Would This Strategy Work?

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by ShaunAndersen, Jan 1, 2008.

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  1. ShaunAndersen

    ShaunAndersen New Member

    In a Garchomp deck, you should run a couple DRE, because if you use them on Smeargle, you will not have to worry about pokemon with multi-colored energy on them. And since Garchomp decks need to have Smeargle in them, This is how I use my'n.

    Pokemon=17
    4-2-4 Garchomp MT
    4 Smeargle SW
    3 Stantler SW


    Energy=18
    2 Grass Energy
    2 Water Energy
    2 Fire Energy
    2 Electric Energy
    2 Physic Energy
    2 Fighting Energy
    1 Metal Energy
    1 Dark Energy
    2 Boost Energy
    2 DRE Energy

    Trainers=25
    3 Rare Candy
    3 Bebe Search
    3 Mr.Stone's Project
    3 Plus Power
    2 TGM
    2 TGW
    2 POV
    2 NM
    2 TVR
    3 Roseanne's Research



    Strategy- Garchomp does 110 damage for quick knock outs Garchomp. Smeargle gets me my energies according to what I need and Stantler gets my Supportors and confuses my opponents. The rest of the strategy should be very clear according to what the Trainer/Supportors do. The DRE is so when I copy my opponents move with a smeargle, I wont need to worry about pokemon with multi-colored energy.

    Think it is a good strategy?
     
  2. Flareon

    Flareon New Member

    DRE cannot be placed on Smeargle =/

    I think Garchomp is OK, but he is weak to Colorless (Blissey) so you probably need to have a backup Pokemon that can cover it. Also, I don't think you need every energy. A few more of the more common weaknesses like Fighting and Psy and less of Grass and Metal.
     
  3. Tagrineth

    Tagrineth New Member

    Fatal flaw: DRE can only be attached to evolved pokemon, so your unique concept, while neat, is flawed because it does not work.
     
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