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Pokemon Trading Card Game Gameboy Best Deck, Great Decks

I recently bought the Game Boy Color Pokemon Trading Card Game for the 3DS Virtual Console, and am currently trying to build a Grass-based deck. Supposedly the game is too easy if you tailor your deck to each elemental Club, so I thought I”d try to get through using mostly one type.The GBC game is more intuitive than I thought it would be, and it”s fun so far. I”ve played the main Pokemon series since Red & Blue first came out in the U.S., but pretty much everyone I knew collected the cards rather than playing with them. One problem I have so far is that it”s easy to be paralyzed (like Flinch in the main series) for multiple turns if you get bad coin flips. Expect to wait for a while if you run into a Rhyhorn with Leer that can do something similar, except incurable by Full Heal because it”s not technically an ailment. Has anyone else played this, or the Japan-only sequel?
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Mar 11, 2018
you might be interested in this old threadhttps://www.lisbdnet.com/forums/threads/pokémon-trading-card-game-gbc.3466123/

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Haven”t played it, but have watched a Longplay of it and own the Versus Books strategy guide (an insanely superior product to the official guide).This game has also inspired more crazy “fantasy booking” from me than any other entry in the series: I always try to imagine how the Club Leaders would be integrated into the main series if they were to somehow, someday show up. What would they do? Would they be strictly post-game characters or make storyline cameos here and there? Would they get to show personality and nuance, instead of being empty husks and tools to put some semblance of plot/structure to the game? The most important question: what “mons from their respective types would they use? This all also applies to the Masters, to a lesser extent.Me being a Facility Bot Wannabe, though, I would rather they simply appear in battle facilities and have the original Club Leader theme playing…this also reminds me, the soundtrack is insanely kickass and arguably the best soundtrack to ever come out of a GB or GBC game.Have fun with that, adman.

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Mar 11, 2018
After intimidating the members of the Grass Club to give me more booster packs, I got some Tangelas and Pinsirs. You”ll gain a new respect for Tangela after playing this game, trust me. Stun Spore has a coin flip chance of paralysis for 1 Grass energy to stall for more cards. If you build it up to 2 Grass energy and 1 Colorless, you can get a guaranteed Poison with Poison Whip.Poison deals 10 damage per turn in a game where the bulkiest Pokemon has maybe 120 HP at most, and Basic Pokemon tend to have much less than that.(Why do they give you booster packs when you beat them? Then again, I should ask the same thing about the player characters beating up preschoolers” teams to steal their pocket change in the main series. . .) The rival Ronald is pretty much Blue from RBY, except the arrogant personality seems sillier when he has a deck of cards instead of real Pokemon to summon.EDIT: As for the Club Leaders, I hope that if they ever make it into the main series, they will use Pokemon that correspond to the broader types of the card game. (e.g. The Grass Club leader would use Grass, Bug, and Poison types.)
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sin(pi)lucky n bad
Mar 12, 2018
I”ve played of these, managed to find a fan translation of the sequel. Best deck is probably still Haymaker, but that becomes rather boring after a while. Blastoise (with a some combination of Gyarados/Articuno/Lapras) is by far and away the best monocolour deck, though Venusaur/Egg sounded pretty fun and I would try and build towards that if you”re playing grass. Probably isn”t super consistent, but you”ll have a blast playing it, and Venusaur can abuse Pokémon Center and super potion which is cute.You definitely want 4 ER and 1-4 SER in every deck you build, then 3-4 Oak, Comp Search, Itemfinder, Bill (in order of urgency). That does take a while but it”ll bump your winrate up a lot.

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Mar 12, 2018
Easily my favorite Pokemon spin-off game. It translates the physical card game very well into a digital version and I”m surprised it”s not more popular. I low-key hope for a NA release of Here Comes Team GR! during each Nintendo Direct.Personally I play with a Fire/Lightning Haymaker-ish deck featuring Electabuzz and Fossil Magmar, but I also enjoy using some cards that I like even if they aren”t amazing (like the Cat Punch Meowth and the GB-only Eeveelutions). I do like how every single piece of music in this game is a perfect 10/10, it”s all so catchy and upbeat.

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adman2
Mar 12, 2018
I just defeated Nikki, the Grass Club leader. She must be a sad case to lose to a new player with a monotype deck. . .of the same type!Here”s the deck I have right now. It”s not perfect, but enough booster packs should improve it somewhat:PokemonBulbasaur: 3Ivysaur: 1Venusaur: 1Caterpie: 4Metapod: 2Butterfree: 2 (This saved me from Exeggutor at the end by using Whirlwind to force a switch)Nidoran F: 3 (Yeah, it”s an annoying card that depends entirely on coin flips to work)Bellsprout: 2Weepinbell: 1Tangela: 4 (This can paralyze with one Energy, or poison once built up a bit.)Pinsir: 2 (A star of the deck. Guillotine hurts, and its other attack can paralyze)TrainerProfessor Oak: 1 (Gimme more! I often have crummy hands, so being able to discard them is nice.)Bill: 2 (Why don”t more booster packs have these? Drawing cards with no drawbacks is good.)Energy Retrieval: 1Energy Search: 2 (I should probably put more of these in the deck.)Pluspower: 2Defender: 1Gust of Wind: 1Potion: 2Full Heal: 2EnergyGrass: 18 (What did you expect?)Psychic: 3 (in case I ever need to use Exeggcute, who requires it for one attack)Double Colorless Energy: 1 (several Grass Pokemon can use colorless energy)EDIT: Wow! I didn”t expect Gene of the Rock Club to be that easy even with his elemental weakness to Grass. A new Pokemon Breeder card let me get Butterfree really early in the match, and it destroyed his Diglett and Onix. After that, he ran out of Pokemon and the match ended. Some of these Trainer cards must have been banned in the physical card game after 1st gen. . .

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