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'''TyRam''', also commonly known as '''ReshiPhlosion''', was a popular {{TCG|deck archetype}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]] during the later part of the '10-'11 and the beginning of the '11-'12 {{TCG|Pokémon Organized Play|Organized Play}} seasons, following the format rotation to HGSS-on. It has seen a lot of play in major tournaments, and took both 3rd and 4th place in the Masters division of the 2011 Pokémon TCG World Championships. The deck's strategy focuses on consistently attacking with {{TCG ID|Black & White|Reshiram|26}}'s ''Blue Flare'' to do 120 damage every turn, starting turn 2 or 3.
 
'''TyRam''', also commonly known as '''ReshiPhlosion''', was a popular {{TCG|deck archetype}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]] during the later part of the '10-'11 and the beginning of the '11-'12 {{TCG|Pokémon Organized Play|Organized Play}} seasons, following the format rotation to HGSS-on. It has seen a lot of play in major tournaments, and took both 3rd and 4th place in the Masters division of the 2011 Pokémon TCG World Championships. The deck's strategy focuses on consistently attacking with {{TCG ID|Black & White|Reshiram|26}}'s ''Blue Flare'' to do 120 damage every turn, starting turn 2 or 3.
   
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{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|Black & White|Reshiram|26}}|Fire||Rare Holo}}
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{{decklist/entry|3/2/3|{{TCG ID|HeartGold & SoulSilver|Typhlosion|110}}|Fire||Rare Holo}}
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{{decklist/entry|2/2|{{TCG ID|Unleashed|Ninetales|20}}|Fire||Rare}}
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{{decklist/entry|1|{{TCG ID|HeartGold & SoulSilver|Cleffa|17}}|Colorless||Rare}}
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{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG ID|EX Sandstorm|Rare Candy|88}}|Item||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|Emerging Powers|Pokémon Catcher|95}}|Item||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|HeartGold & SoulSilver|Pokémon Communication|98}}|Item||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG ID|Base Set|PlusPower|84}}|Item||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|Triumphant|Junk Arm|87}}|Item||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|HeartGold & SoulSilver|Pokémon Collector|97}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|4|{{TCG ID|HeartGold & SoulSilver|Professor Oak's New Theory|101}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|3|{{TCG ID|Undaunted|Sage's Training|77}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|2|{{TCG ID|Black & White|Professor Juniper|101}}|Supporter||Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/entry|10|{{TCG|Fire Energy}}|Energy|Fire|None}}
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{{decklist/entry|2|{{TCG ID|Triumphant|Rescue Energy|90}}|Energy|Colorless|Uncommon}}
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{{decklist/footer}}
   
Typical Decklist:
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4 Reshiram
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3/2/3 Typhlosion Prime
 
 
2/2 Ninetales
 
 
1 Cleffa
 
 
 
4 Pokémon Collector
 
 
4 Professor Oak's New Theory
 
 
3 Sage's Training
 
 
2 Professor Juniper
 
 
 
3 Rare Candy
 
 
4 Pokémon Catcher
 
 
4 Pokémon Communication
 
 
3 PlusPower
 
 
4 Junk Arm
 
 
 
 
10 Fire Energy
 
 
2 Rescue Energy
 
 
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Revision as of 16:59, 20 February 2012

TyRam (ReshiPhlosion)
Types used Fire
Major cards Reshiram, Typhlosion, Ninetales

TyRam, also commonly known as ReshiPhlosion, was a popular deck archetype in the Pokémon TCG during the later part of the '10-'11 and the beginning of the '11-'12 Organized Play seasons, following the format rotation to HGSS-on. It has seen a lot of play in major tournaments, and took both 3rd and 4th place in the Masters division of the 2011 Pokémon TCG World Championships. The deck's strategy focuses on consistently attacking with Reshiram's Blue Flare to do 120 damage every turn, starting turn 2 or 3.

The deck list appearing below is not official; it is meant to represent an average build of the archetype, not specifically constructed for any regional metagame. Being that this is merely an archetype, a player may wish to change any part of this deck when building his or her own version.

Quantity Card Type Rarity
Reshiram Fire Rare Holo
3/2/3× Typhlosion Fire Rare Holo
2/2× Ninetales Fire Rare
Cleffa Colorless Rare
Rare Candy I Uncommon
Pokémon Catcher I Uncommon
Pokémon Communication I Uncommon
PlusPower I Uncommon
Junk Arm I Uncommon
Pokémon Collector Su Uncommon
Professor Oak's New Theory Su Uncommon
Sage's Training Su Uncommon
Professor Juniper Su Uncommon
10× Fire Energy Fire E
Rescue Energy Colorless E Uncommon


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