Blastoise/Gardevoir

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Hatter™, Apr 8, 2008.

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  1. Hatter™

    Hatter™ Active Member

    Pokemon: 23
    3 Squirtle SW
    2 Wartorle
    1 Blastoise d
    2 Blastoise CG
    3 Pachirisu GE
    1 Tauros CG
    4 Ralts SS
    2 Kirlia
    3 Gardevoir SW
    1 Gard X
    1 Gallade

    Trainers: 22
    3 Master Ball
    4 Rare Candy
    3 Celio's
    1 Warp Point
    2 Dusk Ball
    3 Steven's Advice
    2 Lake Boundary
    2 Oak's Visit
    1 Night M
    1 TSD

    Energy: 15
    4 DRE
    2 Fighting
    3 Scramble
    6 Psychic

    Gardevoir and Blastoise are the attackers.... and thast it... Stoise CG for Magmortar.. and Gard for mirror
     
  2. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    Cool deck, its a shame blastoise cg is such a bad attacker.
     
  3. mca3

    mca3 New Member

    No he is NOT, BOTH Water Blastoises are Good!!!
     
  4. minus one pachy or Ralts and one less Gardy to go 1-1 claydol. You might need it to speed up the deck. You have night main and a TSD to get back a Gardy and a ralts if you need to. Plus Baltoy can be a good starter sometimes if your stuck with him on the go.
     
  5. Muscovy Level X

    Muscovy Level X New Member

    What's realy the point of Blastiose in this?
     
  6. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    Lol, he hits for 40 dmg without the body.
     
  7. rhodesia123

    rhodesia123 New Member

    i dont think blastoise cg will do a good job at all of beating magmortar. it needs WWCC to ko one of them.
     
  8. MPressive

    MPressive New Member

    Maybe the other Blastiose (the one with water log). He doesn't have as bad of a weakness (not that we are too worried about lightning) and doesn't rely on his power as much (have to be ready for Cessation Crystals). Not to mention that you still have the power which might come in handy if you find yourself in a crazy situation.:water:
     
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