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Gymbo

Member # 30832



posted March 02, 2003 10:34 AM      Profile for Gymbo   Email Gymbo    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Hey everyone,

I'm back with a new deck. I am trying my hand at playing Kingdra. Gymbo's playing Kingdra?! After all that smackdown he's been laying on the cheapness of the card?! After playing against FreddyK, and seeing the decklist that Coryace posted yesterday I have been inspired to create another deck. This deck is radically different that Coryace's. I focus a little more on Energy Removaling. I also use Pokemon Center to heal my mammoth beasts. Here's my decklist...

Whirlpool Washaways
Modified Formatē

Pokemon: 19
4 Horsea (Genesis)
4 Seadra (2 Revelation/2 Aquapolis)
3 Kingdra (Aquapolis)
2 Cleffa
2 Tyrogue
2 Pichu
1 Smeargle (Promo)
1 Magby

Energy: 16
11 Water
3 Warp
2 Recycle

Trainers: 25
4 Professor Elm
4 Pokemon Trader
4 Double Gust
3 Copycat
3 Energy Removal2
3 Pokemon Center
2 Pokemon Fan Club
1 Professor Oak's Research
1 Town Volunteers

Strategy: Load up the Kingdra and let the beatdown commence. Kingdra has 120 HP. I use ER2 whilst ERing them with Rapids. I also use Pokemon Center over Gold Berry. The strategy involves moving all Water Energy to the Baby and then Centering the active Kingdra. You then proceed to Double Gust or Warp Energy Kingdra to the Bench and send the Baby up and move all desired energy back. Kingdra's Pokemon Power allows for maximum energy efficiency. You don't have to worry about wasting turns because Kingdra can suck up all Water Energy played. Beat them into the ground while ERing them. What could be better? And when needed heal your Pokes.

Any thoughts? Comments? Thanks in advance!

~Jim Ferrell

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=Pokemon Professor Jim Ferrell=

*AKA The Publically Acclaimed and Talented Deck Mechanic Gymbo*
*Accomplished Rogue Player*
*Second Place Finisher at the Ohio SBZ '03*
*Creator of Espeon Decks*
*Innovator of Expedition Feraligatr*
*Current Project: Skyridge Analysis*

DCI: 2032
AIM: XGymbo01X

"Victory goes to the player who makes the next-to-last mistake."

From: Akron, OH, USA | Registered: Jul 2001  |  IP: Logged
Spectreon

Member # 60305



posted March 03, 2003 08:18 AM      Profile for Spectreon      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Well I will admit Kindgdra (Neo3) is broken, but you shoud still use it, 2,2 on Kingdra would be good, and since you want it to be an ER deck, this one can remove up to 2 Energy, 1 for each flip. Otherwise leave the Kindra line alone if you insist on not using/abusing Neo3 one.

WATER CUBE. WATER CUBE. WATER CUBE. This card is a god sent. 20 to any Poke your oponent has, which can KO a bench when you cant find D Gust, and it allows Horsea to attack 1st turn. Other than that, looks good

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To evolve, treat Eevee poorly, when it hates your guts, let it get ko'ed in th night while holding Spell Tag. PS, if it gets ko'ed outin the day, then it will die, go visit its grave in Soul House of Lavender, next to Fuji

Spectreon: The Scary Ghost Pokemon

Spectreon often haunt graveyards, sneaking up and scaring unsuspecting visitors

From: Lavender Town, Kanto | Registered: Jan 2002  |  IP: Logged


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