Broken as they come. Allows you to walk through your Prizes, and even scoop and replace a Prized Poke for an unneeded card, allowing more quick access to your power houses A.K.A the X's. Also able to 20 for one and hold the opponent down. Very nice. Now again on the flipside MT version, he makes all opponent's basic's attack's cost one :colorless extra, making Phione, use 2 :colorless to evolve their benched. OUCH!!! His attack also disables the opponent's Special Energy cards. Nasty little bugger huh? Only get's better with Lvl X. His Body protects all Psychic Pokes on your side from their universal weakness. Beautiful. Also, his attack snipes, with a count of how many energies your opponent has. And with multi count energy going away, that means an abundance of energy on the opponents Pokes, which means more damage. =) Uxie: The least impressive, yet still awesome of the 3 elves. The new LA basic allows once it is played, to draw a whopping possible 7 cards. Also speeds up that whole possible Lvl X spread for T2. It's attack is good for falling back on, say if it or the Lvl X are about to faint. It deals 20, then shuffles it back into the deck with it's energies. MT version, is so much better. If it is hit with an attack, that Pokemon can't use that same attack next turn, making it possible for Uxie to be an awesome stall wall, and it's attack says if you have Azelf and Mesprit out, it's 30 damage with auto sleep. NANI!? Now onto Lvl X, who's Power allows you to look at the top two cards, choose one, take it, and the other goes to deck's bottom. Nice for more search power. It's attack isn't so impressive, 2 :colorless for 60 and unable to use that attack next turn. Mediocre at best. Luxray: This card may have baffled some viewers. It's a specific counter pick to Mewtwo Lvl X, whom completely eats this deck alive seeing as un-evolved Pokemon cannot attack or throw effects it's way. Luxray's Body will kick in allowing him to do 50 extra on his attack to all actives, if your opponent is bold enough to play one Lvl X. His top attack allows him to grab his lost lightnings for another possible attack, but you shouldn't need to use him more than once, play this deck right and you can weave right around Mewtwo by killing it early, no big deal. Plus it boasts a free retreat cost for a 120 HP Stage 2. Not bad at all, and it also scares Empo Lvl X away too. Which is nice always. =p Energy Patch: Just allows a possible consecutive God Blast from Mesprit Lvl X. Hit the heads, scoop a used Psychic, throw one down from the hand, and go for another free prize. Snowpoint Temple: A must for any deck who uses basics as much as this. Gives all Lvl X's and basic's an extra 20HP to boot, which keeps someone around longer for sure, and makes Mesprit Lvl X's healing all the more effective. All in all, these buggers are awesome!!!! The synergy is sick, the power is no where near lacking, the disruption is fantastic, and it can OHKO Torterra AND it's lethal Lvl X buddy. Even Empo gets one shotted by good ol' Mesprit. And for two only. Once again, Mesprit is the nuke, Uxie enables search abilities, and Azelf protects and even battles well too with that nice snipe attack. Any ideas or possible changes are welcome, this is such a rediculously long post someone humor me.