A Good Question Deserves Another Answer!

Hey guys! I hope you had a wonderful time at the Pokémon World Championships if you went there, or even if you just watched from home. I thought it was an amazing experience once again with some intense games on the big screen, solid commentary


Mega Kangaskhan takes Top 4 at the World Championships!

When Flashfire first released, there was no doubt that Mega Kangaskhan held a lot of potential, and I know a lot of people tried to make it work in a deck. Unfortunately, it fell to the 'curse of the Mega Pokemon', and saw very little playability. I personally


Looking Ahead to Next Season!

Now that the World Championships have concluded, we can finally look forward to the new 2014-15 season! While we might not know the 2015 Worlds location or the number of Championship points needed for an invite yet, I think that there is plenty to think about our new format, which has been


Submit Your Question For Next Week’s Article!

Next week's Premium article will be another Question and Answer session, where Mark will answer any questions that you might have! If there's anything you'd like to ask, whether it's about a deck, a recent tournament, or his opinion on recent changes that


The Pokemon World Championships are here!

After a long 2013-14 season, the World Championships have arrived in Washington DC, where we'll find out who are the best TCG and VGC players in the World! The action begins on Friday, with the Last Chance Qualifier, which as the name suggests


Tour Around the World Championships!

Let’s take a look back at this season. We’ve gone through League Challenges, City, State, Regional and even the National Championships, and now we’re arrived at the ultimate tournament where the best of the best duke it out. It’s looking to be as exciting


My Favourite Cards from Furious Fists!

Pre Releases are underway for our latest set 'Furious Fists', and if you're not planning to make the trip to the World Championships in a couple of weeks time, the chances are you'll already have one eye on the new format for next season. There are definitely a


Ninetales and Flygon Emerge From US Nationals!

In this article, I take a look at two decks that have not received much or any discussion on this site yet but which made some waves at U.S. Nationals: Ninetales DRX/Pyroar FLF and Flygon BCR/Accelgor DEX/Dusknoir BCR/Mewtwo EX. I want to start


Playing in a Format without Tropical Beach

Most players have a strong dislike for Tropical Beach, and it's easy to see why. Having to spend upwards of $100 on a single card is crazy, and their naturally limited supply means that only a small minority of the player base can use them at any point. When


A Good Question Deserves a Better Answer!

Hey guys! Lately, Nathan and I have been brainstorming on how to make ProPokemon’s Premium program even better. Currently the articles have been getting some very positive feedback on the poll, for which we’re all very thankful. But we still shared a feeling


Empoleon with Miltank and Dusknoir!

Considering how popular Pyroar has become, any deck built around evolutions suddenly becomes much more viable, and one of those is Empoleon with Miltank and Dusknoir. The idea here is pretty simple. Miltank can hit for 80 damage (or 100 with a Muscle Band)



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