The last time I was with you, I was just coming off one of my better tournament performances in recent memory, with a deck that was straight out of the woodwork. Metagross was certainly a coup d’état on that metagame, as I truly believe it could beat anything there. Things have changed a bit, and we have a different scene now, but I do still believe Metagross could be well-positioned heading into the North American International Championships. As a result, I’m here today to kick off our “Road to Indy” series with a profile of the metal giant.
If you haven’t already seen it, be sure to check out our site update/coverage preview. In short, we have an article every day from now to Indy covering a different deck. Each article is going to be formatted fairly similarly, so we hope it’ll be pretty easy to follow once you get into it. Metagross is certainly far from the most exciting deck we’ll be getting to over the next week and a half, but we’ll get into its place in the meta today.
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