Lance soaked the competition with his collection of Water-type Pokémon, a deck that likely took a lot of players by surprise.
James proved that the Colorless-type Mega Rayquaza-EX can be a contender in competitive play.
Patrick's Mega Manectric-EX deck features a couple of twists, including Ninetales and Kyurem, two Pokémon we haven't seen much in top decks.
Emiliano took a straightforward approach when building his Crobat and Seismitoad-EX deck.
Calvin's deck may feature Mega Manectric-EX, but he has included a lot of other tools to pull out at the right time, including Keldeo-EX, Shaymin-EX, and Exeggcute.
Justin's Landorus-EX and Crobat deck is quick and effective against his opponent's Benched Pokémon. Crobat on the Bench makes Miltank hit for 80 damage for the cost of just one Energy—not bad for a Basic Pokémon.
Alex has a lot of flexibility with his deck that features not only the Colorless-type Mega Rayquaza-EX but a host of Metal-type Pokémon.
To keep his Pokémon-EX in top shape, Xander put Jynx on his Bench to heal his Active Pokémon, then put Mr. Mime on his Bench to protect the Jynx.
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