Bio: Hello folks, Aaron Minjoot aka Arcanyx here. I’ve been in the Pokémon TCG world for the last 11 years, all the way from the Base Set till now, though I do have some gaps in between. Only became aware of the competitive scene in Fall 2011, and active ever since.
A big fan of anti-metagame and lower-tier decks. Currently a league organizer at a newly revived Pokémon League here in Malaysia in the town of Subang Jaya. Venturing into the strategy article world of competitive Pokémon TCG and determined to be bringing you quality content whenever I can.
First competitive Pokémon TCG season: 2011/2012.
8th Malaysian Nationals 2012 (Zekrom/Eels)
10th Malaysian Cities 2012 (Ho-oh)
13th Malaysian States 2012 (Zekrom/Eels)
27th Malaysian Cities 2011 (Reshiboar)
An Early Comprehensive Look at Emboar/Delphox “First up, a skeleton list to get started: This leaves us with around 20-30 spaces to work with on our choices. I’ll first go over the possible Pokemon inclusions. Do note that this article is aimed at the general audience, but I specifically try my best to provide a detailed guide for those who are much newer to the game, and want to understand a little more about decks such as Emboar (which they might not have the chance of knowing/playing due to the availability of Tropical Beach). Tepig LTR & BCR I personally prefer a 2/1 split of the…
Malaysia 2014 City Championship Report with Klinklang/Reuniclus “It has been awhile, SixPrizes. It is almost a year since my last article, and my last season ended at Malaysian Nationals with Plasma Klinklang, losing in Top 8. Since then, I’ve relocated to Wollongong, New South Wales, and the lack of a League there made it difficult to continue being competitive. Returning to Malaysia in December for a short holiday made all the difference as I’m now back in Premier Events, albeit only for a short while before returning to Australia. I must admit that I did barely any playtesting at all during these few weeks, and was certain…
The shaking of its freezing upper half is what generates its electricity. It has a hard time walking around. (Arctozolt)