Dustox ex // HL-on

Pokemon - 16

4 Wurmple DX
2 Cascoon LM
4 Dustox ex
3 Houndour RR 59
3 Houndoom UF

Trainers - 29

4 Battle Frontier
1 Cursed Stone
3 Rocket’s Admin.
3 Steven’s Advice
3 TV Reporter
3 Professor Elm’s Training Method
4 Rare Candy
3 Swoop! Teleporter
3 Great Ball
2 Scott

Energy - 15

10 Grass
3 Multi
2 Holon’s Electrode

Date: May 16, 2006

Wurmple gave the deck insane consistency, Dustox had Safeguard, and with Houndoom you could lock a Battle Frontier in play. Unfortunately there were numerous counters to Dustox out there so this deck wasn’t all that competitive.

Pokemon - 16

4 Wurmple DX
2 Cascoon LM
4 Dustox ex
4 Lunatone LM
2 Solrock LM

Trainers - 28

4 Cursed Stone
3 Rocket’s Admin.
3 Steven’s Advice
3 Bill’s Maintenance
3 Professor Elm’s Training Method
3 Swoop! Teleporter
4 Rare Candy
3 Great Ball
2 Scott

Energy - 16

13 Grass
2 Cyclone
1 Holon’s Electrode

Date: May 19, 2006

This version utilized the LunaRock combo instead of Battle Frontier, which then let it max out on Cursed Stone to get more damage in play. This was probably the best take on Dustox.

Pokemon - 16

4 Wurmple DX
2 Cascoon LM
4 Dustox ex
4 Lunatone LM
2 Solrock LM

Trainers - 29

4 Cursed Stone
4 Pokemon Reversal
3 Rocket’s Admin.
3 Steven’s Advice
3 TV Reporter
3 Professor Elm’s Training Method
3 Swoop! Teleporter
3 Rare Candy
3 Great Ball

Energy - 15

12 Grass
2 Cyclone
1 Holon’s Electrode

Date: May 19, 2006

This final version sacrificed some consistency to fit a full playset of Pokemon Reversal.