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Pokemon TCG Deck Garage
- Satoshi -

Well, hello folks. Let’s see what we have to work with, shall we?


Hey Satoshi, as you probably know, the title of this deck, Shocking Mice, does refer to the yellow furred rodent that is the bane of all older kids who play Pokémon. However, Raichu was bumped to my number 2 favorite spot with the arrival of Pichu, it was inevitable for me not to eventually make a deck with them. So, before everyone falls asleep, here’s the deck!

Shocking Mice

Pokémon (15)
2 Pichu
3 Pikachu
3 Raichu
2 Rocket’s Zapdos
3 Electabuzz (base)
2 Cleffa

Trainers (26)

4 Bill
3 Prof. Oak
3 Computer Search
3 Item Finder
3 Nightly Garbage Run
3 Gold Berry
3 No Removal Gym
1 Resistance Gym

Energy (19)

3 Metal Energy
3 Double Colorless Energy
13 Lightning Energy

Okay, the strategy here is get out Raichu or Rocket’s Zapdos with a couple of Metal Energy to avoid hurting themselves. If you’re in desperate need, put a DCE on a Raichu with a Lightning energy for agility. The lone Resistance Gym is desperately needed for those pesky Woopers and some other Pokémon used by the little kids at my League. Any help you offer would be greatly appreciated. I hope you’re having a great summer break.;)


WOW! I never thought of using Metal Energy on Raichu before. Good job on thinking of an original deck idea. And yes, my summer break has been...interesting, thanks for asking. :-)

Anyway, let’s take out the Electabuzz in this deck for another Rocket’s Zapdos and 2 Scyther for backup and beginning game setup. That’s all the work the Pokémon need. Moving on...

Let’s take out all four Bill for another Professor Oak, another each of Computer Search and Itemfinder, and an EcoGym. Take out the Resistance Gym and the No Removal Gym for another Ecogym and three PlusPowers, and we’ll be good.

Nothing much to do with the energy-in fact, nothing to do with the energy.

We’ll leave it as is.

Again, there wasn’t much I could do with this deck. It was already put together fairly solidly, and all I could do was to fine tune it a bit. Nice work!

BLASTOISE: Satoshi, time to go.

Yipes, the cab is here. Well, I’m outta here for a few days. See ya’ll on

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