Hmmm....9 o'clock sharp. Gotta make sure everything's perfect. Leather
couch is all shiny..picture of Carl Jung is hung stright. Good. And here's
the first patient!!!
Welcome. I'm Dr. Crash. Have a seat on the shiny couch without slipping
off and tell me what the trouble is.
>the theme of my deck is to attack early with Jigglypuff or stall using
>then build up Charizard, Ninetales, or Flareon for fast and easy kills.
>evolve to Wiggly tuff to deal an easy 60 damage if I don't have any of my
>bigger Pokemon around. Sometimes of I don't get the cards i want i stall
>a Ninetales and heal him so i can build up my benched Pokemon. I KNOW I'M
>SO FAR I'VE BEEN ABLE TO RIP THROUGH EVERYTHING THAT COMES AT ME, BUT I
>TO KNOW IF THIS DECK CAN BE IMPROVED.
>3 SUPER POTION
>1 POKEMON BREEDER
>1 POKE CENTER
>2 MYSTERIOUS FOSSIL
>24 FIRE ENERGY
>4 DOUBLE COLORLESS ENERGY
Ok, a very aggressive deck, yes. We just need to channel that
aggression better. Let me show you some techniques.
Right off the bat I notice that the Aerodactyl lineup seems out of
place. In a deck containing multiple evolutions, you certainly do not want
to prevent yourself from getting that Flareon or Charizard out. Drop the
Mysterious Fossils and Aerodactyl. That brings you down to 60 cards. You
were 3 over not 4.
From here I can tell that you're burning a lot of Fire Energy. Remove
the Vulpix/Ninetales family and put in 3 Fossil Magmars. The new Magmar has
good early game potential and comes with almost just as many HP as
Ninetales. He will hold off critters until your big guns come out.
Your Charizard lineup is fine, but your Flareon family needs some help
too. I would suggest putting in another Eevee and Flareon. You should not
have just 1 of any Pokemon as a general rule.
The Jigglypuff/Wigglytuff family is a nice twist. Jiggly is great
early in the game and Wiggly can dish out damage later on. Great! Leave them
As for your Trainers...I think this is why you might be having
problems. Fire Pokemon burn lots of Energy off and using Super Potions isn't
helping them. Ditch all 3. Replace them with Gusts of Wind. Trust me.
There's a reason everyone uses them. Lose the potions as well. They're not
bad, but Fire is an offensive type. Focus on the attack.
Lose the Pokemon Center. It screws you worse than Super Potions do.
Keep the Bills, add 2 Professor Oaks and 1 more PokeMon Breeder.
Here's a revised decklist to use.
2 Professor Oaks
2 Pokemon Breeders
3 Gusts of Wind
3 Magmars (Fossil)
24 Fire Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy
There. Your problem is cured. Your deck will be much more aggressive and
you will now be able to crush your opponents more thoroughly. Beware
Raindance decks however. They'll rip you apart if you act too hastily.
Please pay my secretary on your way out. She takes all major credit
cards and of course cash. And wipe the leather couch oil off your butt. It