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SoSlow's Safeway

Garage Name: SoSlow's Safeway
Feh...well this is my garage. I'm not too picky when it comes to fixing
decks, I just ask that you

1. Organize your deck list by Pokemon (try to keep babies all together), then
Trainers, then Energy

2. SPECIFY the exact Pokemon you're using. Simply put an abbreviation of the
expansion right after, if there are more than one of that Poke in the same
set (like a Neo set), then just put the level right after. BUT, if its a
card-e Pokemon, you'll need to put something to denote which version it is.
DO NOT PUT THE ID #! I'll admit I'm weird but not weird enough to memorize
those things or even bother to look up what they are. All you need to do is
make some sorta denotation about what type it is (or if the other one in the
set has the same type, HP, or an attack it has)

Feraligatr NG, Lv.69
Exeggutor AQ (Grass)
Chikorita EX (40HP)

(oh yeah, and please call EX: Ruby&Sapphire R/S or something other than

3. Give me a format. Do you want it in the style of current DCI modified? Is
it Unlimited? LC-on? Card-e On? (or if you're even crazy enough to think
Nintendo's new modified format will be EX-on O_o) It'll be impossible for
me to fix your deck without knowing the format

4. Unless you won't mind if I happen to totally change around the focus of
the deck, pop me a small strategy so I know what I'm dealing with. (And any
possible metagame worries you have)

5. When sending your deck, in the Subject of your e-mail, put " (Deck
Name/Type) - (Format)"

Thats all I ask ;)

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