Here is my deck. I focus on stopping my opponent from attacking. No matter
do it, when I attack, they don't attack back.I therefore affectionately call
deck the Brick Wall deck. Heres the list:
2-Gust of Wind
That is my Brick Wall deck. Most of my Poke'mon either prevent the opponent
attacking, or they prevent their opponents attacks. I would really like your
opinion on my deck ASAP. Thanks.
Thanks from a fellow Poke'mon Master,
I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry. Honestly, I'm confused about a great
many things in this deck. Let's start with a little Q&A session:
1) Are you on drugs?
2) If yes, which ones?
3) Did you know that drugs are bad for you?
4) Did you know that drugs would do this to you when you started taking
That's about the only thing I can figure. Your writing is grammatical, you
seem pleasant; --so where did this pile of crap come from? The other mechs
and I have been saying constantly "put in multiples!", so why do we still
get decks like this? I realize I'm coming across like an irate Jr. High
teacher here, but you all have a responsibility when you decide to make a
deck. If you want to win, you have to make the commitment to doing research
and designing a solid deck. You can't simply buy 6 boosters, take all the
rares, and throw them together in the hopes that what you get will be
*whew* I needed to take a breath there. That last paragraph was a doozie.
I will now actually try to help you, instead of just doing the textual
version of bashing you over the head with a 2x4. Here goes nothing...
Okay, first cut out the useless evolution lines. That includes... uh...
woah, you have almost every single water evolution line in here! Holy cow.
Sheesh, drop everything except Psyduck and Golduck. Go 4/3 on that line.
Now moving on to your colourless selection... oh wait, you have psychics in
the colourless area. *sigh* Okay, keep Jiggly and Wiggly. Why are you
running an Abra? I donít get it; --but I donít get much about this deck.
Drop Ďpoke, Ďbro, Mew, and the Psy energy. Go to 4/3 Jiggly/Wiggly. Now
you can add solid basics as you see fit... Lapras and Scyther would fit
Trainers: actually, your trainers have a tiny bit more sense than the rest
of this garbage. Still, weíll get rid of Fossil, Defender, and Recycle. Oh
by the way, itís PlusPower. Not PowerPlus... PlusPower. Replace the
Gamblers with Oaks. Put in 3 or 4 Bills. You may even want to add another
Oak. Put in more ER, and some SER. If you want a quick beatdown theme, you
may want more PLUSPOWER. You donít need any more PowerPlus... I think
youíve had a little too much already. Finally, youíll need some more
energy. Your original 22 was a little low, but workable. Get some SER to
power up Wiggly.
Now if youíll excuse me, I have to go sob in the corner. Decks like this
really break my heart.
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