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Thread: Charizard Deck

  1. #1

    Smile Charizard Deck

    My first deck ever made, pretty new to competitive tiers and just been lurking around reading some strategies trying to learn/catch up. All tips, advice, constructive criticism are greatly appreciated! :D

    Pokemon (25):

    3-2-3 Charizard AR
    3 Shiny Vulpix PT
    3 Ninetales HS
    1 Uxie LA
    2-2- Typhlosion Prime HS
    2-1 Infernape 4
    1 Blaziken FB

    Trainers (26):

    4 Broken Time Space
    2 Rare Candy
    3 Pokemon Communication
    1 Luxury Ball
    4 Super Scoop Up
    2 Pokemon Collector
    3 Bebe's Search
    1 Palmer's Contribution
    2 Looker's Investigation
    2 Pokemon Reversal
    2 Expert Belt

    Energy (9):

    9 Fire Energy


    Get out Charizard as soon as possible, set up a fire bench, attach Expert Belt if needed for a OHKO or in a pinch. Infernape provides disruption and is a nice backup attacker that can also hit the bench if necessary. Blaziken FB is for disruption and to buy time if I get a bad start and to drag out cards like Vileplume or Dialga G Lv.X active. Expert Belt is for mirror or other decks with 140 HP without needing 4 bench fire for Charizard.

  2. #2
    take out blakenin fb, and reversal
    and put in more energy

  3. #3
    you need more least 12 IMO

  4. #4
    I'm assuming that your Typhlosion line is 2-2-2? Also, Inferna*****nt exactly needed, and if your are going to play Blaziken FB, you need it's Lv.X in there too.
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  5. #5
    Why not use the regular Vulpix (Platinum)? I am not sure about SPs working out with stage 2 decks, I just haven't seen a lot of those types of decks posted, usually because decks either focus on the SP engine or a stage 2 deck engine.

    -3 Shiny Vulpix Pt
    +3 Vulpix Pt
    -2 Pokemon Reversal
    +3 Fire Energy
    -1 Broken Time Space
    +1 Pokemon Collector
    -2 Looker's Investigation
    +1 Engineer's Adjustments

    You could also go add Seeker to the deck...
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  6. #6
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    Shiny Vulpix is the easy decision.

    Id Take out the Infernape line and Blaziken FB, and I also like Sableye/tomb in this deck, depending on your playstyle. You also need more energy

    Here is a very solid poke build.

    4 Charmander
    3 Charmeleon
    4 Charizard
    2 Vulpix
    2 Nintetails
    2 Cyndaquil
    1 Quilava
    2 Typhlosion
    1 Sableye/Tomb(total playstyle option, set up defensively, or set up offensively.)
    1 Uxie

    12 Fire

    4 Bebe's
    4 Collector
    1 Fisherman
    1 Palmers
    4 SSU
    4 Rare Candy
    3 Broken Time Space
    2 Pokemon Communication
    2 Expert Belt
    1 Luxury Ball

    This is a rough build, definitly not a good one but it is consistant. Playtest with this and tweak to your needs.
    I'm not sxc anymore! :(

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