Tip of the tongue

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Dark Umbreon, Nov 12, 2007.

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  1. Dark Umbreon

    Dark Umbreon New Member

    TIP OF THE TONGUE

    POKEMON (12):

    3 Lickilicky L.46 (beatdown)
    3 Lickitung L.28 (evolution)
    3 Sneasel L.21 (evolution)
    3 Weavile L.30 (enable)

    TRAINER (33):

    3 Team Galactic’s Wager (disable)
    3 Team Galactic's Mars (disable)
    3 Professor Oak’s Visit (draw)
    3 Night Maintenance (enable)
    3 Moonlight Stadium (enable)
    3 Celio’s Network (search)
    3 Strength Charm (enable)
    3 Warp Point (enable)
    3 Plus Power (enable)
    3 Quick Ball (search)
    3 Great Ball (search)

    ENERGY (15):

    4 Special Darkness Energy
    11 Basic Darkness Energy

    MAIN IDEA:

    The deck above constitutes a classic disabler. Weavile is used to fuel the swarm in a dual sense. It hands the offense line the needed resources and also enables them to retreat at no cost with the stadium used in this deck. The offense swarm dishes out a decent amount and also disables the other side with the first attack.

    SPOILER:

    Moonlight Stadium
    Stadium
    Each player’s Psychic and Darkness Pokemon have free retreat.
     
  2. SPARTA

    SPARTA New Member

    Use Likitung d instead, he can draw you cards. And the T1 possibility from Riolu isn't a big deal, since you are full weak to fighting
     
  3. tglilly

    tglilly New Member

    I would take one TGW out since a lot of people also plays this card and just add in another nm or something like that. Other wise good deck.
     
  4. Dark Umbreon

    Dark Umbreon New Member

    Hi Sparta,

    Thanks for the review. Will consider Likitung d but not the entire deck is weak to fighting since Weavile has a metal weakness instead. Just the basics and one of the two evolutions is weak to fighting.

    Hi tglilly,

    Thanks for the review. Not sure on the reduced Galactic's Bet count. Like this card a lot since it adds to the disabler tactic even in case one looses. It forces the opponent to be able to use the cards drawn or searched for same turn or risk the chance of them being shuffled back into the deck.
     
  5. z-man

    z-man New Member

     
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