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Moss's Pokemon TCG Deck Garage

Dragonite's "Yellow" Stained Tightie Whities

Howdy there Moss!!

Here is my beloved dragon deck. It is pretty original and I find that it often gives quite a suprise to my opponents...heh heh... I love the looks on their faces when I unexpectedly evolve the poor helpless Erika's Dratini, slap down a Double Colorless Energy and "Take Away" on their beefed up, invincible, and awful purdy steelixes. Well, that part works pretty well and I usually get the opportunity to hyper beam during the game. Now here are the weaknesses that I come across. Whenever I lose (which is about half the time) it is usually because I have that bite sized dratini out as my only pokemon. Either that or they get their high HP heavy hitting pokemon out, taking prizes and stalling me out. Very rarely do I win with sheer power and brute force, but when I win, I either take away the remaining pokemon or I stall them out. Oh yeah, I hate those Sprout Towers and Unown N's (but they don't appear frequently) =D Enjoy Buddy! 

Here is my deck:

Pokemon (19)

3 Dratini (Base set)
3 Dragonair (Base set)
3 Dragonite (Fossil)
2 Erika's Dratini
2 Erika's Dragonair
1 Igglybuff
1 Cleffa
2 Electabuzz
2 Rocket's Zapdos

Trainerz (26)

3 Item Finder
3 Energy Removal
2 Super Removal
2 Gold Berry
1 No Removal Gym
1 Celadon
3 Computer Search
2 Nightly Garbage Run
3 Gust Of Winds
4 Prof. Oak
2 Scoop Up

Energy (15)

2 Recycle Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy
9 Electric

<("<)<(' ')>(>")> Oh Yeah! Kirby Dance!

Andres (on MIRC: Draconis)


Hey Andres, thanks for sending an original theme deck! Usually, a deck with a theme is hopeless with no chance of competition, but this one looks like it could do a great job. Let's see what we can do with this one.

Pokemon: First, drop the Dragonite. Dragonair has always had some uses, but Dragonite is just plain awful and hideous. Make it 3-3 lines on both Dragonair lines. Next, drop the 2 Rocket's Zapdos for 2 more Cleffa, which is necessary to get out double evolutions. Also, throw in one more Igglybuff, to help counter those pesky Unown N's. This gives us 13 basics, 19 pokemon total.

Trainers: Go with 4 Computer Search, 4 Item Finder, and 3 Professor Oak in this deck. I've completely changed my philosophy on these card drawing machines, and maybe I'll tell you all about that if I do a little special article :D. If Sprout Tower is becoming a nuisance, make it 2 Celadon City Gym, and cut that single No Removal Gym - Dragonair and Energy Removal work together. 3 Energy Removal and 2 Super Energy Removal sound good as well. Obviously, we need 3 Lass for the ever infamous Eeeeeeek/Lass combo. 
Wrap up the trainers with 2 Gold Berry for healing, 2 Gust of wind for Disruption, and of course, 2 Nightly Garbage Run to get back lost cards. That gives us 27 trainers.

Energy: 4 Double Colorless (obviously), 3 Recycle, and 7 Electric sounds fine. 14 Energy should be plenty. 

I think I may play this deck o_O Here's the deck list:

Pokemon: (19)
3 Dratini
3 Dragonair
3 Erika's Dratini
3 Erika's Dragonair
3 Cleffa
2 Electabuzz
2 Igglybuff

Trainers: (27)
4 Computer Search
4 Item Finder
3 Professor Oak
2 Celadon City Gym
3 Lass
3 Energy Removal
2 Super Energy Removal
2 Gold Berry
2 Gust of Wind
2 Nightly Garbage Run

Energy: (15)
4 Double Colorless Energy
3 Recycle Energy
7 Electric Energy

Have fun with the deck, it should do fairly well for a theme deck.


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