Talk:Deck archetype (TCG)
Ok what if I know the the typical decklist and strategy/point of the deck (both from experience going against and using the decks) but I don't know any verbatim history? (like who first popularized it, etc) What do I do?? I can do Gardy+Gallade, Mother Gengar/Queengar, Salamence+Delcatty, Scizor+Cherrim, Shuppet hit-and-run, Palkia LV.X+Flygon (Stallgon), and Shaymin LV.X+Yanmega (thats my home deck but I'm sure some others have used it). So I know alot. --Sivart345 20:33, 8 February 2010 (UTC)
- Oh, those are some good decks. It really would be great to have someone else writing these... if you don't know a particular section, leave it blank with a tag stating that the section is incomplete. I should be able to clean it up once you finish. Include as much as you can, though. --ニョロトノ666 20:40, 8 February 2010 (UTC)
When adding decks
Add Wiggly Deck!
Wigglytuff decks from Jungle-on was a very powerful deck, possibly on par with Haymaker, though it was a completely different deck. They were generally run with Cleffas and Scythers to help fill the deck up quickly. -- Nick15 05:15, 18 May 2011 (UTC)
Night March Page?
Night March is a huge deck in the format, and has been huge since it was printed. I believe it deserves its own article, similar to Porydonk (TCG) I'm still new to this forum thing -Pikachu6780 (talk) 00:09, 13 April 2016 (UTC)