that's a decent reply. All it'd be able to do is stall, so unless i decided to run a skyarrow bridge, it'd have to waste an energy or switch or such to switch up, plus catchers can get around the latias making it kinda dead weight. i could use 4 rare candies and take out fraxure
I would never put latias through that much pain, if you have to fight a big basics deck (lando/tornadus/mewtwo) which seems to be the thing nowadays, and even after plasma freeze will still be even more playable, and even darkrai decks evening out sableye and darkrai (sableye will just hit you for 60 dmg before you even get a chance to attack, and you'll get ko'd by a sableye if it goes first and you leave it out there, 170 by the turn you get to attack, theres just no winning against darkrai decks at that point), ray/eels doesn't need an attacker with an ability playing, and my articunos punch it in the face turn 1 for 90 dmg, so at this point latias is dead weight and in most cases an easy prize, I would advise against playing it, maybe before our HTL+virbank format but now just keep it in you're binder for latias sake (I love that dragon and I don't want to see it in pain).
What I did want to say about adding haxorus into fluffy chomp was this...
2-2-3 or 4 garchomp (i'm not getting rid of gabite completely, however it's not entirely needed for garchomp/haxorus, you could just drop it because cradily's attacks doesn't benefit from having those cards in you're hand but it does benefit the turn 2 altaria which is why I left it in there at you're discretion)
3 haxorus (you could play 4 but idk if you want to play another stage 2 dragon pokemon like salamence or dragonite.
2-2 or 3-3 cradily
. Now how this works is, you ultra ball lileep into the discard, play its ability to the bottom of you're deck and then use the fossil card to grab it back, turn 2 you now can just use it's 1 energy attack to search you're deck and put a stage 2 pokemon onto the field without evolution, best part is, for each energy you have attached you cradily you can put that many stage 2 pokemon down, now this helps alot in making certain that you don't have to have those large and space consuming stage 2 lines giving you more time to setup altaria for garchomp, because to be honest playing 2 stage 2 pokemon lines in you're deck slows you're deck down dramatically, this is a future card but we will get it around August this year, and proxing the card does help decide weather you want to play it or not I figure, saves me money on cards)