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How to Form an Effective Playtesting Group

Brett Stratton

How to Form an Effective Playtesting Group

What’s up Dead Drawers, Brett Stratton here. It’s been a while since I brought an article to y’all, but I’ve had the itch to write lately, so here I am! I’m fresh off of the World Championships. It was my first one, and although I sadly started the day 0-3, I brought it back to 4-4 and still had a great time. It’s too late for regrets about time spent testing and deck choice, and I am beyond excited to jump into a new rotation. I’ve played on and off competitively since 2012, and I feel like this is the...

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The Dark Knight - A Look Into Rogue

Rukan Shao

The Dark Knight - A Look Into Rogue

The Dark Knight Hey everyone, Rukan from team Dead Draw Gaming here! I’ve been messing around with some fun decks and some future format decks while waiting for Worlds. Today I want to share a quick article on a rogue Zoroark variant I’ve had some fun playing on ladder recently. In the upcoming weeks I’ll probably share one or two futuremon decks I’ve been practicing as well, so keep an eye out! The Decklist The Motivation Ever since Madison, Zoroark’s needed a bit more juice to beat Buzzwole. Old favorites like Zoroark Golisopod and Zoroark Lycanroc need to run very...

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Trusting The Process: ProcessRoc, Aka Zoroark-GX / Lycanroc-GX in Standard

Jimmy Taylor

Trusting The Process: ProcessRoc, Aka Zoroark-GX / Lycanroc-GX in Standard

Hello trainers! My name is Jimmy Taylor and this is my first article for Dead Draw Gaming! I am a member of the DDG AM team and have been playing Pokémon for about a year now and have experienced a few big successes in my short time playing, including top 4 at Dallas 2017! Today I am going to be showing you the Zoroark/Lycanroc list that my friend Poet Larsen and I have been playing a variant of it since December; also doing a small tournament report from Portland. Some notable finishes with the list have been: me- top 32...

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Rogue Light

Rukan Shao

Rogue Light

Rogue Light Hello everyone, Rukan of team DDG here with yet another article on Forbidden Light. In this article, I’m going to go over some rogue options for the upcoming standard format. Madison Overview Madison’s quickly approaching and if you want to play rogue, you’ll need to pick now to have enough time to playtest your deck. As of the time I wrote this article, ~500 masters registered for Madison. Portland was the most comparable regional in recent memory, with 469 Masters and a meta that introduced a powerful new fighting archetype (Lucario-GX). Portland hosted a field of 28.5% Zoroark...

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Sylveon is challenging and fun (no really!) to play!

Bryan Hunter

Sylveon is challenging and fun (no really!) to play!

Hello everyone! Bryan Hunter of Dead Draw Gaming here bringing you to my first article for the team. Today we are talking about Sylveon GX. I recently got 2nd place at a league cup using the list Sam Chen and Pablo Meza used for Portland. I felt it would be nice to talk about the deck and possible techs for the deck.   Here is the List Sam Chen And Pablo Meza used for Portland Regionals to get T16. Pokemon - 104x Eevee SUM 1013x Sylveon-GX GRI 921x Ralts BUS 911x Gardevoir-GX BUS 931x Hoopa SLG 55Trainer - 374x Team Flare...

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