3 Charmander
2 Charmeleon
1 Charizard (I think he's a good Anti-hay, because Scyther has a weakness to
him, and Char has resistance to Hitmonchan)
3 Bulbasaur
2 Ivysaur
1 Venusaur (Energy Trans, Pokecenter. Works Great.)
4 Squirtle
3 Wartortle
2 Blastoise (Raindance, to load up quick.)
<<The first thing I noticed is that your deck doesn't have much strategy.
The Venusaur and Charizard combination is good, but you're not going to have
much use for Blastoise.>>

3 Pokecenters
4 Energy Retrievals
2 Breeders
2 Comp search
<<Breeders are a very nice addition, some of the energy retrievals could go
for some more needed trainers.>>

10 Water
8 Grass
6 Fire
<<All and all you have 28 energy, but if you're playing with Charizard here
then you'll need at least 10 fire energy.>>

When I started making this deck, I didn't mean for it to be a Charmander
squirtle bulbasaur deck, but that's the way it turned out. This deck
probably isn't a very good Anti-hay, but I made it because I'm in the
Trading Card League, and almost everyone there plays Haymakers with Scyther,
Hitmonchan, and Electabuzz. Please help this deck so that I can earn my
"Badge" Faster. Thanks.

Well I would suggest adding a couple strong basics and making this a
Charizard/Venusaur deck. So let's take out the entire Blastoise evo. which
gives us 9 open spots. Let's add on to Charizard and Venusaur by making
their ratios each 4-3-2. That took up 6 spots, let's take out one energy
retrieval to add 4 Koffings. Koffing is a great Haymaker(or any deck for
that matter) fighter and his attack is very annoying(who can say no to both
heads and tails?) you'll find he helps alot. Finally get rid of all the fire
and water energy and make it grass(you can use Charizard's Energy Burn power
to make the grass energy fire).

Flat Out-6
Tuned Up-8

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