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Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Hippowdon SaveSand, Mar 26, 2011.

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  1. Hippowdon SaveSand

    Hippowdon SaveSand New Member

    My Vilegar failed horribly. It was bad, just plain sucked.


    4-3-1 Hippo rr
    4 sableye sf
    2-2 ninetales
    1 azelf
    1 unown q

    3 bts
    4 bebe's
    2 collector
    2 communication
    1 luxury ball
    4 engineer's
    2 PONT
    2 seeker
    1 palmer's
    2 belt
    2 warp point

    6 rock
    4 dce
    7 fire

    The big idea with this deck is to draw fast, and draw big- the ideal start would be with sableye to impersonate engineer's and other supportery things, thus giving you a rather nifty hand.
    then, use Hippowdon to save his precious sand and kill big things. Ninetales are good additonal draw.
    No uxie in here. He's useless in this deck- big drawpower from ninetales and engineer's means little/ no "set up" pokepower. That, and we got into a fight.
  2. rayquaza2222

    rayquaza2222 New Member

    Do you really need all that fire energy for Ninetales? I think you should only be using the Poke-Power of Nintales.
  3. wulfboy15

    wulfboy15 New Member

    The Fire energy is for Ninetails Poke-Power...
    It needs you to discard a Fire Energy from your hand
  4. rayquaza2222

    rayquaza2222 New Member

  5. waynegg

    waynegg CotD Editor<br>Forum Moderator

    what he said............

    ^^Ninja'd while editing for being ninja'd
  6. wulfboy15

    wulfboy15 New Member

    'Tis okay~ Nobody can remember what every single card does~

    Now for the deck, I'd say take out either a PONT and/or a Bebe's Search and replace them/it with Vs. Seeker(s), meaning more use of things like Palmer's, Bebe's, and your Engineers. If the Vs. Seeker(s) don't work for you, you could always try Fisherman, allowing you to take up to 4 basic energy from your discard pile and putting them into your hand to reuse on Ninetails/Engineer
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