Brandon breaks down his M Gardevoir EX/Xerneas deck for Standard. This deck is built around the old M Gardevoir EX from Primal Clash.
Breaking down what the top decks are of the 2016-2017 Standard Format for the beginning of the new season.
Vespiquen no longer has Battle Compressor to power up its Bee Revenge, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not longer viable. In this article we go over Vespiquen for the new Standard Format.
M Gardevoir EX was recently released in Steam Siege and it is one of the most interesting Mega Pokemon that Pokemon has released. In this article we take a fresh look at M Gardevoir EX, go over cards it can be played with, and take a look at lists for both the Standard and Expanded formats.
In the final edition of Weekend Report for the 2015-2016 season, we go over the top action from last weekend’s World Championship.
Brandon Flowers goes over his first World Championship where he played his Vespiquen/Vileplume deck to a 12th place finish, using the deck to buzz his way through both Days 1 and 2 of the tournament.
The first Pokemon expansion of the season is here with the release of Steam Siege. Unlike past August sets, this one will be legal for the World Championship later this month. Check out what’s good and what’s not in our Steam Siege set review.
How to use the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online (PTCGO) for playtesting purposes and how to get the most out of your testing on the program.
A look into why Night March ended up being so good at US Nationals as well as the results of US Nationals as a whole. Additionally, a look into Andrew’s 36th place finish at US Nationals with Night March/Vespiquen.
A look at the Win a Trip tournament at the Origins Game Convention. This was a State Championship level tournament played in the US Nationals format in Columbus, Ohio this past weekend. Included in the article is the Night March/Vespiquen deck that Andrew used for Top 8 in the tournament.