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Dr-Professor

The Genesect EX? It's a Megalo Cannon concept archetype deck. The expansion pack hasn't been released yet. However, this deck could destroy Blastoise/Keldeo. Now, if you are asking for my deck that I posted for deck help w/ Ninetales, that win loss is 9 wins/7 losses. Not bad for an evolution deck.

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The-TCG-Helper
Seeing examples of good decks is really handy, thank you. :)

I know. I made a pretty good deck.

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Battler077

hey what do you think about my deck?

 

 

"I´m the number 1 princess in the world.

So make sure you know by heart how to treat me,

got it?"(Hatsune Miku-World is Mine)

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AAA-Pikachu-AAA

Threats eh? Well I think your deck would be absolutely perfect if you had some other stuff.

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WindFromNorth

I'm pretty new around but i just wanna say thanks for this thread! looking at all of those diffrent decks helped me alot improveing my, Well yes noobish way to build ^_^! again thank you guys alot

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My_Real_Name

hey OP where is ur deck? seems like your the one stealing other people's decks. lol at asking other people's win/loss. could u make it anymore obvious?

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TehToggler

Plasma Power

 

2 Snorlax

2 Lugia EX

2 Thundurus EX

2 Tornadus EX

2 Kyruem (PF)

 

Supporters:

N (4)

Juniper (4)

Shadow triad (3)

Ghetsis (2)

Colress

 

Items

Super rod

Scrmble switch

Plasma Balls (4)

Colress Machine (4)

Pokemon Catcher (2)

Escape Rope (2)

 

Stadium:

Frozen City (2)

 

Energy:

Lightning (3)

Water (4)

Plasma (4)

double colourless (4)

 

there prob are cards i am forgetting but there the important ones

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Battler077

V for Victory deck(i didnt tried it yet)

 

Victini(Victory Star)x1

Victini(V-Create)x1

Victini(V-Blast)x1

Victini(Relentless Flames)x1

Victini-EX x2

 

Victory Piece x1

Victory Cup x4

Corless x3

N x4

Prof Juniper x2

Skyla x3

Pokémon Catcher x4

Crushing Hammer x4

Enhanced Hammer x4

Virbank City Gym x2

Recycle x3

Hypnotoxic Laser x3

Ghetsis x2

 

Fire Energy x11

Blend Energy GFPD x4

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AlexManectric
4 Rayquaza EX

28 fire energy

28 electric energy

Win 1

Loss 0

 

4 Heatmor

56 Fire Energy

 

Wins: 2

Loss: 0

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FlameRaven

This is my current deck I'm trying out, basically as a test for the deck I'm building with RL cards. Based heavily on the two PF theme decks as those and a handful of boosters make up my current RL cards.

 

I call this my "Skittles" deck (taste the rainbow!)

 

2 Leafeon

2 Glaceon

1 Jolteon

1 Espeon

1 Vaporeon

4 Eevee

2 Mewtwo-EX

2 Yamask

1 Cofagrigus

2 HootHoot

2 Noctowl

 

2 Rocky Helmet

2 Energy Retrieval

1 Full Heal

1 Great Ball

1 Level Ball

1 Plasma Ball

1 Ultra Ball

1 Pokemon Catcher

2 Potion

2 Switch

1 Bianca

3 Cheren

1 Cilan

1 Colress

1 N

 

4 Leaf Energy

3 Water Energy

2 Electric Energy

6 Psychic Energy

4 DCE

 

I've found that the in-game win/loss tracker is not very accurate, so I started tracking it myself. Since yesterday, this deck has won 10 games and lost 4. Probably needs a little more tweaking but it holds up very well against a variety of decks, even EX-heavy decks. For the RL version I have Rainbow Energy and I'll be curious to see if that improves the performance any.

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AAA-Pikachu-AAA
4 Rayquaza EX

28 fire energy

28 electric energy

Win 1

Loss 0

 

4 Heatmor

56 Fire Energy

 

Wins: 2

Loss: 0

I've tried both of these and find that these decks anger people a lot.

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999Foshizzel

Is this deck worth 90$ IRL? Or is there a budget deck that someone can inform me about.

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Dr-Professor

What is IRL? And what do you mean by "budget deck"? Do you mean a deck that doesn't cost much? That would be hard to do for a decent enough deck.

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Walrus58

Here's my "Stress-Free Eevee Deck," which I made a couple of days ago because I needed a break from being beaten up in Expert by Thundurus/Deoxys/Kyurem decks. I say "Stress-Free" because I don't care much if it wins or loses, but I have fun playing it (only in Novice so far).

