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I agree with all the posts. Just be clear about what you are doing.
you opponent most times will nod their head or say OK.
if you do play x...
I usually go Ultra Pro and/or Dragon Shield. we are always trying out new colors.
for tournaments. me and my kids always have a few spares.
i meant that the deck likely will have some draw support items like Level Ball or Evosoda (in addition to Ultra Ball).
those would be the draw...
Thats always the tricky part of the best of 1.
Even the best decks, best players can have a bad draw. it happens.
just choose the deck you...
The hard part with this type of deck is that you don't have a lot of damage output.... outside of bats.
so the Laser Virbank will help....
The tricky part with Toad is that you will be forced to choose between Sableye or Toad.
and you'll need to tweak your deck list to include some...
thanks. totally forgot. its been way too long since I've played or seen a head ringer
if??? the goal is to do a supporter lock with Sableye. its not enough by itself.
opponents can have other outs for draw support. consider some...
just a friendly reminder that Manectric EX can run with Head Ringer.
even with field blower, you may consider running a full set of x4 Head...
give it time and practice. she'll get it. both my kids did.
one way to also practice is just to use a plain deck of cards (at least its cheap...
very very cool. congratulations.
(I am always envious of those who make top cut on their first try). let us know how things go and your...
sometimes... too much variety is not a good thing.
with kids, they sometimes like too many cards and want to put in a little of everything.
in some ways, think of pokemon like chess. it takes quite a few games just to get a good handle of the game mechanics.
maybe 20+ games... before...
I recommend you take a look at the gameplay of some of the championship decks from tournaments on youtube or twitch.
some of the decks are a bit...
regarding that competitive scene. Use this as a learning experience and have FUN.
at this time.... don't fixate on all the various decks out...
There usually isn't much you can do regarding "spectating". All spectators are usually kept away from the players tables.
as stated, there are...
before you invest too much into any one deck... I recommend you try to playtest a few decks.
or just take a look at some of the matches on...
its going to be tough to make your deck able to counter all the decks out there.
looks like anyone with Garbodor can either counter your ability...
Play test and practice.
but... keep in mind that there's a reason why certain decks typically do well. consistency and ability to matchup...
I agree with the post to look at typical decks and deck list from the recent expanded tournaments. it will give you good idea of what decks do...