Here's the strategy of my deck. From the looks of it, it
seems like a raindance. Since the water type basics can't take a beating,
the Scythers and Farfetch'ds add some defensive barrier and punch against
those fast haymakers. The Scythers are exceptionally useful since they have
zero retreat cost and with it's resistance to fighting, it's not uncommon to
take out some Hitmos in the early part of the game. The Kangaskhan's for
extra drawing power and could last at least a few turns. For overkill
against those fighting monsters, Gyarados answers the problem.The Computer
Searches help me get the cards I need. The Energy Retrieval's for some lost
energy from any knocked out pokemon or retreats. Since it's pretty fast, I
call it a Haydancer. I've a feeling that this deck can be improved, so i'm
asking for your help if it does.

22 Water Energies
2 Double Colorless Energies

3 Farfetch'ds
2 Scythers(this is all I have)
1 Kangaskhan
4 Squirtles
1 Wartortle
2 Blastoises
2 Magikarps
2 Gyaradoses
<<Ratios is what needs to be changed here, some more Kangaskhan will help to

3 Bills
3 Professor Oaks
2 Pokemon Breeders
2 Computer Searches
3 Energy Removals
2 Gust of Winds
1 Super Energy Removal
1 Pokemon Trader
1 Switch
1 Energy Retrieval
<<Some of the cards can be swapped, like an Oak or two, combined with
Kangaskhan's Fetch you could come very close if not come to decking

Gyarados looks like your main fighter, we need another Magikarp to get him
out quickly, so lets swap out the trader for one. Take out an Oak to add
another Kangaskhan. I really think switch will help your deck out, to move
Kangaskhan and Gyarados out quickly. Swap out 2 GOW for 2 more Switch. Also
a couple potions or S. Potions keep Kangaskhan fetching longer, let's get
rid of the 1 Energy Retrieval and 1 SER to add 2 S. Potions. Get another
Comp. Search by swapping out yet another oak.

Flat Out-6
Tuned Up-9

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