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Any suggestion for this TCGO Dark Deck

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4 Deino, 3 Zweilous, 2 Hydreigon

3 Black and White Purrloin, 2 Emerging Powers Liepard

3 Emerging Powers Zorua, 2 Emerging Pwers Zoroark

1 Pokemon Catcher.
2 pokemon communications.
2 Super rod.

2 Rocky Helmet.

3 Cheren.
2 interviewer's questions.
3 Professor Elm's training method.
2 Professor Oak's New theory.
2 Twins.

2 Special Dark energy's.
1 Rescue energy.
18 Dark enrgy's

asked Feb 16, 2012 by Mystic Flygon
edited Feb 20, 2012 by trachy
If you have any more TCGO decks, feel free to ask about them. I enjoy answering them.

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Deck Mechanic trachy

Note: I don't really care if you have the cards or not. I don't have psychic powers which tell me which cards you do or don't have.

Okay, let's start with your Trainers. How I hate these new trainers. They can't come even close to Scoop Up, SER, Breeder, Lass, Bill, or Prof Oak. Get rid of Interviewer, Prof Elm, and Twins. Then take out one Cheren. This gives you space for nine more cards. Let's make three of those spaces go to the excellent Pokemon Catcher cards. Then let's add two Great Balls http://www.serebii.net/card/emergingpowers/093.shtml to the deck. There, now we have four open spaces.

Okay, now for the Pokemon. I think 4-3-2 is a bit much for the Hydreigon line. Let's make it 3-2-1. We now have seven spaces. Let's add in the Mandibuzz line. Their Fighting resistance will be of great help to the deck. Okay, so add in three Emerging Powers Vullaby http://www.serebii.net/card/emergingpowers/068.shtml and two Emerging Powers Mandibuzz http://www.serebii.net/card/emergingpowers/069.shtml . Now the Liepard line isn't the most powerful. Let's add the bulkier Scrafty (B&W) line instead. All Purrlion go to Scraggy http://www.serebii.net/card/blackwhite/068.shtml , all Liepard to Scrafty http://www.serebii.net/card/blackwhite/069.shtml . Then, change the Emerging Powers Zoroark line to the incredibly awesome B&W Zoroark line http://www.serebii.net/card/blackwhite/071.shtml . Yes, even the Zorua http://www.serebii.net/card/blackwhite/070.shtml . I'll take the 60 HP over the better attacks, since you shouldn't even be using Zorua to attack anyways. Nasty Plot is an incredible attack and so is Foul Play. These are in fact two of the best attacks I've seen in these new sets. The lower retreat cost seals the deal.

We now have two more spaces for cards. Let's add in two more of the Special Darkness Energies. Then, exchange two ordinary Darkness Energies for Double Colorless energies. These work great on Hydreigon, but also on Zoroark and Mandibuzz, who can use their primary attacks with just one Double Colorless.

Final Deck:

Pokemon: 21

x3 Deino (Noble Victories)
x2 Zweilous (Noble Victories)
x1 Hydreigon (Noble Victories)
x3 Scraggy (B&W)
x2 Scrafty (B&W)
x3 Vullaby (Emerging Powers)
x2 Mandibuzz (Emerging Powers)
x3 Zorua (B&W)
x2 Zoroark (B&W)

Trainers: 16

x4 Pokemon Catcher (Emerging Powers)
x2 Pokemon Communication (B&W)
x2 Super Rod (Noble Victories)
x2 Rocky Helmet (Noble Victories)
x2 Cheren (Emerging Powers)
x2 Great Ball (Emerging Powers)
x2 Professor Oak's New Theory

Energies: 23

x16 Darkness Energy
x4 Special Darkness Energy
x2 Double Colorless Energy
x1 Rescue Energy

answered Feb 19, 2012 by trachy
edited Feb 19, 2012 by trachy