Monday, February 29, 2016

Aromatisse -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Aromatisse BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Aromatisse from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Aromatisse is a stage 1, fairy type Pokemon card, with an hp of 90. It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Aromatisse does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Heavy Perfume, for one fairy type energy card this move confuses the defending Pokemon and puts 6 damage counters on it for confusion instead of 3, if they get a tails when flipping a coin when trying to attack.  Aromatisse's second move is called Hug and for one fairy type energy card this move does 30 damage, and it makes your opponent's active Pokemon unable to retreat during its next turn.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Aromatisse is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Spritzee into play (I reviewed Spritzee from this set yesterday) and then evolve Spritzee into Aromatisse.  If you read yesterday's review of Spritzee, you'll know that I thought that card was a below average Basic Pokemon card, and one that I would not recommend using in a deck, mainly because it had a low HP, and the only move it had depended on how much damage you had on Spritzee, so this card could do very little early in the game and would easily get knocked out in one turn late in games.  So knowing this about Spritzee and looking at this Aromatisse card, the first thing you'll notice is that this card is fast on the attack, so you could easily be doing 30 damage a turn two turns into the game, so you could use a 1-1 line of this family in a fairy type deck.  You could also use Heavy Perfume early in games and if the opponent tries to attack and fails when confused it could knock itself out.  So I would definitely consider using just a 1-1 line of this family in a fairy type deck, but it isn't one that needs to be in any deck out there.

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 from the BREAKthrough set.  I like that this card has an average HP, low retreat cost, and two quick attacking moves.  The only downside with this card is that it won't be so useful later in games and that if you use this card with the Spritzee from BREAKthrough, you need to set the line up on the bench because overall I can only give this line a 2 out of 5 rating.

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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Spritzee -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Spritzee BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Spritzee from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Spritzee is a basic, fairy type Pokemon card with an hp of 40.  It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost. Spritzee does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  This move is called Flail and for one colorless energy card does 10 damage times the number of damage counters on this card.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Spritzee is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Aromatisse, 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 cannot recommend using this card in a deck, mainly because of its low HP and the fact the only time Spritzee can do damage is when it has damage on itself, meaning this card wouldn't be able to attack to start the game if in the active Pokemon spot.  So unless you need to use this card for Aromatisse, do not use this card in a deck.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Aromatisse, this is a well below average Basic Pokemon card.  I do like that this card can potentially do up to 30 damage a turn, but in order to do so this card will be closed to being knocked out, so because this card can't be used as a starter Pokemon and has such a low HP, I am giving this card my lowest rating and would not recommend using this card in a deck.

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Saturday, February 27, 2016

Florges BREAK -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Florges BREAK BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Florges BREAK from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  The way a BREAK card works is that you place it on top of the Pokemon with the exact name, so this card would be placed on top of Florges, so basically this card is a Stage 3 card.  It is placed horizontally on the card it evolves from and can use that Pokemon's Abilities and Attacks as well as what is on the BREAK card.  Florges BREAK is a BREAK (essentially a Stage 3), fairy type Pokemon card, with an hp of 140.  It has the same weakness, resistance and retreat cost as the Florges you're evolving it from.  Florges does not have a move but it does have an Ability called Floral Breeze that says you may heal 30 damage and all special conditions from your active Pokemon in between each turn.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Florges BREAK is a stage 3 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Flabebe into play and then evolve it into Floette, and then into Florges before you can evolve Florges into the BREAK version, all three of those Pokemon have cards in this set and I've reviewed all of those cards in the past several days.  If you've read my reviews of those cards you'll know that I thought Flabebe was really poor having a low HP, and poor move, Floette wasn't much better since it had a low HP but it could heal damage from itself and your bench, but I did think Florges was very good, and a must in a fairy type deck since even on the bench it could make your entire fairy deck faster on the attack.  So knowing this about the first 3 Pokemon in this line and looking at this Florges BREAK card, since this card doesn't have an attack, you'll have to stick with Florges' attack which is pretty good, being able to do 70 damage a turn for three energy cards plus confuse the defending Pokemon.  I do like Florges BREAK's Ability quite well, but because this card is such a high stage of evolution, you won't be able to get this card into the active Pokemon spot early, so this card's Ability won't be as great later in games since most Pokemon can one hit KO or do a lot more than 30 damage a turn, which is the amount Floral Breeze can reduce from your active Pokemon.  So I would guess, if you are already using the line of Flabebe, Floette, and Florges in a fairy type deck, it would be worth throwing one of these BREAK cards in, I just wish this card wasn't so slow to set up and this line wouldn't take up so many spots in a deck.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is a slightly above average BREAK Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  If this card wasn't so slow to set up I would give it a stronger 4 out of 5 rating and more highly recommend this card.  But I do like this card's Ability and the fact it gives Florges a higher HP.  So like I said above, if you are already playing this entire line, there is no reason at all not to use this Florges BREAK card, utilizing both Abilities from the bench.  Overall, I would give this entire line a 4 out of 5 rating, if you're building a fairy type deck, definitely consider using this line.

