Jimmy Pendarvis

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  • Joined Oct ’14

Bio: I have been playing since 2006 when I transitioned from Yugioh to PokΓ©mon. I wasn’t taking the game too seriously until 2010, when I won a Regionals and a State Championships. Two years later, I qualified for my first World Championships which was a really exciting moment for me. I have qualified for every World Championships since 2012 and it is always what I aim for every year.

Top 16 NA 2017

Top 32 World Championships 2012
Worlds Competitor 2013
Top 32 World Championships 2014
Top 32 World Championships 2015
World Championships Qualifier 2016(couldnt go)
Top 8 World Championships 2017

Top 16 National Championships 2012
Top 16 National Championships 2016
Top 32 North America International Championships 2017
Top 8 Place Australia International Championships 2018

1st Place Indiana Regional Championships 2016(with an undefeated record)
1st Place VA Regional Championships 2010
1st Place VA Regional Championships 2012
1st Place PA Regional Championships 2011
2nd Place VA Regional Championships 2011
Top 4 Place PA Regional Championships 2013
Top 8 VA Regional Championships 2013
2nd Place at Regional Championship Side Event Nationals 2014
Top 8 Madison Regional Championships 2017
Top 8 Dallas Regional Championships 2018

What Comes After Three?

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

The Eminent Excellency

Profiles on Zoroark/Seismitoad and Zoroark/Golisopod for Dallas Expanded

A Deft Duo

Looks at Buzzwole/Basics and Trevenant BREAK for Anaheim Expanded

A Trio of Trouble

First Looks at Zoroark/Control, Blacephalon/Blacksmith, and Archie’s Blastoise for Anaheim Expanded

‘Zoroark’s Zany Zenith

A Profile of Zoroark-GX Control from the Latin American International Championships
Jumping nimbly about, this small-bodied PokΓ©mon takes advantage of even the slightest opportunity to disorient larger opponents. (Rookidee)

The New, Old, and Renewed

An Evaluation of Lost Thunder’s Change of Standard’s Pace and A Trio of Lost Thunder-Enabled Concepts

The Spooky Standard

Jimmy’s Portland Regionals Winning List and Lost Thunder First Thoughts

The Dark Side Returns

Profiling a New Spin on Zoroark-GX/Exeggcute for Portland Expanded

The Top of the Times

Looks at Zoroark/Golisopod, Zoroark/Lycanroc, Buzzwole/Shrine, and Empoleon/Swampert for Memphis Standard

The Top Tier

A Profile of Zoroark/Lycanroc and Rayquaza/Vikavolt for the Philly Standard
It uses its long tongue to taunt opponents. Once the opposition is enraged, this PokΓ©mon hurls itself at the opponent, tackling them forcefully. (Galarian Linoone)

The Zoroark Zone Remains

A Final Look at Zoroark/Lycanroc and Zoroark/Gardevoir for Worlds

It’s a Zoro-World

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

North America’s Best Bets

Reviewing the Top Finishers from NAIC with an Eye to Worlds

The Fighting Force

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

A Twist on the Menu

A Profile of Buzzwole/Garbodor and a “One-Prize” Malamar/Psychic List
Intense hunger drives it to extremes of violence, and the electricity in its cheek sacs has converted into a Dark-type energy. (Morpeko)