Rayquaza and Chill

My Life as a Competitive Pokémon TCG Player, from 2010 to Now

Sweet Sleeping Format

A Deep Look into HS–BLW, the Wild-Ride Anything-Goes 2011 Nationals and Worlds Format

Offseason’s Maintenance

Philosophies for Becoming a Better Player During the Offseason (or This Unexpected Break in Organized Play)

Squid Now and Squid Later

What I Like About the Limitless Online Series, Mew3/Malamar (My Q1 Deck), and Malamar VMAX to Counter Dragapult, the Likely New BDIF

Wow, Look at That ‘S’ Car Go

My Other Standard Go-To, Magcargo-GX (for UPR–SSH Online Tournaments)
The powerful muscles in its tail generate its electricity. Compared to its lower body, its upper half is entirely too small. (Dracozolt)

East to West Vol. 1

A Look to Japan for Rebel Clash’s Impact on Standard’s Top Tiers, Including Dragapult VMAX, Toxtricity VMAX, ADPZ, and PikaRom

Unlimited’s Wrath

Nine Unlimited Decks That Win on Turn 1 in All Ways Possible (Including Bench Out, Deck Out, the Unown Trio, Lost World, and, Yes, Walk-Off Homer)

Something Fishy

Seaking (and Destroy…) and My Top Three VMAXs from Rebel Clash (Dragapult, Toxtricity & Inteleon) w/ Launchpad Lists

Leaping Lizards

ADPZ @ Guatemala, Takuya’s Dragapult VMAX, and My Rebel Clash Top 5
It has special pads on the backs of its feet, and one on its nose. Once it’s raring to fight, these pads radiate tremendous heat. (Scorbunny)

Making the Most of the Quarantine

A Three-Step Plan for Preparing for the Return of the Pokémon TCG

Jurassic Park

Salazzle Mill (for Toronto) and Morpeko VMAX 2.0 (for Charlotte), or What Would Have Been

Treading Shockwaves

Coming to Terms w/ the Pandemic, PikaRom Two Ways (PikaHammers + PikaClay), and an Aside on the SPE/Region-Locking Debate

The Electric Sheep Test

Dethroning ADP/Z, Turbo ADP/Z, Sleep Mill (Best Mill), and, Yep!, Shock Lock

What a Tool

Where We Left Off, Decks I’m Worried About for Toronto, and Tanky/Tooly ADP, My Fav Play for this Weekend
It emits psychic energy to observe and study what’s around it—and what’s around it can include things over six miles away. (Orbeetle)