This is a deck I have been working on creating. My friend first introduced me to the idea of using Typhlosion Prime and Ursaring Prime in the same deck and I liked it. I’ve been working with the idea and taken a lot of tips from others to create this decklist:
Typlosion Prime: This is the main card of you would like to start with. It has a consistent attack of 70 and is not challenging to get out in a couple turns. Its Poké-Power “Afterburner” will let you return the energy lost by his attack at the cost of one damage counter. It could also be used to return an energy lost by Engineer’s Adjustments.
pokebeach.comUrsaring Prime: This is the card that will become your attacker as the game goes on. It is easily built up with DCEs and its Poké-Body “Berserk” requires one damage counter. This Poké-Body is where Ursaring Prime pairs well with Typhlosion Prime.
When you use Afterburner and attach the energy to Ursaring it will initiate his Body allowing him to do 60 additional damage on each of its attacks. So, upon the turn of playing Ursaring, you could easily be doing 90 damage. Add an Expert Belt to that and you will be doing 110 on your first turn of playing Ursaring.
Now if you are able to get multiple Typhlosion Prime on your Bench you can recover multiple energies each turn. This could allow you to get Ursaring’s 2nd attack upon the turn of playing him, but that will require a lot of set up. The only thing that is a downside to this card in this situation is its Retreat Cost of 3. However, this is not a big deal as you could recover these energies easily using Afterburner. In fact, this could be a method used to transfer the energies off your weak Ursaring onto a healthier Ursaring.
Uxie LV.X: This is purely used for its draw power. Giving you a choice between two cards each turn, it really gives you some serious draw power.
All in all, I believe this is a good deck and it has good potential in a local league. I don’t expect this deck to reach high levels of competition or to compare to LuxChomp and other decks in the current meta, but I think it is fun to play and a pretty solid combination. Comments are highly appreciated.