Hey guys! Guardians Rising introduced so many new cards and completely shook up the format. The first weekend of tournaments with the set are in past, and many of the expected decks have seen success. Garbodor and Greninja have been the most notable contenders, while everything else is trying to scrape together decent showings. There’s acceptable rationale for a number of decks to see play, and in this article I will cover my two favorite decks for Seattle Regionals.
I hope to perform well at these last few Regionals to secure a Day 2 invitation to Worlds. It’s awesome to be on the first page right now, (I’m at #21 as I write this), but hopefully I can push my way over the hump. I’ll be attending all 3 remaining Regionals, Origins, and North American Internationals. I’ve never been more motivated to put together ideas and find strategies to win. Aging up this year reintroduced my love for this game, mostly because I find it more challenging. Let’s get into today’s topics: Raichu and M Gardevoir!
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