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Friday, February 26, 2016

Florges -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Florges BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Florges from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Florges is a stage 2, fairy type Pokemon card, with an hp of 110.  It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Florges's Ability is called Calming Aroma and says that each of your Pokemon's attacks cost one less fairy type energy card.  Besides the Ability, Florges just has one move called Wonder Shine, that for three fairy type energy cards, does 70 damage, plus it confuses the defending Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Florges is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Flabebe into play and then evolve it into Floette before you can evolve Floette into Florges, both of those Pokemon are from this set and I've reviewed both of them the last two days.  If you've read my reviews of those cards you'll know that I thought Flabebe was an extremely poor Basic Pokemon card, one that had a low HP and a poor move and one that should not be used on its own or in the active Pokemon spot ever, I thought Floette was better, being average overall, it too had a low HP, but both of its moves healed damage from it.  So knowing this about the first two Pokemon in this line and looking at this Florges card, if you have the patience and room in your deck to keep Florges on the bench the entire game, that is the preferred strategy.  That way, if you're using a heavy fairy type deck, all of your Pokemon can attack for one less energy card.  Outside of that, I do like Florges' move quite well, the only downside being that Florges is a Stage 2 Pokemon with a very low HP.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average Stage 2 Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  Other than having a low HP, this card is very good.  It has a great Ability that will greatly affect a fairy type deck, and the one move it has not only does above average damage but also inflicts a special condition.  So overall, this is an average line to put into a deck, getting a 3 out of 5 rating from me, but if you're using a mostly fairy type deck, definitely consider using this line.

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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Floette -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Floette BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Floette from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card set.  Floette is a stage 1, fairy type Pokemon card, with an hp of 70.  It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Floette does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Aromatherapy and for one fairy type energy this move heals 30 damage from each of your Pokemon.  Floette's second move is called Magical Leaf and for two fairy type energy cards this move does 20 damage plus if you get a heads it does 20 more damage and heals 20 damage from this Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Floette is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Flabebe into play (I reviewed Flabebe from this set yesterday) and then evolve Flabebe into Floette.  Floette does have a Stage 2 evolution in Florges, which I'll be reviewing tomorrow, 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 Floette is the final evolution in this line.  So if you read my review of Flabebe, you'll know that I thought that card was extremely poor, not only did it have a really low HP, but it only had one move, that didn't do any damage and was still based on a coin flip.  So knowing this about Flabebe and looking at this Floette card, this card follows suit in that it has a really low HP and two not so powerful moves.  However, I really like Floette's Aromatherapy move, it can heal all of your Pokemon at one time, and if you get a heads when you use Magical Leaf, you can heal damage from Floette as well, so as long as you're not facing a Pokemon that can do 70 or more damage per turn, this cards HP is higher than it says on the card.  Since this card does have such a low HP and Flabebe isn't very good, I wouldn't use these two cards together without using Florges, but if you are using this entire line, I would definitely recommend using Floette in the active Pokemon spot to heal your team in battle.

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 from the BREAKthrough set.  The main knock on this card is its HP, which stated above, is actually higher than 70 with the moves Floette has.  Overall, I like that Floette can attack quickly as well as heal your own Pokemon all at once.  But, because Flabebe from this set is so bad, I cannot give the first two Pokemon in this line higher than a 2 out of 5 rating and wouldn't recommend using them in a deck.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Flabebe -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Flabebe BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Flabebe from the BREAKthrough set.  Flabebe is a basic, fairy type Pokemon card with an HP of 30.  It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Flabebe does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The one move it has is called Wish, for one fairy type energy card this move allows you to search your deck for a card and put it into your hand, if you get a heads when flipping a coin.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Flabebe is a basic Pokemon card with a Stage 1 evolution in Floette, and a Stage 2 evolution in Florges, which I'll be reviewing the next few days, you'll more than likely want to use some of those Pokemon with this card, however, since I have not reviewed any of those cards yet, I will just act like Flabebe does not have any evolution forms and that it will be used on its own.  On its own, there is absolutely no reason to use this card in a deck.  Starting with the fact that this card has an extremely low HP, comparable to Magikarp, then moving on to the fact that this card doesn't do any damage when attacking, and the only move that it does have is based off of a coin flip.  So the only reason to include this card in a deck is to keep it on the bench while waiting to evolve it.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is one of the poorest Basic Pokemon cards I've reviewed in some time.  Read the strategy section of this post for my analysis of how bad this card is, but do not use this card by itself in any deck out there, if you do, you will lose.

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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Ralts 100/162 -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Ralts from the BREAKthrough set.  This is the second of two Ralts cards I've reviewed from this set, the other Ralts card in this set is a psychic type Pokemon.  Ralts is a basic, fairy type Pokemon card with an HP of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Ralts does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Mumble and for one colorless energy card this move does 10 damage.  Ralts' second move is called Magical Shot and for two energy cards, one each of fairy and colorless, this move does 20 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Ralts is a basic Pokemon card with a Stage 1 evolution in Kirlia, and a Stage 2 evolution in Gallade and Gardevoir, you'll more than likely want to use this card with its evolution forms, which I've reviewed the past few weeks, since there was a psychic type Ralts and Kirlia is a psychic type, Gallade is a fighting type Pokemon, and there is no Gardevoir in this set, but for now, I will be acting like this card will be used on its own.  So, by itself, this card would be a solid starter type Pokemon in a fairy type deck since it has two attacks and can attack very quickly.  So if you're looking for a solid starter type Pokemon best used at the beginning of the game, I would highly recommend using this card.  However, compared to the first Ralts card from this set, this card has its limitations, this card does require a fairy type energy to attack instead of all colorless energy cards like the first Ralts card in this set, and because Ralts can't heal damage, it is best if this card is used only in the beginning of games.  All in all, both Ralts cards from this set are pretty average and it is best to use which Ralts cards works better with your deck, if you're using a fairy type deck, use this one, otherwise use the psychic type Ralts.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average Basic Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  I really have zero complaints about this card, it has a solid HP, low retreat cost, and two average moves.  You can't ask for a much better starter type Pokemon and a great Basic Pokemon card to lead this Pokemon family in battle.

