Hey everyone! It has been a bit longer than normal since my last article, but never fear I am back once again. Since my last article, I took down another Regional Championships with one of my favorite decks in recent history, ZoroToad. I had not expected to play the deck for the event whatsoever, and could not believe it when I found myself sleeving it up the night before the event. My group had pretty much completely wrote the deck off after the release of Lost Thunder, but I think we just didn’t put enough work into it as we should have at first.
I was absolutely expecting to play a Zoroark control list similar to what Isaiah Williams played, but made the switch late Friday night. I am totally glad I did, as it really paid off, and the deck was actually a blast to play once again. For the next Regional Championship, Dallas, I still like the ZoroToad deck, and ZoroPod is another deck that has caught my attention. Let’s kick things off with a look at old faithful, ZoroToad.
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