"How does that work!?" 2nd Place Masters Report

Discussion in 'World Championships' started by Pidgeotto Trainer, Aug 28, 2011.

  1. kwisdumb

    kwisdumb New Member

    One of the, if not THE, best to ever do it.

    Congratulations Ross! The Truth Is Out There etc.
  2. JWittz

    JWittz New Member

    Great run this year, man! Definitely one of the most unique, unexpected, and special decks to ever perform well at a big event. It was an honor to be one of the first to play it! See you next season!
  3. Blooper785

    Blooper785 New Member

    I remeber when I was eating dinner with you guys and Mikey showed me your deck and I was like What the, now I understand :p
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  4. Kabutops141

    Kabutops141 New Member

    Really good read, and great to hear how the deck was developed and everything behind it. Seriously creative, and you should be proud. Congrats, dude!
  5. Gengar

    Gengar Member

    grats ross, nice to see you still kickin butt
  6. DJGigabyte

    DJGigabyte Forum Moderator

    Nicely done Ross, was great meeting you in SD and hopefully I'll see you next year in Hawaii =)
  7. TheDarkTwins

    TheDarkTwins Active Member

    Congrats Ross on finishing 2nd again. Well done and very nice report. :thumb:

  8. Jaeger

    Jaeger New Member

    “Did you just drop your binder on the floor and play what popped out?” –Jay H

    I had several people believing this just saying :)
  9. User Name

    User Name New Member

    @Pidgeotto Trainer:

    Is there someting you woud change in the list for the meta right now?
  10. Pidgeotto Trainer

    Pidgeotto Trainer New Member

    I can't really comment on the current format since I've been busy with school, and haven't played any games since worlds. (and I can't make fall regionals anyways) There's definitely room for flexibility in the attackers though. Reuniclus/Vileplume/Blissey/whatever can survive the most popular attacks. It was pretty easy for me to assess what that last part would be going into worlds, but I'm sure it's a little different now, and likely different in different local metagames. I think my deck with different sets of attackers will probably be viable all year, unless ohkoing power becomes much easier.

    Thanks again to everyone who commented. I appreciate it. (Still hoping on getting this printed. :smile: )
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2011
  11. Pokeplayer101

    Pokeplayer101 New Member

    I have a question. Donphan is decently popular now a days and I would like to know how would Blissy survive from a Donphan?
  12. Pidgeotto Trainer

    Pidgeotto Trainer New Member

    You would never attack with Blissey against a Donphan deck.
  13. User Name

    User Name New Member

    This is what i thougt. but the only pokemon that comes in my mind is Beartic and it doesn´t look better than donphan right now... alss other options are Stage 2 Pokemon who woud make the deck even harder to set up.
  14. TheDoctor

    TheDoctor New Member

    Love your deck, glad to see something new that earned second place in Worlds.
    You also made me realize I can still be original with decks no matter how bad the format can be, thanks!
  15. vaporeon

    vaporeon Moderator

    So, you're Ross. Me and you can be real good friends. Congrats on coming second.
  16. Alazor

    Alazor Active Member

    That's pretty Ross! The deck is pretty Ross too! Congratulations!
  17. Heartgold22

    Heartgold22 New Member

    " The Truth will set you free" GJ Ross!
  18. Sciserr

    Sciserr New Member

    To think that the silly proxy deck I made after the release of BW in Japan would end up getting top2 at worlds is pretty weird. Beartic/Vileplume/Reuniclus (that's how my variant was) simply crushed the other decks I were testing at that point, leading to me overhyping Reuniclus online :) Be it reshiboar, donchamp, or zekrom - neither of these stood a chance. Yet, nobody understood the potential of this deadly combo... until you proved the mwrong, Ross:) I was so psyched for your success that day :)

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