Pablo Meza

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A Straightforward Summary of Standard

A Review of Collinsville and Malmö’s Big Winners Moving Forward

An Ultra Perspective

Pablo on Dallas, Magnezone and Glaceon, and the Misses of Ultra Prism

A Triumphant Trio of Dallas Hopefuls

Pablo on Night March, Zoroark/Golisopod, and Zoroark/Lycanroc for Dallas

From A to Zoroark

On the State of Expanded, Zoroark/Lycanroc, Zoroark/Alolan Muk, and Gardevoir for Dallas

The Final Frontier

Pablo’s Memphis Recap, Review of Expanded, and Ultra Prism Highlights
It stores electricity in each spine. Even if one gets broken off, it still continues to emit electricity for at least three hours. (Pincurchin)

The Top Trio of Strategies

Looking at Lycanroc/Buzzwole, Golisopod/Zoroark, and Gardevoir/Max Potion for Memphis

Moving Onward and Westward

Moving from London to San Jose, Expanded Musings on Golisopod/Zoroark, Lycanroc/Zoroark, and Gardevoir

The Quintessential Quintet

Working though Pablo’s Top 5 for the European International Championships

Red Shift

The Expansion of the Metagame with the Introductions of Shining Legends and the Ultra Beasts

Fountain of Youth

Pablo’s Vancouver Regional Champion Report with Gardevoir-GX
Apparently the Dreepy inside _________’s horns eagerly look forward to being launched out at Mach speeds. (Dragapult)

Into the Horizons

A Look at Hartford’s Top Performing Concepts, Vikavolt’s Peculiar Place, and Gardy for Vancouver

The Top of the Pack

Looking at the Strengths and Weaknesses of Standard’s Top Trifecta, and at Ninetales & Drampa

Split Visions

Looking Back at Night March and Golisopod Garb in Expanded, Plus Gardevoir and Espeon for Standard

Tablemon at the Top Tables

Pablo Meza’s Top 8 Worlds Report and Recap from Anaheim

The Rise of the Sun

Examining Drampa, Noivern-GX, Turbo Darkrai, and Greninja for Anaheim
After being reborn as a ghost Pokémon, ______ wanders the areas it used to inhabit back when it was alive in prehistoric seas. (Dreepy)