Hello everyone! August has been an important month for the Pokémon TCG. We had three major happenings, which were (1) the rotation of Standard to UPR-on, (2) the arrival of the new Unified Minds, and of course (3) the Pokémon World Championships 2019. Unfortunately, I couldn’t go to Worlds this year, but during July and August I prepared students for this big tournament, and during my testing I ended up creating an interesting version of Mew Box. In the end, my Mew Box list has the same plan as Henry Brand’s Mew Box list, which is to find and use Welder whenever you need it, from the first game turn.
Brazilian player Cássio Moraes of the Junior Division is one of my students and he got an amazing Top 4 finish at the World Championships using my version of Mew Box.
In this article, I will look at my version of Mew Box and compare it to Henry Brand’s version of Mew Box that won Worlds in the Masters category.
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