Here we are with a very peculiar gx in mimikyu. While defenitley on the weaker side of gxs this set, mimikyu is still solid and has quite a bit of potential when paired with the correct partners. The main attack does 10 damage plus 30 for each damage counter on your opponents pokemon, so the optimal way to play this card is as a spread deck. Cards like tapu koko are excellent with this because it can spread 20 damage to all Pokemon on your opponents pokemon, adding an extra 60 damage onto mimikyu's attack. For decks like zoroark, malamar and other ability based decks, weavile is an excellent card in this deck because you can put 60 damage on anything with an ability, allowing mimikyu to essentially hit 180 damage against them, allowing for some impressive ohko situations. Tapu lele is a brilliant card in this deck because having the ability to manipulate how damage counters are placed on your opponents side of the board can allow you to set up potentially devastating kos against Pokemon from virtually out of nowhere. Shrine of punishment is a brilliant card in this deck to punish any gx played with extra damage, and since mimikyu will also be taking damage, you can use acerola to easily pick it back up and heal it. An interesting tech option in this deck is using the honchkrow with raven claw to have a non gx attacker, just in case you want a favorable prize trade, while also playing ditto prism star and unit energy alongside energy lotto to get it out in a timely manner. Finally, since mimikyu does take 2 attachments to get fully powered up, Mina is defenitley not a bad option in this deck because she can garuntee you an attachment straight from the deck, allowing you too attack much quicker. It isn't the best gx from lost thunder, but when put in the right situations mimikyu is certainly a force to be reckoned with. #nintendo#gamefreak#gameboy#gba#ds#3ds#pokemon#pokemonredandblue#pokemongoldandsilver#pokemonrubyandsapphire#pokemondiamondandpearl#pokemonblackandwhite#pokemonxy#pokemonsunandmoon#pokemontcg#solgaleo#lunala#necrozma#weavile#mimikyu#tapukoko#ultranecrozma#pokemoncards#zygarde#xerneas#yveltal#lucario#pikachu
May be the worst #Pokemon game since #Pokemonxy but this was the hardest fight probably in the entire franchise, wtf **********************************************************************************
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Lycanroc-GX – Fighting – HP200
Stage 1 – Evolves from Rockruff
Ability: Twilight Eye
When you play this card from your hand to evolve a Pokemon during your turn, you may discard an Energy from your opponent’s Active Pokemon.
[F][C][C] Accelerock: 120 damage.
[F] Radial Edge GX: 30x damage. This attack does 30 damage times the number of Energy cards in your opponent’s discard pile. (You can’t use more than 1 GX attack in a game.)
When your Pokemon-GX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.
Weakness: Grass (x2)
That ability is honestly just insane. Now that we have cards like super scoop up and acerola we can constantly reuse this ability to continuously chip away at the opponents energies and make it much harder for them to attack, especially when you pair this with crushing and enhanced hammers. Even the gx attack synergies with this ability so well and rewards you for constantly reusing the ability with big damage that can be bolstered even further by a card like diancie prism star. I genuinely think that this card should be a 1 of in any deck that plays any form of lycanroc going forward because the ability can potentially change the pace of the entire game when used properly and add another layer of complexity to the deck. #nintendo#gamefreak#creaturesinc#gameboy#pokemon#pokemonredandblue#pokemongoldandsilver#pokemonxy#pokemonsunandmoon#pokemontcg#forbiddenlight#solgaleo#lunala#necrozma#diancie#regirock#ultranecrozma#pokemoncards#zygarde#xerneas#yveltal#greninja#pikachu#lycanroc#cardoftheday
Well thanks to quagsire, water toolbox is now, all of a sudden a more viable deck option this standard, which definitely boast well for a card like lapras gx. Lapras hasn't truly recovered ever since it's sun and moon hay day, but now it has a ton of great tools that can make it more of a threat In our new standard. No matter what, aqua patch will always be a 4 of in any water deck, the card is just way too good to ignore, and now that we have quagmire to transfer to those water energies from the bench to the active slot, how can we optimize on the effectiveness of this card? Well, there are several ways of doing this, the most optimal being prism star volcanion to discard the water energy with it's ability while also forcing the opponent to deal with some pretty annoying gimmicks when it comes to switches. We also have acro bike to help us set up our board while throwing any water energies we don't need into the discard pile, which is always great especially with other support cards like brooklet hill and instruct oranguru. Much like ho-oh, lapras can't use it's big 160 attack twice in a row, so how to we get past that and attack consistently? We always have guzma, but the real star of the show here is switch raft which allows us too switch into another benched lapras and heal 30 damage from the previously active one and than use quagsire's ability to move all the energy from the old one onto the new one. Lapras can actually hit for some very solid damage, 190 with a choice band and if you use professor kukui you can hit the magical 210 damage, however exp share is also run to preserve the energies we have on the board, so we have more flexibility in what we can do after a knockout. Thanks to dragon's majesty, water decks finally have a rallying cry after losing max elixir, and I think that it's definitely worth giving a shot in the standard meta. #nintendo#gamefreak#creaturesinc#gameboy#pokemon#pokemonredandblue#pokemongoldandsilver#pokemonxy#pokemonsunandmoon#pokemontcg#forbiddenlight#solgaleo#lunala#necrozma#mew#zoroark#ultranecrozma#pokemoncards#zygarde#xerneas#yveltal#greninja#pikachu#froakie#lapras#volcanion#quagsire
You know what? With a new competitive season comes a crap ton of really fun rogue decks that sound great in theory, but need to be ironed out a bit more to be effective in practice, so let's talk about one of my favorites that I have tested, quad greninja gx. Now, greninja isn't a deck that likes to do damage the normal way too just the active Pokemon, oh no, greninja is essentially a deck that tries to pick up a massive amount of kos by spreading it's damage absolutely everywhere, but how do we do this? Well, you see both the frogadier and greninja gx have an ability extremely similar to the bats ability where you can place 20 damage wherever you want with frogadier when you evolve it and 30 damage in the same way when you evolve into greninja gx, and this is where the deck can get a bit chaotic. When you combine this with a card like the promo tapu koko, because we want to spread our damage out further than doing more with latios, we can place an absolutely ridiculous amount of damage on the board at a time, especially using cards like acerola and super scoop up which allow us to pick up our frogs and re use that same damaging ability all over again to spread even more damage. Setting up this deck is primarily done through brooklet hill to get our froakies out and acro bike with a ton of draw supporters to try and burn through are resources to get set up as quickly as possible. Now, greninja gx also has some good attacking potential with shadow hunter gx, allowing us to pick up gx knockouts on the bench and a 2hko attack that let's us shuffle it back into the deck for even more uses for this ability, both being very easy to pull off only needing an aqua patch and dce attachment. When this deck gets set up, it's an absolute nightmare too play against, however because of how good cards like golisopod gx and weavile are, alongside it's more unreliable nature, the ninja may have to stay hidden in the shadows. #nintendo#gamefreak#creaturesinc#gameboy#pokemon#pokemonredandblue#pokemongoldandsilver#pokemonxy#pokemonsunandmoon#pokemontcg#forbiddenlight#solgaleo#lunala#froakie#tapukoko#ultranecrozma#pokemoncards#zygarde#xerneas#yveltal#greninja