EmpoZong VS. Empostar

Discussion in 'Cards: Strategy and Rulings Discussion' started by vorg7, Jul 21, 2008.

  1. vorg7

    vorg7 New Member

    Which is better and why?
     
  2. DarthPika

    DarthPika New Member

    Empozong is by far the better deck. Its more consistent, spreads better, and doesn't NEED to use powers to win.
     
  3. Time for Pain

    Time for Pain <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showthread.php?

    next season though empostar is better
     
  4. Sandslash7

    Sandslash7 <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showpost.php?p=

    Actually, Empozong might be better than Empostar next format as well.

    Just tech 1-2 TM Devolutionators, and you have Omastar right there, for any pokemon to use, rather than a whole evolution line.
     
  5. Shadow Zangoose

    Shadow Zangoose New Member

    Yeah, Bronzong is just way too useful. As much as I love Omastar, it's a hassle to get out into play, and more often than not it's going to leech a Rare Candy away from your Empoleon line.
     
  6. Time for Pain

    Time for Pain <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showthread.php?

    actually (IMO) powers are declining (except claydol). The fact that scramble isn't around hurts and it is harder to keep empoleons coming. If you are getting OHKO'd and need to use surf together before it's too late is near impossible. This is from my testing and I find empostar better, now having said that we won't be able to tell until the season starts and cities start. The only reason I don't say Battle Roads is because I see more random things winning those than cities and as people have said, cities shape the format.
     
  7. (TYranitarFReak)

    (TYranitarFReak) New Member

    is empozong /empostar going to be viable in DP on? No scramble really means bb to surf together atk.
     
  8. Banette EX

    Banette EX New Member

    Empoleon recover rate is gonna be harder since Leafy X has resis and can reduce its damage,I mean its gonna use major Zong in other to get recovering and more spreading efficient.
     

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