Blastoise !!!!!!

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by mewtwox83, Nov 17, 2007.

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  1. mewtwox83

    mewtwox83 New Member

    I did not see any deck about Blastoise so, I will post one here!

    Pokemon: 19
    4x Squirtle
    2x Wartortle
    3x Blastoise
    3x Carvanha
    3x Sharpedo
    1x Quilfish
    3x Smeargle


    Energy: 16

    16x Water Energy (Emerald) "Matrix Energy" So cool with Sharpedo, drool...)

    Trainers: 25


    3x Rare Candy
    2x Island Hermit
    4x Celio's Network
    2x Warp Point
    2x Glacia Stadium
    2x Time-Space Distortion
    2x Night Maintenance
    2x Roseanne's Research
    2x Professor Oak's Visit
    2x Pokedex Handy910is
    2x Super Scoop Up

    Strategy:

    The ideal starter is obviously Smeargle since is free attack is Color Pick and can get you 3 basic water energy. Evolve Blastoise as soon as possible and use Poke-Power Waterlog and attach all water energy to all water pokemon and wait 1 turn. Sharpedo is BROKEN because of Poke-Body Rough Skin can damage 2 damage counter any pokemon attack Sharpedo AAAAANNDDD Sharpedo's Stike Wound attack is UNBLOCKABLE and the possibility of doing 80 damage thanks to Poke-Body!!! and Free Retreat!!! That is why I use (Matrix Water Energy) to Sharpedo :cool:

    The only problem I see is that after I use a lot of Color Pick and I get an handful of Water Energy, usually 9 Water Energy in my hand, the opponent simply use Team Galactic's Wager and I lost all Water Energy I had. I need faster and better Trainer. Any suggestion? Thanks in advance.
     
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2007
  2. reptilemaster

    reptilemaster New Member

    Only use 3 rare candy and a 3-2-3 blastoise line. Use 15 to 18 energy at the most. Use the rest for more trainers (maybe castaway, scott, mr stones project, or other stuff).
     
  3. lolganium

    lolganium New Member

    2 blastoise?

    <_<....>_>....<_<....>_>............>_<

    3!!!
     
  4. Rai

    Rai <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showpost.php?p=

    You really want Energy or Pokemon ASAP. Pokenav's nice for this, plus it's not your one supporter for the turn.

    Pokemon Fan Club is outdated. Use Roseanne's Research (Findable in Secret Wonders, even in a starter deck), which can grab energy as an option.

    Weakness to Lightning is almost never an issue in this deck, to be perfectly honest. It only affects Electivire SW match ups, not the seemingly more common Electivire DP (it OHKOs everything either way). Glacia's Stadium for protection against a rather rare problem isn't that important, I'd think.

    I'm not much of a fan of Strength Charm in this deck, but that's your call. If you decide against Strength Charm (the damage increase is irrelevant for Sharpedo as 80 KOs most stage 1s anyway, especially with a requirement for 20 to start. Not that many 110 HP pokemon to need this), I've become fond of Energy Restore (DP) in Blastoise decks. Yes. Energy Restore. Yes. It's the TSD of basic energies, and is actually close to useful.

    20 Water is overkill. Needs more draw power over some of those water. Copycat is CRUCIAL to this deck. No joke. I suppose Professor Birch could be used for interesting results too, but Copycat seems more useful to me (chances of higher pay off)

    Find any of this useful?
     
  5. lilgroudon

    lilgroudon New Member

    man blsatoise is lethal in away with all the water techs there are in the game such as Matine/tyke the finneon/lumnieon and the kyogre EX CG no weakness with his delta clone but sstill no decks played for real
     
  6. Rai

    Rai <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showpost.php?p=

    The best friends for Blastoise are not water type, but are actually other types.

    No joke.

    And I come VERY CLOSE to seeing a Blastoise deck viable against certain decks now. I mean, it's crushing Gardevoir/Gallade thus far, and that's got to say something. The problem is the bit that makes it HIGHLY playable isn't coming until Great Encounters (and by this time, the deck's a bit underpowered ;_;)
     
  7. mewtwox83

    mewtwox83 New Member

    I made the changes you recommended and you are also right about the strength charm, it did help me a little but not too much. I beat Magmortar deck variants with this deck and also Gallade/Gardevoir I yet have to play against Honchkrow. I will let you know how this turn out with the new modification.
     
  8. deckmaster

    deckmaster Active Member

    You need a bubble shield a.k.a Holon-Circle .:thumb:
     
  9. Rambo1000

    Rambo1000 New Member

    How do you know all this? You don't even know what decks will be played at cities.
     
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