Go to https://player.rk9labs.com/decklist/. Decklist Creator opens in a Standard format decklist. To switch to an Expanded format decklist, click on the Expanded format link at the top of the page.
Start by typing a card name in the search box. Tap a card image to add it, and tap again to add more. If you tap underneath the caption, it will subtract one instead! If you go over 4 copies of a Pokémon or Trainer it will reset to 1. Tap a row in the decklist to remove all of those cards. Reload the page to clear the entire list.
How do I save a decklist?
Once you have created a legal decklist of 60 cards, tap Save legal decklist. You will need to authenticate with your Google Account to log in. You can save as many decklists as you need; the most recently saved list will always appear at the top of your Decklist Index page. You can also type a comment to save with each list, to differentiate one build from another.
Why are you using Google Accounts for authentication?
For increased security! Rather than issue you yet another username and password to remember, we are relying on Google keeping an account for you most securely, so by you authenticating with Google we trust them to tell us who you are. Google has many account security features like verification via voice and SMS, two-factor authentication, password recovery options, even using your smartphone to login. You can have multiple Google Accounts; one for work, one for personal use, one for school, and maybe one especially for these kind of things. You can even change the email address on a Google Account later!
Pro Tip: Always register for a tournament with the same email address you use for Decklist Creator, so your registrations are automatically added to Your Registrations list.
What information does Google share with RK9 Labs?
The only information Google shares with RK9 Labs is the email address and a unique identifier for the Google Account. The unique identifier lets you preserve your decklists if you decide to change the email address. Google will not share your password or any other personal information. You will see this confirmation from Google when you first login:
How do I set up a new Google Account?
Go to https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/27441 to begin. A Google Account can be enabled for an existing email address you already have, or you can create a new Gmail address and let Google host an new email account if you want to. If you want to use an existing email address, be sure to click Use my current email address instead on the Create your Google Account screen.
When possible, RK9 recommends that you use the same email address for the Google Account that you use for registering for tournaments. This will prove your identity to both systems, and is the easiest way to access your registrations to submit a decklist to a tournament. (If the email addresses don't match, you will still be able to submit decklists using a longer procedure.)
I'm having trouble logging into my Google Account, it is redirecting me or giving me other errors?
On your Decklist Index page, there is a green Submit button for each saved decklist. When you click it, you will be able to submit that decklist for any of your registrations, if the tournament has opened up decklist submission. You can also come back to this page to see the last decklist you submitted. We've created more detailed instructions on how to submit a decklist if you need them.
It is showing me INCOMPATIBLE when I try to submit. Why?
This will happen when you attempt to submit an Expanded format decklist to a Standard format tournament. You will need to create a new Standard list and then submit that one.
I used a different email to register, how do I claim my registration to be able to submit a decklist?
If you used a different email address for your registration and don’t see it under Your Registrations, you will need to claim that registration using the Registration # found at the bottom of your confirmation email and your Player ID. This confirms your identity, and allows you to claim that registration as your own. The system will email both parties each time a claim is made, so don't try to claim someone else's registration!
To claim a registration, click the orange Claim via Registration ID button. This will take you to a screen where you can enter in your Registration # and Player ID. Once you've done that, it will appear in Your Registrations list, and you can submit a decklist for it.
What if I have kids? Can I submit decklists for multiple people?
Yes, we understand your email address may have paid for multiple registrations. Similarly, you will be able to submit decklists for each of these registrations. If you are creating decklists for multiple people, be sure to include a name or initials in the decklist comment to avoid confusion of whose is whose.
How do I edit a decklist?
The decklist creator is designed to easily save copies. Click the Copy button to start editing an older list. When you save it, it will be its own decklist. Remember to give it a name! Then you can delete the older list if you want, by clicking the Delete button on it. (Don't worry, it will ask you for confirmation.)
I already submitted my decklist, but I want to change it. Can I submit a new one?
Yes, you can submit a decklist as many times as you'd like, up until the deadline. Each time you submit a new one, it overwrites the one previously submitted, and you will be able to see the last one you submitted. Knowing you can make a change, submitting a decklist early is actually a very good idea, so you're not scrambling at the last minute just in case something happens.
Can I use the decklist creator on my smart phone?
Yes, the site is optimized for mobile. You will need be on Wi-Fi or use cellular data to access the site. The site consumes minimal data, as each card image is less than 50 kilobytes, but still has enough resolution so that you can zoom in and read the text on the card.
I have more questions, who can I email for support?