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Arial Maneuvers
November 15, 2000


Name: Erik Frenz


mIRC nickname (if you have one): none


Email Address: butthead_359@hotmail.com


Skill Level: Intermediate


Speed Metagame in your area: Fast-Ultra Turbo (somewhere between there)


Strategy of your deck:
Simply put, you have up one of the basics to start off your beatdown
session, then you send up the Koga's Pidgeotto to finish it all off!


Deck Name: Aerial Maneuvers


Deck Listing

4 Koga's Pidgey lv. 15
4 Koga's Pidgeotto
3 TR Zapdos
3 Chansey

4 Bill
4 Prof. Oak
4 Computer Search
4 PlusPower
3 No Removal Gym
3 Koga
3 Gust of Wind
2 Misty's Wrath
2 Koga's Ninja Trick

Energy Types
13 Lightning Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy


How does your deck do?: My deck mainly loses to Trapper, but who's doesn't!
:( I do, however, do fairly well vs. Haymakers, since when they have
Hitmonchan up, I have Koga's Pidgeotto and when they have Electabuzz, BOOM!
Koga's Ninja Trick and I'm back in the game!
Wigglytuff sometimes poses a problem, which is why I want you to fix this,
since Wigglytuff is the main metagame up here in Maine!


Other info you feel is important: This deck was an early idea spawned by the
idea of coin flip attacks that are really great when they hit heads!

Hey, Erik...

I picked your deck because it's interesting and different.  Unfortunately, though I liked your idea to use Koga's Pokemon and trainers to your advantage, if you are ever going to stand a chance against Wiggly, you can't spare the space for a little combo that really doesn't yield you enough advantage to make it worth it.  Since you are having problems with Wiggly and also with Trapper, I'll make the deck efficient enough to hopefully deal with them.


Koga's Pidgey is a cool fad Pokemon that has it's uses.  Koga's Pidgeotto just SUCKS... omg... I tried to find a redeeming value to it, but I just couldn't.  I'd rather run lv15 Pidgey alone than get stuck with that Pidgeotto out there!  I then thought of maybe replacing it with another Koga Pokemon, but Koga's Ditto sucks too, and the others involve splitting your colors.  So out they all go.  In a way, that's not bad.  It also allows me to make space in the trainers to fight Wiggly by getting rid of the Koga focused trainers there.  Sorry, but this is honestly the only way you will stand a chance against Wigglytuff, and since that is what you are asking for, that's where we shall go with this.  Another note... you need more basics to have a chance against Trap.  I'm also adding in Buzz.


Replace Koga stuff with anti-Wiggly stuff.  Energy Removal is SO important.  If they throw down a No Removal Gym, you throw down your Narrow Gym and E REMOVE that Wiggly!!! If you can't get a hold of your Gym, then Pitch the extra cards and remove him anyhow!!! You must set him back, get him active without E, and then BEAT the EVER-LOVIN' crap outta him!  *ahem* 

*Clefairy Doll calms down....*


Same stuff... discard E to Comp Search or Item Finder to use it with your Zap if necessary....

New Deck Listing:

Pokémon - #12
4 TR Zapdos
4 Electabuzz
4 Chansey

Trainers - #31
3 Bill
2 Scoop Up
4 Prof. Oak
3 Computer Search
3 Item Finder
3 Super Energy Removal
3 Energy Removal
3 PlusPower
3 Gust of Wind
2 Nightly Garbage Run
2 Narrow Gym

Energy - #17
13 Lightning Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy


Now get out there and go kill Wigglytuffs!!!!

 ~ Doll

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