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Try this list of DarkIntegral :) I use them a lot and its work well :*

 

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

##Pokémon - 16

 

* 4 Fletchling GEN 125

* 4 Fletchinder STS 95

* 4 Talonflame STS 96

* 4 Talonflame BREAK STS 21

 

##Trainer Cards - 32

 

* 4 Puzzle of Time BKP 109

* 1 Town Map BKT 150

* 2 Escape Rope PRC 127

* 2 Wally ROS 94

* 3 Winona ROS 108

* 2 Lysandre ******

* 2 Super Rod BKT 149

* 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107

* 1 Special Charge STS 105

* 3 Scorched Earth *******

***** NVI 101

* 2 Ultra Ball *** 113

* 4 VS Seeker PHF 109

 

##Energy - 12

 

* 4 Burning Energy BKT 151

* 8 Fire Energy GEN 76

 

Total Cards - 60

 

****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******

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Try this list of DarkIntegral :) I use them a lot and its work well :*

 

 

 

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

 

 

##Pokémon - 16

 

 

 

* 4 Fletchling GEN 125

 

* 4 Fletchinder STS 95

 

* 4 Talonflame STS 96

 

* 4 Talonflame BREAK STS 21

 

 

 

##Trainer Cards - 32

 

 

 

* 4 Puzzle of Time BKP 109

 

* 1 Town Map BKT 150

 

* 2 Escape Rope PRC 127

 

* 2 Wally ROS 94

 

* 3 Winona ROS 108

 

* 2 Lysandre ******

 

* 2 Super Rod BKT 149

 

* 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107

 

* 1 Special Charge STS 105

 

* 3 Scorched Earth *******

 

***** NVI 101

 

* 2 Ultra Ball *** 113

 

* 4 VS Seeker PHF 109

 

 

 

##Energy - 12

 

 

 

* 4 Burning Energy BKT 151

 

* 8 Fire Energy GEN 76

 

 

 

Total Cards - 60

 

 

 

****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online ***************************

**. I have all the cards to make this deck (for once) so it should work! Thanks!

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##Pokémon - 14

 

* 2 Glaceon-EX *** 20

* 4 Regice AOR 24

* 4 Seel ******

* 4 Dewgong *** 16

 

##Trainer Cards - 24

 

* 2 Potion EVO 83

* 2 Rough Seas PRC 137

* 2 Evosoda GEN 62

* 4 Professor's Letter BKT 146

* 2 Lysandre AOR 78

* 2 Pokémon Fan Club ******

* 2 Pokémon Center Lady ******

********** *** 111

* 4 Dive Ball PRC 125

 

##Energy - 22

 

* 16 Water Energy XYEnergy 9

* 4 Double Colorless Energy *** 114

* 2 Splash Energy BKP 113

 

This deck is meant for stalling hard match ups and countering all most everything. Any suggestions would be great. :D

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****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

##Pokémon - 17

 

* 2 Miltank ******

* 3 Galvantula STS 42

* 3 Joltik STS 41

* 2 Duskull ******

* 1 Dusclops ******

*****usknoir BCR 63

* 2 Remoraid BKT 31

* 2 Octillery BKT 33

 

##Trainer Cards - 36

 

* 2 Bursting Balloon BKP 97

* 3 Trainers' Mail ROS 92

* 1 Brock's Grit EVO 74

* 1 Eco Arm AOR 71

* 1 Super Rod BKT 149

* 2 Lysandre AOR 78

* 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107

* 1 Startling Megaphone ******

* 2 Crushing Hammer GEN 60

* 1 Skyla BKT 148

* 3 Level Ball AOR 76

* 2 Training Center FFI 102

* 2 N *******

* 2 Rare Candy UL 82

* 2 Float Stone BKT 137

* 4 Ultra Ball *** 113

* 3 VS Seeker *******

* 1 Delinquent BKP 98

 

##Energy - 7

 

* 7 Lightning Energy Energy 4

 

Total Cards - 60

 

****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******

 

I made a really rogue, budgeted deck for expanded based around the Galvantula from STS and combining it with Dusknoir from BCR, and was wondering whether there was anything you would be able to suggest to help me fine tune it? Any help from anyone would be really appreciated!

