View Full Version : Gardevior ex d (for Unlimited) vs. Aggron ex (CG)
03/29/2008, 10:22 AM
Will, this work? I think after you Magby (Neo Genesis) then ,you should be able to get him out against Vileplume ex. I'm not sure about Aggron ex (CG) though....
Are there any good techs vs. Aggron ex?
03/30/2008, 03:30 PM
Gardevoir not only OHKO's it. But it can "Imprison" it's PokeBody...:O.
Ho Megas Alexandros
03/30/2008, 03:50 PM
If you don't mind me asking.
Is there a pokemon underground for unlimited? I would like to know where I could play unlimited at. It's a part of the game I don't get to see much of, but wish i did.
03/31/2008, 06:57 PM
"If you don't mind me asking.
Is there a pokemon underground for unlimited? I would like to know where I could play unlimited at. It's a part of the game I don't get to see much of, but wish i did."
I see some unlimited decks posted in other forums once in a while, if you want me to post some, then I will. Best time for me to really get back into unlimited is during the summer.
Right now, a deck idea is Aggron ex (CG), with Dark Vileplume (Team Rocket), Aerodactyl (Fossil), and with 2 techs:
Vileplume d (Holon Phantoms) to counter T1 Muk (fossil) and Aerodactyl ex (Sandstorm) to counter tools.
The basic idea is that if can get set up turn 1, it can shut down almost everything. Even greater lock than Vileplume ex (even though it may be a little less consistent). Vileplume ex can't deal with T1 Muk or Magby as easily and is a little more easily teched against.
" Gardevoir not only OHKO's it. But it can "Imprison" it's PokeBody...:O."
It can imprison Slowking, Dark Vileplume, Aerodactyl, Vileplume ex. Only thing it can't imprison is something like Zapdos ex or Entei (Neo Revelations).
04/02/2008, 08:47 AM
Why dont you play ninjask Deoxys instead of aggron ex?
04/02/2008, 01:26 PM
Why not "ninjask Deoxys"? , because you can also shut down their pokemon powers as well.
Ninjask (Deoxys) still has issues with Neo Genesis Elekid with Mr.Mime (Jungle).
Ninjask doesn't deal as much denial as Aggron ex or Ursaring (Unseen Forces).
04/03/2008, 07:24 AM
and doesn't need 3 energies to attack.
04/03/2008, 08:47 AM
The point of the deck with Aggron ex is that once you set up, your opponent can't attack, use pokemon powers, use trainer cards, and they can't evolve.
Ninjask/ Aerodactyl / Dark Vileplume can still be shut off by Muk.
If Muk doesn't set up T1 by a baby flip, then Aggron ex sets up and Muk will never see play.
(If Aggron ex goes second.)
"and doesn't need 3 energies to attack."
Ninjask is good and although its attack is better, it's poke-body isn't as good and is easier to break through.
(It prevents effects only done to Ninjask.) None of your benched Dark Vileplumes or Aerodactyls.
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