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Night Spear

 

Few months ago, i wanted to test the waters of Legacy Mode.

While trying to find a budget but at the same competitive deck, i came across (Dark Cloak) Darkrai.

This deck accompanied me some quite some time.

 

Give it a chance to prove itself.

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Night Spear

 

Few months ago, i wanted to test the waters of Legacy Mode.

While trying to find a budget but at the same competitive deck, i came across (Dark Cloak) Darkrai.

This deck accompanied me some quite some time.

Give it a chance to prove itself.

 

Gosh, I hate that deck.  It is the most annoying form of stall.  But y'know?  It works.  JayKlay used this for a while.  Go with what works, I guess.

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This ^

...Or, as my favorite way of saying it goes, what works works, even if it makes ya hurk.

 

This makes sense only whence you realize that hurk is a Seussian-style rhymation of hurl. :cool: 

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Massive Eruption

 

What's better than a deck that makes good use of fun of RNG?

Typhlosion is as bad as it gets, with an average profitable discarding ratio of 3/5 which translates into 240 damage.

This deck might be a hit or miss but when it hits, it hits really hard.

 

Strongly recommended.

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Ice Beam

 

Destroy your opponent by stalling any effort to survive while crippling any chance for a comeback during the battle.

Once the opponent has been weaken, strike deadly and move on to the next one.

 

Do i need to mention this week's challenge called "A Big Splash!"?

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Max out on Sycamore and N.

Oranguru for small draw and N recovery.

Run Dowsing Machine, not Computer Search.

I recently got crushed by a Shaymin-less NM/Vesp who ran two Mew EX. Recommended.

##Pokémon - 22
* 2 Combee AOR 9

* 2 Vespiquen AOR 10

* 4 Joltik PHF 26

* 4 Lampent PHF 42

* 2 Mew-EX DRX 46

* 4 Pumpkaboo PHF 44

* 4 Unown AOR 30

##Trainer Cards - 30
* 4 Professor Juniper PLF 116

* 2 Acro Bike PRC 122

* 3 Dimension Valley PHF 93

* 3 Battle Compressor Team Flare Gear PHF 92

* 3 Level Ball AOR 76

* 4 VS Seeker ROS 110

* 2 N NVI 101

* 4 Choice Band GRI 121

* 1 Lysandre FLF 104

* 4 Trainers' Mail AOR 100

##Energy - 8
* 4 Double Colorless Energy SUM 136

* 4 Psychic Energy  5

Total Cards - 60
Just swap the FA cards for reasonable alternatives.

 

 

If you want a budget version of Night March/Bee Revenge, then you could try this one that i found somewhere:

 

 

Pokémon (20)
2x Vespiquen
2x Combee
4x Joltik
4x Lampent
4x Pumpkaboo
4x Unown
 
Trainer (33)
2x Acro Bike
2x Battle Compressor
4x Level Ball
1x Revive
1x Sacred Ash
4x Trainer's Mail
3x VS Seeker
2x Lysandre
4x Professor Sycamore
4x Professor Birch's Observations
3x Dimension Valley
3x Muscle Band
 
Energy (7)
4x Double Colorless Energy
3x Lighting Energy

 

 

Thanks! I'll try these!

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Land's Wrath

 

Bulky, consistent, deadly.

Zygarde, Carbink BREAK, All Cells Burn.

 

What else can you ask for?

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Shout out to the OP even in the short time of me reading this thread, it has already encouraged a different outlook on how to build respective decks.

Thanks again

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Shout out to the OP even in the short time of me reading this thread, it has already encouraged a different outlook on how to build respective decks.

Thanks again

 

Thank you for your kind words mate  :)

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Iron Crusher

 

Last year, after the Standard rotation happened, this deck helped me equally on the Versus Ladder and the Standard tournaments.

Although it certainly needs some tweaks, it manages to remain relevant to my eyes.

 

You should totally give it a chance.

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That version of Volcanion (Classic Flarion) is good.  (And my personal favorite.  Flarion is so cute!)  But it struggles with the current meta, especially Garbodor.  I would advize a Brooklet Hill version to someone who wants to play competitively.

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Dark Pulse

 

As fast as it can be, as deadly as it can get.

Darkrai will hunt you down without mercy, hunt you down all nightmare long.
Feel its breathe upon your face, feel its shift, every move it trace.

 

But your luck runs out.

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Dark Pulse

 

As fast as it can be, as deadly as it can get.

 

Darkrai will hunt you down without mercy, hunt you down all nightmare long.

 

Feel its breathe upon your face, feel its shift, every move it trace.

 

 

 

But your luck runs out.

I recently acquired a third darkrai, so I may give this one a try. Are there any Pokemon or trainers I would need besides Oblivion wing Yveltal? Edited by SuperLuigi231
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I recently acquired a third darkrai, so I may give this one a try. Are there any Pokemon or trainers I would need besides Oblivion wing Yveltal?

 

I'm no expert deck builder, i'm merely a deck reviewer  :)

I just play with decks i find all over the internet and if it fits it sits  :P

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Tapu Thunder

 

I love this deck for a reason and that is the ability of transfer the energies on the verge of being knocked out.

Nothing is more demoralizing than an opponent that simply won't stay down.

 

Don't get carried away though, strike them while they are faltering.

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