An idea from eggrolls in the BW9 Megalo Cannon thread. Basically, a zombie deck. Since the Pokemon in this deck, go to the discard pile where they use their ability to put themselves back into the hand (Exeggute) or the deck (Lileep) This deck is essentially another variant of the Weavile with Scapegoats #21 3-3 Weavile (ND Sneasel. Spiral Force Weavile) 3-3 Cradily (Megalo Cannon) 3 Venusaur 4 Exeggcute (Plasma Freeze. English set this May) 2 Sableye #29 3 Root Fossil (Megalo Cannon) 3 Juniper 2 Caitlin (Megalo Cannon) 3 Skyla 2 Colress 3 Ultra Ball 3 Level Ball 3 Pokemon Catcher 3 Switch 2 Float Stone 1 Super Rod 1 Computer Search #10 4 DPGR Blend Energy 3 Grass 3 Dark Weavile – Darkness – HP90 Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Sneasel [C] Hail: Does 10 damage to each of your opponent’s Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon.) [D][C] Scapegoats: 30x damage. You may discard as many Pokemon from your hand as you like. This attack does 30 times the number of cards discarded this way. Weakness: Fighting (x2) Resistance: Psychic (-20) Retreat: 1 Lileep - Grass - HP80 Restored - Put this card onto your Bench only with the effect of Root Fossil Ability: Call of the Ancient Once during your turn (before your attack), if this card is in your discard pile, you may place it on the bottom of your deck. [G][C] Spiral Drain: 20 damage. Heal 10 damage from this Pokemon. Weakness: Fire (x2) Resistance: Water (-20) Retreat: 2 Cradily - Grass - HP120 Stage 1 - Evolves from Lileep [G] Life Explosion: For each Energy attached to this Pokemon, search your deck for a Stage 2 Pokemon and put it onto your Bench. Shuffle your deck afterwards. [G][C] Spiral Drain: 60 damage. Heal 20 damage from this Pokemon. Weakness: Fire (x2) Resistance: Water (-20) Retreat: 2 Caitlin - Trainer Supporter Return any number of cards from your hand to the bottom of your deck in any order you like. Then, draw an equal number of cards. You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn (before your attack). Float Stone – Trainer Item Pokemon Tool: Each Pokemon can have only 1 Pokemon Tool attached to it at any time. The Pokemon this card is attached to has no retreat cost. You can use any number of Item cards during your turn. Basic strategy. This deck utilizes the upcomming Weavile's attack "scapegoats" to deal massive damage, with help from Exeggcute in the same set, and Lileep from the new Japanese set "Megalo Cannon" You first need to set up a Sneasel, but you don't want to put an Exeggute on the bench. Sableye can help with it's Junk hunt, getting back some fossil cards, level balls and ultra balls, which are essential to this deck. In order to successfully attack you will need a good supply of pokemon in you hand to discard with scapegoats. This is what Exeggute and Lileep are here for. Taking the fall for the rest of the deck, and allowing your scapegoats to reach enough damage turn 2 to knock out, pretty much anything in the format. By discarding 6 pokemon, you can deal 180 damage, enough to knock out any EX without Eviolite's/Giant Cape's. Although Exeggcute can instantly spawn in your hand after it is discarded, Lileep does not. Lileep goes to the bottom of your deck. This can work to your advantage. Using draw cards like Juniper, Caitlin and even Skyla, you can search out your Root Fossil, and activate Lileeps ability to put it at the bottom of your deck, allowing you to instantly play the card onto your bench. What you need to do now is to get Cradily up. This can be done through, draw support cards and search cards like Ultra ball. Just discard those Exeggcutes and Lileeps in your hand, for a free Ultra Ball, on the turn you can evolve. With Cradily up, you need to attack using its first attack. This will mean getting it active. If you attached a grass last turn, and attach another energy this turn you can get 2-3 stage 2 Pokemon streight into play. Enter Venusaur! This Pokemon has an ability that lets you search for any Pokemon card and it goes streight to your hand. You should be able to get at least 2 Venusaur's out using Cradily's attack. If you have 3 free spaces, you can search for 3 pokemon. The magic number in your deck, as that allows you to scapegoat 7 cards hitting over 200 damage With Cradily's job done, you need to switch back into Weavile, and after using all 3 ability's from Venusaur and all Exeggcute abilities in the discard, you will be able to deal 210 exactly every turn!! Other mentions are that Iris will help you out... alot, but has near to no use early game. but since your oponent will likely take the first few prizes, you can really rack up more damage if necessary. The only main flaw is if you loose a Venusaur then you won't be able to get as much damage off, or if someone uses Pokemon Catcher. Anything to put towards this deck idea would be appreciated, such as making the deck more consistent.