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| "This is what I live for!"
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Daniel is a regular at the Game Store in Pokémon Trading Card Game Online. He can be faced in the City Championship in the Trainer Challenge for a total of two matches.
"Daniel has been playing the Pokémon TCG competitively since he was 12. He's attended the World Championships several times, and he placed 61st one year. Though he's pursuing a PhD in Political Science, he still takes time out to practice the violin...and play Pokémon.
After defeating Cammie in the seventh round of the City Championship, players move on to face Daniel in round eight. He uses a Lightning /Fighting deck. After defeating Daniel, players move on to face Mick.
Later in the tournament, players face Daniel again in the finals after defeating Tyson.
Daniel's XY decks
Daniel's retired decks
Daniel's Early XY era decks
Easy deck (List missing 8 cards)
Medium deck (List missing 58 cards)
Hard deck (List missing 58 cards)
Daniel's Black & White era decks
City Championship #2 (List missing 58 cards)
Daniel's initial decks
City Championship #1 / #2 (List missing 9 cards)
- City Championship, before the first game: "Ah, <player>. I've heard a lot about you. Time to test your skills for myself..."
- City Championship, before the second game: "<player>. I had a feeling it would come to this. I'm glad to have a worthy opponent."
- Match setup:
- "Otis talked me up, huh? It's true. I haven't dropped a game. Let's see if YOU can break my winning streak..."
- "This is it, then. One game for all the marbles. Winner takes all. Ready when you are..."
- Player loss:
- "And my streak remains unbroken! Still, you gave me a run for my money. Again? I wouldn't mind seeing more of your deck..."
- "Tsk. Bad luck. Still, a win is a win, right? Now, if you'll hand me my trophy..."
- Player win:
- "Well, played, <player>. My first loss of the day. I expect to meet you in the finals. Don't slip up..."
- "And the home team is victorious! Congratulations. You made coming here worthwhile. I hope to see you at the State Championship..."
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B&W era of the game