My Gardevoir deck that took second.

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by mysterioustrainer, Feb 4, 2004.

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  1. mysterioustrainer

    mysterioustrainer New Member

    I was lucky to pull off second place at the City Championship tournament at Lakewood's Hobbytown USA. I faced off against so many great players, well now that my time is done, I have posted my improved deck. When I say improved, I obtained a few more cards that get the deck going better.

    Title: Dance of Power
    Class: Modified
    Pokemon: 22
    4 Ralts (EX:R&S Link Blast)
    2 Kirlia (EX:R&S Life Drain)
    2 Gardevoir (EX:R&S)
    2 Gardevoir EX (Sandstorm)
    3 Wynaut (Sandstorm)
    3 Wobbuffet (Sandstorm Flip Over)
    2 Natu (Sandstorm)
    2 Xatu (Sandstorm)
    2 Mewtwo EX (EX:R&S)
    Trainers: 20
    4 TV Reporter
    4 Professor Oak's Research
    3 Pokeball
    3 Switch
    3 Energy Switch
    3 Rare Candy
    Energy: 18
    2 Boost Energy
    16 Psychic Energy

    A few tricks that make my version of a Gardevoir deck unique is that Xatu helps with a constant flow of healing. In any one game I have been able to get one Xatu out, the trick is making room for two. Xatu also acts as a part of a full heal for other Pokemon when you combine its free retreat with Switch. There is a light amount of Psychic Energy but Energy Switch helps balence that effect out along with not having to use Psy Shadow so often. Boost energy is a bonus effect to shoot for when building up Gardevoir or Gardevoir EX. The only deck that beat it was by a lucky (and do I mean to the death lucky) Shiftry deck.
     
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  2. CrimsonWarrior26

    CrimsonWarrior26 New Member

    Drop Poke'ball for PETM
     
  3. Dañel

    Dañel New Member

    this is a very ñal deck you have to many pokemon
     
  4. Shift

    Shift New Member

    Actually, 22 pokémon is not too many at all these days.

    Nice deck, I've always liked Xatu's and Gardy's Power combos, they make Gardy even more stronger.

    Only suggestion I can think of is to drop one psy energy and add one more boost if possible.

    I also agree that you should drop the pokéballs and add PETM. I know it's another supporter but it's a much better and reliable card.
     
  5. ausen

    ausen New Member

    I won't say anything, but you should know what I'm thinking.

    And not for the Xatu. For other parts. Mewtwo ex w/no Juggler. Playing Pokeball. Energy Switch. Wow.
     
  6. mysterioustrainer

    mysterioustrainer New Member

    People complaining about Pokeball?

    Listen, you can only win this game by taking risks. You have to have the courage to flip the coin. Pokeball is the best non-supporter card to getting any Pokemon out. Besides with Wynaut and the other supporters, pokeball is purly a bonus effect to this deck.
     
  7. CrimsonWarrior26

    CrimsonWarrior26 New Member

    If your that way then change Pokeball to Fast/Master ball because if you get unlucky you could end
    up flipping all tails.
     
  8. GodTrainer

    GodTrainer Member



    i dont know i kinda liked the whole rockets sneek attack combo ;)
     
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