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Evolutions on the Rise “These are some of the Stage 1 and Stage 2 Pokemon that could see a rise in play thanks to the new rules going into effect on Friday. Do you agree or disagree with any of the choices? Did I fail to mention a Pokemon who you think could make a mark on the new format? Let me know in the comments section below!
Five Cards That Benefit from the Catcher Errata “Pokemon Catcher now hinges on a coin flip, so naturally many people will be looking for alternative cards that guarantee gusting up a chosen Pokemon from the opposition’s Bench. There are two cards that immediately spring to mind: Ninetales DRX and Genesect EX. Unlike Genesect, Ninetales does not require a deck to be using Plasma Energies and use their Energy attachment for the turn to activate the Ability. The downsides, of course, to Ninetales are Bright Look only works immediately after you evolve your Vulpix, it can only be used once, it can’t be used Turn 1, and being a Stage…
The Top 10 Cards That Will Shape Cities “We’ll start with the honorable mentions. These are cards that I think will be impactful, but have already been more integrated into the game. Tool Scrapper Tool Scrapper had been around since the beginning of last season and has really sat on the back burners for a while. At the end of last season the card saw a bit of play at Nationals and Worlds, but didn’t really see much play until the Klaczynski Open and now at Regionals. The card can be devastating and game changing when played at the right time, getting rid of Dark Claws, Float Stones,…
With the hair wrapped around its body helping to enhance its muscles, this Pokémon can overwhelm even Machamp. (Grimmsnarl)
It’s so strong that it can knock out some opponents in a single hit, but it also may forget what it’s battling midfight. (Cramorant)
This Pokémon generates electricity and channels it into its legs to keep them going strong. _______ can run nonstop for three full days. (Boltund)