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Monday, February 22, 2016

Granbull -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Granbull BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Granbull from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Granbull is a stage 1, fairy type Pokemon card, with an hp of 120. It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost.  Granbull does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Startling Bark, for two colorless energy cards this move allows you to randomly choose three of your opponent's cards in their hand and have them show them to you and put them back into their deck.  Granbull's second move is called Tantrum, and for three energy cards, two colorless and one fairy, this move does 120 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Granbull is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Snubbull into play (I reviewed Snubbull from this set yesterday) and then evolve Snubbull into Granbull.  If you read yesterday's review of Snubbull, you'll know that I thought that card was a below average Basic Pokemon card, it had two moves and an above average HP, but there really wasn't anything useful on the card.  So knowing this about Snubbull and looking at this Granbull card, the only reason you would want to use this card is for Tantrum, which does major damage for three energy cards.  So you'll want to only use a 1-1 line of this Pokemon family in a deck, set up Granbull on the bench, make sure you have a way to remove confusion, and use Tantrum every turn.  Because this is really all Granbull can do, and it gets confused each turn, I would not base a deck around this card or make it a mainstay in all of your decks, but in turn, it is really just a small, yet powerful option for a fairy type deck.

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 from the BREAKthrough set.  Like Snubbull from this set, this card has a well above average HP, but is slow on the attack, even though Granbull's first move is quicker, it is based off a coin flip and I am not a fan.  So if you want to risk knocking out Granbull in one move by using Tantrum when confused or have no problem using trainer cards to cure Granbull's confusion each turn, this is a powerful card to include in a fairy type deck.  Together with Snubbull from this set, I cannot give higher than a 2 out of 5 rating.

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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Snubbull -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Snubbull BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Snubbull from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Snubbull is a basic, fairy type Pokemon card with an hp of 70.  It has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost. Snubbull does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Roar, for one colorless energy card this move makes your opponent switch their active Pokemon with one of their benched ones.  Snubbull's second move is called Bite and for three energy cards, two colorless and one fairy, does 40 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Snubbull is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Granbull, 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 cannot recommend using this card in a deck, mainly because it takes three energy cards to do any damage, and then it does well below average damage for that amount of energy cards.  Roar would be an okay move if you could choose which Pokemon your opponent had to put into play, but it may actually help your opponent more than hurt them by having Snubbull use Roar.  So unless you're using Granbull with this card, do not use Snubbull.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Granbull, this is a below average Basic Pokemon card.  I really should have given this card a 1 out of 5 rating, but because this card does have an above average HP and two moves, I am still giving it a 2 out of 5 rating, but like I said above, I would not recommend using this card in a deck on its own, mainly because it is too slow, under-powered, and just not that great overall.

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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Mr. Mime -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Mr. Mime BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Mr. Mime from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Mr. Mime is a basic, fairy type Pokemon card with an hp of 70, it has a x2 weakness to metal type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to darkness type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Mr. Mime's Ability is called Bench Barrier and says that all effects of attacks done to your benched Pokemon are prevented.  Besides the Ability, Mr. Mime just has one move called Juggling that for two energy cards, one each of fairy and colorless, this move does 10 damage times the number of heads you get when flipping four coins.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Mr. Mime is a basic Pokemon with no evolutions, you only have to use this Pokemon in your deck if you want to use this card.  With that being said, the main reason you'd use this card in a deck is for its Ability, which in my opinion is very good, so no matter the type of deck you're building, I would definitely consider putting one Mr. Mime in the deck, this card can easily destroy a spread attack type deck's strategy, and prevent any damage done to your own Pokemon by one of your active Pokemon's attacks.  Outside of the Ability, there isn't a great reason to use this card since Juggling is based off of coin flips, but if you plan on using this card in the active Pokemon spot you'll want to attach a Trick Coin trainer to this card to give you two chances at flipping 4 heads.

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 BREAKthrough set.  Even though I am not a huge fan of the attack on this card, Mr. Mime's Ability alone is a reason to strongly consider using this card in a deck.  Just keeping this card on the bench the entire game and using Mr. Mime's Ability can make a huge impact on the game.  So if you think you'll be facing some spread attack type decks in the near future, definitely use this card in your deck.

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Friday, February 19, 2016

Bronzong -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Bronzong BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Bronzong from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Bronzong is a stage 1, metal type Pokemon card, with an hp of 110. It has a x2 weakness to fire type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost.  Bronzong does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Pain Amplifier, for two colorless energy cards this move puts 3 damage counters on any of your opponent's Pokemon that have damage counters on them already.  Bronzong's second move is called Knock Away and for three energy cards, two colorless and one metal, this move does 70 damage plus 20 more damage if you get a heads when flipping a coin.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Bronzong is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Bronzor into play (I reviewed Bronzor from this set yesterday) and then evolve Bronzor into Bronzong.  If you read yesterday's review of Bronzor, you'll know that I thought that card was a below average Basic Pokemon card,  It did have a good HP and the potential to do major damage for only two energy cards, but for the most part the card was slow on the attack and could do minimal damage, the only time it could do more than minimal damage was when the opponent only had one prize card left, meaning you were just about to lose the game.  So knowing this about Bronzor and looking at this Bronzong card, I would definitely use this line in a spread attack type deck, keeping the entire line on the bench until you've used a card in the active Pokemon spot that does at least 10 damage to all of your opponent's benched Pokemon.  That way, when you put Bronzong into the active Pokemon spot you can use Pain Amplifier and do massive damage to all of your opponent's Pokemon.  And, if you have to put this card into the active Pokemon spot without any damage on your opponent's Pokemon, Knock Away is still an above average move, it just requires metal type energy as opposed to all colorless with the first move on this card.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 5 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is one of the better Stage 1 Pokemon cards in the BREAKthrough set and one that should be used in almost all spread attack decks out there.  Being able to do 30 damage to each of your opponent's Pokemon that has damage on them amounts to up to 180 damage per turn and can knock multiple Pokemon out very quickly.  So there is nothing to dislike about this card, it has a high HP, and two great moves.  Combined with Bronzor from this set, I am giving this line a 4 out of 5 rating.