 

Reasoning behind the madness:

Miltank is there to do 80 dmg for 1 energy when dusknoir is in play, galvantula is to do 120dmg to bench **********) as it does weakness to a lot of things in the expanded meta (especially shaymin) and also has a good matchup against night march (1HKO on joltik, 2HKO on shaymins, pumpkaboo). Balloon is to do extra damage for Dusknoir to move around. Want to add more hammers/disruption, and maybe change the stadium?

 

Thanks for any help!

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##Pokémon - 14

 

* 2 Glaceon-EX *** 20

* 4 Regice AOR 24

* 4 Seel ******

* 4 Dewgong *** 16

 

##Trainer Cards - 24

 

* 2 Potion EVO 83

* 2 Rough Seas PRC 137

* 2 Evosoda GEN 62

* 4 Professor's Letter BKT 146

* 2 Lysandre AOR 78

* 2 Pokémon Fan Club ******

* 2 Pokémon Center Lady ******

********** *** 111

* 4 Dive Ball PRC 125

 

##Energy - 22

 

* 16 Water Energy XYEnergy 9

* 4 Double Colorless Energy *** 114

* 2 Splash Energy BKP 113

 

This deck is meant for stalling hard match ups and countering all most everything. Any suggestions would be great. :D

manaphy is great in this deck, free retreat is soo helpful in this deck. If you get enough packs, you could potentially replace the dewgong lines for jolteon ex, and mew ex, and run ninja boys, as well as rainbow energies for even more stalling. You also should cut down on the amount of energies- 22 is way too many. You would probably only need 4 DCEs, and maybe 8 water energies. Replace those energies with staples (sycamores, n, ultra balls, vs seekers) and you should be set :) Thats just my opinion tho, not sure what @Yrkomm will say. Hope I helped though

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Hi! I am a semi-veteran, as I started playing a few years ago, but stopped, and was wondering if you could help, as I am currently trying to build either a gyarados ex and mega gyarados deck, or a venusaur ex and mega venusaur deck (Built, but not extremely successful.)

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Hi Is there a good budget deck beside Night march deck ? To recommand?  :)

 

Most deck recipe I saw online require the use of Shaymin EX

 

Hmm lets see. Many of the decks that include a Shaymin EX can replace that card with a 2-2 Line of Octillery, which is still expensive but it's worth like a 10th of a Shaymin. Also, when SM is released (or when the Blister promo is released, whichever one happens first) you will be able to use Harambe Oranguru. It's ability is the same as Octillery's but you draw untill you have 3 cards instead of 5 and it's a basic. If you have several ways of reducing your hand to 0 I see that card being very good, as well as being a good tech/insurance against a surprise Delinquent when you have 3 or less cards left (you have no idea of how many games I've insta-won and insta-lost thanks to delinquent xd being reduced to 0 cards is brutal).

 

As for other budget decks, I'd have to look a little. I know that there are several good ones but I can't remember a solid deck list of the top of my head, so I'll be back in a while.

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Alright, I was looking through Darkintegralgaming's channel (he's a YTber that posts a lot of different decks) and I found something really interesting for a budget deck. Search in YT "budget lugia delphox" and the first result should be it. He basically found a way of actually making the theme decks with Lugia/Delphox competitive. He changes a lot of cards of course, but everything he uses is more than less cheap. Here's the decklist (copied straight from Darkintegral's video):

 

Pokemon (12):

  • Lugia x3
  • Fennekin x4
  • Braxien x1
  • Delphox x4

Trainers (35):

  • Escape Rope x1
  • Max Elixir x3
  • Rare Candy x3
  • Super Rod x2
  • Switch x1
  • Town Map x1
  • Trainer's Mail x3
  • Ultra Ball x4
  • VS Seeker x3
  • Delinquent x1
  • Lysandre x2
  • N x4
  • Birch x1
  • Sycamore x4
  • Fighting Fury Belt x2

Energy (13):

  • Double Colorless Energy x4
  • Fire Energy x9

 



 

 

The decklist is pretty solid imo, but I think you could make a few tweaks here and there:

  • +1 Stadium (probably scorched earth). The decks that don't particularly benefit from any stadium can get away without using any, but even then I would recommend using at least 1 Stadium + Delinquent. This gives you 2 different possibilities for removing your opponent's stadium from play.
  • +1 VS Seeker. 3 is a good number but I honestly don't see a reason to not run 4. Being able to recover supporters is really good.
  • -1 Fire Energy. This deck benefits from having many energies in play, but you could cut down 1 to make space for the VS Seeker and a Stadium.
  • -1 N. You already have plenty of draw/reshuffle supporters so 1 less N won't make much of a difference.

