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Trevenant/Mewtwo-EX


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Here's my deck:

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******
 
Pokémon - 15
 
1 Gastly GEN 33
1 Gastly BKT 58
2 Haunter BKT 59
2 Gengar BKT 60
1 Jynx FFI 37
2 Mewtwo-EX PR-XY XY107
1 Mewtwo-EX BKT 61
3 Phantump BKP 64
2 Trevenant BKP 65
 
Trainer Cards - 25
 
3 Trainers' Mail ROS 92
2 Professor's Letter XY 123
2 Lysandre FLF 90
1 Skyla BKP 122
2 Acro Bike PRC 122
2 Shauna PHF 104
1 Team Flare Grunt XY 129
1 Team Flare Grunt GEN 73
2 Pokémon Center Lady FLF 93
2 Skyla BKT 148
2 Potion KSS 37
2 Professor Birch's Observations PRC 134
3 VS Seeker PHF 109
 
Energy - 20
 
14 Psychic Energy Energy 5
4 Double Colorless Energy NXD 92
2 Mystery Energy PHF 112
 
Total Cards - 60
 
****** Deck List Generated by Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******
 
I'm wondering what I can do to up the consistency a bit more.
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It is "damage change", not "damage transfer". You literally swap damage with the opposing pokemon, so if they have 100 damage on them, then after the swap you will have 100 damage on you. 

 

As for your deck, too many pokemon. 

 

Trevenant Mega Mewtwo can be good, but you really need 4 Phantump and 2/2 of the two versions of Trevenant, because Nervous Seed only works on basics. If the opponent is not plainy basics (Garchomp for example) then you need to use the Item Lock Trevenant instead. 

 

There is no need for Gengar in the deck, that just takes up space. 

 

Trevenat/Mewtwo should be:

 

4X(2/2) Trevenant

3X3 Mega Mewtwo

 

Run 3 or 4 Shrine of Memories. 

 

If you want to run just Mewtwo (not the mega) then there is no particular synergy with Trevenant. 

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It is "damage change", not "damage transfer". You literally swap damage with the opposing pokemon, so if they have 100 damage on them, then after the swap you will have 100 damage on you. 

 

As for your deck, too many pokemon. 

 

Trevenant Mega Mewtwo can be good, but you really need 4 Phantump and 2/2 of the two versions of Trevenant, because Nervous Seed only works on basics. If the opponent is not plainy basics (Garchomp for example) then you need to use the Item Lock Trevenant instead. 

 

There is no need for Gengar in the deck, that just takes up space. 

 

Trevenat/Mewtwo should be:

 

4X(2/2) Trevenant

3X3 Mega Mewtwo

 

Run 3 or 4 Shrine of Memories. 

 

If you want to run just Mewtwo (not the mega) then there is no particular synergy with Trevenant. 

I don't have any of the cards you're suggesting, sadly.

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