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Alt. Format Post-Rotation 2022-23: Gardevoir ex/Wyrdeer V

cardgjammer

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Pokémon - 17
3 Ralts ASR 60
1 Ralts SIT 67
4 Kirlia SIT 68
2 Gardevoir ex SVI 86
1 Gardevoir CRE 61
1 Gallade ASR 62
2 Klefki SVI 96
1 Radiant Greninja ASR 46
2 Wyrdeer V ASR 134

Trainer Cards - 30
4 Professor's Research BRS 147
2 Boss's Orders BRS 132
2 Judge FST 235
1 Cheryl BST 123
1 Miriam SVI 9
3 Fog Crystal CRE 140
4 Level Ball BST 129
3 Nest Ball SUM 123
3 Ultra Ball BRS 150
2 Rare Candy PGO 69
2 Switch SSH 183
1 Sky Seal Stone CRZ 143
2 Primordial Altar SIT 161

Energy - 13
13 Psychic Energy SWSHEnergy 5

Strategy: Abuse Gardevoir's ability, as it can be used any number of times in one turn, to power up psychics, then, once you have up to 9 Psychic energies, switch to Wyrdeer V, and use his ability to move them all to Wyrdeer V, and punish enemy with its attack that deals 40 times the number of energies on it to the active. Two retreat cost? It's more likely that 2 Energy will be prized in a game, and if your deck does not have more than the minimum no. of energies to take that into account, if you prize 2 energy and Spidops ex, or anything else that ups your retreat cost, is in play on the opposite side, if your Gardevoir ex is in the active, and all your energy's discarded, there's a chance you'll be one or two energies short of having enough for Gardy to get out of Active to get to Wyrdeer V for the Leafeon VMAX KO. But what do you think? Any changes? Comments?

Translations:

Gardevoir ex – Psychic – HP310
Stage 2 – Evolves from Kirlia

Ability: Psychic Embrace
As often as you like during your turn, you may attach a Basic [P] Energy from your discard pile to 1 of your [P] Pokemon. If you do, put 2 damage counters on that Pokemon. (You can’t use this Ability on a Pokemon that would be Knocked Out by the 2 damage counters.)

[P][P][C] Miracle Force: 190 damage. Heal any Special Conditions on this Pokemon.

Pokemon ex rule: When your Pokemon ex is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

Weakness: Darkness (x2)
Resistance: Fighting (-30)
Retreat: 2

Klefki – Psychic – HP70
Basic Pokemon

Ability: Prank Lock
As long as this Pokemon is your Active Pokemon, each player’s Basic Pokemon in play have no Abilities (other than Prank Lock).

[C] Knock Off: 10 damage. Before doing damage, discard a Pokemon Tool attached to the opponent’s Active Pokemon.

Weakness: Metal (x2)
Resistance: none
Retreat: 1

Miriam – Trainer
Supporter

Choose up to 5 Pokemon cards from your discard pile, reveal them, and shuffle them into your deck. Then, draw 3 cards.

You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn.
 

Dark Espeon

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Hi cardgjammer,

Nice list. How about these modifications:

- 1 Cheryl (would benefit Gardevoir ex only)
- 1 Psychic Energy (twelve are more than sufficient)

+ 1 Miriam or Klara (you will need to recycle attackers, still unsure on the break between these two cards myself)
+ 1 Cresselia (the lost origin version has a decent attack for [P] that moves two 2 damage counters from all of your Pokémon in play to one of your opponent's Pokemon in play. it is a decent combo with both Gardevoir ex and Wyrdeer V. It is also one of your best Sableye counters.)

Hope this provides some initial assistance.
 
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