SATOSHI: Well, here I am...and excuse me if I sound a little irked. My stock
boy has begun training for Pokemon Stadium, and is now whimpering in the
corner. Y'see, he challenged me an' Blastoise to a battle, and, well...let's
just say that he has learn the error in his ways.
Hi Satoshi,
Here is my 'Blizzard' Deck:-

4 Squirtle
4 Blastoise
2 Lapras
4 Articuno
2 Seel
2 Dewgong

4 Bill
4 Prof.Oak
2 Com.Search
1 Item Finder
3 Gust of Wind
4 pokemon Breeder
3 Energy Retreval

21 Water Energy

Okay, i know 21 energy sounds low for a Rain Dance deck but it works fine
for me.
I never have problems with energy. I seem to get all the cards i need and
get some great opening hands ( 1Blastoise, 1 Squirtle, 1Pokemon Breeder, 1
Articuno and 3 water energy, mmmm....). I sent it to get a final 'check-up'
before it enters any tourneys or anything.
  The strategy is to get an Articuno, slap energy on him and Blizzard to
pound the bench. I have been thinking of adding potions to heal my bench,
what do you think?

SATOSHI: Well, Let's get busy!!!
Okay, since your strategy involves articuno, we'll leave him alone. He's a
great poke, and has totally turned the raindance decks for the better.
Anyway, the only thing I want to do with the pokes is add a third seel. To
do that, we'll take out the itemfinder. The pokemon look great, so let's
move on.
The trainers look great, nothing much to do here. Good work. =D
As you said, 21 is a bit low, but that's fine. The three retrievals make up
for that.
Overall, this is a nicely made deck. I like the idea of using mainly
articuno, but putting potions in would just waste space. Good work on this

SATOSHI: Well, that's all for now. Good Luck and Happy Gaming, everyone!