Ultra Prism Deck Tech – Glaceon-GX ULP

Hello everybody, PikaPoster here, and welcome to another Deck Tech post. Today we will be looking at my personal favorite Pokémon card, Glaceon-GX.


Glaceon-GX [W] 200HP

[ABILITY] Freezing Gaze
As long as this Pokémon is your Active Pokémon, your opponent’s Pokémon-GX and Pokémon-EX in play, in their hand, and in their discard pile have no Abilities, except for Freezing Gaze.

[W][C][C] Frost Bullet 90
This attack does 30 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)

[W][C][C] Polar Spear-GX 50x
This attack does 50 damage for each damage counter on your opponent’s Active Pokémon. (You can’t use more than 1 GX attack in a game.)

Weakness – [M] x2
Resistance – [NONE]
Retreat Cost – [C][C]


When I first saw the leak with this card, I felt like I was going to scream. The ability to disable T1 Lele and a decent attack as well!? This has to be too good to be true! It even has a GX attack that can bee good in a pinch. I truly think this card is amazing.

Alolan Ninetales-GX

Alolan Ninetales-GX is a card that was good for a while, but fell as other decks surpassed it in strength. However, with the support of Glaceon-GX, this card could become good again.


To put it simply, Lapras-GX is a basic, well rounded water type with a variety of nice moves. It has a good damage output, doing 160 base damage every other turn, and with the help of Manaphy-EX, it can combo very well with Glaceon, attacking one turn, free retreating and using Glaceon the next. I think this is one of the best ways to go.


Sometimes, Glaceon doesn’t want a partner. Sometimes, it wants to be annoying an only have hammers, grunts, and Guzma as company. Sometimes, it makes your opponent throw the table through the ceiling in frustration. This is what happens when you play quad Glaceon.

Deck List

For my list today, I will be building a Lapras-GX varient. It will involve a very minimalistic Pokémon line, so it is very simple to play. You can find the full printable proxy list Here.

Pokémon – 12

4 Eevee (Energy Evolution)
3 Glaceon-GX
3 Lapras-GX
2 Tapu Lele-GX

Trainers – 34

3 Professor Sycamore
3 N
2 Cynthia
3 Guzma

4 Ultra Ball
4 Aqua Patch
4 Max Elixir
2 Field Blower
1 Rescue Stretcher
4 Choice Band
2 Float Stone

2 Brooklet Hill

Energy – 14

10 Water Energy
4 Double Colorless Energy

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