Gyaravoir

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Scipio, Sep 22, 2007.

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  1. Scipio

    Scipio New Member

    If only Delta Magikarp had Flail...If only. That'd make this deck easier to play.

    21 Pokémon:
    3 :psychic: Ralts (df)
    2 :psychic: Kirlia (df)
    3 :psychic: Gardevoir (pk)
    4 :water: Magikarp (mt)
    4 :water: Gyarados (mt)
    4 :psychic: Chingling (mt)
    1 :psychic: Chimecho (mt)

    25 Trainers:
    4 Holon Mentor
    3 Rare Candy
    3 Celio's Network
    3 Night Maintainance
    3 Pluspower
    3 Windstorm
    2 Bill's Maintainance
    2 Steven's Advice
    1 Copycat
    1 Professor Rowan

    14 Energy:
    10 :psychic: Energy
    4 DRE Energy

    Strategy: Chingling builds up and gets Gardevoir and Gyarados ready. Gardevoir puts 2 counters on Gyarados in exchange for a :psychic: energy, which allows Gyarados's Dragon DNA to deal 50 for 1, or 70 for 1 if I decide to put 4 Damage counters. Pluspower helps to get a one-shot at Kricket if I'm at 70, and helps getting some other random numbers (Like 100 HP Pokes while having 60 damage, 120 HP Pokes while having 80 damage etc).
     
    Last edited: Sep 23, 2007
  2. SuicidalPikachu

    SuicidalPikachu New Member

    -4 psychic energy, +4 DRE, just in case u have to attack with enrage.
     
  3. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    Yeah, why are there no Water Energy? You need Water Energy.
     
  4. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Gardevoir can't attach Water Energy. I liked the Idea of DRE. That would help more.

    I like how you play Bill's Maintenance! Shuffle a :psychic: Energy into the deck, and attach it!
     
  5. mrdraz07

    mrdraz07 New Member

    He's planning on using Magikarp's attack the whole time.

    No offense, but this seems like a real one-trick pony. And it's extremely dangerous.
     
  6. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Ursaring makes a great substitute for Gyarados. If Mario is popular in your area, play Gyrados, if not, I'd prefer Ursaring because it does a similar affect, but doesn't need to be loaded up with damage to do it.

    Ursaring is weak to fighting but has a smaller retreat cost
    Gyarados is restistant to fighting.
     
  7. Scipio

    Scipio New Member

    Ursaring needs 4 energy. Gyarados 1. That is another point to reconsider.
    And yes, this deck is a one-trick-pony. But its more for fun anyway. If it does happen to turn out to be competitive, I'll use it at BR's just for kicks.
    I'll wiggle some DRE in as well.
     
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