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  1. AFEX Eon Duo Rules!
    AFEX

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    Hello, I and many other people are looking for Lele-less budget decks and today I have compiled a large list of some, ranging from competitive to just plain fun. These have been tested by Poke-tubers and other players. Feel free to refer to this list any time as that's what it is here for :)

    For Inquirers; If you have any questions about this thread at all, PM the following:
    @AFEX
    @FrostBiter12
    @pikachuuuu101
    @The Last Shaymin
    EDIT: For any decks that have prices for the cards here is a note, prices are per individual card, not the combined duplicates' price, provided by TCGPlayer.com. This is extremely important.

    Cost: (Rounded) $50.00
    ##Pokémon - 15
    * 1 Oranguru SUM 113
    * 4 Rayquaza GRI 106
    * 3 Solgaleo-GX SUM 89
    * 1 Magearna-EX STS 110
    * 4 Cosmog SUM 64
    * 2 Cosmoem SUM 65

    ##Trainer Cards - 32
    * 4 Professor Sycamore STS 114
    * 4 Ultra Ball PLF 122
    * 2 Lysandre AOR 78
    * 2 Skyla BCR 134
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 2 Super Rod NVI 95
    * 2 Nest Ball SUM 158
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 3 N NVI 101
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 3 Max Potion BKP 103

    ##Energy - 13
    * 9 Metal Energy HS 122
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy EVO 90
    Total Cards - 60

    The goal of this deck is too use Rayquaza's Turbo Storm to power up Solgaleo then use Solgaleo's ability to switch Solgaleo into the active, rinse and repeat.
    Cost (Rounded) $70.00
    ##Pokémon - 17
    * 1 Tauros-GX SUM 156
    * 2 Salandit GRI 15
    * 2 Salazzle GRI 16
    * 4 Poliwag EVO 23
    * 1 Poliwhirl EVO 24
    * 3 Poliwrath SUM 32
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards - 32
    * 4 Professor Sycamore STS 114
    * 1 Professor Kukui SUM 128
    * 4 Ultra Ball PLF 122
    * 2 Lysandre AOR 78
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 1 Super Rod NVI 95
    * 2 Exp. Share PRC 128
    * 1 Escape Rope PLS 120
    * 1 Teammates PRC 141
    * 3 N NVI 101
    * 3 Float Stone PLF 99
    * 2 Choice Band GRI

    ##Energy - 11
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy EVO 90
    * 8 Water Energy HS 117
    Total Cards - 60

    The goal is to get Salazzle on the bench leave your opponents active Pokemon with a special condition, use Poliwrath's Wake Up Slap for 160.
    Cost (Rounded) $70.00
    ##Pokémon
    * 2 Manaphy-EX BKP 116
    * 4 Poliwag SUM 30
    * 3 Poliwhirl EVO 24
    * 3 Politoed GRI 25
    * 2 Poliwrath SUM 32
    * 2 Poliwrath EVO 25
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards
    * 3 Professor Sycamore STS 114
    * 1 Professor Kukui SUM 128
    * 2 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 4 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 2 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 2 Super Rod NVI 95
    * 2 Skyla BCR 149
    * 2 Escape Rope PLS 120
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 3 N NVI 101
    * 3 Choice Band GRI 121

    ##Energy
    * 7 Water Energy 3
    * 3 Double Colorless Energy EVO 90
    * 3 Splash Energy BKP 113

    The goal of the deck is to set up a Politoed and use it's Roll Call attack to put a Poliwhirl and Poliwrath on your bench, so you can easily set up Poliwraths'. Use Manaphy EX the next turn to free retreat Politoed into a potiential Poliwrath.
    Cost (Rounded) $84.00
    ##Pokemon-
    * 2 Rayquaza GRI 106
    * 4 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21
    * 3 Alolan Ninetales-GX GRI 22
    * 1 Glaceon-EX FAC 20
    * 2 Manaphy-EX BKP 116
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards -

    * 4 Professor Sycamore XY 122
    * 2 Professor Kukui SUM 128
    * 4 Aqua Patch GRI 119
    * 2 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 2 Brooklet Hill GRI 120
    * 3 Guzma GRI
    * 2 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 3 N NVI 101
    * 4 Choice Band GRI 121

    ##Energy - 13

    * 9 Water Energy 3
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy EVO 90

    The goal of the deck is to use/ spam ice blade and weaken your opponents benched Pokemon and knock them out. That's essentially the gist of the deck.
    Competitive Deck Rating (CDR): 7/10

    Cost: (Rounded) $74.00
    ##Pokémon -

    * 4 Aerodactyl FAC 76
    * 3 Talonflame STS 96
    * 1 Tauros-GX SUM 156

    ##Trainer Cards -

    * 3 Professor Sycamore STS 114
    * 2 Professor Kukui SUM 128
    * 3 Bursting Balloon BKP 97
    * 2 Town Map BKT 150
    * 2 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Captivating Poké Puff STS 99
    * 2 Super Rod NVI 95
    * 4 Puzzle of Time BKP 109
    * 4 Old Amber Aerodactyl FAC 106
    * 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 3 Special Charge STS 105
    * 3 Float Stone PLF 99
    * 4 N NVI 101
    * 4 Fossil Excavation Kit FAC 101
    * 2 Delinquent BKP 98

    ##Energy -

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy EVO 90
    * 6 Psychic Energy HS 119

    The goal of The deck is to start talonflame and search out the fossil excavation Aerodactyl then float stone Aerodactyl and start attacking.
    Cost: (Rounded) $69.00
    ##Pokémon - 12

    * 4 Alolan Rattata BUS 81
    * 4 Alolan Raticate BUS 82
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards - 48

    * 4 Puzzle of Time BKP 109
    * 4 Professor Sycamore STS 114
    * 2 Rescue Stretcher BUS 165
    * 1 Parallel City BKT 145
    * 2 Timer Ball SUM 134
    * 2 Skyla BKP 122
    * 1 Escape Rope BUS 163
    * 4 Ultra Ball SUM 161
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 4 Crushing Hammer SUM 115
    * 2 Guzma BUS 143
    * 2 Choice Band BUS 162
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 163
    * 4 N NVI 101
    * 2 Bodybuilding Dumbbells BUS 161
    * 2 Mallow GRI 145
    * 2 Team Skull Grunt SUM 149
    * 2 Enhanced Hammer GRI 162
    * 4 Bursting Balloon BKP 97

    ##Energy - 0

    The goal is to setup Alolan Raticate as a 0 energy attacker, attach a tool to it (Preferably Choice Band) then attack away. Raticate can be set up in not even 3-4 turns, more like 1-2 (not including your first turn)
    Cost: (Rounded) 74.60
    Pokemon:
    3-Lapras GX
    2-Remoraid
    2-Octillery
    1-Manaphy EX
    1- Wishiwashi
    1-Alolan Vulpix

    Trainers:
    3- Professor Sycamore
    3-N
    3-Guzma
    3- Professor Kukui
    4- Aqua Patch
    4- Max Elixir
    4-Ultra Ball
    2-Wishful Batons
    2- Energy Switch
    3- Choice Band
    3- Field Blower
    1-Rescue Stretcher
    1- Brooklet Hill
    2- Po Town

    Energy 12
    12- Water Energy

    The goal is to set up a Lapras GX get a Manaphy on the bench, for free retreat with Lapras so Lapras can keep retreating and getting away with hitting 160 each turn and keep swapping Lapras over and over again spamming the Lapras 160 damage attack 190 w/ a Choice Band against EX's and GX's

    Credit to User: Noteman32
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 4 Talonflame STS 96
    * 4 Cyndaquil BKT 18
    * 3 Quilava BKT 19
    * 4 Typhlosion BKT 20

    ##Trainer Cards - 18

    * 4 Skyla BKT 148
    * 2 Guzma BUS 115
    * 4 Rare Candy UL 82
    * 2 Energy Recycler GRI 123
    * 2 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113

    ##Energy - 27

    * 27 Fire Energy XY Energy 4

    Credit to user: Memory

    The goal is simple, set up Typhlosion, and hit ludicrous numbers with Flare Destroy.
    ##Pokémon - 18

    * 3 Greninja BREAK BKP 41
    * 4 Froakie BKP 38
    * 4 Frogadier BKP 39
    * 4 Greninja BKP 40
    * 2 Staryu BKP 25
    * 1 Starmie EVO 31

    ##Trainer Cards - 32

    * 3 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 3 Timer Ball SUM 134
    * 2 Lillie SUM 122
    * 4 N DEX 96
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 Evosoda XY 116
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 3 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 2 Max Potion BKP 103

    ##Energy - 10

    * 7 Water Energy XYEnergy 9
    * 3 Splash Energy BKP 113

    Set up Greninjas', Giant Water Shuriken, bench damage, easy kos'... etc

    Credit to user: Memory
    Competitive Deck Rating (CDR): 7/10 consistency, 9/10 price (average at $46.05), 7/10 effectiveness (a few tricky matchups, mainly Grass types and Metagross GX), and 6/10 win percentage. Average: 72.5% (or 7/10).

