question on Weavile G in Luxchomp

Discussion in 'Cards: Strategy and Rulings Discussion' started by chrisrocks, Mar 9, 2011.

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  1. chrisrocks

    chrisrocks Member

    I never really got how weavile G worked in luxchomp i mean i tried absol and it can consistently KO with one crobat drop twords gengar

    The real questions comes in as of how do I get weaviles attack to work consistently? Do I need to run skuntank G and a stadium to do more damage or expert belt to do lotsa more damage

    IMO i think its hard to get a whole field of SP into play without playing down Uxie, smeargle, etc
     
    Last edited: Mar 9, 2011
  2. Kayle

    Kayle Active Member

    Seeker means Uxie, Smeargle etc get removed from your Bench and Zoned. =\

    Absol makes a little more sense in Luxchomp, but I run Weavile in Dialga since I've already got Belts and all.
     
  3. Kabutops141

    Kabutops141 New Member

    You can have one Uxie in play, and still be able to KO the Gengar Prime with a Flash Bite. Weavile counts itself for damage, and you could always Psychic Restore out of the way.
    And like Kayle said, pick up the Uxie when they use a Seeker. >>b
     
  4. z-man

    z-man New Member

    What's fantastic about Weavile is that if you start with him, you're happy. He has free retreat, and he can set up a Turn 1 Power Spray without using up a call energy. He also helps against Gengar Prime. Usually, they Hunter, so you can pick up your Uxie and Smeargle to let your opponent LZ those. Usually, you'll be able to Weavile G for KO (full bench, full bench -1 SP +1 Flash Bite, or just putting Belt on him).
     
  5. Porii Sames

    Porii Sames Active Member

    My friend played Weavile G and BDK in his Luxchomp last weekend in a Lostgar filled metagame. He must have played against Lostgar 5 times. NEways, he said BDK let him win that tourney, but Weavile G was useless. And he's a pretty good player.
     
  6. Kayle

    Kayle Active Member

    BDK would be superior in any case, I wouldn't run both. That's just silly!

    BDK takes up more space by a bit and that's the problem.
     
  7. Porii Sames

    Porii Sames Active Member

    Dude, 2/3rds of the decks were some kind of Lostgar.
     
  8. z-man

    z-man New Member

    I'm gonna agree that either or is best. BDK helps in most matchups where you eventually need to bring down a bulky Pokemon. Weavile G is more for early setup and the quick tech for LostGar. LostGar has very few answers to either (except obviously... KOing them). Having both would be redundant and silly. They serve different similar and combining them would do very little to help eachother out. You'd be better off using the card spots for other cards.
     
  9. Rap Tor

    Rap Tor New Member

    BDK? What is that?
     
  10. ShuckleLVX

    ShuckleLVX Active Member

    Honchkrow, the acronym means "Big Daddy 'Krow"
     
  11. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    Honchkrow SV to be more precise.
     

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