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10/20/2006, 11:17 AM
I have made four decks, pretty much from the cards I get, and they are basically 4 different attributes.

Blaziken (PokeBody) x2
Combusken x3
Torchic x4
Numel x4
Combusken x3
Growlithe x3
NOTE: Might Replace these with 3 Vulpix and 2 Ninetales

Potion x3
Professer Birch x3
Celio's Network x2
Bill's Matienence x3
Warp Point x3
Energy Search x3

19 Fire Energies

Venusaur (PokeBody) x2
Ivysaur x2
Bulbasaur x4
Swalot x2
Sceptile (Pokebody)
Grovyle x3
Treeko x4

Wally's Training x2
Life Herb x2
Dual Ball x3
Potion x2
Energy Search x2
Celio's Network x3
Fieldworker x2
Switch x2
Warp Point x2

17 Grass Energies
2 Double Rainbow Energies

Gengar (PokePower)
Haunter x2
Gastly x4
Grunpig x3
Spoink x4
Bedlum x3
Duskull x3

Pokenav x3
Double Full Heal x3
Potion x4
Wally's Training
Energy Search x3
Celio's Network

18 Psychic Energies
2 React Energies

Blastoise (PokeBody)
Warturtle x2
Squirtle x4
Kyorge ex x2
Sealeo x2
Spheal x3
Seadra x2
Horsea x3
Luvdisc x2

Greatball x2
Professor Cozmo's Discovery
Pokeball x2
Potion x4
Energy Search x4

24 Water Energies

So as you can see, these need work. Some might not be 60 but that's only because I haven't really had a full on check until now. What I would like to do is to maybe make just one deck with all the good cards from these four, but I'll leave you guys to decide on that if need be.

10/20/2006, 03:13 PM
Please make a seperate thread for each deck. I'm going to lock this topic seeing as it's not really following the rules.

Not only do none of the decks feature a strategy (please read the deck forum guidelines) but you should only have one deck per thread. Different lists or interpetations may be permitted, but this is a situation with one thread and four very different threads.

10/20/2006, 05:36 PM
Note that you need to identify what set your pokemon are from.

"Gengar (PokePower)" could be any one of about 4 different cards.

10/20/2006, 07:53 PM
If you have trouble finding particular pokemon, or what sets they are from, might I recommend using pokepedia.net

It's a pokemon TCG search engine. Type in "gengar" for example, and look through the pokemon that you are describing- and then it will have a set name like Team Rocket, which you can abbreviate as TR.