Note from Adam: This article was written before the announcement of the potential mid-season rotation to HGSS-on. Chris will address the news in the forums. Alright everyone! With Regionals behind us, we are looking forward to a rather turbulent time in the world of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. If you have paid attention whatsoever […]
Ok… this is THE ARTICLE you’ve been waiting for! The BIG LostGar article from Chris Fulop! This is the end-all article to settle the debates on the legitimacy of LostGar. Included are 3 unique takes on the decks along with loads of strategy and matchup analysis. You GOTTA see this one…
Yet another captivating article from Chris… this one’s about LostGar (no deck list yet), Palkia Lucario (deck list included), and a complete segment on “Layer Theory” – a theory that explains what separates winning players from losing players, and how to use this theory to accelerate your learning curve.
Chris takes an informal approach to article writing and discusses the following topics: 1. “City Championships: What is the play?” 2. “A Quick Recap of The Last 2 Cities I Went To” 3. “Lost World and the State of Post Call of Legends Pokemon” 4. “Black and White Cards Spoiled!” 5. “Black and White Rules Issue” 6. “LuxChomp Innovations” 7. “I Know You Want Deck Lists, So Here Are Some Deck Lists” 8. “Why the Best Type of Pokemon are Wails”
The City Championship season is well underway, and I’d imagine most of the readers on this site have already cut their teeth at one or more of them so far. If the local metagame is anything remotely indicative of the rest of the country, you’ll notice the following decks have really defined the format so […]
Besides being a former United States National Champion, Worlds Finalist, and an overall Charming and Handsome guy, one of the things I have been known for in my time playing this game has been my tendancy to tech, or even ‘overtech’ my decklists. Some people have agreed with my methods and theories over the years, […]
The Fall Battle Road season has come to an end, and we are faced with a fairly well-defined metagame. The format has been dominated by SP decks, ranging from LuxChomp to DialgaChomp and to Sableye variants. Beyond that, the two most successful decks were Gengar/Vileplume and Machamp decks. These could be straight, speed-based Machamp decks, […]