At long last, I have finally begun to compete once again. Between the middle of October and all of November, I had precisely zero events to attend which made the road to 400 Championship Points seem all the more arduous. Many of my friends and peers are already well over that initial threshold or getting very close to crossing it and yet I am not even 25% complete. Thankfully, my competitive drive is firing on all cylinders and within the early days of December, I have already tripled my amount of Play Points.
Tracking the results of the European International Championships had left many questions in my head. Had Gardevoir truly been relegated to Tier 2? Was Tord’s deck the undisputed BDIF? What place did decks like Sivally-GX/Metal and Lycanroc-GX/Buzzswole-GX have in the new meta-game? It was a lot to answer in such a short period of time!
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