Hello everyone! Travis Nunlist here rounding out the week (outside of Christopher’s Friday Flyers of course) after the very first North American Regional Championship! In the mere month since my last piece I have been fortunate enough to be able to compete in this event as well as the 2018 World Championships. Unfortunately for me, I finished very poorly in both of the events.
At the end of my pre-worlds article I was very hyped on Magnezone UPR as it had become a pet deck of mind that I thought had strong competitive potential. However, I ended up chickening out in the days leading up to the tournament to switch to a Gardevoir-GX/Sylveon-GX deck that my good pal and testing partner Clifton Goh had turned me onto. Incidentally, I also played Gardevoir-GX/Sylveon-GX at last year’s World Championship which got me farther into the event but still not quite good enough for Day 2. I still really like the deck, but I guess we were wrong because all of us that played it did horribly. For those interested, this is the list I played:
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