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//NAME: BlazikenWell, this part should be obvious.
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Now, the fun part: Blazikens. I think a 2/2 line works here. Ideally, you want to get both out as early as you can. Against a set up deck, you want to attack with the GE Blaziken, sniping their vital cards. One shotting a BENCHED Claydol is simply brutal. On the other hand, against something like Palkia G or Regigigas, where the set up is handled through dropping basics, you might want to focus on damaging the active as much as you can, instead of KOing a benched Uxie so they can TSD it back and reuse it.
A 2/2 Claydol line with 1 Uxie is our Poké-draw line-up.
Now, onto the 1/1 Lv.X lines. This deck simply will not function without a Heatran Lv.X. Its Power allows you to keep using Blazikens' attacks without having to discard those 2 Energy, which is simply amazing. 80 a turn to any Pokémon for the low, low cost of 1RR, or just a plain 100 to the active for the same cost. As you can see, Heatran is quite important to the deck. So why aren't we running 2/2? I actually ran 2/2 when I first built the deck, but my friend Jayson has made quite a good case for going with 1/1. With a little help from Azelf, you should be fine with a 1/1 line.
Palkia Lv.X is a very fun card. You might be wondering why we would want to Restructure, when we can already hit the Bench. Simple: Bring up something that can't easily retreat, such as a tech Dialga G Lv.X, Skuntank G, Shaymin Lv.X, Claydol, opponents' Palkia Lv.Xs, etc. Using Blaziken PT's power, burn them. Now snipe off their main threats, while they are stuck with an Active they can't retreat, nor use Powers. It's pretty fun to watch people squirm while you're picking off their bench. If you're a bad person, that is.
Of course, you ought to keep in mind that you will have a Palkia and Heatran out, and your opponent will always bring up one of those two. That's why we're running 4 Switches to get you out of that spot of bother, though.
Also, you might have noticed that we're not running Unown Gs here. If your metagame has a lot of Dusknoir, you should throw 2-3 in. Mine doesn't, so I didn't. Nyah.
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Hello, Monster of the Lake!Thanks a lot, Vinicius Vinicius (if that's your actual name, that's quite possibly the greatest name I have ever seen). I'll hopefully do a few more Saga of Sets pretty soon. See, RaNd0m cheated, and did the EASY sets, with 60-70 cards in each set. D&P sets have around 130 cards in each set! I GOT RIPPED OFF!
There you go, then. Give Blaziken a try, and let me know how you do with it. Unless you run into a lot of Kingdras and decide to send me hatemail. Ehh, why not, go ahead and send that in as well. I forgive you in advance =P
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