Hey everyone! Only 9 days stand between us and the inaugural North American International Championship. I’m incredibly excited for the event and for the opportunity to compete in another large tournament. It’s been almost 2 months since my last Regional (or larger) sized event. My competitive itch needs to be scratched!
Today, I get to write about Decidueye-GX, one of my favorite cards ever printed. My natural excitement about the card and the Decidueye/Vileplume deck has made me the butt of many jokes as most players consider it to be rather oppressive and bad for the game. However, I find the setup of a Decidueye deck to be relatively skill intensive. Your Feather Arrow placements also require skill and some awareness of how the game will play out.
But enough talk, let’s look at how Decidueye/Vileplume came to be and how it works.
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