Arctic Fear (or Wailreinlord)

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  1. Daddiursa

    Daddiursa New Member

    Hi! I just put together this deck for my daughter. We opened our first Booster Box from TA vs TM and she fell for this clown-looking walrus that you've probably heard of. Anyway, the deck isn't fine-tuned at all, so input will be greatly appreciated. (Sorry for the title, couldn't think of anything better).

    POKEMON (18):
    3 Team Aqua's Spheal
    3 Team Aqua's Sealeo
    2 Team Aqua's Walrein
    3 Wailmer
    3 Wailord EX
    4 Dunsparce

    TRAINERS (23):
    2 Archie
    2 Team Aqua Ball
    2 Copycat
    2 POR
    4 Oracle
    3 Moo-Moo Milk
    4 Pokemon Nurse
    2 Warp Point
    2 Switch

    ENERGY (19):
    2 Aqua Energy
    2 Darkness Energy
    15 water Energy

    The idea is to use the Wailords for all they're worth, then get Walrein into battle and return energy from those benched Wailord EX's. While doing some massive damage to the opponent, I can Nurse the Wailords one by one and pump them up again with the energy that Walrein returned to my hand.
    Last edited: Mar 16, 2004
  2. Shift

    Shift New Member

    I suggest taking out the Spheal's and Sealo's and stick with the Walrein's. Maybe adding a Swampert line to speed up the re-attachment process. And adding a couple more Archie's. May be a bit complicated for your daughter (or not, could be mistaken).

    - 3 Spheal
    - 3 Sealo
    - 2 Aqua Ball
    + 3 Mudkip (your choice, or your daughter's)
    + 2 Marshstomp (again, your choice)
    + 3 Swampert (holo)

    - 1 Oracle
    + 1 Archie

    If you add the Swampert's you may also want to add some Rare Candy:

    - 1 Oracle (I think 2 will be fine)
    - 1 Water Energy
    - 1 Nurse
    + 3 Rare Candy

    If it's too complicted let me know. Good luck to your daughter with the deck.
  3. Daddiursa

    Daddiursa New Member

    Great idea, Shift! To use that Swampert line. I'd like to include him because he isn't (don't get me wrong here) supervital to get into play like Ampharos can be to a BAR deck, yet he helps very much once he's evolved. My daughter is soon 7 years old, so the best decks for her to play are decks that doesn't rely on one particular pokemon or several factors to be present before any real damage can be dealt. So Oracle is the hardest card for her to play in this deck, as she must figure out which two cards she needs the most.. and that's complicated. Yet, I feel they're so important to the deck that I hesitate on omitting them. Sometimes I change them for PETM's, because that seems to be the most commonly use for Oracles.
  4. psycodad

    psycodad New Member

    Here's a listt that might work for you and your daughter

    20 pokes
    4 dunsparce
    2 wobbuffet
    4 mudkip water gun
    2 marshtomp slash
    3 swampert water call
    2 swampert ex
    3 walrein

    23 trainers
    4 oaks research
    3 archie
    3 shaman
    2 copycat
    2 PETM
    3 rare candy
    3 potion
    2 nrg recycle system
    1 tv

    nrg 17
    12 water
    5 psy
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