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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Bronzor -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Bronzor BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Bronzor from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Bronzor is a basic, metal type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to fire type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to psychic type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost. Bronzor does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  This move is called Payback and for two colorless energy cards this move does 10 damage plus 60 more damage if your opponent only has one prize card left.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Bronzor is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Bronzong, 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 recommend using this card in a deck.  Just by reading Bronzor's Payback move, it would be recommended you use this card in the active Pokemon spot right before you may lose the game, thus allowing you to do 70 damage a turn for two energy cards, which is quite good, however, since Bronzor only has 60 HP, I don't want such a weak Pokemon in the active Pokemon spot at the end of the game.  So unless you really want to risk it before you ultimately end the game, or you want an under-powered starter type Pokemon in your deck that requires two energy cards to attack to do 10 damage, do not use this card in a deck.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Bronzong, this is a below average Basic Pokemon card.  Like I said above, I would not use this card in a deck on its own.  The reason I'm giving this card a 2 rating instead of a 1 is because Bronzor does have an average HP, can use any energy types to attack, and potentially can do up to 70 damage a turn.  But more than likely when using this card, you'll only be able to do 10 damage a turn for two energy cards which is well below average.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Yveltal -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Yveltal BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Yveltal from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Yveltal is a basic, darkness type Pokemon card with an hp of 130, it has a x2 weakness to lightning type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to fighting type Pokemon, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Yveltal's Ability is called Fright Night and says that as long as Yveltal is in the active Pokemon spot, Pokemon Tool cards in play have no effect.  Besides the Ability, Yveltal just has one move called Pitch-Black Spear, for three energy cards, two colorless and one darkness, this move does 60 damage, plus this move does 60 damage to one of your opponent's benched Pokemon EX.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Yveltal is a basic Pokemon with no evolutions, you only have to use this Pokemon in your deck if you want to use this card.  With that being said, this looks like a card which should only be used once in a deck, setting it up on the bench and waiting until your opponent gets an EX in play.  When that happens, you can move Yveltal into the active Pokemon spot and not only do 60 damage to the defending Pokemon, but 60 damage to that EX Pokemon as well.  With the popularity of EX Pokemon in the metagame, this move, Pitch-Black Spear, can be very effective.  But make sure any deck that has Yveltal in it, doesn't rely too heavily on Tool cards, as you can't use them when Yveltal is in the active Pokemon spot.  Since this card only requires one darkness energy card to attack, I would probably try and get a Special Energy card for the darkness energy card.

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 BREAKthrough set.  Other than being a little slow on the attack, this card is pretty good, having a well above average HP, and an above average move when EX Pokemon are in play.  But like I said above, the main reason you'd want to use this card in a deck is to combat EX cards, and this card does that perfectly, meaning you'll want to give this card a strong look when deck building.

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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Inkay -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Inkay BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Inkay from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Inkay 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. Inkay does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  The only move that this card has is called Disorderly Flip and for two energy cards, one each of darkness and colorless, this move does 10 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip 4 coins.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Inkay is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Malamar, which was most recently in the Ancient Origins set, you'll more than likely want to use this card with that Pokemon.  However, since there isn't a Malamar card in this set, I will only be looking at this Inkay card on its own.  So, on its own, the only way I would even consider using this card in a deck would be if I was using Trick Coin trainer cards, that way, you could attach that trainer to Inkay and hopefully do at least 20 damage a turn with Disorderly Flip.  Outside of using that trainer, I wouldn't use this card in a deck because Inkay has too low of HP, and could end up doing no damage at all every single turn since its only move is based on a coin flip.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Malamar, this is a below average Basic Pokemon card.  I do like that this card has the potential to do up to 40 damage per turn, but the possibility of ever doing this is pretty low, add in that this card is slow on the attack and has a low HP, and I cannot recommend using this card in a deck.

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Monday, February 15, 2016

Zoroark BREAK -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Zoroark
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Zoroark BREAK from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  The way a BREAK card works is that you place it on top of the Pokemon with the exact name, so this card would be placed on top of Zoroark, so basically this card is a Stage 2 card.  It is placed horizontally on the card it evolves from and can use that Pokemon's Abilities and Attacks as well as what is on the BREAK card.  Zoroark BREAK is a BREAK (essentially a Stage 2), darkness type Pokemon card, with an hp of 140.  It has the same weakness, resistance and retreat cost as the Zoroark you're evolving it from.  Zoroark BREAK does not have an Ability and it only has one move called Foul Play, that for one darkness energy card allows you to choose one of your opponent's active Pokemon's attacks and use it against them.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Zoroark BREAK is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Zorua into play and evolve it into Zoroark before you can evolve Zoroark into Zoroark BREAK.  I have reviewed both Zorua and the Zoroark cards from this set the past few days on my blog.  If you've read those reviews you'll know that I thought both Zorua cards were below average, both had two moves, but required continuous energy cards to be added to them to attack, however I did think Zoroark was an above average Stage 1 card, one that could do major damage when the opponent's bench was full.  So knowing this about the first two Pokemon in this line and knowing how BREAK cards work, this card works very well with the Zoroark card in this set.  Again, you'll want to set this entire line up on the bench, then when your opponent's bench is full you want to move Zoroark into the active Pokemon spot, using its Ability, then use Mind Jack while it does major damage, then either retreat Zoroark BREAK or use one of your opponent's active Pokemon's moves against it by using this BREAK card's only move.  I like how the addition of the BREAK card gives Zoroark more options on how to attack and a higher HP.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average BREAK Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  This card works very well with the Zoroark card from this set, and makes this line be able to do a limitless amount of damage for only one energy card when using Foul Play on this card, and up to 160 damage per turn when using Mind Jack, so if you're building a darkness type deck and need some power, definitely consider this line in your deck.  Altogether, I would give this entire line, Zorua, Zoroark, and Zoroark BREAK, a 4 out of 5 rating.

