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posted November 08, 2002 02:44 PM      Profile for peanutbutter6289   Email peanutbutter6289    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
i gotta deck that i'd like anyone to reveiw, and tell me what u think of it: "Wild growth" Deck [Green Mana]
3 Bulbasaur(Base)
2 Ivysaur(Base)
1 Venusaur(Base)
3 Chikorita(Neo Genesis lv. 19)
1 Bayleef(Neo Genesis lv. 22)
1 Bayleef (Neo Genesis lv. 39)
1 Meganium(Neo Genesis lv. 57)
2 Cleffa (Neo Genesis)
2 Dratini (Base)
2 Dark Dragonair (Team Rocket)
2 Swinub (Neo Revalation)
1 Light Piloswine (Neo Destiny)
4 Bill (Base)
4 Prof. Elm (Neo Genesis)
4 Pokemon Center (Base)
4 Pokemon Trader (Base)
3 Pokemon Breeder (Base)
1 Computer search (Base)
2 Focus Band (Neo Genesis)
1 Miracle Berry (Neo Genesis)
1 Master Ball (Gym challenge)
14 Grass Energy
1 Full Heal Energy

My first strategy is to combine my Pokemon Center with Venusaur's pokemon power: Energy trans. Before I use Pokemon center, I take all my energys off my hurt pokemon and move them to healthy ones. Then, once I'm finished using the trainer I put all the energys back where they came from. Then, VUALA! An instant recovery!
Second strategy , using both Meganium, and Venusaur's pokemon power combined will give me absolute energy control! Which is why I don't need many energys.
The rest is pretty straight forward: Focus band on babys, and everything else to search for, and evolve my pokemon faster. Including D. Dragonair's pokemon power: Evolutionary light.
Weaknesses? Simple. Fire pokemon. I had a tough time trying to figure some way to help resist those nasty fire pokemon. But then I saw one of the articles at on Light Piloswine. Its attack is 3 colorless, its water, and it has a great pokemon power! Its coo. But there is a definite possibility of having a tough time finding 1 water pokemon in my deck to resist an entire fire deck! And there are no other water, semi-strong pokemon that can take colorless energy.
Strengths? Water pokemon baby!

[Big Grin] tell me what u think on a scale of 1-10
and wat u think i can improve on plz.
thx!!!! [Big Grin]

marowak rulz!!!!

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posted November 08, 2002 03:14 PM      Profile for DOMCGI      Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
You should post this in the Deck Help and Strategy forum.

My comment, 1 Venusaur and 1 Meganium are too few in a deck. Even with the help of Dark Dragonair, the card can be in the prize. Also of the only Venusaur or Meganium is KO, your game is over.

I will play at least 3 copies of each.

Also, I believe Pokemon Breeder and Professor Elm's training Method will be more efficient than Dark Dragonair. I will take the Dark Dragonair out.

Who is the main attacking Pokemon? Both the Venusaur and Meganium are better to keep in the bench. You need a good attacker. Light Piloswine seem OK but you will running 3 evolution line.

I suggest you only play Venusaur, Meganium, Cleffa and one more good pokemon.

The idea of this deck is keep healing by Pokemon Center and use very little energy. This strategy could not stand again Fire because Fire can always 1 hit KO most pokemon.

Finally, if you take away the Professor Oak, you already have a Modified Format deck.

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posted November 12, 2002 09:24 PM      Profile for The Dark Llama   Email The Dark Llama    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Originally posted by DOMCGI:

Finally, if you take away the Professor Oak, you already have a Modified Format deck.

I agree, take out Oak, it plays little in this deck. Take out the Dragonair and put in Breeder Fields, it can get you TWO evolutions in one turn. play two of those and you can get 1st/2nd turn Venusaur and Meganium and start hammering away at those fire pokemon BEFORE they get big.

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posted November 12, 2002 10:37 PM      Profile for WizPog_BDS   Email WizPog_BDS    Edit/Delete Post Report This Thread to Moderators
Moving to Decks forum. Also, please try to make your title a bit more relevant to the content of your posts. Thanks.

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