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Wooster
22nd October 2006, 6:26 AM
ok so I want to start into pokemon tcg (as I'm really quite a newbie but I have a fairly large collection of base, jungle, fossil, and rocket cards and I was thinking about building a really cool oldschool unlimited deck. so I talked to some people who used to be good back in the days before gsc came out... I was wondering if anybody would like to give me some input as to how I can ECONOMICALLY build this deck. I'm willing to spend some but would like to keep it under 20 dollars. basically I don't want to spend all my money on tcg so I can still get drunk every now and then.

basically I want an unlimited deck. with the principle being to use krabby's call for family to fill up my bench then rock out a jungle wiggly to dish out 60 damage with do the wave. hence 'tsunami' water + wave ;) get it? aren't I creative?

pokes
Jungle Jigglypuff x4
Jungle Wigglytuff x4 <------also if it would be a great idea I *may* be willing to buy wigglytuff ex but it is expensive...

Fossil Krabby x4
Fossil Kingler x2 <--------- if it would be a good investment I'm willing to buy Fr/Lg Kinglers.

Rocket Magikarp x1
Base Magikarp x1 <---- I *could* buy another rocket magikarp if neccissary instead of the base one
Base Gyarados x1
Rocket Dark Gyarados x1

trainers
rocket Challenge x4
base Bill x4
base oak x4.
base swich x? <--- for swiching pokemon without any swich cost. so I can get wiggly in. krabby is rather expensive so I may use alot :x
base gust x? <---- bother my opponents. maybe get a poke with a high retreat cost in and stall them out for a few turns...

my friend told me imposter oak's reveng + rocket sneak attack + rocket's trap was a sweet combo but I don't know how many of those I own atm... would that help my deck style by disableing my opponents so I can set up a wiggly?

energy
water energy x20
double colorless x1 <---- I own one. but if neccissary I suppose i could buy a few more...

this is around 52 cards I'm not sure where I should get the other 8-10 depending. more in trainer? more in basic pokes?

okothnuva
22nd October 2006, 7:14 AM
You dont need Kingler or gyarados. Dunsparce sandstorm can fill the bench for you. It searches for 3 basics then moves to the bench.

Wooster
22nd October 2006, 12:14 PM
aite I'll definitly look into buying a few dunsparce, how many would you recomend?

also fr/lg kingler looks like a solid poke. and the gyarados are some of my stronger cards atm I mean I need other pokes besides wiggly ;)

EDIT: ok I remembered exactly what pokedex's do and no I don't need any of them sorry I had a brainfart about how they actually worked lol

dark manectric
22nd October 2006, 12:40 PM
if you are looking for some strong backup pokemon i would recomend
flareon jolteon and vaporeon they are very handy in tight spots
also if you want get a nidoqueen and /or a kangaskahn to help out defeat some stronger pokemon

okothnuva
22nd October 2006, 8:25 PM
You need 4 Dunsparce.

Max out Oaks, but you dont need pokedex.

If you want a strong pokemon besides Wigglytuff, try Sneasel NG. It can do more damage for each poke you have on the bench.

This is what it should look like

4 Dunsparce SS
4 Sneasel NG
2 Jigglypuff
2 WIgglytuff Jungle/Wigglytuff ex (I prefer wiggly ex)

4 Computer Search
4 Item Finder
4 Bill
4 Prof. Oak
4 Erika
4 Super Energy Removal
3 Gust Of Wind
3 Impostor Oak's Revenge
2 Town Volunteers
1 Trash Exchange

4 Darkness Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy
4 Dark Metal Energy
3 Recycle Energy