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Deck "Dragonic Fury"

Deck "Dragonic Fury"
Format: Unlimited - 60 Cards
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I am a big fan of dragons. They are virtually unstoppable creatures with amazing abilities. This deck is a lot of fun to use and has so many powerful creatures to make it really annoying for my opponent. Enjoy!!

 
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Section: Pokemons (22 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity Average price
1 x Altaria EX Deoxys 1 Colorless Rare Holo
1 x Bagon 'Delta' EX-DF 43 Water Common
1 x Charizard Expedition 6 Fire Rare Holo
1 x Charmander EX-PK 48 Fire Common
1 x Charmeleon EX-PK 28 Fire Uncommon
1 x Dragonair Expedition 75 Colorless Uncommon
1 x Dragonite Expedition 43 Colorless Rare
1 x Dratini EX Dragon 26 Colorless Uncommon
1 x Gabite EX-DPMT 48 Colorless Uncommon
1 x Garchomp EX-DPMT 9 Colorless Rare Holo
1 x Gible EX-DPMT 85 Colorless Common
1 x Horsea EX Dragon 33 Water Uncommon
1 x Kingdra N Revelatn 19 Water Rare
1 x Latias 'Delta' EX HP 21 Fire Rare
1 x Latios 'Delta' EX HP 22 Water Rare
1 x Lucario D&P 6 Fighting Rare Holo
1 x Palkia D&P 11 Water Rare Holo
1 x Riolu D&P 61 Fighting Uncommon
1 x Salamence EX Dragon 19 Colorless Rare
1 x Seadra EX Dragon 39 Water Uncommon
1 x Shelgon EX Dragon 41 Colorless Uncommon
1 x Swablu EX-PK 66 Colorless Common
 
Section: Energy (20 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity Average price
2 x Double Colorless Energy Base Set 96 Special Energy Uncommon
2 x Double Rainbow Energy Emerald 87 Special Energy Rare
4 x Fighting Energy EX-PK 108 Basic Energy Rare Holo
4 x Fire Energy EX-PK 104 Basic Energy Rare Holo
4 x Lightning Energy EX-PK 106 Basic Energy Rare Holo
4 x Water Energy EX-PK 105 Basic Energy Rare Holo
 
Section: Trainers (18 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity Average price
1 x Bill Legendary 108 Trainer Common
1 x Bill's Maintenance EX-CG 71 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Castaway EX-CG 72 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Celio's Network FR&LG 88 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Energy Restore Expedition 141 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Energy Retrieval Legendary 107 Trainer Uncommon
2 x Energy Search Expedition 153 Trainer Common
1 x High Pressure System EX Dragon 85 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Island Cave HL 89 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Life Herb HL 90 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Mary's Impulse Expedition 142 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Master Ball Expedition 143 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Prof. Oak's Research FR&LG 98 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Professor Birch Emerald 82 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Rival D&P 113 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Scott EX-PK 81 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Wally's Training Emerald 85 Trainer Uncommon
 
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Deck Statistics
Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 12 %  
Holo bar 2 %  
Rare bar 15 %  
Rare Holo bar 18  30 %  
Uncommon bar 25  42 %  
 

Distribution by Subtype
- bar 30  50 %  
Basic Pokémon bar 10  17 %  
Special Energy bar 3 %  
Stadium bar 3 %  
Stage 1 Pokémon bar 10 %  
Stage 2 Pokémon bar 3 %  
Supporter bar 13 %  
 

Distribution by Type
- bar 5 %  
Basic Energy bar 16  27 %  
Colorless bar 10  17 %  
Energy bar 3 %  
Fighting bar 3 %  
Fire bar 7 %  
Trainer bar 18  30 %  
Water bar 8 %  
 



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wookieman
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Subject:    Posted: October 18, 2006 06:20 pm

awsome deck i gave u a 5. i also like dragons. they rock but any way nice deck
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Subject: Not Good   Posted: January 24, 2007 03:11 pm

You use too many pokemon and energy, take this advise from a champion. They are pretty good pokemon but i bet you have trouble getting out the cards you need. alway try and put a balance based deck. that mean 20 pokemon 20 trainers and 20 energy. and try and keep a decks variaty to 3 diferent types, no more or you'll never get the right energy you need. and especially trainer, putt more terainers that'll help you draw out more cards. never take trainers for granted such as bill, wally's training, or proff. cozmo's descovery.
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Subject: §   Posted: March 16, 2007 07:17 pm

Yea, id like to give a better rating then a 1 but i cant. Theres no flow with this deck. Most people dont use this many types of pokemon. I play in city, state, nationals championships so i know these things. What you need to do is beef up your line up some. Like choose a couple families to use. Try ur charizard line as 3-2-3 or 3-3-3, this means 3 charmander, 3 charmeleon, 3 charizard. Then u could add another family, make a decent line up, then maybe if your not to happy with where its at u could add some basics with helpful attacks/powers etc... But you need to beef up your trainers for sure. Alot of decks run at least 18 trainers, but some reach up to 28/30. You just need to cut down on how many pokemon and how many types u use. Also, u must not know how to make a good deck, due to the fact you put a steelix in your deck with no steel energy?
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Subject: It's fine.   Posted: March 18, 2007 06:43 pm


quote from knox_ninja:

Yea, id like to give a better rating then a 1 but i cant. Theres no flow with this deck. Most people dont use this many types of pokemon. I play in city, state, nationals championships so i know these things. What you need to do is beef up your line up some. Like choose a couple families to use. Try ur charizard line as 3-2-3 or 3-3-3, this means 3 charmander, 3 charmeleon, 3 charizard. Then u could add another family, make a decent line up, then maybe if your not to happy with where its at u could add some basics with helpful attacks/powers etc... But you need to beef up your trainers for sure. Alot of decks run at least 18 trainers, but some reach up to 28/30. You just need to cut down on how many pokemon and how many types u use. Also, u must not know how to make a good deck, due to the fact you put a steelix in your deck with no steel energy?


I have played with this deck many times. I put the Steelix in there but no steel energies and the Tyranitar but no dark energies because of their effects. That way I could conserve my deck count. Steelix effect says that any basic energy card attached to him is treated as a steel energy. Tyranitar has the same effect except for dark energies. I like having different types so I can have more energies for the pokemon that need any type of energy for certain attacks. I also like having multiple types and separate families so I am not affected by one or two specific weakness/resistance. I have multiple types of pokemon for those reasons. I hope that explains some things.
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