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Wolf Pack
December 27, 2006

Hey guys, I’m back with another idea that’s been in the back of my head for a while.  The name of the deck is WOLF PACK for two good reasons:
  1. Both Pokemon the deck focus on are dogs.
  2. They’re Red and Black (NWO Wolf Pack’s old colors!)
Anywho, here’s the list:
Pokemon:  15
3 Houndour (UF)
3 Houndoom (UF)
4 Poochyena (DX)
4 Mightyena (DX)
1 Holon’s Magneton (DS)
Houndoom and Mightyena have some sick synergy together.  Mightyena knocks your opponents hand down to 4 for only two energy, and Houndoom stops your opponent from playing all trainer cards (except supporters).  With only 4 cards and no trainers, your opponent’s options are going to be QUITE limited.  You’re not going to be doing much damage, but your Pokemon are going to be very difficult to knock out with only 4 cards and a Stadium of your choice locked in play. 
Energy:  18
4 Darkness Energy
9 Fire Energy
3 Double Rainbow Energy
2 Heal Energy
Pretty standard energy.  Dark Energy gives Mightyena some much needed extra damage. Double Rainbow Energy lets Mightyena attack for one, and Houndoom for two.  DRE is a very good card in this deck, and 4 might be better than 3.  Heal Energy is good TecH to get you out of a nasty status condition.
Trainers:  27
4 Great Ball
4 Celio’s Network
2 Professor Elm’s Training Method
3 Mary’s Request
2 Copycat
2 Scott
2 Castaway
2 Cursed Stone
2 Battle Frontier
1 Giant Stump
2 Energy Root
1 Crystal Shard
Great Ball is obviously here to get out your basics when you need them.  4 Celio’s AND 2 PETMs to make sure you get your stage ones out as fast as possible.  Locking a Cursed Stone or Battle Frontier into play should help a lot of matchups, such as Metanite, Flygon, Sallygross, Banette, etc.  Energy Root is there to help Mightyena survive, and Crystal Shard is great TecH for Drag d, Flygon, and Salamance
I’ve played a lot of games with this deck, and it actually does very well against the metagame (especially Banette!).  E-mail me as always if you have any questions/comments.  Chuck@pojo.com

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