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No Bats, No Rats

Two Decks That Omit Crobat V and Dedenne-GX (Green’s/PikaRom and Decidueye/Obstagoon) for the Players Cup II Qualifier Period

You Have a Good Deck

Recapping the Players Cup Finals and the Future of TEU–DAA

East to West Vol. 1

A Look to Japan for Rebel Clash’s Impact on Standard’s Top Tiers, Including Dragapult VMAX, Toxtricity VMAX, ADPZ, and PikaRom

Double Double Blaze

JoseZard (Card Choices, Matchups, Worlds Recap) and a Comparison to Tord’s Worlds Top 4 Ability ReshiZard List

The DC Double

Two Worlds Powerhouses, PikaRom + ReshiZard, and How to Answer the Problem of Walls
It stores flammable gas in its body and uses it to generate heat. The yellow sections on its belly get particularly hot. (Sizzlipede)

Tag Bolt, You’re It

EUIC Tournament Recap, Innovations, Our PikaRom List, and Vespiquen Honed for Hartford

The Forest for the Trees

Christopher’s Look Back at Portland, ft. Trevenant BREAK Report & First Thoughts on Lost Thunder

It’s a Zoro-World

A Primer on the Zoroark Variants of Celestial Storm, with Looks at Golisopod, Garbodor, and Magcargo

The Fighting Force

A Pair of Looks at Buzzwole/Lycanroc and Buzzwole/Garbodor for NAIC

Been There, Back Again

An Expanded Primer for Salt Lake Regionals
It’s skilled at both offense and defense, and it gets pumped up when cheered on. But if it starts showboating, it could put itself in a tough spot. (Cinderace)

An Expansive Spread

Profiles of Trevenant, Dugtrio, Toad/Glaceon, and Greninja for Costa Mesa Expanded

Garbotoxin Strikes Back

Looking at the Top 8 Drampa/Garb from Dallas and More Garb for Standard

The Crimson Caper

Evaluating the Top Card of Crimson Invasion and Zoroark-GX & Sableye for San Jose Expanded

Burning Desire

Some 6P News, Dissecting Drampa/Garbodor, Guessing at Greninja (ugh), and Guiding Gardevoir for Anaheim

Seattle Science Center

Xander’s Seattle Recap, Methods and Madness for Beating Garbodor, and a Patient Waterbox.
The powerful muscles in its tail generate its electricity. Compared to its lower body, its upper half is entirely too small. (Dracozolt)