Friday, September 27, 2013

Bisharp #73/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Bisharp Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Bisharp from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the first of two consecutive Bisharp cards I'll be reviewing from this set.  Bisharp is a stage 1, darkness type Pokemon card, with an hp of 100.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Bisharp does not have an Ability, but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Slash, this move requires one colorless energy card and does 40 damage.  Bisharp's second move is called Dragon Slayer, this move requires three energy cards, two darkness and one colorless, and does 80 damage plus 40 more damage if the defending Pokemon is a dragon type Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Bisharp is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Pawniard into play (I reviewed both Pawniard cards from this set the past two days) and then evolve Pawniard into Bisharp.  If you read my Pawniard reviews you'll know that I thought both cards from this set are average and both can be used in a deck on their own, so when choosing which one to use with this Bisharp card, you'll have to think about wanting a safer or a riskier card to use.  So whichever Pawniard card you choose, I would definitely make sure to use this Bisharp card with it, I would have at least a 2-2 or 3-2 line of Pawniard and Bisharp in a darkness type deck.  You can move Pawniard into the active Pokemon spot immediately or wait until it is evolved into Bisharp, then use whichever move you can on Bisharp.  Because Slash is so quick, you'll want to try your hardest to get Bisharp into the active Pokemon spot a turn or two into the game.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 5 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average stage 1 Pokemon card and one of the best stage 1 cards you can find in the Plasma Freeze set.  I like that Bisharp has a low retreat cost, high hp, and two very good, above average damage moves.  I like that Bisharp can attack very quickly and do a good amount of damage right away.  So if you're building a darkness type deck, I think that this Pokemon line should definitely be included in it.  So overall, this Bisharp card and either of the Pawniard cards would get a 5 out of 5 rating.

Tomorrow's Pokemon Card:
So thanks for reading today's Pokemon card review of Bisharp from the Plasma Freeze set, stay tuned for tomorrow's card review of the second Bisharp card from this set.  Make sure to check below for the Free Pokemon TCG Online Codes!

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What do Bisharp do in the wild?
Please respond by including your YouTube username and link to your YouTube channel.  If the question is quite tough, the first correct comment will win, otherwise I'll use a random number generator to choose a winner.

23 comments:

Priyansh Gupta said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

pricool15

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MglDudePokemon said...

Bisharp is steel and dark type pokemon. It is known as steel blade pokemon. It is half male and half female. Ut evolves in lv 52. In the wild it leads the pawniards and battles with other Bisharps. It is the fifth generation pokemon. It is mainly like scyther and scissor is the spelling of scissor right.
Youtube name Mgldudepokemon as you can see

M. Altevree said...

In Pokemon Black:
It leads a group of Pawniard. It battles with other Bisharp to become the boss, but will be driven from the group if it loses.

In Pokemon White:
Bisharp pursues prey in the company of a large group of Pawniard. Then Bisharp finishes off the prey.

In Pokemon Black/White 2:
This pitiless Pokémon commands a group of Pawniard to hound prey into immobility. It then moves in to finish the prey off.


Username: Durre

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Benjamin Lin said...

It leads a group of Pawniard. It battles with other Bisharp to become the boss, but will be driven from the group if it loses.

ForgottenDeath5

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keanyee choo said...

It leads a group of Pawniard and battles with other Bisharp to become the boss, but will be driven from the group if it loses.

keanyeechoo

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jaycee said...

It leads a group of Pawniard and battles with other Bisharp to become the boss, but will be driven from the group if it loses.

jaycee

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JKM422 said...

It leads a group of Pawniard, battles with other Bisharps to become the boss of the group, is the one who (after the group of Pawniard almost defeats the prey) finish the prey off.

Username: JKM422

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Hristo Mihailov said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

Hristo Mihailov

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ガレットディオゴ said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

Quoted from Bulbapedia.

WiseHorror

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luis rosario said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

LFSDR

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Aji Jacob said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.
Aji jacob
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blackblitz2011 said...

leads a group of Pawniard like a boss and battles with other Bisharp to become the top dog of the pack.
also it gets to deliver the final blow when hunting with the pack

https://www.youtube.com/user/blackblitz2011

Jacob Lin said...


In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

raytonlin1

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Tony Hoang said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard. Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

lonetrack1

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In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard and Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.


Jibril khan
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Jia Wei Ng said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard and Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

LegendNevaEnd

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Liam Gardner said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard and Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.

Username: Blastoise649


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Niran Mistry said...

They lead packs of pawniard , and compete with other bisharps for power and dominance. eventually they are driven out by a stronger foe.
Youtube: niranmistry

themrcoolguy18 said...

In the wild, Bisharp rules over a pack of Pawniard and Bisharp fights other Bisharp to become the alpha of the pack, with the loser being cast out. When hunting, the Pawniard allow the leader Bisharp to perform the finishing blow.


themrcoolguy18

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koizo92 said...

It leads a group of Pawniard and battles with other Bisharp to become the boss, but will be driven from the group if it loses.

koizo92
https://www.youtube.com/user/koizo92

MglDudePokemon said...

It leads other group of pawniards and fight with other bisharp to be the boss.
YouTube name mgldudepokemon

Christopher L said...

They survive in the wild ( Silly answer but do they die??? besides if you said "YES OF COURSE THEY'RE gonna die" Only pokemon faint and it you refer to lavendar town where pokemon die they were killed by mean ghost type and when they fight each other the leave the defeated one to fend for himself they don't kill him cause what kind of leader dies and besides wanting to be the boss is surviving cause thats how they survive... by instinct)...


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PrimetimePokemon said...

Congrats to Priyansh for winning!