Esa Juntunen

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  • Joined Sep ’11
  • ✍ 26 articles written

Bio: My name is Esa Juntunen and I live in Finland. I’m a 6-time National Champion of Finland and I love to write just about anything. I write to the SixPrizes Underground and to my blog – www.thedeckout.com – about the metagame and decks all over the world. My blog is probably most known for the Eye on Japan articles, which cover Japanese metagame and decks.

While it’s engaged in battle, its mountain of coal will burn bright red, sending off sparks that scorch the surrounding area. (Coalossal)
Most of its body has the same composition as coal. Fittingly, this PokΓ©mon was first discovered in coal mines about 400 years ago. (Rolycoly)
It was inside a meteorite that fell 20,000 years ago. There seems to be a connection between this PokΓ©mon and the Dynamax phenomenon. (Eternatus)