Standard Deck Tech: Hisuian Electrode-V
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See another amazing and curious deck from Hisuian Electrode-V, which for no energy at the cost of its attack, can deal up to 300 damage!Edit Article
without needing energy to deal damage: Hisuian Electrode-V.
Hisuian Electrode-V: No energy damage
Deck AnalysisHisuian Electrode V LOR 172 uses its first attack
Tantrum Blastfor no energy cost and deals 100 times the damage for each special condition it suffers, managing to deal up to 300 damage easily (if you count it in the poison, burn, paralysis, and/or asleep status).
Lethargy Spores, which both active Pokémon are poisoned and asleep. - Spicy Seasoned Curry ASR 151, where your active Pokémon is in the special burn condition and heals 40 damage. With this additional condition, you gain one more, for a total of 3 while
Hisuian Electrodecan stack, dealing 300 damage for no energy!
Recursive PokémonFrom resource-seeking Pokémon to the game's set-up, we have: 1) The line with Bidoof BRS 120 and Bibarel BRS 121 with their
Industrious Incisorsability that during your turn, you can draw up to 5 cards in your hand during your turn (only executed by one Bibarel that is in play); 2) Crobat V DAA 104 with its
Dark Assetability, which if played from your hand to your bench, you can draw until you have 6 cards in your hand; 3) Manaphy BRS 41 with its
Wave Veltability, which grants protection to your Benched Pokémon if they take direct damage from the opponent's attacks, that is, damage from Pokémon with "spread" attack, such as "snipers". 4) Oranguru SSH 148 has the ability
Primate Wisdom, which grants a card exchange, in which you choose one from your hand to go to the top of the deck, and you take that card from the top of your deck to your hand.
Trainer CardsNow let's talk about the most relevant Trainer cards for deck analysis:
keyof this deck, being a Trainer Item Tool card: the Pokémon that has this card equipped doesn't suffer from paralysis and sleep.
AdvantagesPractically, a zero cost deck to power up, and it can deal tons of damage, and 300 damage knocks out 90% of the Pokémon of the current format, which has an average base of 270 HP.
DisadvantagesDecks that can inhibit from using Trainer Item cards, such as Vikavolt V DAA 60 or cards that discard Tools, such as Charizard V BRS 17's
Incinerateor Pokémon that
don't suffer from special effects if you try to use the Parasect's ability. For the Standard format, there aren't many control deck archetypes that would inhibit the use of these Trainer Item cards, but in the Expanded format, there are many, most notably Vileplume AOR 3. It's also difficult to counter decks that don't take damage from basic Pokémon, such as Flying Pikachu VMAX CEL 7.