Help Searching for an old (maybe lost) list

Discussion in 'PTCG Competitive Play' started by Hunga, Mar 20, 2020.

  1. Hunga Oh no! Rotation in sight


    Hi everyone! :)

    I hope this is the right forum part to post this...

    I played the PTCG a lot back in the day and mostly at the German Nationals.
    My most successful deck was a Lostgar list in 2011 pre-rotation (with Palkia G Lv. X and Poke Drawer+).
    But sadly I lost the list from back in the day, even when my list was really solid and good (I went 7-0 or 6-1 the first day and made top 16 that year).

    Is there a place where such, really old, lists are saved and can be found again? Since it was a Nationals I hoped to maybe find an archive somehow but my search was without success.

    I wanted to maybe recreate this list for any "oldschool" tournament coming my way. ;)
    As some more information, I played it too that year in Hannover...

    Thanks in advance and maybe this can help others, searching for long lost decklists!

  2. snoopy369 Aspiring Trainer

    Advanced Member Member

    There are a few sites, not sure about that specific tournament or deck though. Most of the Worlds have a few decks available, at least. Check out for example which has a Palkia Lock deck (which doesn't look exactly like what you were talking about, though)... and then there are lots of threads on PokeGym, see for example this search thread:[node]=110 , but nothing exactly right from what I've seen.
  3. FourteenAlmonds Roasted, but not salty


    I had a look around, and the Bulbapedia page for LostGar has a sample list which includes Palkia G Lv. X - - but this list doesn't include Poke Drawer+.

    Unfortunately, websites like didn't really exist back then (as far as I can see) so I wasn't able to find any exact lists from specific events. A quick google search showed up with a lot of example lists, but nothing that I can firmly link to German Nationals 2011. Your best bet might just be to have a look at what is out there on the web and try to reconstruct your list from memory using those as a base.

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