    Pokémon*18

    Psyduck*4 SUM $0.10
    Golduck*4 SUM $0.15
    Staryu*2 BKP $0.15
    Starmie*2 EVO $0.20
    Remoraid*2 BKT (whichever one, but I prefer the Ion Pool version) $0.25
    Octillery*2 BKT $5.00 (deck exclusive version)
    Machop*1 GRI (I prefer the 70 HP version) $0.10
    Machoke*1 GRI $0.15

    Trainer*31

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Mallow*3 GRI $0.15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Evosoda*3 XY $0.45
    Rescue Stretcher*3 GRI $0.25
    Energy Retrieval*1 SUM $0.10
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75
    Brooklet Hill*3 GRI $0.20
    Energy*10

    Water Energy*7 SUM $0.10
    Splash Energy*3 BKP $0.30


    Total # of cards: 59
    Total price (using TCGPlayer.com on 11/1/2017): $46.05
    I left one slot in the list for people to add in a card they prefer or would like to fill in. If you don't know what the cards do, Golduck for 1 [W] energy uses the attack Double Jet which says discard up to two [W] from your hand, this attack deals 60 damage for each [W] discarded. Starmie uses Space Beacon (an ability) to discard a card from your hand, if you do, place two basic energy from your discard pile into your hand (except for cards you discarded with Space Beacon that turn). The overall point of the deck is to streamline Golducks dealing 120 per turn (while retrieving energy with Starmie) until you win. All the other cards are support (like Octillery).


    Credit to user- FrostBiter12
    (prices are per individual card, not the combined duplicates' price, provided by TCGPlayer.com)

    Pokémon*15

    Tapu Bulu GX*3 PR $4.60 (full art is only $0.35 more if you want it!)
    Grubbin*3 SUM $0.15
    Charjabug*1 SUM $0.15
    Vikavolt*3 SUM .40 (the promo {not the League Stamp promo} is only $0.80)
    Mew*1 FCO .65
    Remoraid*2 BKT (I prefer the Ion Pool version) $0.25
    Octillery*2 BKT $5.00
    Trainer*33

    Professor Sycamore*3 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Skyla*3 BCR $0.25
    Pokémon Fan Club*2 FCO $0.15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Heavy Ball*1 NXD $0.25
    Rare Candy*3 PRC $0.40
    Field Blower*3 GRI $0.25
    Energy Recycler*1 GRI $0.15
    Super Rod*1 BKT $0.40
    Choice Band*2 GRI $0.80
    Fighting Fury Belt*1 BKP .85
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75
    Energy*12

    Grass Energy*7 SUM $0.10
    Lighting Energy*5 SUM $0.10
    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $66.10

    There isn't too many personally cards in this list except the extra Skyla (helps draw that one crucial card needed to keep up the Tapu Bulu GXs) and higher count of Octillery (helps against late game Ns and draw support throughout the game). I'd like to find room for a seconded Fighting Fury Belt, but I think this list is consistent enough for the moment.


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    (prices are per individual card, not the combined duplicates' price, provided by TCGPlayer.com)

    Pokémon*14

    Pikachu*4 GEN $0.15
    Raichu GX*3 SHL $3.85
    Raikou*3 SHL $0.55
    Oranguru*2 SUM $2.45
    Mewtwo*1 EVO $0.25
    Tapu Koko GX*1 GRI .70
    Trainer*34

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Pokémon Fan Club*2 FCO $0.15
    Acerola*2 BUS $0.40
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Max Elixir*4 BKP $7.00
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Super Rod*1 BKT $0.40
    Rescue Stretcher*1 GRI $0.25
    Choice Band*3 GRI $0.80
    Exp. Share*3 SUM $0.10
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75

    Energy*12

    Lightning Energy*12 SUM $0.10
    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $82.80

    Some of my personal cards would be Mewtwo (helps with fighting types that hit for weakness on Raichu GX), Tapu Koko GX (helps if Raichu GX is damaged in the active position by its own attack or the opponent and it doesn't have weakness), and Acerola (helps pick up Raichu GX if damaged or Tapu Koko GX).


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    (prices are per individual card, not the combined duplicates' price, provided by TCGPlayer.com)

    ##Pokémon - 9

    * 1 Drampa-GX GRI 115 $2.60
    * 4 Riolu FCO 45 $0.15
    * 4 Lucario FCO 63 $0.40

    ##Trainer Cards - 39

    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107 .35
    * 4 N DEX 96 $4.10
    * 4 Guzma BUS 115 .35
    * 4 Hala GRI 126 $0.10
    * 2 Skyla BCR 134 $0.30
    * 4 Captivating Poké Puff STS 99 $0.15
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113 $0.30
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125 $0.25
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149 $0.40
    * 3 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130 $0.25
    * 1 Enhanced Hammer GRI 124 $0.15
    * 2 Reverse Valley BKP 110 $0.20
    * 4 Choice Band GRI 121 $0.80

    ##Energy - 12

    * 9 Metal Energy Energy 8 $0.10
    * 3 Counter Energy CIN 100 $0.30

    Total Cards - 60

    the purpose of this deck is to use lucarios fight alone attack to deal large amounts of damage based on the amount of your opponents benched pokemon

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 4 Aerodactyl FCO 76 $0.30
    * 4 Talonflame STS 96 .75
    * 1 Shuckle FCO 1 $0.10
    * 3 Omanyte FCO 170 $0.10
    * 3 Omastar FCO 18 $0.20

    ##Trainer Cards - 36

    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107 .35
    * 4 N DEX 96 $4.10
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115 .35
    * 2 Skyla BCR 134 $0.30
    * 4 Old Amber Aerodactyl FCO 106 $0.15
    * 4 Helix Fossil Omanyte FCO 102 $0.10
    * 4 Fossil Excavation Kit FCO 101 $0.15
    * 4 Crushing Hammer GEN 60 $0.20
    * 2 Enhanced Hammer GRI 124 $0.15
    * 2 Super Rod BKT 149 $0.40
    * 2 Special Charge STS 105 $0.20
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121 $0.80

    ##Energy - 8

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy PHF 111 $0.50
    * 4 Water Energy Energy 3 $0.10

    Total Cards - 60

    Total Price: $43.55

    the purpose of this deck is to use Omastar to get out lots of Aerodactyl and than just use its 2nd attack for 120 damage to eventually win

    Credit to user- Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 8

    * 4 Eevee SUM 101 $0.30
    * 4 Sylveon-GX GRI 92 $2.75

    ##Trainer Cards - 42

    * 4 N PR-BLW BW100 $4.10
    * 2 Guzma BUS 115 .35
    * 4 Delinquent BKP 98 $0.20
    * 4 Team Flare Grunt XY 129 .15
    * 4 Team Rocket's Handiwork FCO 112 $0.20
    * 2 Team Skull Grunt SUM 133 $0.20
    * 4 Crushing Hammer GEN 60 $0.20
    * 4 Red Card GEN 71 $0.20
    * 3 Nest Ball SUM 123 $0.20
    * 2 Parallel City BKT 145 $0.65
    * 2 Mount Lanakila BUS 118 $0.10
    * 3 Acerola BUS 112 $0.45
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149 $0.40
    * 1 Brigette BKT 134 $5.50
    * 2 Peeking Red Card CIN 97 $0.20

    ##Energy - 10

    * 6 Fairy Energy Energy 9 $0.10
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy XY 130 $0.50

    Total Cards - 60
    Total price: $51.85

    Total Cards - 60
    the purpose of this deck is to remove all you opponents cards from play than sweep with Sylveon GX

