Monday, September 30, 2013

Deino #76/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Deino Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Deino from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the second Deino card I've reviewed from this set.  This Deino card is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Deino does not have an Ability and this Deino card only has one move.  The only move that this card has is called Slam, it requires two colorless energy cards and it does 20 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip two coins.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Deino is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Zweilous and a stage 2 evolution in Hydreigon, which I'll be reviewing the next two days, you'll more than likely want to use those cards with this Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed those cards yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolutions.  So on its own, I would not recommend using this Deino card in a deck.  If you read the first review I did of Deino from this set, you'll know I wasn't very high on that Deino card, well this card is even worse in my opinion, so if you have to use a Deino card, look for one in a different set because both in this set are terrible.  If for some strange reason you have this Deino card in your deck, your only option will be to use Slam every turn and hope for some heads.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a way below average basic Pokemon card. The only thing I like at all about this card besides the average hp, is that it only requires colorless energy cards so this card can be used in any deck, but this card is so bad in my opinion you'll never want to use it in any deck.  Not only is its retreat cost too high, you have to use two energy cards to attack, so its slow, and you may never even do damage with this card since it requires coin flips.  So stay away from this card at all costs.

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Sunday, September 29, 2013

Deino #75/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Deino Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Deino from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the first of two consecutive Deino cards I'll be reviewing from this set.  Deino is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Deino does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Push Down, this move requires two energy cards, one each of colorless and darkness, and does 20 damage, plus your opponent must switch their active Pokemon with one of their benched Pokemon.  Deino's second move is called Bite, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one darkness, and does 30 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Deino is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Zweilous and a stage 2 evolution in Hydreigon, which I'll be reviewing the next two days after tomorrow's review of the second Deino card from this set, you'll more than likely want to use those cards with this Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed those cards yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolutions and also not have any prior knowledge of the other Deino card.  So on its own, I would not recommend using this Deino card in a deck.  In my opinion the card is too slow and has too high of a retreat cost to worthy use.  The only caveat to this would be if I was building a spread damage type deck, then I would consider putting one of these into the deck and using Push Down as a way to spread damage around.  So again I would not use this card in a deck, but if you choose to use it in any old darkness type deck, you'll just want to use the move that can give you the most damage every turn (or in the case of Push Down, can save you from major damage the next turn from your opponent).

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a below average basic Pokemon card.  There really isn't anything I like about this card except for its average hp, everything else isn't very good, it is too slow, has too high of a retreat cost, and does below average damage with both of its moves.  The only reason I'm giving this card a 2 instead of a 1 is that Push Down is a useful spread damage type move.  So if you're building a darkness type deck, I would definitely look elsewhere for a basic Pokemon.

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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Bisharp #74/116 -- 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 second Bisharp card I've reviewed from this set.  This Bisharp card is a stage 1, darkness type Pokemon card, with an hp of 90.  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 Cut Down, this move requires two colorless energy cards, and does 30 damage, plus if you get a heads when you flip a coin you can discard an energy card attached to the defending Pokemon.  Bisharp's second move is called Slicing Blade, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one darkness, and does 70 damage.

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 few 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 initially recommend you use that Pawniard card with yesterday's Bisharp card since it is better than this one.  You can read my review on that card to see what I would do strategy wise.  But if you don't have that Bisharp card, and you only have this one, that is okay too.  In that case, I would use 2 Pawniard cards and 1 Bisharp card and try and evolve Pawniard into Bisharp on the bench get three energy cards on it and then move it to the active Pokemon spot and use Slicing Blade every turn.  This card isn't as fast as yesterday's card, that is why I'm suggesting evolving this line on the bench.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average stage 1 Pokemon card.  Compared to yesterday's Bisharp card, this one is definitely a let down, but compared to most stage 1 Pokemon cards out there, this one is still above average.  This card still has a low retreat cost, and both of its moves do above average damage, but just not as well as yesterday's Bisharp card.  So again, if you're building a darkness type deck, I would suggest using the other Bisharp card from this set, but this card isn't that bad that it shouldn't be used if you have it.  So overall, I would give this Bisharp card and the Pawniards from this set a 4 out of 5 rating.

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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.