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Zoroark -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Zoroark BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Zoroark from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Zoroark 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 two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Zoroark's Ability is called Stand In and says that once per turn, if Zoroark is on your bench, you may switch your active Pokemon with this card.  Besides the Ability, Zoroark just has one move called Mind Jack that for two energy cards, both colorless, does 10 damage plus 30 more damage for each of your opponent's benched Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Zoroark is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Zorua into play (I reviewed Zorua from this set the past two days) and then evolve Zorua into Zoroark.  If you read my reviews of the two Zorua cards in this set, I thought both cards were a little below average, neither could for sure do damage for one energy card and both had the same second move, able to do 30 damage a turn for two energy cards but had to discard an energy card after using.  So if you have to decide between one of the two, I would go with number 89/162 since the first move it has confuses the defending Pokemon.  So knowing this about the first two options for this line and looking at Zoroark, since you can switch Zoroark into the active Pokemon spot at any time, I would recommend keeping this line on the bench until your opponent has a full bench and Zoroark has two energy cards on it, at this time, you can move it to the active Pokemon spot and do 160 damage per turn, since your opponent will have 5 Pokemon on their bench.  Late in games, or whenever your opponent doesn't have many Pokemon on the bench, this card isn't very effective, only doing 10 or 40 damage, but if you need to get a Pokemon out of the active Pokemon spot, you can always utilize Zoroark's Ability without having to pay the retreat cost for the active Pokemon.  If you like the combination of Zoroark's Ability and move, I would consider using a 1-1 line, like I said, just keeping it on the bench until needed.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a very solid Stage 1 Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  I like how this card's Ability and move work very well together and that this card can do massive damage for only two energy cards, two colorless energy cards at that.  So this card is really powerful any time your opponent has a full bench which should happen at least once during a battle.  Overall, I would give the line of Zorua and Zoroark from this set a 3 out of 5 rating.

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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Zorua 90/162 -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Zorua BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Zorua from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  This is the second of two consecutive Zorua cards that I've reviewed from this set.  Zorua 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. This card, just like yesterday's card, does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Whiny Voice, and for one darkness energy card this move allows you to choose a random card from your opponent's hand and have them shuffle it back into their deck.  Zorua's second move is called Dark Edge, for two energy cards, one each of darkness and colorless, this move does 30 damage, however it discards an energy card attached to Zorua.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Zorua is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Zoroark, 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 but I will be comparing Zorua cards later in this post.  So, on its own, even though this card has two moves, and an average HP, I would not recommend using this card in the active Pokemon spot because it requires a limitless amount of energy cards when using Dark Edge since it always requires another energy card because you have to discard one every time you use it, and Whiny Voice, doesn't do any damage or really anything to the defending Pokemon, it can only move a card back into your opponent's hand, and they can easily find that card again with a trainer.  So I cannot recommend using this card in a deck, and if I was forced to choose between today's Zorua card and yesterday's Zorua card, yesterday's card is much better, both cards have Dark Edge, but yesterday's card can confuse the defending Pokemon for one energy card, which makes it better in the active Pokemon spot.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Zoroark, this is a below average Basic Pokemon card.  I gave yesterday's Zorua card a 2 as well, but this card is a little worse than that one, not being able to do much for one energy card.  Regardless, neither Zorua card from this set should be used without using Zoroark in a deck.

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Friday, February 12, 2016

Zorua 89/162 -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Zorua BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Zorua from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  This is the first of two consecutive Zorua cards I'll be reviewing from this set.  Zorua 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. This card does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Moonless Madness, for one darkness energy card this move confuses the defending Pokemon.  Zorua's second move is called Dark Edge and for two energy cards, one each of darkness and colorless, this move does 30 damage, however you must discard an energy attached to Zorua after using.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Zorua is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Zoroark, 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 that card yet, and haven't reviewed the other Zorua card from this set, I'll just act as though I plan on using this card without its evolution and do not know which Zorua card is better.  So, on its own, even though this card has two moves, and an average HP, I cannot wholeheartedly recommend using this card.  If Dark Edge wouldn't make you discard an energy card to use, this card would have worked well for a starter type Pokemon.  But if you want to use this card as a starter type, you will either have to keep adding energy cards to Zorua to use Dark Edge, or hope your opponent flips some tails when attacking to damage to themselves when confused.  So unless you are planning on having Zoroark in your deck, I would not recommend using this card.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 2 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Zoroark, this is a slightly below average Basic Pokemon card.  Like I said in the above section, this card does have an average HP and two moves, but neither move on this card is that great, and this card to do any damage needs energy attached to it every single turn, so there are definitely better Basic Pokemon cards to be found out there.