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 4

    * 4 Guzzlord-GX CIN 63

    ##Trainer Cards - 15

    * 4 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Random Receiver FCO 109
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 4 Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99

    ##Energy - 41

    * 41 Darkness Energy Energy 7

    Total Cards - 60
    Credit to user: Pikachuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 19

    * 4 Alolan Exeggutor-GX CIN 74
    * 4 Bulbasaur SLG 1
    * 1 Ivysaur SLG 2
    * 3 Venusaur SLG 3
    * 4 Exeggcute CIN 4
    * 1 Shining Genesect SLG 9
    * 2 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 31

    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 2 Skyla BCR 134
    * 1 Brigette BKT 134
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 4 Ultra Ball SLG 68
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 2 Random Receiver FCO 109
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 1 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 1 Professor's Letter XY 123
    * 1 Energy Recycler GRI 123

    ##Energy - 10

    * 10 Grass Energy Energy 1

    Total Cards - 60

    the strategy is to use Alolan Executor to snipe for double damage with venasaur

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokemon- 19

    * 3 Magnemite BKT 51
    * 1 Magneton BKT 53
    * 3 Magnezone BKT 54
    * 1 Pikachu-EX PR-XY XY84
    * 2 Raikou BKT 55
    * 1 Raikou SLG 32
    * 1 Xurkitree-GX PR-SM SM68
    * 3 Mew FCO 29
    * 1 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 1 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards - 30

    * 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 2 Energy Recycler GRI 123
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 1 Energy Retrieval SUM 116
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 1 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 3 Aether Paradise Conservation Area GRI 116

    ##Energy - 11

    * 11 Lightning Energy Energy 4

    Total Cards - 60
    The strategy is to rush a Magnazone, than attack with mew, copying different attacks

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 19

    * 4 Beldum GRI 83
    * 2 Metang GRI 84
    * 4 Metagross-GX GRI 85
    * 1 Kartana-GX CIN 70
    * 1 Magearna-EX STS 75
    * 1 Mimikyu GRI 58
    * 2 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards - 30

    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 1 Skyla BKT 148
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 4 Max Potion GRI 128
    * 3 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 1 Weakness Policy BUS 126

    ##Energy - 11

    * 9 Metal Energy Energy 8
    * 2 Psychic Energy Energy 5

    Total Cards - 60

    The strategy is to get out Meatagross GX out fast, than max potion any damage away

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 14

    * 4 Alolan Diglett SUM 86
    * 4 Alolan Dugtrio SUM 87
    * 3 Celesteela-GX PR-SM SM67
    * 2 Registeel CIN 68
    * 1 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 34

    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N DEX 96
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 3 Ultra Ball PLB 90
    * 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 4 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 3 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 2 Skyla BCR 134
    * 3 Mount Lanakila BUS 118
    * 3 Max Elixir BKP 102

    ##Energy - 12

    * 8 Metal Energy Energy 8
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy SLG 69

    Total Cards - 60

    The strategy is to up your opponents retreat cost with Alolan Dugtrio, use Celesteelas first attack to hit for high damage, and Field Blower away float stones

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 2 Oranguru SUM 113
    * 4 Klefki STS 80
    * 1 Oranguru CIN 48
    * 4 Pumpkaboo CIN 44
    * 4 Gourgeist CIN 45

    ##Trainer Cards - 38

    * 3 Professor Sycamore XY 122
    * 4 N NVI 92
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 1 Special Charge STS 105
    * 4 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 4 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 3 Bodybuilding Dumbbells BUS 113
    * 3 Wishful Baton BUS 128
    * 2 Random Receiver DEX 99
    * 2 Po Town BUS 121
    * 1 Poison Barb SUM 124

    ##Energy - 7

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy FCO 114
    * 3 Psychic Energy Energy 5

    Total Cards - 60

    The strategy is to use Gourgiests 2nd attack to take KOs, while recycling tools with Oranguru and Kleifiki

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 20

    * 3 Rowlet SUM 9
    * 1 Dartrix SUM 10
    * 3 Decidueye-GX SUM 12
    * 2 Tapu Koko PR-SM SM30
    * 4 Gastly CIN 36
    * 2 Haunter CIN 37
    * 3 Gengar GEN 35
    * 1 Gengar CIN 38
    * 1 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 29

    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 2 Skyla BKT 148
    * 2 Guzma BUS 115
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 2 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 3 Field Blower GRI 125

    ##Energy - 11

    * 4 Psychic Energy Energy 5
    * 3 Rainbow Energy SUM 137
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy SLG 69

    Total Cards - 60

    The strategy is to use creep show in conjunction with Decudeye to score one hit KOs all around the board.

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 8

    * 3 Victini GRI 10
    * 4 Mew EVO 53
    * 1 Mewtwo-GX SLG 39

    ##Trainer Cards - 42

    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 4 Shauna FCO 111
    * 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 3 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Team Flare Grunt GEN 73
    * 4 Plumeria BUS 120
    * 4 Team Rocket's Handiwork FCO 112
    * 4 Crushing Hammer GEN 60
    * 3 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 2 Enhanced Hammer GRI 124
    * 2 Team Skull Grunt SUM 133
    * 2 Delinquent BKP 98
    * 2 Parallel City BKT 145
    * 1 Sea of Nothingness CIN 99

    ##Energy - 10

    * 10 Psychic Energy Energy 5

    Total Cards - 60

    The strategy is to stall you opponent out with mew and win with small chip damage

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 20

    * 4 Beedrill-EX PR-XY XY157
    * 3 M Beedrill-EX PR-XY XY158
    * 3 Bulbasaur SLG 1
    * 1 Ivysaur SLG 2
    * 3 Venusaur SLG 3
    * 2 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21
    * 2 Staryu BKP 25
    * 2 Starmie EVO 31

    ##Trainer Cards - 30

    * 4 Ultra Ball FLF 99
    * 3 Sea of Nothingness CIN 99
    * 4 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 2 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Guzma BUS 115
    * 3 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 1 Float Stone BKT 137

    ##Energy - 10

    * 10 Grass Energy Energy 1

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 9

    * 1 Drampa GRI 97
    * 2 Raikou BKT 55
    * 2 Raikou SLG 32
    * 4 Tapu Koko-GX GRI 47

    ##Trainer Cards - 40

    * 4 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 4 Max Elixir BKP 102
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Super Scoop Up SLG 66
    * 4 Acerola BUS 112
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 2 Max Potion GRI 128
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 4 Aether Paradise Conservation Area GRI 116
    * 3 Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 1 Professor Kukui SUM 128

    ##Energy - 11

    * 11 Lightning Energy Energy 4

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    Pokémon*13

    Buzzwole GX*2 CRI $7.35
    Trubbish*4 BKP $0.40
    Garbodor*2 BKP $4.40
    Garbodor*2 GRI $0.60
    Oranguru*1 SUM $2.45
    Shining Jirachi*1 SHL $6.85
    Tapu Fini GX*1 BUS $2.00

    Trainer*36

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Acerola*3 BUS $0.40
    Pokémon Fan Club*2 FCO $0.15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Rescue Stretcher*1 GRI $0.25
    Special Charge*2 STS $0.20
    Choice Band*4 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*4 BKT $2.75
    Po Town*4 BUS $0.20
    Energy*11

    Rainbow Energy*4 BKT $0.25
    Fighting Energy*3 SUM $0.10
    Strong Energy*4 FFI $0.70
    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $81.30

    Hey everybody, here is my Buzzwole GX/Garbodor list. If you don't already know, Buzzwole Gx is a 190 HP, basic GX that has an attack called Jet Punch which deals 30 damage to the active and 30 damage to one of your opponent's benched Pokémon (great for setting up K.O.s for later on) for one Fighting Energy. Also, the second attack can hit for high numbers at 160 damage which says this Pokémon can't attack next turn for three Fighting Energy (along with it's GX attack, which deals 40 damage times the amount of your remaining Prize cards). Combined with the disruption of Garbodor, Buzzwole GX can easily pound away at your opponent's Pokémon with chip damage until you sweep the board late game.


    Some of my personal cards would be Shining Jirachi (instead of Espeon EX {which if you have I advise you use it instead}, Shining Jirachi can deal damage to add some extra damage and devolve your opponent's active Pokémon all the way to the basic, even through the Stage 1), Tapu Fini GX (helps incase your opponent charges up before you can by shuffling the charged active into the deck through Tapu Storm GX), and Acerola (helps pick up a damaged active or can be used in combination with Rainbow Energy to pick up any one of your Pokemon).

