Going in to the city Championships, a player muse be familar with his deck, and familiar with some of the decks he going to be playing against. In the city Championships three of the most common decks are going to be: 1) Garde Ex/Garde 2) Blaziken/Rayquaza/Delcatty 3) Ampharos/Rayquaza/Blaziken These are going to be the most common, and IMO the strongest. In the city Championships consistency is going to be key. All of these decks are very consistent, and can stand up to almost anything thats made especially to beat them. If your deck is not consistent and isnt usually setup around the same time every game you should rethink it or add cards that make it faster. All 3 of these decks have two common principles that can be turned into a weakness. All of these decks are reliant on Pokemon Powers, and Ex Pokemon. This deck will fair very well against these decks and probably do good against red face paint decks. -23- 4 Slakoth 2 Vigogroth 4 Slaking 2 Scyther Ex 2 Wobbuffett 3 Mewtwo Ex 2 Skitty 2 Delcatty 2 Dunsparce Energy 13 7 Psychic 6 Grass Trainers 24 4 Oak Research 4 TV Reporter/Juggler or 2/2 3 Rare Candy 3 ER2 3 Switch 3 Warp Point 2 PETM 1 Town Volunteers 1 Low Pressure System The Pokemon are kina wierd. I never playtested this deck, I just thought of it a few hours ago. Slaking is a powerful pokemon, and Critical moce is a strong attack. Focus on getting Slaking out as fast as possible, with Delcatty, PETM, and RARE CANDY. You could possibly dorp the Delcatty down 2/2 and run 3 of either Mewtwo Ex of Scyther Ex.You may not even need Delcatty if your confident about the speed of your deck. Scyther Ex, Mewtwo EX, and Wobbuffett are all great counters for Garde Ex. Especially since Garde Ex is weak to Psy and grass. Since your using grass and Psychic energy kecleon would be a nice addition to the deck b/c it could OHKO Garde Ex.