Crawdaunt/Whiscash

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  1. Water Pokemon Master

    Water Pokemon Master <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Well, I can't say how good this deck is because I haven't played it yet, but the strategy is to deliver damage to the bench Pokemon with Whiscash (which can also protect itself against Blaze ex), and then if things are looking bad for Whiscash to have Crawdaunt kill the bench with its damage+ attack. Linoone is for the Dragons, and Warp Point is to bring out the weaklings to kill them. Everything else is basically for getting out the evos.

    Pokemon: 19
    4x Corphish (Beat, Toxic Grip)
    3x Crawdaunt (Poison Claws, Rend)
    4x Barboach
    3x Whiscash
    3x Zigzagoon
    2x Linoone (R/S coin flipper)

    Trainers: 25
    4x Warp Point
    4x Wally's Training
    4x Moo Moo Milk
    3x Oak's Research
    3x Copycat
    2x TV Reporter
    2x Switch
    2x Mr. Briney's Compassion
    1x Town Volunteer

    Energy: 16
    8x Fighting
    5x Water
    3x Multi Energy
     
  2. Dro~

    Dro~ New Member

    You have a lot of supporters, hope they run well. I think PETM is better than Wally's training in your deck. 4 Moo moo milks and 4 Wallys are too many. Drop soem for crystal shard since linoone is too flippy against ray and the soon will become popular sceptile / ex resists water as well.
     
  3. SwampertEX

    SwampertEX New Member

    Pokemon: 20
    3x Corphish (Beat, Toxic Grip)
    3x Crawdaunt (Poison Claws, Rend)
    3x Barboach
    3x Whiscash
    2x Sentret
    2x Furret
    4x Dunsparce (SS)

    Trainers: 24
    4x Warp Point/Switch
    3x Wally's Training/PETM
    4x Moo Moo Milk/Potion
    4x Oak's Research
    4x TV Reporter
    2x Power Charge
    1x Town Volunteer
    2x Crystal Shard

    Energy: 16
    6x Fighting
    3x Water
    3x Multi Energy
    4x Boost Energy

    It looks a little strange, but Cash could be the Anti-Blaze. If it gets set up faster, it could Destroy Blaze. It's a little risky, but I kinda like the idea of a Whiscash deck. It won't do well vs much else as I've experienced l8ly, but it'll do well vs Blaze, and that's most of the Metagame. ;p
    -Swampy
     
  4. SwampertEX

    SwampertEX New Member

    On my fix,
    -1 Switching
    -1 Healing

    +2 Wobbers

    That should make it even better as a counter deck.
    -Swampy
     
  5. SuperWooper

    SuperWooper New Member

    Why is your title the Water Pokemon Master if you make decks like this?

    I'm just kidding. But this deck needs a lot of work. First of all, never play Whishcash. You want a bench damager, play Steelix. And secondly, the deck dies to Rayquaza.

    If you see a Rayquaza EX in play, you loose.

    PLAY SHARD!
     
  6. Water Pokemon Master

    Water Pokemon Master <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Yeah, I was going to put in Shard but I don't have any because I barely every got any Skyridge cards. I was hoping someone would mention it, because now I know you guys know what you are talking about. :)

    BTW, I like Swampert's fix the best. *updates deck*
     
  7. Water Pokemon Master

    Water Pokemon Master <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Hmmm, would Zangoose be a good idea to have in this deck?
     
  8. SuperWooper

    SuperWooper New Member

    No. Get shard.

    Zangoose works best in decks like Sceptile, Gardevoir, and SToise EX, with the ability to move energy or have more than one energy attachment per turn.
     
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