>From: "Casey Joey" <pokeboys@hotbot.com>
>To: zluther@hotmail.com
>Subject: Green Thumb
>Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 19:08:55 -0800
>Z, thank you for reading this mail, you don't need to post it, though I
>would appreciate it.  I have been playing for a while and have made a
>decent deck.  I modified it when fossil came out and haven't tested it
>Here is my Deck Idea: Green Thumb
>Energy: 24
>20 grass energy
>4 Dble. Colorless energy
>Pokemon: 21
>4 Nidoran Female
>3 Nidoqueen
>4 Meowth
>3 Persian
>3 Grimer
>2 Muk
>2 Scyther
>Trainers: 15
>4 Computer search
>3 Pokemon Breeder
>4 Bills
>2 Oaks
>2 plus Power
>  The basic strategy of the deck is to get out a persian, Nidoqueen, or
>scyther quickly.  The get out Muk to control Damage Swap,  Gengar Decks,
>Blastoise, and Areodactyle decks.  Though it is a grass deck it also
>functions as a haymaker.
>Thanks A lot,
>Joey Marion at pokeboys@hotbot.com
I kinda like this!  But I do have a few suggestions.

First, Nidoqueen is a waste of paper.  Use Nidoking, and you'll be getting

Meowth and Persian?  Hm... ya know, Jiggly/Wiggly might be better here. 
They would certainly give you another beatdown poké to rely upon.

Your trainers look quite good, but you can drop a Bill for another Scyther. 
You're lookin' good, so keep it up.


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