Hey there everyone, I am very excited to be bringing you my first article in the new rotation of the Pokémon Trading Card Game! I have been putting in a lot of testing, and I am very optimistic going into this new season. I feel as if my optimism has inspired the ideology behind the lists I have tested. Whenever rotation happens, it is easy to focus on the negatives. We lose those cards that seemed to always have our backs when we needed them the most—like going turn one Brigette for all of your Basic Pokémon. However, when cards like Brigette are no longer available as the clear best turn one option, it opens the door for alternative approaches.
Today, I am going to talk a bit about one of those alternatives that I believe is to be best fit for our current format. I call it the “Turn Two Meta.” Then I will talk about the deck that I have put a lot of time into and feel as if it plays very well into the Turn Two Meta concept. So let’s get right into it.
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