Guru Point Challenge #3 - Making TYPHLOSHION Prime work!

Discussion in 'Guru Deck Challenge & Strategy Topic Discussions' started by Rogue Archetype, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. Vegeta ss4

    Vegeta ss4 Iron Chef Leader

    ^So are you wanting a new score, because 2 is quite decent based on the list.

    It is a very solid list, but it is very slow, sadly.
  2. Rainbowgym

    Rainbowgym Active Member

    Slow isn't bad.
    Because people are using to many "speed" decks they simply forgotten "the other way to play".

    And yes I would like 3 points if the list is worth it.
  3. slithcloudchaser

    slithcloudchaser New Member

    this card is the main powerhouse of most charlizard decks useing it afterburrner pokepower to cont to place a discared engery back on your main attacking charlizard along with a ninetails for roast reavel to keep a hand
    4 Charmander AR
    3 Charmeleon AR
    4 Charizard AR
    2 Cyndaquil HS
    1 Quilava HS
    2 Typhlosion HS (Afterburner)
    2 Shiny Vulpix (PT)
    1 Reheat Vulpix (PT)
    3 Ninetales (Reveal, HS)
    1 Infernape 4 (RR)
    1 Infernape 4 X (RR)

    4 Pokemon Collector
    3 Bebe's Search
    3 Rare Candy
    3 Broken Time Space
    3 Judge
    3 Pokemon Communication
    2 Expert Belt

    14 Fire Energy
  4. waynegg

    waynegg CotD Editor<br>Forum Moderator

    4 Numel
    2-1-2 Typhlosion
    2-2 Lanturn
    2-1-2 Magnezone
    3 Reshiram

    4 Plus Power
    4 Professor Juniper
    3 Dual Ball
    3 Junk Arm
    3 Pokemon Communication
    3 Rare Candy
    2 Energy Exchanger
    2 Pokegear 3.0
    1 Flower Shop Lady

    7 Fire Energy
    4 Double Colorless Energy
    3 Lightning Energy

    In this, Numel is your Starter for the obvious reason of Draw. The discard helps to set up your later fire Starter from Typhlosion.

    Typhlosion quickly refurbishes Reshirams while putting a little damage on them so their cheap attack hits a bit harder. Typhlosion also helps Magnezone's attack as it lets you attach extra Energy per turn.

    Lanturn is to help with any Donphan or fire decks you may face since it can change from Lightning to Water type for a turn.

    Ultimately every turn you want to play as many cards as you possibly can and then drop Professor Juniper to give you a fresh 7. This is going to make the deck extra fast and very consistent. Pokegear 3.0 help you dig out your Junipers when you don't draw into them.
    Last edited: May 19, 2011

    ALEXARD New Member

    I wanna try the challenge, since the rotation is now official there`s plenty of new material to build something functional.

    but i want to earn points, so i need your confirmation mod.
  6. Rogue Archetype

    Rogue Archetype Moderator <br> Contest Host

    Gonna use this time off to get some NEW stuff going Alex.

    Thanks for the interest!

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