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Today, we'll be visiting yet another absurdly broken deck for the Unlimited format: Porygon 2 GE. Like Crobat G spam, this deck is capable of winning on the first turn with relative ease. Below, you will find heytrainer.org/forum member Jade's deck list, as well as some of his elaboration on the strategy:


"Deck List Dump: Unlimited Porygon2/Seeker Spam

Pokemon (20):
4 Jirachi DX
4 Unown R
3 Uxie LA
2 Porygon2 GE
2 Porygon GE
1 Azelf LA
1 Rotom UD
1 Ditto RG
1 Drifblim UD
1 Drifloon MD

Trainers/Stadiums/Supporters (39):
4 Computer Search
4 Item Finder
4 Pokedex Handy910is
4 Pokedrawer+
4 Pokemon Communication
4 Quick Ball
4 Super Scoop Up
4 Seeker
2 Broken Time Space
1 Luxury Ball
1 Mr Fuji
1 Pokemon Retriever
1 VS Seeker
1 Windstorm

Energy (1):
1 Boost Energy

Quick Strategy: Spam Seeker by using Porygon2 GE's Download Pokepower to remove an Opponent's Benched Pokemon as well as picking up your own Porygon2 GE to reuse the Download PokePower to keep the chain going. Once you have got rid of the Opponent's bench, use Drifblim UD's Take Away attack to seal the game win.

There is a few noticable game combinations:
Rotom UD & Azelf MT.
In Modified, you usually do not find the right consistency to sacrifice a bench space just for Rotom and get the cards right away in a pinch, hence why Alph Lithograph is better in that area. However in Unlimited, you have far more consistency and can clear a bench space if you need to play down Rotom for the Mischeavious Trick PokePower. It worked wonders after using Azelf LA's Time Work PokePower, and if you notice a key card like Boost Energy, or a VS Seeker being prized - this is your opportunity to locate it and switch the topdeck with, and can draw right away by many draw cards such as Pokedex Handy910is, Pokedrawer+, and Unown R.

Uxie LA, Professor Oak:
You may see why I do not run Professor Oak, it is all due to the mass versatility of Uxie LA with cards like Scoop Up and Seeker. Normally in a game, you would use the Seeker in the Supporter slot for picking up a Uxie, and reserve most of the remaining Seekers for chaining Porygon2's Download Pokepower while saving the 5th (usually last) Seeker to pick up Uxie instead of Porygon2 GE to draw more cards, as well as using 4 Scoop Up mainly for reusing Uxie LA's Set Up Pokepowers.

Windstorm:
The 60th card slot in the deck, mainly to counter the deck's biggest blockage - Unown G. Yep, that's right, if someone attached Unown G to their Active Pokemon, that would prevent you from Take Away a win - hence the reason for this card. Alternatively, you could go for Gust of Wind...Or even Warp Point...

This post was brought to you by the one, and the only Jade (with input from Heytrainer himself)."