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
Pokemon ParadijsFlygon Lv.X
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.
Your alternative starter Pokémon. Got Larvitar in your opening hand? Don’t have Spiritomb? Not to fret! Just give it an energy and it’ll start discarding cards early and healing itself!
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.