Hey everyone! Welcome back to another article. Today, I’m going to look at Zoroark-GX/Garbodor. I’ve been mostly departed from Expanded since Portland, but this past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the Florida marathon and one final Cup in Berwyn, IL once I came home. I also went to an ARG tournament in Florida before all of the cups, meaning I played in 4 tournaments total. 3 of those were with Zoroark-GX/Garbodor, and one was with the Zoroark-GX Exodia deck.
To preface this entire article, let me say that I think Zoroark-GX/Garbodor is a stronger deck than the combo. Sure, it’s great to pull off, but the surefire, consistent way to win the game is with a powerful swing turn with Zoroark-GX/Garbodor. On top of this reason, everything in Zoroark-GX/Garbodor is in your control. The combo is inherently brainless to pull off; you’re removing player skill from the win percentage. One can play Exodia to the best of his or her abilities, but the difference in results of great vs. best players playing that deck is lesser than the difference in Zoroark-GX/Garbodor. There are more options with Zoroark-GX/Garbodor, and more of the match is dictated by you.
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