Water Snakes

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Ajax, Mar 15, 2008.

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  1. Ajax

    Ajax New Member

    ok so heres the deck, strategy at bottom

    2-2 gyarados MT
    2-2 Milotic GE
    2-2 xatu SW
    4 Lapras GE
    1-1 porygon 2 GE

    4 celios
    4 roseannes
    2 prof. elms training method
    3 plus power
    2 night maitenance
    3 quick ball
    3 mars
    2 wager

    energy: 19
    2 scramble
    4 Holon WP
    7 water
    6 psychic

    Strategy: start with lapras to get a roseannes and a water energy.
    with roseannes get magikarp and porygon. get a celios for porygon two, then roseannes a feebas and natu. build up gyarados with 2 water, a psychic and a WP, and have a milotic for backup with one water one psychic and one WP. Xatu is for if your first coin is tails on gyarados. then just sweep with gyarados and milotic. the point of this deck is to beat magmortar with weakness and GG with milotic. please help it:):)
  2. DoctorBLACK

    DoctorBLACK New Member

    i would take out the 2-2 xatu for a 3-3 gyrados and a 3-3 milotic but put one milotic delta in for it's power
  3. garlade 07

    garlade 07 New Member

    no keep the zatu because it helps alo with special conditions a goood idea i must ad

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  4. Ajax

    Ajax New Member

    ya, i need the xatu for gyarados' confusion, and against darkrai sleep, magmortar burn, etc.
  5. Blaziken 1111

    Blaziken 1111 Active Member

    Take out the milotic because it's attack isn't that great. Use the 2-2 milotic line to make a 4-4 gyrados line.
  6. Ajax

    Ajax New Member

    I am thinking to either take out the 2-2 milotic and and in an extra 1-1 gyarados and a 1-1 golduck SW, or 1-1 gyarados and a 1-1 gorebys GE. I like the golduck because 60 and confuse for 2 is pretty good.
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