Amazing Eon Tourney Deck #1: Blaziken

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Tyranitar666, Oct 3, 2003.

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  1. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    Ok, I am going to start posting the best decks I develop for the new format here, and I am quite sure that most of these will be among the top decks in the format. Here we go with my personal favorite, Blaziken TecH.

    4 Torchic
    4 Combusken
    4 Blaziken
    3 Vulpix
    3 Ninetales
    3 Skitty
    3 Delcatty

    16 Fire

    4 Oracle
    4 Juggler
    4 Copycat
    2 Fan Club
    1 Town Volunteer
    2 Switch
    2 Hyper Potion


    Basically this deck gets as many Blaziken going as possible. Using Delcatty and Juggler to obtain incredible speed, you also get Fire energy discarded so Blaziken may return them to play. Using the ability to effectively power any Pokemon in one turn, you attack either repeatedly with Blazikens not only destroying their active Pokemon, but dealing 10 damage to all of their Benched Pokemon, or with Ninetales, whose attack can deal infinite damage depending on the Fire energy discarded. Attach 6 energy ( easily 2 turns in preperation ) and KO even a Gardevoir EX. Basically this deck replaces Big Fire of the previous MFs, and it does not lose the ability to both swarm and one hit ko. It is my choice for the archetype to beat. I do not say its the best archetype, but one that alot of decks need to be compared to, as it is both common knowledge and very effective.
     
  2. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Nice! About the only thing it doesn't do is cover your Weakness to Water.
     
  3. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    har haer

    Water is not really a huge factor once you get set up as you have so many more threats than they do. You usually end up sacrificing a few prizes to get set up, but once you do, especially without any Gusting effects, you can consistantly defeat water. Not to mention Ninetales still One Hit KOs any water pokemon. Still, Water is this decks biggest threat, but like Entei Cargo and Big Fire before it, it can still compete strongly with them.
     
  4. Dek

    Dek New Member

    And which skitty are you using, may I ask?
     
  5. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    Um, I use the 50 HP one just because it REALLY doesnt make a huge difference -_- As for the Torchics, go 50 HP as well, although I am TECHNICALLY using the 40 HP one cause Im showing off my promos -_- So yeah, when its not a main attacker or part of a key strategy, HP count wins over other attributes basically. ( Besides retreat cost if one has a zero, which is not the case here )
     
  6. League Leader Terry

    League Leader Terry New Member

    Which Combusken, Delcatty, Vulpix, and Ninetails are you using? Admittingly with the last two, I'm not sure if there's more than one in EON.
     
  7. dkates

    dkates New Member

    On the Delcatty, he's apparently using the Rare. The others, I can't know.
     
  8. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    The Vulpix I could care less, use whatever, it doesnt affect the deck any. Delcatty is easily the rare, aka, the best card in the format. Its like asking to label which Cleffa you use...

    The Ninetales is the EX one. Judging by my description of its attack I was hoping it would be clear enough, but Im sorry for not listing those. Blaziken is the holo btw. Combusken again, it doesnt matter which one.
     
  9. Scizor

    Scizor New Member

    Cool Chris you unleashed this beastly deck..... It is pretty good and you are right it does have somewhat of a shot against GoDevoir w/e u want to call it. Have you tried Rare Candy at all, or is it unplayable with the draw? Anyway great deck as usual and i guess we got what we wanted with EON!
     
  10. MonkeyMan

    MonkeyMan New Member

    its a beastly deck if it gets setup but thats the problem I see is that realistically you need delcatty, blaziken, blaziken up for this deck to be effective. I just cant see that realistically happening with the draw today but I cant say since I havent tested it. Nice deck and all chris

    ~Minkey
     
  11. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    Monkey- The draw works surprisingly well and it DOES get that set up rather fast, as once you get a Delcatty out you practically win. Than Oracle becomes a double Comp Search. I will have 2-3 Blaziken out by turn 4 almost EVERY game. And even if you get a slightly slower start, just sacrifice a few prizes as getting set up is worth it every time. And Scizor- I say the deck has MORE than a shot vs Gardevoir. First of all, Gardevoir EX has 2 forms of attack, the hand size and the nrg. The nrg one is the one I fear most. Hand size can be taken down, and it cannot OHKO my guys as long as I consciously try and control my handsize. That attack can, to a degree, be played around. The 2nd attack may as well, but is still entirely in your opponents hand. Thankfully, I can easily Ninetales any Gardevoir EX that has 4 NRG on it to attack with. Thats 2 prizes and a large set back. I say this deck has a distinct ADVANTAGE over Gardevoir,w ith the inclusion of Ninetales. Before hand, the deck could beat Gardevoir but was a fairly obvious underdog. Now Id say this deck should win 75% if not more.
     
  12. Fawkes0126

    Fawkes0126 New Member

    Nice deck, bad screenname.
     
  13. HYPER EEVEE

    HYPER EEVEE Iron Chef - Master Emeritus

    Use rare candy
     
  14. Am Pm

    Am Pm New Member

    how about playing pokebreeder to get Blaziken out faster.
     
  15. GymLeaderPhil

    GymLeaderPhil New Member

    I playtested this deck today against Rending Jaws Gatr with Wailord ex, a Sceptile varient, and Scizor (just for kicks). Rending Jaws Gatr really gave me the most problems targeting my Blazikens on the bench and Wailord ex recovering from Gatr's Power. But that's to be expected with the weakness. Hyper Potion was a nice touch and I'll probably end up adding that to any deck including Mewtwo ex from this point on. Great deck, no changes. :thumb:
    -Phil
     
  16. GOROY

    GOROY New Member

    If you wanted, you could somehow fix Gardevoir ex into the deck too.
    4 Blazikens=40 more damage with Psystorm. :lol:
     
  17. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    Bad screen name? How so? I used it when Gold and Silver first came out...you know, back when I used to think Pokemon was cool. And if your against the 666 in the name, I could care less. Im not a satanist, Im atheist, I dont believe on god OR satan.

    And the deck DOES beat Gardevoir EX. Yes, they can attack with normal Gardevoir but they deal so much less damage that it is not even a threat to you. TRUST me.
     
  18. MonkeyMan

    MonkeyMan New Member

    Fulop this deck is pretty dang good I tested it today and have come with 2 versions

    4 Torchic
    4 Combusken
    2 Blaziken w/ The good power
    2 Blaziken w/ The good attack ;\
    3 Skitty
    2 Delcatty
    2 Magmar ex

    4 Copycat
    3 Juggler
    3 Elms Training Method
    2 Masterball
    2 Oracle
    1 Pokemon Fanclub
    2 Town Volunteers
    4 Potion/Hyper Potion/Oran Berry

    20 fire

    Now the other version is -2 Magmar EX -1 TV -1 Fire for +2 Ninetales R/S +2 Vulpix

    Now it all depends on the metagame because with 1 less evo line and magmar ex being a good beater it is more consistant imo. The version without Ninetales cant deal with Gardevoir at all though and has a hard time with big water evo lines.

    The version with Ninetales CAN deal with gardevoir though, but I think Gardevoir has a equal shot at Blaziken

    ~Monkey
     
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2003
  19. Umbreonking

    Umbreonking New Member

    Wheres Gold Berry?
     
  20. MonkeyMan

    MonkeyMan New Member

    Its not legal =\
     
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