Before I get into the article, I have a couple of announcements to make. First, Ed and I at teamomar.com would like to wish you and yours a great Christmas, even though it is a couple days late. I hope you guys could meet with family and friends and have a good time. Second, our first ever contest is currently running. So far the entries have been scant, so if you enter the contest before the deadline, you should have a decent chance at getting a prize. Okay announcements are over, time to get to the article.
I must issue a disclaimer first, this deck isn’t very good and won’t win a tournament but can be comeptitive against almost any deck. If you don’t care if you win a tournament or not and just want to win a couple games, this deck could be for you.
I got this idea the day before the first City Championship that I went to this year. I had been struggling all week to perfect my Gyarados deck, and wasn’t having any success. So I decided I should either fix the deck quick, or think of something else to play. After doing some thinking, I took a jog. On that jog I thought of ways to play a shuppet donk deck, and how to put together a Magnezone deck. When I came back from the run I was sure that I came back with a consistent Magnezone list, all I had to do was put it together.
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