03/30/2020 by Alec Geissler
Before We Start...
Before we start, I want to quickly talk about the current pandemic going on across the world. I hope everyone is taking this virus seriously and is aware of what is going on. There are a lot of people struggling to survive from this virus and we all need to do our part to make sure it doesn't spread/affect anymore people. With that being said, please wash your hands as much as possible, use hand sanitizer, disinfect wipe down tabletops/handles, etc., social distance yourself and don't hoarde supplies from others at retail stores. If you feel any of the symptoms for COVID-19, please go get tested immediately so you can receive the best care as fast as you can. Let's overcome this together and without further ado, let's get rollin' with the article!
Hey Everyone! It's been a while since I have wrote for the site, but I am very excited to be back and bring you something very obscure and out there. Today, I am going to be covering a deck that I have been thinking about alot recently after reading the set list for Rebellious Clash and V-Max Rising. As you can probably guess by the title, the deck is indeed Tangrowth. What makes Tangrowth (CoE; 6) better with these sets being released you may ask? I was reading the Rebellious Clash set list and towards the end of the list, I saw the stadium Galar Mine which reads "The retreat cost of each active Pokemon (both yours and your opponent) is [C][C] more". I thought that was significantly better compared to Shrine of Punishment (CLS; 143) and I started rambling through matchups in my head and whether this deck could really function pass having the tools there to succeed. We haven't seen Tangrowth really exceed in results such as Top 8+ at a regional, but I think with hitting the right matchups and not drawing badly, the new tools give it a chance to exceed that mark. I am really excited to show off the list, so let's not waste any more time and jump right on in!
Shrine of Punishment (CLS; 143)
Tangrowth (CoE; 6)
Marnie (S&S; 169)
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