Charizard Deck

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Votus, Dec 24, 2010.

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  1. Votus

    Votus New Member

    My first deck ever made, pretty new to competitive tiers and just been lurking around reading some strategies trying to learn/catch up. All tips, advice, constructive criticism are greatly appreciated! :D

    Pokemon (25):

    3-2-3 Charizard AR
    3 Shiny Vulpix PT
    3 Ninetales HS
    1 Uxie LA
    2-2- Typhlosion Prime HS
    2-1 Infernape 4
    1 Blaziken FB

    Trainers (26):

    4 Broken Time Space
    2 Rare Candy
    3 Pokemon Communication
    1 Luxury Ball
    4 Super Scoop Up
    2 Pokemon Collector
    3 Bebe's Search
    1 Palmer's Contribution
    2 Looker's Investigation
    2 Pokemon Reversal
    2 Expert Belt

    Energy (9):

    9 Fire Energy

    Strategy:

    Get out Charizard as soon as possible, set up a fire bench, attach Expert Belt if needed for a OHKO or in a pinch. Infernape provides disruption and is a nice backup attacker that can also hit the bench if necessary. Blaziken FB is for disruption and to buy time if I get a bad start and to drag out cards like Vileplume or Dialga G Lv.X active. Expert Belt is for mirror or other decks with 140 HP without needing 4 bench fire for Charizard.
     
  2. thamanunh

    thamanunh New Member

    take out blakenin fb, and reversal
    and put in more energy
     
  3. Zard1111

    Zard1111 New Member

    you need more energy.....at least 12 IMO
     
  4. amphachu

    amphachu New Member

    I'm assuming that your Typhlosion line is 2-2-2? Also, Inferna*****nt exactly needed, and if your are going to play Blaziken FB, you need it's Lv.X in there too.
     
  5. Alazor

    Alazor New Member

    Why not use the regular Vulpix (Platinum)? I am not sure about SPs working out with stage 2 decks, I just haven't seen a lot of those types of decks posted, usually because decks either focus on the SP engine or a stage 2 deck engine.

    -3 Shiny Vulpix Pt
    +3 Vulpix Pt
    -2 Pokemon Reversal
    +3 Fire Energy
    -1 Broken Time Space
    +1 Pokemon Collector
    -2 Looker's Investigation
    +1 Engineer's Adjustments

    You could also go add Seeker to the deck...
     
  6. Vegeta ss4

    Vegeta ss4 Iron Chef Leader

    Shiny Vulpix is the easy decision.

    Id Take out the Infernape line and Blaziken FB, and I also like Sableye/tomb in this deck, depending on your playstyle. You also need more energy

    Here is a very solid poke build.

    4 Charmander
    3 Charmeleon
    4 Charizard
    2 Vulpix
    2 Nintetails
    2 Cyndaquil
    1 Quilava
    2 Typhlosion
    1 Sableye/Tomb(total playstyle option, set up defensively, or set up offensively.)
    1 Uxie
    ,,,22

    Energy
    12 Fire

    T/S/S
    4 Bebe's
    4 Collector
    1 Fisherman
    1 Palmers
    4 SSU
    4 Rare Candy
    3 Broken Time Space
    2 Pokemon Communication
    2 Expert Belt
    1 Luxury Ball
    ...26

    This is a rough build, definitly not a good one but it is consistant. Playtest with this and tweak to your needs.
     
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