    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    (prices are per individual card, not the combined duplicates' price, provided by TCGPlayer.com)

    Pokémon*16

    Feebas*4 CRI $0.10
    Milotic*4 CRI $0.35
    Tapu Koko*3 PR $5.20
    Remoraid*2 BKT (I prefer the Ion Pool version) $0.25
    Octillery*2 BKT (deck exclusive) $5.00
    Tapu Fini GX*1 BUS $2.00
    Trainer*33

    Professor Sycamore*3 BKP .35
    N*4 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Pokémon Fan Club*2 FCO $0.15
    Team Flare Grunt*3 XY .15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Rescue Stretcher*1 GRI $0.25
    Field Blower*1 GRI $0.25
    Crushing Hammer*4 SUM $0.20
    Enhanced Hammer*2 GRI $0.15
    Special Charge*2 STS $0.20
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75
    Parallel City*2 BKT $0.65
    Energy*11

    Splash Energy*2 BKP $0.30
    Water Energy*5 SUM $0.10
    Double Colorless Energy*4 SHL $0.25
    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $70.05

    Hello everyone, here is my Milotic/Tapu Koko list. If you don't already know, Milotic is a 120 HP stage 1 that has an attack which says "Shuffle 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokemon that has any damage counters on it and all cards attached to it into their deck" for one [W] energy. Combined with Tapu Koko's Flying Flip, you can shuffle any of your opponents Pokémon that you feel is a threat before they strike.

    Some of my personal cards would be Team Flare Grunt (helps remove energy from the active while attacking the bench with Milotic), Parallel City (removes more Pokémon from your opponent's bench in addition to Milotic), and Tapu Fini GX (just incase the active becomes to strong, you can shuffle them away too).


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    ##Pokémon - 9

    * 4 Durant BKP 9
    * 1 Pheromosa-GX PR-SM SM66
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards - 43

    * 2 Damage Mover SLG 58
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 4 Team Flare Grunt XY 129
    * 4 Team Rocket's Handiwork FCO 112
    * 3 Team Skull Grunt SUM 133
    * 4 Plumeria BUS 120
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 1 Special Charge STS 105
    * 4 Crushing Hammer SUM 115
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 3 Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99
    * 2 Peeking Red Card CIN 97
    * 3 Aether Paradise Conservation Area GRI 116

    ##Energy - 8

    * 4 Grass Energy Energy 1
    * 4 Rainbow Energy SUM 137

    Total Cards - 60
    Pokémon*15

    Crabrawler*4 BUS $0.15
    Crabominable*4 BUS $0.15
    Regirock EX*3 FCO $2.50
    Remoraid*2 BKT (I prefer the Ion Pool version) $0.25
    Octillery*2 BKT (deck exclusive) $5.00
    Trainer*37

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*4 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Professor Kukui*3 SUM $0.20
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Evosoda*3 XY $0.45
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Rescue Stretcher*3 GRI $0.25
    Special Charge*1 STS $0.20
    Choice Band*4 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*3 BKT $2.75
    Brooklet Hill*3 GRI $0.20
    Energy*8

    Strong Energy*4 FFI $0.70
    Fighting Energy*4 SUM $0.10
    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $63.90

    If you don't already know, Crabominable is a 140 HP stage 1 that has an attack which deals 80 damage and says "this Pokemon does 10 damage to itself for each damage counter on it" (unfortunate set back) for one Fighting Energy. Combined with Choice Band, Strong Energy, and other ways to increase damage output, this Pokémon takes advantage of the small energy requirement and big hits.

    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    Pokemon-20

    4-Marshadow GX
    2-Glaceon EX
    1-Jolteon EX
    1-Espeon EX
    2-Zorua
    2-Zoroark GX
    1-Shining mew(optional)
    1-Shining jirachi(again, optional)
    1-spinda SUM
    1-Clefairy (metronome stuff)
    1-Drampa GX
    1-Koko promo
    1-Magneara EX
    1- Necrozma GX

    Trainers-24
    4-Sycamore
    4-N
    4-Ultra ball
    2-pokemon fan club
    3-Nest ball
    3-Guzma
    3-FFB
    1-Rescue Strecher


    Energy-12
    4-Rainbow energy
    4-DCE
    4-Strong energy

    total cards= 56

    You has 4 extra slots to do whatever you want. This deck has absolutely ZERO playtesting because I just made it so yeah have fun. The idea is to discrd stuff with zoroark gx and stall the opponent with marshadow, or just deny them with copying jolteon/glaceon's attacks

    Credit to user: The Last Shaymin
    Pokémon*13

    Registeel*3 CRI $0.25
    Regirock*3 CRI $0.20
    Regice*2 CRI $0.40
    Regigigas*3 CRI $0.35
    Oranguru*2 SUM $2.45
    Trainer*34

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Nest Ball*3 SUM $0.30
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Rescue Stretcher*2 GRI $0.25
    Max Elixir*3 BKP $7.00
    Fighting Fury Belt*3 BKP .90
    Choice Band*2 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75
    Po Town*2 BUS $0.20
    Energy*13

    Steel Energy*7 SUM $0.10
    Counter Energy*3 CRI $0.25
    Double Colorless Energy*3 SHL $0.25
    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $69.15
    If you don't already know, Regibox is a four card combo between Regigigas, Regirock, Registeel, and Regice (all from CRI). The main idea is to charge up Regigigas with Registeel (through Turbo Arm, an attack that deals 30 damage and lets you attach a basic energy from your discard pile to one of your benched Pokémon for one [M] energy). Regirock increases Registeel's damage output (through the ability Rock Peak Growl which says each of your Registeel deal 10 more damage to your opponent's active Pokémon). Regice is purely to fulfill Regigigas's ability (which is that Regigigas can't attack if Registeel, Regice, and Regirock aren't on your bench) though it does have other uses. Combine them all together and you get Regibox!
    Some of my personal cards would be Po Town (makes it easier to K.O. your opponent's high HP Pokémon that are evolutions), Counter Energy (if you need to attack with the other Regis), and Nest Ball (all of the Pokémon in here are basics, so I might as well). If you don't like Po Town, Brooklet Hill is an alternative option (helps search out Regirock and Regice).


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    Pokémon*12

    Regigigas*4 CRI $0.35
    Alolan Grimer*3 SUM $0.10
    Alolan Muk*3 SUM $0.75
    Turtonator GX*2 GRI $2.80
    Trainer*37

    Professor Sycamore*3 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Kiawe*4 BUS $0.30
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Nest Ball*1 SUM $0.30
    Random Receiver*3 FCO $0.15
    Max Elixir*3 BKP $7.00
    Rescue Stretcher*1 GRI $0.25
    Fighting Fury Belt*3 BKP .90
    Choice Band*2 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*2 BKT$2.75
    Scorched Earth*3 FCO $0.20
    Po Town*2 BUS $0.20
    Energy*12

    Fire Energy*11 SUM $0.10
    Total # of Cards: 60
    Total price: $69.05

    If you don't know already, Regigigas is a basic with 180 HP (new record!) that can deal 160 damage for five [C] energy (a hefty cost, but there is a solution). One draw back is Regigigas's ability, which says it can't attack if Regirock, Registeel, and Regice aren't on your bench. Alolan Muk solves this problem with an ability which says each basic Pokémon in play (including your opponent's) has no abilities. Combined with Kiawe (which allows you to search your deck for four [F] energy and attach them to one of your Pokémon) and Turtonator GX (to help with attaching energy with the GX attack or attacking with Bright Flame/Shell Trap), Regigigas can take out GX and EXs easily.

    Some of my personal cards would be Nest Ball (most Pokémon in this deck are basic anyways), Po Town (helps hit the high numbers on evolutions), Random Receiver (gives more chance of finding Kiawe or any other supporter), and Scorched Earth (to help with draw support without abilities).