Other than that you would need to try it and make adjustments as you see fit.

 

EDIT: Btw, the theme deck this is based off is Sky Guardian from Fates Collide. It obviously has a lot of changes and improvements, but it's basically that deck made into something viable through adding more of the good pokemon, cutting out the useless ones and using good trainers.

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Hmm lets see. Many of the decks that include a Shaymin EX can replace that card with a 2-2 Line of Octillery, which is still expensive but it's worth like a 10th of a Shaymin. Also, when SM is released (or when the Blister promo is released, whichever one happens first) you will be able to use Harambe Oranguru. It's ability is the same as Octillery's but you draw untill you have 3 cards instead of 5 and it's a basic. If you have several ways of reducing your hand to 0 I see that card being very good, as well as being a good tech/insurance against a surprise Delinquent when you have 3 or less cards left (you have no idea of how many games I've insta-won and insta-lost thanks to delinquent xd being reduced to 0 cards is brutal).

 

As for other budget decks, I'd have to look a little. I know that there are several good ones but I can't remember a solid deck list of the top of my head, so I'll be back in a while.

If you're gonna play Night March, I've tested it with Octillery. It doesn't work as well. Shaymin is good for it, because of the burst of cards it provides without the use of a supporter, which is what NM is all about- speed. Octillery provides less cards, and is impossible to get T1, unless you're using wally. Also, with Night March, you don't want to continuously burn away at your own deck, otherwise you deck yourself out. With Octillery, people get tempted to use the ability and take those cards which they dont need. Shaymin doesn't provide that temptation. I'm not sure about Oranguru, though, as I haven't tested it, but NM won't bring their hands down to 0 unless their opponent uses delinquent, and even still, once it's set up, they don't necessarily need a hand to work with. Overall, Shaymin is still the best option, only run Octillery if you really think you need it. Otherwise, cards like Tierno and Roller Skates (based off a coin flip) can provide a similar effect to Shaymin, and are better than Octillery for Night March. Hope I helped :)

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Hi! I really want to use my favorite Pokemon, Gengar and Mewtwo, but the deck does not work. I have Gengar EX and M Gengar EX, three Mewtwos EX (the three different types) and one M Metwto EX (the one with both purple and orange energy cost). I have two Dimensional stadiums, and three mystery energies. And still I can not make it work. Too slow. I also own the two Minoettas EX, a Mew Ex which I really like too, and Espeon EX, if that works. 

 

Thanks!

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Alright, I was looking through Darkintegralgaming's channel (he's a YTber that posts a lot of different decks) and I found something really interesting for a budget deck. Search in YT "budget lugia delphox" and the first result should be it. He basically found a way of actually making the theme decks with Lugia/Delphox competitive. He changes a lot of cards of course, but everything he uses is more than less cheap. Here's the decklist (copied straight from Darkintegral's video):

 

Pokemon (12):

  • Lugia x3
  • Fennekin x4
  • Braxien x1
  • Delphox x4

Trainers (35):

  • Escape Rope x1
  • Max Elixir x3
  • Rare Candy x3
  • Super Rod x2
  • Switch x1
  • Town Map x1
  • Trainer's Mail x3
  • Ultra Ball x4
  • VS Seeker x3
  • Delinquent x1
  • Lysandre x2
  • N x4
  • Birch x1
  • Sycamore x4
  • Fighting Fury Belt x2

Energy (13):

  • Double Colorless Energy x4
  • Fire Energy x9

 



 

 

The decklist is pretty solid imo, but I think you could make a few tweaks here and there:

  • +1 Stadium (probably scorched earth). The decks that don't particularly benefit from any stadium can get away without using any, but even then I would recommend using at least 1 Stadium + Delinquent. This gives you 2 different possibilities for removing your opponent's stadium from play.
  • +1 VS Seeker. 3 is a good number but I honestly don't see a reason to not run 4. Being able to recover supporters is really good.
  • -1 Fire Energy. This deck benefits from having many energies in play, but you could cut down 1 to make space for the VS Seeker and a Stadium.
  • -1 N. You already have plenty of draw/reshuffle supporters so 1 less N won't make much of a difference.

Other than that you would need to try it and make adjustments as you see fit.

