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Deck "Mahogany City Gym"

Deck "Mahogany City Gym"
Format: Unlimited - 60 Cards
created by silverkp Premium Member LV33 activity icon envelope icon
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Welcome to the slick ice Mahogany City Gym.
Here no Pokemon on your bench is safe from the cold frost temperatures.




Winning Trainers:
Shely

 
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Section: Pokemons (14 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity Average price
2 x Pryce's Articuno VS 42 Water Common
1 x Pryce's Cloyster VS 40 Water Common
1 x Pryce's Delibird VS 45 Water Common
2 x Pryce's Dewgong VS 39 Water Common
2 x Pryce's Lapras VS 41 Water Common
2 x Pryce's Piloswine VS 44 Water Common
4 x Pryce's Sneasel VS 43 Darkness Rare Holo
 
Section: Energy (18 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity Average price
4 x Darkness Energy N Genesis 104 Basic Energy Rare
1 x Recycle Energy N Genesis 105 Special Energy Rare
3 x Water Energy Emerald 103 Basic Energy Rare
10 x Water Energy EX HP 107 Basic Energy Rare Holo
 
Section: Trainers (28 cards)
  Card Set Number Type Rarity Average price
4 x Bill's Maintenance Expedition 137 Trainer Uncommon
4 x Copycat Expedition 138 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Darkness Cube 01 Aquapolis 119 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Desert Shaman Skyridge 123 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Double Gust N Genesis 100 Trainer Common
2 x Energy Ark N Discovry 75 Trainer Common
2 x Focus Band N Genesis 86 Trainer Rare
3 x Gold Berry N Genesis 93 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Gust of Wind Base Set 93 Trainer Common
1 x Lucky Stadium Blck Promo 41 Trainer Promo
1 x Magnifier N Destiny 101 Trainer Uncommon
2 x Potion Base Set 94 Trainer Common
1 x Pryce's TM 01 VS 115 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Pryce's TM 02 VS 116 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Relic Hunter Skyridge 120 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Team Rocket's Evil Deeds N Destiny 103 Trainer Uncommon
1 x Water Cube 01 Aquapolis 140 Trainer Uncommon
 
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Deck Statistics
Distribution by Poke#
- bar 60  100 %  
 

Distribution by Rarity
Common bar 16  27 %  
Promo bar 2 %  
Rare bar 10  17 %  
Rare Holo bar 14  23 %  
Uncommon bar 19  32 %  
 

Distribution by Subtype
- bar 57  95 %  
Energy bar 5 %  
 

Distribution by Type
- bar 22  37 %  
Darkness bar 7 %  
Energy bar 13  22 %  
Trainer bar 11  18 %  
Water bar 10  17 %  
 



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shely
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Subject:    Posted: January 25, 2012 12:43 am

Mask of Ice I challenge thee
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Subject:    Posted: January 26, 2012 05:34 am

Obviously this isn't a playable deck; there are stage 1 Pokemon with no basics, and even with Energy Ark; is there enough energy for all these higher powered Pokemon?
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Subject:    Posted: January 26, 2012 07:29 am


quote from shely:

Mask of Ice I challenge thee


Here is your Glacier Badge!



quote from riversoblivion:

Obviously this isn't a playable deck; there are stage 1 Pokemon with no basics, and even with Energy Ark; is there enough energy for all these higher powered Pokemon?

Those Pokemon are similar to Pokemon SP. They are basics...but their art shows an evolution.
Pryce has some very weak cards. Extremely weak cards. So I decided to add Kyurem in to balance it out more and not just have an opponent beat me after 6 one hit kills. Pryce's Piloswine is a decent card if it gets heads on Super Icy Wind. Because after he is done, Kyurem will have already hurt Pokemon to spread Glaciate to them too.

As for the Energy count in the deck, 18 is too many. I can draw energy whenever I need it with all those supporter cards I have. In a tournament people use about 14 energy or less now that they have Eel and Typhlosion Prime. One time there was a world champion with only 5 energies in her deck.

Basically I don't care if my Pryce's Pokemon are knocked out as long as I get to build something back in the bench. I will try to swap the pokemon around when they are injured with Pressure System stadium. Regice is meant to just use its Pokemon Power while on the bench.
One real card I can count on is Pryce's Sneasel. It can power up with Darkness energy and bypass grass Pokemon's resistances.

This deck is just for fun and going along with the gym leader trend. Also showing people about VS cards if they've never seen them. I hope the pictures and information for these cards become available soon but staff is still on vacations. I might edit the deck later. For a real Ice-type challenge, wait for me to build the Snowpoint City Gym.
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Subject:    Posted: January 26, 2012 03:23 pm


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Those Pokemon are similar to Pokemon SP. They are basics...but their art shows an evolution.


I don't understand. Piloswine, for example, is not a basic Pokemon; it's a Stage 1 with the basic of Swinub.
Unless they changed something, so that because it's 'Price's Piloswine' it's a basic?
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Subject:    Posted: January 26, 2012 03:58 pm


quote from riversoblivion:


quote:
Those Pokemon are similar to Pokemon SP. They are basics...but their art shows an evolution.


I don't understand. Piloswine, for example, is not a basic Pokemon; it's a Stage 1 with the basic of Swinub.
Unless they changed something, so that because it's 'Price's Piloswine' it's a basic?

It is a basic Pokemon. Nowhere on the card does it have a picture of Swinub.
Take a look at Pokemon * from the EX series; cards like Alakazam * are basic Pokemon and you can only have 1 per deck. From the Neo generation there is Shining Pokemon like Shining Gyarados which is a basic and does not need Shining Magicarp to be played. In Diamond and Pearl packs there are Pokemon SP. SP are the final definition of a Pokemon owned by a trainer. They have their own support cards that can only be used on Pokemon SP and you can even get away with using Team Galactic items on Gym leader's SP Pokemon because they are "Pokemon SP".

- Pokemon *
- Shining Pokemon
- Pokemon SP
- VS series/movie promotional cards

There is a Lucario EX that is a basic.
And cards like Pikachu are both a basic and evolution cards when played with their matching baby Pokemon.
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Subject:    Posted: January 26, 2012 04:18 pm


quote from silverkp:


quote from riversoblivion:


quote:
Those Pokemon are similar to Pokemon SP. They are basics...but their art shows an evolution.


I don't understand. Piloswine, for example, is not a basic Pokemon; it's a Stage 1 with the basic of Swinub.
Unless they changed something, so that because it's 'Price's Piloswine' it's a basic?

It is a basic Pokemon. Nowhere on the card does it have a picture of Swinub.
Take a look at Pokemon * from the EX series; cards like Alakazam * are basic Pokemon and you can only have 1 per deck. From the Neo generation there is Shining Pokemon like Shining Gyarados which is a basic and does not need Shining Magicarp to be played. In Diamond and Pearl packs there are Pokemon SP. SP are the final definition of a Pokemon owned by a trainer. They have their own support cards that can only be used on Pokemon SP and you can even get away with using Team Galactic items on Gym leader's SP Pokemon because they are "Pokemon SP".

- Pokemon *
- Shining Pokemon
- Pokemon SP
- VS series/movie promotional cards

There is a Lucario EX that is a basic.
And cards like Pikachu are both a basic and evolution cards when played with their matching baby Pokemon.


Oooooh. Okay. I did not know that. I got a little behind during the R/S/E up until the B/W, and was not aware of those types of cards.

About the baby Pokemon though, I knew that.
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