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    ##Pokémon - 18

    * 4 Murkrow GRI 78
    * 4 Honchkrow GRI 79
    * 4 Sneasel BUS 85
    * 4 Weavile BUS 86
    * 2 Tapu Koko PR-SM SM31

    ##Trainer Cards - 32

    * 4 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 3 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 2 Skyla BCR 134
    * 2 Professor's Letter XY 123
    * 2 Evosoda XY 116
    * 1 Town Map BCR 136
    * 2 Po Town BUS 121
    * 1 Field Blower GRI 125

    ##Energy - 10

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy PHF 111
    * 6 Darkness Energy Energy 7

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    Pokémon-22

    4-2-4 Aggron (CRI)
    4 Guzzlord GX (CRI)
    2 Nilhilego GX (CRI)
    2-2 Zoroark GX (SHL)
    ---------------------------
    Trainers-30
    4 Sycamore
    4 N
    1 Bridgette
    2 Acerola
    2 Mallow
    3 Heavy Ball
    2 Guzma
    2 Float Stone
    2 Field Blower
    1 Rescue Stretcher
    1 Professor's Letter
    4 Damage Mover
    2 Choice Band
    -----------------------
    Energy-13
    6 Metal Energy
    4 DCE

    Credit to user: Corgimaster
    ##Pokémon - 23

    * 3 Guzzlord-GX CIN 63
    * 2 Sneasel BUS 85
    * 2 Weavile BUS 86
    * 2 Zorua SLG 52
    * 2 Zoroark-GX SLG 53
    * 4 Aron CIN 65
    * 2 Lairon CIN 66
    * 4 Aggron CIN 67
    * 1 Nihilego-GX CIN 49
    * 1 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 27

    * 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 1 Brigette BKT 134
    * 1 Mallow GRI 127
    * 4 Damage Mover SLG 58
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 2 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 1 Professor's Letter XY 123
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121

    ##Energy - 10

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy SUM 136
    * 6 Metal Energy Energy 8

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 16

    * 2 Zorua SLG 52
    * 2 Zoroark-GX SLG 53
    * 4 Axew BKT 108
    * 2 Fraxure BKT 110
    * 4 Haxorus BKT 111
    * 2 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 34

    * 4 Max Potion GRI 128
    * 4 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 3 Rare Candy SUM 129
    * 3 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N PR-BLW BW100
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 3 Heavy Boots BKT 141
    * 1 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 3 Devoured Field CIN 93
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 2 Mallow GRI 127
    * 1 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 1 Special Charge STS 105

    ##Energy - 10

    * 3 Metal Energy Energy 8
    * 3 Fighting Energy Energy 6
    * 4 Counter Energy CIN 100

    Total Cards - 60

    The purpose of this deck is to use dragon dance on haxorous to bost its damage, than hit for boosted damage, while tanking with max potion

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 1 Buzzwole-GX CIN 57
    * 4 Regirock-EX FCO 43
    * 4 Rockruff GRI 73
    * 3 Lycanroc BUS 75
    * 1 Lycanroc-GX GRI 74
    * 2 Lycanroc-GX PR-SM SM14

    ##Trainer Cards - 32

    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 4 Max Elixir BKP 102
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N NVI 92
    * 1 Crushing Hammer KSS 34
    * 2 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 1 Special Charge STS 105
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 2 Brooklet Hill GRI 120
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125

    ##Energy - 13

    * 9 Fighting Energy Energy 6
    * 4 Strong Energy FCO 115

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 16

    * 2 Drampa-GX GRI 142
    * 1 Oranguru SUM 113
    * 1 Yveltal STS 65
    * 1 Zoroark BREAK BKT 92
    * 4 Zorua SLG 52
    * 3 Zoroark BKT 91
    * 2 Zoroark-GX SLG 53
    * 1 Marshadow SLG 45
    * 1 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 30

    * 2 Po Town BUS 121
    * 4 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 2 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N NVI 92
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134
    * 1 Professor's Letter BKT 146
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 2 Skyla BKT 148
    * 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 2 Max Elixir BKP 102

    ##Energy - 14

    * 10 Darkness Energy Energy 7
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy SLG 69

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 2 Shining Celebi PR-SM SM79
    * 1 Tapu Koko PR-SM SM30
    * 3 Mewtwo-EX BKT 158
    * 3 M Mewtwo-EX BKT 64
    * 3 Trubbish BKP 56
    * 1 Garbodor GRI 51
    * 2 Garbodor BKP 57
    * 1 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21

    ##Trainer Cards - 28

    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 4 N FCO 105
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Skyla BKT 148
    * 1 Pokémon Fan Club FCO 107
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 1 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 3 Mewtwo Spirit Link BKT 144
    * 2 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 4 Max Elixir BKP 102

    ##Energy - 17

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy EVO 90
    * 11 Psychic Energy Energy 5
    * 1 Counter Energy CIN 100

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    Pokémon*14

    Noibat*2 BUS $0.10
    Noibat*2 BKT $0.15
    Noivern GX*3 BUS .65
    Trubbish*3 BKP $0.40
    Garbodor*2 BKP $4.40
    Garbodor*1 GRI $0.60
    Oranguru*1 SUM $2.45
    Trainer*36

    Professor Sycamore*3 BKP .35
    N*4 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Pokémon Fan Club*2 FCO $0.15
    Team Flare Grunt*3 GEN .15
    Ultra Ball*4 SUM $0.25
    Crushing Hammer*4 SUM $0.20
    Enhanced Hammer*2 GRI $0.15
    Super Rod*1 BKT $0.40
    Field Blower*1 GRI $0.25
    Red Card*2 GEN $0.20
    Choice Band*2 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*4 BKT $2.75
    Parallel City*1 BKT $0.65
    Energy*10

    Darkness Energy*6 SUM $0.10
    Psychic Energy*4 SUM $0.10

    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $64.15

    If you don't already know, Noivern GX/Garbodor is a 200 HP stage 1 who has an attack which deals 50 damage and says "Your opponent can't play any Item cards from their hand during their next turn" for a [D] and [C] energy. Its next attack deals 120 damage and says "Your opponent can't play any Special Energy cards from their hand during their next turn" for a [D], [P], and a [C] energy. Its last attack (which is its GX attack) deals 50 damage to each of your opponent's Pokémon. All of these attacks combined with Garbodor makes for a formidable disruption deck.

    Some of my personal cards would be Team Flare Grunt (adds more disruption to your opponent), Red Card (adds even more disruption for your opponent), and Parallel City (adds an unbearable amount of disruption for your opponent
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 2 Buzzwole-GX CIN 57
    * 2 Carbink BREAK FCO 51
    * 2 Carbink FCO 49
    * 1 Carbink FCO 50
    * 3 Zygarde-EX PR-XY XY151
    * 1 Marshadow SLG 45
    * 2 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33
    * 3 Regirock-EX FCO 43

    ##Trainer Cards - 30

    * 2 Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99
    * 2 Brooklet Hill GRI 120
    * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 1 Super Rod BKT 149
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 3 Ultra Ball SUM 135
    * 1 Brigette BKT 134
    * 2 Random Receiver FCO 109
    * 4 Max Elixir BKP 102
    * 2 Power Memory FCO 108
    * 2 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 4 N NVI 92
    * 1 Pokémon Fan Club GEN 69

    ##Energy - 13

    * 4 Strong Energy FCO 115
    * 9 Fighting Energy Energy 6

    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Pikachuuuu101
    ##Pokémon - 15

    * 3 Alolan Rattata SUM 76
    * 3 Alolan Raticate BUS 82
    * 3 Hoopa SLG 55
    * 1 Mr. Mime BKT 97
    * 1 Remoraid BKT 32
    * 1 Remoraid BKT 31
    * 2 Octillery BKT 33

    ##Trainer Cards - 34

    * 1 Acerola BUS 112
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 4 N NVI 92
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 3 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 3 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 1 Special Charge STS 105
    * 3 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 2 Enhanced Hammer GRI 124
    * 2 Reverse Valley BKP 110
    * 4 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 3 Float Stone BKT 137
    * 1 Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99

    ##Energy - 11

    * 4 Double Colorless Energy FCO 114
    * 7 Darkness Energy Energy 7
    Total Cards - 60

    Credit to user: Musthagon
    Competitive Deck Rating (CDR):5/10 consistency, 9/10 price (average at $42.50), effectiveness 6/10 (hits high numbers if set up is executed well), and 5/10 win percentage. Average: 62.5% (or 6/10).