 

EDIT: Btw, the theme deck this is based off is Sky Guardian from Fates Collide. It obviously has a lot of changes and improvements, but it's basically that deck made into something viable through adding more of the good pokemon, cutting out the useless ones and using good trainers.

 

I run a similar deck with a few changes and have a very good record. had my ipad not crashed the app a few times i'd probably have a better one but i 100% recommend it as a good budget deck if you want to get some more cards and tokens etc.

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Hi! I really want to use my favorite Pokemon, Gengar and Mewtwo, but the deck does not work. I have Gengar EX and M Gengar EX, three Mewtwos EX (the three different types) and one M Metwto EX (the one with both purple and orange energy cost). I have two Dimensional stadiums, and three mystery energies. And still I can not make it work. Too slow. I also own the two Minoettas EX, a Mew Ex which I really like too, and Espeon EX, if that works. 

 

Thanks!

 

I would also be interested in finding out about this as i am a HUGE Gengar fan and in real life actual play casual with gengar ex and alakazam ex (also both megas) but i have not had much success

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I am gonna try to combine them with trevenants and of course dimensional valleys, to have the opponent busy dealing with it and then you can start boosting the Gengars and Mewtwos with max elixirs. But I am not optimistic. I also just have one Trevenant, so I would need time to build this deck. and try it out.

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Gengar heh? Well let's see what we can do here.

 

M Gengar and M Mewtwo isn't gonna work. They don't synergise with each other, with the only common thing being they're both psychic types. The reason for why your deck is so slow at the moment, is because you run 2 megas in the deck. This takes up space for other cards. Also, if you're gonna run a mega deck, run a 4-3 line at least. A 1-1 line is too inconsistent to be a main attacker, especially if your gengar ex is prized, rendering m gengar less useful than a chocolate teapot :/ A 3-1 line of M Mewtwo X is even more clunky, as you have to tech in fighting energies as well. Trevenant Break is a good idea.

 

Mewtwo may not be able to fit into this deck, unfortunately, but I can try to fit it in.

 

Gengar is a very overpowered card. (Talking about the non EX one here). For a [P] energy, and dimension valley in play, it can KO every single pokemon which has 30hp on it.

 

Trevenant Break (esp. with the XY Trevenant) is very good and OP as well. For a [P] energy, and dimension valley in play, it places 3 damage counters (30 damage) one every single one of their pokemon.

 

See where I'm going with this yet?

 

My suggestion- if you want to make a deck which incorporates Gengar, use the non ex variant. I've never seen anyone play Mega Gengar anyway- its really gimmicky, and whilst it sounds good initially, what happens if you're playing against something like Night March, and you can only copy Night March for an impressive 0 damage? Gengar EX, on the other hand, can be used as a tech in most psychic decks, and can be used in the deck, by doing a energyless Night Attack with a Valley in play. But, I reckon choose either Mew EX, or Gengar EX. Personally, for this deck, I would choose Gengar EX, for the hit and run style, but ultimately, its your deck and preference.

 

Here's the deck I've built (any other suggestions would be very *********

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

##Pokémon - 22

 

* 2 Gastly BKT 58

* 2 Haunter BKT 59

* 2 Gengar BKT 60

* 1 Gengar-EX ******

* 3 Trevenant BREAK BKP 66

* 4 Phantump BKP 64

* 4 Trevenant XY 55

* 2 Remoraid BKT 31

* 2 Octillery BKT 33

 

##Trainer Cards - 28

 

* 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107

* 2 Wally ROS 94

* 2 N *******

* 3 Ultra Ball *** 113

* 4 VS Seeker *******

* 3 Dimension Valley ******

* 2 Lysandre AOR 78

* 3 Level Ball AOR 76

* 1 Super Rod BKT 149

* 2 Trainers' Mail ROS 92

* 3 Crushing Hammer GEN 60

 

##Energy - 10

 

* 3 Mystery Energy PHF 112

* 7 Psychic Energy Energy 5

 

Total Cards - 60

 

****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******

You may be able to tech in a Mewtwo (non EX from Evolutions) if you find yourself struggling with decks based off energy scaling (Darkrai Dragons, M Mewtwo Y, etc.), or a Dedenne (Furious Fists) if Yveltal EX is destroying you before Trevenant and Gengar can do their work.

Hope this deck helps you all!

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Gengar heh? Well let's see what we can do here.

