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Extreme Espeon
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posted March 19, 2003 12:43 PM      Profile for Extreme Espeon      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Okay, as some of you might now I made a Victreebell (AQ) with Scizor (AQ). Now what I would like to know is that what else might work well with Victreebell besides Murkrow! When I first started thinking about it that was what I came up with. Try to keep it to Grass pokemon (or grass power attacks), colorless pokemon (colorless attacks. GO TYROGUE!) You get the idea, but all suggestions are welcome! Thanks a bunch!

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Purple_Nurple
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posted March 19, 2003 12:52 PM      Profile for Purple_Nurple      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
what about Aq Steelix? If a baby is Active, you can get it back to the bench and the do Earth Rift for ten. Or against grass decks, you can pull in a grass type and Earth Rift Away. Just a thought.

Maybe Victreebell and Umbreon (Dis). Again the Baby thing and get rid of the Baby or bring up a psychic poke and work the resistance again.

Also consider a Victreebell/ Aq Octillery deck. I think that would be a deadly combo. Esp with a power up Octillery going. Its attack is WCC so you wouldnt need much W and could use Crystal Energy in the deck. Pull it up, and then when they try to retreat, they lose their energy. You can only Warp NRG so many times. Beside let them. then next turn, pull the Warped Poke back out. I think this is a great combo actually...goes to binder and pulls out cards for a deck.

And lastly, Aq Muk. I know his heavy body could be detrimental, but his attack could do some good damage and cause statuson their big hitter. Just a few thoughts.

[ March 19, 2003, 12:58 PM: Message edited by: Purple_Nurple ]

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Extreme Espeon
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posted March 19, 2003 05:00 PM      Profile for Extreme Espeon      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Thank you for the suggestions! Muk defintely sounds like a nice one, but there is one small problem! SOMEH0W OUT OF AN ENTIRE BOX AND A HALF OF AQUAPOLIS I CAN'T GET ONE! Sorry, about the exageration there but yeah. I do one the other hand have Aq. Steelix (my favorite pokemon, can ya tell) and .....pulls out binder...... one, two, three, four Octillery so maybe I'll give that a shot. Don't go away I'll make the changes and post the deck! (As for Umbreon, I don't have the extra cash to spend on getting them and NO ONE around my house likes to trade cards like this! I never really liked playing Umbreon/ Murkrow for some reason. Maybe because I like Metal too much!)

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The Evolution of Steelix:
My many Steelix deck versions:
Electro-Crush (Rockets Zapdos)
Steel-Slash (Rocket's Scyther)
Steelix's Memory (Neo 3 Aerodactyl)
Whirpool Crush (Umbreon, Dark Vaporeon)
Crush Down (Arcanine)
Kabulix (Kabutops)
Steeleon (Espeon, holo Discovery)

And maybe more to come!

New Project: Swap n' Memory Raging (Aerodactyl [Revelation], Alakazam [Base/LC])

Espeon is 1!

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Dark Pinsir
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posted March 23, 2003 10:57 AM      Profile for Dark Pinsir   Email Dark Pinsir    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
You got a bx and didn't found one?, I got one in one of the 3 AQ packs i brought since it came to argentina, 3 boosters vs 36, lol
Going back to the topic, I think that AQ Muk, Victreebel and AQ Ariados are good choices, gow+burn+poisson+retreat= very bad news to opponents. that is unless you play in a switch/warp metagame (wich I don't [Big Grin] ), where your opponent will be able to switch his/her active without having to pay anything, while your muck would be a CCCC retreater (wow!).
My 2 cents...

[ March 23, 2003, 10:58 AM: Message edited by: Dark Pinsir ]

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The Dark Llama
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posted March 23, 2003 05:47 PM      Profile for The Dark Llama   Email The Dark Llama    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
really, the AQ Victreebel's power is almost EXACTLY like Erika's Victrebell, right down to the name...

Another combo is Rocket's Training Gym and the AQ Ariados. Dark Muk too.

Hey, if you need an AQ Muk I have a RH one and a regular rare that I'll trade.... *hinthint*

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posted March 23, 2003 07:01 PM      Profile for Prime   Email Prime    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
You can try any card that abuses retreating. You could try AQ Octillery to pull them out over and over again. You could try AQ Aridos in which you keep them up front with a heavy retreat. You could try it with dark ampharos, in which you bring a big hitter up and if they attach an energy to retreat, it does damage to them. There are so many possibilities. I am trying to Victreebell deck right now.

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