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In this article, check out Ogerpon ex decks and their elemental masks for Expanded, straight from Twilight Masquerade.

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Twilight Masqueradelink outside website brought us the "legendary" Pokémon from The Teal Mask DLC, Ogerpon, and all its varieties and their types: Grass, Fire, Water, and Fighting.

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Ogergon ex: Expanded Decks

Teal Mask Ogerpon ex

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This deck wants to deal more damage according to the energies attached to both active Pokémon, as teal-mask-ogerpon-ex-twm-25's attack states.


You'll have Venusaur VMAX PR-SW SWSH102 as your second attacker as well. Its first attack deals damage according to the number of Basic Grass Energy sv2 278 on your Pokémon, and its second attack is quite valuable because it deals a considerable amount of damage and also heals Venusaur a bit.

Our third attacker is Celebi & Venusaur-GX TEU 1, which has three attacks: two regular attacks and its "signature GX attack".

As for your fourth attacker, it is also a recursive Pokémon: Virizion V PR-SW SWSH295, which deals 200 damage. Its ability is incredibly useful, and, as it is a V-type Pokémon, you can use Forest Seal Stone SIT 156 on it, and add any card in your deck to your hand.

Recursive Pokémon

To attach energies to your main attackers, you'll use Rillaboom SHF 13's ability or Gardenia's Vigor ASR 143.

To protect them from special statuses, you have Virizion V PR-SW SWSH295.

And you also have Cherrim UPR 11 and its ability, which removes your Grass Pokémon's weakness to Fire Pokémon.

Raging Bolt ex

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This deck works similarly to Reshiram & Charizard-GX UNB 20 and its first attack, "Outrage". However, Hearthflame Mask Ogerpon ex TWM 40 will be your key-Pokémon because of its attack, Wrathful Hearth: it deals 20 damage for each damage counter on it. Then, you also have Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99, which gives your Pokémon 40 HP and 10 damage, and thus is incredibly useful.

So, from 210 HP, Hearthflame Mask Ogerpon ex TWM 40 will have 250 HP, so you can deal up to 20 × 25 (500 damage) with its first attack. With the other 10 damage, you'll deal 510 brute damage, without applying weakness!

As for other attackers in this deck, you have:

- Reshiram V SIT 24 and its first attack, which attaches energies on your bench, and its second attack, which deals 200 damage. You can also use it as one of your support Pokémon because it is a V Pokémon, and thus can take on Forest Seal Stone SIT 156 and activate its V Power.

- Entei V BRS 22 and its ability, which draws from the top of your deck. Besides, it also deals damage according to the number of Pokémon in play, and you can also use Forest Seal Stone SIT 156 on it.

- Volcanion-EX PR-XY XY173, whose recursive ability buffs your Pokémon's attacks by 30 damage. It is also a Water-type attacker, so it's useful against Fire mirror matches.

- Finally, you have Radiant Charizard CRZ 20 as your "endgame" attacker, or late game, if you use Welder UNB 189a or Blacksmith FLF 88 to get the energies it needs.

Recursive Pokémon

- Volcanion-EX PR-XY XY173's ability will help you knock out attackers in general.

- You'll use Ninetales TEU 16's ability, Nine Temptations, to discard two Basic Fire Energy sv3 230 from your hand and somewhat "Boss's Orders" your opponent.

Wellspring Mask Ogerpon ex

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This deck focuses on a "sniper" strategy, so you'll destroy multiple Pokémon at the same time. To do that, ideally you'll first set up Greninja VUnion's entire evolution line to use its attack, Twister Shuriken more times and deal 100 damage to your opponent's benched Pokémon.


To deal the rest of the damage and knock out enemy Pokémon, you'll use Wellspring Mask Ogerpon ex TWM 64 and its attack, Torrential Pump. This attack deals 100 damage to your opponent's active Pokémon and 120 damage to one of their benched Pokémon, but you'll also have to return all Basic Water Energy sv2 279 attached to it to your deck.

Recursive Pokémon

- To get the energies you need, you'll use Baxcalibur PR-SV 19's ability, Super Cold. And, to put it in play, you'll use Archie's Ace in the Hole PRC 124's effect and get back Baxcalibur from your discard pile.

It is also critical to use Superior Energy Retrieval sv2 189 in this deck to get back your energies and keep your cycle going.

- You also have Octillery BKT 33's ability, Abyssal Hand, to draw cards.

- Lumineon V PR-SW SWSH250's ability, Luminous Sign, is incredibly useful, and you can also use it as an attacker.

- There's also Radiant Greninja ASR 46, which will draw you lots of cards with its ability, Concealed Cards, and its attack, Moonlight Shuriken, is another option to deal "sniper" damage.

Cornerstone Mask Ogerpon ex

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This deck is a defensive wall against Pokémon with abilities thanks to Cornerstone Mask Ogerpon ex TWM 112's ability. That's its only purpose.

As other attackers, you have Paldean Tauros sv2 108, which is fast to set up, even more so with the help of Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99. There's also Lucario PR-SW SWSH186 as a "single prize" attacker that wants as many Basic Fighting Energy sv1 258 as possible to deal more damage and then discard them after you use its effect.

Recursive Pokémon

- To attach energies on the first few turns, Koraidon ex PR-SV 29 is excellent because of its Dino Cry ability.

- To not lose any Basic Fighting Energy sv1 258 because your opponent used a discard effect, you'll use Carbink FCO 49, which protects you from effects on Pokémon's attacks, and Trainers that do that.

- To sabotage your opponent's bench slots, you'll use Sudowoodo GRI 66.

- To buff the damage your Fighting Pokémon deal, you have Diancie ◇ FLI 74, which also has synergy with Martial Arts Dojo UNB 179.

Final Words

These were our Ogerpon Mask deck suggestions! I hope they inspire you to create your own decks!

What do you think of them? Will you change or build any of these decks? Tell us your thoughts in our comment section below!

See you next time!