 

 

 

M Gengar and M Mewtwo isn't gonna work. They don't synergise with each other, with the only common thing being they're both psychic types. The reason for why your deck is so slow at the moment, is because you run 2 megas in the deck. This takes up space for other cards. Also, if you're gonna run a mega deck, run a 4-3 line at least. A 1-1 line is too inconsistent to be a main attacker, especially if your gengar ex is prized, rendering m gengar less useful than a chocolate teapot :/ A 3-1 line of M Mewtwo X is even more clunky, as you have to tech in fighting energies as well. Trevenant Break is a good idea.

 

 

 

Mewtwo may not be able to fit into this deck, unfortunately, but I can try to fit it in.

 

 

 

Gengar is a very overpowered card. (Talking about the non EX one here). For a [P] energy, and dimension valley in play, it can KO every single pokemon which has 30hp on it.

 

 

 

Trevenant Break (esp. with the XY Trevenant) is very good and OP as well. For a [P] energy, and dimension valley in play, it places 3 damage counters (30 damage) one every single one of their pokemon.

 

 

 

See where I'm going with this yet?

 

 

 

My suggestion- if you want to make a deck which incorporates Gengar, use the non ex variant. I've never seen anyone play Mega Gengar anyway- its really gimmicky, and whilst it sounds good initially, what happens if you're playing against something like Night March, and you can only copy Night March for an impressive 0 damage? Gengar EX, on the other hand, can be used as a tech in most psychic decks, and can be used in the deck, by doing a energyless Night Attack with a Valley in play. But, I reckon choose either Mew EX, or Gengar EX. Personally, for this deck, I would choose Gengar EX, for the hit and run style, but ultimately, its your deck and preference.

 

 

 

Here's the deck I've built (any other suggestions would be very *********

 

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

 

 

##Pokémon - 22

 

 

 

* 2 Gastly BKT 58

 

* 2 Haunter BKT 59

 

* 2 Gengar BKT 60

 

* 1 Gengar-EX ******

 

* 3 Trevenant BREAK BKP 66

 

* 4 Phantump BKP 64

 

* 4 Trevenant XY 55

 

* 2 Remoraid BKT 31

 

* 2 Octillery BKT 33

 

 

 

##Trainer Cards - 28

 

 

 

* 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107

 

* 2 Wally ROS 94

 

* 2 N *******

 

* 3 Ultra Ball *** 113

 

* 4 VS Seeker *******

 

* 3 Dimension Valley ******

 

* 2 Lysandre AOR 78

 

* 3 Level Ball AOR 76

 

* 1 Super Rod BKT 149

 

* 2 Trainers' Mail ROS 92

 

* 3 Crushing Hammer GEN 60

 

 

 

##Energy - 10

 

 

 

* 3 Mystery Energy *******

 

* 7 Psychic Energy Energy 5

 

 

 

Total Cards - 60

 

 

 

****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******

 

You may be able to tech in a Mewtwo (non EX from Evolutions) if you find yourself struggling with decks based off energy scaling (Darkrai Dragons, M Mewtwo Y, etc.), or a Dedenne (Furious Fists) if Yveltal EX is destroying you before Trevenant and Gengar can do their work.

 

Hope this deck helps you all!

 

 

I love this suggestion as a fan of the old energy press trevenant card. I currently use the Gengar in question alongside 3-2 of Alakazam EX and Mega with Devolution sprays (means you can evolve again for those damage counters) but i think the Trevenant Break works just as well.

 

Sadly Gen 1 psychic types all like to make themselves the best and often don't leave room to work together. Imagine Alakazam, Gengar and Mewtwo trio....

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I love this suggestion as a fan of the old energy press trevenant card. I currently use the Gengar in question alongside 3-2 of Alakazam EX and Mega with Devolution sprays (means you can evolve again for those damage counters) but i think the Trevenant Break works just as well.

 

Sadly Gen 1 psychic types all like to make themselves the best and often don't leave room to work together. Imagine Alakazam, Gengar and Mewtwo trio....