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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Pawniard #72/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Pawniard Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Pawniard from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the second of two Pawniard reviews I've done from this set.  This Pawniard card is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 50.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Pawniard does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move this card has is called Cut, this move requires one darkness energy card and one colorless energy card and does 30 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Pawniard is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Bisharp, which I'll be reviewing reviewing the next two days since there are two in this set, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed either Bisharp card from this set, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution but I will compare this card to the other Pawniard card from this set.  So on its own, I would consider using this card in a deck but I wouldn't use more than one of these because Pawniard does have a below average hp and the one move that it does have requires two energy cards to attack.  But I would use one of these because Cut does do above average damage and should be able to knock out most basic Pokemon in two turns.  So if you choose to use this card in your deck, I would try and get it into the active Pokemon spot to start the game.  Comparing the two Pawniard cards from this set, I would recommend using yesterday's card because it is a little safer, but if you feel a little more risky, this card will do the trick as well and might even work a little better for you.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  Even though this card has a low hp and a slow move I am giving this card an average rating because the only move that it does have does above damage average.  So if you're considering using a Pawniard card in your deck, either of the Pawniard cards from the Plasma Freeze set should suffice.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Pawniard #71/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Pawniard Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Pawniard from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the first of two consecutive Pawniard cards I'll be reviewing from this set.  Pawniard is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Pawniard does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move this card has is called Slash, this move requires one darkness energy card and does 10 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Pawniard is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Bisharp, which I'll be reviewing in two days, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed either Bisharp card from this set (there are two) or the other Pawniard card from this set, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution or having any knowledge of what the other Pawniard card is like from this set.  So on its own, I would consider using this card as a basic, starter type Pokemon if you need more basic Pokemon cards in your deck or if you're looking for one or two more cards to include in your deck.  I wouldn't use 4 of these in a deck, but I would definitely consider using one or two of them if one of the two cases I mentioned just a second ago is true.  If you include this Pawniard card in your deck you'll want to get it in the active Pokemon spot as soon as possible and then use Slash every turn.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  This is a very solid basic Pokemon card that has an above average hp, average move, and low retreat cost.  So to reiterate, this card is very very average and I would look elsewhere first before deciding to use this card in your deck, but if you do use this card, it shouldn't be too bad.

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Krookodile -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Krookodile Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Krookodile from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Krookodile is a stage 2, darkness type Pokemon card, with an hp of 140.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost.  Krookodile does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Piston Headbutt, this move requires one darkness energy card and does 30 damage, plus you may move an energy card attached to your opponent's active Pokemon to one of their benched Pokemon.  Krookodile's second move is called Hammer In, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one darkness, and does 80 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Krookodile is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Sandile into play and then evolve it into Krokorok before you can evolve Krokorok into Krookodile, both of those Pokemon are from this set and I've reviewed both of them the last couple of days.  The first two Pokemon in this line from Plasma Freeze are way  below average, so in order for me to want to use this card I would really have to like Krookodile or look to other Sandile and Krokorok cards from other sets.  So with that in mind, I would not recommend using Krookodile from this set with the Plasma Freeze Sandile and Krokorok cards.  I say this because neither of Krookodile's moves make me want to use it that badly.  Hammer In does do above average damage, but there are plenty of other cards out there that also do that kind of damage.  Plus with a high retreat cost, if you have to retreat Krookodile, you have to potentially discard all of the energy cards you put on it for Hammer In.  So again, I would not use Krookodile in a deck, but if you choose to I would only use a 2-1-1 line of Sandile, Krokorok, and Krookodile in a darkness type deck.  I would make sure not to move Sandile or Krokorok into the active Pokemon spot, I would evolve them into Krookodile on the bench and then put three energy cards on it and use Hammer In every turn.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an average stage 2 Pokemon card from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon card set.  Even though I wouldn't recommend using this card in a deck, I still think this card is alright on the surface, it has a good hp, and two decent moves, actually one above average.  But if you look at Krookodile as a whole with Sandile and Krokorok, I cannot recommend using them together in a deck.  Altogether I would give this line a 1 out of 5 rating, I have given the cards individually a 1, 2, and 3 out of 5 rating respectively, but I just want to make sure that no one plans on using this Pokemon family in their deck because it just isn't good.

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Monday, September 23, 2013

Krokorok -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Krokorok Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Krokorok from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Krokorok is a stage 1, darkness type Pokemon card, with an hp of 90.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Krokorok does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Bite, for one darkness energy card, this move does 20 damage.  Krokorok's second move is called Corkscrew Punch, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one darkness, and does 50 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Krokorok is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Sandile into play (I reviewed Sandile from this set yesterday) and then evolve Sandile into Krokorok.  Krokorok does have a stage 2 evolution in Krookodile that you'll probably want to use with this Pokemon line but since I haven't reviewed that card yet, the strategy below will act like Krokorok is the final evolution in this line.  So if you read yesterday's review, you'll know that I thought Sandile was a very poor basic Pokemon card, so in knowing that, this Krokorok card will really have to be good in order for me to want to use it.  But unfortunately this card just isn't that good either so I would avoid both of the two Pokemon in this line.  If you were to use this card in a deck, I wouldn't use more than 1 each of Sandile and Krokorok, and I would try and evolve Sandile into Krokorok on the bench, get at least one energy card on Krokorok and then move it into the active Pokemon spot and use Bite until you have three energy cards on it, then use Corkscrew Punch every other turn.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is a below average stage 1 Pokemon card. Even though this card has an average hp, and two moves, I am still giving this card a below average rating because neither of Krokorok's moves are very good, Bite is okay, but Corkscrew Punch does below average damage.  So coupled with Sandile from this set, I would give this line so far a 1 out of 5 rating, Sandile was a 1 and Krokorok was a 2.  I would avoid this two Pokemon at all costs.

