{SEF} E-on

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  1. TrueGamerX

    TrueGamerX New Member

    Well I'm finally back after 6 days without electricity from the Hurricane Isabel. The storm did quite a bit of damage and gave a lot of communities without power. No electricity meant No Pokegym, but I'm here and ready to post.

    In the meantime, my friend and I were planning some decks and came up with a combo that has potential. SEF stands for SneaselEX/Electabuzz/Furret. Obviously its related to the almighty Scizor/Furret/Muk b/c of Furret that searches for the Dark Energies that Sneasel needs. In addition, Electabuzz is a quick damage and a quick staller to set up Sneasel EX. Sandstorm Murkrow is quite effective too, with the first attack being a free Rockets Sneak Attack, and the second attack being pretty good. So heres the deck.....

    Pokemon: 14
    3 Sneasel EX
    4 Electabuzz (Best Promo)
    3 Sentret AQ
    2 Furret AQ
    2 Murkrow SS

    Trainers: 26
    4 Potion
    4 Professor Elm
    3 Copycat
    3 Oracle
    3 Pokenav
    3 Warp Point
    3 Pokemon Fan club
    2 Lanette's Net Search
    1 Towns Volunteers

    Energy: 20
    4 Dark
    4 Rainbow
    12 Electric
  2. dkates

    dkates New Member

    The only thing that worries me is that you can't do anything about Special Energy cards once they hit the discard pile. The only card I can think of to recommend for this is Power Charge. Also, is there any reason you're using Warp Point instead of Switch? Plus, you may want to find room for a third Furret. Other than that, I like it. It's fast, especially since Furret's your only Evolution and your Energy costs are low, and it looks like fun.
  3. TrueGamerX

    TrueGamerX New Member

    Most of the time, there not going to hit the discard pile unless some person gets a lucky flip on ER 2. Remember Slowking protected Sneasel when he was out. In this format, you really don't have to worry about Energy being removed. I forgot about Switch :confused: :)
  4. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Well, your Sneasel ex's will get Knocked Out occasionally. Never hurts to have a backup plan, IMO.
  5. Spectreon

    Spectreon New Member

    Hes got a point, any Half way decent Fighting type deck would have a field day with this deck. In case you didnt notice, everything seems to be weak to fighting, and anything that can hit for 40-50 a turn will wail through this with the slightest of ease, and their are ALOT of good Fighting types out there, Basic and evolution.....the 3 Hitmons come to mind (Base/Best, Rockets, and EX)
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