Mewtwo you could potentially tech in (one with barrier) to counter M Mewtwo Y, but seeing as Gengar just OHKOs it anyway, not much of a point. now is there? But yeah that would be pretty sick huh. Alakazam EX also works with Trev Break, but there's no way I'd be able to fit Trev line, Gengar AND  a few M Alakazam line without making it clunky and really slow

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Mewtwo you could potentially tech in (one with barrier) to counter M Mewtwo Y, but seeing as Gengar just OHKOs it anyway, not much of a point. now is there? But yeah that would be pretty sick huh. Alakazam EX also works with Trev Break, but there's no way I'd be able to fit Trev line, Gengar AND  a few M Alakazam line without making it clunky and really slow

 

Agreed. I might switch my gengar line for the Trev Break line in my M Alakazam deck try it out. Love the psychic type. Evo Mewtwo is good but like yoy say definitely a space issue if you try putting too much in the deck. Dimension Valley with the psychic decks makes them tick along nicely enough anyway

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Agreed. I might switch my gengar line for the Trev Break line in my M Alakazam deck try it out. Love the psychic type. Evo Mewtwo is good but like yoy say definitely a space issue if you try putting too much in the deck. Dimension Valley with the psychic decks makes them tick along nicely enough anyway

 

Trev Break and Alakazam is a thing, but my cousin tried it out, and didn't really like it. He said that Alakazam was inconsistent with Kinesis if you couldn't find a Devolution Spray/Super Scoop Up. I think that Creep Show Gengar is just overall better than Alakazam, but thats my opinion. 

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Hey is this thread still active? if so i would love a mega audino deck i know it wont be the best think right now, but i realy love the card. so if you guys could help me build the best or almost best version you can thinkof. So that i stand a chance. that would be awsome, cause im realy to New to pokemon to build my own decks. ty guys :)

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Hey is this thread still active? if so i would love a mega audino deck i know it wont be the best think right now, but i realy love the card. so if you guys could help me build the best or almost best version you can thinkof. So that i stand a chance. that would be awsome, cause im realy to New to pokemon to build my own decks. ty guys :)

HI!

 

Mega Audino actually won the World Championships this year, so maybe that would be the best decklist for M Audino? Haha. Here is the decklist Shintaro Ito used to win at the World Championships

 

 

 

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

 

 

Pokémon - 13

 

 

 

3 M Audino-EX ******

 

4 Audino-EX *** 84

 

2 Shaymin-EX ROS 77

 

1 Hoopa-EX AOR 36

 

1 Magearna-EX STS 110

 

1 Cobalion STS 74

 

1 Absol ROS 40

 

 

 

Trainer Cards - 37

 

 

 

4 Professor Sycamore XY 122

 

2 N DEX 96

 

2 AZ PHF 91

 

2 Lysandre FLF 90

 

1 Hex Maniac AOR 75

 

1 Xerosic PHF 110

 

1 Pokémon Center Lady FLF 93

 

4 VS Seeker PHF 109

 

4 Ultra Ball PLB 90

 

4 Trainers' Mail ROS 92

 

4 Audino Spirit Link *** 92

 

2 Float Stone PLF 99

 

2 Parallel City BKT 145

 

1 Mega Turbo ROS 86

 

1 Escape Rope PRC 127

 

1 Super Rod 20

 

1 Startling Megaphone FLF 97

 

 

 

Energy - 10

 

 

 

6 Metal Energy XY 139

 

4 Double Colorless Energy XY 130

 

 

 

Total Cards - 60

 

 

 

****** Deck List Generated by Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******

 

 

 

Hope it helps!

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Hi, I've been playing with standard format for a while and now considering to play Legacy tournaments.

But I'm not familiar with cards from Legacy format, so might need some help.

 

Is there any competitive deck from Legacy format containing any of the Pokemons below:

Mew, Mewtwo, Gengar, Charizard, Blastoise, Venusaur, Pikacu, Vaporeon, Articuno, Rhydon,

Nidoking, Nidoqueen, Entei.

 

THX, anyway. :)  

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Trev Break and Alakazam is a thing, but my cousin tried it out, and didn't really like it. He said that Alakazam was inconsistent with Kinesis if you couldn't find a Devolution Spray/Super Scoop Up. I think that Creep Show Gengar is just overall better than Alakazam, but thats my opinion. 

Yeah alakazam is an issue without them i ran 4 devo spray and it was still a bit of a nightmare to get the cards when i wanted them. Much prefer Gengar & EX running with Trev Break

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Gengar heh? Well let's see what we can do here.