    Pokémon*18

    Fenniken*4 FCO (I prefer the 60 HP version) $0.10
    Braxien*2 FCO $0.15
    Delphox*3 FCO $0.50
    Delphox*1 XY $0.90
    Delphox Break*3 FCO $0.95
    Talonflame*4 STS .30
    Alolan Vulpix*1 GRI $0.25
    Trainer*30

    Professor Sycamore*3 BKP .35
    N*2 DEX $4.10
    Lysandre*1 AOR $0.35
    Blacksmith*2 FLF $0.85
    Teammates*1 PRC $0.15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    VS Seeker*4 PHF .30
    Rare Candy*4 PRC $0.40
    Super Rod*2 BKT $0.40
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Choice Band*2 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*1 BKT $2.75
    Scorched Earth*2 PRC $0.20

    Energy*12

    Fire Energy*8 SUM $0.10
    Double Colorless Energy*4 SHL $0.50

    Total # of Cards: 60
    Total Price: $42.50

    If you don't know already, Delphox from FCO deals 20 damage times the amount of energy attached to all (including your opponents) Pokémon in play. Delphox Break increases Delphox's HP to 180 and has the ability Flare Witch that allows you to search your deck once during your turn for a [F] energy attach it to one of your Pokémon. Combined with other ways to search for other cards and energy acceleration such as Talonflame, Blacksmith, Delphox XY (has an ability that allows you to once during your turn to draw cards until you have 6 cards in hand), etc., I think this deck has some competitive potential.

    Some personal cards are the Alolan Vulpix (in case you don't start with Talonflame), Teammates (helps when you need a card to use that turn instead of after Talonflame's Aero Blitz attack), and Super Rod (helps shuffle Energy for Flare Witch and Pokémon to set up again).


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    Pokémon*19

    Ralts*4 BUS $0.15
    Kirlia*3 BUS $0.15
    Gardevoir GX*3 BUS $9.50
    Gallade*1 BKT $2.80
    Eevee*2 SUM $0.30
    Sylveon GX*2 GRI $2.75
    Remoraid*2 BKT (I prefer the Ion Pool version) $0.25
    Octillery*2 BKT (deck exclusive version) $5.00
    Trainer*29

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Pokémon Fan Club*2 FCO (preferably Brigette from BKT if you have one) $0.15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Rare Candy*4 PRC $0.40
    Random Receiver*1 FCO $0.20
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Super Rod*1 BKT $0.40
    Choice Band*2 GRI $0.80
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75
    Parallel City*1 BKT $0.60
    Energy*12

    Fairy Energy*8 SUM $0.10
    Double Colorless Energy*4 SHL $0.50

    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $84.90

    A few personal cards would be Random Receiver (helps you draw a supporter that turn) and Sylveon GX (helps draw cards early game for set up). This list is a little less consistent than normal lists, but it works fine and can hold it's own against most current meta decks.


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    Pokémon*12

    Volcanion*2 STS .00 (the league stamped version)
    Volcanion EX*3 STS $4.00
    Turtonator GX*1 GRI $2.55
    Type: Null*2 CRI $7.00
    Silvally GX*2 CRI $8.60 (the promo is $6.60)
    Oranguru*2 SUM $2.45

    Trainer*33

    Professor Sycamore*4 BKP .35
    N*3 DEX $4.10
    Guzma*3 BUS .35
    Lillie*2 SUM $0.15
    Ultra Ball*4 FLF $0.25
    Max Elixir*3 BKP $6.15
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Rescue Stretcher*1 GRI $0.25
    Super Rod*1 BKT $0.40
    Enhanced Hammer*2 GRI $0.15
    Choice Band*3 GRI $0.80
    Psychic Memory*1 CRI$0.20
    Fighting Memory*2 CRI $0.20
    Scorched Earth*3 FCO $0.15
    Energy*14

    Fire Energy*14 SUM $0.10

    Total # of cards: 60
    Total price: $96.45 (using the promo Silvally GX)

    If you don't already know, Silvally GX is a stage 1, 210 HP GX that evolve form Type: Null (a 110 basic). Silvally GX's ability gives each of your Basic Pokémon in play free retreat cost. Its first attack deals 120 damage and says "Attach a basic Energy card from your discard pile to 1 of your Benched Pokémon" for three [C] energy. Its seconded attack (which is its GX attack) deals 50 damage times the amount of your opponents benched Pokémon for three [C]. This acceleration combined the "Fire" power of cards like Volcanion EX and Turtonator GX can quickly overwhelm your opponent.

    Some personal card choices would be Enhanced Hammer (this card can help against matchups like Gardevoir GX and any other Special Energy reliant deck), Psychic Memory (can help Silvally GX OHKO Buzzwole GX), and Fighting Memory (can help Silvally GX OHKO Zoroark GX which is really popular right now.

    This deck is realy expensive right now due to the price of Silvally GX and Type: Null. I think they will go down in price soon, but if they don't, you can remove the Type: Nulls and Silvally GXs and add in more Turtonator GXs, Volcanions (not the EX), and whatever else you like.


    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    Pokemon: 16
    4 Trubbish BKP (Preferably the BKP one, but the GRI works)
    3 Garbodor GRI
    1 Garbodor BKP
    3 Phantump GRI
    3 Trevenant GRI
    2 Trevenant BREAK BKP
    2 Tapu Koko PROMO

    Trainer Cards: 27
    4 Ultra Ball SUM
    4 Professor Sycamore BKT
    4 N FTC
    3 Guzma BUS
    2 Pokemon Fan Club FTC
    1 Special Charge STS
    3 Choice Band GRI
    2 Feild Blower GRI
    2 Float Stone BKT
    1 Rescue Stretcher GRI

    Stadium: 3
    3 Atar Of the Moone GRI

    Energy: 13
    4 Double Colorless Energy SUM
    6 Psychic Energy
    3 Counter Energy

    The basic Idea is to use Trevanant until your opponent has enough items in their discard to swing with Garb. Counter energy allows you to power up Trevenant's second attack as well as the Silent Fear attack in one turn. It is a bit situational, but it can scare your opponent into playing cards they don’t want to play or not playing cards at all.

    Credit to user: SmiteKnight
    Heatmor/Raichu lock

    Pokemon: 16
    • 4 Raichu BUS - $.27
    • 4 Pikachu CRI - $.07
    • 3 Heatmor BUS - $.05
    • 2 Victini GRI - $.20
    • 1 Durant BKP - $.07
    • 1 Jirachi XY67 - .24
    • 1 Xurkitree GX SM68 - 5.18
    Trainers: 37
    • 4 N - .27
    • 2 Professor Sycamore - $.94
    • 2 Skyla - $.20
    • 2 Acerola - $.30
    • 1 Brigette - $5.44
    • 1 Gladion - $.13
    • 1 Lusamine - $.39
    • 1 Team Rocket's Handiwork - $.21
    • 1 Ninja Boy - $.05
    • 4 Puzzle of Time - $.37
    • 4 Devolution Spray - $.07
    • 4 Field Blower - $.24
    • 3 Ultra Ball - $.05
    • 2 Nest Ball - $.18
    • 2 Rescue Stretcher - $.08
    • 2 Counter Catcher - $.29
    • 1 Float Stone - $2.12
    Energy: 6
    • 4 DCE - $.22
    • 2 Rainbow Energy - $.10
    Total price: $39.66
    1 empty space. You can use the extra spot to put in Tapu Lele,(Since this is pretty budgety anyway.) Note: Xurkitree GX is the priciest card in the deck so if you have it, or it can easily be traded for, than this deck is easily feasible. The strategy is to paralyze with Raichu's ability while recycling devolution sprays with Heatmor, supported by Victini. There is also a milling aspect (Team Rocket's Handiwork)once you have the cycle going.

    Credit to user: Professor _jplap
    A quick disclaimer, The title is a reference to the anime when Kiawe is cleaning Turtonator and then Turtonator detonates his spikes or something like that...

    Oh Hello, didn't realize I typed that disclaimer... ok let's get to it!

    Hello Pokebeachers! Today I present you with an odd deck, but very powerful if used in the right way! All credit has to go to two people that I will tell you of right now.

    Credit to YouTube User: TiuSam
    This fellow spanish Poketuber gave me the skeleton idea of this deck, you can find the video on YouTube by just searching something within the realms of Turtonator GX Golisopod GX Deck, and he should be the third or so result.
    Credit to Pokebeach user: @FrostBiter12
    When it comes to decks and being a good friend, FrostBiter12 gets the job done right. Me and him went through numerous trial and error (actually not much) to get this deck to maximum, simplistic perfection! He is my cohort, and No.1 Advisor/Deck Builder for most of my wacky ideas!
    Here's the list!


    ****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ******

    ##Pokémon - 12

    * 3 Turtonator-GX GRI 131 $2.55
    * 4 Wimpod BUS 16 $0.20
    * 3 Golisopod-GX BUS 17 $6.95*2 Tapu Koko PR $3.90

    ##Trainer Cards - 39

    * 4 Acerola BUS 112 $0.40
    * 2 Brigette BKT 134 $7.00
    * 3 Choice Band GRI 121 $0.80
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125 $.25
    * 2 Enhanced Hammer GRI 124 $.20
    * 3 Float Stone BKT 137 $2.75
    * 4 Guzma BUS 115 .35
    * 4 Heavy Ball BKT 140 $0.20
    * 4 N FCO 105 $4.00
    * 4 Professor Sycamore BKP 107 .35
    * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130 $0.25
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113 $0.25
    * 2 Special Charge STS 105 $0.20

    ##Energy - 9

    * 5 Grass Energy 1 $0.10
    * 4 Double Colorless Energy SUM 136 $0.50

    Total Cards - 60
    Total Price - $96.00


    Credit to User(s): AFEX & FrostBiter12
    Credit also goes to TiuSam: a brazillian YouTuber who gave me the skeleton idea for this deck.
    ##Pokémon - 13

    * 1 Oranguru SUM 113
    * 4 Alolan Rattata SUM 76
    * 4 Alolan Raticate BUS 82
    * 2 Trubbish BKP 56
    * 2 Garbodor BKP 57

    ##Trainer Cards - 47

    * 3 Crushing Hammer EPO 92
    * 3 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
    * 4 N DEX 96
    * 1 Acerola BUS 112
    * 1 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
    * 2 Team Flare Grunt XY 129
    * 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
    * 4 Bodybuilding Dumbbells BUS 113
    * 2 Skyla BKT 148
    * 2 Field Blower GRI 125
    * 3 Guzma BUS 115
    * 2 Enhanced Hammer GRI 124
    * 2 Reverse Valley BKP 110
    * 4 Float Stone PLF 99
    * 1 Brigette BKT 161
    * 1 Parallel City BKT 145
    * 4 Choice Band GRI 121
    * 4 Ultra Ball FCO 113
    * 2 Professor Kukui SUM 128

    ##Energy - 0

    Credit to user: Triforce 19
    Pokémon*8

    Eevee*4 SUM $0.30
    Sylveon GX*4 GRI $2.75

    Trainers*40

    N*1 DEX $4.10
    Shauna*2 FCO $0.20
    Team Flare Grunt*4 XY .00
    Team Skull Grunt*3 SUM $0.20
    Team Rockets Handiwork*3 FCO $0.20
    Enhanced Hammer*2 GRI $0.20
    Crushing Hammer*1 SUM $0.20
    Field Blower*2 GRI $0.25
    Puzzle of Time*4 BKP .60
    Lusamine*2 CRI $0.35
    Ultra Ball*2 FLF $0.25
    Float Stone*2 BKT $2.75
    Choice Band*1 GRI $0.80
    Guzma*2 BUS .35
    Parallel City*3 BKT $0.60
    Delinquent*3 BKP $0.20
    Red Card*3 GEN $0.20

    Energy*12

    Fairy Energy*10 SUM $0.10
    Double Colorless Energy*2 SUM $0.50

    Total # of Cards: 60
    Total Price: $46.90

    Credit to user: The Last Shaymin
    Pokémon*14

    Trubbish*4 BKP
    Garbodor*2 GRI
    Garbodor*2 BKP
    Drampa GX*2 GRI
    Eevee*1 SUM
    Espeon GX*1 SUM
    Hoopa*1 STS (spread damage)
    Shining Jirachi*1 SHL (or Espeon EX BKP)

    Trainer*33

    Prof. Sycamore*4 BKP
    N*4 FCO
    Guzma*3 BUS
    Brigette*2 BKT
    Acerola*2 BUS
    Ultra Ball*4 SUM
    Rescue Stretcher*1 GRI
    Field Blower*3 GRI
    Choice Band*4 GRI
    Float Stone*4 BKT
    Po Town*4 BUS

    Energy*13

    Psychic Energy*9 SUM
    Double Colorless Energy*4 SUM

    Total # of Cards: 60

    Credit to user: FrostBiter12
    If you dont know already, Slowking (BUS) is a Psychic-type 120HP Pokemon which has 2 attacks. Its first attack, for one Psychic energy, allows you to search your deck for a card and put it into your hand. Although not really relevant, it can be good for early-game setup (even though your opponent can N it away). The second attack does 110 damage and says, if you have no cards in your hand, ignore all energy in this attack's cost. The goal of this deck is to get all the cards out of your hand using ultra balls and plumerias, then attack for 110 FOR FREE, while piling on more damage with poison barb and free attackers like alolan rattata.

    POKEMON 15

    3× Slowking BUS
    3× Slowpoke BKP (Water type allows a different type weakness and to use opponent's Brooklet hill to your advantage)
    3× alolan rattata SUM
    4× Seviper BUS
    2× marshadow SHL

    TRAINERS 42

    4× Ilima (Cheaper N, can also replace with N)
    4× Lillie/Cynthia/Sycamore (you choose)
    4×ultra ball
    4× plumeria
    4×poison barb
    3×altar of the moone
    1×rescue stretcher
    4×enhanced hammer
    4×crushing hammer
    4×bursting balloon?
    2×field blower

    ENERGY 7

    7 Psychic Basic Energy (For first slowking attack and maybe seviper? Or replace 3 with Trainers of your choice.)

    Credit to user: PokemonTCGLover
    If you don't know already, Luxray (ULTRA PRISM) is a Stage 2 Pokemon. The basic stage pokemon is Shinx, which has an ability that says, if you start second, you may evolve this pokemon on your first turn. After evolving, it becomes Luxio (ULP?), which has a move that does 30 damage for 1 colourless energy and says, your opponent cannot play any Item cards from their hand during their next turn. Luxray itself has an ability that says if it takes 30 less damage from attacks. Its attack , for one colourless energy and 2 lightning energy, says discard all lightning energy from this Pokemon to do 150 damage to one of your opponent's pokemon. Better than that, it has free retreat! The goal of this deck is to always go second (if your opponent chooses, he or she will almost always go first. However if you win the coin flip, choose to go second), in order to set up as many luxios and rare candy luxrays as possible (try for luxio first) Then hit for 30 until you win with item lock. Sometimes luxray can be a late game winner, striking a flying flipped tapu lele gx and KOing it for 2 prizes.

    POKEMON 18

    3× tapu koko flying flip
    4×Shinx ULP
    4× Luxio ULP
    3× Luxray
    2× tapu koko gx
    2×marshadow SHL

    TRAINERS 30

    4× Sycamore/Cynthia/ Shauna
    3×Ilima/N
    2×Rescue Stretcher/Super Rod
    4×ultra ball
    3×rare candy
    4×nest ball
    2×PFC/Brigette
    2×guzma
    3×evosoda
    3×random receiver

    ENERGY 12

    4×DCE
    8×Lightning Basic Energy

    Thank you for reading! This deck has 0 deck-testing due to the lack of japanese-reading skills. Please test it out!(the English set has not been released so japanese cards are the only option...)

    Credit to user: PokemonTCGLover
    Was messing around with stuff I had lying around in the TCG Online (haven't used it in a while) and somehow managed to find a Lele-less formula that worked. So I analyzed it and came up with additions and improvements based on prior knowledge; here is my "Shatter Shotgun" deck:
    Note: Prices from TCGPlayer. Prices are that of all copies together.

    Pokemon (18)

    4 Cosmog SUM ($0.56)
    4 Cosmoem SUM (.36)
    2 Lunala GRI ($0.32)
    2 Lunala GX SUM ($4.94)
    2 Rayquaza GRI ($0.52)
    2 Drampa GRI ($0.50)
    2 Mewtwo EVO ($0.76)

    Trainers (30)
    4 Ultra Ball SUM (.64)
    4 Nest Ball SUM ($0.92)
    4 Choice Band GRI ($3.04)
    2 Energy Retrieval SUM ($0.20)
    2 Field Blower GRI ($0.52)
    2 Evosoda GEN ($2.90)
    2 Rare Candy SUM (.82)
    2 Energy Recycler GRI ($0.20)
    2 N FCO ($7.16)
    2 Shauna FCO ($0.32)
    2 Guzma BUS ($3.92)
    2 Altar of the Moone GRI ($0.26)

    Energy (12)
    8 Psychic ($0.80)
    4 Double Colorless SUM ($2.40)

    Total Cost: $35.06
    Really cheap, but this thing can rip apart GX-reliant decks if played right through sheer, raw power alone.



