Weavile/Gyrados Post-MD

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  1. yoshi1001

    yoshi1001 New Member

    Pokemon: 20
    4x Gyrados (MT)
    3x Magikarp (MT)
    4x Pachirisu/Corsola (next best thing to Pachirisu)
    4x Sneasel
    4x Weavile (SW)
    1x Unown P (MD)

    Trainers: 21
    4x Rare Candy
    4x Sidney's Stadium
    2x Celio's
    2x Mr. Stone's Project
    2x Professor Oak's Research
    2x Felicity's Drawing
    2x Scott
    1x Leftovers
    1x Switch
    1x Night Maintenance

    Energy: 19
    8x Water
    4x Dark (Special)
    2x Scramble
    2x Cyclone
    2x Holon WP
    1x Double Rainbow

    Basic Strategy remains the same-Gyrados tears down everything in its path, using Dark Engage and Sidney's Stadium to avoid/eliminate confusion and boost damage. Addition of Unown P removes reliance on Dragon Rage early game. Holon WP + Water negates non-damage effects.

    As before, the major problem with the deck is its reliance on weak basics. Neither Sneasel nor Magikarp are very good on their own and need support to have a shot.
     
  2. charchar

    charchar New Member

    too slow. 2-2 claydol.
     
  3. nosada

    nosada New Member

    can have more than 4 special energy ?
     
  4. berra_gud

    berra_gud New Member

    to much energys take out at least some of them and add 2 celios to get the evolutions for your weak basics faster :p i dont really think 4 candys is needed take out one and add 1 roseannes. then take out the mr stones for roseannes.
     
  5. charchar

    charchar New Member

    true rare candy not realkly needed. yes u can have more than 4 special energies as long as theyre not the same.
     
  6. yoshi1001

    yoshi1001 New Member

    I am seriously considering ditching the rare candy, seeing as how I almost never use them (they're mainly for late game to get around Mag/Gardy/Gallade)
     
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