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Sandile -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Sandile Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Sandile from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Sandile is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 70.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Sandile does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move that this card has is called Gentle Slap, this move requires two energy cards, one each of colorless and darkness, and does 10 damage plus 20 more damage if you get a heads when you flip a coin.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Sandile is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Krokorok and a stage 2 evolution in Krookodile, which I'll be reviewing the next two days, you'll more than likely want to use those cards with this Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed those cards yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolutions.  So on its own, I probably wouldn't recommend using this card in a deck, I say this because the only move Sandile has is fairly slow and cannot do major damage unless you get lucky and flip a heads.  Because of this, unless you don't have any other options, I would not recommend using this card.  If you have to use this card in a deck, you will have no choice but to attach two energy cards to it and use Gentle Slap every turn, hoping to flip a heads every turn so you can do 30 damage instead of just 10.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a way below average basic Pokemon card.  Like I mentioned in the strategy section of this post, I would not use this card in a deck on its own.  Even though it has above average hp compared to a similar basic Pokemon, Sandile has only one below average move and a high retreat cost which makes it way below average.

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Saturday, September 21, 2013

Absol -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Absol Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Absol from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Absol is a basic, 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.  Absol does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Mind Jack, this move requires two energy cards, one each of darkness and colorless, and does 20 damage plus 20 more damage for each of your opponent's benched Pokemon.  Absol's second move is called Fearsome Shadow, this move does 60 damage for three energy cards, one darkness and two colorless, plus when using this move, your opponent must show all the cards they have in their hand.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Absol is a basic Pokemon with no evolutions, you only have to use this Pokemon in your deck if you want to use this card.  If you're building a darkness type or a Team Plasma type deck, you'll definitely want to use this card in that deck.  I would use Absol as a starter Pokemon in the deck, so I would put at least 2 of them in the deck.  I would try and get Absol into the active Pokemon spot as soon as possible, and get two energy cards on it as soon as possible.  Both of Absol's moves are better if used early in the game, Mind Jack, will do more damage the more benched Pokemon your opponent has, and Fearsome Shadow reveals your opponent's cards.  Both will take advantage of your opponent early in the game.  I would use whichever move on Absol does more damage each turn.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an above average basic Pokemon card from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card set.  I like that this card has a high hp, low retreat cost, and two very good moves.  Not only do both moves on this card do damage, but they each have a little something extra that they can do, that may prevent your opponent from doing certain things on their side.  So I would definitely recommend using this card in a deck, and you should definitely use this card in your deck.

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Friday, September 20, 2013

Weavile -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Weavile Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Weavile from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Weavile is a stage 1, darkness type Pokemon card, with an hp of 90.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Weavile does not have an Ability, but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Hail, this move requires one colorless energy card and does 10 damage to each of your opponent's Pokemon.  Weavile's second move is called Vilify, this move requires two energy cards, one each of darkness and colorless, and does 30 damage times the number of Pokemon you discard from your hand.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Weavile is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Sneasel into play (I reviewed Sneasel from this set yesterday) and then evolve Sneasel into Weavile.  If you read yesterday's review, you'll know that I thought Sneasel was a pretty solid basic Pokemon card that could be used on its own.  Because of this, if you decide to use Weavile with Sneasel, you can still move Sneasel into the active Pokemon spot whenever you like, I would actually prefer getting Sneasel into the active Pokemon spot to begin the game and then evolving it into Weavile right away and using Hail every turn to spread damage around on your opponent's Pokemon.  That way, later on in the game it will be that much easier to knock out your opponent's Pokemon.  I would definitely include this line in a spread damage type deck, luckily, Weavile's Hail move can use any type of energy card so it will fit in great in whatever type of deck you're building.  I like both cards from this line, so I would use a 2-2 line of Sneasel and Weavile.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an average stage 1 Pokemon card.  I like that Weavile has two quick moves, that both require little energy cards.  I like Hail a lot more than I like Vilify, but towards the end of the game if you need to finish off your opponent, Vilify might just do the trick.  Just make sure if you plan on using Vilify that you use a trainer that lets you get Pokemon from your discard pile.  So in a spread damage type deck, this card is an absolute must.  Overall, I would give the line of Sneasel and Weavile a 4 out of 5 rating, individually I gave these two cards both 3s, but together they are above average.

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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Sneasel -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Sneasel Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Sneasel from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Sneasel is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 70.  It has a x2 weakness to fighting type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Sneasel does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move this card has is called Quick Attack, this move does 20 damage for two energy cards, one each of darkness and colorless, plus if you get a heads when you flip a coin the move does 40 damage instead of 20.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Sneasel is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Weavile, which I'll be reviewing tomorrow, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed that card yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution.  So on its own, I would consider putting one of these cards into a darkness type deck.  I would only use one because it is a basic Pokemon and the only move Sneasel has requires two energy cards.  However, I will use this card because Sneasel has above average hp, and an above average move.  So you can move this card into the active Pokemon spot whenever you'd like, get two energy cards on it, and use Quick Attack every turn.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  This is a very solid basic Pokemon card that has an above average hp, good move, and low retreat cost.  Other than being a tad slow to start, this card can definitely help you out in battle and I would recommend using one Sneasel card in a darkness type deck.

