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Hello can anyone please make a deck with rhydon who has a attack dirty work wich dicards top 5 cards of my oppornents deck if you played giovani's exile during this turn. Thanks in advance

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If you're looking for a Rhydon mill deck, why would you play other attackers? They would dilute the deck and make it harder to set up Dirty Work consistently. Well, here's an idea of a straight Rhydon Mill list:

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

##Pokémon - 19

* 1 Ditto {*} LOT 154
* 2 Diglett UNB 85
* 4 Rhyhorn UNB 93
* 4 Rhydon UNB 94
* 1 Eldegoss V RCL 19
* 2 Blitzle LOT 81
* 3 Dedenne-GX UNB 57
* 2 Zebstrika LOT 82

##Trainer Cards - 33

* 4 Giovanni's Exile UNB 174
* 3 Ordinary Rod SSH 171
* 4 Quick Ball SSH 179
* 3 Pokémon Communication TEU 152
* 3 Great Ball SSH 164
* 1 Buff Padding TEU 136
* 4 Cursed Shovel RCL 157
* 2 Chaotic Swell CEC 187
* 4 Cynthia UPR 119
* 1 Boss's Orders RCL 154
* 2 Switch SSH 183
* 2 Pal Pad SSH 172

##Energy - 8

* 4 Twin Energy RCL 174
* 4 Triple Acceleration Energy UNB 190

Total Cards - 60

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

It's far from perfect, but it gives you an idea. You could also run this deck with Lt. Surge's Strategy instead of so many Dedenne GX and Zebstrika to allow you to play a draw Supporter and Giovanni's Exile in the same turn.

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Thank you so much but i don't have ditto,eldegoss V, Dendene gx, i also don't have boss orders, i have 2-3 triple acceleration energies.

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Like I said, it’s just an idea for a Rhydon Mill deck. You can run it with Lt. Surge’s Strategy to cut the Dedenne GX count down to 1, or even 0 if you have to, but you’ll absolutely need the Eldegoss V, Triple Acceleration Energy, and the Ditto {*}.

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I have played around with this quite extensively playing roughly 30-40 matches with various different Rhydon mill decks. The best deck I had used sinistea which is similar to a mill where it forces the other player (and yourself as a bonus/draw support) to draw 2 cards. Playing it with only straight Rhydon to me is a fairly weak and difficult strategy because it is hard to get all the pieces and parts setup and you NEED to have enough basics on your bench in order to even be able to play the giovanni's exile which you also need to have in your hand as your supporter per turn. (sidenote, also the digglett who has the ability that discards an extra card from opponents deck if it is discarded with the use of giovanni exile is quite helpful). I also played it with welder versions and centiskorch. Then there is the another deck concept that I found "most fun" and disruptive to the opponent where you play a bunch of galar mine and gust effect cards with the overall goal to get them "stuck in active" while you force them to draw 2 with sinistea or discard 5 with giovanni exile. This can be quite effective and led to quite a few "rage quits" by the opponent. The only big downside on that is all the switching options now available (birdkeeper added into play now too) make that harder to pull off, but when are able to pull it off it can be 3 or 4 extra turns of milling more cards which easily can be the game winning difference helping you setup more on your bench while doing the exact thing that leads to your win condition (milling your opponents deck) 

If you want to build budget versions try using sinistea, centiskorch, cursed shovel, galar mine, diglett, twin energy, welder, non supporter gust effects (great catcher, pokemon catcher, phione) and enjoy some games! As also mentioned above playing 2 or 3 lt surges strategy can and will be very helpful since you are not going to be taking any prizes and that card is all about being played when you are behind on prizes. It is a huge card that sets up amazing combinations. Play around and explore with what works best. Be warned tho that many decks are employing a whole lot of switch options these days... When it works though, SUPER FUN. lol. I do have a few lists I suppose I could share here too... Hope this is somewhat helpful. 

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For more disruption, you can consider combining Sinistea with Persian TEU to discard the essential cards that your opponent has stockpiled in their hand. Surprise Box can also be used with Persian to put back effectively useless cards and discard the important stuff in their hand.

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9 hours ago, ellomello044208 said:

For more disruption, you can consider combining Sinistea with Persian TEU to discard the essential cards that your opponent has stockpiled in their hand. Surprise Box can also be used with Persian to put back effectively useless cards and discard the important stuff in their hand.

