Fun with poison.

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  1. White Gryphon

    White Gryphon New Member

    4 Nincada (Poison Breath) (Dragon)
    2 Ninjask (Supersonic) (Dragon)
    1 Roselia (Speed Growth) (Dragon)
    3 Koffing (Tackle) (R&S)
    1 Weezing (Confusion Gas) (R&S)
    4 Treecko (Poison Breath) (R&S)
    2 Grovyle (Poison Breath) (R&S)
    4 Mudkip (Pound) (R&S)
    2 Marshtomp (Bubble) (R&S)
    1 Swampert (Water Arrow) (R&S)

    3 Potion
    4 Energy Search
    2 PokeNav
    2 Balloon Berry
    2 TV Reporter
    1 Professor Birch
    1 Low Pressure System

    13 Grass
    8 Water

    Basically I use Poison and Sleep to my advantage while I get harder hitters into play (namely Weezing, Grovyle, Ninjask, or Swampert). What can be done to make this deck more resilient?
     
  2. Gardevoir

    Gardevoir New Member

    perhaps add muk ex, or muk AQ if you wanna have fun with status effects.

    theres a lot of better poison/sleep effect pokemon that you could choose from.
    for exmple: arbok, dustox line, seviper MAYBE.. possibilities endless :D
     
  3. GrandmaJoner

    GrandmaJoner Active Member

    Erm, this deck wouldn't work in a competitive envorinment, but there's nothing wrong with a fun deck. If you want swampert to be your main attacker, add more than one =/ Also, poison isnt that deadly these days, and sleep is a flip. So I think you should stick to this being a fun deck.
     
  4. White Gryphon

    White Gryphon New Member

    Grandma, I see what you mean about it being a fun deck. I could use it in demonstrations to show how Poison works in battle.

    I took a look at the cards you recommended, Gardevoir, and I see Seviper and Muk AQ as being pretty fun, but I think I'll stick with the Seviper. I think I can fit 3 of them in place of 1 Treecko, 1 Nincada, and 1 Mudkip.
     
  5. Gardevoir

    Gardevoir New Member

    yeah, those cards are fun :D, repost with a updated version of the deck and ill have a looky fixy :D
     
  6. Dañel

    Dañel New Member

    why don't you try cradily and sceptile ex, they poison and your opponent can't retreat
    :grass:
     
  7. Gardevoir

    Gardevoir New Member

    because they're horrible cards
     
  8. White Gryphon

    White Gryphon New Member

    To put it more in-depth, they both require two-step evolutions (of which one is enough, and I already have one going with Swampert) plus I don't want my deck to be too good to use in a newbie-friendly demo.

    Here's my fix:

    3 Nincada (Poison Breath) (Dragon)
    2 Ninjask (Supersonic) (Dragon)
    1 Roselia (Speed Growth) (Dragon)
    3 Koffing (Tackle) (R&S)
    1 Weezing (Confusion Gas) (R&S)
    3 Treecko (Poison Breath) (R&S)
    2 Grovyle (Poison Breath) (R&S)
    3 Mudkip (Pound) (R&S)
    2 Marshtomp (Bubble) (R&S)
    1 Swampert (Water Arrow) (R&S)
    3 Seviper (Sandstorm)

    3 Potion
    4 Energy Search
    2 PokeNav
    2 Balloon Berry
    2 TV Reporter
    1 Professor Birch
    1 Low Pressure System

    13 Grass
    8 Water
     
  9. Gardevoir

    Gardevoir New Member

    Id take out the swampert and add either a muk or dustox line
     
  10. White Gryphon

    White Gryphon New Member

    After checking out some Dragon scans, I think Crawdaunt would make a better replacement for Swampert... I also took out the Ninjask line to make room for more pokemon and trainers.

    2 Seviper (Sandstorm)
    2 Roselia (Speed Growth) (Dragon)
    4 Koffing (Tackle) (R&S)
    3 Weezing (Confusion Gas) (R&S)
    4 Treecko (Poison Breath) (R&S)
    3 Grovyle (Poison Breath) (R&S)
    4 Corphish (Toxic Grip) (Dragon)
    3 Crawdaunt (Rend) (Dragon)

    3 Potion
    3 Energy Search
    3 TV Reporter
    2 PokeNav
    2 Professor Birch
    2 Low Pressure System

    12 Grass
    8 Water
     
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