This week, I’m analysing a deck that I played against the other day and realised it can pack quite a punch. Hitting for weakness every turn can seem like a complicated strategy and this may be the case, but Arceus manages to pull it off!
Its me, Pikkdogs. I just stopped by for some deck help. Recently I have decided to try to make an Arceus deck, and see how good the deck could be.
I have never liked this deck. It is much too slow and doesn’t hit hard enough. But, because I’ve been wondering what the game might be like next year I thought Arceus might be a viable deck. I also made it because its just a fun deck to play.
In case you don’t know the strategy of this deck, I will do a quick run through. The purpose of the deck is to take advantage of your opponenet’s weakness. To do this the player uses the attack “ripple swell” which attaches 1 energy to each of your Arceus’s in play, as long as you have 6 different types of them. So obviously the player will try to fill their bench on turn 1 or 2 and then use “ripple swell.” Arceus is a somewhat complex deck that can be very difficult to master, and difficult to play against. It hasn’t seen much serious play, but it did take top 4 in Michigan’s states.
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