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*has been poked with a stick* gah, I'm up, I'm up.
Moving right along... ;)
Hello Satoshi!^_^ Hope you could fix and improve this deck.Its called
Now on with the deck.(This deck is base on the Team Rocket format)
The main motive of this deck is to destroy most babies and low hp pokemon
along with the active pokemon in a turn using the massive FLAME WHEEL
Layout of this deck.
4 Cyhdaquil(Fire works)
4 Quilava(4 Char)
3 Typhlosion(Flame Wheel)
2 Magmar(neo)
2 Sneasel(neo revalation)
2 Cleffa
17 Fire energy
2 Time capsule
3 Rocket Secret Exp
2 Pokemon Breeder Fields
2 Prof.Elm
3 Double Gust
3 Gold Berry
3 Transparent Walls
3 Master Ball
3 Nightly Garbage Run
1 Ecogym
Hope ya tune this deck as soon as possible!^_^
Hmm. I count 59 cards, which means we're one shy of a legal deck. No
worries; we'll fix that as we go along.
As always, we'll start with the Pokémon. I like how you've structured your
evolution line; a 4-4-3 line is solid and should get you the cards you need
when you need them. I do think that we can find better secondary attackers.
As of now, we have two Neo: Genesis Magmar and two Neo: Revelation Sneasel.
This, while not terrible, can be improved. Since you mentioned that this
deck is following the "Team Rocket format" aka Modified, I can only assume
you'll be participating at the WCSTS or similar events. If this is the case,
then there are a few things we should expand upon.
First and foremost, the sts decks are almost all centered around three
concepts: Speed, the Strategy of the deck, and TecH. Your strategy is fine,
but the other two areas could use some work. Let's play around with our
reserve hitters and see what we can come up with. We're gonna want to start
from scratch, so ditch the two Magmar and the two Sneasel. I see you've got
two Cleffa in this deck already; that's a great start. We'll use our vacant
space to add a third Cleffa. Nearly every deck should have 2 or 3 of these
little buggers, IMO. We still have a good four spaces, which should serve
sufficient for this deck.
Another force in modified that will definitely wreak havoc on this deck if
we're not prepared is Feraligatr and his "RipTide" decks. Unfortunately, the
only way we have to truly protect against the big croc and his friends is
one of the assorted grass-type basics wit colorless attacks. Two different
choices shine here: Neo: Discovery's Caterpie, and Gym: Challenge's
Giovanni's Nidoran (F). While they both have their upsides, I think I'll put
the Nidoran into this deck for the sake of a basic that _isn't_ weak to
fire-after all, we don't want to leave ourselves unnecessarily open to
another Typhlosion deck. And Caterpie has the nasty fire weakness, so in
goes a lone Giovanni's Nidoran (F).
Along with our grass-type friend, we're going to pop in a lone Elekid for
those times that we need to stall for time while powering up something on
the bench. Also joining our party is Brock's Mankey lv10. Taunt is great for
suckering powerless energy-hogs into the active position, and having no
retreat is super. One last card I'd like to suggest is that of Blaine's
Charmander lv16. His Kindle attack is killer in any deck, especially in an
enviornment where energy hogs rule. We'll use our vacant space for one of
-2 Magmar
-2 Sneasel
+1 Cleffa
+1 Giovanni's Nidoran (F)
+1 Elekid
+1 Brock's Mankey lv10
+1 Blaine's Charmander lv16
Now it's onto the Trainers. This is where we'll pick up the speed of this
deck a little bit. Junk the Time Capsule, Pokémon Breeder Fields, and
Rocket's Secret Experiment for two more Professor Elm, three Misty's Wrath,
and two Focus Band. We've just sped this deck up greatly, and I'm sure you
find you'll be able to get to the cards you need a lot faster now. I'd also
like to suggest the removal of the Gold Berry and two Master Ball for one
more Ecogym, a third Focus Band, and three Erika's Kindness to help when
Transparent Walls doesn't make an appearance.
-2 Pokémon Breeder Fields
-3 Rocket's Secret Experiment
-2 Time Capsule
-3 Gold Berry
-2 Master Ball
+2 Professor Elm
+3 Misty's Wrath
+3 Focus Band
+3 Erika's Kindness
+1 Ecogym
Finally, we're moving onto the Energy. I'd like to make one Fire Energy into
a Recycle Energy to aid in annoying the opponent with Blaine's Charmander.
-1 Fire Energy
+1 Recycle Energy
And there ya go. Good luck with this deck; I hope you find the fix to your
satisfaction. :) is here to provide guidance to all Pokemon trainers out there.  Whether it's the Gameboy Game, N64 or the Trading Card Game, provides all the wisdom you desire. 

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