septile lake

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by togepikachu90, Mar 28, 2004.

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  1. togepikachu90

    togepikachu90 New Member

    I kinda need help with this deck. Please critique and give me suggestions on this deck. They would really be appreciated.

    9x water energy
    9x grass energy
    2x multi energy
    4x treecko
    4x grovyle
    2x sceptile (trans)
    1x sceptile (liz poison)
    3x scyther ex
    2x wurmple (drg)
    4x marril (ss)
    2x azumarril (ss)
    2x moo-moo milk
    2x wally's
    2x bill's maintenence
    2x energy search
    2x sw itch
    2x strength charm
    2x ser2
    3x copycat
    2x forest gaurdian
    1x oak's research

    p.s.: I don't have sceptile ex!
     
  2. Tyranitar666

    Tyranitar666 New Member

    This just in. The Pkmn Tcg Playing Chicken just t4ed a CC. You've been demoted ;)
     
  3. Pidgeotto Trainer

    Pidgeotto Trainer New Member

    Try to get Sceptile ex. Scyther ex is bad. Take out Wally's for Elm's Training Method. Ser2, Strength Charm, Energy Search and Forest Guardian aren't very good IMO. Drop them for more good draw power (like Oak's Research or Oracle) and some more healing. Pokemon Nurse is good for this deck. I would use Sparce over Wurmple unless you play an all grass deck. You can knock off a couple nrg too. Try to go 4-4-2-2 Sceptile and Sceptile ex. I personally think the best Sceptile ex deck should have 4 Roselia and hardly any techs. Maybe just Wob.
     
  4. togepikachu90

    togepikachu90 New Member

    OK,
    Here's sceptile lake v2.0:

    9x grass
    9x water
    2x multi
    4x treecko
    4x grovyle
    2x sceptile (trans)
    1x sceptile (liz poison)
    2x scyther ex
    1x roselia
    2x dunsparce
    3x marril (ss)
    2x azumarril (ss)
    3x copycat
    2x oak's research
    1x eim's TM
    2xmoo-moo milk
    2x wally's
    2x forest gaurdian
    1x bill's maintenance
    2x energy search
    2x switch
    2x strength charm
     
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