Tyranitar Prime Deck

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  1. Stu_Pop

    Stu_Pop New Member


    Here's the list that I have so far

    3-3-3 Tyranitar Prime (UL51-UL38-Prime)
    2-2 Umbreon UD
    4 Spiritomb AR
    1-1-1 Nidoqueen (TM-TM-RR)
    2 Uxie RR
    1 Azelf RR

    3 Broken Time-Space
    3 Pokemon Communication
    2 Rare Candy
    2 Warp Point
    2 Expert Belt
    1 Luxury Ball
    3 Pokemon Collector
    3 Bebe's Search
    2 Seeker
    1 Twins
    1 Palmer's Contribution

    4 DCE
    2 Rescue Energy
    4 Special Dark
    3 Basic Dark
    1 Psychic

    Basic Strategy is that Spiritomb provides early disruption and a trainer lock while you get set up with Tyranitars and Umbreon. Umbreon is good for most Stage 2 decks and SP Lv.X's and helps add to the stall. Ideally, you'd want to have T-Tar with a belt and at least 1 Sp. Dark on it, giving it's "Power Claw" ability the power of 90-100 (1-2 SP Dark) and the ability to OHKO most stage 1 and SP Basics. In case of larger opponents, "Megaton Tail" has the power of 150-160 and can pretty much OHKO anything except the mirror or a Tank (Steelix Prime, Torterra, etc.)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Sceptile King

    Sceptile King New Member

    I guess 1 Pupitar from SF wouldn't hurt
  3. rayquaza2222

    rayquaza2222 New Member

    do this:
    -2/2 Umbreon
    -1 Psychic
    -4 Spiritomb (I would only use Spiritomb in T-tar if it has Vileplume UD, if you want a Tyraniplume deck just tell me.)
    -1 Pupitar

    +4 Sableye
    +1 Collector
    +1/1/1 T-tar Prime
    +1 Rare Candy
    +1 Warp Point

    @ Scepltile King: Pupitar Sf is nice and would be nice for most T-tar decks but Pupitar UL if better. I wouldn't use Pupitar SF that much
  4. jk8971

    jk8971 New Member

    Ever consider memory berry for rage?
    I agree with using sableye > Tomb
  5. rayquaza2222

    rayquaza2222 New Member

    ^Hmmmmmmm I'm not sure if thats really needed. There is not many decks that run Pokemon that have up to 150 HP
  6. Mama_Luigi

    Mama_Luigi New Member

    Pupitar Sf works magic in Viletar though.
  7. rayquaza2222

    rayquaza2222 New Member

    ^ I know that, I run 2 Pupitar SF in my Viletar
    Last edited: Apr 11, 2011
  8. tyranitar trainer

    tyranitar trainer New Member

    I choose sableye over tomb. And the nidoqueen line is to slim.

    -4 spiritomb | Sableye
    -1 psychic energy | uneded
    -1 twins | 1 is not consistant
    +1-0-1 nidoqueen | need more
    +1 rare candy | need more
    +3 sableye | Setup
  9. Rambo

    Rambo Active Member

    Use Pupitar SF, doesn't get Garchomp Sniped.
    Bare in mind he said he said he's planning to lock early on, so Spiritomb is the best for doing this, and allows you to evolve early on in the game.

    Can I ask does Nidoqueen actually help this deck or is it just restore HP for no reason.
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