09/05/2018 by Jose Marrero
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What's going on, 60cards readers! Rotation is finally here so for this article I'll be discussing my personal lists on two of my favorite decks for the post rotation format. First, I'd like to thank everyone who said Hi to me at Worlds and made my experience that much better. Unfortunately, I was one game shy of making Day 2, but that didn't stop me from enjoying myself in Nashville even though I also missed the Open registration. I met so many new people and took a number of pics and I'm glad to have met each and every one of you, for those that did come up to me. Worlds is, and should always be, one of the greatest moments to have in Pokémon whether you're playing in the main event or not. That is where dreams are made and some of the best memories to have cheering and rooting for your friends.
With that said, First, I'll go over Zoroark-GX/Lycanroc-GX, which is the deck I played at Worlds not too long ago. Next, I'll transition into probably one of the more hyped decks moving forward, Rayquaza-GX/Vikavolt and give you my take on the deck. Worlds competitor and fellow FL player Justin Kulas and I worked on the Rayquaza-GX/Vikavolt list together, so shout out to him. The list I'll be discussing is the same list I used to place in Top 4 and 2nd at back to back League Cups this past weekend so if you want to see the list it is on the ARG FB page or on my twitter.
Now, let's take a look at my take on Zoroark-GX/Lycanroc-GX post rotation.
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