The first post-catcher decklist I gave you was a Mew Prime deck. It relied on Vileplume to lock trainers, Pidgeot to stall, and Jumpluff to attack (through Mew Prime of course). Pedro, tell the nice people how to view the previous article.
If you were lucky enough to miss the last article about Mew Prime, and you for soe reason want to change your luck, you can view it here.
Thank You Pedro. Since the last article my mind has changed about Mew Prime a couple times. When I first tested it I thought it was one of the best decks in the post catcher era. Than I did more testing, built other decks, and played matches against other people. The final straw with my Mew deck was when Ed’s deck took apart my Mew deck.
If Ed beats you that bad, it indeed is a bad sign.
I agree Pedro. So after that match I decided to try to find a different deck. I tried a couple decks but nothing …Continue reading "Mew Lock Deck Update and Testing Results"