Hello everyone! If you guys are like me, the past few weeks have been quite the experience in trying to figure out what to play for the tournaments in Nashville. Whether you are playing in the World Championships or you are playing in the Nashville Open, your next tournament is easily one of the most important tournaments of the season. With so much on the line in a format that has a whole new set introduced into it, things can get very confusing. Well today, I thought that I might bring you guys something a little off-meta that is actually quite well positioned in our new meta. That deck is Dusk Mane Necrozma/ Magnezone.
This deck has been slept on and pushed to the side since its release despite impressive performances by those who chose to play it. At the very least, you could keep this deck as a back up pick in case everything goes wrong in testing so you can rest easy in the weeks to come as Worlds inches closer. I will first explain to you all why Dusk Mane Necrozma is in an even better position than it was before Celestial Storm’s release, and then I will give you guys some lists and talk about the matchups. Let’s get into it!
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