2 Druddigon… I probably haven’t tested this deck nearly as much as you have if you plan on using it at the LCQ, but this seems unnecessary. First of all, RayBoar and Blastoise decks really dipped in popularity at Nationals. Also, a deck like Blastoise isn’t going to want to Black Ballista too much against a deck like this, where they only get one Prize for their attack. Also, seeing as how you play Garbodor, they will definitely want to use Keldeo EX as their main attacker because Secret Sword doesn’t discard Energy, even if you have Leafeon. You could use the space from taking out the Druddigon to add in a second Garbodor, which would probably affect the Blastoise matchup more. I would also consider taking out the Float Stones for Switch and possibly more Silver Bangle/Muscle Band. These Pokemon (most notably Flareon, your main attacker) benefit more from using their one tool attachment on something that increases Damage output than a Float Stone. Mr. Mime is debatable in this deck because Darkrai EX is not a main attacker any more, but I would say there is still enough reason to run it with Kyurem and Landorus EX still popular. One thing that I have experimented with is which Basic Energy to run. For a while, Fighting has been the most popular option and was run with cards like Landorus EX and Terrakion, but I don’t think that that is necessary anymore because of the decrease in Darkrai. Fire could be used to help the VirGen matchup, but I feel that that is already solid due to Flareon, Leafeon, Drifblim (to an extent), Garbodor and Mr. Mime. One option that I like, and I actually (ironically) saw @Chaostamer post it on the old Forums, is Suicune and Water Energy. The disruption is good, even if it is relatively easy for some decks to counter, and can give you a few turns to set up the rest of your board and get other counters ready. As chaostamer mentioned in his post, it can also help to counter Landorus EX, which has grown in popularity along with Raichu and might be more popular after Landorus/Mewtwo/Raichu/Garbodor won US Nats.