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Shiftry/Delcatty/Furret (TCG)

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{{ArchetypeInfobox
|title=Shiftry/Delcatty/Furret
|image=ShiftryEXHiddenLegends14.jpg
|image2=FurretAquapolis48.jpg
|caption={{TCG ID|EX Hidden Legends|Shiftry|14}} and {{TCG ID|Aquapolis|Furret|48}}
|cards={{TCG ID|EX Hidden Legends|Shiftry|14}}, {{TCG ID|EX Ruby & Sapphire|Delcatty|5}}, {{TCG ID|Aquapolis|Furret|48}}, and {{TCG ID|EX Sandstorm|Dunsparce|60}}
|types={{e|Darkness}}{{e|Colorless}}{{e|Grass}}
|era=2004
}}
'''Shiftry/Delcatty/Furret''' was a [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] {{TCG|deck archetype}} that saw success toward the end of the 2003-2004 season, after the release of {{TCG|EX Hidden Legends}} in June 2004. It lacks a more concise name; players of the era would likely refer to it simply as ''{{TCG ID|EX Hidden Legends|Shiftry|14}}'', which is a bit of a misnomer (at least in a historical context) because the deck would not have functioned without the support provided by {{TCG ID|EX Ruby & Sapphire|Delcatty|5}} and {{TCG ID|Aquapolis|Furret|48}}. <!--If you have information about this deck's tournament performance, please include it here!-->

==Strategy==

==Key cards==
[[File:DelcattyEXRubySapphire5.jpg|thumb|left|200px|{{TCG ID|EX Ruby & Sapphire|Delcatty|5}}]]

==Typical decklist==
{{DeckArchetype|an {{TCG|Expedition}} through {{TCG|EX Hidden Legends}}}}
{{decklist/header}}
{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|EX Hidden Legends|Shiftry|14}}|Darkness||Rare Holo}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG ID|EX Hidden Legends|Nuzleaf|45}}|Darkness||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|EX Hidden Legends|Seedot|71}}|Grass||Common}}
{{decklist/entry|2|{{TCG ID|EX Ruby & Sapphire|Delcatty|5}}|Colorless||Rare Holo}}
{{decklist/entry|2|{{TCG ID|EX Ruby & Sapphire|Skitty|44}}|Colorless||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|2|{{TCG ID|Aquapolis|Furret|48}}|Colorless||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|2|{{TCG ID|Aquapolis|Sentret|107}}|Colorless||Common}}
{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|EX Sandstorm|Dunsparce|60}}|Colorless||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG|Desert Shaman}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Steven's Advice}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Copycat}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Oracle}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Rare Candy}}|Trainer||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|1|{{TCG|Switch}}|Trainer||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|1|[[Ancient Technical Machine (EX Hidden Legends 85)|Ancient Technical Machine [Rock]]]|Trainer||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Desert Ruins}}|Stadium||Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|4|[[Darkness Energy (Neo Genesis 104)|Special Darkness Energy]]|Energy|Darkness|Rare}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Double Rainbow Energy}}|Energy|Rainbow|Rare}}
{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG|Boost Energy}}|Energy|Colorless|Uncommon}}
{{decklist/entry|6|{{TCG|Grass Energy}}|Energy|Grass|None}}
{{decklist/footer}}

==Possible tech cards==
''The following cards were often used in MetaByss in place of certain cards included in the above list.''

==See also==
* [[2004 World Championships (TCG)]]

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[[Category:Deck archetypes]]