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Speed March – Top 8 Dandenong Cities Report

After the previous week’s performance with Night Marchers, I wanted to give them another crack for this tournament. Even though the Megas (especially Aggron) would pose a problem for the Marchers, the Marchers gained speed through Acro Bike. Furthermore, I was planning on running my Tropius (PLB) build which would help in taking down the Primal Megas. On the morning ...

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Pokémon TCG – Attaining the Art of Consistency

How often does your deck do what you want it to? This is the question at the heart of consistency. If your answer to my question was “not often”, then consider continuing to read this article for some tips as to how to make your deck more consistent. If you answered “often enough”, it may be worthwhile reading in case ...

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Pokémon TCG: Phantom Forces Top 15 Cards

In accordance with the (pre)release of Phantom Forces, I have compiled a list of the top 15 cards which I think will either see a lot of play, have the potential to change the metagame and/or do something really cool. Does my top 15 match yours? Read on to find out! A couple of words about the set: the set ...

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Milk-Free – A Dandenong Delphox League Challenge Report

Greetings all, and welcome to my report on the Dandenong Next Level Games Delphox League Challenge (04/10/14). As the title suggests (somewhat), I played Butterfree/Miltank. Whilst it is more commonly known as ButterMilk, other fun names include Tank Butter and Free Tank. I’ve wanted to play this deck for a while as it offers Stage 2 evolution speed (of the ...

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Stealth Rock and Bulk – PokeMelbourne Tournament Report

Hi all, I’m David and I am a new article writer for Pokémon Australia. I hope to write about something TCG related on a weekly basis; whether this be a certain deck, a booster pack analysis, tournament report or something else. Nonetheless, my first article will be about VGC, and my run at the recent PokeMelbourne tournament where I was ...

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