need help with my deck. it got 3rd and 4th at states

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by furrymuskrat03, Mar 11, 2008.

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  1. furrymuskrat03

    furrymuskrat03 New Member

    My deck just got 3rd and 4th at 2 states
    pokemon line:
    3-3 houndoom
    4-4 bliss
    2-2 weavile
    trainer,etc
    4 celio
    3 roseannes
    3 moonlight stadium
    3 TGW
    3 felicity's
    2 Rare candy
    2 Windstorm
    2 cess
    1 Night Maintenance
    energy
    11 dark 9 basic 2 special(thinking 8 basic, 3 special)
    6 fire
    2 multi

    anyone think that either 1-1 or 2-2 claydol would work in here? I'm especially unlucky on TGW. please specify if it would work and what line: 1-1 or 2-2? I need help for regionals. I do run 3 TGW and 2 windstorm just in case of cess. thinking table:
    -1 basic dark
    -2 cess
    +1 special dark
    +1-1 Claydol
     
  2. KaMewie

    KaMewie New Member

    Pokemon: 20
    2-2 Weavile SW
    3-3 Blissey MT
    3-3 Houndoom GE
    2-2 Claydol

    Trainers: 24
    4 Celio's Network
    3 Roseanne's Research
    1 Holon Mentor
    2 Moonlight Stadium
    1 Scott
    3 TGW
    3 TV Reporter
    1 Felicity's Drawing
    1 Castaway
    1 Strength Charm
    2 Windstorm
    2 Night Maintenance

    Energies: 16
    6 Special Darkness Energy
    2 Basic Darkness Energy
    6 Fire Energy
    2 Multi Energy
     
  3. furrymuskrat03

    furrymuskrat03 New Member

    i dont have any tv reporter, mentor, strength charm, castaway, and only 1 night maintenance. but 2-2 claydol is better then 1-1, right?
     
  4. KaMewie

    KaMewie New Member

    You can get those trainers. Yes, 2-2 is better than 1-1.
     
  5. furrymuskrat03

    furrymuskrat03 New Member

    ok. thanx. that was my main question. ill consider the trainers
     
  6. furrymuskrat03

    furrymuskrat03 New Member

    why did you post that here? well, i just bought a second claydol because the deck works great with two(one proxy)
     
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