How do 3 different decks consistently win?

Discussion in 'World Championships' started by yoyofsho16, Aug 19, 2008.

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  1. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    Every year, the World Championships decks have been printed as follows: all three division's champion decks, and a deserving 2nd place deck. What I find eerie, however, is the fact that all 4 decks manage to be different, that is, no 2 age divisions have ever had the same deck win. It is strange to me that, by chance, the decks are ALWAYS different, in this format especially. Most everyone was sure that GG would win all 3 age divisions, yet it somehow only pulled off one, and 2 rogues made it to boot into the deck print (Toxizor, Blissey, Plox, and Empoleon will be the decks). I don't understand... is there a curse that every year, 3 different decks will win?
  2. Wood811

    Wood811 New Member

    Yes, thats the only reason some people didn't play gg.They know the CURSE!!!!

    I think it is quite interesting how it plays out like that.
  3. Gengar

    Gengar Member

    '04 magma swept...
  4. Tego

    Tego New Member

    There were only two decks that did well at Worlds:

    Big Stage 2 That Uses Powers and Scrambles
    Fast Stage 1 deck with Cessation and Crystal Beach

  5. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    But 3 different ones won!How does it all come together so perfectly?!

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    ...and every year? You would figure that in at least one of the 5 Worlds we have had so far, 2 of the same deck would have won...
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  6. Rew

    Rew Active Member

    different metagame for each age group, player skill and how the players play.

    team magam won all of 2004 worlds age groups.
  7. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    Sorry, didn't realize that...

    Considering I wasn't a Metagame player then, does anyone know if Magma was worse of a metagame leader than GG? As in... more sweeping than it?

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    And either way, didn't GG run the board in all divisions generally? I don't see how the 3 divisions have a different metagame.
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  8. Rew

    Rew Active Member

    magma was a japanese deck, we didn't see it coming and it took us like delta at nats 06.
  9. PokeMontoya

    PokeMontoya New Member

    Toxicroak is Called "INTIMIDATION" or if we get lucky with the 4 choices of name for printing it will be called Blubbering Intimidation LOL
  10. Lil_Magma

    Lil_Magma Member

    'sept my bro saw it comin and T16ed worlds only to lose to Yoneda (the champ 11-14) Hence the names Magma
  11. Magnechu

    Magnechu Active Member

    '05 Medicham won 10- and 11-14 as well.
  12. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    Wow, if it was really like that in the past (to my ignorance, lol), then how did Plox manage to NOT take at least 2 divisions??
  13. ChaosJim

    ChaosJim Member

    If you're one of the toughest guy around, and everyone shows up with knives that work extra well on you, how do you think its going to end yo yo?
  14. cloud9

    cloud9 New Member

    Maybe its somekind of conspiracy theory behined it all, plotted by the goverment.
  15. Pidgeotto Trainer

    Pidgeotto Trainer New Member

    Listen to this guy.
  16. XYZ_Sniper

    XYZ_Sniper New Member

    from my understanding magma was not an SD
  17. Magnechu

    Magnechu Active Member

    Maybe not for the Japanese, but no American player knew about it.

    On Gardy not winning:

    "This whole phenomena is a mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a government agenda."
  18. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    I am not cool enough for Team X-files.
  19. XYZ_Sniper

    XYZ_Sniper New Member

    well according to my league leader (arizona) they all knew about the magma deck but pulled out from playing it for some reason

    and im not Japanese btw
  20. GOROY

    GOROY New Member

    The Magma deck was a deck that was considered "not good" in the 2003-2004 season; some people played it, but it never had a consistant win streak or many American followers. That year was all about Blaziken variants and how to beat them... Right before worlds, Shiftry became popular, and at worlds, the metagame was very diverse..Shiftry, Walreign, Crobat, Swampert, Gardevoir, as well as a few Blaziken-to name a few. Most of the Japanese players played a very consisten Magma deck and pretty much dominated all 3 age divisions, although the Masters Division, (called 15+ division at the time), almost had a Blaziken win, but bad luck prevented Blaziken from winning and Magma pulled the win.

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