Anti-Gardevoir ex!

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by SuperSaiyanEevee, Oct 21, 2003.

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  1. SuperSaiyanEevee

    SuperSaiyanEevee New Member

    I got this idea from someone who answered my other post. I haven't made it yet, but I'll have and test it Sat. at my league. I had one of these decks in Neon and it worked great!
    PKMN:20
    4 Abra Exp
    3 Kadabra/Nightmare
    2 Alakazam SK
    2 Alakazam Exp
    2 Eevee SS
    2 Espeon AQ
    3 Wobbuffet
    2 Wynaut

    15 Psychic

    25 Trainers

    3 Copycat
    3 Oak's Research
    4 Potion
    3 Oran Berry
    2 Shaman
    3 Birch
    2 Master Ball
    1 Rare Candy
    2 Wally's Training
    2 Town Volunteers

    Strategy: Well, pretty simple really, just get out both Zam and 1 Espy and well, use their powers to adjust Zam's NRG to equal your opponents. One Hit K'O on Garde ex. Also you can use Garde's attacks with ZAm. Fixes and Help stuff appreciated.

    ~Eevee;/
     
  2. BLiZzArD

    BLiZzArD New Member

    if your ussing the expedition Zam you need the actual energy cost as in the type so you need Rainbow or multi to play against anything that isn't Psychic
     
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2003
  3. ToysRUsKid

    ToysRUsKid Active Member

    rofl, still looking for your first win in EON?

    Go With This List :p

    PKMN:24
    4 Abra Exp
    4 Kadabra/Nightmare
    2 Alakazam SK
    2 Alakazam Exp
    3 Eevee SS
    2 Espeon AQ
    1 Espeon SS
    2 Wobbuffet
    2 Sentret
    2 Furret

    15
    7 Psy
    3 Boost
    3 Multi
    3 Rainbow

    20
    3 Copycat
    3 Oak's Research
    3 Oran Berry
    3 Shaman
    2 Pokemon Fan Club
    2 Rare Candy
    2 Prof Elm Training
    2 Town Volunteers

    Master Ball isn't reliable.
     
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2003
  4. SuperSaiyanEevee

    SuperSaiyanEevee New Member

    Truk, I finally have won in Eon now against Andrew twice, Sunday. Thanx for the tips. I wasn't planning on using Multiple Types but I'll try it. Thanks


    ~eevee
     
  5. ToysRUsKid

    ToysRUsKid Active Member

    ugh, what u mean by multiple types

    Congrats on ur wins :p ...
     
  6. SuperSaiyanEevee

    SuperSaiyanEevee New Member

    multiple types as in multi and rainbow nrg
     
  7. HYPER EEVEE

    HYPER EEVEE Iron Chef - Master Emeritus

    :unknown-h:unknown-i
    Nice deck why d you switch to wooper oh well
    try this
    PKMN:24
    4 Abra Exp
    3 Kadabra/Nightmare
    2 Alakazam SK
    2 Alakazam Exp
    2 Eevee SS
    2 Espeon AQ
    2 Wynaut
    2 Wobbuffet
    2 Clefariy
    2 Clefable (I had to you know I love this card)
    1 Marril

    16
    3 Multi
    7 :psychic:
    3 :fighting: (for topps)
    3 :fire: (for blasiken)

    19
    4 Copycat
    2 Oak's Research
    2 Oran Berry
    3 Shaman
    2 Pokemon Fan Club
    2 Rare Candy
    2 Prof Elm Training
    1 Town Volunteers
    there
    ps I thought you said youd have 4 decks up :lol:
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2003
  8. SuperSaiyanEevee

    SuperSaiyanEevee New Member

    Hyper Eevee, I switched to Wooper cuz he's one of the coolest Pokemon ever. And about those other four decks, I decided not to post those yet. I'll test them a little more. Also, I am now beginning to like the Multi/Rainbow NRG, so I don't think I'll put in just plain types, because other people might be playing say grass and 3 NRG just wont work. But thanx for the tips everyone.

    ~Eevee

    P.S. Hyper Eevee, are you coing to Chess Friday?
     
  9. DarkTyranitar

    DarkTyranitar New Member

    A good Anti-Gardevoir ex "CARD" is actually Aquapolis' Smoochum.

    First, because it is one of the few babies that still retain their flip to attack Baby power, you must roll a heads in order to attack it.

    Because it requires only one energy card to attack, you can get it active quickly.

    Unlike most psychic Pokemon, it has no weakness to other psychics, (and actually has no weakness at all...although with a HP of only 30, it won't take much damage before it is knocked out).

    However, conversely because it is a psychic type, most other psychics will have weakness to it.

    And lastly, its attack allows you to flip a coin for each energy card attached to the defending Pokemon, and do 10 damage for each heads.

    With a bit of luck with the coin roll on both sides, it can take a Gardevoir EX (or Gardevoir, for that matter) out.

    - Tony
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2003
  10. plaidlesspez

    plaidlesspez New Member

    Sorry, this is REALLY off topic, but DarkTyranitar, are you the Tony that was at the Time Warp Comics Sandstorm Prerelease? I was just curious, cause I thought I may have know who you were. I was the kid that won the tournament for the 15+.
     
  11. DarkTyranitar

    DarkTyranitar New Member

    You're correct, it is off topic - :D

    ...and you are also correct, that is I!! - :D

    (or should that be that is me?)

    I remember you as well, (and congrats! on your win!)


    - Tony
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2003
  12. SuperSaiyanEevee

    SuperSaiyanEevee New Member

    I'm not sure about the Gengar expedition thing. I dont think there are any free retreaters that are babies are there? Smoochum might be okay;/
    They'd have to have a lot of NRG.:thumb:

    ~Eevee
     
  13. DarkTyranitar

    DarkTyranitar New Member

    S-S-E,

    Nope! :(

    All babies now have a retreat cost to pay.

    What's "NRG????"

    - Tony
     
  14. SuperSaiyanEevee

    SuperSaiyanEevee New Member

    NRG means energy:lol: it's shorter
     
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