Empire

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by aade8, Sep 6, 2007.

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  1. aade8

    aade8 New Member

    Hello. I haven't posted a deck for a while, but I recently built this deck and it is so far undefeated. It may look like 'Monarchy' or 'Queendom', but it isn't. Or, at least, it is a new version.

    Pokemon - (28 total)
    (4) Nidoran Female delta DF
    (4) Nidoran Male delta DF
    (2) Nidorina MT
    (1) Nidorina delta DF
    (3) Nidorino delta DF
    (2) Nidoqueen MT
    (2) Nidoqueen delta DF
    (4) Nidoking delta DF
    (4) Holon's Castform
    (1) Trapinch delta HP
    (1) Flygon delta HP

    Trainers/Supporters/Stadiums - (20 total)
    (4) Rare Candy
    (3) Windstorm
    (1) Warp Point
    (2) Strength Charms
    (3) Celio's Network
    (2) Holon Mentor
    (3) Holon Adventurer
    (2) Castaway

    Energy - (12 total)
    (3) Psychic
    (3) Dark (basic)
    (4) Dark (special)
    (2) Scramble


    Strategy -
    Since Nidoking and Nidoqueen, delta or not, are built to work together, your goal is to swarm with the family (Godfather, anyone?). Your first goal is to start with a Castform, but if you start with one of the Nido's, female can stall with Tail Whip, and male can do extra damage with a Darkness (special). They both have low HP, and are weak to Psychic, so you have to watch their health. No matter what, it is imperitive to get a Nidoqueen (either) out ASAP. One helps you get the rest of the family out, while the other lets daddy and the kids attack for less. If you can get both MT Queens out, Nidoking can use Linear Attack for free (30 to anything). Nidoking itself, if you choose to build that instead, can abuse Darkness energies (special). With 2 special Darks, it can do a constant 80 per turn while attacking the bench as well (remember, it also fuels Nidoqueen delta's attack). Flygon is there for NRG accel if you need it. The use of Castform is obvious. While the deck seems like it runs too many stage 2's, I will say that I have consistently gotten MANY of them out during a single game, and with the Nido's working together, it really isn't that hard.

    BUT, I really would like help on this. I sometimes forget basic concepts and certain cards that could make decks better, and would gladly like to be reminded. PLEASE HELP!
     
  2. Blassari

    Blassari New Member

    There is so many name's to King/Queen decks:
    Monarchy,Kingdom,Empire etc...

    Tech in one King DP3!
     
  3. aade8

    aade8 New Member

    I plan to once it actally comes out....
     
  4. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    28 pokemon is a bit much, even if you want to discard pokes alot for nidokings attack, just discard castforms or w/e else u dont need at the time.
    With that said, take out 1-1 flygon.
     
  5. aade8

    aade8 New Member

    That is the plan. While Castform do indeed count as Pokemon, I, more often than not, classify them as energy since that is what I use them for most. Flygon has helped me more times than you'd think, but I can see why taking it out is an option.

    I'm thinking about cutting each Nido line to 3-2-3...what do you all think of that?
     
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