Blissey MT 5, Disruption // HP-MD (2008)


#1

Blissey had a breakout performance at worlds, taking 2nd place in the senior division, piloted by Paul Atanassov. It received play at autumn Battle Roads and a smaller amount throughout the season.

You began with Chatot MD several copies(2-4 usually) to refresh your hand(Mimic, or Copycat in attack form).

You then had a pretty thick line of Blissey MT (usually 4-4), with it’s seemingly limitless damage cap and large HP (130).

It also utilized a bunch of disruption (Cessation Crystal, Energy Removal 2, Crystal beach)



Very tanky deck, and was overall similar to Seismitoad-EX based decks.


#2

@Mods is there any way that you could put this into the 2008 category?
EDIT: Thanks @KPiplup!


#3

For what it’s worth, you typically will be better off tagging us individually. I usually wouldn’t stumble on this.


#4

3× Chatot
4× Blissey
4× Chansey
1× Warp Point
4× Cessation Crystal
2× Pokédex HANDY910is
3× PlusPower
1× Time-Space Distortion
1× Steven’s Advice
2× Roseanne’s Research
1× Scott
2× Team Galactic’s Wager
4× Energy Removal 2
4× Crystal Beach
4× Castaway
4× Celio’s Network
2× TV Reporter
4× Holon Energy FF
10× Fire Energy

Here is the list that Paul Atanassov piloted.


#5

Bliss Control (TCG) From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.


#6

I think its funny how all of his Pokemon are colorless so he chose a random basic energy.

EDIT: I now see the Holon energy. But It would still be cool to get second at worlds with a deck where you can put any kind of energy in it because all the Pokemon are colorless


#7

It wasn’t very random…
The Holon Energies each do something special
With FF you get
Fire - no weakness
Fighting - no resistance to your damage
With GL you get
Grass - no special conditions
Lightning - damage done to this Pokemon (by your opponent’s Pokemon-ex) is reduced by 10
With WP you get
Water - Preventing all effects done to that Pokemon
Psychic - Free retreat


#8

I noticed it. But thanks for describing the others