Hello SixPrizes! I have been playing a ton of the Expanded format in an attempt to get ready for Portland, and I have really been enjoying it. The Standard format is one that I am currently not a fan of, so Expanded has been very refreshing. The consistency and options of each deck make the games a lot more enjoyable, and feel a lot less reliant on each deck’s opening turns. Garbotoxin is one of my favorite cards to play with and it is very strong right now, so I have been trying all sorts of Garbodor decks. This has led me to try out Zoroark/Exeggcute/Garbotoxin, where the Garbotoxin acts as a replacement for Hex Maniac. The deck has been incredibly powerful thus far, so I am going to dedicate this entire article to taking a look at it. Without further ado, lets start the article off with a bit more analysis of the expanded format.
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