|11/01/2011, 09:02 PM||#1|
Crozone: a balance of energy requirement.
2X Zoroark Black and White
3X Zorua Black and White
2X Audino Emerging Powers
1X Magnezone (P) Triumphant
1X Magneton Triumphant
2X Magnemite Triumphant
3X Zubat Unleashed
2X Golbat Unleashed
3X Crobat (P) Unleashed
4X Professor Elm's Training Method
2X PKMN Collector
2X PKMN Communication
2X Flower Shop Lady
3X Rare Candy
2X Interviewer's questions
4X Special Dark
4X Double Colorless
Crobat Prime: Primary function: Early game
Magnezone Prime: Primary function: Late game
Zoroark: Primary Function: Reshiploshion/boar counter
Audino: Primary Function: Back up
Early game: With the amount of Crobat primes, they are very easy to get up, and great against basics/stage1s. So I find them wonderful in early game. (Poison the active and when babies are asleep snipe the basics) While stalling/fighting with C'bat I get my Magnezone ready. If my C-bat lasts I can bring up even more and stall for more time.
Late game: I like to only put the minimum energy for his attack on Magnezone and stack large amounts on my Audinos. Now with C-bat presumably knocked out and any Pokemon catchers countered with my switches, Magnezone goes up. Then I can remove and attach energies from Audino. Knock out a few monsters, 'zone goes down, A well overpowered Audino goes up. (meanwhile I can use my FSL to bring Magnazone back in play) Zoroark are here for saving me from the ever popular Reshi' decks.
Summary: This deck is made to bring a balance to the Magnezone primes large energy requirements.
With half the deck's main attacks being 1-2 energy attacks, and the other half being large amounts of energy.
All help is welcome
Last edited by Sneasing Sneasel; 11/02/2011 at 03:58 PM. Reason: Typos and revisions