Hello again, Some1sPC fam! I am very excited to finally present a deck that I have spent a great amount of time on, and one that surprisingly has built up a bit of hype leading up to the 2019 Pokémon World Championships in DC this month: Beheeyem.
My longtime readers (and hopefully some newfound ones as well) may have seen me play this deck for the first time against my friend, Andrew over at Mahone’s Tricky Gym. Finally, after a lot of careful edits, I am ready to present the deck publicly for the first time. I am so excited to finally give out not one, but two separate lists for this deck, which has been causing my private message box to continually fill. I spent more hours on this deck than anything else in the UPR to UNM format, so I am very pleased to be given the opportunity to showcase my hard work in yet another article.
Before diving into the deck, however, I would like to give a brief history of how the deck has gotten to its current state:
After viewing all of the various cards from Unified Minds, I was slightly displeased with all of the options for new decks. It seemed like a Mew & Mewtwo-GX box deck and a Dark-type box deck would be the only viable options when time to explore new and exciting archetypes for the 2019 Pokémon World Championships this week. However, one card that caught my eye was Beheeyem. An attacker that could, for just one attachment, lock your opponent out of Items and deal 90 damage seemed good in theory. The longer I thought about it, the more potential the card seemed to have. The shuffling effect of the card allowed for an annoying wall to fill the Active position, while also conserving Triple Acceleration Energy rather than discarding it. Synergy with Goomy also allowed for Mysterious Treasure to search a large percentage of the Pokémon within the deck. The newly released Blue's Tactics also allowed us to draw back into Beheeyem and Triple Acceleration Energy after they're shuffled into the deck via "Mysterious Noise." .
At the 2019 North American International Championships in Columbus, I reached out to some friends about the card, and after collaboration from Hunter Butler, Jeff Surran, Kyle Lesniwicz, Rob Stephens, Sam Hough and Nick Robinson a functioning deck was made. Nick’s inclusion of Mareep and Slumbering Forest really took the deck over the top enough to function in the current format, and eventually this list was settled upon:
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