      • The main goal of this deck is to get a Lunala GRI onto the field with four or more energies, and preferably with a Choice Band in tow, and start ripping things apart with Shatter Shot. If you play the other cards right, you can easily get 200+ damage per turn. If it's about to die, use Wings of the Moone to dump energies onto a replacement or replacements, then if that turns out not to be the case, use Lunala GX's ability to put them back on (and maybe use it again, just in case).
      • Most cards in this deck revolve around energy efficiency. Lunala GX's ability lets you freely move Psychic energies around and can snipe the bench with Lunar Fall GX. Drampa can have either a Psychic or Double Colorless Energy shoved onto it, get some energies out quicker, then use its attack to pass an energy onto Lunala GRI. Mewtwo can stall for turns with Reflect and deal decent damage with Psychic. Rayquaza pulls energies out of the discard and can also be powered up with a Double Colorless.
      • This theme continues into the trainer cards. Nest Ball and Ultra Ball help pull out the required suspects (usually Cosmoem and/or Lunala) while Evosoda and Rare Candy make evolving faster. Energy Recycler pairs well with Drampa in that it can pull large amounts of energy out with just two cards.
      • N and Guzma are standard disruption, while Shauna helps patch up bad hands (but replace it with Cynthia once Ultra Prism comes out, since Cynthia's just plain better). Altar of the Moone helps lighten retreat costs.
    Basically, if you just want to overwhelm your opponent with damage that often doesn't even care about resistance (up to and including OHKOing Metagross GX), this Hidden Moon with Cranky's Blessing has you covered. It does frequently struggle with Dark decks depending on yours and your opponent's draws, but is nonetheless incredibly powerful for its price.

    Credit to user: Attix
    Divide and Conquer:
    Pokemon: 14 $3.66 total (Your wallet will appreciate it).

    Solosis FAC 33 x4 $.06*
    Duosion FAC 34 x3 $.04
    Reuniclus FAC 35 x3 $.10
    Talonflame STS x4 $.75

    Trainers:31 $21.51 total

    Rescue Stretcher x4 $.09
    Ultra ball x4 $.05
    Nest Ball x2 $.24
    Buddy Buddy Rescue x3 $.04
    N x4 .99
    Sycamore x4 $.51
    Guzma x3 $2.14
    Choice Band x4 $.63
    Counter Catcher x3 $.20
    Energy: 10 $.80 total (Minus basic energy).
    Counter Energy x4 $.20
    Psychic Energy x6

    5 empty slots.

    $25.97 WOW is this budget. Start off with Talonflame and spam the cells. counter energy to power up after the fall of Talonflame and then attack with Psychic energy after K.O.ing. 3.30 without staples.

    Credit to user: Professor_jplap

    These are all the budget lists I have found and received, thank you for reading! More will be added as they are found, feel free to check daily to see if one has been added!

    EDIT: Decks are now in spoilers for ease of access and so there wouldn't be text clunk!
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2018 at 12:43 PM
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  2. ForeverRanger91 Aspiring Trainer
    ForeverRanger91

    Member

    VikaBulu maybe? It can work without Lele but like every other deck, you want it when possible.
     
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  3. AFEX Eon Duo Rules!
    AFEX

    Member

    Wow, quick reply to this thread lol. VikaBulu might work without Lele but it's not all that budget otherwise is it?
     
  4. TSA123 livin' in the 90's
    TSA123

    Member

    Greninja BREAK is pretty budget-friendly
     
  5. ForeverRanger91 Aspiring Trainer
    ForeverRanger91

    Member

    I consider Budget under 100 bucks and Vikavolt isn't expensive at all and Bulu is like 8 a piece.
     
  6. AFEX Eon Duo Rules!
    AFEX

    Member

    I'm making note of all of these decks just gimme a minute, XD
     
  7. AFEX Eon Duo Rules!
    AFEX

    Member

    Thought Bulu was ten, must be the FA one.
     
  8. Digital Dragon Thinks Chandelure is the cutest Pokémon
    Digital Dragon

    Member

    Can't you play Volc without Lele and still have it be pretty good?
     
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  9. ForeverRanger91 Aspiring Trainer
    ForeverRanger91

    Member

    I am always on the look out for new budget decks and these are cool looking. Reason I brought up VikaBulu, not going to lie, was that I got some good deals on the tins and blisters and the deck looks cool.
     
  10. FlavorfulPineApl Favorite Deck: Vespiquen
    FlavorfulPineApl

    Member

    I tested the Ninetales list on PTCGO (Apparently had all the cards) and it works very well. Definitely the best on this list. Also yes @Digital Dragon. Volc is fine without Lele, just don't add Kiawe.
     
  11. TSA123 livin' in the 90's
    TSA123

    Member

    Forgot to mention that Beedrill is definitely a decent budget deck, I posted a very basic decklist a bit ago.

    (even though I run Lele in it doesn't mean you have to)
     
  12. ForeverRanger91 Aspiring Trainer
    ForeverRanger91

    Member

    For Beedrill better to wait until CRI for the new Kakuna.
     
  13. FlavorfulPineApl Favorite Deck: Vespiquen
    FlavorfulPineApl

    Member

    Also, these are meant to be just templates right? Anyways, even though Im not a budget player, I love seeing people help out others.
     
  14. Alphahitman4 Quad Sylveon Master
    Alphahitman4

    Member

    Quad sylveon is budget friendly and been doing well for me.
     
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  15. Jacktropolis Aspiring Trainer
    Jacktropolis

    Member

    That Rayquaza/Solgaleo deck is no joke a turn 2 Sol Burst GX move is absolutely lethal....I'd suggest it with a Drampa GX or 2 tho and they aren't too expensive
     
  16. KabuTopgun Revived Ninja.
    KabuTopgun

    Member

    Hmm, this seems helpful. I'm a budget player and appreciate having a compiled resource like this.

    An improvement on the Poliwrath deck could be to run Hypno(Sleep Babies) then protect Poliwrath with Chaos Tower. A slight complication, I'll admit, but being able to repeat every turn is worth it compared to the one-off use of Salazzle(aside from wasting two conditions lol), unless you want to rely on Devolution Spray or Acerola, but that's even less reliable. Also, because you're using Sleep you could also add Darkrai EX if you have extra spending power.

    Aerodactyl is something I've considered playing before but wasn't sure what to pair it with. Am I right to assume it's not valid to start as your active pokemon? So Talonflame would be more reliable than in other decks. I didn't actually know that, I'm just reverse engineering in my head...
    What are the Pokepuff's for though? I mean, they might be relevant to Fight Alone Lucario, which is a viable budget deck, or maybe even Quad Sylveon GX, but elsewhere...

    I'm probably just going to aim for an Alolan Ninetales GX; between the Vulpix searching well and the non-GX'd defensive Ability, as well as Aqua Patch, I feel like it's just a good base without paying much at all. It just doesn't feel like a budget deck because it's almost always paired with other stuff that is expensive, lol.
     
  17. Noteman32 Aspiring Trainer
    Noteman32

    Member

    the solgaleo deck has lysandre in it. I assuming it needs to be replaced with Guzma. Also a fun budget deck is Passamian
     
  18. FlavorfulPineApl Favorite Deck: Vespiquen
    FlavorfulPineApl

    Member

    Yes, you're correct. You cannot start with Aerodactyl as it is not a "Basic" Pokemon.

    Anyway, while Ninetales might be the most expensive, it is definitely one of the best ones. I would recommend this or the Solgaleo one for competitive play. They're both really fun as well!
     
  19. AFEX Eon Duo Rules!
    AFEX

    Member

    Wow! Thanks for testing it for us! I won't lie, I had to make a few modifications for some of these to be Standard, they were minor replacements though.
     
  20. AFEX Eon Duo Rules!
    AFEX

    Member

    These are full blown lists, they can be templates. I myself have no money for Lele so I made this list to help out players like myself :)
     



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