09/09/2019 by Zach Lesage
Yo, what’s up 60 Cards readers? It’s ya boi here, Zach Lesage, and I wanted to give you a quick article on my updated Blacephalon GX (LT; 52) . The deck performed very well at the World Championships and is still a strong play heading into future events. I am considered one of the pioneers of this deck and I hope that my list will be enticing for you to view.
Anyways, I don’t want to ramble on too much so let’s just jump into this article!
So Shintaro Ito came second at Worlds, but does that mean his deck was perfect for the event? Beyond a questionably solid call on playing two Heatran GX (UB; 25) (perhaps he knew most Japanese players were playing Gardevoir & Sylveon GX (UBO; 130) ), I didn’t particularly like all aspects of his deck.
Oranguru (UPR; 114)
Beast Energy Prism Star (FLI; 117)
Inkay (FLI; 50)
Poipole (FLI; 55)
Blacephalon GX (LT; 52)
Naganadel (LT; 108)
Gardevoir & Sylveon GX (UBO; 130)
Poipole (UB; 102)
Naganadel GX (UB; 160)
Heatran GX (UB; 25)
Tapu Fini (UB; 53)
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