Freeze!!!

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  1. zell94606

    zell94606 New Member

    here goes:

    9 pokes
    4 Swinub neo 1
    3 piloswine neo 1
    2 remoraid aqua

    4 gambler
    4 mysterious fossil
    4 root fossil
    4 claw fossil
    4 GOW
    3 switch
    3 pokemon march
    4 mirage stadium
    4 defender
    2 elms training method
    36 trainers

    15 water

    the point of the deck is to use piloswine's freeze attack to prevent the opponent from attacking. But i need a way to make them can't retreat.
    open to any suggestions. thanks for ur inputs.
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2003
  2. Spectreon

    Spectreon New Member

    What Piloswine?

    What is the pointof this deck?

    I generally play 1 Aipom per deck.... But if getting discarded cards is high priority, then use 2
     
  3. SwampertEX

    SwampertEX New Member

    The point of the deck is to Paralyze I Guess...
     
  4. Flippin treeko

    Flippin treeko New Member

    Piloswine rulezzz.....kinda =/ I use 2 overrun and 2 freezing breath in a 2-2/2-2 line from skyridge (see FT's heard of chaos further down) freezing breath is great ther's a 75% chance your opponent can't attck next turn, a definite spec.con for W is pretty damned good IMO. I combo 'em with mirage stadium and ancient ruins, using only fast balls and other balls to get 'em out. They're cool pokes that not many play!v like Sky houndoom (lonely fang).
     
  5. OHB

    OHB Member

    zen 6 basic is very you know that you can't use the fosciles as the beging pokemon thing



    My Bad wrong info
     
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2003
  6. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Actually, yes, you can.
     
  7. Flippin treeko

    Flippin treeko New Member

    Is that the official ruling now? you CAN use all the fossils as starting basics??
     
  8. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Yes. It's in the Sandstorm rulebook, I think.
     
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