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Umbreon -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Umbreon Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Umbreon from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Umbreon 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.  Umbreon's Ability is called Dark Shade and says that each of your Team Plasma Pokemon in play get 20 more hp.  Besides the Ability, Umbreon just has one move called Darkness Fang, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one darkness, and does 70 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Umbreon is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Eevee into play, like I mentioned in earlier Eevee-evolution reviews from this set, there are actually two Eevee cards in this set but I have not reviewed either of them yet, you may also want to consider using one of the two Eevee cards from the Dark Explorers set, and then evolve Eevee into Umbreon.  Because I haven't reviewed either Eevee cards from this set yet I won't talk now about which one of those cards are best to use, but regardless of which one you use, if you want to use Umbreon in a deck, I would definitely use this card in a Team Plasma deck.  I would include almost all Team Plasma cards in the deck and then have two of these in the deck.  I would try and get one of the Umbreon cards on the bench as soon as possible and then use its Ability every turn to make all of your Pokemon have 20 more hp.  I would definitely put three energy cards on Umbreon to use Darkness Fang, because this is an above average move and one that requires mostly colorless energy cards.  So again, I would definitely recommend using this Eevee-evolution in a deck, it will definitely help your team out mightily.

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 from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon card set and there aren't many stage 1 Pokemon cards out there that I like better than this Umbreon card.  I like that Umbreon's Ability greatly improves your entire team (if they're Team Plasma Pokemon) so you don't even have to move it into the active Pokemon spot to feel the effects of this card.  But if you do move the card into the active Pokemon spot, you'll be able to do above average damage every turn with Darkness Fang.  Just make sure to get three energy cards on this card before you move it to the active Pokemon spot so you can attack right away, but even if you don't, it does have above average hp and a very low retreat cost.

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Hariyama -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Hariyama Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Hariyama from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Hariyma is a stage 1, fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 120.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost.  Hariyama does not have an Ability, but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Fake Out, this move requires two energy cards, one each of colorless and fighting, and does 30 damage, plus it paralyzes the defending Pokemon if you get a heads when you flip a coin.  Hariyama's second move is called Pivot Throw, this move requires three energy cards, two fighting and one colorless, and does 90 damage, however if your opponent's Pokemon attacks Hariyama during their next turn, that move is increased by 20.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Hariyama is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Makuhita into play (I reviewed Makuhita from this set yesterday) and then evolve Makuhita into Hariyama.  If you read yesterday's review, you'll know that I thought Makuhita was a terrible basic Pokemon, so because of this, if you want to use Hariyama in your deck, I would highly recommend evolving this line on your bench.  So if I were to use this line in my deck, I wouldn't use more than a 2-1 line, I would try and use Pivot Throw but only when the defending Pokemon would be knocked out by the move, otherwise it will take away Hariyama's advantage of having an above average hp for a stage 1 Pokemon.  I would not use this card or line in a deck if I were looking to build a fighting type deck, neither card is anything great and overall the line is definitely below average.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an average stage 1 Pokemon card.  I like that Hariyama has an above average hp, and two solid moves.  Both moves aren't that quick, but neither aren't that slow, and both moves do average to above average damage.  However, I do not like the fact Hariyama's retreat cost is 3 energy cards and if you're trying to use this card with Makuhita from this set, it makes this card seem that much worse.  Overall, I would give the line of Makuhita and Hariyama from the Plasma Freeze set a 2 out of 5 rating.  Makuhita had a 1 and this card of course received a 3.

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Monday, September 16, 2013

Makuhita -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Makuhita Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Makuhita from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Makuhita is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an hp of 80.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost. Makuhita does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Continuous Slap, this move requires two energy cards, one each of fighting and colorless, and does 20 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip a coin until you get tails.  Makuhita's second move is called Hammer In, this move does 60 damage for three energy cards, two fighting and one colorless.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Makuhita is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Hariyama, which I'll be reviewing tomorrow, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed that card yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution.  So on its own, I would not use Makuhita on its own.  I say this because the first thing that jumps out at me when looking at this card is that the retreat cost is extremely high and the fastest Makuhita can do any damage is two turns.  So for a basic Pokemon card I would not use this one in a deck.  If you plan on using this card in your deck, I wouldn't use more than one, and I would set it up on the bench and put three energy cards on it so it could use Hammer In right away.  I don't trust Continous Slap enough to use that move very often.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is another way below average basic Pokemon card.  This card isn't as bad as the Onix card I reviewed from this set, but it still is pretty miserable.  It is way too slow in my opinion for a basic Pokemon, and even though Hammer In is an average move, with only 80 hp, there is no reason at all to put three energy cards on this card because it will get knocked out right away by the time you get that many energy cards on it.

