|10/09/2011, 01:52 PM||#1|
Well, another Reshiphlosion :p
Hey, guys! =)
Some of you helped me a lot. So, i build and testet in a few games my version of Reshiphlosion.
Firstly, the list:
4x Typhlosion Prime
4x Pokemon Collector
4x Professor Oaks new Theory
4x Professor Juniper
4x Junk Arm
4x Pokemon Communication
3x Rare Candy
3x Pokemon Catcher
2x Pokegear 3.0
2x Rescue Energy
Strategy should be clear: Start with Reshiram or, in a bad case, with cleffa. Swarming 3-4 Cyndaquils, evolve as fast as possible to Typhlosions. With 2 or 3 Typhlosions, i have the perfect NRG acceleration and its my path to the win.
- Why 4 Juniper and not Sages?
I tested Sages. And i really dont like it. You need ALL the Cards in the deck, you have nothing to waste. Sages sometimes wastes you your most needed Cards. The advantage of Juniper is, that you see what you descard. And you can build your deck up to this.
4 Juniper and 4 Junk Arms are normaly enough cards to discard NRG.
- Why 4-3-4 and not 4-2-4?
1. I need to play away my whole hand before Juniper. With this line, i increasy my chance to evolve and my use of communication to a maximum. If i would had one more candy , it can happen that my parts of Typhlosion in hand not matches. I want to avoid this. So, maximum variability and maximum consistenzy with 4-3-4 and 3 communication.
- Only 12 Supporters and only 8 refresher?
Yes. 6 prices in 6 turns. (catcher ftw). 6 turns = 6 supporters. + 3 turns to set up = 9 turns of game. One collector to play = 8 Refresher and one collector. Seems to be perfect.
But, this is my point of Headache... Is this really enough? With Pokegear? Or do i need more?
- Rescue NRG?
Reshiram dies every turn. With rescue, i have 6 Reshirams OR can use the Typhlosions better, if i need them. Or i can save Cyndaquil. Rescue is so allround, i love it. And: Trainerlock ;)
So, that were my thoughts about this deck.
I hope, you maybe have any suggestions and ideas. And sry for my bad english ;)
Thank you, guys! =)
|10/09/2011, 03:08 PM||#2|
Did you try Sage's Training? Personally I love it, and I find it to be a lot better than for example Juniper. There's always 2-3 cards I don't want to discard with Juniper, while it's 0-2 with Sage's, and most often only 1. Please just try out 4 Sage's for 10 games or so if you haven't already, and see what you think.
|10/09/2011, 10:03 PM||#4|
Hey, thank you both! =)
Yes, i testet Sages, but only two. I really did not like it. But, i can test it again, when you say, its a so good card. What should i cut for 4 Sages?
No, i didnt tried elm. It seems a little bit... useles? Not?
|10/10/2011, 01:57 AM||#5|