Skittles~Discard the Rainbow

Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by ShuckleLVX, Jul 12, 2008.

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  1. ShuckleLVX

    ShuckleLVX Active Member

    So I have been playing with a deck using Porygon ZX and Ho-oh, but found myself using just the Ho-oh 90% of the time. However, half my plan worked out very well, so i came up with this idea:

    3 Ho-oh
    2 Rotom
    3 Lunatone
    2 Solrock
    4 Smeargle
    14 Pokemon

    4 Rosannes Research
    4 Felicitys Drawing
    4 Oaks Visit
    2 Wager
    3 Energy Switch
    3 SSU
    3 Night Maintainance
    3 Warp Point
    2 Energy Restore

    2 Fighting
    2 Electric
    2 Fire
    2 Fighting
    2 Dark
    2 Metal
    2 Psychic
    2 Water
    2 Grass
    18 Energy

    This is for DP-on, as it stands now. Come LA, the Oaks will become Bucks, Snowpoint Temple will be added, as will Energy Patch. I know claydol is cool and all, but i need my bench space, and already have a drawing engine.
    As for stratagy, use Felicitys and Lunatone to dump energy into the Discard, while attaching it with Rotom. Smeargle is the ideal start, so you can dig out energy early. Hes also a decent emergency attacker, as 1 of your opponents attacks can really come in handy in a crunch. Yeah, its a coin flip, which is inconsistant, but hey, a crunch time is a crunch time right?
  2. MrMeches

    MrMeches New Member

    I believe that a 3-2-3-1 Chomp X line would work better and that this would give an additional attacker...

    Nice idea though, and if it ain't broke, don't fix it!
  3. sleeping darkness

    sleeping darkness New Member

    I sort of like mrmeches idea but what should you take out hhhhmmmm ill update this later
  4. ShuckleLVX

    ShuckleLVX Active Member

    Putting in a Garchomp line, especialy such a thick one, would change this deck entierly. If i wanted a garchomp deck, i would have posted a garchomp deck >.<
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