>From: Blake Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 18:02:52 -0800 (PST)
>Here's a deck that I have been working on to try to
>take care of a lot of the current metagame. It seems
>to be pretty solid, I just wanted an expert's opinion
>and some small tweeks if you don't mind.
>3 Mr. Mime
>2 Movie Mewtwo
>3 Super Energy Removal
>2 Item Finder
>3 Gust of Wind
>2 Computer Search
>2 Professor Oak
>2 Energy Retrieval
>8 Psychic Energy
>8 Electric Energy
>9 Grass Energy
>It's called MukPourri and from the design, it's able
>to take care of many of the popular deck designs.
>Mew/Arodactyl, Raindance, Damage Swap, Venusaur decks,
>Mr. Mimes? Muk. Haymaker with Hitmochan and Scyther?
> You have your own Scythers along with Movie Mewtwo.
>Any heavy hitter deck? Mr. Mime. Any silly deck
>without much of a point and a lot of weak Pokemon.
>Send out Movie Mewtwo to mop them up, and with all of
>the computer searches and prof oaks, you should have
>no problem using his energy retrieval power when he's
>I was trying to get my Pokemon mix just right. I used
>to have Fossil Magmar in there instead of Electrabuzz,
>but I wanted more Raindance protection because it
>seems to be the most frequently used deck archetype
>Thanks for the help,
You do realize that Muk shuts off Mr.Mimes power? Right?
This deck seems to be heavily metagamed against raindance, as it has
Mr.Mimes, Electabuzz and Muk. It doesn't make it indestructable from
raindance, but it does make it alot easier to beat it.
As mentioned in my comment section, Mr.Mimes doesn't work well at all with
Muk. That means one or the other has to go to resolve this.
Muk has his name in the title of the deck so he has to stay and because
Mr.Mime can be replaced by Jynx easily, he has to go.
Aside from that switch though there is only one more suggestion for this
deck... fit some scoop ups in here. I can't figure out where you would get
the room for them, but they would be a great asset to the deck.
Hope that helps.
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