My PLox Deck

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  1. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    Pokemon: 22
    3 Pachirisu GE
    1 Tauros CG
    3 Ralts DF
    1 Ralts SW
    2 Kirlia SW
    2 Gardevoir SW
    1 Gardevoir PK
    1 Gardevoir Lv. X
    2 Gallade SW
    2 Baltoy PK
    2 Claydol GE
    1 Duskull DP(disable)
    1 Dusknoir DP

    Trainer/Supporter: 24
    4 Celio's Network
    2 Roseanne's Research
    3 Team Galactic's Wager
    2 Night Maintenance
    4 Rare Candy
    1 Strength Charm
    2 Buffer Piece
    1 Castaway
    2 Windstorm
    2 Warp Point
    1 Energy Switch

    Energy: 14
    6 Psychic
    2 Fighting
    4 Double Rainbow
    2 Scramble

    Please don't tell me to run 3 SW Gardevoir instead of 2 SW 1 PK, because I made that choice a long time ago and it works.

    I'm just wondering if there are any little things I am skipping over. Thanks.
  2. baby mario

    baby mario Front Page Article Editor<br><a href="http://pokeg

    First off if your running pk gardevoir you dont need so many double rainbow energy.
    Secondly take out the two buffer pieces and energy switch and add 2 phycic energy and possibly a crystal guardians dusclops just incase people are running omaster.These ideas are just based on my opinoion though.
  3. Flareon

    Flareon New Member

    Ya, if you added a Dusclops and used the SW Duskull, you could save a Rare Candy and avoid terrible Omstar damage.
  4. yoyofsho16

    yoyofsho16 New Member

    Baby Mario: PK Gardevoir isn't my main attacker, I use it when I need desperate energies. I have Buffer Piece because what cost me Top cut at states was a GG player who flipped out a buffer piece from no where. It saves. I would most likely take out Strength over it.

    Flareon: Dusknoir is alot more effective if you Duskull - Rare Candy - Dusknoir all in one turn, I think. Plus, I can Psychic-Lock 'em out of Omastar.
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