Twilight Zone

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Wizzblade, Sep 20, 2007.

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  1. Wizzblade

    Wizzblade New Member

    Pokemon: 20
    4-4 banette sw
    2 mew sw
    2-1-2 charizard sw
    2-2/1 jynx df/sw

    Trainers: 25
    2 scott
    2 battle frontier
    3 holon mentor
    2 windstorm
    2 team galactic’s wager
    2 professor oak’s visit
    2 warp point
    2 rare candy
    3 bebe’s search
    2 mr. stone’s project
    2 night pokemon center

    Energies: 15
    3 double rainbow
    5 psychic
    5 fire
    2 holon ff

    The strategy is to use banette on t2 to KO the opponent's first pokemon. Once you've wasted 1 or 2 banettes, then bring out a third one, attach a DRE, and use the second attack to bring a banette back. Once your opponent has taken a few of their prizes, you can bring out charizard, who attacks for 170 damage. Enough to KO anything in the format. Jynx from df lowers your retreat costs, and jynx sw is useful for stalling. Mew sw is really good at copying opponents drawing and getting back from a lost TGW.
     
  2. Prize_Card

    Prize_Card New Member

    TVR and maybe some saybele would work well in this deck good starter and it discards your bannets to do more dmg, also night maintnence is needed when all the bannets are discarded. you more then likely need to max double rainbow and scramble if you going to run charzard. in my opinion i think the deck might work better if it was ran with

    4 saybele
    4-4 bannete
    2-1-2 charizard
    (then instead of the jynx run warp point and switch)
    The mews are still optional, but i really dont think u need them
    holon ff energy are banned btw
     
  3. Wizzblade

    Wizzblade New Member

    why are holon energy ff banned?

    This deck doesn't need a starter. The idea is to get a shuppet t1.
     
  4. Ikari

    Ikari New Member

    Reprinted in Dragon Frontiers.

    Wizzblade: Where you get the Spoilers of Mew SW? Thanks! :smile:
     
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