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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Cacturne -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Cacturne BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Cacturne from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Cacturne 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.  Cacturne does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Derail, for one darkness energy card this move does 30 damage, plus it discards a special energy card attached to your opponent's active Pokemon.  Cacturne's second move is called Pin Missile, for three colorless energy cards, this move does 40 damage times the number of heads you get when you flip 3 coins.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Cacturne is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Cacnea into play (I reviewed Cacnea from this set a few weeks back) and then evolve Cacnea into Cacturne.  If you read my review of Cacturne, you'll know that I thought that card was an average Basic Pokemon, one that could be used on its own because it could attack for only one energy card and not only do damage with that attack but also discard an energy card from your opponent's active Pokemon.  So knowing this about Cacnea and looking at this Cacturne card, it would make sense to use a 1-1 line of these two Pokemon if you are already planning on using Cacnea in a deck, since this card can do 20 more damage for the same amount of energy.  Of course, if you want to use Pin Missile on this card, make sure to attach a Trick Coin trainer for a better chance at flipping 3 heads.  So I would say, if you're building a darkness type deck, and are looking for a solid, but not spectacular line to use, consider this line of Cacnea and Cacturne.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a very solid Stage 1 Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  Other than having Pin Missile being based off of coin flips, this card is pretty average overall.  It does have a good HP, and I like that it can attack for only one energy card.  Like I said above, this Pokemon family is solid overall, I would give the line a 3 out of 5 rating, and it should be considered when deck building.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Hawlucha -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Hawlucha BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Hawlucha from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Hawlucha is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an hp of 80, it has a x2 weakness to lightning type Pokemon, a -20 resistance to fighting type Pokemon, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Hawlucha does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called High Jump Kick, for one fighting energy card this move does 20 damage.  Hawlucha's second move is called Skyward Kick and for two fighting energy cards, this move does 40 damage, this move is also not affected by resistance.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Hawlucha is a basic Pokemon with no evolutions, you only have to use this Pokemon in your deck if you want to use this card.  With that being said, if you're building a fighting type deck, this card is a must have in that deck, it is the perfect starter type Pokemon, so I could see putting up to four of these in a deck.  Attach a Fighting Fury Belt trainer from the BREAKpoint set to this card and it has 120 HP and can do 30 damage a turn for only one energy card.  The reason I am so high on this Hawlucha card is that it only requires one energy card to attack and does above average damage, plus it has a low retreat cost and can do up to 40 damage a turn.  So if you want a quick attacking, mildly powerful, Basic Pokemon card in your fighting type deck, look no further than this Hawlucha card.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 5 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is a very good Basic Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set and a Basic Pokemon card that should be strongly considered for any fighting type deck out there.  Use this card as your first Pokemon in play and do 20 damage a turn from the get go all while able to set up your benched Pokemon.  So you cannot go wrong with Hawlucha in a fighting type deck.

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Pancham -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Pancham BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Pancham from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Pancham is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an hp of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost. Pancham does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  This move is called Pompous Punch, for two energy cards, one each of fighting and colorless, this move does 10 damage plus it allows you to discard a random card from your opponent's hand.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Pancham is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Pangoro, which isn't in this set, but is in BREAKpoint, you'll more than likely want to use the full evolution when using this line, but since there isn't a Pangoro card in this set, I'll just act like I plan on using Pancham on its own.  So, on its own, I cannot recommend using Pancham in a deck.  Not only is it slow to attack, when you do get two energy cards on Pancham and can attack, the move it has in under-powered, plus if you are forced to put this card into the active Pokemon spot in the case it is the only Basic Pokemon card you have in play, you have to put two energy cards on it to retreat it.  So unless you're using this card with a Pangoro card, I would stay away from this card at all costs.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Pangoro, this is a very poor Basic Pokemon card.  This card does have an average HP, but everything else on this card is below average, including its high retreat cost, and its slow, under-powered move.  So if you're building a fighting type deck, there are much better Basic Pokemon cards out there to use.

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Monday, February 8, 2016

Meloetta -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Meloetta BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Meloetta from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Meloetta is a basic, 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.  Meloetta does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Accelerating Spin, for one colorless energy card, this move allows you to attach two fighting type energy cards from your discard pile to Meloetta, then switch Meloetta with one of your benched Pokemon.  Meloetta's second move is called Prima Rondo, for three energy cards, two colorless and one fighting, this move does 60 damage plus 50 more damage if this card has an psychic energy attached to it.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Meloetta is a basic Pokemon with no evolutions, you only have to use this Pokemon in your deck if you want to use this card.  With that being said, the only time when you would want to use this card in a deck is if you're building a dual type deck of psychic and fighting, that way, you can do 110 damage per turn with Meloetta for three energy cards.  So you'll want to keep this card on the bench until you get three energy cards on it, or move it into the active Pokemon spot later in the game, use Accelerating Spin one turn, getting two more energy cards on it, then wait until even later in the game to use it.  So like I said, if you're building a psychic and fighting type deck and need some power, this is definitely a card I would consider, especially if you attach a Fighting Fury Belt trainer card to this card, its HP will increase by 40 and its attack by 10 since it is a Basic Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 3 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion, this is an average Basic Pokemon card that becomes well above average if used in a psychic and fighting type deck.  You can't go wrong doing 110 damage per turn for three energy cards, but because this card is a Basic Pokemon, it is slow on the attack, making this card average overall, but still a solid card to use in a deck.

