|06/05/2004, 10:26 PM||#1|
The New Age of Gardevoir
Pokemon (24) :
2x Gardevoir EX
Trainers (18) :
3x Steven's Adive
2x TM Rock
Energy (18) :
4x Boost (Change it to DRE and its ready for the next format)
Before any of you start to rant about how boost won't work on electrode, please don't, I already know that.
Anyway, its almost a typical GEX deck only the Electrode is great tech for major players that come into the game such as Ray or BEX. Just plop it down for a suprize KO. The TM Rock just rules with Wubuffett, I dunno why but it just does. :p As for the rest, you can figure it out. Fixes?
Last edited by Kyogre; 06/05/2004 at 10:28 PM.
|06/06/2004, 12:57 PM||#2|
Goode deck, I would add a steven's advice for something.Other than that it is pretty good.
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|06/06/2004, 02:12 PM||#4|
Keep in mind that boost does not work on Hidden Legends Electrode, if that's what you meant.
[C] [C] [C] Mass Destruction
Both Electrode and the defending Pokemon are now Knocked out. If Electrode has any Special Energy cards attatched to it, this attack does nothing.
I know, it sucks.
Last edited by Burninating_Torchic; 06/06/2004 at 02:12 PM. Reason: spelling mistake
|06/06/2004, 02:14 PM||#5|
Godevoir: They are already in there.
|06/06/2004, 02:17 PM||#6|
erm...ok then. It just occured to me that normal garde decks used boost as well. Carry on.
|06/06/2004, 03:23 PM||#7|
Oran Berry are out of style. Gardevoir doesn't need them in this do 160 with Quaza world. Drop them for draw power including atleast 2 Oracle.
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