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mysterioustrainer

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posted March 06, 2003 11:20 PM      Profile for mysterioustrainer   Email mysterioustrainer    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
"What is the idea of him sending me a Muk! Yuk!" ~Prof. Oak

Well, I agree with DMTM when he says Muk is a great TMP card. And I develop a duo of decks that currently are undefeated in TMP Freeplay.

Player A Deck: Eww...Muk!
Pokemon: 14
4 Grimer (Aquapolis)
3 Muk (Aquapolis)
4 Scyther (Neo Discovery)
3 Cleefa (Neo Genesis)
Trainers: 28
4 Professor Elm (Neo Genesis, Best)
4 Copycat (Expedition)
4 Master Ball (Expedition)
4 Switch (Expedition)
4 Miracle Berry (Neo Genesis)
4 Grass Cube 01 (Aquapolis)
4 Pokemon Reversal (Expedition)
Energy: 18
18 Grass Energy

Player B Deck: Defensive Muk
Pokemon: 18
4 Grimer (Legendary)
3 Muk (Aquapolis)
4 Snorlax (Legendary)
3 Caterpie (Neo Discovery)
2 Metapod (Neo Discovery)
2 Butterfree (Expedition)
Trainers: 26
4 Professor Elm (Neo Genesis, Best)
4 Copycat (Expedition)
4 Pokemon Trader (Legendary)
2 Pokemon Breeder (Legendary)
4 Switch (Legendary)
4 Miracle Berry (Neo Genesis)
4 Pokemon Nurse (Expedition)
Energy: 16
4 Warp Energy (Aquapolis)
12 Grass Energy (Aquapolis)

As you can see both decks have Aquapolis Muk, however the offensive uses the poisoning Grimer, while the defensive uses the paralyzing one. Well the Defensive player will always go before the Offensive one so some strategy can be planned ahead of time. The offensive uses Neo Discovery's Scyther (a good if lucky haymaker) while Defense uses Snorlax, the ultimate staller in TMP. I also threw in the Butterfree from Expedition to keep every Pokemon heavy.

Weaknesses, yes. Muk from Legendary will shut most strategy down on the Defensive Player so lets hope that doesn't happen. Offensive has a small handful of Pokemon so it can go bad to FTKO's or STKO's.

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CmonIWanaPLaYa
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posted March 07, 2003 08:35 AM      Profile for CmonIWanaPLaYa      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Nice Combo...what about making one Deck a Muk/Muk deck and having the other deck be a Aq Ninetails deck. Let the Muk/ Muk deck be first adn then once the Pokes are Burned, Ninetails for cleanup... works pretty well IMO...still, nice idea

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the Matrix999
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posted March 07, 2003 02:36 PM      Profile for the Matrix999   Email the Matrix999    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
i'm kinda new to the whole tmp thing seeing as i've only done it twice but have you tried to combo the LC muk to stop the other muks poke-body, giving it one retreat. i would have one player play the AQ and the other the lc also maybe drop the snorlax for steelix or scizor since your playing grass.this way your still using the same plan just stopping all of their powers too.
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Dark Sneasel
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posted March 07, 2003 03:04 PM      Profile for Dark Sneasel      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
I like It i think i'll try it [Big Grin]

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mysterioustrainer

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posted March 07, 2003 09:19 PM      Profile for mysterioustrainer   Email mysterioustrainer    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
quote:
Originally posted by the Matrix999:
i'm kinda new to the whole tmp thing seeing as i've only done it twice but have you tried to combo the LC muk to stop the other muks poke-body, giving it one retreat. i would have one player play the AQ and the other the lc also maybe drop the snorlax for steelix or scizor since your playing grass.this way your still using the same plan just stopping all of their powers too.

The probablem with Legendary Muk is that is stops all Pokemon Powers so my Butterfree is creamed. I tried to build it that way, but secondary offensives didn't look too great.

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Top player in state of Wyoming (Hmm. Could have something to do with the fact that the other four players in the state haven't played in over two years?)

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PokeNinja
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posted March 08, 2003 07:48 PM      Profile for PokeNinja   Email PokeNinja    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
TMP is Team Play right? Sorry just wanna get it straight.
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the Matrix999
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posted March 09, 2003 03:21 PM      Profile for the Matrix999   Email the Matrix999    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
well the secondary lines may not work but why not make the muk the secondary and play like EX meganium because then you can do 50 ,also you can breeder second turn then sleep powder for one this way you have 100hp and are dealing alot of damage so here is my change to the decks.

Player A Deck: Eww...Muk!
Pokemon: 14
4 Grimer (Aquapolis)
3 Muk (Aquapolis)
2 Scyther (Neo Discovery)
2 scizor (AQ)
3 Cleefa (Neo Genesis)
Trainers: 28
4 Professor Elm (Neo Genesis, Best)
4 Copycat (Expedition)
4 Master Ball (Expedition)
4 Switch (Expedition)
4 Miracle Berry (Neo Genesis)
4 Grass Cube 01 (Aquapolis)
4 Pokemon Reversal (Expedition)
Energy: 18
14 Grass Energy
4 metal

Player B Deck: Defensive Muk
Pokemon: 18
4 Grimer (Legendary)
3 Muk (Aquapolis)
2 cleffa
4 chikorita (EX)
2 bayleef (EX)
3 meganium(Expedition)does 50 and water resistant
Trainers: 26
4 Professor Elm (Neo Genesis, Best)
4 Copycat (Expedition)
4 Pokemon Trader (Legendary)
3 Pokemon Breeder (Legendary)
3 Switch (Legendary)
3 gold berry
3 focus band
2 Pokemon Nurse
Energy: 16
2 Warp Energy (Aquapolis)
12 Grass Energy (Aquapolis)

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