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Sunday, September 15, 2013

Onix -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Onix Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Onix from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Onix is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an hp of 100.  It has a x2 weakness to grass type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost.  Onix doesn't have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that Onix has is called Tackle, this move does 30 damage for three colorless energy cards.  Onix's second move is called Swing Around, this move requires four energy cards, three colorless and one fighting, and does 60 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip two coins.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Onix is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Steelix, which I'll be reviewing when I review the metal type Pokemon cards from this deck, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed that card yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution.  So on its own, I would not recommend using Onix in a deck, even though it has a good hp, both of its moves do below average damage for an extreme amount of energy cards, and the retreat cost on Onix is too high in my opinion.  So I would not use this card in a deck.  If you choose to, I would recommend setting up Onix on the bench and getting at least three energy cards on it before you move it to the active Pokemon spot.  If you think you'll use this card with Steelix, you'll want to include some metal type energy cards in your deck to use with Steelix and some fighting type energy cards to use with Onix.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a terrible basic Pokemon card.  The only good thing about this card is that it has 100 hp, other than that, everything is way below average.  Its retreat cost is high, Tackle should do twice as much damage, and unless you're lucky with Swing Around, you may end up doing no damage at all after putting four energy cards on Onix.  So I would recommend staying away from this card when looking for fighting type Pokemon cards to use in your deck.

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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Primeape -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Primeape Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Primeape from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Primeape is a stage 1, fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 90.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Primeape does not have an Ability, but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Fury Swipes, this move requires two colorless energy cards and does 30 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip 3 coins.  Primeape's second move is called Karate Chop, this move requires two fighting energy cards and does 80 damage minus 10 damage for each damage counter that is on Primeape.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Primeape is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Mankey into play (I reviewed Mankey from this set yesterday) and then evolve Mankey into Primeape.  If you read yesterday's review, you'll know that I thought Mankey was a very solid basic Pokemon card and one that could be used in a deck on its own, as a starter in your fighting type deck.  Because of this, you should be using Mankey in most fighting type decks if you need a starter Pokemon, and if you're using Mankey, you might as well use at least 1 Primeape with it, because Primeape can do more damage and has a higher hp.  So I would recommend using a 2 or 3 line of Mankey with 1 or 2 Primeape.  I would move Mankey into the active Pokemon spot immediately, use its only move until you can evolve it into Primeape and use Karate Chop if it does at least 60 damage or Fury Swipes otherwise.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average stage 1 Pokemon card.  I think that this card is above average because it has an average hp, low retreat cost and two quick moves that both have the potential to do way above damage, couple this card with the Mankey card from the Plasma Freeze set, and I would give these two cards a 4 out of 5 rating, and would consider this line a definite upgrade to any fighting type deck out there.

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Friday, September 13, 2013

Mankey -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Mankey Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Mankey from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Mankey is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an hp of 50.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Mankey does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move this card has is called Scratch, this move does 20 damage for one fighting energy card.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Mankey is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Primeape, which I'll be reviewing tomorrow, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed that card yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution.  So on its own, I would recommend using Mankey as a starter type Pokemon in a fighting deck.  If this card had 60 hp instead of 50 I would definitely use 4 of them in a deck, but even with 50 hp I still would use 2 of them in a deck.  You'll want to get Mankey into the active Pokemon spot early in the game, attach one energy card to it, and then use Scratch every turn while you're setting up the Pokemon on your bench.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  Like I mentioned in the strategy section of this post, I really like this card and think it will work well as a starter Pokemon in your fighting type deck.  If this card had a higher hp it would have received an above average score, but I like how Scratch can do above average damage and that Mankey has a low retreat cost to retreat it once you get done setting up your benched Pokemon.

