Magneton Deck *E-ON*

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  1. Hero

    Hero New Member

    review this deck boys, tell me what should be done

    dont change the magnetons though, i like em :D

    //NAME: Magneton

    15 :lightning

    4 Professor Oak's Research
    4 Switch
    4 PokéNav
    3 Oran Berry
    3 Potion
    2 Pokemon Fan Club
    2 TV Reporter
    2 Copycat
    2 Oracle

    4 Pikachu EX
    4 Magnemite DR3
    4 Magneton DR2
    4 Electabuzz EX
    3 Raichu ex SS
     
  2. Kyogre

    Kyogre <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    I would change the theme a bit. Right now you have no way to quickly power up your field with energies. In fact your Raichu EX will weaken Magneton's attack. Good thing though there are a lot of good Pokemon that work with magneton to help power him up faster. Such as:
    Swampert
    Flygon
    Blaziken
    Roselia
    Gardevoir
    So I would take out the Raichu EX line and add one of the above mentioned lines. After that we can change the trainer engine to suit the change.
     
  3. Hero

    Hero New Member

    so what line would you suggest i play.. i dont think blaziken is the wisest choice because energy wont be discarded to an extreme.
     
  4. Dro~

    Dro~ New Member

    how about...
    3 magnemite
    3 magneton
    3 roselia
    3 latios ex
    2 wobbuffet

    2 multi energy
    2 rainbow
    10 (or more) grass energy
    2 lightning energy

    Weird idea but the goal is to use roselia and use speed growth on either latios ex or wobbuffet, depending on the situation. When wob and latio ex are loaded with energy, you can use magneton to attack. If your opponent uses attack that depends on the number of energy in play, use latios ex and discard 3 energy, or use wob to attack gardevoir. Now you have a cleaner, a sweeper and a backup attacker. This is an idea from my old deck. The key is not to use latios ex to attack unless it's really neccessary.
     
    Last edited: Jan 19, 2004
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