 

 

 

M Gengar and M Mewtwo isn't gonna work. They don't synergise with each other, with the only common thing being they're both psychic types. The reason for why your deck is so slow at the moment, is because you run 2 megas in the deck. This takes up space for other cards. Also, if you're gonna run a mega deck, run a 4-3 line at least. A 1-1 line is too inconsistent to be a main attacker, especially if your gengar ex is prized, rendering m gengar less useful than a chocolate teapot :/ A 3-1 line of M Mewtwo X is even more clunky, as you have to tech in fighting energies as well. Trevenant Break is a good idea.

 

 

 

Mewtwo may not be able to fit into this deck, unfortunately, but I can try to fit it in.

 

 

 

Gengar is a very overpowered card. (Talking about the non EX one here). For a [P] energy, and dimension valley in play, it can KO every single pokemon which has 30hp on it.

 

 

 

Trevenant Break (esp. with the XY Trevenant) is very good and OP as well. For a [P] energy, and dimension valley in play, it places 3 damage counters (30 damage) one every single one of their pokemon.

 

 

 

See where I'm going with this yet?

 

 

 

My suggestion- if you want to make a deck which incorporates Gengar, use the non ex variant. I've never seen anyone play Mega Gengar anyway- its really gimmicky, and whilst it sounds good initially, what happens if you're playing against something like Night March, and you can only copy Night March for an impressive 0 damage? Gengar EX, on the other hand, can be used as a tech in most psychic decks, and can be used in the deck, by doing a energyless Night Attack with a Valley in play. But, I reckon choose either Mew EX, or Gengar EX. Personally, for this deck, I would choose Gengar EX, for the hit and run style, but ultimately, its your deck and preference.

 

 

 

Here's the deck I've built (any other suggestions would be very *********

 

****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

 

 

 

##Pokémon - 22

 

 

 

* 2 Gastly BKT 58

 

* 2 Haunter BKT 59

 

* 2 Gengar BKT 60

 

* 1 Gengar-EX ******

 

* 3 Trevenant BREAK BKP 66

 

* 4 Phantump BKP 64

 

* 4 Trevenant XY 55

 

* 2 Remoraid BKT 31

 

* 2 Octillery BKT 33

 

 

 

##Trainer Cards - 28

 

 

 

* 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107

 

* 2 Wally ROS 94

 

* 2 N *******

 

* 3 Ultra Ball *** 113

 

* 4 VS Seeker *******

 

* 3 Dimension Valley ******

 

* 2 Lysandre AOR 78

 

* 3 Level Ball AOR 76

 

* 1 Super Rod BKT 149

 

* 2 Trainers' Mail ROS 92

 

* 3 Crushing Hammer GEN 60

 

 

 

##Energy - 10

 

 

 

* 3 Mystery Energy *******

 

* 7 Psychic Energy Energy 5

 

 

 

Total Cards - 60

 

 

 

****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******

 

You may be able to tech in a Mewtwo (non EX from Evolutions) if you find yourself struggling with decks based off energy scaling (Darkrai Dragons, M Mewtwo Y, etc.), or a Dedenne (Furious Fists) if Yveltal EX is destroying you before Trevenant and Gengar can do their work.

 

Hope this deck helps you all!

 

 

 

 

I apreciate the generous help. I think you suggested the best deck. Now, let me put on the table what I tried with my own hands. I won a ton of games with this, even an opponent with advantage. Only lost against Typlhosion and having a bad hand.

 

 

 

 

 

2 Skarmory

 

2 Phantump

 

2 Trevenant

 

1 Remorand

 

1 Octillery

 

1 Gengar EX

 

1 M Gengar EX

 

3 Metwto EX ( I got the three types, but I actually never use them without evolution them.

 

1 M Mewtwto EX

 

 

 

1 Enhanced Hammer

 

3 Evosoda

 

1 Level Ball

 

3 Max Elixir

 

1 Professor´s Letter

 

1 Lysandre

 

3 N

 

3 Pokemon Center Lady

 

1 Professor Birch´s Observations

 

4 Shauna

 

1 Skyla

 

1 Team Flare Grunt

 

2 Dimensional Valley

 

1 Gengar Spirit link

 

1 Mewtwo Spirit Link

 

 

 

 

 

First I put Skarmory to gather what I need. Second comes Trevenant to give time the heavy guys to get ready. Bu the time I have one of the mega evolution ready, I have only lost one Pokemon, maybe none if they can´t deal with Trevenant. The second mega evolution will be ready soon too.

 

 

 

But I know the deck can be better. Is also based in what I have, not the ideal. What else can be done?

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