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Nidoking -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Nidoking Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Nidoking from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Nidoking is a stage 2, fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 140.  It has a x2 weakness to water type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to lightning type Pokemon, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost.  Nidoking does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Lovestrike, this move requires two colorless energy cards and does 20 damage plus 40 more damage for each Nidoqueen card you have on your bench.  Nidoking's second move is called Horn Drill, this move requires four energy cards, three colorless and one fighting, and does 90 damage per turn.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Nidoking is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Nidoran (male) into play and then evolve it into Nidorino before you can evolve Nidorino into Nidoking, both of those Pokemon are from this set and I've reviewed both of them previously, however neither of the two Pokemon in this line are fighting type, they are both psychic.  The first two Pokemon in this line from Plasma Freeze are both below average, so if you would like to use Nidoking in your deck I wouldn't necessarily include a lot of psychic energy cards in the deck because you're going to want to keep Nidoking on the bench and use only Nidoking's moves anyway in the active Pokemon spot.  But with this being said, if you want to use this card in your deck and do the most damage possible, you're going to have to use this card with Nidoqueen, which is a psychic type card in this deck, so you'll want to use these cards in a dual type deck that includes psychic and fighting type Pokemon.  The Nidoqueen line is definitely better than the Nidoking line, so I would build a deck around Nidoqueen and then possibly have a small Nidoking line in it including 1 each of each Pokemon in this line.  I would want to keep these Pokemon on the bench and attach four energy cards to Nidoking once I get it on the bench, then use Horn Drill whenever you can in the active Pokemon spot.  If this card is not used in a Nidoqueen deck, I would not recommend using it at all, because Nidoking isn't that great, and overall the entire line is definitely below average.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is a below average stage 2 Pokemon card from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon card set.  This card if used with Nidoqueen will become average but on its own, I don't like that you basically have to attach four energy cards to Nidoking to do a very good attack, and with a high retreat cost and weak pre-evolutions I would not recommend using this card in a deck.  Overall, I would give the line of Nidoran, Nidorino, and Nidoking from the Plasma Freeze set a 2 out of 5 rating.  All three Pokemon are below average.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Cofagrigus #57/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Cofagrigus Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Cofagrigus from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the second of two Cofagrigus cards I've reviewed from this set.  Cofagrigus is a stage 1, psychic type Pokemon card, with an hp of 100.  It has a x2 weakness to darkness type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  So so far, this card is extremely similar to yesterday's card.  However, this Cofagrigus does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Elongating Arms, this move requires one colorless energy card and does 30 damage to one of your opponent's Pokemon.  Cofagrigus's other move is called Crazy Slap, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one psychic, and does 40 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip four coins.  So this move has the potential to do 160 damage per turn.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Cofagrigus is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Yamask into play (I have reviewed both Yamask cards from this set the past couple of days) and then evolve Yamask into Cofagrigus.  Like I mentioned earlier there are two Cofagrigus cards in the Plasma Freeze set and in the rating section of this post I will compare both of the cards rating wise.  If you read my Yamask reviews, you'll know that I thought both Yamask cards were about average, but if you're going to use this Cofagrigus card in your deck, you could easily use both of the Yamask cards from this set.  But what I would recommend doing is building a spread damage type deck, I would include 4 Yamask cards in the deck, 2 of each Yamask card from this set, and 3 Cofagrigus cards, 1 of this card and 2 of yesterday's card.  I would want to use this Cofagrigus card first in the active Pokemon spot to make sure my opponent's Pokemon had plenty of damage on them, then later in the game I would move in the other Cofagrigus card and use its Ability to spread even more damage around.  So this Cofagrigus card would be the attacker and the other Cofagrigus card would be the finisher.  So again, I would use this Cofagrigus card's Elongating Arms move to get damage on the opponent's Pokemon, then retreat it, and use the other Cofagrigus's Ability.  I would use a 4-3 line of Yamask and Cofagrigus.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average stage 1 Pokemon card.  I really like this card because it cannot only do spread damage with Elongating Arms which greatly helps the other Pokemon in this line, but it can potentially do 160 damage per turn which is very good for only three energy cards.  Altogether, I would give the Yamask and Cofagrigus line a 4 out of 5 rating.  Both Yamask cards received 3's and both Cofagrigus cards received 4's.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Cofagrigus #56/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Cofagrigus Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Cofagrigus from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the first of two consecutive Yamask cards I'll be reviewing from this set.  Cofagrigus is a stage 1, psychic type Pokemon card, with an hp of 100.  It has a x2 weakness to darkness type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Cofagrigus's Ability is called Six Feet Under and it says you may knock out Cofagrigus during your turn if you'd like, if you choose to do this, you may put three damage counters on each of your opponent's Pokemon.  Besides the Ability, Cofagrigus just has one move called Slap of Misfortune, this move requires three energy cards, two psychic and one colorless, and does 70 damage, plus if your opponent flips a coin during their next turn you can always treat it as tails.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Cofagrigus is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Yamask into play (I reviewed both Yamask cards from this set the past couple of days) and then evolve Yamask into Cofagrigus.  Like I mentioned earlier there are two Cofagrigus cards in the Plasma Freeze set, so please read tomorrow's review if you want to know which one I like better.  If you read my Yamask reviews, you'll know that I thought both Yamask card was about average, but if you're going to use this Cofagrigus card in your deck, you'll want to use the first Yamask card I reviewed from this set, the one that does spread damage.  That way, when you have some damage on your Pokemon, you can move Yamask into the active Pokemon spot, use its only move to get that damage off of your Pokemon, then right before Yamask is going to be knocked out, evolve it into Cofagrigus and use Cofagrigus's Ability to knock it out, and then do 30 damage to all of your opponent's benched Pokemon.  If you're building a spread damage type deck, this line of Yamask and Cofagrigus should definitely be in it.  I would suggest using a 2-2 line.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average stage 1 Pokemon card.  I really like this card for a spread damage type deck, if you use two Cofagrigus in your deck and use their Ability on each card, you could easily knock out some basic Pokemon without doing any other attacks.  So I would highly recommend this card for a spread damage type deck, even its only move does above average damage.  Overall, the line of Yamask (the first one) and Cofagrigus (the first one) from the Plasma Freeze set gets a 4 out of 5 rating, both work quite well together.

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Yamask #55/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Yamask Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Yamask from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the second of two consecutive Yamask cards I've reviewed from this set.  This Yamask card is a basic, psychic type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to darkness type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  This Yamask card does not have an Ability but unlike yesterday's Yamask card, this card does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Will-O-Wisp, this move does 10 damage for one colorless energy card.  Yamask's second move is called Ram, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one psychic, and does 30 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Yamask is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Cofagrigus, which I'll be reviewing the two days since there they're two Cofagrigus cards in this set, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed those cards yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution.  So on its own, this card is a very good starter type Pokemon card for a psychic type deck.  I would include 4 of these in a deck and hope to start a game with Yamask in the active Pokemon spot.  I would more than likely just use Will-O-Wisp unless I had Cofagrigus in the deck then I may attach three energy cards to Yamask and use Ram.  Comparing the two Yamask cards from this set, both are average cards, if you are using a regular psychic type deck, this card is better, if you're using a spread damage type deck, yesterday's Yamask card is much better.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  Like I mentioned in the strategy section of this post, this card is definitely better on average in my opinion than yesterday's Yamask card.  I like that it has a low retreat cost, average hp, and two decent moves.  This card is definitely more consistent and a safer card to use than yesterday's card and I would recommend using this card over yesterday's card if you aren't building a spread damage type deck.