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Sunday, February 7, 2016

Gallade -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Gallade BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Gallade from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Gallade is a stage 2, fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 150.  It has a x2 weakness to psychic type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Gallade's Ability is called Premonition and says that once per turn you may look at the top 5 cards of your deck and arrange them in any way that you'd like.  Besides the move, Gallade just has one move called Sensitive Blade, for two colorless energy cards this move does 60 damage plus 70 more damage if you played a supporter card that same turn.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Gallade is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Ralts into play and then evolve it into Kirlia before you can evolve Kirlia into Gallade, both of those Pokemon are from this set and I've reviewed both of them in the past on my blog.  If you've read my reviews of those cards, which are both Psychic type Pokemon, you'll know that I thought Ralts was an average Basic Pokemon card, having two moves, one that could heal damage and the other that could attack, however I thought Kirlia from this set was a below average Stage 1 Pokemon card, mainly because of its low HP, and the fact neither of its moves were that great, one move could be replaced by a trainer and the second move was based on a coin flip.  So knowing this about the first two Pokemon in this line and looking at Gallade, because neither of the first two forms of Gallade are that great, I would definitely consider just using 1 of each card in this line and then keeping this line on the bench the entire game just to utilize Gallade's Ability.  But if you do want to attack with this line, I would still set up the line on the bench and use Sensitive Blade every turn when in the active Pokemon spot, you'll want to try and find a way to use a Supporter card one turn, discard it the next turn, then retrieve it from the discard pile and put it back into play, thus allowing you to do 130 damage per turn with Sensitive Blade.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average Stage 2 Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  I am mostly giving this card an above average rating based solely on its Ability, I think it is just that good.  But, Gallade's move is very good as well, so this card is definitely one you'll want to consider when building a psychic or a fighting type deck.  Altogether, I would give the line of Ralts, Kirlia, and Gallade from this set a 3 out of 5 rating.

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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Hippopotas -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Hippopotas BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Hippopotas from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Hippopotas is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an hp of 80.  It has a x2 weakness to grass type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a three colorless energy card retreat cost. Hippopotas does not have an Ability and it only has one move.  This move is called Nose Jet, for three energy cards, two colorless and one fighting, this move does 30 damage, however if your opponent tries to attack during their next turn, they must flip a coin, if they get a tails, the move does nothing.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Hippopotas is a basic Pokemon card with a stage 1 evolution in Hippowdon, which is in the Primal Clash set, you'll more than likely want to use the full evolution when using this line, but since there isn't a Hippowdon card in this set, I'll just act like I plan on using Hippopotas on its own.  So, on its own, I cannot recommend using this card in a deck, I say this because Hippopotas is way too slow and is way under-powered.  Most Pokemon that have moves that require three energy cards to use can do at least 60 damage a turn.  So there is just absolutely no way I would ever want to use this card on its own in a deck.  Ideally, if this card wasn't so slow, you would get this card into the active Pokemon spot to start the game and then use Nose Jet every turn to prevent your opponent from attacking you and allowing you time to set up your benched Pokemon.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 1 out of 5 rating.  So in my opinion, on its own, without considering Hippowdon, this is a very poor Basic Pokemon card.  Even though it has an above average HP, this card is still not very good, because it is really slow on the attack, cannot do much damage, and has a high retreat cost.  So if you're building a fighting type deck, I would definitely look elsewhere for a Basic Pokemon card use.

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Friday, February 5, 2016

Mamoswine -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Mamoswine BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Mamoswine from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  Mamoswine is a stage 2, fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 160.  It has a x2 weakness to grass type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a four colorless energy card retreat cost.  Mamoswine's Ability is called Thick Fat and says that any damage done to Mamoswine by water or fire type Pokemon is reduced by 30.  Besides the Ability, Mamoswine just has one move called Primordial Boom, which for four energy cards, three colorless and one fighting, does 80 damage plus 40 more damage if you have a Stadium card in play and if your opponent has a Stadium card in play, 40 damage is healed from Mamoswine.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Mamoswine is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Swinub into play and then evolve it into Piloswine before you can evolve Piloswine into Mamoswine, both of those Pokemon are from this set and I've reviewed both of them the last two days.  If you've read my reviews of those cards you'll know that I thought Swinub was a below average Basic Pokemon card mainly because it was slow on the attack and underpowered, and Piloswine was an average Stage 1 card that would become above average if used in a spread attack type deck.  Since neither of the first two Pokemon in this line are that great, and Mamoswine requires four energy cards to attack, it would make more sense to set this entire line up on the bench, get four energy cards on Mamoswine then move it to the active Pokemon spot.  Because this card is slow on the attack, you'll want to only use 1 of these cards in a deck, using a 1-1-1 line of this Pokemon family.  Of course, when attacking with this card it would be best to use a Stadium card with it to do 120 damage a turn, plus just having this card on your bench might deter your opponent from using a water type or fire type Pokemon in the active Pokemon spot since you can move Mamoswine into the active Pokemon spot and greatly reduce their attack with Thick Fat.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average Stage 2 Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  I like how this card has a high HP, powerful move, and very good ability.  I would have given this card an even better rating if it didn't have such a high retreat cost and such a slow attack.  But if you're building a fighting type deck and want some power, this line is one to look at, altogether I would give the three Pokemon in this line from BREAKthrough a 3 out of 5 rating.

