Note from Adam: This is an article from one of our younger viewers, so please be kind and leave helpful comments. :)
Hi, this is my first article on SixPrizes. I came up with this idea for a deck and I have been playing around with it for a while. This deck consists of a lot of different Pokémon but is made with one purpose in mind: Decking out your opponent.
Here’s the list.
3 Trapinch RR
3 Vibrava RR
3 Flygon RR
1 Flygon Lv.X RR
1 Giratina PL 9
1 Giratina Lv.X PL
3 Larvitar UL 50
3 Spiritomb AR
2 Uxie LA
2 Uxie Lv.X
4 Bebe’s Search
2 Luxury Ball
4 Pokémon Collector
4 Pokémon Communication
2 Premier Ball
3 Professor Elm’s Training Method
4 Super Scoop Up
4 Double Colorless Energy
Flygon Lv.X is the main attacker of this deck. Extreme Attack can take other Lv.X’s. It’s also used for its Poké-Body, Wind Erosion, which allows you to discard the top card from your opponent’s deck between turns.
A supporting Pokémon that has one of the leading roles in this deck. Giratina is used for its Poké-Body, Invisible Tentacles, which makes your opponent discard a card from his hand if he wants to attack. Very annoying (for them).
Another useful tech with a leading role. Its Poké-Power, Trade Off, allows you to draw 2 cards, choose one of them and put the other back into your deck.
Your main starter Pokémon. Used for its Darkness Grace attack (which allows you to search your deck for a Pokémon that evolves from a Pokémon you have in play) and also its Poké-Body, Keystone Seal, puts your opponent in a bad place with its Trainer Lock. I use Pokémon Collector to get Trapinches and start evolving them with Spiritomb.
I’ve noticed that not that many people give this trainer a chance, but I believe (and have experienced) that this card can be a be a life saver (not the candy).
You know the deal, search your deck for a Pokémon, show it to… wait what!! You run 2 Luxury Ball?! Yup, that’s right folks, I think that consistency is good and you probably will only draw 1 in the whole game so… I have 2. 3 would be overdoing it.
Professor Elm’s Training Method
Another card not seeing too much play. Why? No idea. But I use this in all my decks to get out evolutions fast.
Please leave comments, as I said, this is my first article and I want you to tell me exactly what you think.