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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Yamask #54/116 -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Yamask Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Yamask from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  This is the first of two consecutive Yamask cards I'll be reviewing from this set.  Yamask is a basic, psychic type Pokemon card with an hp of 50.  It has a x2 weakness to darkness type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  This Yamask card does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move that this card has is called Transfer Pain, this move requires one psychic energy card and allows you to move 1 damage counter from any of your own Pokemon to one of your opponent's Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Yamask is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Cofagrigus, which I'll be reviewing in two days since there is another Yamask card to review, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed that card yet (there are actually two Cofagrigus cards in this set), I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution.  So on its own, this card should be a staple starter Pokemon card for your spread damage type deck.  You'll want to move this card into the active Pokemon spot right away or a turn or two into the game, get some damage on your own Pokemon then start spreading the damage around with Transfer Pain.  Because this card needs to have damage in play to do damage, I would only include 2 of these cards maximum in a psychic/spread damage type deck.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  I am giving this card an average rating because this card is both very good and very bad at the same time.  If you aren't using this card in a spread damage type deck, this card won't be that great because this Yamask card has below average hp, a high retreat cost, and only one move that has to have damage on your own Pokemon before it can be used.  But because Transfer pain essentially heals your own Pokemon and damages a variety of your opponent's Pokemon, this card would be an above average card to have in a spread damage type deck.  You'll have to wait until tomorrow's review to see what Yamask card I like better from this set.

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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Deoxys EX Full Art -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Deoxys EX Full Art Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Deoxys EX Full Art from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Deoxys is a basic, EX, psychic type Pokemon card with an hp of 170. It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Deoxys EX's Ability is called Power Connect and makes each of your Team Plasma Pokemon do 10 more damage when attacking.  Besides the Ability, Deoxys EX Full Art's only move is called Helix Force, this move requires two energy cards, one each of psychic and colorless, and does 30 damage plus if Deoxys has a Plasma Energy card attached to it, it does 30 more damage for each energy card attached to the defending Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, because Deoxys EX is a basic Pokemon card you won't need to use any other cards with this card.  But remember, because this card is an EX card, if this card is knocked out, two prize cards are taken instead of one.  Just like yesterday's Metagross card, this card will do best in a Team Plasma heavy Pokemon deck.  That way you can utilize Deoxys' Ability to the max and do more damage with each of your Team Plasma Pokemon every turn, when Deoxys in on your bench.  So I would definitely recommend using this card in a deck, I would keep it on the bench until your opponent moves a Pokemon into the active Pokemon spot that has at least 3 energy cards attached to it, then I would put Deoxys into the active Pokemon spot and use Helix Force, as long as you have a Plasma Energy card attached to Deoxys it would then be able to do 120 damage per turn to that Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 5 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an excellent EX Pokemon card.  I am giving this card a perfect rating because both its Ability and only move are both very good, and using this card in a Team Plasma deck is a no brainer.  I like how Deoxys EX Full Art aids your fellow Team Plasma Pokemon with its Ability as well as prevents your Pokemon from attaching too many energy cards to its Pokemon because if they do, you can knock that Pokemon out that much easier with Helix Force.  So again, this is an awesome EX Pokemon card and definitely one of the best EX cards from the Plasma Freeze set.

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Friday, September 6, 2013

Metagross - Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Metagross Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Metagross from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Metagross is a stage 2, psychic type Pokemon card, with an hp of 140.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Metagross's Ability is called Plasma Search, this says that you may search your deck for a Team Plasma card and move it to your hand once per turn.  Besides the Ability, Metagross just has one move called Mind Bind, this move requires four energy cards, three colorless and one psychic, and does 60 damage plus confuses the defending Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Metagross is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Beldum into play and then evolve it into Metang before you can evolve Metang into Metagross, both of those Pokemon are from this set and I've reviewed both of them the last couple of days.  The first two Pokemon in this line from Plasma Freeze are average to below average.  So with that in mind, if you choose to use Metagross in your deck I would recommend evolving those Pokemon into Metagross on your bench, that way you can attach as many energy cards as you'd like to Metagross without getting any damage on it, so when you move it into the active Pokemon spot you can do damage for many turns to come.  But the main reason you'll want to keep this card on the bench is so you can utilize's its Ability to get Team Plasma cards into your hand.  So if you use this card in a deck, you'll want to use it in a deck that uses mostly Team Plasma cards.  That way you can get pretty much any card you want from your deck into your hand whenever you'd like.  In my opinion Metagross isn't the greatest attack wise, so I probably would only include a 3-2-1 line of Beldum, Metang, and Metagross in a deck, and keep Metagross on the bench for as long as possible.  You can fit this line into a dual type deck because many of these Pokemon require mostly colorless energy cards to attack.  When you do get Metagross into the attack Pokemon spot you'll of course want to use Mind Bend every turn.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an average stage 2 Pokemon card from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon card set.  Even though this card has a below average move that takes a long time to set up and cannot do much damage, I am giving this card an average rating still because I really like its Ability, I think this more than makes up for Metagross's poor move.  Overall, unless you're specifically building a Team Plasma deck, I would not recommend using this line, I would give the entire line a 2 out of 5 rating, Beldum was a 3, Metang was a 2, and Metagross was a 2.

