Before you read this, I want to mention that this isn’t really an article. It is a short post with the ZoroPod list I have been working on and a little bit of commentary.
Why did we give up on ZoroPod?
There’s a common trend of players thinking ZoroPod is not as good as another Zoroark variant and then giving up on the deck. Only one ZoroPod placed in all of the top 64 at Offenbach. I believe we are in a phase where the deck is being underrated, which gives it a good shot at being a viable option again.
This is the list that Matthew Houtput made 51st place at Offenbach with:
|Pokémon – 18||Trainers – 35||Energy – 7|
|4||Zorua||4||Guzma||4||Nest Ball||4||Double Colorless|
|4||Zoroark GX||3||Cynthia||4||Ultra Ball||3||Grass|
|2||Golisopod GX||2||Acerola||3||Choice Band|
|2||Tapu Lele GX||1||Lillie||1||Enhanced Hammer|
|1||Slugma||1||Professor Kukui||1||Field Blower|
|1||Magcargo||1||Apricorn Maker||1||Max Potion|
|1||Tapu Koko||1||Weakness Policy|
|1||Oranguru||2||Devoured Field||1||Rescue Stretcher|
I do like this list, but I definitely think there are several cards it needs swapped around. This is the list I have been testing: