Hey guys! If you’re reading this you are probably not at the World Championships right now, but you might be at home eagerly anticipating the stream and its results. The format seems to be wide open and it seems like any player with almost any deck could make it through the gauntlets of Day 1 and Day 2. One deck that I think deserves at least a bit of coverage before the event kicks off, and that’s Decidueye/Ninetales, also known as “Decidueye without Vileplume.”
Today I have for you my personal, top ten decks for the Pokémon World Championships 2017 in Anaheim! With Burning Shadows having just been released, this certainly does make things going into Worlds very interesting since there are a few new decks featuring as well as some additions to a few old ones. If you're heading to Anaheim and wondering what to play, be sure to give it watch =] Thanks as always for watching and best of luck to those attending.
Hey guys, today we’re talking about what I think is easily the coolest Pokémon from Sun and Moon, but more importantly one of the best decks in format: Decidueye/Ninetales. Decidueye/Vileplume was undisputably the most dominant deck of the pre-Guardians Rising format, especially at Australian Internationals. Since Guardians Rising it hasn’t been as popular, but the owl is still more than viable.
Hey guys, today I’m going to go over the Gallade/Octillery deck that surprised friend and foe at Mexico City Regionals. So far the Guardians Rising format has shown again and again that intricate combos are back and here to stay in the Pokémon TCG, and this is just another example. It’s been a while since Gallade and Octillery were in the spotlight, so let’s briefly recap how these cards work again.
Hey guys! As our regular readers might have noticed, the front page of ProPokemon has been mostly premium articles as of late. However, starting today, we’re going to be trying to release two free items every week in addition to the premium content we were already doing. These free articles can (and will) be about almost any subject: deck and tournament analysis, in-game decisions, the usual suspects.
Hey ProPokemon, Today I have for you the top eight decks for the Pokémon Latin American International Championships held in Brazil. If you're wondering what did well or just want a couple new decks to try out, then be sure to give it a watch =] Otherwise thanks again for watching and I'll see you all soon!
There were a lot of interesting decks at US Nationals outside of the Top 8, and today I want to look at two of those. Now that Karen has almost certainly been confirmed to not be in Steam Siege, it's likely that the metagame for Worlds will be similar to that from US Nationals, and so it's a good idea to explore some new decks and ideas that people used!
Hey everyone, Today we'll be looking at the Top 8 decks to feature at this years US National Championships. If you're looking for new decks to play or just want a recap of what decks managed to get all the way to the Top 8, then be sure to give it a watch! Thanks again for watching, PokéCastXVII
Today we're going to be looking at three decks that won State Championships in the Masters division from the US, during weeks one, two, and three! All deck lists were provided by the official Pokemon website and can be found by following this link. Congratulations to all the players featured who were able to win their respective tournaments!
Winter Regionals have been taking place recently, so most BREAKpoint discussion has been focused around Expanded. However, now that they have concluded, I think it's a good time to start considering the impact that BREAKpoint will have on Standard. In an unfamiliar format, it can make sense to fall back on a safe deck choice like Mega Manectric.
Sableye/Garbodor had a respectable run through City Championships, eventually finishing as the sixth most successful deck, but it seems to have received a huge boost from Breakpoint in the form of Puzzle of Time. While we won't see the new and improved Sableye/Garbodor in action until the final week of Winter Regionals, due to Breakpoint not being legal before then
In the past few weeks, Raichu/Crobat has been among the best performers in Standard City Championships. It follows a similar strategy to Night March and Vespiquen, which is to try and trade knock outs with EX or Mega Pokemon, taking two prize cards per knock out while only giving up one in return.