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Expanded Ground Forces (Landorus-EX / Carbink BREAK)


Aspiring Trainer
Pokemon: 13
  • 3 Landorus-EX
  • 2 Carbink (FAC 50)
  • 2 Carbink BREAK
  • 2 Keldeo-EX
  • 2 Shaymin-EX
  • 1 Hoopa-EX
  • 1 Regirock-EX
Trainers/Supporters/Stadiums: 35
  • 4 Max Elixir
  • 4 Trainers' Mail
  • 4 Vs Seeker
  • 3 Ultra Ball
  • 3 Fighting Fury Belt
  • 2 Float Stone
  • 1 Super Rod
  • 1 Computer Search
  • 3 Professor Sycamore
  • 2 Lysandre
  • 2 N
  • 1 Xerosic
  • 1 Korrina
  • 1 Hex Maniac
  • 1 AZ
  • 2 Parallel City
Energy: 12
  • 8 Fighting Energy
  • 4 Strong Energy


The main strategy of this deck is to overwhelm the opponent early on with a steady stream of Land's Judgments. Max Elixir is here to make the idea of a 1st turn Land's Judgment more than just a pipe dream, and 2 copies of Keldeo-EX are included in this build to provide a consistent means of cycling the Pokemon and making sure that Max Elixir is being used on the right Pokemon. A single copy of Regirock-EX is included for two reasons: to provide a third viable target for Hoopa-EX's Scoundrel Ring ability and to provide the extra power needed for Landorus-EX to OHKO an unboosted Yveltal-EX within reasonable cost:

80 + 70 (energy discard) + 20 (1 Strong Energy) + 10 (Fighting Fury Belt) + 10 (Regirock-EX) - 20 (Resistance) = 170
Parallel City is included in this build in order to get rid of the clutter after Hoopa-EX is used to fill the bench. It was tough choosing between Parallel City and Fighting Stadium, but considering how easy it was for Shaymin-EX to give up prizes, I decided against using Fighting Stadium. Fighting Stadium is still an option if you want to be able to OHKO Yveltal-EX more consistently, but between Carbink BREAK's Diamond Gift and Landorus-EX's ability to deal chip damage with Hammerhead, the extra power from Hammerhead may be unneeded. Energy Keeper Carbink may also have potential as a tech in this deck since it uses so many Basic Fighting Energy cards if space can be found.