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Piloswine -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Piloswine BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Swinub from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card set.  Swinub is a stage 1, fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 100.  It has a x2 weakness to grass type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a two colorless energy card retreat cost.  Piloswine does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Push Down, for two energy cards, one each of fighting and colorless, this move does 30 damage, plus your opponent must switch their active Pokemon with one of their benched Pokemon.  Piloswine's second move is called Gathering Footsteps and for three energy cards, two colorless and one fighting, this move does 30 damage plus 10 more damage for each colorless energy card in your retreat cost of your Swinub, Piloswine, and Mamoswine.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Piloswine is a stage 1 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Swinub into play (I reviewed Swinub from this set yesterday) and then evolve Swinub into Piloswine.  Piloswine does have a Stage 2 evolution in Mamoswine, which I'll be reviewing tomorrow, 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 Piloswine is the final evolution in this line.  So if you read my review of Swinub, you'll know that I thought that card was a below average Basic Pokemon, it had a good HP and two moves, but the first move could only put the defending Pokemon to sleep, and the second move required three energy cards to attack, making the card slow, plus that move did below average damage.  So knowing this about Swinub and looking at this Piloswine card, I think the most advantageous type of deck to use this line in would be a spread attack type deck.  You could get Piloswine into the active Pokemon spot and use Push Down several turns getting 30 damage on a bunch of your opponent's Pokemon, then put a card into the active Pokemon spot that does 10 damage to each of your opponent's Pokemon or another card that can do 30 or more damage to one of your opponent's Pokemon, at your choosing.  I am not a huge fan of Gathering Footsteps, just because you need to use this entire line for the move to do average damage, and it is never good to be stuck with high retreat cost cards in the active Pokemon spot.  So outside of a spread attack type deck, I would not use this line of Swinub and Piloswine in a deck.

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 from the BREAKthrough set.  I like that this card has an above average HP and two moves.  Push Down is a very good move and that much better in a spread attack deck, and Gathering Footsteps is an average move at best.  So together with Swinub from this set, I can give this line a 2 out of 5 rating, it is one to consider, but probably not one that should be used much.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Swinub -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Swinub BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Swinub from the BREAKthrough set.  Swinub is a basic, fighting type Pokemon card with an HP of 60.  It has a x2 weakness to grass type Pokemon, no resistance type, and a one colorless energy card retreat cost.  Swinub does not have an Ability but it does have two moves.  The first move that this card has is called Powder Snow and for one colorless energy card this move puts the defending Pokemon to sleep.  Swinub's second move is called Mud-Slap, for three energy cards, two fighting and one colorless, this move does 40 damage.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Swinub is a basic Pokemon card with a Stage 1 evolution in Piloswine, and a Stage 2 evolution in Mamoswine, which I'll be reviewing the next few days, you'll more than likely want to use some of those Pokemon with this card, however, since I have not reviewed any of those cards yet, I will just act like Swinub does not have any evolution forms and that it will be used on its own.  On its own, I cannot recommend using this card in a deck, the main reason I say this is because in order to do any damage with this card you need to put three energy cards on it, making this card very slow, plus Mud-Slap does below average damage for the amount of energy cards required to attack.  So if you have to play this card in the active Pokemon spot, really your only choice is to put the defending Pokemon to sleep using Powder Snow, then either evolving Swinub or getting a different Pokemon into play.

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 that receives a below average rating because of its slowness on the attack and its under-powered move.  This card does have a solid HP and can do a fair amount of things with two moves, but overall, I wouldn't recommend using this card on its own in a deck.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Marowak BREAK -- BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Review

Marowak BREAK BREAKthrough Pokemon Card
Pokemon Card Overview:
Today's Pokemon Card Review is of Marowak BREAK from the BREAKthrough Pokemon Card Set.  The way a BREAK card works is that you place it on top of the Pokemon with the exact name, so this card would be placed on top of Marowak, so basically this card is a Stage 2 card.  It is placed horizontally on the card it evolves from and can use that Pokemon's Abilities and Attacks as well as what is on the BREAK card.  Marowak BREAK is a BREAK (essentially a Stage 2), fighting type Pokemon card, with an hp of 140.  It has the same weakness, resistance and retreat cost as the Marowak you're evolving it from.  Marowak BREAK does not have an Ability and it only has one move called Bone Revenge which requires two energy cards, one each of fighting and colorless, and does 20 damage plus 40 more damage for each prize card your opponent has taken.

Pokemon Card Strategy:
So as far as strategy goes, since Marowak BREAK is a stage 2 Pokemon card, you'll first have to get Cubone into play and evolve it into Marowak before you can evolve Marowak into Marowak BREAK.  I have reviewed both Cubone and Marowak from this set the past couple of days on my blog.  If you read those reviews I thought Cubone was a below average Basic Pokemon mainly because its only move was based on a coin flip but I did think that Marowak was above average, having a high HP, and two very good moves, that both could do a good amount of damage and attack quickly.  So knowing this about the first two Pokemon in this line and looking at this BREAK card, if you're using the first two Pokemon in this line in a deck, there is absolutely no reason not to use this BREAK card with it.  Not only does this card include a move that can do more damage than the Marowak card you're evolving it from, but if you're losing late in the game, this card can be a game saver, since the more prize cards your opponent has the more damage Bone Revenge does.  So ideally, since Marowak BREAK can use Marowak's moves, I would get Marowak into the active Pokemon spot as soon as possible then evolve it into the BREAK version, use Bone Windmill or Sharpshooting right away until your opponent takes at least one prize card, then use Bone Revenge after that.  I would recommend using at least a 2-1-1 line of this line in a fighting type deck.

Pokemon Card Rating:
I would give this card a 4 out of 5 rating.  In my opinion this is an above average BREAK Pokemon card from the BREAKthrough set.  This card pairs very nicely with the Marowak from this set, attacking quickly and having a high HP.  So essentially if you're looking for a card that can bring you back into the game and win it at the end, this is a card for you.  I would highly recommend using this line in a fighting type deck, and would give the entire line a 4 out of 5 rating.

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