This week will see the the newest Pokémon TCG set 'Burning Shadows' become tournament legal. Not only that, the set's debut will happen on the biggest stage - The 2017 Pokémon World Championships.
In this article, I will be talking about a recent tournament where I finished in second place with the Metagross-GX deck.
Just over a week ago, The Pokémon Company International announced on Pokémon.com the standard format rotation for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
Our first Pokémon league challenge last Sunday has come a close and with it, marks the introduction of the new set: Guardians Rising to Standard Play here in Brisbane.
To give players a head start on solving the incoming metagame and making informed decisions ahead of the first weekend of events for the newest set, I go over cards worthy of note.
Keeping in mind the limited viability a theme deck has by itself, I have come up with a few tips to optimize your theme deck into an affordable, competitive deck. This serves as a starting guide for
Friday May 5th marks the release date of Pokémon’s second foray into the Sun & Moon era of the trading card game with ‘Guardians Rising’. Today I want to cover three cards set to shake up the
I’d decided earlier in the week that I would try a Gardevoir deck which mixes the two M Gardevoir-EX cards in format. The archetype had done well recently at a regional championship internationally and I played a
Pokémon Sun & Moon marks the first 7th generation entry into the long running series of games. Anthony & Jessica open a box and give us their thoughts.
This begged the question: how was I able to play Vileplume Toolbox in a field of unfavourable matchups?