Rhyperior for Battle Roads

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  1. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member

    I chose Meganium d to aid Rhyperior this time instead of Swampert (cg).

    4-4-4 Ryperior
    3-2-3 Meganium d
    2 Luvdisc (cg)
    1-1 Dugtrio (cg)

    2 Night Maintenance
    1 Celios Network
    2 Bill's Maintenance
    4 Rare Candy
    2 Speed Stadium
    2 Scott
    4 Mr. Stone's Project
    2 Warp Point
    2 Super Scoop Up

    3 Scramble Energy
    2 Double Rainbow Energy
    10 :fighting:

    Thats everything. I teched in the Dugtrio to take on Empoleon/Lucario and other sniper/spread decks. Only a little while longer till Battle Roads.
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2007
  2. B_B_C

    B_B_C New Member

    You'll see some changes. I like ryperior. Maybe a 1-0-1 of blast d will help fight against weakness(emploen, walrein)
  3. Jason

    Jason New Member

    Er. Meganium really helps to tank against weakness most of the time vs Empoleon and other water pokemon.
  4. KingGengar

    KingGengar New Member

    nice idea
  5. aade8

    aade8 New Member

    I'm afraid you can not use Balloon Berry, as it is no longer legal in the format. Sorry, I wish it was still around as well.
  6. deckmaster

    deckmaster Active Member

    It hurts me to say this but scene Mr.briney has been rotated out; Ryperior just hasn’t been the same. My Ryperior deck, played straight Ryperior, with a non-agro style, meaning I wanted my opponent to deck rather then win by prizes, I also ran many baby Pokemon such as Azuril to bring back Super scoop up, and chingaling for a good starter (my entire game never required me to attach energy but I did run 4 scramble). Never give up on Ryperior, but I hope this helps my friend.
  7. doctormcdreamy

    doctormcdreamy New Member

    rhyperior lost stump and briney. and it autolosses in sudden death. and people will slow play you.
  8. Danjel

    Danjel New Member


    - 4 Bill's Maintenance (This is a terrible draw-card)
    - 3 Mr. Stone's Project (You only use one kind of basic energy, so you don't need it, really)
    - 2 Balloon Berry (Out of the format :(, but Fluffy Berry would be cooler)
    - 2 Scott (It's Slow, and you're better off without)
    - 2 Speed Stadium (I hate to help my opponent out when I counter his Holon Legacy, Windstorm is waaay better, and Rhydon discards Stadiums)
    - 1 Rhyperior (This is optional! ..but Rhydon isn't that bad of an attacker. Rhyperior should show up in the end and wreck havoc when you need to do that final damage)
    - 2 Luvdisc (There are other, greater starters)
    - 1 Rare Candy (You won't need to max out Rare Candy after my suggestions)
    - 1 Celio's Network (With Meganium on your team, you wont need 4 copies)

    18 cards removed!


    + 4 Steven's Advice (You need more draw-support, 4 Bill's doesn't cut it)
    + 4 Professor Rowan (Works great with Steven's Advice!)
    + 2 Rhydon (This little bugger packs quite a punch and benefits from your opponents stadiums)
    + 3 Holon Mentor (Now you have a total of 14 supporters, wich shouldn't be a speed problem with your deck. If it does, please add Great Ball instead)
    + 2 Warp Point (Max out your Warps to keep your Rhydons alive and mess around your opponents set-up)
    + 1 Night Maintenance (I like to have two copies in my deck.. Suddenly you're a victim of the prizecurse)
    + 1 Tauros (CG) (You've only got 8 Basics in the deck with this deck, so I kinda had to squeeze it in there)
    + 1 Windstorm Lame tool cards.. But Cessation Crystal shouldn't be a problem with all those warp points around)

    the results..

    20 pokemon:

    3 Rhyperior
    4 Rhydon
    4 Rhyhorn
    3 Meganium d
    2 Bayleef (MT)
    3 Chicorita d
    1 Tauros CG

    26 Trainers+Supporters:

    4 Professor Rowan
    4 Steven's Advice
    3 Celio's Network
    3 Holon Mentor
    4 Warp Point
    3 Rare Candy
    2 Night Maintenance
    2 Super Scoop Up
    1 Windstorm

    14 Energy

    9 Fighting Energy
    3 Scramble Energy
    2 Double Rainbow Energy

    About the energies, you might wanna go maxed out on your Scrambles and might put in a Holon Energy FF or Two. I like to play defensive in the start with Meganium d and get my setup and hit hard in the last rounds. Lot of decks gets weaker towards the end.

    Good luck with your deck
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2007
  9. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member

    Thats some alright ideas, i dont know why i'm not maxing out Rhydon.

    Okay i've updated my list.
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2007
  10. mila

    mila New Member

    3 Rhydon 4 Rhyperior is better IMO.
  11. ZUGIADOS717

    ZUGIADOS717 New Member

    tech meganium mt for nape matchup
  12. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member

    No point in teching for Infernape, if I play Infernape I lose.
  13. Danjel

    Danjel New Member

    I think he meant that you should put in an Meganium MT to COUNTER ape
  14. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member

    Ya I know what he meant and I'm just saying I lose to infernape because of Rhyperior's power, it doesn't matter what I tech in.
  15. (TYranitarFReak)

    (TYranitarFReak) New Member

    t tar is the best tech actually. The first atk comes handy late game.
  16. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member

    The list has been updated.
  17. feralitar00

    feralitar00 New Member

    ok here are my sugestions on the deck

    -2 bill
    +2 t.v. reporter
    -4 mr. stone
    +2 castaway
    +2 crystal shard (incase of a flygon match)
    -2 speed stadium
    +2 battle frontier (stop infercatty, flygon, queen d, etc)
    -2 fighting energy
    +2 holon mentor
    -2 rhydon
    +2 chingling
  18. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member

    Thanks I'll consider everything.
  19. KaiserBeetle

    KaiserBeetle New Member


    I've updated my decklist, have at it.
  20. ixidor89

    ixidor89 New Member

    +3 Celio's Network, anyone?

    Also, use Budew as your starter so that you can grab Rare Candy and (If you choose to add it) Great Ball. That way, you can get out a quick Meganium.
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