Mega Gardevoir-EX Variants // BCR-on

Pokémon
3 Gardevoir EX
3 M Gardevoir EX
4 Xerneas XY
2 Spirtzee FLF
2 Aromattse XY
Total Pokemon-14

Trainer
4 Sycamore
3 N
2 Skyla
2 Colress
2 Lysandre
1 Lysandre’s Last Resort
1 Teammates
2 VS Seeker
3 Ultra Ball
2 Repeat Ball
1 Letter
2 Max Potion
1 Switch
2 Startling Megaphone
3 Gardevior Spirt Link
3 Fairy Garden
1 Scoop Up Cyclone
Total Trainers-35

Energy
11 Fairy
Total Energy-11

Mega Gardevoir’s attack Brilliant Arrow does 30x the amount of Fairy Energy attached to all of your Pokémon. With Xerneas you can get Fairy Energy into play quickly allowing Gardevoir to ko EXs after 2 Geomancys usually. Aromaettes can move energy around allowing so you can use Max Potion.

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I’d say drop the switch, for one more spritzee, it is very… snipeable? (that’s a word for it)

I personally like one switch because Fairy Garden isn’t always in play and the extra way to get a Pokémon back to the bench just gives me the reinsurance I like. I do like the extra Spirtzee idea though maybe -1 Fairy Energy +1 Spirtzee.

I personally prefer running Spiritomb over SUC, but that’s mostly b/c I like denying my opponents access to their ACE SPECs more than running an only semi-useful ACE SPEC myself.

Primal Clash finally kicks off! :smile: My first list:

Pokemon: 15
4 Xerneas XY
3 Gardevoir-EX
2 M Gardevoir-EX
3 Spritzee XY
2 Aromatisse XY
1 Keldeo-EX

Energy: 10
10 Fairy Energy

Trainer: 35 (14 + 17 + 4)
4 Professor Juniper
4 N
2 Skyla
1 Colress
2 Lysandre
1 Lysandre’s Trump Card
1 Computer Search
3 Max Potion
4 Ultra Ball
1 Escape Rope
1 Professor’s Letter
1 Startling Megaphone
1 Tool Retriever
2 VS Seeker
3 Gardevoir Spirit Link
4 Fairy Garden

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Might I suggest Fan club and/or evosoda instead of ultra ball?

Thanks for your suggestion! I prefer maxing out Ultra Ball for early-game consistency, but will try out Pokemon Fan Club with Jirachi-EX! :smile:

@skyla what is your preference on teammates?

Teammates will be useful in decks running a thick line of Battle Compressor and VS Seeker. In my deck above I guess I’d better stick with conventional Supporters.

This is the list I am currently testing, feedback would be appreciated.

Pokemon: 16
4 Xerneas XY
3 Gardevoir-EX
2 M Gardevoir-EX
3 Spritzee XY
2 Aromatisse XY
1 Keldeo-EX
1 Charizard-EX (Stoke)

Energy: 11
9 Fairy Energy
2 Rainbow Energy

Trainer: 33
4 Professor Juniper
3 N
1 Pokemon Fan Club
2 Skyla
1 Colress
2 Lysandre
1 Lysandre’s Trump Card
1 Computer Search
3 Max Potion
3 Ultra Ball
1 Energy Retrieval
1 Professor’s Letter
1 Xerosic
3 VS Seeker
3 Gardevoir Spirit Link
3 Fairy Garden

Charizard is a Metal tech, one-shot’s M Aggron with 4 energy ( only 1 Rainbow needed)

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What about Florges EX (can get some decent damage for low cost) and Xerneas EX (runs off fairy, can get solid damage)?

They’re both terrible

I don’t quite agree with you. Florges can hit for 120 with no muscle band for only 2 energy. It is quite easy to do with straight fairies, which this deck is not.
Xerneas, while expensive, is kind of a necessity for fairies players. the 30 snipe is just too good.

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You may want to squeeze 2 dce for instant stokes?

Stoke cannot grab Special Energy cards.

No, only to power up stoke.

Thanks for your clarification. Well, if you want quick answers to those potential threats to M Gardevoir-EX (e.g. knocking out Virizion-EX and Dialga-EX before they can even attack), try Victini-EX with Victory Piece.

I’m just thinking about suggestions for their deck, I will make this and start off with a very similar deck to yours. I like yours better.

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Point still invalid: Stoke needs only one energy

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