Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by PaTrIoTsFaN12, Feb 9, 2008.

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  1. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    i might play this deck for sates tell me what u think tell me

    2-1-2 meganium delta but the first 2 are mt
    2-1-2-1 gardivoir 1gallade

    4 ssu
    4 candy
    2 night mantine
    2warp point
    3 celios
    3 oaks
    1 mentor
    1 roesanes

    3 scramble
    4 fighting
    3 multi

    tell me what u think
  2. Rashad

    Rashad New Member

    Too Many Stage Two's
  3. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    its rhyperior its sopose to but im thinking if changing meginium
  4. SuicidalPikachu

    SuicidalPikachu New Member

    take out Gardellade, it's like you're trying to fit 2 decks together.. max out Rhyperior line, and meganium line. if you find meganium to be too inconsistant, try nidoqueen d.
  5. Time for Pain

    Time for Pain <a href="

    take out gallade/gardevoir put in swampert (GE)
  6. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    i played the nido versen last season but it only works with brineys i play gardy for its power

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    its the point of the deck it works good trust
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2008
  7. Dennis Hawk

    Dennis Hawk New Member

    What's not to love for Absol in this? Discard their hand and their deck, 2-14 cards per turn...

    4-4-4 Rhyperior with 4 Super Scoop Ups can realistically discard 15 cards per game... Add night maintenances and that's over a third of your opponent's deck. Discarding ones hand with Absol for several turns == half a deck from your opponent - gone with discarding.

    Meganium d works pretty sweetly, as it can stall and prevent sniping (Delta reduction reduces all damage by 30, even bench damage) while you build up your Rhyperiors.

    If you like, you might want to put in 1-1 Claydol GE. The bench space might get a bit tight, though.
  8. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    i was thinkin a little on claydol but rhperior only plays 5 to 4 energies so its hard to start with it
  9. chriscobi634

    chriscobi634 New Member

    like mentioned before you should take out the Gardevoir out and max both Meganium D and Rhyperior lines out to 4-3-4 if possible.

    Since you already have Pachurisu I would take the Mentor out and add another Roseanne's.

    After you take out the Gardy then you can take our the Multis and keep straight basic fighting. So in the end your list should like something like this:

    Pokemon: 23
    4 Pachurisu
    4-3-4 Rhyperior
    3-2-3 Meganium

    4 ssu
    4 candy
    2 night mantine
    2warp point
    3 celios
    3 oaks
    2 roesanes
    1 Steven's Advice

    3 DRE
    3 Scramble
    7 Fighting

    The deck might run to tight and with only 7 basic energies to attach to Pachurisu you might have to switch that around too.
  10. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    i might try that but i would switch the stevens for a 4th oak
  11. chriscobi634

    chriscobi634 New Member

    you may want to keep the steve's there since there it's better straight draw.

    Probably a 2-2. I usually play 3-2 on steve's. 3 being what ever fits the deck better; POV or TVR. But you are running tight on space so the most you could do is 2-2.
  12. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    but mainly i will have more than 7
  13. chriscobi634

    chriscobi634 New Member

    have you playtested with it or you just think your going to have more then 7?
  14. PaTrIoTsFaN12

    PaTrIoTsFaN12 New Member

    iv had this deck built for a week our 2 mad hatter help me build it at the shop we go to
  15. chriscobi634

    chriscobi634 New Member

    no comment
  16. (TYranitarFReak)

    (TYranitarFReak) New Member

    I think you need pachi, rhyperior, meganium, and claydol. The draw is kinda tight w/o claydol..
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