Hello again readers, I’m back with you for my third and final article in August. I’m coming off of a rather mediocre and disappointing finish at Worlds where I played a deck that only one other person played in Day 2. I played Gengar & Mimikyu-GX/Omastar TEU because I knew that no matter what deck I played, I would have to high-roll to make Top 8. MimiGar was the deck that I decided on because if people do not know how to play against it, almost any matchup is winnable.
Today, I am going to go in depth on MimiGar and give detailed descriptions of the deck’s matchups, as well as why the cards that are in my list were chosen. Let’s jump right into it.
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