Hey there 6P readers! I’m excited to be back again writing for this fantastic site as this will be my second article on here. Worlds is inching closer and closer as the weeks have gone by. I’ve been doing a lot of coaching, testing, and just getting ready for Worlds all at once. I even played in a handful of pre-Worlds League Cups, during which I won three in a row with ReshiZard, so I’ve been quite busy.
Right now I am sitting at 187/500 Championship Points and the season hasn’t really started yet, so I’m happy with my 2019–2020 season so far. That puts me currently ranked 2nd in the US/Canada Leaderboards. But you’re not here to read about pre-Worlds stuff; I’m sure players are eagerly waiting for the DC Open and the Main Event as I myself am one of those players. Having the privilege of automatically advancing to Day 2 is nice given that I am able to wait and see what happens in Day 1 to decide on my deck choice. However, that doesn’t mean I can slouch in the interim because, as I said in my latest article, the players who put the most time and effort into testing will be rewarded with better results.
For this article, I’ll be discussing two more decks that can be strong contenders for Worlds. First, I’ll start off with my own brew of Garchomp & Giratina-GX/Malamar paired with Dragon Talon. Next, I’ll transition into Blacephalon-GX/Naganadel paired with Ninetales TEU. These two decks can be fierce competitors if piloted correctly, and today I will showcase my takes on them.
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