Going on a Rampage!

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Alazor, Apr 11, 2008.

8 league13 468 60
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Alazor

    Alazor Active Member

    Pokemon and Fossils: 21

    1 Lucario lv X (DP 12 Promo)
    3 Lucario (DP)
    4 Riolu (DP)
    1-1 Claydol (Great Encounters)
    1 Relicanth (Great Encounters)
    1-0-1 Omastar (Power Keepers)
    3 Rampardos (Mysterious Treasures)
    2 Cranidos (Mysterious Treasures)
    3 Skull Fossil (Mysterious Treasures)

    Trainers w/o fossils: 22

    3 Super Scoop Up
    2 Fossil Excavator (MT)
    4 Rare Candy
    1 Pokedex 910
    2 Pokeball
    2 Pluspower
    3 Prof. Oak's Visit (Secret Wonders)
    1 Copycat (Dragon Frontiers)
    1 Warp Point
    3 Roseanne's Research (Secret Wonders)

    Energy: 14

    11 Fighting Energy
    1 Double Rainbow Energy (CG)
    2 Scramble Energy (Dragon Frontiers)
  2. Xenoz Blaid

    Xenoz Blaid New Member

    1 Lucario lv X (DP 12 Promo) What does it do?
  3. Alazor

    Alazor Active Member

    "1 Lucario lv X (DP 12 Promo) What does it do?"

    For 3 energy he can do 80 damage, but next turn 30 more damage is done to him. You would usually use it after the "Stance" poke-power, which protects Lucario lv.X from all attacks for 1 turn. The point is you can scoop up Lucario lv. X and switch for another Lucario and Lv. that one up. Or you could re-use Absol ex so that Rampardos' Assurance can work more often.

    Omastar (PK) can then devolve all your opponent's pokemon, so if you're playing aginst any stage 2 deck
    you can just keep on devolving them. If you have damage spread like Absol ex and Lucario, you can KO several pokemon at once.

    It's also good that all pokemon have such low retreat costs.
  4. cubone

    cubone Member

    i dont think you can rare candy fossils so just to be on the safe side i would drop 2 of them and add another cranidos and omynite
  5. Prize_Card

    Prize_Card New Member

    ^ You can rare candy fossils.
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page