Standard Watch — A New Way to Pikachu and Zekrom-GX
Hey everyone! I am back with my third article this month, and I am happy that is the case. In my previous articles, I have been going over strong decks in the current standard meta. When I went over Combo Zacian V, it was gaining popularity and establishing itself as a strong contender. It was certainly fun to write about a strong and interesting deck, but it wasn’t exactly breaking news. In the article following that one, I went over an already established deck in Dragapult VMAX. If you haven’t checked either of those out, I would definitely give them a read! All of the information is still relevant, and both decks are still competing for the BDIF.
I am going to keep up the trend today by going over another strong deck, but it is also going to be an innovative one this time as well. Pikachu and Zekrom-GX is nothing new in the slightest, but the list I go over in this article is different from what I have seen being used in online events. I think it will be fun to cover, and should give all of you something to try! Let’s get started with a look at the decklist.
A New Way to Play Pikachu and Zekrom-GX
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