 

2 Leafeon

2 Flareon

1 Glaceon

1 Vaporeon

1 Jolteon

2 Espeon

1 Umbreon

4 Eevee (Signs of Evolution)

1 Keldeo EX

 

3 Colress Machine

1 Dowsing Machine

4 Hypnotoxic Laser

2 Level Ball

2 Catcher

2 Super Rod

1 Tool Scrapper

2 Ultra Ball

 

2 Bianca

1 Colress

4 N

3 Juniper

 

3 Virbank City Gym

 

2 Float Stone

 

1 Water Energy

2 Psychic Energy

2 LWMF Blend

2 PFLD Blend

2 Double Colorless

4 Plasma Energy

 

The strength of the deck is that it's able to take advantage of the weaknesses of a wide variety of Pokemon. See what your opponent is playing and set up the appropriate Evos! As most of the attacks don't require much energy, it can move quickly, and if you can set up Keldeo with a Float Stone you can quickly switch from one type to another. My personal rule is that Keldeo is for fast switching and doesn't attack. Lasers/Virbanks are needed because frequently they make the difference between taking out an EX and not.

 

The weakness of the deck is that it loses a lot! Just 27 wins in 51 games (though to be fair that includes about ten straight losses while I was building the deck and figuring out how to play it). But even when you lose it feels sweet when your Espeon takes down a Mewtwo, your Flareon a Cobalion EX, your Leafeon a Keldeo EX or your Glaceon a Victini EX.

 

Update:

 

-1 Flareon

-1 Vaporeon

+2 Absol

+1 Cobalion NVI

-1 Dowsing Machine

+1 Computer Search

-1 Level Ball

-1 Ultra Ball

-1 N

+1 Skyla

-1 Virbank

+1 Team Plasma Badge

-1 Water Energy

-1 Psychic Energy

+1 Darkness Energy

+1 Metal Energy

+1 LWMF Blend

+1 PFLD Blend

-2 DCE

 

The excellent AAA Pikachu AAA, who started this thread, suggested trying it in Expert. I have, and the official win/loss is 8/5, though because of the way the online game counter works that doesn't include a couple of quick donks (Landorus can easily OHKO an Eevee on T1). Decks defeated include one Darkrai/Sableye, one Keldeo/Blastoise/Black Kyurem, and one Thundurus/Deoxys.

 

Obviously this is not a monster deck, but I'm surprised how well it's doing in Expert.

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AAA-Pikachu-AAA
Here's my "Stress-Free Eevee Deck," which I made a couple of days ago because I needed a break from being beaten up in Expert by Thundurus/Deoxys/Kyurem decks. I say "Stress-Free" because I don't care much if it wins or loses, but I have fun playing it (only in Novice so far).

 

2 Leafeon

2 Flareon

1 Glaceon

1 Vaporeon

1 Jolteon

2 Espeon

1 Umbreon

4 Eevee (Signs of Evolution)

1 Keldeo EX

 

3 Colress Machine

1 Dowsing Machine

4 Hypnotoxic Laser

2 Level Ball

2 Catcher

2 Super Rod

1 Tool Scrapper

2 Ultra Ball

 

2 Bianca

1 Colress

4 N

3 Juniper

 

3 Virbank City Gym

 

2 Float Stone

 

1 Water Energy

2 Psychic Energy

2 LWMF Blend

2 PFLD Blend

2 Double Colorless

4 Plasma Energy

 

The strength of the deck is that it's able to take advantage of the weaknesses of a wide variety of Pokemon. See what your opponent is playing and set up the appropriate Evos! As most of the attacks don't require much energy, it can move quickly, and if you can set up Keldeo with a Float Stone you can quickly switch from one type to another. My personal rule is that Keldeo is for fast switching and doesn't attack. Lasers/Virbanks are needed because frequently they make the difference between taking out an EX and not.

 

The weakness of the deck is that it loses a lot! Just 27 wins in 51 games (though to be fair that includes about ten straight losses while I was building the deck and figuring out how to play it). But even when you lose it feels sweet when your Espeon takes down a Mewtwo, your Flareon a Cobalion EX, your Leafeon a Keldeo EX or your Glaceon a Victini EX.

I guess this is good for a beginner. Try it on Advanced and see how it does.

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Walrus58

Perhaps I will, though I think it'll get beaten quickly every time. I've spent months hanging around in Expert with heavy-hitting decks, trying to win as many games as possible so as to gain fame and glory. This deck is about taking a break from that, relaxing and not worrying too much about wins and losses.

 

And it's been fun!

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sin2001

just getting into this but here is mine. So far 2-0

4x evee

2xumbreon

2xespeon

1xgiratina

4xyamask

2xcofagrisus

4xscraggy

3xsandile

2xkrokorok

1xkrookodile

2xmewtwo ex

1x darkrai ex

 

trainers

1x skyla

2xcheren

1x prof. juniper

2xenergy search

2x energy retrieval

1xdual ball

1x poke communication

1x poke ball

 

energy

6x psycic

14x dark

1xspecial energy double colorless

 

what ya think of it and how would you change it?

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