Stretch Armstrong

Why You’re Wrong About Expanded Regionals

Hunting the Yeti

The Quest for the Perfect List
Most of its body has the same composition as coal. Fittingly, this Pokémon was first discovered in coal mines about 400 years ago. (Rolycoly)

What Comes After Three?

The Past (Dallas w/ ZoroToad), The Future (SUM–TEU Standard), and a Team Up Top 10

The Resilient Stand

On Gardevoir’s Guard of the Format, Metagross’ Merit, and the Math Behind Memphis Regionals
It feeds on seaweed, using its teeth to scrape it off rocks. Electric current flows from the tips of its spines. (Pincurchin)

Fun in the Sun … and Moon

3 Fun Decks to Try with the New Set

Can You Do a Stinky?

The Top 5 Items You Need but Might Forget to Bring to Worlds

Rayquaza and Chill

My Life as a Competitive Pokémon TCG Player, from 2010 to Now
It ate a sour apple, and that induced its evolution. In its cheeks, it stores an acid capable of causing chemical burns. (Flapple)