Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by TavishReppinUtah, Apr 18, 2008.

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  1. TavishReppinUtah

    TavishReppinUtah New Member

    POKEMON (19)
    1 gardevoir lv x
    3 gardevoir
    1 gallade
    2 kirlia
    4 ralts
    1 blastoise cg
    1 squirtle
    2 claydol
    2 baltoy
    2 tauros

    ENERGY (15)
    4 double rainbow
    2 scramble
    1 fighting
    8 psychic

    TRAINERS (26)
    2 windstorm
    3 celios
    1 bebe's search
    4 professor oaks visit
    3 steven's advice
    2 roseanne's
    4 wager
    4 rare candy
    3 master ball
  2. Flygon999

    Flygon999 New Member

    What if you tried a Shiftry ex CG tech instead of Blastoise?
  3. Blaziken 1111

    Blaziken 1111 Active Member

    Take out the master balls and the touros and add in 1 gallade and 4 Stantler. Also take out the blastoise and stevens is a waste of space because you have 4 oaks and 7 draw cards with claydol and gardy is way too much. Add in 1 roseannes because you need to get your basics and add in plus powers because then you can get kills with gardy.
  4. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

    you need more than just 2 starters.
    get rid of the windstorm and put in two pachirisu.
  5. Darkwalker

    Darkwalker New Member

    This is actually really close to the deck I used to go undefeated in the swiss rounds at my regionals. I think you should play Dusknoir over Blastoise d, but I understand why you have that in here. I used 1 Tauros and 1 Unown G (not terribly useful, will probably remove it) along with a 1-1 Cresselia line to help set up KO's and Bring Downs. Holon WP should probably be in here in place of 1 or 2 Psychic, as free retreat can really help this deck out with Gardy X. I don't see the need for the Master Ball and Prof Oak's Visits and would use those spots to foucs on more search and the next couple of cards. You want at least 2 Night Maintenance in this to recover from trading your big hitters with you opponent during the match. Warp Point should definatley be played in Plox as well. It can, and will, win you games. Think of it as a way to snipe the bench, disrupt your opponent, and move Cess Crystal all in one card.
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