Welcome back! My last article highlighted my potential plays for Seattle, but I have a different direction for this one today. Garbodor dominated Seattle with the highest % of decks in Day 2. 24 out of them, resulting in 75%. The previous most dominant event performance by a single archetype was Decidueye/Vileplume in Salt Lake City — there were 9 of them in Day 2, but that is nothing compared to 24. In this article, I’ll attempt to dissect the success of Garbodor, how to build your deck better, and a deck I’ve been trying that utilizes a mix between Quad Lapras and Israel Sosa’s Waterbox list.
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