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silversymbol
14th January 2010, 3:18 AM
Pokemon (22)
2x Torchic (trainer kit)
1x Torchic (power keepers)
1x Rayquaza (holon phantoms)
1x Regice (legends awakened)
2x Mudkip (ex R/S)
1x Mudkip (crystal guardians)
2x Marill (TR, Neo Genesis)
2x Zigzagoon (trainer kit)
1x Mawile (power keepers)

1x Combusken (trainer kit)
1x Combusken (great encounters)
2x Marshtomp (ex R/S)
1x Linoone (trainer kit)
1x Blaziken (ex R/S)
1x Blaziken (Pt)
1x Swampert (ex R/S)
1x Azumarill (TR)

Trainers (13)
2x potion
1x gust of wind
1x High pressure system (ex Dragon)
2x energy retrieval
1x energy removal
1x great ball (power keepers)
2x Prof. Elm's training method
1x Pkmn Trader
1x Bebe's Search
1x pluspower


Energy (25)
10x Fire Energy
10x Water Energy
3x Metal Energy (special)
1x Holon Energy WP
1x Rainbow Energy

Feel free to rate my deck. ;257; ;260;. Or yah.

Nidoprince
14th January 2010, 3:34 AM
You need more trainers and less energy. I'd take out all the Metal Energy since you only have Mawile, which should be taken out with it. I'd also take out WP energy since you don't have any Psychic Pokemon, which makes WP energy lose half it's purpose. Rainbow can stay if you want, but you still have a lot of energy, unless you put in more trainers. I'd add in one more Bebe's, one more Great Ball, one more Plus Power, and 2 Energy Search. I'd keep testing and adding Trainers and taking Energy until you're comfortable.

girazard
14th January 2010, 4:11 AM
The metal energys are for Rayquaza (which is water-steel) and so is the Holon WP. Rayquaza's Poke-Body says that if it has any holon energies on it then it has no weakness, and since it is weak to normal I can't really remove WP. Also with WP Rayquaza isn't affected by poison sleep etc. And if your thinking, I probably shouldn't remove Rayquaza as it is one of my main attackers. But thanks anyways.

Nidoprince
14th January 2010, 4:19 AM
Oh yea, I'm not familiar with the old cards, hehe. Then I guess Mawile and Rayquaza and the energy stays, but that's still too many energy. Mabye take out some Pokemon along with some energy (Mabye try 7 Water 7 Fire) in exchange for trainers so it balances out.

By the way, does this happen to be your deck? Because you're talking like it is. Just wondering.

silversymbol
14th January 2010, 5:45 AM
Sorry it's my deck, I was on my brother's login when I wrote that. Your comments are much appreciated.

Splapp
22nd January 2010, 9:05 PM
If you're playing EX Series, only use 2 Evo lines if one's Pidgeot.

Liriane
22nd January 2010, 10:07 PM
Ya, I agree w/ Nidoprince, to many energy. I also agree with Splapp in that I think the deck is to busy, so maybe take out the fire type and put in more trainers. Just my opinion.

Splapp
22nd January 2010, 10:30 PM
Pokemon (21)
1x Rayquaza W/M (holon phantoms)
1x Regice (legends awakened)
4x Mudkip (crystal guardians)
3x Marill (TR, Neo Genesis)
2x Pidgey (FR/LG)

1x Pidgeotto (FR/LG)
2x Pidgeot (FR/LG)
2x Marshtomp (ex R/S)
3x Swampert (EX Crystal Guardians. You can use any, but replace the Fighting Energy for Water.)
2x Azumarill (TRR)

Trainers (18)
3x Celio's
3x Prof. Elm's Training Method
2x Curse Powder
2x Switch
3x Rare Candy
3x Rocket's Admin
2x Steven's Advice


Energy (16)
8x Water
4x Fighting
1x Metal
1x Metal / Psychic (take your pick)
2x Holon WP

That's 55. I'll leave you to get the others, but don't use them on Energy.

Liriane
23rd January 2010, 12:25 AM
I think that is a very good idea, but maybe have 4 holon WP instead of 2.