 

9 hours ago, guruguy87 said:

I have played around with this quite extensively playing roughly 30-40 matches with various different Rhydon mill decks. The best deck I had used sinistea which is similar to a mill where it forces the other player (and yourself as a bonus/draw support) to draw 2 cards. Playing it with only straight Rhydon to me is a fairly weak and difficult strategy because it is hard to get all the pieces and parts setup and you NEED to have enough basics on your bench in order to even be able to play the giovanni's exile which you also need to have in your hand as your supporter per turn. (sidenote, also the digglett who has the ability that discards an extra card from opponents deck if it is discarded with the use of giovanni exile is quite helpful). I also played it with welder versions and centiskorch. Then there is the another deck concept that I found "most fun" and disruptive to the opponent where you play a bunch of galar mine and gust effect cards with the overall goal to get them "stuck in active" while you force them to draw 2 with sinistea or discard 5 with giovanni exile. This can be quite effective and led to quite a few "rage quits" by the opponent. The only big downside on that is all the switching options now available (birdkeeper added into play now too) make that harder to pull off, but when are able to pull it off it can be 3 or 4 extra turns of milling more cards which easily can be the game winning difference helping you setup more on your bench while doing the exact thing that leads to your win condition (milling your opponents deck) 

If you want to build budget versions try using sinistea, centiskorch, cursed shovel, galar mine, diglett, twin energy, welder, non supporter gust effects (great catcher, pokemon catcher, phione) and enjoy some games! As also mentioned above playing 2 or 3 lt surges strategy can and will be very helpful since you are not going to be taking any prizes and that card is all about being played when you are behind on prizes. It is a huge card that sets up amazing combinations. Play around and explore with what works best. Be warned tho that many decks are employing a whole lot of switch options these days... When it works though, SUPER FUN. lol. I do have a few lists I suppose I could share here too... Hope this is somewhat helpful. 

Thanks i will consider it in my deck.

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The new decklist is here 

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

##Pokémon - 14

* 1 Ditto {*} LOT 154
* 1 Diglett UNB 85
* 3 Rhyhorn SSH 97
* 3 Rhydon UNB 94
* 1 Centiskorch SSH 39
* 2 Blitzle LOT 81
* 1 Magnemite FLI 34
* 1 Magneton CEC 69
* 1 Zebstrika LOT 82

##Trainer Cards - 29

* 2 Cynthia & Caitlin CEC 228
* 2 Quick Ball SSH 179
* 2 Pokémon Communication TEU 152
* 2 Giovanni's Exile HIF 57
* 2 Ordinary Rod SSH 171
* 1 Chaotic Swell CEC 187
* 3 Great Ball SSH 164
* 2 Lt. Surge's Strategy UNB 178
* 1 Cynthia UPR 119
* 2 Evolution Incense SSH 163
* 3 Cursed Shovel RCL 157
* 2 Pal Pad SSH 172
* 2 Switch SSH 183
* 3 Welder UNB 189

##Energy - 17

* 2 Fighting Energy SMEnergy 6
* 2 Twin Energy RCL 174
* 2 Triple Acceleration Energy UNB 190
* 11 Fire Energy SMEnergy 11

Total Cards - 60

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

Which cards should i take out of deck to make room for sinistea, persian team up and surprise box and i added magnaton cec to get supporters as i will not take prize cards.

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Magneton CEC is a questionable card to play as it will hurt your deck against more turbo decks by giving them an additional Prize card. If your only way to recycle Supporter cards is 2 Pal Pad, 2 Giovanni's Exile seems too few, bump the count up to at least 3, if you include Mewtwo UNB or Eldegoss V. Your energy count is too high, cut down to 12 at most with 4 Twin, 3-4 Triple, and 4-5 Fire Energy (I would just drop the Fire Energy all together and run 8 Energy, 4 Twin and 4 Triple, maybe 1 Fire Energy if you want to play Magcargo GX). Personally, I don't agree with the Centiskorch as it forces you to play Fire energy in a deck that shouldn't really need it. Rhydon Mill is stronger when it's run without it, the additional milling option is somewhat appealing, but wouldn't a 1 of Magcargo GX be better? Burning Magma mills 5 cards, Centiskorch would need 5 Fire energy attached to match that, an unlikely circumstance. The 2-1 Zebstrika line seems too thin, bump that up to at least 2-2. Having a higher Pokemon count will be more advantageous to your deck than not as it will give you the option of playing 4 Pokemon Communication to find your Pokemon. Don't worry about playing Chaotic Swell, run 1 Mew UNB instead to deal with Bench snipe like Pikarom's Tag Bolt GX which can really speed up the game, something you don't want. I'd swap the 2 Cynthia and Caitlin for some more Cynthia, Cynthia will be more helpful when you're setting up. You can run Sinistea as a 1 in some of the space left by the removal of all that energy.

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