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Beginner and Budget Decks Collection (For New Players and Daily Challenges)


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As the title suggests, this is a compilation of easy-to-build and play decks for the following players:

1. New players who want to start on a good note by playing a good budget deck,

2. Players who want to complete daily challenges of different types but don't have a lot of cards, and

3. Players who want to try something new.

Budget decks are those that have very few rare cards but are very playable (such as Night March and Donphan decks).

Everyone is welcome to share their list of beginner and budget decks. Kindly follow this format:

 

Name of Deck:

 

Energy Types:

 

Format: Standard/Expanded/Unlimited

 

Pokemon:

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-...

 

Trainer:

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-...

 

Energy:

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-...

 

Strategy:

Strength/s:

Weakness/es:

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Name of Deck: Donphan-Trevenant

 

Energy Types: Fighting/Psychic/Lighting

 

Format: Standard

 

Pokemon: (15)

4 Donphan
4 Phanpy
2 Trevenant (Forest's Curse)
2 Phantump
1 Wobbufett (Bide Barricade)
1 Sigilyph (Safeguard)
1 Dedenne


 

Trainer: (34)
1 Gold Potion
2 Ultra Ball
1 Startling Megaphone
2 Evosoda
1 Switch
1 Escape Rope
1 Professor's Letter
2 VS Seeker
2 Fighting Stadium
3 Float Stone

4 Robo Substitute
1 Muscle Band
1 Silver Bangle
3 Professor Sycamore
1 Skyla
1 Lysandre's Trump Card
2 N
1 Lysandre
3 Korrina
1 Colress

 

Energy: (11)

4 Strong Energy
4 Fighting Energy
2 Double Colorless Energy

1 Rainbow Energy

 

 

Strategy:
Donphan is the main attacker which can dish out a top of damage with the support from Strong Energy + Fighting Stadium + Muscle Band/Silver Bangle. Then it retreats to (1) Trevenant for Item Lock, (2) Sigilyph for anti-EX, (3) Robo Substitute, or (4) Wobbufett for Ability lock. Dedenne is for the Yveltal counter.

Strength/s:
- Good fighting support

- Nice walls

- Quite easy to finish Fighting daily challenges

- No EX

Weakness/es:

- Weakness to water (Seismitoad EX)

- Yveltals are resistant to fighting

- No bench protection

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Name of Deck: Energy Disruptor

 

Energy Types: Fighting/Water/Darkness/Psychic

 

Format: Standard

 

Pokemon: (18)

4 Gliscor (Submission Hold)

4 Gligar

3 Crawdaunt (Unruly Claw)

3 Corphish

2 Drifblim (Shadow Steal)

2 Drifloon

 

Trainer: (34)

3 Crushing Hammer

3 Enhanced Hammer

2 Super Scoop Up

2 Pokemon Catcher

1 Startling Megaphone

1 Evosoda

1 Ultra Ball

2 Repeat Ball

1 Switch

2 VS Seeker

1 Escape Rope

1 Professor's Letter

1 Professor Sycamore

1 AZ

1 Lysandre

2 Korrina

1 N

1 Team Flare Grunt

1 Teammates

1 Colress

2 Fighting Stadium

2 Muscle Band

1 Head Ringer

 

 

Energy:

4 Strong Energy

2 Fighting Energy

2 DCE

 

Strategy:
The key is to constantly remove energies from your opponents pokemon via Crawdaunt and Hammers, then prevent energy attachment using Gliscor's Submission Hold. If there are several special energies on your opponent's discard pile, you can finish off with Drifblim's Shadow Steal.


Strength/s:
- Low energy cost

- Constant energy disruption once fully set-up


Weakness/es:

- Seismitoad may shut down this deck

- Low HP

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