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Dystopian Pikarom – Bringing Light(ning) to the Chaos

Dystopian Pikarom – Bringing Light(ning) to the Chaos

PikaRom has been around in different styles since it was printed. It started out as an incredibly fast, hard-hitting deck that aimed to target down Tapu Lele-GX with Tag Bolt GX to try and get a 3 or 4-prize turn and then use Let Loose early and again later to completely reset an opponent’s board, sometimes before they could even get anything going for them. It shifted into a deck that relied on using Vikavolt V’s Item Lock early until a Full Blitz could get a KO and then going from there to try and maintain a game-winning board state, and now in it’s arguably weakest form it is utilizing Crushing Hammer with Reset Stamp to be a slower deck that has infinite options AFTER a Full Blitz but takes longer to reach that point.
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Arceus & Dialga & Palkia Deck List

Arceus & Dialga & Palkia Deck List

The newest Tag Team trio Arceus & Dialga & Palkia GX made its debut performance in LAIC this weekend, and it lived up to all the hype with its huge showing at LAIC! ADP (short for Arceus, Dialga, Palkia) has the best GX attack in the game in Altered Creation GX which gives you an effect for the rest of the game that not only adds 30 extra damage to your attacks, but it also takes an extra prize card on every knockout you take! ADP also has an amazing first attack that is similar to the once popular Pikachu & Zekrom GX in Ultimate Ray which can set up some additional back-up attackers in Keldeo GX, Lucario & Melmetal GX, and another ADP if you need to. Since the GX attack speeds up the amount of prizes you take per knockout, you can win games before your opponent can even set up their board to deal with all of your powerful, set up Pokemon GX. This deck is one for the ages, and because of its fantastic GX attack, it is in contention to be one of the best decks in the Pokemon TCG format. 
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Ability Zard Deck List

Ability Zard Deck List

The fast and aggressive fire box deck in Ability Zard deck made a huge comeback at LAIC, and even ended up winning the event at the hands of one of the top players in the game, Robin Schulz. This deck relies on the popular Welder supporter card engine which is so stranger to the Pokemon TCG to set up its many different fire energy attackers that require quite a lot of energy in order to attack. If you can use Welder consistently, the Ability Zard deck can hit some of the biggest numbers in the game even as fast as turn 2! Once you have your attackers established, this deck also has access to Ninetales which can consistently bring up any Pokemon on your opponent’s bench at the cost of discarding two fire energy. This deck aims to take as many big knockouts as possible will constantly pressuring your opponents board at all points during the match. During the end of the game when you’ve gone through a lot of fire energy, Victini Prism Star can do a lot of damage and reset all of those used fire energies back into the deck to help close out the game. If you like decks that are fast and super aggressive, Ability Zard is the best deck for that and you’ll have a lot of fun playing it too!
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Guzzlord & Naganadel/Mismagius Deck List

Guzzlord & Naganadel/Mismagius Deck List

When this deck was featured on stream round one of LAIC at the hands of Danny Altavilla, the Pokemon community was introduced to one of the most unexpected decks to come out of Cosmic Eclipse,  Naganadel & Guzzlord GX. What makes this deck so special is it’s ability to win in 3 attacks against opposing Tag Team GX decks, as well as be able to attack with Jet Pierce as fast as turn one.
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Doll Stall Deck List

Doll Stall Deck List

You may be wondering what exactly this deck is and how it works as a good Pokemon TCG deck considering it doesn’t seem to attack every turn due to it’s one of energy card count, and the 4-0-4 line of Florges from Forbidden Light that has never seen competitive play until now.
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Mewtwo/Mew GX Deck List

Mewtwo/Mew GX Deck List

The reigning 2019 World Champion deck in Mewtwo/Mew GX has proven itself again and again throughout every tournament in the United States and EU, that it is the most powerful deck in the standard format. This deck’s main focus is to copy many powerful Pokémon GX’s attacks from the bench, or in the discard pile. 
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Pikachu/Zekrom GX Deck List

Pikachu/Zekrom GX Deck List

The first ever revealed Tag Team GX Pokémon in Pikachu/Zekrom has gotten some new Tag Team GX competitors in recent sets, but it is still dominating the competition. The Pikachu/Zekrom deck aims to set up a turn one, or two Full Blitz attack with help from its Prism Star friends, Tapu Koko and Thunder Mountain which help accelerate energy.
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Pidgeotto Control Deck List

Pidgeotto Control Deck List

Ever since the Pidgeotto Control deck made Top 8 at the World Championships, it has been consistently topping every standard event in both the United States, and European regions. This deck is not played like your ordinary Pokémon TCG deck where you take all 6 prizes to win, it instead capitalizes on another win condition in the Pokémon TCG, decking your opponent out.
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