Discussion in 'Deck Help and Strategy' started by Rocky500, May 30, 2008.

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  1. Rocky500

    Rocky500 New Member

    Just an idea a lot of people have had I guess. I wanted to try a list but I honestly have no clue, heh.

    Pachirisu 4
    Claydol 2-2
    Omastar 3-2-3
    Empoleon 4-2-4

    total: 26

    Celio's 3
    Masterball 3
    Candy 3
    Warp Point 3
    Wager 4
    Excavator 1
    NM 1
    Roseanne's 2

    Scramble 2
    DRE 3
    Water 6
    WP 3

    the general idea is quite simple. Start with Pachi and set up a Piplup to Empoleon fast with Claydol's help and spread damage around quickly with Empoleon. Afterwards Primal Swirl them for multiple KO's and Wager their evolutions back into their deck to give them a bench of basics.

    I just need suggestions on my trainer line basically. I'm content with Pachi start but I dunno if 3-2-3 Omastar is ok. Maybe 2-1-2? idk.
  2. Alazor

    Alazor Active Member

    Play Suicune, replace one Pachirisu with maybe one Phione or Relicanth (Great Encounters) and max out on Rare Candy.
  3. charchar

    charchar New Member

    3 pachi
  4. revdjweb

    revdjweb New Member

    you need stadiums/windstorms to protect your energies and powers
  5. charchar

    charchar New Member

    1 night maintenence not enough 2 at least.
  6. Rocky500

    Rocky500 New Member

    if i COULD run them i might. I don't see where there would be room though.

    Why would I play Suicune? It searches from your discard pile. Decent late game, horrible early game as a starter. Unless I played Catty or TVR.

    Pachirisu does much better and helps against Cess.
  7. charchar

    charchar New Member

    u def run suicune. in any empoleon deck these days, trust me, u need it. 1 lv.x and 4 candy.
  8. Rocky500

    Rocky500 New Member

    what should i replace for it? lol maybe Night Matinence and Excavator? idk
  9. charchar

    charchar New Member

    a WP. holon wp
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