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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Metang -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Metang Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Metang from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Metang is a stage 1, psychic type Pokemon card, with an hp of 90.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Metang does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Psy Bolt, this move requires one psychic energy card and does 10 damage, plus if you get a heads when you flip a coin, the defending Pokemon is paralyzed.  Metang's second move is called Psypunch, this move requires three energy cards, two colorless and one psychic, and does 50 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Metang is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Beldum into play (I reviewed Beldum from this set yesterday) and then evolve Beldum into Metang.  Metang does have a stage 2 evolution in Metagross that you'll probably want to use with this Pokemon line but since I haven't reviewed that card yet, the strategy below will act like Metang is the final evolution in this line.  So if you read yesterday's review, you'll know that I thought Beldum was an average basic Pokemon card that I would recommend using in a deck if you need one more psychic type Pokemon card in your deck.  So after knowing that, and reading the overview section of this post, I would not recommend using Metang with Beldum unless you plan on using Metagross as well.  I say this because neither of Metang's moves are very good.  Psy Bolt is average at best and Psypunch is definitely below average.  If you do choose to use this line in a psychic type deck, I wouldn't use more than a 2-1 line of Beldum and Metang.  I would try and get this line out in the active Pokemon spot early and use Psypunch most turns, and while you're waiting to get three energy cards on Metang, definitely use Psy Bolt so you can spend some time setting up your benched Pokemon while your opponent cannot attack.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is a below average stage 1 Pokemon card. Even though this card has a good hp, average retreat cost and two moves, I'm still giving this card a below average rating because neither of Metang's moves make me want to include it in a deck.  So after looking at Beldum and Metang from the Plasma Freeze set, I would give them a 2 out of 5 rating.

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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Beldum -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Beldum Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Beldum from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Beldum is a basic, psychic type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Beldum does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Calculate, this move requires one colorless energy card and allows you to look at the top 4 cards of your deck and rearrange them in any order you like.  Beldum's other move is called Psypunch, this move requires two energy cards, one each of colorless and psychic, and does 20 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Beldum is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Metang and a stage 2 evolution in Metagross, which I'll be reviewing the next two days, you'll more than likely want to use those cards with this Pokemon.  However, since I haven't reviewed those cards yet, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolutions.  So on its own, this card may work well if you're looking for one more Pokemon card to fit into your deck.  You could use this card as a starter card in your deck, move it into the active Pokemon spot early in the game, use Calculate first to get some energy cards on the top of your deck or basic Pokemon, whichever you need more, then after that use Psypunch every turn.  I wouldn't use more than 1 of these in a psychic type deck unless you plan on using it with Beldum's evolutions.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average basic Pokemon card.  This card is pretty average overall, average hp, average retreat cost, and two average moves.  I wish this card could do some damage for only one energy card but at least it can do something for only one energy card so it isn't that bad.  So again, I wouldn't use this card in a deck without its evolutions unless you need one more card in your deck, then this card wouldn't be that bad to use.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Sableye -- Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Review

Sableye Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Sableye from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card Set.  Sableye is a basic, psychic type Pokemon card with an hp of 70. It has a no weakness, no resistance type, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Sableye does not have an Ability, but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Scratch, this move requires one colorless energy card and does 10 damage.  Sableye's second move is called Shadow Cage, this move requires two energy cards, one each of psychic and colorless, and does 20 damage, plus makes your opponent unable to retreat during their next turn.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Sableye is a basic Pokemon with no evolutions, you only have to use this Pokemon in your deck if you want to use this card.  If you're building a psychic type deck, this would be the perfect starter card for your deck and I would recommend using 4 of these in your deck.  I would hope to get a Sableye card into the active Pokemon spot to start the game then to use whichever move I can when attacking.  The reason I would have four of these in a deck is so I would have a good chance of getting one early in the game and my deck would have a good basic Pokemon card that I could put on the bench and put into the active Pokemon spot no matter the point in the game.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an above average basic Pokemon card from the Plasma Freeze Pokemon Card set.  I really like this card as a starter card in a psychic type deck.  I like that this card has a low retreat cost, two moves, and an above average hp.  Besides having two moves, I like that this card's two moves don't require just psychic energy cards, so this card would more easily fit in a dual type deck.  But overall, if you're looking to add some basic Pokemon cards to your psychic type deck, this is definitely one I would recommend.

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