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Expanded Budget Expanded Deck

Discussion in 'PTCG Deck Garage' started by ForeverRanger91, Oct 10, 2017.

  1. ForeverRanger91 Aspiring Trainer


    My locals plays nothing but Expanded and my Ninetales deck is built for Standard and I really don't think there is a way to tweak it for Expanded. So I am in need of a budget deck. I was looking at Night March as the deck of choice but am open to suggestions. Any help?

  2. swaginator5000 Aspiring Trainer


    Ninetails gx can definitely be played in expanded. If you want to provide a list i can help tweak it otherwise night march is good or turbo turtles
  3. joffreyspikes #Drampazizzle


    I would say Turtonator is the best Expanded deck right now. It destroys Night March with Shell Trap and Bright Flame/FFB/2 Volcanion-EX knocks out Gardy. It also happens that it is quite cheap (though I suspect Turtonator's price will skyrocket in the near future)
  4. FlavorfulPineApl Natsuki Best Grill


    Except for the 1 Lele, but at least the shays are about 15 now
  5. joffreyspikes #Drampazizzle


    £15 for Roaring Skies Shaymin-EX. Time has simply flown.
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  6. DragonFang101 Dragon-type Pokemon Traier


    For now, Shaymin EX. Only if you aren't going to spend your money on a whole new deck. Oh yeah, an ACE SPEC would help too.
  7. TuxedoBlack Old School Player


    For Expanded format games, I will typically play a Landorus EX (with friends) or Trevenant BREAK deck. Both are reasonably priced. Other similarly priced decks would be decks "powered up" by Eels, Magnezone (Magnetic Circuit), etc.
  8. EvolutionaryFault Aspiring Trainer


    If your willing to splurge on a lele/shaymin, I highly recommend Archie's blastoise!

    Everything else in the deck (blastoise, keldeo ex,battle compressors) is surprisingly affordable; and with sun and moon cards, you can swap the keldeos for ninetales/gx, or lapras gx. You can drop Archie's for rare candies and play 'normal' blastoise if you skip on the leles.

    Or night march. I have both decks and the majority of the trainers and consistency cards are common between them.

    Vespiquen/flareon(plasma) play similarly to night march, and the unown/klefki combos are very cheap. You'll need a mew or two, or mew ex to stretch out your attackers though.
    Or you could cut the supporters in half on your standard deck, add vs seeker and keldeo/floatstone for utility. Boom. Expanded.

    Do you play baby or gx ninetales?

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