|07/04/2011, 08:55 PM||#1|
3 Rare Candy
2 Pokemon Circulator
3 Pokemon Communication
3 Pokemon Collector
3 Junk Arm
Start swarming with Yanmega for early KOs and to snipe of babies. Attach energies to Magnezone for high hp pokemon. Im thinking about reducing the Magnezone and Yanmega line to 3-3 and 2-1-2. Also should I find a way to add seekers in,a 4th collector and 4th communication, and also adding in Pokemon Reversal. Right now I like Circulator more than Reversal because I am guaranteed a different pokemon to come up.
Does anyone else have suggestions or tips about this deck?
|07/04/2011, 08:57 PM||#2|
I am not Yanmega/Magnezone expert. However, it would seem to me that you need at least 1 Pachirisu to accelerate the energy flow later in the game. Also, I fail to see the purpose of Pokemon Circulator. You can snipe around the sleeping babies.
Good luck with the deck!
|07/04/2011, 09:16 PM||#3|
Also the Circulator is for killing tepigs,phanphy,etc. Lets say they have a baby and another pokemon on the bench that can be one shot with Yanmega. The circulator guarantees that I get that kill.
|07/05/2011, 05:33 AM||#6|
While MegaZone relies on early game snipes or kills via Reversals, MagneBoar has mostly to rely on OHKOs each turn once it is set-up.
It is possible, that MegaZone can win vs. MagneBoar, because if it flips heads on Reversals and get out the Emboars to kill them you'Ll have a problem as they will just be faster with the Pachirisus, though they're going to have a big problem once you get your RDLs going.
However a decent MegaZone list should at least include these cards:
4 Pokemon Collector
3-4 Pokemon Communication
3 Rare Candy
3-4 Pokemon Reversal
Hope that helped.
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|07/05/2011, 11:16 AM||#7|