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Yu Yu Hakusho
Harry Potter
Vs. System

Jermy's Junkyard
February 6, 2006

This deck has been getting more popular in the past few months.  Here's a list I've been working on.


        2 Onix RR
        2 Steelix ex
        3 Pidgey RG
        2 Pidgeotto RG
        3 Pidgeot RG
        3 Lugia ex
        2 Squirtle (Sleepy Ball)
        1 Wartortle RG
        2 Blastoise ex

        4 Celio's Network
        4 Rare Candy
        4 Power Tree
        4 Copycat
        4 Dual Ball
        2 Rocket's Admin.
        2 Steven's Advice
        1 Pokémon Retriever

        10 Water Energy
        4 Holon's Electrode
        1 Holon's Magneton

Basically the strategy is to get Pidgeot out ASAP. That's the reason for the 3/2/3 line, so then you can search for whatever else you need. Then you get Blastoise ex into play, and then either Steelix ex or Lugia ex depending on what you're up against. With Blastoise ex's Energy Rain you can play multiple W Energy onto either Lugia ex or Steelix ex, then play a Holon's Electrode/Magneton, pick up a W Energy, then either do 200 damage if you want to KO their Active immediately, or power do 100 to anything in play with Steelix. Holon's Electrode/Magneton provides the Fire/Water for Elemental Blast, and the 2 Metal Energy for Steelix's Mudslide.

The reason for the high number of Lugia ex is it's a pretty good Pokemon to start the game off with. You can start attaching 1 energy a turn from turn 1 on so just in case you don't get Blastoise into play very fast you'll still be able to do Elemental Blast by turn 3. Plus if your opponent wants to attack it they're risking their Energy going back into their hand by Lugia ex's Poke-Body Silver Sparkle.

Now that Legend Maker prereleases have started, Power Tree is a good stadium for this deck. You'll never have special energy cards in your discard since the Holons don't count as one while they're in your discard pile, so you can get back those Water Energy you've been discarding.

So anyway with Pidgeot on your bench you'll be able to search out the Holon's Electrode/Magneton needed to attack with Lugia ex or Steelix each turn. You might ask "How are you supposed to get 6 prizes with only 5 Holon's Energy?" That's what Pokemon Retriever is for. Get back the Holons if you need em, or any other Pokemon you might need at that time. You also might ask "Why are you using 4 Holon's Electrode and only 1 Magneton"? Well I think Electrode looks cooler.



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